Film and television characters

  • Lee "Apollo" Adama (played by Jamie Bamber), from the 2003 remake of the science fiction television series Battlestar Galactica.[1]
  • William Adama (played by Edward James Olmos), from the 2003 remake of the science fiction television series Battlestar Galactica.
  • Nicholas Angel (played by Simon Pegg), from the British action comedy film Hot Fuzz.[2]
  • Eleanor Ann Arroway (played by Jodie Foster), from the science fiction film Contact.[3]
  • Ken Barlow (played by William Roache), from the long running British soap opera Coronation Street.[4]
  • John Becker (played by Ted Danson), from the American television sitcom Becker.
  • Elaine Benes (played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus), from the American situation comedy Seinfield.
  • Mr. Big (played by Chris Noth), from the multiple award-winning American cable television show Sex and the City.[5]
  • Laine Billings Hanson (played by Joan Allen), from the political thriller The Contender.[6]
  • Temperance "Bones" Brennan (played by Emily Deschanel), from the American drama television series Bones.[7]
  • Jack Bristow (played by Victor Garber), from the American espionage series Alias.
  • Quinn Burchenal (played by Tom Sizemore), from the science fiction film Red Planet.
  • Carl Carlson (played by Hank Azaria), from the American animated series The Simpsons.[8]
  • Brother John Cavil/Number One (played by Dean Stockwell), from the 2003 remake of the science fiction television series Battlestar Galactica.
  • Perry Cox (played by John C. McGinley), from the multiple-award winning comedy-drama television series Scrubs.
  • Jane Christie (played by Gina Bellman), from the British comedy series Coupling.
  • Arthur Dietrich (played by Steve Landesberg), from the multiple-award winning comedy series Barney Miller.
  • The Doctor (played by William Hartnell, Patrick Troughton, Jon Pertwee, Tom Baker, Peter Davison, Colin Baker, Sylvester McCoy, Paul McGann, Christopher Eccleston, David Tennant and Matt Smith) from the multiple-award winning science fiction drama series Doctor Who (depending upon the writer)
  • Steven Esqueleto (played by Héctor Jiménez), from the American comedy film Nacho Libre.
  • Huey Freeman from The Boondocks.
  • Michael Garibaldi (played by Jerry Doyle) from Babylon 5.
  • Brian Griffin (played by Seth MacFarlane), from the animated television series Family Guy.
  • Madeline "Maddie" Hayes (played by Cybill Shepherd), from the American television series Moonlighting.[9]
  • Gregory House (played by Hugh Laurie), from the Emmy and Peabody-winning American medical drama House.[10]
  • Allison Cameron (played by Jennifer Morrison), from the medical drama House
  • Billy Keikeya (played by Paul Campbell), from the science fiction television series Battlestar Galactica.[11]
  • Ash Ketchum (played by Veronica Taylor), from Pokémon.
  • George Lass (played by Ellen Muth), from the American comedy-drama television series Dead Like Me.
  • Jen Lindley (played by Michelle Williams), from the American primetime television drama Dawson's Creek.[12]
  • Lois (played by Jane Kaczmarek), from the multiple-award winning American sitcom Malcolm in the Middle.
  • Andy Millman (played by Ricky Gervais), from the BAFTA, Golden Globe and Emmy-winning British television sitcom Extras.[13]
  • Misty (played by Rachael Lillis), from Pokémon.
  • Onslow, a character on the British comedy television series Keeping Up Appearances.
  • Jean-Luc Picard (played by Patrick Stewart), from the American science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation.[14]
  • Jonathan Preest (played by Ryan Phillippe) from the film Franklyn.
  • Malcolm Reynolds (played by Nathan Fillion), from the American science fiction television series Firefly.
  • Arnold Rimmer (played by Chris Barrie), from the British science fiction sitcom Red Dwarf.
  • Setsuna F. Seiei (played by Mamoru Miyano and Brad Swaile), from the anime series Mobile Suit Gundam 00.
  • Hayley Smith (played by Rachael MacFarlane), from the American animated series American Dad!.
  • Ray Stantz (played by Dan Aykroyd), from the Ghostbusters franchise.
  • Michael Stivic and his wife, Gloria Stivic, from the American television series All in the Family.
  • Diana Trent (played by Stephanie Cole) from the British sitcom Waiting for God
  • Arnold Vinick (played by Alan Alda), from the American television serial drama The West Wing.
  • Lindsay Weir (played by Linda Cardellini), from the American comedy-drama television series Freaks and Geeks.[15]
  • Dean Winchester (played by Jensen Ackles), from the American cult television series Supernatural.[16]
  • Cristina Yang (played by Sandra Oh), from the multiple-award winning primetime television medical drama Grey's Anatomy.
  • Father Dougal McGuire (played by Ardal O'Hanlon) from the Irish television show Father Ted
  • Jeff Winger and Britta Perry (played by Joel McHale and Gillian Jacobs, respectively), from the American television series Community
  • Ronnie (played by Aaron Yoo) from the film Disturbia

Comic books and superheroes

  • Anarky (a.k.a Lonnie Machin), an ambiguous superhero/villain in publications of DC Comics.[17]
  • Booster Gold (a.k.a. Michael Jon Carter), a superhero in publications from DC Comics.[18]
  • Edward Elric, a fictional character in the Fullmetal Alchemist universe.[19]
  • Mister Terrific (a.k.a. Michael Holt), a superhero in the DC Comics Universe.[20]
  • Savage Dragon[21]
  • Cliff Fittir, a protagonist in the video game Star Ocean 3.


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