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Top 50 Most Popular Redhead Characters Of All Time
Aishwarya-Updated June 12, 2023
Redheads or Gingers, as they are also known, are fiery, sassy, confident people. They end up in the spotlight wherever they go.
These are the traits represented by many characters who have red hair. They are always fun-loving and vibrant people, full of hope, just like the colour of their hair.
There are many popular gingers in pop culture that emulate these traits. They can be shy but never overlooked.
They can be supporting characters, but their spirit cannot be repressed. Be it in adventure, mystery, friendship, or battle, their fiery and sassy nature shines through to bring a smile to our faces.
We have seen this time and again in our favourite redheads like Merida in Brave, Jessica Rabbit in Who Framed Roger Rabbit, Dexter from Dexter’s Laboratory, Scarlet Witch from Marvel Comics, etc.
Love them or hate them, but you cannot ignore a redhead. So, ENTOIN brings you a list of all the popular Redhead characters from our favourite shows, both live-action and animated.
Check out this list of 50 popular redheads/gingers and tell us if you agree with them.
1. Ariel (The Little Mermaid)
Ariel is a mermaid from the Disney animated film and TV series The Little Mermaid. She is the youngest daughter of King Triton.
She is thoroughly vexed with her father’s over-protectiveness and authority, so she rebels at every given chance. Ariel is a curious teenager, and she is adventurous, strong-headed, and a little selfish.
In her thirst for freedom, curiosity about the human world, and impulsive nature, Ariel endangers herself and her friends by making contact with Prince Eric.
She falls in love with him and decides to become human. Once again, her fearless nature and fiery attitude make her risk it all to make a deal with the witch Ursula to turn human and live in the human world with Eric.
2. Black Widow (Marvel Comics)
Black Widow is the superhero name of Natasha Romanov. She uses many aliases for her different missions as a master assassin, super spy, and a force to be reckoned with. She is described as a young girl with the body of a ballerina, long red hair, and unmatched fighting skills.
Romanov was given the Soviet equivalent of Super Soldier serum and trained in the mysterious Red Room Academy to become a spy and a sleeper agent for the KGB. Initially, she fought with the Soviets against the Avengers but saw the error in her way and joined the Avengers.
Black Widow is a skilled interrogator and an unparalleled fighter. She can even fly fighter jets and disarm explosives in a day’s work.
3. Fiona (Shrek)
Fiona is the wife of Shrek and the daughter of King Harold and Queen Lillian. She was cursed by a witch to take her 'love’s true form after her true love’s first kiss'.
As a result, Fiona has become an ogre like Shrek. She appears as a green ogre with long auburn hair but retains all habits, charm, and interests of a princess.
Fiona has a fiery temper to match her ogre form, but she can be poised, charming, and stately like her mother, Queen Lilian. She developed a sense of adventure and a desire for freedom after years of being locked up in the tower by a dragon.
After her release, she fits right in with Shrek, Donkey, and later Puss in Boots. She can fit in with the rowdy party gang as well as the tea parties with her other princess friends in the movie Shrek 2.
4. Scarlet Witch (Marvel Comics)
Scarlet Witch is the superhero name of Wanda Maximoff. She is an all-powerful witch who can manipulate reality and cast actual magic spells with her mind. Scarlet Witch is a character who features both in X-Men and in Avengers, along with her twin brother Pietro Maximoff.
Magneto/ Eric Lanscher manipulated her mind and brainwashed the siblings to believe that he was their father. He wanted to control her vast powers.
Magneto used the siblings in his war against humans but Wanda Maximoff's strong sense of justice and righteousness helped her to stop punishing innocent people.
Wanda Maximoff is known to stand for justice and for innocent victims. If she perceives any wrongdoing, she can manipulate time and use magic with complete control to punish. She is also a dangerous enemy to cross.
5. Helen Parr (The Incredibles)
Helen Parr is ElastiGirl or Mrs Incredible from the Incredibles franchise. She is a superhero who fights bad guys and villains alongside Mr Incredible, Frozone, and the team in the first Incredibles movie.
She is an adamant feminist, determined to prove herself in a male-dominated world. She wears her hair short and is ready for any challenge with any opponent. However, when she falls in love with Mr Incredible, she mellows down. After the supers are outlawed, she becomes a domestic goddess and takes care of her home and family.
Yet, Helen Parr should not be underestimated, as her superpowers have not rusted with disuse. In the Incredibles 2 movie, we see her take charge of the situation and save the world again.
6. Ron Weasley (The Harry Potter Franchise)
Ron Weasley is the best friend of Harry Potter and comes from the family of Weasleys, a famous ginger family in the wizarding world.
Ron is a muggle friend and openly welcomed and befriended Harry Potter from the moment they met. Weasley is a fun-loving, adventurous, brave, and extremely loyal person.
Typical of his ginger traits, Weasley has a quick temper and outgoing nature, but he is also lazy and prone to jealousy. Yet, the minute he realizes that his friends need him, Ron Weasley is willing to stand up for them.
He is ready to take on challenges bigger than him for his friends, and he never backs down in the face of hardships, which makes him an admirable person and friend.
7. Merida (Brave)
Merida is the princess of DunBroch in the Disney/Pixar film Brave. She is the daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor. Merida can only be described as an adamant, strong-willed, fiery-tempered, willful princess in the initial part of the film.
She is tomboyish and hates tradition with a passion. As the story progresses, we see her learn the value of family and traditions.
She develops into a patient, kind-hearted, and empathetic person who can balance her ambitions and values for her people and kingdom. Merida has a mop of curly red hair that is as stubborn as her and typical of her Scottish ancestry.
She loves chasing Will O Wisps and hunting bears with her father. Her mastery over archery makes her a perfect hunting companion.
8. Phineas Flynn (Phineas and Ferb)
Phineas Flynn is the protagonist of the Disney TV series Phineas and Ferb. He lives with his parents, sister, Candace, stepbrother, Ferb, and the family pet platypus, Perry.
Phineas is an adventurous, fun-loving, and optimistic kid with above-average creativity and intelligence. With Phineas, there can never be a boring day as he makes every day adventurous with his creativity.
He tackles all his mundane childhood problems with an optimistic attitude that can be infectious. Despite all his intelligence, Phineas never figures out that his pet platypus, Perry is a secret agent.
9. Kim Possible (Kim Possible)
Kimberly Ann Possible is a teenage high schooler from the TV series Kim Possible. She is a school student with her own businesses, like a babysitting service, her own website, and a troubleshooter for hire.
She lives by the motto ‘I Can Do Anything'. Kim Possible is a confident, smart, and intelligent teenager. She can achieve any goal with her determination and careful planning.
She is also courageous, competitive, and sometimes arrogant. Her caring nature and friendliness are evident when she is with her friends and siblings.
10. Mystique (X-Men)
Mystique is Raven Darkhölme with mutant abilities like shape-shifting, super strength, slow-ageing, regeneration, skilled fighter, etc. Her origins are shrouded in mystery as she started using her skills from a very young age and left no traces of her existence.
Mystique is a defender of mutant rights and has sometimes allied with Magneto and fought against the X-Men too.
She is often portrayed as a heartless, cold-blooded assassin and a secret agent. However, Mystique displayed her motherly instincts by adopting and raising Rogue.
She is a brave, resourceful, intelligent fighter and survivor who will do anything to achieve her goal. She is known to readily take a hit for the team if needed but can be equally vengeful.
11. Blossom (Powerpuff Girls)
Blossom is a five-year-old superhero that protects the town of Townsville. She and her sisters, Bubbles and Buttercup, are The Powerpuff Girls.
Blossom is the self-proclaimed leader of the group and also the self-proclaimed protector. Blossom is the most level-headed, analytical, and less prone to be emotional in dangerous situations.
At the same time, she is also ego-centric, argumentative, and unyielding to the group. She is the self-designated protector as she loves and cares for her sisters more than anything.
Blossom would sacrifice herself before any harm occurs to them. But at the same time, she does not tolerate insubordination from her sisters.
12. Dexter (Dexter’s Laboratory)
Dexter is the protagonist and title character of the cartoon series Dexter’s Laboratory. He is a super-intelligent boy who maintains a secret lab under his house where he invents machines and makes scientific discoveries.
Dexter calls himself a boy genius, but he is quite naive and ignorant about life in general. He lives with his doting parents and nosy sister, Dee Dee.
Like typical ginger, Dexter is quick to anger, curious, and fun-loving in his own way. However, Dexter is also vain, arrogant, and highly competitive, as seen with Mandark, another genius child.
13. Candace Flynn (Phineas and Ferb)
Candace Flynn is the sister of Phineas and Ferb. She is a typical teenage girl who loves fantasizing about boys, is obsessed with appearance and image, loves to control and monitor her brothers, etc.
Candace always ends up being the anti-hero or the fun police for her brothers. Candace is a controlling person who does not like insubordination.
She likes to maintain her image in front of her boyfriend and tries to keep her brothers in line. She always tries to snitch on them to her mother, but they escape with the help of platypus Perry and Doofenshmirtz’s inventions.
14. Daphne Blake (Scooby-Doo, Where Are You!)
Daphne Blake is a teenage detective in Mystery Inc., along with Fred, Velma, Shaggy, and Scooby Doo. Daphne comes from a wealthy family and can be quite resourceful while solving cases.
She is a non-believer in ghosts, fairly adept at identifying the bad guys, good with self-defence, and a team player. However, Daphne comes with a few hiccups as well. She is very fashion-conscious and hates to get her clothes, hair, or nails dirty.
She is also prone to accidents, but they lead to the discovery of hidden secrets. Daphne is not the smartest in the gang, but she can pull her own weight in any fight.
Daphne displays confidence, courage, loyalty, and a strong sense of justice. This makes her an invaluable member of Mystery Inc.
15. Lois Griffin (Family Guy)
Lois Griffin is the mother of the Griffin household. She is the daughter of a very wealthy businessman who hates Peter Griffin, her husband.
Before marriage, Lois was fairly talented at the piano and taught kids how to play the piano. Yet, after marriage, she quit her job to become a stay-at-home mother. In the initial episodes of The Family Guy, Lois Griffin appeared to be a regular doting mother of three.
However, we are slowly introduced to the real Lois, who is far from normal. She discloses that she is a recovering druggie, a kleptomaniac, a gambling addict, etc.
She appears to be cold-hearted and reveals that she never wanted to be a mother. She is also a scheming woman who sues the condom company for her accidental pregnancy to get a large settlement.
16. Misty (Pokémon the Series)
Misty is one of the closest friends of Ash and accompanies him on his journey through the Johto region. Misty hails from Cerulean City, where she is a Gym Leader. She picks up this duty after her three elder sisters have moved on.
Misty specializes in Water-type Pokémon. She feels she is inferior to her sisters and has doubts about her skills in the early days, but she overcomes them. Misty is a kind, helpful and caring person who takes her position as Gym Leader very seriously.
17. Jessica Rabbit (Who Framed Roger Rabbit)
Jessica Rabbit is the wife of Roger Rabbit in the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit. She is shown to be a tall, glamorous, redheaded woman who is the opposite of Roger Rabbit.
She approaches Detective Eddie Valiant to help Roger out of the case. Based on her appearance Eddie is initially suspicious of Jessica.
However, throughout the film, Jessica proves herself to be a brave, resourceful, honest, and loyal person. She risks her life to save Roger and Eddie.
She once remarked that she is not a bad person but is just drawn that way, indicating that we should not judge a book by its cover.
18. Jean Grey (X-Men)
Jean Grey is one of the most powerful mutants in the X-Men universe. She has an alter-ego called Phoenix that holds vast uncontrolled power that could spiral out of control and vaporize everyone around her.
Jean Grey’s powers started to manifest, and she could not control them. When things were going out of control, Professor Charles Xavier arrived and helped her by placing mental blocks to control her powers.
Jean is super-intelligent, caring, kind-hearted, brave, stubborn, determined, and selfless. She also hides a wild child nature within herself that manifests as Phoenix.
19. Hercules (Hercules)
Hercules is a demi-god and son of Zeus and Hera. He is from the Disney animated film and TV series Hercules. He was born on Mount Olympus as a god, but his evil uncle Hades kidnapped him and turned him mortal.
Now that Hercules has lost his immortality, he still retains his godly strength. He sets out to discover the truth of his origin.
Hercules is a brave, caring, kind-hearted, optimistic, and sunny person. His incredible strength and power escape in small bursts making him look clumsy and leading. him to be ridiculed. Slowly, he learns his true nature and becomes the god to take his place on Olympus.
20. Eep (The Croods)
Eep is the teenage daughter of Grug Crood from the movie, The Croods. She is a rebellious teenager who yearns for freedom, adventure, and fun.
She is impulsive, determined, and brave, which is unlike the rest of her family. While her father teaches that it is safe to hide in caves, fear strangers and the unknown, stick to the mundane existence, etc.
Eep is a free spirit who is the stark opposite of all her father's teachings. She escapes from the cave, drawing her family out, to inadvertently saves them from death.
Eep befriends Guy, who guides them across the unknown terrain to escape the impending doom.
21. Archie Andrews (Archie Comics)
Archie Andrews is a typical American teenager from the Archie comics and Riverdale (the TV series). He is depicted as a jovial ginger boy with freckles.
He is a friendly, helpful, caring teenager whose biggest interest in life is girls. In school, Archie is an average student who hates homework but loves music and his band.
He is a typical teenager prone to laziness, indiscipline, and hatred for rules. Yet, he has a golden heart that is ready to help all his friends. He is also brave, kind-hearted, caring, adventurous, and fun-loving.
22. Ginny Weasley (The Harry Potter Franchise)
Ginny Weasly is the youngest child and the only daughter of the Weassly family. Like the rest of the family, Ginny is also a ginger. Initially, in the early books, Ginny Weasley is a timid girl who is too shy to speak in front of Harry Potter.
Despite her crush on him, she is painfully shy and self-conscious. Slowly, Ginny grows into herself and becomes a brave, outspoken young girl.
She gets over her brother’s bullying and starts to express herself. She also gives sound advice when needed. Ginny can be described as an independent, lively, and energetic person who can handle herself in tough situations.
23. Wilma Flintstones (The Flintstones)
Wilma Flintstone is a beautiful redheaded cavewoman from the cartoon series The Flintstones. She is the wife of Fred Flintstone and the mother of Pebbles Flintstone.
She is a stay-at-home mom for most of the series, but we see her taking part in charity events and being a socialite wife.
Apart from being a gorgeous redhead, Wilma is the smart one in the Flintstones family. She is a level-headed and quick-thinking wife to Fred, who often gets himself into trouble.
Wilma is a very loving, understanding, patient, smart and enterprising woman. Although, at times, she can be prone to emotional outbursts, shopping frenzies, etc. But, we could say that she is entitled to a few excesses after cleaning up Fred Flintstone’s messes.
24. Peter Pan (Peter Pan)
Peter Pan is a creation of J. M. Barrie, and he was called The Boy Who Wouldn’t Grow Up. He was first introduced in Disney’s cartoon film, Peter Pan. He lives in the magical land of Never Land at the Hangman’s Tree.
He is the leader of the Lost Boys, who are children just like him. Peter Pan is a ginger boy who is brave, adventurous, fun-loving, and childlike.
In fact, he is so childish that he wishes to never grow up. Peter Pan can be naive, impulsive, reckless, and arrogant. This leads him into many troubles, but when his friends need him, he will do anything to save and protect them.
25. Anastasia (Anastasia)
Anastasia was the daughter of Tsar Nicholas II and his Tsarina Alexandra. She was a princess until the Russian Revolution changed everything.
Her family was killed overnight, and Anastasia barely escaped with her grandmother. At the station, she gets separated from her and suffers amnesia forgetting her true identity.
As a princess, Anastasia was a lively, energetic, and fun-loving child. She loved to play music and sing along with her younger brother. After her amnesia, Anastasia becomes Anya, a strong-willed and independent woman trying to find her family.
26. Mary Jane Watson (Marvel Comics)
Mary Jane Watson is the girlfriend of Peter Parker/Spiderman. She is a very beautiful young redhead who aspires to become an actress. When her mother falls sick, she gives up acting and starts working odd jobs to save up money.
However, her mother eventually dies. Mary Jane Watson comes back to Parker’s neighbourhood and befriends him. She becomes a lively party girl, dates Harry Osbourne, attends high society parties, living the glamorous life of an actress.
All this crumbles when Gwen Stacy dies, and Harry starts to go crazy. M. J. becomes a sensible, mature, and responsible person and falls in love with Peter Parker.
27. Quasimodo (The Hunchback of Notre Dame)
Quasimodo is the ‘ugly monster’ from the Hunchback of Notre Dame. He is a shy young man with a hunchback and deformities.
All his life, he was reviled, bullied, and ostracized by everyone until Esmeralda befriended him. She shows him kindness and brings out the true nature of Quasimodo.
Initially, Quasimodo was insecure, shy, and lonely, but with Esmeralda’s kindness, he expresses his brave, hopeful, kind, and gentle nature.
He starts being curious and trusting once again. Despite his naive nature, he slowly matures to the realities of the world he lives in.
28. Bloom (Winx Club)
Bloom is the second princess of Domino and its guardian fairy. She is also the keeper of Dragon Flame, and it attracts all kinds of enemies and bad guys.
Bloom starts the Winx Club and becomes the leader of the group. Growing up, Bloom was shy, timid, and insecure about her power.
She slowly realizes that she is one of the most powerful fairies in Domino, and this gives her a confidence boost.
She is a kind-hearted, caring, and friendly girl. Sometimes, Bloom can be impulsive and reckless. But she will do anything to keep her friends safe.
29. Alfredo Linguini (Ratatouille)
Alfredo Linguini is a clumsy garbage boy at the restaurant in the film Ratatouille. He is an awkward, bumbling redhead who cannot keep a job for a long time.
Despite being the son of a famous chef, Linguini cannot cook a meal. All that changes when he befriends the rat, Remy. Linguini takes pity on Remy, and Remy repays him by helping him cook and get credit as the top chef.
Linguini is a shy, clumsy, kind-hearted, caring, naive boy. He bravely declares his gratitude for Remy, the rat, for making him the top chef, despite disappointing his staff.
30. Yosemite Sam (Looney Tunes Cartoons)
Yosemite Sam is the antagonist of the Looney Toons Cartoons. He is the arch-enemy of Bugs Bunny, and he has a much more violent and abusive nature compared to all other villains of Looney Toons.
Yosemite Sam is a short, red-haired cowboy who is quick to draw his gun. Sam is one of the few cartoon characters that constantly swears and curses when he is angry.
He is a quick-tempered, violent person who hates animals and beats them for the slightest reason. When compared to the other villains in the Looney Toons series, Sam is better at avoiding the repetitive traps of Bugs. However, he continues to knock on Bugs's door and gets hit by slamming doors when they open.
31. Philip J. Fry (Futurama)
Philip J. Fry is simply called Fry and is an Earthling who was cryogenically frozen in 2000. He is revived in 2999 and realizes that the world is not the same.
He takes up a job as a delivery boy for an intergalactic delivery service to earn his living. Fry is a lazy slob who lacks intelligence and ambition.
He spends most of his time lazing on a couch, drinking, and watching TV. However, Fry is a brave, loyal, kind-hearted, sensitive, and sentimental person. He would take any risk to help his friends.
32. Lucy Wilde (Despicable Me 2)
Lucy Wilde is an agent of the Anti-Villain League in the animated film Despicable Me 2. She was sent to apprehend Felonius Gru for being a villain.
But, after meeting him, she decides to become his partner, much to his chagrin. Lucy Wilde is a fun-loving, cheery, loving, caring woman.
She is also a skilled fighter with quick reflexes, an athletic body, and a sharp and alert mind. She is able to fight off villains twice her size and even fend off Gru’s attempts to get rid of her.
33. Giselle (Enchanted)
Giselle is a Princess from the distant world of Andalasia. She accidentally comes to Earth and lands in New York.
Giselle can be best described as a mixture of all Disney princesses as she is beautiful, innocent, kind, caring, and friendly without any negative emotions.
After spending time in New York, she wisens up and realizes there are many more negative emotions like frustration, anger, etc. Despite her bad experiences, Giselle refuses to become sad or cynical and retains her positivity till the end.
34. Sally Skellington (The Nightmare Before Christmas)
Sally Skellington is the rag doll monster from the movie, The Nightmare Before Christmas. The mad scientist of Halloween Town created her and kept her under lock and key. Sally appears to be a rag doll with straight red hair, faded blue skin, and stuffing of fall leaves.
Her stuffing falls out from time to time and needs to be refilled with leaves and stitched up. This has made her an expert in needlework.
This is one of the reasons why she is invaluable to both the scientist and Jack Skellington. Sally is a sweet, gentle, kind-hearted, sensible, and honest young girl who yearns for freedom.
She idolizes Jack Skellington because he represents adventure, freedom, and fun, all of the dreams she yearns for.
35. Vivian (Pretty Woman)
Vivian, played by Julia Roberts in the film "Pretty Woman," is a charismatic and vivacious character who undergoes a transformative journey.
Initially working as a street prostitute in Los Angeles, she encounters wealthy businessman Edward Lewis, portrayed by Richard Gere, when he hires her for a week as his escort.
As their relationship progresses, Vivian's infectious personality and genuine warmth begin to break down Edward's emotional barriers.
Through their connection, Vivian discovers her self-worth and inner strength. She blossoms from a woman trapped in a difficult situation to a confident and empowered individual, showcasing her intelligence, resilience, and capacity for love.
36. Jane Jetson (The Jetsons)
Jane Jetson is the matriarch of the Jetson household. She is the wife of George Jetson and the mother of Judy and Elroy.
Jane Jetson can be described as the perfect housewife of the 1960s as she is a kind, supportive wife, a doting mother, an excellent cook, and she loves shopping.
Jane Jetson is a socialite who attends charitable events with her ladies' group and organizes events for various causes.
37. Poison Ivy (DC Comics)
Poison Ivy is the alter-ego of Dr. Pamela Isley. She is an eco-terrorist and one of the prominent villains of Batman.
She feels very passionately for her plants and holds deep resentment toward Wayne Industries for not doing enough for the environment.
Poison Ivy is a sociopath. She is beautiful and uses her beauty to entice and trap people to exact revenge on them. She can be described as a feminist due to her friendship and affection for Harley Quinn, who is jilted by The Joker.
38. Gaara (Naruto)
Gaara is an antagonist-turned-supporting character in the Naruto series. He is a shinobi with Sunagakure. He was formerly an antagonist but started a friendship with Naruto Uzumaki after the latter defeated him.
He is currently the Kazekage of Sunagakure. He has spiky red hair, lacks eyebrows, and has black rings around his eyes.
He can control sand, and his ninja techniques are sand-based. Gaara, who was once warm and friendly even to villagers who feared him, becomes cold and withdrawn after the death of his uncle. He later reforms into a compassionate and protective Kazekage.
39. Mera (DC Comics, Aquaman)
Y'Mera Xebella Challa or Mera is a character from DC Comics' Aquaman series. She is the wife of Aquaman and the daughter of King Nereus.
She has red hair and blue eyes. She was raised by her father after her mother died when she was young. Mera appears intimidating but is actually caring, compassionate and dedicated. She has a strong sense of duty and determination.
She is also a brave and skilled warrior. She initially sets out to kill Arthur Curry - Aquaman as she thinks he is tyrannical but eventually discovers his true nature.
40. Dorothy (The Wizard of Oz)
Dorothy, portrayed by Judy Garland in "The Wizard of Oz," is a young and innocent girl who finds herself transported to the magical land of Oz. With her faithful dog Toto by her side, Dorothy embarks on a journey to find the Wizard and return home to Kansas.
Throughout her adventure, she displays unwavering determination, kindness, and compassion. Dorothy befriends iconic characters such as the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the Cowardly Lion, helping them discover their own desires and strengths.
She serves as a beacon of hope, bringing people together and encouraging them to believe in themselves. Dorothy's character exemplifies the power of perseverance, friendship, and the importance of staying true to oneself, making her an enduring symbol of courage and resilience.
41. Pebbles Flintstone (The Flintstones)
Pebbles Wilma Flintstone-Rubble or Pebbles is the daughter of Fred and Wilma Flintstone from The Flintstones. Her most famous form was that of a toddler, but her growth is documented in the show and subsequent specials and movies.
As a toddler, Pebbles is short and has a white bone in her ponytail red hair. Pebbles is described as kind, sweet, playful, and fickle who loves her father but easily replaces him with someone she likes.
She develops tomboyish behaviour as she grows up. She marries Bamm-Bamm, and they eventually have fraternal twins, Chip and Roxy.
42. Chuckie Finster (Rugrats)
Charles Crandall Norbert Finster Jr, known as Chuckie, is the deuteragonist of the Rugrats series. He is Tommy's best friend and is known as a likeable worrywart.
Chuckie is two years old, has messy red hair, and wears purple square glasses. He gets braces and changes to rectangle glasses as he gets older.
Chuckie is described as pessimistic, and a scaredy-cat but is loyal and faces his fears to help his friends when there is a problem. He often gets into trouble by accident due to his friend. He is scared of cats, germs, clowns and losing his glasses.
43. Madeline (Madeline)
Madeline or Madeline Fogg is the main protagonist of the series Madeline. She attends boarding school in Paris, France under the care of Miss Clavel. She is the shortest in her class and has short red hair. She is athletic and has a good balance.
Madeline is described as a brave and mischievous girl. She is liked by everybody due to her colourful nature and her ability to take control. She is also a talented ice -skater.
44. Roxanne (A Goofy Movie)
Roxanne is the tritagonist of Disney's A Goofy Movie. She is an anthropomorphic female dog and is the love interest of Max Goof.
She is a slim and curvy model with long wavy red hair and a beauty mark. She is described as being popular, friendly, and very beautiful.
Roxanne is a student at Max's high school, and is best friends with the student body president Stacey. Roxanne and Max have crushes on each other but are too shy to act on it. She forgives him for lying and accepts his offer of a date.
45. Vicky (The Fairly Odd Parents!)
Vicky is the 15-year-old antagonist of The Fairly Odd Parents and babysits Timmy. She has a red ponytail and pink eyes.
Vicky is sadistic, two-faced, greedy, selfish, and unremorseful. She is also short-tempered and cheats at everything she does. She acts sweet in front of adults but turns to mean once they are gone.
She fools Timmy's parents and tortures Timmy, up to the point where he always wants to get rid of her. She earns wads of cash through babysitting for many rich people.
46. Syndrome (The Incredibles)
Syndrome or Buddy Pine is the main antagonist of the Pixar animated film The Incredibles. As a young boy, Syndrome begs Mr. Incredible to hire him as his sidekick IncrediBoy.
After being rejected, he stops idolizing Mr Incredible and becomes bitter. His resentment towards superheroes drives him to become a supervillain and murder all superheroes.
Syndrome has a high intellect, especially in technology engineering. However, he is sadistic and sociopathic. When he tries to kidnap the baby Jack-Jack, Syndrome's jet is knocked off-balance when Mr Incredible throws his car at it. Syndrome's cape gets stuck in the jet's turbine, and it sucks him in, killing him.
47. Erza Scarlet (Fairy Tail)
Erza Scarlet is a character from the Fairy Tail anime series. She is a member of Team Natsu, and an S-Class Mage of the Fairy Tail Guild.
She has long scarlet hair and an artificial right eye in place of the one she lost as a child. Her Fairy Tail stamp is blue and on her left upper arm. Erza is socially awkward and very impatient.
She often criticizes other guild members for their bad behaviour or habits. Many people find her scary, but others have also described her as warm, kind, and passionate. She is also incapable of holding her liquor.
48. George Jetson (The Jetsons)
George Jetson is the protagonist of the Jetsons franchise. He works as a digital index operator at a manufacturing plant called Spacely Space Rockets.
He is married to Jane Jetson, and they have two children, Judy and Elroy. George's job requires him to push a button on a computer repeatedly.
George is often confused and stressed out by work and family problems but is a kind, caring husband and a well-meaning father. His most famous catchphrase is "Jane! Stop this crazy thing!" but he also frequently uses the phrase "Hooba-dooba-dooba!"
49. April O'Neil (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles)
April O'Neil is a deuteragonist in the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise. She is the love interest of Donatello and a good friend of the other Turtles.
She has a red ponytail, and freckles and wears brown wristbands. April first met the Turtles when they rescued her from the Kraang, who wanted her for her psychic powers.
April is clever, independent, gutsy, and mischievous. She is also stubborn at times and is most comfortable around the Turtles. She can sense danger, is telepathic, and is immune to mutagen. She is also skilled at Tessen and Ninjutsu.
50. Darla Sherman (Finding Nemo)
Darla Sherman is the main antagonist of the Pixar film Finding Nemo. She is the eight-year-old niece of dentist Philip Sherman.
She has braces and wears her red hair up in two ponytails. Nemo is supposed to be Darla's new pet fish, but he escapes into the ocean through a sink after she drops him.
Darla is not considered a villain as she is not truly evil. However, she is immature and boisterous and often ends up accidentally killing the pet fish she receives due to her overexcitement. She likes pretending to be a piranha and hates dead fish and pelicans.
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