List of fictional antiheroes

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This list is for characters in fictional works who exemplify the qualities of an antihero – a protagonist whose characteristics include the following:

  • imperfections that separate them from typically heroic characters (selfishness, ignorance, bigotry, etc.);[1]
  • lack of positive qualities such as "courage, physical prowess, and fortitude", and "generally feel helpless in a world over which they have no control";[2]
  • qualities considered dark traits, usually belonging to villains, (amorality, greed, violent tendencies, etc.)[3] that may be tempered with more human, identifiable traits that blur the moral lines between the protagonist and antagonist.[4]

Each of these examples has been identified by a critic as an antihero, although the classification is somewhat subjective. Some of the entries may be disputed by other sources and some may contradict all established definitions of antihero.

Literature[edit]

Character Work Author First published Notes
Annie Allen[5][6] Annie Allen Gwendolyn Brooks 1949
Redmond Barry[7] The Luck of Barry Lyndon William Makepeace Thackeray 1844
James Bond[8][9][10][11][12][13] James Bond novels and short stories Ian Fleming 1953–1966 Adapted into a series of films starting with Dr. No in 1962
Pinkie Brown[14] Brighton Rock Graham Greene 1938
Holden Caulfield[15] The Catcher in the Rye J.D. Salinger 1951
Quentin Compson[16] The Sound and the Fury William Faulkner 1929
Cross Damon[17] The Outsider Richard Wright 1953
Macon "Milkman" Dead III[18][19] Song of Solomon Toni Morrison 1977
Stephen Dedalus[20] A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man, Ulysses James Joyce 1916, 1922
Roland Deschain[21] The Dark Tower series Stephen King 1982–2012
Raoul Duke[22] Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Hunter S. Thompson 1971
Amy Elliott Dunne[23][24] Gone Girl Gillian Flynn 2012 Adapted in a film in 2014.
Tyler Durden and the Narrator[25][26] Fight Club Chuck Palahniuk 1996 Adapted in a film in 1999.
Huckleberry Finn[27][28] Adventures of Huckleberry Finn Mark Twain 1884
Randall Flagg[29] The Stand, Eyes of the Dragon and The Dark Tower series Stephen King 1978–2012
Harry Flashman[30] The Flashman Papers George MacDonald Fraser 1969
Artemis Fowl II[31] Artemis Fowl series Eoin Colfer 2001
Jay Gatsby[32] The Great Gatsby F. Scott Fitzgerald 1925 Adapted into five films between 1926 and 2013.
Prince Hamlet[33] Hamlet William Shakespeare 1599–1602
Bob Jones[34] If He Hollers Let Him Go Chester Himes 1945
Lucifer/Satan[35] Paradise Lost John Milton 1667
Macbeth[36][37] Macbeth William Shakespeare 1599–1606
Meursault[38][39] The Stranger Albert Camus 1942
Philip Marlowe[40] The Big Sleep, Farewell, My Lovely, The High Window, The Lady in the Lake, Playback, The Little Sister, and Poodle Springs Raymond Chandler 1939–89
Dexter Morgan[41][42] Darkly Dreaming Dexter, Dearly Devoted Dexter, Dexter in the Dark, Dexter by Design, Dexter Is Delicious, Double Dexter, Dexter's Final Cut, and Dexter is Dead Jeff Lindsay 2004–15 Later adapted into a TV series.
The Narrator[43] Invisible Man Ralph Ellison 1952
Scarlett O'Hara[44] Gone with the Wind Margaret Mitchell 1936 Adapted into a film in 1939.
Okonkwo[45] Things Fall Apart Chinua Achebe 1958
Othello[46] Othello William Shakespeare 1603
Alexander Portnoy[47] Portnoy's Complaint Philip Roth 1969
Raskolnikov[48] Crime and Punishment Fyodor Dostoevsky 1866
Rincewind[49][50] Discworld novels Terry Pratchett 1983–2013
Tom Ripley[51] The Talented Mr. Ripley, Ripley Under Ground, Ripley's Game, The Boy Who Followed Ripley, and Ripley Under Water Patricia Highsmith 1955–91
Rosencrantz and Guildenstern[52] Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead Tom Stoppard 1966
Becky Sharp[53] Vanity Fair William Makepeace Thackeray 1847–48 First serialized in 20 parts.
Shylock[54] The Merchant of Venice William Shakespeare 1596 (ca.)
Severus Snape[55] Harry Potter series J. K. Rowling 1997–2007
Sam Spade[56] The Maltese Falcon Dashiell Hammett 1930 Adapted into four films between 1931 and 1975.
Bigger Thomas[57] Native Son Richard Wright 1940
Lázaro de Tormes[58] Lazarillo de Tormes anonymous 1554
Woland[59] The Master and Margarita Mikhail Bulgakov 1966
Wei Xiaobao[60] The Deer and the Cauldron Jinyong 1969
Alex[61] A Clockwork Orange Anthony Burgess 1962 Later adapted into a film in 1971.
Elric of Melniboné[62] Elric of Melniboné Michael Moorcock 1961
Emma Bovary[63] Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert 1856
Phèdre[64] Phèdre Jean Racine 1677

Film[edit]

Character Film Portrayed by Year
Kevin "O-Dog" Anderson[65][66] Menace II Society Tate, LarenzLarenz Tate 1993
Betelgeuse[67] Beetlejuice Keaton, MichaelMichael Keaton 1988
Travis Bickle[68] Taxi Driver De Niro, RobertRobert De Niro 1976
Rick Blaine[69] Casablanca Bogart, HumphreyHumphrey Bogart 1942
Louis Bloom[70] Nightcrawler Gyllenhaal, JakeJake Gyllenhaal 2014
Jason Bourne[71] Bourne Trilogy Damon, MattMatt Damon 2002
Brodie Bruce[72] Mallrats Lee, JasonJason Lee 1995
Harry Callahan[73] Dirty Harry Eastwood, ClintClint Eastwood 1971
Jack Carter[74] Get Carter Caine, MichaelMichael Caine 1971
Chev Chelios[75] Crank
Crank: High Voltage
Statham, JasonJason Statham 2006
2009
John Constantine[76] Constantine Reeves, KeanuKeanu Reeves 2005
Rooster Cogburn[77][78] True Grit (1969)
Rooster Cogburn
True Grit (2010)
Wayne, JohnJohn Wayne

Jeff Bridges
1969
1975
2010
Michael Corleone[79][80][81] The Godfather film series Pacino, AlAl Pacino 1972
Django[82] Django Unchained Foxx, JamieJamie Foxx 2012
DJay[83] Hustle & Flow Howard, TerrenceTerrence Howard 2005
Frank Drebin[84] The Naked Gun Nielsen, LeslieLeslie Nielsen 1988
Judge Dredd[85] Dredd Urban, KarlKarl Urban 2012
Raoul Duke[86] Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas Depp, JohnnyJohnny Depp 1998
Erik[87] The Phantom of the Opera (various) (various)
Fritz[88] Fritz the Cat Hinnant, SkipSkip Hinnant 1972
Seth Gecko[89] From Dusk till Dawn Clooney, GeorgeGeorge Clooney 1996
Gordon Gekko[90] Wall Street
Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps
Douglas, MichaelMichael Douglas 1987
2010
Alonzo Harris[91] Training Day Washington, DenzelDenzel Washington 2001
Hellboy[92] Hellboy
Hellboy II: The Golden Army
Perlman, RonRon Perlman 2004
2008
Dante Hicks
Randal Graves
Jay
Silent Bob
[93]
View Askewniverse films OhalloranBrian O'Halloran
Jeff Anderson
Jason Mewes
Kevin Smith
1994–2006
Sherlock Holmes[94] Sherlock Holmes
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows
Downey Jr., RobertRobert Downey Jr. 2009
2011
Luke Jackson[95] Cool Hand Luke Newman, PaulPaul Newman 1967
Machete[96] Machete
Machete Kills
Trejo, DannyDanny Trejo 2010
2013
Frank Martin[97] The Transporter film series Statham, JasonJason Statham
Ed Skrein
2002–08
2015–present
Man with No Name[98][99] Dollars Trilogy Eastwood, ClintClint Eastwood 1964–66
John McClane[100] Die Hard film series Willis, BruceBruce Willis 1988–2013
Randle McMurphy[101] One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest Nicholson, JackJack Nicholson 1975
Tony Montana[102] Scarface Pacino, AlAl Pacino 1983
Felonius Gru| [103] Despicable Me film series Steve Carell 2010-
Mookie[104][105] Do the Right Thing Lee, SpikeSpike Lee 1989
Abel Morales[106][107] A Most Violent Year Isaac, OscarOscar Isaac 2014
Harry Palmer[108] Harry Palmer film series Caine, MichaelMichael Caine 1965
Parker[109] Parker Statham, JasonJason Statham 2013
Snake Plissken[110] Escape from New York
Escape From L.A.
Russell, KurtKurt Russell 1981
1996
The Punisher[111] Punisher films Lundgren, DolphDolph Lundgren
Thomas Jane
Ray Stevenson
1989
2004
2008
Jack Reacher[112] Jack Reacher
Jack Reacher: Never Go Back
Cruise, TomTom Cruise 2012
2016
Riddick[113] The Chronicles of Riddick film series Diesel, VinVin Diesel 2000–13
Max Rockatansky[114][115][116] Mad Max film series Gibson, MelMel Gibson
Tom Hardy
1979–85
2015–present
Steven Jay Russell[117] I Love You Phillip Morris Carrey, JimJim Carrey 2010
Borat Sagdiyev[118] Borat Baron Cohen, SachaSacha Baron Cohen 2006
Shrek[119] Shrek series Myers, MikeMike Myers 2001–present
Jimmy "B-Rabbit" Smith, Jr.[120] 8 Mile Eminem 2002
Han Solo[121][122] Star Wars film series Ford, HarrisonHarrison Ford 1977–2015
Captain Jack Sparrow[123] Pirates of the Caribbean film series Depp, JohnnyJohnny Depp 2003–present
Dominic Toretto[124] The Fast and the Furious film series Diesel, VinVin Diesel 2001–present
Takuma Tsurugi[125] The Street Fighter Chiba, SonnySonny Chiba 1974
V[126] V for Vendetta Weaving, HugoHugo Weaving 2006
John Wydell[127] The Devil's Rejects Forsythe, WilliamWilliam Forsythe 2005
Tequila Yuen[128] Hard Boiled Chow Yun-fat, Chow Yun-fat 1992
John Wick[129] John Wick
John Wick: Chapter 2
Reeves, KeanuKeanu Reeves 2014
2017
Rick Deckard[130] Blade Runner
Blade Runner 2049
Harrison Ford 1982

Television[edit]

Character Work Actor Year Notes
Angel[131] Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Angel
David Boreanaz 1997–2003
1999–2004
Kerr Avon[132] Blake's 7 Paul Darrow 1978–81 In the later B7 audio series, Avon is played by Colin Salmon
Theodore "T-Bag" Bagwell[133] Prison Break Robert Knepper 2005–09, 2017 "Young Theodore Bagwell" is played by Michael Gohlke
Chuck Bass[134] Gossip Girl Ed Westwick 2007–12
Jack Bauer[42][135] 24 Kiefer Sutherland 2001–10, 2014
Noah Bennet[136] Heroes
Heroes Reborn
Jack Coleman 2006–10
2015–16
Edmund Blackadder[137] Blackadder Rowan Atkinson 1983–89 Edmund Blackadder is a collection of characters from Blackadder, all played by Atkinson.
Sami Brady[138] Days of Our Lives Various child actors
Alison Sweeney
Dan Wells
1984–92
1993–2015
2005
David Brent[139] The Office (UK) Ricky Gervais 2001–03
Nicholas Brody[140][141] Homeland Damian Lewis 2011–13, 2014
Al Bundy[142] Married... with Children Ed O'Neill 1987–97
Rebecca Bunch[143][144] Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Rachel Bloom 2015-present
Pete Campbell[145][146] Mad Men Vincent Kartheiser 2007–15
Duncan Carlisle Hostages[147] Dylan McDermott 2013–14
Frank Castle / Punisher[148] Daredevil
The Punisher
Jon Bernthal 2016
2017
JR Chandler[149] All My Children Charlotte and Margaret Baughman
Kevin Alexander
Jesse McCartney
Jonathan Bennett
Andrew Ridings
Jacob Young
Ryan Bittle
1989–92

1992–96
1998–2001
2001–02
2002–03
2003–11
2013
Valerie Cherish[150] The Comeback Lisa Kudrow 2005–14
John Constantine[151] Constantine Matt Ryan 2014–15
Sonny Corinthos[152] General Hospital Maurice Benard 1993–present
George Costanza[153] Seinfeld Jason Alexander 1989–98
Del Boy[154] Only Fools and Horses
Rock & Chips
David Jason
James Buckley
1981–2003, 2014
2010–11
Arthur Dent[155] The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Simon Jones 1981
Daryl Dixon[156] The Walking Dead Norman Reedus 2010–present
Ray Donovan[157] Ray Donovan Liev Schreiber 2013–present
Don Draper[158][159]:318[160][161] Mad Men Jon Hamm 2007–15
Basil Fawlty[162] Fawlty Towers John Cleese 1975–79
Norman Stanley Fletcher[163] Porridge
Going Straight
Ronnie Barker 1974–77
1978
James "Sawyer" Ford[164][165][166] Lost Josh Holloway 2004–10
Oscar the Grouch[167] Sesame Street Caroll Spinney
Eric Jacobson (understudy)
1969-
Saul Goodman[168] Breaking Bad
Better Call Saul
Bob Odenkirk 2008–13
2015–present
Brian Griffin[169] Family Guy Seth MacFarlane (voice) 1999-2003; 2005-present
Peter Griffin[169] Family Guy Seth MacFarlane (voice) 1999–2003; 2005-present
Rick Grimes[170][171] The Walking Dead Andrew Lincoln 2010–present
Rick Sanchez[172][173]) – Rick and Morty Justin Roiland 2013-
Jack Harkness[174] Doctor Who
Torchwood
John Barrowman 2005–10
2006–11
Charlie Harper[175] Two and a Half Men Charlie Sheen 2003–11
Louise Belcher[176] Bob's Burgers Kristen Schaal 2011-
Patty Hewes[177] Damages Glenn Close 2007–12
Sherlock Holmes[178] Sherlock Benedict Cumberbatch 2010–present
BoJack Horseman[179] BoJack Horseman Will Arnett (voice) 2014–present
Gregory House[180] House Hugh Laurie 2004–12
Gene Hunt[181] Life on Mars
Ashes to Ashes
(UK)
Life on Mars
Philip Glenister

Harvey Keitel
2006–07

2008–10
In Ashes to Ashes, young Gene Hunt is portrayed by Mason Kayne
Patrick Jane[182] The Mentalist Simon Baker 2008–15
Elizabeth Jennings
Philip Jennings[183]
The Americans Keri Russell
Matthew Rhys
2013–present
Lapis Lazuli [184] Steven Universe Jennifer Paz 2013–present
Alex Krycek[185] The X-Files Nicholas Lea 1994–2002
Benson Dunwoody Regular Show Sam Marin 2010-2017
John Luther[186] Luther Idris Elba 2010–15
Ben Linus[187] Lost Michael Emerson 2006–10
Omar Little[188] The Wire Michael K. Williams 2002–08
Ragnar Lodbrok[189][190] Vikings Travis Fimmel 2013–present
Lucious Lyon[191][192][193] Empire Terrence Howard 2015–present
Vic Mackey[194] The Shield Michael Chiklis 2002–08
Todd Manning[195] One Life to Live Roger Howarth

Trevor St. John
1992–98, 2000–03, 2011–13
2003–11
Jimmy McNulty[196][197][198][199][200] The Wire Dominic West 2002–08
Veronica Mars[201] Veronica Mars Kristen Bell 2004–07
Renata Medina[202] Malparida Juana Viale 2010–11
Hank Moody[203] Californication David Duchovny 2007–14
Dexter Morgan[204] Dexter Michael C. Hall 2006–13
Jason Morgan[152] General Hospital Billy Miller 2014–present
Daria Morgendorffer[205] Daria Tracy Grandstaff (voice) 1997–2002
Jackie Peyton[206] Nurse Jackie Edie Falco 2009–15
Master Shake [207] Aqua Teen Hunger Force Dana Snyder 2000-2015
Jesse Pinkman[208][209] Breaking Bad Aaron Paul 2008–13
Olivia Pope[210] Scandal Kerry Washington 2012–present
Kenny Powers[211] Eastbound & Down Danny McBride 2009–13
Jonathan Randall[212] Guiding Light Sean Rademaker
Tom Pelphrey
1999–2000
2004–09
Raymond "Red" Reddington[213] The Blacklist James Spader 2013–present
Malcolm Reynolds[214] Firefly Nathan Fillion 2002
Michael Scott[215] The Office (U.S.) Steve Carell 2005–11, 2013
Zach Slater[149] All My Children Thorsten Kaye 2004–11
Tony Soprano[216][217] The Sopranos James Gandolfini 1999–2007
Luke Spencer[218] General Hospital Anthony Geary 1978–present
Spike[219] Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Angel
James Marsters 1997–2003
1999–2004
Sebastian Stark[220] Shark James Woods 2006–08
Al Swearengen[221] Deadwood Ian McShane 2004–06
Jack Taylor[222] Jack Taylor Iain Glen 2010–present
Jax Teller[223] Sons of Anarchy Charlie Hunnam 2008–14
John Thackery[224][225] The Knick Clive Owen 2014–15
Emily Thorne[226] Revenge Emily VanCamp 2011–15
Enoch "Nucky" Thompson[227] Boardwalk Empire Steve Buscemi 2010–14 In flashbacks throughout the fifth season, Nucky is played by Nolan Lyons as a child and Marc Pickering as a young man.
Malcolm Tucker[228] The Thick of It Peter Capaldi 2005–12
Francis Underwood[229] House of Cards (U.S.) Kevin Spacey 2013–present
Francis Urquhart[230] House of Cards (UK)
To Play the King
The Final Cut
Ian Richardson 1990
1993
1995
Grant Ward[231] Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Brett Dalton 2014–17
Walter White[232][233] Breaking Bad Bryan Cranston 2008–13
Dean Winchester
Sam Winchester[234]
Supernatural Jensen Ackles
Jared Padalecki
2005–present Dean is also portrayed by Hunter Brochu (toddler), Ridge Canipe (child), Nicolai Lawton-Giustra (pre-teen), Brock Kelly & Dylan Everett (teen), and Chad Everett (elderly).
Sam is also portrayed by Alex Ferris (child) and Colin Ford (teenager).

Anime/Manga[edit]

Character Work Actor Notes
Alucard[235] Hellsing Nakata, JoujiJouji Nakata (Japanese)
Crispin Freeman (English)
Ika Musume[236] Shinryaku! Ika Musume Kanemoto, HisakoHisako Kanemoto (Japanese)
Christine Marie Cabanos (English)
Lelouch Lamperouge[237] Code Geass Fukuyama, JunJun Fukuyama (Japanese)
Johnny Yong Bosch (English)
Lelouch as a child is voiced by Sayaka Ohara in Japanese and Michelle Ruff in English
Mugen[238][239] Samurai Champloo Nakai, KazuyaKazuya Nakai (Japanese)
Steven Blum (English)
Scar[240] Fullmetal Alchemist &
Fullmetal Alchemist: Brotherhood
Okiayu, RyōtarōRyōtarō Okiayu (Japanese, FMA)
Dameon Clarke (English, FMA)
Kenta Miyake (Japanese, Brotherhood)
J. Michael Tatum (English, Brotherhood)
Spike Spiegel[240][241][242] Cowboy Bebop Yamadera, KōichiKōichi Yamadera (Japanese)
Steven Blum (English)
Vegeta[240] Dragon Ball Z Horikawa, RyōRyō Horikawa (Japanese)
Christopher Sabat (English)
In other English dubs of the series, Brian Drummond and Roger Rhodes voiced the character, while Laura Bailey voiced the character as a child.
Light Yagami[243] Death Note Miyano, MamoruMamoru Miyano (Japanese)
Brad Swaile (English)

Comic books[edit]

Character Creator(s) First appearance Notes
Batman[244][245][246][246][247] Bill Finger, Bob Kane 1939 May (Detective Comics #27)
Catwoman[248] Bob Kane, Bill Finger 1940 (Batman #1)
Deadpool[249] Rob Liefeld (artist), Fabian Nicieza (writer) 1991 February (The New Mutants #98)
Doga[250] Sanjay Gupta, Tarun Kumar Wahi, Manu (artist) 1993 (Curfew)[251]
Fritz the Cat[88] Robert Crumb 1959
Hulk[252][253] Stan Lee (writer), Jack Kirby (artist) 1962 May The Incredible Hulk #1)
Iron Man[254][255][256] Stan Lee (writer), Larry Lieber, Don Heck (artist), Jack Kirby (artist) 1963 March (Tales of Suspense #39)
Jason Todd as The Red Hood[257] Judd Winick (writer), Doug Mahnke (artist) 2005 (Batman #635)
Johnny C from Johnny the Homicidal Maniac[258] Jhonen Vasquez 1995 August (Johnny the Homicidal Maniac #1)
John Constantine from Hellblazer[259] Alan Moore, Stephen R. Bissette, John Totleben 1985 June (The Saga of the Swamp Thing #37)
Jesse Custer from the Preacher series[260] Garth Ennis, Steve Dillon 1995 April (Preacher #1)
Magneto from the X-Men series.[261] Stan Lee (writer), Jack Kirby (artist) 1963 September (The X-Men #1)
Marv and Dwight from Frank Miller's Sin City[262] Frank Miller 1991 April (Marv: The Hard Goodbye); 1993 November (Dwight: A Dame to Kill For)
Punisher[263] Gerry Conway, John Romita Sr., Ross Andru 1974 February (The Amazing Spider-Man #129)
Spawn[264] Todd McFarlane 1992 May (Spawn #1)
Sub-Mariner[265][266][267] Bill Everett (writer/artist) 1939 April (Motion Picture Funnies Weekly)
"V" from V for Vendetta[126] Alan Moore, David Lloyd 1982 March (Warrior #1)
Wolverine[268][269][270] Roy Thomas, Len Wein, John Romita, Sr. 1974 October (The Incredible Hulk #180)

Video games[edit]

Character Game Voice actor(s) Notes
Agent 47[271] Hitman series Bateson, DavidDavid Bateson Adapted into films in 2007 and 2015.
Alex Mercer[272] Prototype
Prototype 2
Pepper, BarryBarry Pepper
Darryl Kurylo
Caleb[273] Blood
Blood II: The Chosen
Weyte, StephanStephan Weyte
Captain Qwark[274] Ratchet & Clank series Ward, JimJim Ward
Carl "CJ" Johnson[275] Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas Maylay, YoungYoung Maylay
Conker the Squirrel[276] Conker game series Seavor, ChrisChris Seavor
Dante Alighieri[277] Dante's Inferno McTavish, GrahamGraham McTavish
Dante[278] Devil May Cry series Coombs, DrewDrew Coombs (2001–03)
Matt Kaminsky (2003)
Reuben Langdon (2005–11)
Tim Phillipps (2013–present)
Duke Nukem[279] Duke Nukem series St. John, JonJon St. John
Garrett[280] Thief series Russell, StephenStephen Russell (1998–2004)
Romano Orzari (2014)
Geralt of Rivia[281] The Witcher series Rozenek, JacekJacek Rozenek (Polish)
Doug Cockle (English)
Garrus Vakarian[282] Mass Effect series Keener, BrandonBrandon Keener
Jack Carver Far Cry
Far Cry: Instincts[283]
Thias, PeterPeter Thias
Stephen Dorff
John Tanner[284] Driver
Driver 2
Driver 3
Driver: San Francisco
Lavelle, BradleyBradley Lavelle
Stefan Ashton Frank
Michael Madsen
Demetri Goritsas
James Earl Cash[285] Manhunt Wilfong, StephenStephen Wilfong
Jin Kazama[286] the Tekken series Chiba, IsshinIsshin Chiba
John Marston[287] Red Dead Redemption Wiethoff, RobRob Wiethoff
Kain
Raziel[288]
Legacy of Kain series Templeman, SimonSimon Templeman
Bell, MichaelMichael Bell
Kane and Lynch[289] Kane & Lynch: Dead Men
Kane & Lynch 2: Dog Days
Bloom, BrianBrian Bloom (Kane)
Jarion Monroe (Lynch)
Kratos[290] God of War series Carson, Terrence C.Terrence C. Carson (2005–13)
Christopher Judge (2016–present)
Anthony del Rio portrays the character as a child.
Marcus Fenix[291] Gears of War series DiMaggio, JohnJohn DiMaggio
Max Payne[292] Max Payne series McCaffrey, JamesJames McCaffrey
Niko Bellic[293][294] Grand Theft Auto IV Hollick, MichaelMichael Hollick
Ryu Hayabusa[295] Ninja Gaiden series Hori, HideyukiHideyuki Hori In English versions of the games, the character has been voiced by Justin Gross, Josh Keaton, and Troy Baker.
Shadow the Hedgehog[296] Sonic the Hedgehog series Yusa, KōjiKōji Yusa In English versions of the games, the character has been voiced by David Humphrey, Jason Griffith, and Kirk Thornton.
Solid Snake[297][298] Metal Gear series Ōtsuka, AkioAkio Ōtsuka (Japanese)
David Hayter (English)
Tommy Vercetti[299] Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Liotta, RayRay Liotta
Wario[300] Mario series, Wario Land series, and WarioWare series Ōtsuka, ChikaoChikao Ōtsuka (Japanese)
Charles Martinet (English)
Roger Wilco[301] Space Quest series N/A

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