List of fictional princes

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This is a list of fictional princes that have appeared in various works of fiction. This list is organized by medium and limited to well-referenced, notable examples of the fictional prince characters.

Literature[edit]

This section contains examples of both classic and more modern writing.

Fictional prince(s) Work Notes Author
Ivan Tsarevitch Tsarevitch Ivan, the Fire Bird and the Gray Wolf
The Frog Princess
The Sea King and Vasilisa the Wise
The Bold Knight, the Apples of Youth, and the Water of Life
The Wicked Sisters
The Death of Koschei the Deathless
He is one of the main protagonists of the Russian folktales collected by Alexander Afanasyev in Narodnye russkie skazki. Alexander Afanasyev
Prince Akeem The Prince and the Puppy[1] Jon Ahmad
Prince Ellidyr The Chronicles of Prydain Lloyd Alexander
Prince Gwydion The Chronicles of Prydain The High Prince of Prydain. Lloyd Alexander
Prince Rhun The Chronicles of Prydain The prince of the Isle of Mona and the son of King Rhuddlum and Queen Teleria. Lloyd Alexander
The Prince The Little Mermaid He was rescued by the Little Mermaid from drowning during the storm but later believed that it was the human princess and not the mermaid who saved him. Hans Christian Andersen
The Prince The Princess and the Pea Hans Christian Andersen
The Prince The Snow Queen He was formerly a poor young man who can pass the test to become a prince. Hans Christian Andersen
The Prince The Swineherd He is the poor prince who wants to marry the daughter of the Emperor. Hans Christian Andersen
Eleven Princes The Wild Swans The eleven brothers who have been turned into swans by the curse of their evil stepmother. Hans Christian Andersen
Flower-Fairy Prince Thumbelina Hans Christian Andersen
Prince Dolph Xanth The Magician of Metamorphosis, the son of Queen Irene and Dor, and the brother of Ivy and Ida. He appears in Heaven Cent and Isle of View. Piers Anthony
Prince Hilarion Xanth The prince of the Isle of Adamant. He first appeared in Knot Gneiss. Piers Anthony
Eadric The Frog Princess The prince and the heir of Upper Montevista who has been turned into a frog. He also appears in the sequels Dragon's Breath, Once Upon a Curse, and No Place for Magic, as well as the series prequel The Salamander Spell. E.D. Baker
The Beast Beauty and the Beast While the first published version was published by Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve, the most well-known version is the one recorded by Jeanne-Marie Leprince de Beaumont. Gabrielle-Suzanne Barbot de Villeneuve
Prince of Round-Field Pentamerone The fairy tale collection by Giambattista Basile. Giambattista Basile
Three Princes The Three Enchanted Princes The princes of Fair Meadows who have been turned into a falcon, a stag, and a dolphin. Giambattista Basile
Prince Tittone The Three Enchanted Princes Giambattista Basile
Prince Randy The Purple Prince of Oz L. Frank Baum
Prince Lír The Last Unicorn He is the skilled hero who was adopted by King Haggard, found in the town of Hagsgate. Peter S. Beagle
Marco Loristan The Lost Prince Frances Hodgson Burnett
John Carter of Mars A Princess of Mars He marries Princess Dejah Thoris of Helium. Edgar Rice Burroughs
The Prince The Canary Prince Italo Calvino
Ian How Ian Direach got the Blue Falcon Scottish fairy tale collected by John Francis Campbell in Popular Tales of the West Highlands and included by Andrew Lang in The Orange Fairy Book. John Francis Campbell
Snake Prince The Snake Prince The Indian fairy tale collected by Major Campbell in Firozpur; included by Andrew Lang in The Olive Fairy Book.[2] Major Campbell
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III How to Train Your Dragon He is the son of Stoick the Vast and Valhallarama. Cressida Cowell
Prince of Erin The Thirteenth Son of the King of Erin He is the youngest of the King's thirteen sons, in the Irish fairy tale collected by Jeremiah Curtin in Myths and Folk-lore of Ireland and included by Ruth Manning-Sanders in A Book of Dragons. Jeremiah Curtin
Prince Chéri Princess Belle-Etoile French fairy tale inspired by Giovanni Francesco Straparola's Ancilotto, King of Provino. Madame d'Aulnoy
Prince Pondicherry Charlie and the Chocolate Factory He is the prince of India who could rule in his chocolate palace until it melts in the hot weather. Roald Dahl
Prince Karl "Charles" von Waldron The Fall of a Nation Thomas Dixon, Jr.
Prince Myshkin The Idiot Prince Lev Nikolayevich Myshkin Fyodor Dostoevsky
Kheva The Belgariad The prince of Drasnia and the son of King Rhodar and Queen Porenn. David Eddings
Prince John Robin Hood legends The evil prince of England who is assisted by the Sheriff of Nottingham and Sir Guy of Gisbourne, loosely based on the historical John, King of England. English folklore
Prince of Aragon Robin Hood and the Prince of Aragon English folklore
Prince Ahmed Prince Ahmad and the Fairy Peri-Banu A Middle Eastern folktale; one of a collection of tales from The Book of One Thousand and One Nights (Arabian Nights). Translated and added by Antoine Galland
Prince Ali Prince Ahmad and the Fairy Peri-Banu Translated and added by Antoine Galland
Prince Hussain Prince Ahmad and the Fairy Peri-Banu Translated and added by Antoine Galland
Aladdin The Story of Aladdin; or, the Wonderful Lamp Translated and added by Antoine Galland
Prince Humperdinck The Princess Bride William Goldman
Prince Fyren The Sword of Truth The High Prince of Kelton. Terry Goodkind
Prince Harold Amnell The Sword of Truth The prince and the leader of the armies of Galea. Terry Goodkind
Prince Charming Cinderella Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault
The Frog Prince The Frog Prince; or, Iron Henry Brothers Grimm
The Prince The Golden Bird German fairy tale by Brothers Grimm. Collected by Paul Sébillot in Littérature orale de la Haute-Bretagne as "Le Merle d'or (The Golden Blackbird)"[3] and included by Andrew Lang in The Green Fairy Book[4] Brothers Grimm
The Prince Rapunzel Brothers Grimm
The Prince Sleeping Beauty He is the prince who kisses the Princess to break the evil spell and waken her. Brothers Grimm and Charles Perrault
The Prince Snow White He finds Snow White lying in the glass coffin to revive her. Brothers Grimm
Prince Martin The Prince Martin Epic[5] Brandon Hale
Prince George The Princess and the Hound Mette Ivie Harrison
Farad'n Dune The son of Princess Wensicia and Dalak and the grandson of the 81st Padishah Emperor Shaddam Corrino IV and Anirul. Frank Herbert
The Prince The Prince's Dream Jean Ingelow
Prince Galen Beyond the Greenest Hill: A Fairy Tale[6] The younger brother of Princess Loralyn. Patricia McCune Irvine
Prince Syral Beyond the Greenest Hill: A Fairy Tale[6] Patricia McCune Irvine
Prâslea Prâslea the Brave and the Golden Apples Petre Ispirescu
The Prince The King of England and his Three Sons The Romani fairy tale collect by Joseph Jacobs in More English Fairy Tales. Joseph Jacobs
Prince Justin Howl's Moving Castle He is the younger brother of the King of Ingary. Diana Wynne Jones
The Prince The Nine Peahens and the Golden Apples Vuk Stefanović Karadžić
The Prince The Grateful Prince Estonian fairy tale; collected by Dr. Friedrich Kreutzwald in Eestirahwa Ennemuistesed jutud. Included by W. F. Kirby in The Hero of Esthonia, and by Andrew Lang in The Violet Fairy Book. Dr. Friedrich Kreutzwald
Asmund Asmund and Signy Icelandic fairy tale collected in Islandische Märchen and included by Andrew Lang in The Brown Fairy Book. Collected by Andrew Lang
Prince Ring Asmund and Signy Collected by Andrew Lang
Prince Hermod Hermod and Hadvor Collected by Andrew Lang
Nix Nought Nothing Nix Nought Nothing A fairy tale originally collected by Andrew Lang; Joseph Jacobs included it in English Fairy Tales. Collected by Andrew Lang
Prince Darling Prince Darling Collected by Andrew Lang
Prigio Prince Prigio 1889 literary and comic fairy tale illustrated by Gordon Browne. Collected by Andrew Lang
Prince Prince Ring Icelandic fairy tale included by Andrew Lang in The Yellow Fairy Book. Collected by Andrew Lang
Prince The Prince Who Wanted to See the World Portuguese fairy tale included by Andrew Lang in The Violet Fairy Book. Collected by Andrew Lang
Three Princes The Three Princes and their Beasts Lithuanian fairy tale included by Andrew Lang in The Violet Fairy Book.[7] Collected by Andrew Lang
Prince Ligovskoy Princess Ligovskaya Character based on Nikolai Bakhmetyev. Varvara Lopukhina, Bakhmetyev's wife, was the prototype for the character of Vera Ligovskaya. Mikhail Lermontov
Prince Charmont ("Char") Ella Enchanted The prince of Kyrria. Gail Carson Levine
Prince Ijori Fairest The crown prince and heir to the throne of Ayortha. Gail Carson Levine
Caspian X The Chronicles of Narnia The former prince, now king, of Narnia. C.S. Lewis
Prince Cor ("Shasta") The Chronicles of Narnia The prince and heir of Archenland and the son of King Lune. C.S. Lewis
Prince Corin The Chronicles of Narnia Cor's younger twin brother. C.S. Lewis
Rilian The Chronicles of Narnia The prince, later king, of Narnia and the son of King Caspian X. C.S. Lewis
The Prince The Light Princess Scottish fairy tale. George MacDonald
Prince Harelip The Princess and the Goblin The Goblin prince. George MacDonald
Prince Tung Thank You, Mr. Moto He is descended from an old Manchu family; a friend of Tom Nelson. John P. Marquand
Joffrey Baratheon A Song of Ice and Fire He was formerly the Crown Prince of the Seven Kingdoms, legal son of King Robert Baratheon and biological son of Cersei and Jaime Lannister; older brother of Tommen and Myrcella Baratheon. He becomes the king of the Seven Kingdoms after his legal father's death. George R.R. Martin
Tommen Baratheon A Song of Ice and Fire He is the younger brother of Joffrey and Myrcella Baratheon and the husband of Margaery Tyrell. George R.R. Martin
Theon Greyjoy A Song of Ice and Fire He is the son of Balon Greyjoy from the kingdom of Westeros. George R.R. Martin
Doran Martell A Song of Ice and Fire He is the prince of Dorne. George R.R. Martin
Oberyn Martell A Song of Ice and Fire Better known as the Red Viper. He is the younger brother of Prince Doran and Princess Elia Martell. George R.R. Martin
Trystane Martell A Song of Ice and Fire He is the son of Prince Doran Martell and is betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon. George R.R. Martin
Viserys Targaryen A Song of Ice and Fire He is the exiled prince and the heir of the Targaryen dynasty, son of King Aerys II Targaryen and brother of Rhaegar and Daenerys Targaryen. George R.R. Martin
Prince Azim The Drum A.E.W. Mason
Prince Guhl The Drum The main antagonist of the story. A.E.W. Mason
Prince Henry Red, White & Royal Blue[8] The prince of Wales. Casey McQuiston
Little Prince The Kiss That Missed[9] David Melling
Dog Prince The Dog Prince[10] A handsome but spoiled prince who has been turned into a hound dog. Lauren A. Mills
Prince Dolor The Little Lame Prince and his Travelling Cloak Miss Mulock
Prince Ronald The Paper Bag Princess Illustrated by Michael Martchenko. Robert Munsch
Russian Prince The Emperor's Candlesticks The kidnapped prince from Russia. Baroness Orczy
Prince Xizor Star Wars: Shadows of the Empire Steve Perry
Aphai and Sisuwan Phra Aphai Mani The Thai princes. Sunthorn Phu
Ruslan Ruslan and Ludmila The brave knight who would marry Ludmila, daughter of Prince Vladimir after the rescue, in the 1820 Russian poem by Alexander Pushkin. Alexander Pushkin
Prince Vladimir Ruslan and Ludmila The ruler of Kiev and the father of Ludmila. Based on the historical figure of Vladimir the Great. Alexander Pushkin
Prince Yelsei The Tale of the Dead Princess and the Seven Knights Also called "The Tale of the Dead Tsarevna and the Seven Bogatyrs", the 1833 Russian poem by Alexander Pushkin. Alexander Pushkin
Prince Gvidon The Tale of Tsar Saltan 1831 Russian poem written after the fairy tale edited by Vladimir Dahl. Alexander Pushkin
Prince Ferdinand William Otto Long Live the King![11] Mary Roberts Rinehart
Prince of Lormere The Sin Eater's Daughter The son of the Queen of Lormere. Melinda Salisbury
Duke of Albany King Lear The husband of Goneril of Britain. William Shakespeare
Duke of Burgundy King Lear William Shakespeare
Duke of Cornwall King Lear The husband of Regan of Britain. William Shakespeare
Malcolm Macbeth He is older son of King Duncan of Scotland. Based on the historical figure of Malcolm III of Scotland. William Shakespeare
Donalbain Macbeth He is the younger son of King Duncan and the brother of Malcolm. Based on the historical figure, Donald III of Scotland. William Shakespeare
Don Pedro Much Ado About Nothing The prince of Aragon. William Shakespeare
Don John Much Ado About Nothing Don Pedro's brother. William Shakespeare
Prince Othello Othello He is the Moorish prince who lives in Venice and is the title character of the story. William Shakespeare
Prince Pericles Pericles, Prince of Tyre He is the prince of Tyre and the titular character of the story. He is also the father of Marina and the husband of Thaisa, daughter of King Simonides of Pentapolis. William Shakespeare
Duke of Aumerle Richard II Based on the historical figure of Edward of Norwich, 2nd Duke of York. William Shakespeare
Duke of Surrey Richard II Based on the historical figure of Thomas Holland, 1st Duke of Surrey. William Shakespeare
Duke of York Richard II The father of the Duke of Aumerle and the uncle of King Richard II. Based on the historical figure, Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York. William Shakespeare
Henry Bolingbroke IV Richard II The duke, later king, of Hereford. Based on the historical figure, Henry IV of England. William Shakespeare
John of Gaunt Richard II The duke of Lancaster, the father of Henry Bolingbroke and the uncle of King Richard II. Based on the historical figure of John of Gaunt. William Shakespeare
Thomas Mowbray Richard II The duke of Norfolk who is based on the historical figure, Thomas de Mowbray, 1st Duke of Norfolk. William Shakespeare
Prince Escalus Romeo and Juliet He is the prince of Verona. William Shakespeare
Prince Ferdinand The Tempest The prince of Naples, the son of King Alonso and the husband of Miranda. William Shakespeare
Prince Hamlet The Tragedy of Hamlet, Prince of Denmark He is the titular character of the story by William Shakespeare. William Shakespeare
Prince Amaryllis Somebody Else's Prince A short story collected by Evelyn Sharp in The Other Side of the Sun. Evelyn Sharp
Prince Hyacinth Somebody Else's Prince The youngest of the four princes. Evelyn Sharp
Hikaru Genji The Tale of Genji Better known as the "Shining Prince". He is the second son of Emperor Kiritsubo. Murasaki Shikibu
Prince Florizel The Suicide Club He is the prince of Bohemia and one of the main characters of the short story trilogy. Robert Louis Stevenson
Prince Alexander The Prince and the Pilgrim He is the main protagonist of the story. Mary Stewart
Prince Baudouin The Prince and the Pilgrim The father of Prince Alexander. Mary Stewart
Miller's Son Puss in Boots A young man who is married to the Princess. An Italian fairy tale originally included by Giovanni Francesco Straparola in The Facetious Nights of Straparola, with the different versions published by Giambattista Basile and then by Charles Perrault. Giovanni Francesco Straparola
Prince Arthur The Royal Treatment[12] He is the son of King Winston of Avonia. M.J. Summers
Arslan The Heroic Legend of Arslan He is the Crown Prince of Pars, son of King Andragoras III and Queen Tahamine and the main protagonist of the story. Yoshiki Tanaka
Prince of Denmark The Prince and the Princess in the Forest Danish fairy tale collected in Tang Kristensen's Æventyr far Jylland ("Tales from Jutland") and included by Andrew Lang in The Olive Fairy Book. Evald Tang Kristensen
Duke of Winterset Monsieur Beaucaire 1900 short novel by Booth Tarkington. Booth Tarkington
Louis-Philippe d'Orléans ("Beaucaire") Monsieur Beaucaire The titular character of the story based on the historical figure of Louis Philippe I, Duke of Orléans. Booth Tarkington
The Prince The Princess He is the prince who seeks love for Princess Ida in the 1847 serio-comic blank verse narrative poem. Alfred Tennyson
Princes The Princess Three princes who support their sister Princess Ida.
  • Prince Arac
  • Prince Guron
  • Prince Scynthius
Alfred Tennyson
Prince Pompadore Kabumpo in Oz The prince of Pumperdink. Ruth Plumly Thompson
Boromir The Fellowship of the Ring
The Two Towers
The first son and heir of the Steward Denethor II of Gondor. J.R.R. Tolkien
Curufin The Silmarillion The prince of the elves of Noldor. J.R.R. Tolkien
Faramir The Lord of the Rings
The Two Towers
The Return of the King
The prince of Gondor, the second son of the Steward Denethor II and the younger brother of Boromir. He is the husband of Éowyn, princess of Rohan. J.R.R. Tolkien
Finarfin The Lord of the Rings
The Silmarillion
The prince, later high king, of Noldor and the son of King Finwë and Queen Indis. He is also the husband of Princess Eärwen of Teleri. J.R.R. Tolkien
Imrahil The Lord of the Rings
The Return of the King
The prince of Dol Amroth. J.R.R. Tolkien
Legolas The Fellowship of the Ring
The Two Towers
The Return of the King
Though he never actually held the title of "prince", Legolas is an elven prince of Mirkwood and the son of King Thranduil. J.R.R. Tolkien
Prince Dmitri Ivanovich Nekhlyudov Resurrection Leo Tolstoy
Prince Andrei Nikolayevich Bolkonsky War and Peace The son of the domineering Prince Nikolay Andreevich Bolkonsky. Leo Tolstoy
Prince Edward Tudor VI The Prince and the Pauper He is the prince of Wales who trades places with Tom Canty. Based on the historical Edward VI of England. Mark Twain
Prince Dakkar
(aka Captain Nemo)
Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea The former prince of Bundelkhand. Jules Verne
Judah Ben-Hur Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ He is the Jewish Prince of Jerusalem and the titular character of the story. Lew Wallace
Prince Manfred The Shape of Things to Come The prince of Bavaria and the leader of the worldwide rebellion. H.G. Wells
Prince Ilaron The Fall of Ile-Rien trilogy[13] He is the crown prince of Ile-Rien. Martha Wells
Happy Prince The Happy Prince and Other Tales Oscar Wilde
Prince Caxium Andrew Winslow A Vengeful Reflection: The Story of Princess Elise[14] D. Wooten
The Prince The Dragon and the Prince Serbian fairy tale collected by A. H. Wratislaw in Sixty Folk-Tales from Exclusively Slavonic Sources and included by Andrew Lang in The Crimson Fairy Book. A. H. Wratislaw
Prince Daystar Enchanted Forest Chronicles Patricia C. Wrede
Köke Temür The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber The son of Chaghan Temür, the Prince of Ruyang of the Yuan Dynasty and the older brother of Zhao Min. Jin Yong
Zhang Wuji The Heaven Sword and Dragon Saber He is married to Zhao Min. Jin Yong
Seiran Shi The Story of Saiunkoku He is the exiled prince of Saiunkoku, son of Emperor Shi Senka. Sai Yukino
Four Shi Princes The Story of Saiunkoku Seiran's four brothers. Sai Yukino

Comics and manga[edit]

Fictional prince Comic title Notes
Prince Abdullah The Adventures of Tintin The young, spoiled, mischievous prince of the fictional Arabian state of Khemed; the son of Mohammed Ben Kalish Ezab. Based on Faisal II of Iraq.
Prince of the Sun The Adventures of Tintin
Apaimanee Apaimanee Saga The first prince and heir of Rattana; the first son of Thao Srisutat and Pratumkesorn.
Srisuwan Apaimanee Saga The second prince and heir of Rattana; the younger brother of Apaimanee and the second son of Thao Srisutat and Pratumkesorn.
Prince Lune Baron: The Cat Returns[15] The cat prince of the Cat Kingdom.
Prince Brion Markov ("Geo-Force") DC Comics He is the prince of Markovia and the half-brother of Princess Tara Markov ("Terra").
Prince Evillo DC Comics The evil prince of the planet Tartarus.
Prince Khufu Maat Kha-Tar ("Hawkman") DC Comics Khufu is the prince from an ancient Egypt during his past life who was killed by his rival Hath-Set before his soul was reborn as Carter Hall, the true identity of Hawkman himself.
Ryand'r ("Darkfire") DC Comics He is the Prince of the planet Tamaran in the fictional Vegan system, son of King Myand'r and Queen Luand'r; younger brother of the villainous Princess Komand'r ("Blackfire") and the heroic Princess Koriand'r ("Starfire"). He is also the current member of the Omega Men.
Prince Topaz DC Comics He is the prince of Gemworld.
Viking Prince DC Comics
Prince Barin Flash Gordon The sovereign of Arboria.
Prince Thun Flash Gordon He is the prince of the Lion Men and the son of King Jugrid.
Prince Vultan Flash Gordon He is the prince of the Hawkmen.
Shin Lee Goong The crown prince of Korea.
Sun Lee Goong The younger brother of Shin Lee.
Shuna The Journey of Shuna He is the prince from the small mountain valley who is on a quest to find the golden grain.
Rei Kilala Princess The prince of Paradiso who seeks for one princess for his country.
Prince Joon A Kiss for my Prince
Prince Shion A Kiss for my Prince
Prince Yu-Jen A Kiss for my Prince
Namor McKenzie Marvel Comics He is the Prince of Atlanis and the mutant son of Fen and Leonard McKenzie.
Prince Rudolfo Fortunov Marvel Comics He was the former crown prince of Latveria.
Prince Zorba Fortunov Marvel Comics He is the brother of Rudolfo Fortunov and was formerly the prince of Latveria before he later became king.
Prince Sebastian The Prince and the Dressmaker[16]
Prince Nathan Prince Valiant He is the son of Prince Valiant of Thule and Queen Aleta of the Misty Isles.
Prince Franz Charming Princess Knight He is the prince of Goldland.
Prince Roy Royal Roy The young prince of Cashelot.
Princes from Sailor Moon Sailor Moon
Prince Canute Vinland Saga The prince of the Danes and the son of King Sweyn Forkbeard. Based on the historical Canute the Great.
Prince Harald Vinland Saga The brother of Prince Canute. Based on the historical Harald II of Denmark.

Theatre[edit]

Fictional prince Title Notes
Aladdin Aladdin The traditional pantomime was originally dramatized by John O'Keeffe in 1788 for the Theatre Royal, Covent Garden. Different versions of the pantomime story have been performed for over 200 years. The "Aladdin" story was also adapted into other theatrical productions. Notable adaptations include:
Prince Peter Karagin Balalaika 1936 musical play by Eric Maschwitz.
Prince Nikita Kurlyatev The Enchantress Prince Nikita Danilovich Kurlyatev. 1887 Russian opera in four acts by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky.
Prince Yuriy The Enchantress The son of Prince Nikita Kurlyatev and Princess Yevpraksiya Romanovna.
Esmoreit Esmoreit The crown-prince of Sicily who was raised at the court of Damascus.
Cinderella's Prince Into the Woods
Rapunzel's Prince Into the Woods
Prince Leonce Leonce and Lena The Crown Prince of the Kingdom of Popo.
Prince Alexander The Light Princess The prince of Lagobel and the brother of Princess Althea.
Prince Digby The Light Princess The prince of Sealand.
Prince Tokmakov The Maid of Pskov Prince Yuriy Ivanovich Tokmakov, the father of Princess Olga. 1872 opera composed by Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov; based on the drama of the same name by Lev Mei.
Prince Afanasy The Maid of Pskov Prince Afanasy Vyazemsky
Nutcracker Prince The Nutcracker The prince who has been turned into a nutcracker.
Prince Karl
Prince Dauntless Once Upon a Mattress A musical comedy based on Hans Christian Andersen's The Princess and the Pea.
Prince Hilarion
Three Princes The Princess
Princess Ida
  • Prince Arac
  • Prince Guron
  • Prince Scynthius
Jean Puss in Boots 1915 short children's opera in three acts composed by César Cui, based on the fairy tale of the same name.
Prince Yeletsky The Queen of Spades 1890 opera in three acts (seven scenes) by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, based on the short story of the same name by Alexander Pushkin.
Prince Dimitri Nekhlyudov Resurrection

Based on the novel of the same name by Leo Tolstoy.

Ratmir Ruslan and Lyudmila The prince of Khazars. 1842 Russian opera composed by Mikhail Glinka, based on Alexander Pushkin's poem of the same name.
Ruslan Ruslan and Lyudmila
Svetozar Ruslan and Lyudmila The Great Prince of Kiev.
Prince Désiré The Sleeping Beauty The ballet composed by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky, based on Charles Perrault's fairy tale of the same name.
Prince Charles The Sleeping Prince: An Occasional Fairy Tale 1953 play by Terence Rattigan.
Prince The Snow Queen A chamber opera in six scenes based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale of the same name; prologue by Matthew King, libretto by Andrew McKinnon.
Prince Albert The Swan 1920 play by Ferenc Molnár.
Prince Siegfried Swan Lake He is the prince who is the love interest of the Swan-Princess Odette.
Disney Princes Various A number of Disney Princes have gotten their own musicals.
Prince Andrei Bolkonsky War and Peace Opera based on the novel of the same name by Leo Tolstoy.
Prince Anatole Kuragin War and Peace
Prince Mikhail Barclay de Tolly War and Peace
Azor Zémire et Azor Operatic version of the fairy tale Beauty and the Beast, written by Jean-François Marmontel and composed by André Grétry.

Film[edit]

Live action[edit]

Fictional prince Film Notes
Prince Massimo The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Hollywood Follies[18] Portrayed by Luigi Amodeo.
Prince Cassim Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Portrayed by Frank Puglia.
Persian Prince Ali Baba and the Forty Thieves Portrayed by James Khan (uncredited).
Prince Musah Ali Baba Goes to Town Portrayed by Douglass Dumbrille.
Prince de Polikoff Ambassador Bill Portrayed by Gustav von Seyffertitz.
Prince Paul von Haraldberg Anastasia Portrayed by Ivan Desny.
Prince Hapi Around the World in 80 Days Portrayed by Arnold Schwarzenegger.
Prince Betameche Arthur and the Invisibles Son of Emperor Sifrat XVI and brother of Princess Selenia. Portrayed by Jimmy Fallon.
Prince Morodin Balalaika Based on the 1936 musical of the same name by Eric Maschwitz. Portrayed by Paul Irving.
Prince Peter Karagin/Peter Illyich Teranda Balalaika Portrayed by Nelson Eddy.
Prince Daka/Dr. Tito Daka Batman The main antagonist of the film serial. Portrayed by J. Carroll Naish.
Prince Ram Singh Beau Geste Based on the novel of the same name by P. C. Wren. Portrayed by Boghwan Singh.
Prince Ardent/Beast La Belle et la Bête
(Beauty and the Beast)
1946 French film adaptation of the fairy tale of the same name, known in English as Beauty and the Beast. Prince Ardent is portrayed by Jean Marais.
Judah Ben-Hur Ben-Hur

Based on Lew Wallace's novel Ben-Hur: A Tale of the Christ.

Prince Rohenhauer Black Oxen Based on the novel Black Oxen by Gertrude Atherton. Portrayed by Alan Hale Sr.
T'Challa ("Black Panther") Black Panther The former prince, now king, of Wakanda; the son of King T'Chaka and the brother of Princess Shuri. Portrayed by Chadwick Boseman.
Prince Mamuwalde/Blacula Blacula
Scream Blacula Scream
An African prince who was turned into a vampire by Count Dracula. Portrayed by William Marshall.
Prince Ramon The Brigand Portrayed by Anthony Quinn.
Prince Achmed Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back Portrayed by Warner Oland.
Prince Alexis Paneiev/Paul Café Metropole Portrayed by Gregory Ratoff.
Veerasimhan Chandralekha 1948 Indian film. Portrayed by M.K. Radha.
Prince Pondicherry Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Based on the novel of the same name by Roald Dahl. Portrayed by Nitin Ganatra.
Prince Richard A Christmas Prince
A Christmas Prince: The Royal Wedding
The former crown prince, now king, of Aldovia. Portrayed by Ben Lamb.
Prince Alexander Cavalieri Christmas with a Prince[19] 2018 television film. Portrayed by Nick Hounslow.
Prince Caspian The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian Based on the novel by C.S. Lewis. Portrayed by Ben Barnes.
Prince Akeem Coming to America The crown prince of Zamunda and the son of King Jaffe Joffer and Queen Aoleon. Portrayed by Eddie Murphy.
Prince Metternich Conquest Based on the novel Pani Walewska by Wacław Gąsiorowski. Portrayed by Ian Wolfe.
Prince Mirska Conquest Portrayed by Stanley Andrews.
Prince Poniatowski Conquest Portrayed by C. Henry Gordon.
Prince Jai Curse of the Golden Flower Portrayed by Jay Chou.
Prince Yu Curse of the Golden Flower Portrayed by Qin Junjie.
Crown Prince Wan Curse of the Golden Flower Portrayed by Liu Ye.
Prince Azim The Drum Based on the novel of the same name by A. E. W. Mason. Portrayed by Sabu Dastagir.
Prince Ghul The Drum Portrayed by Raymond Massey.
Prince Harshvardhan Eklavya: The Royal Guard 2007 Indian film. Portrayed by Saif Ali Khan
Prince Udaywardhan Eklavya: The Royal Guard Portrayed by Jimmy Sheirgill.
Prince Charmont Ella Enchanted Based on the 1997 book of the same name by Gail Carson Levine. Portrayed by Hugh Dancy.
Prince Johann The Emperor's Candlesticks 1937 film based on the 1899 novel of the same name. Portrayed by Henry Stephenson.
Prince Edward Enchanted He is the prince from Andalasia who ends up confused with the world of New York once entering it. Portrayed by James Marsden.
Prince Henry Ever After: A Cinderella Story 1998 film adaptation of "Cinderella" set in Renaissance France. Portrayed by Dougray Scott.
Prince Karl "Charles" von Waldron The Fall of a Nation Based on the novel of the same name. Portrayed by Percy Standing.
Prince Michael Boris Alexis Gateway Portrayed by Gregory Ratoff.
George Jr. George of the Jungle 2 The Prince of the Jungle and the son of George of the Jungle and Ursula Stanhope. Portrayed by Angus T. Jones.
Prince Hamlet Hamlet Numerous adaptations of William Shakespeare's Hamlet have been made over the years, starring several different actors. Some of these include:
Prince Nicholas/Nicki Here is My Heart Based on the play La Grande-Duchesse et le garçon d'étage by Alfred Savoir. Portrayed by Roland Young.
Prince Vladimir/Vova Here is My Heart Portrayed by Reginald Owen.
Crown Prince Home Alone 4 Portrayed by Craig Geldenhuys.
Crown Prince Leopold The Illusionist The villainous prince of Austria. Portrayed by Rufus Sewell.
Cinderella's Prince Into the Woods He is loosely based on the character from "Cinderella". Portrayed by Chris Pine.
Rapunzel's Prince Into the Woods He is loosely based on the character from "Rapunzel". Portrayed by Billy Magnussen.
Prince Halbere The Isle of Love Portrayed by Leo White.
Prince Jeroným It Is Hell With the Princess[20] 2009 Czech film. Portrayed by Jiří Mádl.
John Carter John Carter Based on Edgar Rice Burroughs' A Princess of Mars. Portrayed by Taylor Kitsch.
Colwyn Krull Portrayed by Ken Marshall.
Mohammed Khan The Lives of a Bengal Lancer The well-known prince of the region. Portrayed by Douglass Dumbrille.
Prince Paul of Arvonne The Lone Wolf in Paris Portrayed by Pio Peretti.
Crown Prince Otto Long Live the King Based on the novel of the same name by Mary Roberts Rinehart. Portrayed by Jackie Coogan.
Boromir The Lord of the Rings The fallen prince of the Stewards of Gondor. Portrayed by Sean Bean.
Faramir The Lord of the Rings The younger brother of Boromir. Portrayed by David Wenham.
Legolas The Lord of the Rings Though he actually never held the title of "prince", he is the son of the elven King Thranduil of Mirkwood. Portrayed by Orlando Bloom.
Prince Ramo Lost in a Harem Portrayed by John Conte.
Prince Danilo Petrovich The Merry Widow The nephew of King Nikita I of Monteblanco. Based on the operetta of the same name by Franz Lehár. Portrayed by John Gilbert.
Crown Prince Mirko The Merry Widow Portrayed by Roy D'Arcy.
Prince Otto Von Liebenheim Monte Carlo Based on the novel Monsieur Beaucaire by Booth Tarkington. Portrayed by Claud Allister.
Prince Alexander "Alex" Theodore William Hendricks My Christmas Prince[21] He is the crown prince of Madelvia. Portrayed by Callum Alexander in the 2017 Lifetime television film.
Prince Colin My Summer Prince[22] The prince of Edgemere. Portrayed by Jack Turner in the 2016 Hallmark television film.
Prince de Namour de la Bonfain Naughty Marietta Based on the 1910 operetta of the same name by Victor Herbert. Portrayed by Douglass Dumbrille.
Prince of Rapur The Notorious Lone Wolf Portrayed by Olaf Hytten.
Prince Karl Old Heidelberg

Based on the 1901 play by Wilhelm Meyer-Förster and the 1924 operetta by Sigmund Romberg.

Prince Ahmud Omar Khayyam Portrayed by Perry Lopez.
Prince Malik Omar Khayyam Portrayed by John Derek.
Prince Eric Paid to Love Portrayed by William Powell.
Crown Prince Michael Paid to Love Portrayed by George O'Brien.
Prince Shamsher Singh Prince Portrayed by Shammi Kapoor.
Edvard III/Eddie Williams The Prince & Me The crown prince, later king, of Denmark and the son of King Haraald and Queen Rosalind. Portrayed by Luke Mably.
Prince Edward Tudor VI The Prince and the Pauper Multiple film adaptations of Mark Twain's novel have been made. Some of these include:
Prince Charles The Prince and the Showgirl The Regent Prince of Carpathia. Based on Terence Rattigan's The Sleeping Prince. Portrayed by Laurence Olivier.
Prince Edward The Prince and the Surfer The prince of Gelfland and the son of Queen Albertina. Portrayed by Sean Kellman in the 1999 direct-to-video adaptation of The Prince and the Pauper.
Prince "Charming" John Prince Charming The Prince of Anwyn who is cursed as a frog. Portrayed by Sean Maguire in the 2001 television film.
Prince Duncan A Prince for Christmas 2015 Starz television film. Duncan is the prince and the heir of Balemont, portrayed by Kirk Barker.
Dastan Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time He was adopted by King Sharaman. Portrayed by Jake Gyllenhaal.
Prince Garsiv Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Portrayed by Toby Kebbell.
Prince Tus Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time Portrayed by Richard Coyle.
Prince Valiant Prince Valiant
Prince Humperdinck The Princess Bride Based on the novel of the same name. Portrayed by Chris Sarandon.
Prince Regent Princess Caraboo Portrayed by John Sessions.
Prince Ashton A Princess for Christmas The prince of Castlebury. Portrayed by Sam Heughan in the 2011 Hallmark television film.
Eddie O'Rourke Princess O'Rourke Portrayed by Robert Cummings, Eddie is married to Princess Maria. 1943 romantic comedy similar to the 1953 film Roman Holiday.
Prince Edward The Princess Switch The Crown Prince of Belgravia. Portrayed by Sam Palladio.
Prince Nikolas Pursuit to Algiers Portrayed by Leslie Vincent.
Prince Wolfram Queen Kelly Portrayed by Walter Byron.
Shamsher Singh Raaj Tilak Portrayed by Raj Kiran.
Yuvraj Narendradev Raja Aur Runk The 1968 Bollywood film based on Mark Twain's The Prince and the Pauper. Portrayed by Mahesh Kothare.
Prince Paul Chegodieff Rasputin and the Empress Portrayed by John Barrymore.
Prince Ken Arok Road to Bali Portrayed by Murvyn Vye.
Prince John Robin Hood
Prince Escalus Romeo and Juliet

Based on the tragic play by William Shakespeare.

Crown Prince William of Grec The Royal Bed Based on the play The Queen's Husband by Robert E. Sherwood. Portrayed by Hugh Trevor.
Prince Leopold/Leo James A Royal Christmas He is the prince and heir to the throne of Cordinia. Portrayed by Stephen Hagan in the 2014 Hallmark television film.
Prince Sebastian Royal Matchmaker[24] The son of King Edward. 2018 Hallmark television film. Portrayed by Will Kemp.
Prince Jeffrey Royal New Year's Eve[25] 2017 Hallmark television film. Portrayed by Sam Page.
Prince Daniel Royally Ever After[26] The prince of St Ives. Portrayed by Torrance Coombs in the 2018 television film.
Ruslan Ruslan and Ludmila Based on the Russian poem of the same name. Portrayed by Valeri Kozinets.
Prince Ali Secret of Stamboul Portrayed by Cecil Ramage.
Prince George Seven Nights in Japan Portrayed by Michael York.
Tao Hing Shaolin Prince Portrayed by Ti Lung.
Wong Szu Tai Shaolin Prince Portrayed by Derek Yee.
Prince Alexis Sherlock Holmes Portrayed by Reginald Denny.
Prince Edward The Slipper and the Rose The prince of Euphrania, in the retelling fairy tale of "Cinderella". Portrayed by Richard Chamberlain.
Duke of Montague The Slipper and the Rose He is the cousin of Prince Edward. Portrayed by Julian Orchard.
Prince The Snow Queen The 2005 BBC television film based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale of the same name. Portrayed by Bradie Whetham.
Prince Snow White Numerous adaptations of the Snow White story have been made over the years, which starred several different actors as well as different names for the Prince from the story. Some include:
Prince Paul Pavlov The Son of Monte Cristo Portrayed by Michael Visaroff.
Lone Starr Spaceballs He marries Princess Vespa. Portrayed by Bill Pullman.
Prince Valium Spaceballs Portrayed by Jim J. Bullock.
Bail Prestor Organa Star Wars Formally styled as His Serene Highness, Bail Organa is the Prince, First Chairman and Viceroy of the planet Alderaan. He is married to Queen Breha Organa and the adoptive father of Princess Leia Organa. Portrayed by Jimmy Smits.
Princes from Stardust Stardust

Based on the 1999 novel of the same name by Neil Gaiman.

Ramin Khan Storm Over Bengal The Maharajah of Lhanapur and the main antagonist of the film. Portrayed by Douglass Dumbrille.
Prince Courageous The Strange Adventures of Prince Courageous The son of King Lagg. 1923 silent film series starring Arthur Trimble as a child and William Butts as an adult.
Crown Prince Albert The Swan

Based on the 1920 play, The Swan by Ferenc Molnár.

Prince Arsene The Swan
  • George Walcott in The Swan (1925)
  • Byron Sage in One Romantic Night (1930)
  • Christopher Cook in The Swan (1956)
Prince George The Swan
Elias Tale of Tales Prince of Longtrellis. Portrayed by Christian Lees. Based on the fairy tale collection "Pentamerone".
Prince Chung Thank You, Mr. Moto Based on the novel of the same name by John P. Marquand. Portrayed by Philip Ahn.
Prince Kurt von Rotenberg They Dare Not Love The main character who flees Austria. Portrayed by George Brent.
Ahmed The Thief of Bagdad (1924)
The Thief of Bagdad (1940)
This character appears in the 1924 silent version and the 1940 Technicolor version of this story, loosely based on the adaptation of the story of "Aladdin". Portrayed by Douglas Fairbanks in 1924 and John Justin in 1940.

There are also other princes featured in the 1924 version of the film:

Prince Osman The Thief of Baghdad Portrayed by Arturo Dominici.
Prince Rudolph Thin Ice Portrayed by Tyrone Power.
Thor Odinson Thor The crown prince of Asgard and the son of King Odin and Queen Frigga. Portrayed by Chris Hemsworth.
Prince Mikail Alexandrovitch Ouratieff Tovarich Portrayed by Charles Boyer.
Prince Florizel Trouble for Two Based on the short story "The Suicide Club" by Robert Louis Stevenson. Portrayed by Robert Montgomery.
Prince Henry Two Guys from Milwaukee The prince of Balkans and the main character of the film. Portrayed by Dennis Morgan.
Prince Nicolai Poliakoff The Unholy Garden Portrayed by Mischa Auer.
Prince Gustav Waltzes from Vienna Portrayed by Frank Vosper.
Prince Andrei Bolkonsky War and Peace The 1956 film based on the novel of the same name. Portrayed by Mel Ferrer.
Prince Vasily Kuragin War and Peace Portrayed by Tullio Carminati.
Prince Dmitri Nekhlyudov We Live Again Based on the Resurrection novel by Leo Tolstoy. Portrayed by Fredric March.
Prince Nickolas "Nicki" von Wildeliebe-rauffenburg The Wedding March Portrayed by Erich von Stroheim.
Prince Ottokar The Wedding March Portrayed by George Fawcett.
Prince Emile A Winter Princess[27] 2019 Hallmark television film. Portrayed by Brendon Zub.
Prince Gustav A Winter Princess[27] Portrayed by Casey Manderson.
Prince Kynd The Wizard of Oz Portrayed by Bryant Washburn.
Prince Hassan Women of All Nations Portrayed by Bela Lugosi.
Prince Marcus Yahudi Ki Ladki

Based on the Urdu play of the same name by Agha Hashar Kashmiri.

Prince Saliano You'll Find Out Portrayed by Bela Lugosi.
Prince Caryl Young April Prince of Belgravia. Based on the novel of the same name by Egerton Castle. Portrayed by Joseph Schildkraut.
Prince Michael Young April The unethical brother of Caryl. Portrayed by Bryant Washburn.

Animation[edit]

Disney[edit]

Disney prince(s) Film(s) Notes
Aladdin ("Prince Ali") Aladdin He is the titular protagonist of the film, who wishes to become a wealthy prince so that he can win over a heart of Princess Jasmine. Voiced by Scott Weinger; singing voice by Brad Kane.
Prince Achmed Aladdin Voiced by Corey Burton.
Milo James Thatch Atlantis: The Lost Empire
Atlantis: Milo's Return
Milo is the love interest of Princess Kida before marrying her to become the king of Atlantis. Voiced by Michael J. Fox (original) and James Arnold Taylor (sequel).
Bambi Bambi
Bambi II
Loosely based on "Bambi, a Life in the Woods" by Felix Salten, Bambi is the young prince of the forest whose his mother was shot and killed during winter. Originally voiced by Donnie Dunagan as a fawn, Hardie Albright as an adolescent deer and John Sutherland as a young buck. Also voiced by Alexander Gould in the sequel.
Great Prince of the Forest Bambi
Bambi II
Voiced by Fred Shields (original) and Patrick Stewart (sequel).
The Beast Beauty and the Beast Voiced by Robby Benson.
Harris, Hubert and Hamish Brave Three younger brothers of Princess Merida and three sons of King Fergus and Queen Elinor of Dunbroch.
Prince Wheeliam Cars 2 Based on the real-life Prince William, Duke of Cambridge, he is a Bentley Continental GT who is the grandson of Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom.
Prince Charming Cinderella Originally voiced by William Edward Phipps; singing voice by Mike Douglas.
Prince Hans Westergaard Frozen He is the villainous prince from the Southern Isles who is the nemesis of Elsa the Snow Queen and the former love interest of Princess Anna. Voiced by Santino Fontana.
Simba The Lion King Formerly the prince of the Pride Lands, son of the late King Mufasa and Queen Sarabi, he becomes the new king of the Pride Lands. Voiced by Jonathan Taylor Thomas (singing voice by Jason Weaver) as a cub and Matthew Broderick (singing voice by Joseph Williams) as an adult.
Prince Eric The Little Mermaid
The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea
He is the human prince who was rescued by the mermaid princess Ariel from a shipwreck and was later married to have a daughter Melody. Voiced by Christopher Daniel Barnes (original) and Rob Paulsen (sequel).
Li Shang Mulan
Mulan II
While in actuality he is neither a prince by birth nor by marriage, Shang is considered one of the Disney Princes though he is the Chinese army captain, son of General Li, because his respective love interest Fa Mulan is the member of the official Disney Princess lineup.[28] Voiced by B.D. Wong (speaking) and Donny Osmond (singing).
Prince Jeeki Mulan II The son of Lord Qin of Qigong. Voiced by Rob Paulsen.
John Smith Pocahontas Loosely based on the real-life John Smith. Although he is actually just the European explorer and the captain, John is considered one of the Disney Princes because of Pocahontas, his respective love interest, who is one of the official Disney Princesses.[28] Voiced by Mel Gibson; singing voice by Corey Burton.
Prince Mickey The Prince and the Pauper He is the mouse prince of England who trades places with the mouse pauper. Both Prince and Pauper were portrayed by a famous Disney character, Mickey Mouse (voiced by Wayne Allwine).
Prince Naveen The Princess and the Frog He is the prince of the fictional kingdom of Maldonia who moves to New Orleans and gets turned into a frog. He is inspired by the title character from "The Frog Prince" and was voiced by Bruno Campos.
Prince John Robin Hood Voiced by Peter Ustinov.
Prince Phillip Sleeping Beauty He is the son of King Hubert and the husband of Princess Aurora. Originally voiced by Bill Shirley.
The Prince Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs He appears in the first scene where he hears Snow White singing at the wishing well and he later reappears to revive her with a kiss. Voiced by Harry Stockwell.
Eugene Fitzherbert
("Flynn Rider")
Tangled He marries Princess Rapunzel in Tangled Ever After. Voiced by Zachary Levi.

Other[edit]

Fictional prince Film(s) Notes
Prince Achmed The Adventures of Prince Achmed The titular character from the 1926 German film based on a combination of the stories of "The Story of Prince Ahmed and the Fairy Paribanou" and "Aladdin" from One Thousand and One Nights. The oldest surviving animated feature film.
Prince Amat Alakazam the Great
Z-4195 Antz He marries Princess Bala. Voiced by Woody Allen.
Zane Barbie: A Fairy Secret The Italian fairy who marries the Fairy-Princess Graciella. Voiced by Silvio Pollio.
Twin Princes Barbie and the Diamond Castle
  • Prince Jeremy, voiced by Jeremy From.
  • Prince Ian, voiced by Noel Johansen.
Aidan Barbie and the Magic of Pegasus He is married to Princess Annika. Voiced by Mark Hildreth.
Prince Kieran Barbie and the Secret Door Voiced by Andrew Francis.
Prince Louis Barbie and the Three Musketeers He is the crown prince, later king, of France. Voiced by Mark Hildreth.
Prince Stefan Barbie as Rapunzel Voiced by Mark Hildreth.
Tommy Barbie as Rapunzel Stefan's younger brother. Voiced by Danny McKinnon
Prince Antonio Barbie as the Island Princess The prince of Apollonia. Voiced by Alessandro Juliani.
Azul Barbie as the Island Princess "Prince Azul Vasu Morantha the Fourth". Voiced by Steve Marvel.
Julian Barbie as the Princess and the Pauper He was formerly the tutor of, now married to, Princess Anneliese. Voiced Alessandro Juliani.
Prince Nalu Barbie: Fairytopia
Barbie: Mermaidia
He is the merprince of Mermaidia. Voiced by Alessandro Juliani.
Prince Edmund Barbie in Rock'n Royals[29] Voiced by Adrian Petriw.
Prince Reginald Barbie in Rock'n Royals[29] The prince of Thistlebrook. Voiced by Alessandro Juliani.
Derek Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses He marries Princess Genevieve. Voiced by Shawn Macdonald.
Prince Eric Barbie in the Nutcracker The prince, later king, of Parthenia. Voiced by Kirby Morrow.
Prince Siegfried Barbie in the Pink Shoes[30] Voiced by Brett Dier.
Prince Carlos Barbie: Mariposa
Barbie: Mariposa and the Fairy Princess[31]
The prince of Flutterfield and the son of Queen Marabella. Voiced by Alessandro Juliani.
Prince Daniel Barbie of Swan Lake Voiced by Mark Hildreth.
Prince Nicholas Barbie: Princess Charm School He is the prince who attends the Prince Charming Academy. Voiced by Vincent Tong.
Prince Leo Barbie: Star Light Adventure The prince of Kumai. Voiced by Robbie Daymond.
Prince Delphin Barbie: The Pearl Princess[32] Voiced by Brian Doe.
Prince Liam Barbie: The Princess & the Popstar He is the prince of Stuffinsburg. Portrayed by Ken; voiced by Adrian Petriw.
Prince Abba-Dabba Bugs Bunny's 3rd Movie: 1001 Rabbit Tales Voiced by Lennie Weinrib.
Prince Lune The Cat Returns Based on the manga Baron: The Cat Returns. Voiced by Andrew Bevis in English and Takayuki Yamada in Japanese.
Prince Phillipe Charming Charming Voiced by Wilmer Valderrama.
Arabian Prince The Chipmunk Adventure Voiced by Nancy Cartwright.
Prince Dev Dragons: Fire and Ice Voiced by Mark Hildreth.
Prince Ivan Enchanted Princess[33] Voiced by Anton Makarskiy.
Prince Cream Fairy Tail the Movie: Phoenix Priestess The vain duke of Veronica.
Prince Taro Fire and Ice He was the brother of Princess Teegra. Modeled and voiced by William Ostrander.
Prince David Gulliver's Travels Voiced by Lanny Ross.
Prince Fjord Hans Christian Andersen's The Little Mermaid Voiced by Taro Shigaki in Japanese and Ian Finlay in English.
The Prince Happily Ever After Voiced by Michael Horton.
Prince Zeke HappinessCharge PreCure! the Movie: The Ballerina of the Land of Dolls The prince of the Doll Kingdom.
Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III How to Train Your Dragon The son of Stoick the Vast of Berk. Loosely based on Cressida Cowell's book series of the same name.
Prince Justin
("Turnip-Head")
Howl's Moving Castle Based on the novel of the same name. Voiced by Crispin Freeman in English and Yō Ōizumi in Japanese.
Prince Chulalongkorn The King and I Based on the real-life Chulalongkorn. Voiced by Allen D. Hong; singing voice by David Burnham.
Last Prince The Last Prince of Atlantis[34] He is known as the last surviving prince from Atlantis who spent thousands of years in a stone sarcophagus.
Prince Lír The Last Unicorn Based on Peter S. Beagle's novel of the same name. Voiced by Jeff Bridges.
Prince Dando Little Insects[35] Voiced by Gregory Poppen.
Prince Nemo Little Nemo: Adventures in Slumberland Voiced by Gabriel Damon in English and Takuma Gōno in Japanese.
Legolas The Lord of the Rings Voiced by Anthony Daniels.
Bob Muzzy in Gondoland
Muzzy Comes Back
He is married to Princess Sylvia to have a baby daughter Amanda. Voiced by Derek Griffiths.
Prince Hans The Nutcracker Prince Voiced by Kiefer Sutherland.
Prince Alexander The Pirates Who Don't Do Anything: A VeggieTales Movie He is the leek prince of Monteria and the brother of Princess Eloise. Voiced by Yuri Lowenthal.
Raleigh Pokémon the Movie: Volcanion and the Mechanical Marvel He is the prince of the Azoth Kingdom and the younger brother of Princess Kimia. Voiced by Laurie Hymes in English and Shoko Nakagawa in Japanese.
Moses The Prince of Egypt Moses was adopted by Pharaoh Seti and Queen Tuya. Based on the biblical figure of Moses; voiced by Val Kilmer (speaking) and Amick Byram (singing).
Rameses The Prince of Egypt The former prince, now pharaoh, of Egypt who was the son of Pharaoh Seti and Queen Tuya, the adoptive brother of Moses and also the main antagonist of the film. Based on the biblical figure of Rameses II; voiced by Ralph Fiennes.
Rameses' son The Prince of Egypt The young prince of Egypt. Voiced by Bobby Motown.
Prince Froglip The Princess and the Goblin Voiced by Rik Mayall.
Prince Rollo The Princess and the Pea Voiced by Steven Webb (speaking) and Dan Finnerty (singing).
Prince Eis Prinzessin Lillifee und das kleine Einhorn Voiced by Patrick Roche.
Prince Tau Prinzessin Lillifee und das kleine Einhorn Voiced by Roman Wolko.
Ashitaka Princess Mononoke He is the last prince of the Emishi tribe. Voiced by Billy Crudup in English and Yōji Matsuda in Japanese.
Prince Kirin Ranma ½: Big Trouble in Nekonron, China Voiced by John Payne in English and Kaneto Shiozawa in Japanese.
Prince Tutankhaten La Reine Soleil Voiced by David Scarpuzza.
The Prince Romeo & Juliet: Sealed with a Kiss Voiced by Phil Nibbelink.
Amin La Rosa di Bagdad He marries Princess Zeila. Voiced by Patricia Hayes.
Prince Omar Scooby-Doo! in Where's My Mummy? Voiced by Ajay Naidu.
Prince Syrius The Sea Prince and the Fire Child Voiced by Tony Oliver.
Shrek Shrek Shrek, the titular protagonist of the franchise, becomes the husband of Princess Fiona (only when she becomes an ogre like himself), but still lives in the Swamp with her. Voiced by Mike Myers in the film series and Michael Gough in the video game series.
Prince Charming Shrek 2 He is one of the main antagonists of the film series. Voiced by Rupert Everett.
Prince Proteus Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas The prince of Syracuse. Voiced by Joseph Fiennes.
Thorp Smallfoot The son of the Yeti Village chief called the Stonekeeper; the older brother of Meechee. Voiced by Jimmy Tatro.
The Prince The Snow Queen

Based on Hans Christian Andersen's fairy tale of the same name.

Ruslan The Stolen Princess He marries Princess Mila. Voiced by Oleksiy Zavgorodniy.
Prince Derek The Swan Princess Voiced by Howard McGillin.
Prince Arren/Lebannen Tales from Earthsea The prince of Enlad and one of the main characters of the film. Voiced by Matt Levin in English and Junichi Okada in Japanese.
Tack The Thief and the Cobbler
(The Princess and the Cobbler)
He marries Princess Yum-Yum. Voiced by Steve Lively in the Majestic Films version, and by Matthew Broderick in Miramax version; singing voice by Steve Lively.
Prince Cornelius Thumbelina Based on the fairy tale by Hans Christian Andersen, Cornelius is the prince of the Fairies and the son of King Colbert and Queen Tabitha in the 1994 adaption of "Thumbelina", voiced by Gary Imhoff. Other adaptions include:
King Gristle Jr. Trolls He was formerly the prince of the Bergens in the beginning of the film. Voiced by Christopher Mintz-Plasse.
Pierre The Wonderful World of Puss 'n Boots Voiced by Jack Grimes in English and Toshiko Fujita in Japanese.

Television[edit]

Live action[edit]

Fictional prince Series title Notes
Prince Arthur The Adventures of Robin Hood Based on the historical Arthur I, Duke of Brittany. Portrayed by Peter Asher (three episodes, series 1 & 2), Richard O'Sullivan (one episode, series 3) and Jonathon Bailey (one episode, series 4)
Prince John The Adventures of Robin Hood Portrayed by Donald Pleasence, Hubert Gregg, and Brian Haines.
Princes of Aragon BBC Television Shakespeare

They both appeared in the episode "Much Ado About Nothing".

Prince Escalus BBC Television Shakespeare Portrayed by Laurence Naismith in the episode "Romeo & Juliet".
Prince Ferdinand BBC Television Shakespeare Portrayed by Christopher Guard in the episode "The Tempest".
Prince Hamlet BBC Television Shakespeare Portrayed by Derek Jacobi in the episode "Hamlet, Prince of Denmark".
Prince Othello BBC Television Shakespeare Portrayed by Anthony Hopkins in the episode "Othello".
Prince Pericles BBC Television Shakespeare Portrayed by Mike Gwilym in the episode "Pericles, Prince of Tyre".
Prince Yubi Benji, Zax & the Alien Prince The crown prince of the fictional planet of Antars. Portrayed by Christopher Burton.
George Blackadder Based on the historical figure of George IV of the United Kingdom. Portrayed by Hugh Laurie.
Prince Ludwig the Indestructible Blackadder Portrayed by Hugh Laurie in the episode "Chains".
Prince Buldont/Sprocket Chōriki Sentai Ohranger/Power Rangers Zeo He is the son of Emperor Bacchus Wrath/King Mondo and Empress Hysteria/Queen Machina. Voiced by Tomokazu Seki in Chōriki Sentai Ohranger and Barbara Goodson in Power Rangers Zeo.
Junior Gorg Fraggle Rock He is the self-proclaimed prince and heir-apparent of the "Universe" with his parents as its king and queen. Performed by Richard Hunt.
Prince Harry Galavant Prince of Hortensia. Portrayed by Kemaal Deen-Ellis.
Joffrey Baratheon Game of Thrones He was formerly the Crown Prince of the Seven Kingdoms, legal son of King Robert Baratheon and biological son of Cersei and Jaime Lannister; older brother of Tommen and Myrcella Baratheon. He becomes the king of the Seven Kingdoms after his legal father's death. Based on A Song of Ice and Fire novel series. Portrayed by Jack Gleeson.
Tommen Baratheon Game of Thrones He is the younger brother of Joffrey and Myrcella Baratheon and the husband of Margaery Tyrell. Portrayed by Callum Wharry (seasons 1-2) and Dean-Charles Chapman (seasons 4-6).
Theon Greyjoy Game of Thrones He is the son of Balon Greyjoy from the kingdom of Westeros. Portrayed by Alfie Allen.
Doran Martell Game of Thrones He is the prince of Dorne. Portrayed by Alexander Siddig.
Oberyn Martell
("Red Viper")
Game of Thrones He is the younger brother of Prince Doran and Princess Elia Martell. Portrayed by Pedro Pascal.
Trystane Martell Game of Thrones He is the son of Prince Doran Martell and is betrothed to Myrcella Baratheon. Portrayed by Toby Sebastian.
Viserys Targaryen Game of Thrones He is the exiled prince and the heir of the Targaryen dynasty, son of King Aerys II Targaryen and brother of Rhaegar and Daenerys Targaryen. Portrayed by Harry Lloyd.
Nikolas Cassadine General Hospital He is the prince of Russia, the son of Prince Stavros Cassadine and Laura Spencer and the father of Prince Spencer Cassadine.
Richard Winslow Guiding Light He is the prince of the island of San Cristobel. Portrayed by Bradley Cole.
Prince Munodi Gulliver's Travels The son of Empress Munodi. 1996 miniseries based on the novel of the same name by Jonathan Swift. Portrayed by Navin Chowdhry as a guest star.
Ka Suo Ice Fantasy The prince of the Ice Tribe. Portrayed by Feng Shaofeng.
Ying Kong Shi Ice Fantasy The younger half-brother of Ka Suo. Portrayed by Ma Tianyu.
Prince Lee Jae-ha The King 2 Hearts He is the Crown Prince, later King, of South Korea, the second son of Queen Bang Yang-seon and the brother of King Lee Jae-kang and Princess Lee Jae-shin. Portrayed by Kang Han-byeol as a child and Lee Seung-gi as a young man.
Crown Prince Yi Chang Kingdom Portrayed by Ju Ji-hoon.
Prince Fyren Legend of the Seeker The High Prince of Kelton. Portrayed by Toby Leonard Moore in season 2, episode 11 "Torn". Based on the novel series The Sword of Truth by Terry Goodkind.
King Arthur Pendragon Merlin He was formerly the prince of Camelot, the son of Uther and Ygraine Pendragon and half-brother of Lady Morgana Pendragon. Portrayed by Bradley James.
Prince Ivar Mystic Knights of Tir Na Nog Mystic Knight of Water. Portrayed by Justin Pierre.
Prince Achmed Once Upon a Time The prince from one of Agrabah's cities. Portrayed by Zahf Paroo.
Prince "Charming" David Once Upon a Time The adoptive son of King George, twin brother of Prince James, and the husband of Snow White. Portrayed by Josh Dallas (adult) and Luke Roessler (child).
Prince Gregor Once Upon a Time Portrayed by Julian Haig.
Prince Hans Once Upon a Time Portrayed by Tyler Jacob Moore.
Henry Daniel Mills Once Upon a Time The son of Emma Swan and Baelfire and adoptive son of Regina Mills. Portrayed by Andrew J. West (adult) and Jared S. Gilmore (child/teenager).
Prince Henry Mills Once Upon a Time The son of King Xavier and the husband of Cora Mills (Queen of Hearts). Portrayed by Tony Perez (adult) and Zak Santiago (younger adult).
Prince Mirza Once Upon a Time The son and heir of the Sultan of Lower Agrabah. Portrayed by Michael Sangha (adult) and Daniel Zolghadri (child).
Prince Neal Nolan Once Upon a Time The infant son of Prince David and Snow White and the younger brother of Emma Swan.
Prince Phillip Once Upon a Time Portrayed by Julian Morris.
The Prince Once Upon a Time Gregor's older brother who betrayed Ella. Portrayed by Liam Hall.
Prince Thomas Once Upon a Time The husband of Ella. Portrayed by Tim Phillipps.
Triplet Brothers Once Upon a Time Three sons of King Fergus and Queen Elinor and younger brothers of Queen Merida. Portrayed by Colton Barnert, Jordan Olson and Matthew Olson.
Prince George The Palace He is the son of the widowed Queen Charlotte and the late King James III; the brother of King Richard IV, Princess Eleanor and Princess Isabelle. Portrayed by Sebastian Armesto.
King Richard IV The Palace He was formerly Prince Richard of Wales until his father, King James III, suddenly dies in the first episode. Portrayed by Rupert Evans.
Prince Olympius ("Impus") Power Rangers Lightspeed Rescue He is the prince of the demons and the son of Queen Bansheera. Voiced by Brianne Siddall as an infant and Michael Forest as an adult.
Prince Vekar Power Rangers Megaforce The primary fleet leader of the Armada and the older son of Emperor Mavro. Voiced by Stephen Butterworth.
Prince Vrak Power Rangers Megaforce The second son of Emperor Mavro and younger brother of Prince Vekar. Voiced by Jason Hood.
Prince Gasket Power Rangers Zeo The first-built son of King Mondo and Queen Machina and the older brother of Prince Sprocket. Voiced by Douglas Sloan.
Prince Caspian Prince Caspian/The Voyage of the Dawn Treader The former prince, later king, of Narnia. Portrayed by Jean Marc Perret (teenager) and Samuel West (adult).
Prince Lee Hoo/Kang Hoo Prince Hours A spin-off of the 2006 series Princess Hours. Portrayed by Seven.
Prince Lee Joon Prince Hours Portrayed by Kang Doo.
Prince Maxemil "Emil" Vanderklaut III Prince of Peoria He is the prince of Buronia and the main character of the series. Portrayed by Gavin Lewis.
King Anand Wangchuck Princess and I He was formerly Prince Anand of Yangdon, son of the late King Majaraja Wangchuck in the first episode "A Princess is born". Portrayed by Albert Martinez.
Prince Jan Alfonso "Jao" Rinpoche Princess and I The son of Ashi Behati Rinpoche. Portrayed by Enrique Gil.
Crown Prince Lee Shin Princess Hours 2006 South Korean television series based on the manhwa Goong. Portrayed by Ju Ji-hoon.
Prince Lee Yul Princess Hours The son of Prince Lee Soo and Lady Hwa-young. Portrayed by Kim Jeong-hoon.
Prince Cyrus Henstridge The Royals The brother of King Simon Henstridge and the duke of York. Portrayed by Jake Maskall.
Prince Liam Henstridge The Royals The son of King Simon and Queen Helena Henstridge, the twin brother of Princess Eleanor Henstridge and the heir to the throne of England. Portrayed by William Moseley.
Prince Sebastian Idrisi The Royals Portrayed by Toby Sandeman.
Prince Richard Scandal The prince of Caledonia and the son of Queen Isabel. He appeared in season 5, episode 1 "Heavy Is the Head" and was portrayed by Adam Fergus.
Ander Elessedil The Shannara Chronicles He was formerly the irresponsible prince, younger son of King Eventine, due to the death of his older brother Aine. He later becomes a responsible king of the Elves. Portrayed by Aaron Jakubenko.
Prince Rilian The Silver Chair Prince of Narnia and the son of King Caspian. Played by Richard Henders.
Prince Harold III Sliders The prince of the Americas and the son of the late King Thomas. Portrayed by Ben Bodé in the episode "The Prince of Wails".
Prince Aethelwulf Vikings The son of King Ecbert of Wessex. He is the husband of Princess Judith of Northumbria and the father of Prince Aethelred. Based on the historical Æthelwulf of Wessex. Portrayed by Moe Dunford.
Prince Ari Vikings The younger son of King Horik. Portrayed by Jay Duffy.
Prince Burgred Vikings Based on the historical Burgred of Mercia. Portrayed by Aaron Monaghan.
Prince Egbert Vikings The son of King Aelle and Queen Ealhswith. Portrayed by Sean Treacy.
Prince Erlendur Vikings He is the first son of King Horik and Ari's older brother. Portrayed by Edvin Endre.
Eerde A Weaver on the Horizon A Mongol prince. Portrayed by Lou Yejiang.

Animation and anime[edit]

Fictional prince Series title Notes
Prince Huge Adventure Time He is an oversized prince who has been turned into a Mega Frog. He appeared in the episode "The Hard Easy" and was voiced by Brian Doyle-Murray.
Prince Turhan Arabian Knights The prince of Baghdad and the rightful heir to the throne of the Sultan. Voiced by Jay North.
Prince Argaï Argai: The Prophecy The son of King Khar and the main protagonist of the series. Voiced by Bruno Choël.
Prince Zuko Avatar: The Last Airbender He is the prince of the Fire Nation.
Prince Hydron Bakugan Battle Brawlers The prince of Vestal, commander of the Vexos, and the son of King Zenoheld. Voiced by Lyon Smith (English) and Sōichirō Hoshi (Japanese).
Prince Tuftan Batman: The Brave and the Bold The highly evolved tiger who is the son of Great Caesar and heir to the Tiger Empire. Voiced by Yuri Lowenthal.
Prince Gyula Ben 10: Ultimate Alien The prince of Zarkovia and the son of King Xarion. Voiced by Greg Ellis.
Soma Asman Kadar Black Butler The Indian prince of Bengal. Voiced by Shinnosuke Tachibana in Japanese and Christopher Ayres in English.
Prince Lyle Captain N: The Game Master The son of the banished King Charles and the brother of Princess Lana; the former prince of Videoland.
Prince Plenty Captain N: The Game Master The ruler who reigns over Kongoland.
The Prince Chimpui He is the prince of the planet Mahl whose Eri Kasugi has fate to marry him.
Lelouch vi Britannia Code Geass The former prince of the Holy Britannian Empire and the main protagonist of the series. Voiced by Jun Fukuyama (Japanese) and Johnny Yong Bosch (English).
Odysseus eu Britannia Code Geass The First Prince of the Holy Britannian Empire and the first older brother of Lelouch. Voiced by Jin Yamanoi (Japanese) and Peter Emshwiller (English).
Schneizel el Britannia Code Geass The Second Prince of the Holy Britannian Empire and the Prime Minister of Britannia; the second older brother of Lelouch. Voiced by Norihiro Inoue (Japanese) and Troy Baker (English).
Duhiel Crest of the Stars Abriel Nei Debrusc Duhiel. He is the younger brother of Princess Abriel Lafiel and the son of the King of Kryv.
Dusanyu Crest of the Stars Abriel Nei Lamsar Larth Balkei Dusanyu, the Crown Prince of the Abh Empire of Mankind.
Prince Tuesday Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood He is the prince of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and the older son of King Friday XIII and Queen Sarah Saturday. Voiced by Tommy Lioutas.
Prince Wednesday Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood He is the younger son of King Friday XIII and Queen Sarah Saturday; the second prince of the Neighborhood of Make-Believe and the younger brother of Prince Tuesday. Voiced by Nicholas Kaegi (season 1) and Jaxon Mercey (season 2-present).
Prince Aragon Danny Phantom Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.
Dave Dave the Barbarian The barbarian war-prince of Udrogoth, the brother of the Princesses Candy and Fang, the son of King Throktar and Queen Glimia and the titular protagonist of the show. Voiced by Danny Cooksey.
Prince Derek Disenchantment He is prince of Dreamland, the son of King Zøg and Queen Dagmar, the stepson of Queen Oona and the half-brother of Princess Bean. Voiced by Tress MacNeille.
Prince Guysbert Disenchantment The prince of Bentwood. Voiced by David Herman.
Prince Merkimer Disenchantment Prince Guysbert's younger brother. He was arranged to marry Princess Bean, but was turned into a pig. Voiced by Matt Berry.
Princes from Dora the Explorer Dora the Explorer There are few princes who have appeared once in each of the episodes:
  • Prince Ramon, appeared in the episode "Dora Saves The Prince" and voiced by Rene Aviles.
  • The Prince of Fairy Tale Land, appeared in the episode "Dora's Fairytale Adventure" and voiced by Jose Zelaya.
  • The Prince of the Cloud Castle, appeared in the episode "Star Catcher" and voiced by Asher Book.
  • Prince Miguel, appeared in the episode "Dora's Museum Sleepover Adventure" and voiced by Sebastian Carrero.
Vegeta IV Dragon Ball He is the prince of the Saiyans and the son of King Vegeta III.
Ezran The Dragon Prince The crown prince of Katolis and the son of King Harrow. Voiced by Sasha Rojen.
Callum The Dragon Prince Ezran's older stepbrother. Voiced by Jack De Sena.
Mark Chang The Fairly OddParents He is the alien prince of the planet Yugopotamia. Voiced by Rob Paulsen.
Hard-to-Hit Fox's Peter Pan & the Pirates He is the prince of the Native American tribe in Neverland; the son of Chief Great Big Little Panther and the younger brother of Tiger Lily. Based on the original story of Peter Pan by J.M. Barrie. Voiced by Aaron Lohr.
Princes from Fushigiboshi no Futagohime Fushigiboshi no Futagohime
  • Shade ("Eclipse"), the prince of the Moon Kingdom.
  • Tio, the prince of the Flame Kingdom.
  • Narlo, the baby prince of the Water Drop Kingdom.
  • Solo, the prince of the Seed Kingdom.
  • Bright, the prince of the Jewelry Kingdom.
  • Auler, the prince of the Windmill Kingdom.
Princes from Fushigiboshi no Futagohime Gyu! Fushigiboshi no Futagohime Gyu!
  • Toma, the prince of the planet Wulpurgis.
  • Noche, the prince of the planet Orchestra.
  • Fango, the prince of the planet Gretel.
  • Melon, the prince of the planet Naniwan.
  • Hiruzu, the prince of the planet Gorgeous.
Porun Futari wa Pretty Cure The Prince of the Garden of Light.
Pandat Galtar and the Golden Lance The prince of the Nerms. Voiced by Don Messick.
Zorn Galtar and the Golden Lance The mind-controlling brother of Princess Goleeta; the former prince of Bandisar. Voiced by David Mendenhall.
Prince Malcolm Gargoyles The son of Malcolm I of Scotland, brother of King Kenneth and the father of Princess Katharine.
Prince Hope Grand Kanata Go! Princess PreCure The crown prince of the Hope Kingdom.
Prince Adam ("He-Man") He-Man and the Masters of the Universe
The New Adventures of He-Man
The son of King Randor and Queen Marlena; prince of Eternia and twin brother of Princess Adora.
Arslan The Heroic Legend of Arslan Based on the Japanese novel of the same name. Voiced by Aaron Dismuke in English and Yūsuke Kobayashi in Japanese.
Prince Wally the Third Kim Possible The arrogant prince of Rodeghan. Voiced by Rob Paulsen.
Prince Nata Kirakira PreCure a la Mode The prince of Confeito. He appeared in the episode "Lightning Fast Wedding!? Princess Yukari!".
Prince Desna The Legend of Korra Son of Chief Unalaq of the Northern Water Tribe and twin brother of Princess Eska.
Prince Wu The Legend of Korra The great-nephew of the late Earth Queen Hou-Ting and great-grandson of Earth King Kuei.
Prince Valiant The Legend of Prince Valiant The exiled prince of Thule and the titular character of the show. Voiced by Robby Benson.
Prince Michael The Legend of Prince Valiant The prince, later king, of Northland. Voiced by Wil Wheaton.
Prince Richard The Legend of Snow White The prince of Albertville. Italian-Japanese anime series. Voiced by Takehito Koyasu.
Prince Façade The Legend of Zelda He is the prince of Arcadia who only appeared in the episode "The White Knight".
Prince Chris ("Wish") Lilpri The son of the Queen of Fairyland. Voiced by Tetsuya Kakihara.
Kion The Lion Guard He is the prince of the Pride Lands, the son of King Simba and Queen Nala, brother of Kiara and the main protagonist of the series. Voiced by Max Charles.
Prince Eric The Little Mermaid Based on the Disney film of the same name. Voiced by Jeff Bennett.
Prince Bu The Little Troll Prince Voiced by Danny Cooksey.
Prince Borch The Little Troll Prince Voiced by Rob Paulsen (right head) and Laurie Faso (left head).
Prince Prag The Little Troll Prince Voiced by Neil Ross (right head) and Frank Welker (left head).
Aladdin Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic He is the son of King Solomon and Queen Sheba and the former prince of Alma Torran. Voiced by Erica Mendez (English) Kaori Ishihara (Japanese).
Alibaba Saluja Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic He was taken by his father, the King, as the third prince of Balbadd after his mother's death. Voiced by Erik Scott Kimerer (English) and Yūki Kaji (Japanese).
Mystras Leoxses Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic The first prince of Sasan. Voiced by Robbie Daymond (English) and Wataru Hatano (Japanese).
Spartos Leoxses Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic He was originally the second prince of Sasan and the younger brother of Mystras. Voiced by Sam Riegel (English) and Wataru Hatano (Japanese).
Princes of the Kou Empire Magi: The Labyrinth of Magic
Prince Ferio Magic Knight Rayearth He is the younger brother of Princess Emeraude.
Prince Neel Mira, Royal Detective An upcoming Disney Junior television series which will feature Kamran Lucas as the voice of Prince Neel of the fictional kingdom of Jalpur.[36][37]
Shining Armor My Little Pony Friendship is Magic The captain of the Canterlot royal guard, Shining Armor is married to Princess Cadance to become a co-ruler of the Crystal Empire. He is the father of Princess Flurry Heart and the older brother of Twilight Sparkle. Voiced by Andrew Francis.
Ojarumaru Sakanoue Ojarumaru Also known as Prince Mackaroo. He is the five-year-old Heian-era prince from the Fairy World. Voiced by Hiroko Konishi (Series 1-3) and Chinami Nishimura (Series 4-present).
Vinsmoke Princes One Piece The four princes of the Germa Kingdom and the four sons of King Judge and Queen Sora.
  • Vinsmoke Sanji, the former prince
  • Vinsmoke Ichiji
  • Vinsmoke Niji
  • Vinsmoke Yonji
Ren The Pirates of Dark Water He is the prince of the Octopon Kingdom and the son of the late King Primus. Voiced by George Newbern.
Akata The Prince of Atlantis The last Atlantean prince of Atlantis.
Prince Franz Princess Sissi Voiced by Terrence Scammell.
Prince Karl Princess Sissi Voiced by Jacob Tierney.
Prince Mytho Princess Tutu Voiced by Naoki Yanagi in Japanese and Jay Hickman in English.
Romeo Candore De Montague Romeo × Juliet The crown prince and heir to the throne of Neo Verona; son of Lord Leontes Montague and Lady Portia. Voiced by Takahiro Mizushima (Japanese) and Chris Burnett (English).
Prince Endymion ("Tuxedo Mask") Sailor Moon
Sailor Moon Crystal
He is the prince of the Earth Kingdom. In the future he becomes King Endymion of Crystal Tokyo as the husband of Neo-Queen Serenity and the father of Chibiusa.
Prince Demand/Diamond Sailor Moon
Sailor Moon Crystal
He is the leader of the Black Moon Clan.
Saphir/Sapphire Sailor Moon
Sailor Moon Crystal
Although he never actually held the title of "prince", he is one the members of the Black Moon Clan and the younger brother of Prince Demand (Diamond).
Jack Samurai Jack He is the prince from feudal Japan, the son of the Emperor and the Empress and the titular protagonist of the series. Voiced by Phil LaMarr.
The Prince Scooby-Doo! in Arabian Nights He is the Arabian prince who is the love interest of Aliyah-Din in the gender-bent version of "Aladdin". Voiced by Rob Paulsen.
Prince Forsyth Scrapped Princess The Crown Prince of the Leinwan kingdom and the biological twin brother of the series' main protagonist, Pacifica. Voiced by Junji Majima in Japanese and Dave Wittenberg in English.
Prince Spong The Secret Show The leader of the Floaty Heads of the planet Zabulon.
Prince Pyrus Shadow Raiders He is the prince of the Planet Fire. Voiced by Matt Hill.
Philionel "Phil" El Di Seyruun Slayers The crown prince of Seyruun and the father of Amelia Wil Tesla and Gracia Ul Naga Seyruun.
Raji Shenazard Snow White with the Red Hair The first prince of Tanbarun and the older son of King Shenazard. Voiced by Jun Fukuyama (Japanese) and Todd Haberkorn (English).
Eugena Shenazard Snow White with the Red Hair The second prince of Tanbarun, younger son of King Shenazard and younger brother of Raji. Voiced by Mikako Komatsu (Japanese) and Megan Shipman (English).
Izana Wistaria Snow White with the Red Hair The first prince of Clarines and the older son of the late King Kain and Queen Haruto Wistaria. Voiced by Akira Ishida (Japanese) and Eric Vale (English).
Zen Wistaria Snow White with the Red Hair The second prince of Clarines, second son of King Kain and Queen Haruto Wistaria, younger brother of Izana and one of the main characters of the show. Voiced by Ryōta Ōsaka (Japanese) and Josh Grelle (English).
Princes from Sofia the First Sofia the First
  • Prince James, stepbrother of Sofia the First and Princess Amber's twin brother, the Prince of Enchancia. Voiced by Zach Callison, Tyler Merna and Nicolas Cantu.
  • Prince Hugo, the prince who attends Royal Prep. Voiced by Colin Ford and Grayson Hunter.
  • Prince Axel, Hugo's older brother. Voiced by Colin Ford.
  • Prince Jin of Wei-Ling, son of Emperor Quon and Empress Lin-Lin. Voiced by Brian JY Lee, J.J. Totah and Forrest Wheeler.
  • Prince Khalid of Khaldoun, son of King Nasir and Queen Anya. Voiced by Khamani Griffin and Jaden Betts.
  • Prince Zander of Tangu. Voiced by Maxim Knight, Karan Brar, Cade Sutton and Nathaniel Semsen.
  • Prince Desmond, voiced by Maxim Knight and Joshua Carlon.
Sonic the Hedgehog Sonic Underground Sonic appears in the show as the crown prince of Mobius who is the son of Queen Aleena and the brother of Manic and Sonia. Voiced by Jaleel White; singing voice by Sam Vincent.
Manic the Hedgehog Sonic Underground Voiced by Jaleel White (speaking) and Tyley Ross (singing).
Prince Gaima Starzinger Voiced by Keiichi Noda.
Seiran Shi The Story of Saiunkoku Based on the Japanese light novel of the same name. Voiced by Andrew Francis in English and Hikaru Midorikawa in Japanese.
Prince Krel Tarron Tales of Arcadia Voiced by Diego Luna.
Eugene Fitzherbert Tangled: The Series Based on the Disney film of the same name.
Prince Dandarn Time Travel Tondekeman Voiced by Akira Kamiya.
Prince Puppycorn Unikitty! He is the younger brother of Princess Unikitty but is a hybrid pug dog/unicorn; the rightful prince of the Unikingdom. Voiced by Grey Griffin.
Prince Lotor Voltron Voiced by Lennie Weinrib in the 1980s version, Tim Curry in the 1990s version, Mark Hildreth in the 2011 version, and A. J. Locascio in the 2016 version.
Prince Adale Wakfu The crown prince of New Sufokia.
Prince Armand Sheran Sharm Wakfu He is the prince of Sadida and the brother of Princess Amalia Sheran Sharm.
Prince Cashmere Wander Over Yonder Voiced by Bill Fagerbakke.
Prince Nereus Winx Club The merman crown prince of the planet Andros.
Prince Sky Winx Club The crown prince of the planet Eraklyon.
Prince Thoren Winx Club The paladin and the cousin of Prince Sky.
Tritannus Winx Club The former merprince of Andros, the evil twin brother of Nereus and one of the main antagonists of the series.

Radio[edit]

Fictional prince Radio title Notes
Prince of the Pigeon People Special Relativity[38] Played by Dee Bradley Baker.

Video games[edit]

Fictional prince Game title(s) System(s) Note
Prince Egle Alex Kidd in Miracle World Master System
Matthias Ferrié Adalet Atelier Lydie & Suelle: The Alchemists and the Mysterious Paintings The crown prince of Adalet and a knight in training. Voiced by Yuuki Inoue.
Janus Chrono Trigger The prince of Zeal and the younger brother of Princess Schala.
Sebastian Vael Dragon Age II
The kind but often mocked prince in exile of Starkhaven. He is only available through The Exiled Prince DLC. Voiced by Alec Newman.
Alistair Dragon Age: Origins
He is the son of King Maric and Fiona and the heir to the throne of Ferelden who may be put on as the king. Voiced by Steve Valentine.
Prince of Cannock Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line NES/Famicom The cousin of the Prince of Midenhall and one of the main characters of the game.
Prince of Midenhall Dragon Quest II: Luminaries of the Legendary Line NES/Famicom The main protagonist of the game.
Prince Harry Dragon Quest V: Hand of the Heavenly Bride The elder son of the King of Coburg.
Prince Kiefer Dragon Quest VII: Fragments of the Forgotten Past
He is the prince and heir to the throne of Estard. He also appeared as the main character in Dragon Quest Monsters: Caravan Heart.
Prince Charmles Dragon Quest VIII: Journey of the Cursed King
  • PS2
  • Android
  • iOS
  • Nintendo 3DS
Spoiled prince of Argonia.
Prince Cesar Dragon Quest Heroes II
  • PS3
  • Vita
  • PS4
  • Switch
  • Windows
The mighty warrior prince and one of the main characters of the game.
Prince Anlace Dragon Quest Swords: The Masked Queen and the Tower of Mirrors Wii The prince of Avalonia.
Demogorgon Dungeons & Dragons Various He is the powerful demon prince, better known as the Prince of Demons.
The Prince (The Hero) Fable III
  • Xbox 360
  • Windows
The player may choose to control either a male character (The Prince/The Hero), voiced by Louis Tamone, or a female character (The Princess/The Heroine), voiced by Mischa Goodman.
Prince Gordon Final Fantasy II The prince of Kas'ion.
Prince Scott Final Fantasy II
  • Famicom
  • WonderSwan Color
  • PlayStation
  • GBA
  • PSP
  • iOS
  • Android
Gordon's older brother.
Edward Chris von Muir Final Fantasy IV
He is the prince of Damcyan who later becomes the seventh king of the region.
Edward Geraldine Final Fantasy IV
  • SNES
  • PlayStation
  • WonderSwan Color
  • GBA
  • FOMA 903i/703i
  • PSP
Also known simply as "Edge". He is the skilled ninja prince of Eblan.
Eald'narche Final Fantasy XI
  • PS2
  • Windows
  • Xbox 360
The Zilart prince.
Kam'lanaut Final Fantasy XI
  • PS2
  • Windows
  • Xbox 360
Eald'narche's brother.
Rasler Heios Nabradia Final Fantasy XII
He was the prince of Nabradia.
Noctis Lucis Caelum Final Fantasy XV
  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • Windows
Also known simply as Noct. He is the crown prince of Lucis and the only son and heir of King Regis Lucis Caelum CXIII.
Ravus Nox Fleuret Final Fantasy XV
  • PS4
  • Xbox One
  • Windows
Formerly the prince of Tenebrae, older brother of the former Princess Lunafreya the oracle, he is the high commander and the secondary antagonist of the game.
Orinas Atkascha Final Fantasy Tactics PlayStation Prince of Ordalia and younger brother of Princess Ovelia Atkascha.
Chrom Fire Emblem Awakening Nintendo 3DS One of the main characters of the game, he is the prince from Ylisse ruled by his sister Queen Emmeryn. Voiced by Matthew Mercer in English and Tomokazu Sugita in Japanese.
Conrad Fire Emblem Echoes: Shadows of Valentia Nintendo 3DS He is the prince of Zofia, the son of King Lima IV and half-brother of Princess Celica. Voiced by Marc Diraison in English and Takuya Satou in Japanese.
Corrin (Avatar) Fire Emblem Fates Nintendo 3DS The player may choose to control either a male character (Nohr Prince), voiced by Cam Clarke in English and Nobunaga Shimazaki in Japanese, or a female character (Nohr Princess), voiced by Stephanie Lemelin in English and Satomi Sato in Japanese.
Hoshidan Princes Fire Emblem Fates Nintendo 3DS
  • Ryoma, the first prince of Hoshido, older son of King Sumeragi and Queen Ikona; older stepson of Queen Mikoto. Voiced by Matthew Mercer in English and Yuichi Nakamura in Japanese.
  • Takumi, the second prince of Hoshido, younger son of King Sumeragi and Queen Ikona; younger stepson of Queen Mikoto. Voiced by Roger Rose and Michael Sinterniklaas in English[39] and Yūki Kaji in Japanese.

Brothers of the Hoshidan princesses Hinoka and Sakura.

Nohrian Princes Fire Emblem Fates Nintendo 3DS
  • Xander, first prince of Nohr and older son of King Garon. Voiced by David Stanbra (English) and Katsuyuki Konishi (Japanese).
  • Leo, second prince of Nohr and younger son of King Garon. Voiced by Max Mittelman (English) and Mamoru Miyano (Japanese).

Brothers of the Nohrian princesses Camilla and Elise.

Julius Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War Super Famicom The scion of Loptyr and the prince of Grannvale.
Kurth Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War Super Famicom He was the prince of Grannvale who was murdered.
Leif Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War Super Famicom Prince of Leonster and the brother of Princess Altena.
Quan Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War Super Famicom The prince of Leonster and the father of Prince Leif and Princess Altena.
Seliph Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War Super Famicom The prince of Chalphy and the son of Prince Sigurd and Queen Deirdre.
Sigurd Fire Emblem: Genealogy of the Holy War Super Famicom The prince of Grannvale and Chalphy; Seliph's father.
Alfonse Fire Emblem Heroes
  • Android
  • iOS
The prince of the Askr Kingdom and the older brother of Princess Sharena.
Bruno Fire Emblem Heroes
  • Android
  • iOS
The prince of the Emblian Empire and older half-brother of Princess Veronica.
Hríd Fire Emblem Heroes
  • Android
  • iOS
The prince of the Nifl Kingdom and the older brother of the princesses Gunnthrá, Fjorm and Ygler.
Reyson Fire Emblem: Path of Radiance Nintendo GameCube He is the white-winged Heron prince of Serenes, son of King Lorazieh and brother of Princess Leanne.
Rafiel Fire Emblem: Radiant Dawn Wii He is the first Heron prince of Serenes and older brother of Reyson and Leanne.
Marth Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
Fire Emblem: Mystery of the Emblem
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
Fire Emblem: New Mystery of the Emblem
  • Famicom
  • Nintendo DS
Better known as the heroic prince of Altea, Marth is one of the primary protagonists of the series. He is currently voiced by Yuri Lowenthal in English and Hikaru Midorikawa in Japanese.
Michalis Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon and the Blade of Light
Fire Emblem: Shadow Dragon
  • Famicom
  • Nintendo DS
He is the prince of Macedon and older brother of Princess Minerva and Princess Maria.
Elffin Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade Game Boy Advance Although he is the local rebel, Elffin is actually the prince of Etruria.
Zephiel Fire Emblem: The Blazing Blade Game Boy Advance He was formerly the prince of Bern, son of King Desmond and Queen Hellene. He becomes the king of Bern and the main antagonist in Fire Emblem: The Binding Blade.
Ephrain Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones Game Boy Advance The prince of Renais, twin brother of Princess Eirika and one of the main characters of the game.
Innes Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones Game Boy Advance He is the prince of Frelia and older brother of Princess Tana.
Lyon Fire Emblem: The Sacred Stones Game Boy Advance The prince of Grado and the secondary antagonist of the game.
Claude Fire Emblem: Three Houses Nintendo Switch The heir of House Riegan and the leader of the Golden Deer. Voiced by Joe Zieja in English and Toshiyuki Toyonaga in Japanese.
Dimitri Fire Emblem: Three Houses Nintendo Switch The prince of the Holy Kingdom of Faerghus and the leader of the Blue Lions. Voiced by Chris Hackney in English and Kaito Ishikawa in Japanese.
Darios Fire Emblem Warriors
Prince of the Gristonne Kingdom and the son of King Oskar. Voiced by Xander Mobus (English) and Takuya Sato (Japanese).
Rowan Fire Emblem Warriors
  • Nintendo Switch
  • New Nintendo 3DS
Prince of the Aytolis Kingdom, son of Queen Yelena, and younger twin brother of Princess Lianna. Voiced by Nicolas Roye in English and Yuuma Uchida in Japanese.
Prince James Stewart Gabriel Knight 3: Blood of the Sacred, Blood of the Damned Windows The prince of Albany and a descendant of the House of Stuart. Voiced by Simon Templeman.
Prince Ander Gemfire The leader of the Lyles.
Prince Erin Gemfire
  • MSX
  • NES
  • SNES
  • Mega Drive/Genesis
  • MS-DOS
  • NEC PC-9801
  • FM Towns
  • Sharp X68000
  • NEC PC-8801
  • Windows
The leader of the Blanches.
Crown Prince Ice Palace Commodore 64
The Prince JumpStart Adventures 4th Grade: Haunted Island
The character based on "The Frog Prince" in the Enchanted Forest, in an early version of the JumpStart Adventures 4th Grade game prior to its updated version Sapphire Falls. Voiced by Tony Pope.
Prince Richard Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru Game Boy The prince of the Custard Kingdom.
Sablé Prince Kaeru no Tame ni Kane wa Naru Game Boy He is the prince of the Sablé Kingdom.
The Prince Katamari Also referred to as the Dashing Prince or the Prince of All Cosmos; he is the son of the King of All Cosmos and the main protagonist of the game series.
Prince Alexander
(aka Gwydion)
King's Quest III: To Heir Is Human
Prince Edgar King's Quest IV: The Perils of Rosella
  • MS-DOS
  • Amiga
  • Apple II
  • Apple IIGS
  • Atari ST
Prince Fluff Kirby's Epic Yarn
  • Wii
  • Nintendo 3DS
He is the prince of Patch Land.
Prince Sidon The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild
The prince of the Zoras, son of King Dorephan and the brother of Princess Mipha.
Prince Ralis The Legend of Zelda: Twilight Princess
The crown prince of the Zoras and the son King Zora and Queen Rutela.
Prince Dreambert Mario & Luigi: Dream Team Nintendo 3DS The prince of the Pi'illo people.
Prince Peasley Mario & Luigi: Superstar Saga Game Boy Advance The prince of the Beanbean kingdom and the son of Queen Bean.
Prince Paco Marvel Land Also known as Talmit.
Goro Mortal Kombat Arcade
Rain Mortal Kombat Arcade He is the Prince of Edenia.
Prince Prince of Persia Various There are several distinct Prince characters and all sharing general traits for several main protagonists of the series.
Tapioca Princess Quest The prince of Dilma. Voiced by Emi Shinohara.
Ferdinand Marl E. Rhapsody: A Musical Adventure
  • PlayStation
  • PSN
  • DS
He was the former prince, later king, of the Marl Kingdom.
Nick Shining Force Gaiden Sega Game Gear
Mallow Super Mario RPG: Legend of the Seven Stars SNES The rightful prince of Nimbus Land who has been turned into a tadpole.
Bowser Jr. Super Mario Sunshine GameCube He is the son of the Koopa King Bowser and one of the main antagonists of the Mario series.
Prince AbeABE Super Monkey Ball Adventure
The monkey prince of Monkitropolis.
Cecil Aijima Uta no Prince-sama PlayStation Portable He is the prince of Agnapolis. Voiced by Kousuke Toriumi.
Arthas Menethil Warcraft III: Reign of Chaos He was formerly the crown prince of Lordaeron. He is currently known as the Lich King.
Zeke Xenoblade Chronicles 2 Nintendo Switch The prince of Tantal.
Prince Pine Yoshi's Safari SNES The son of King Fret and the prince of Jewelry Land.

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Prince Drakath Slugwrath AdventureQuest The son of King Slugwrath. He is known as the human prince who becomes the Darkness Dragon.
Prince Shirian AdventureQuest The Drakel prince of Deren and son of King Tralin and Queen Kithia.

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  1. ^ The Prince and the Puppy at Goodreads
  2. ^ Andrew Lang, The Olive Fairy Book,"The Snake Prince"
  3. ^ Le Merle d'or, by Paul Sébillot, on French Wikisource.
  4. ^ "THE GOLDEN BLACKBIRD from Andrew Lang's Fairy Books". mythfolklore.net.
  5. ^ The Prince Martin Epic series at Goodreads
  6. ^ a b Beyond the Greenest Hill: A Fairy Tale at Goodreads
  7. ^ Andrew Lang, The Violet Fairy Book
  8. ^ Red, White & Royal Blue at Goodreads
  9. ^ The Kiss That Missed at Goodreads
  10. ^ The Dog Prince at Goodreads
  11. ^ Long Live the King! at Inkitt
  12. ^ The Royal Treatment at Goodreads
  13. ^ The Ile-Rien Books by Martha Wells
  14. ^ A Vengeful Reflection: The Story of Princess Elise at Goodreads
  15. ^ Baron: The Cat Returns at Goodreads
  16. ^ The Prince and the Dressmaker at Goodreads
  17. ^ "Disney's Mulan JR". Retrieved 25 May 2014.
  18. ^ The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Hollywood Follies on IMDb
  19. ^ Christmas with a Prince on IMDb
  20. ^ It is Hell with the Princess on IMDb
  21. ^ My Christmas Prince on IMDb
  22. ^ My Summer Prince on IMDb
  23. ^ The Prince and the Pauper (2000) on IMDb
  24. ^ Royal Matchmaker on IMDb
  25. ^ Royal New Year's Eve on IMDb
  26. ^ Royally Ever After on IMDb
  27. ^ a b A Winter Princess on IMDb
  28. ^ a b List of Disney Prince and Princess Names
  29. ^ a b Barbie in Rock 'n Royals on IMDb
  30. ^ Barbie in the Pink Shoes on IMDb
  31. ^ Barbie: Mariposa and the Fairy Princess on IMDb
  32. ^ Barbie: The Pearl Princess on IMDb
  33. ^ Enchanted Princess on IMDb
  34. ^ The Last Prince of Atlantis on IMDb
  35. ^ Little Insects on IMDb
  36. ^ "Production Begins on Disney Juniors Mira, Royal Detective, A Mystery-Adventure Series for Preschoolers Inspired by the Cultures and Customs of India". DisneyABCPress. Retrieved November 29, 2018.
  37. ^ "Disney Is Making An All-Indian Kids Cartoon, So I Guess It's Time To Have a Baby". TheAerogram. March 5, 2019.
  38. ^ "Special Relativity - A Radio Comedy starring Alex Borstein".
  39. ^ Takumi | Behind the Voice Actors

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