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List of characters in Family Guy From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation, search This article or section has multiple issues. Please help improve the article or discuss these issues on the talk page. It may require general cleanup to meet Wikipedia's quality standards. Tagged since July 2008. It describes a work or element of fiction in a primarily in-universe style that may require cleanup. Tagged since July 2008. It has been suggested that this article be split into multiple articles. (Discuss) These are characters from the popular animated TV series Family Guy. Characters are only listed once, normally under the first applicable subsection in the list; very minor characters are listed with a more regular character with whom they are associated. Contents [hide] 1 Griffin family 1.1 Relatives 1.1.1 Peter's family 1.1.2 Lois's family 1.1.3 Brian's family 2 Other families 2.1 Browns 2.2 Goldmans 2.3 Quagmires 2.4 Swansons 2.5 Tuckers 3 Peter's work colleagues 3.1 Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory 3.2 Fishermen 3.3 Pawtucket Brewery 4 Schools 4.1 James Woods Regional High School 5 Channel 5 (WQHG) 6 Supernatural characters 7 Other characters 8 References 8.1 Bibliography  Griffin family Peter Griffin - The normal American father. Although he and his father never really had a relationship, he tries to have as a much of one as he can with his children. He often has ties and puns to everyday situations. He is quite unintelligent, and is also obese and a regular drinker. Voiced by Seth MacFarlane. Lois Griffin - Lois is the more than average housewife/mother. She is a stay-at-home mother that juggles her piano lessons, kids, and husband all in one day, while she dodges her homicidal infant, Stewie (although she is unaware of it). Voiced by Alex Borstein. Meg Griffin - Meg is an unattractive teenage drama queen. She is also the most hated member of the family. Because of this and her embarrassing family, she is bent on killing herself. Voiced by Mila Kunis. Chris Griffin - Chris is the middle child of the Griffin family. He is also very moronic, gullible, and obese. He is self-conscious but sometimes goes into denial of his weight. He greatly fears the evil monkey that lives in his closet. Voiced by Seth Green. Stewie Griffin - Stewie is the 1-year-old baby of Peter and Lois. He is bent on murdering his mother and consistently tries. However, in the later episodes, he shows no interest of killing Lois, and uses a normal vocabulary. He has a closet with hundreds of very dangerous and destructable weapons, and has a football-shaped head. Voiced by Seth MacFarlane. Brian Griffin - The family's talking dog whom Peter adopted when he found him a stray. He is often seen pointing out how ridiculous Peter's ideas are. He enjoys the opera and the theater. He can't seem to find the right woman, and is constantly dating new ones. He enjoys martinis, and is a smoker. He and Chris are the only members of the family who are able to understand Stewie talking. Voiced by Seth MacFarlane.  Relatives  Peter's family Francis Griffin - (deceased) Peter's Irish Catholic adoptive stepfather who has a strong religious lifestyle. He dislikes Lois because she is Protestant. Francis used to have a job at a steel mill; after his short retirement he became a body guard for the Pope. Francis died on Meg's seventeenth birthday when Peter, dressed up as a clown, got drunk and tried to ride a unicycle down the stairs. He ended up falling on top of Francis and breaking all of his ribs; despite the whole family's efforts to save him, Francis died in the hospital. His last words were, "Peter... you're a fat stinking drunk!" Voiced By Charles Durning. Thelma Griffin – Ex-wife to Francis and mother to Peter. She is 82 years old (as stated in "Mother Tucker"), and has gray hair with noticeable wrinkles below her eyes. She has purple earrings and a purple bead necklace. She also wears glasses like her son and husband and is a heavy smoker. Before Francis's death, she divorced him because she had "needs he didn't fill". Voiced By Phyllis Diller. Mickey McFinnigan - Peter's biological Irish father, who had an affair with Thelma Griffin on her vacation to Ireland
before Peter was born, as recounted in "Peter's Two Dads". He is the local town drunk, viewed by him and many others as a prestigious position. He did not believe Peter was his son until Peter challenged him to a drinking contest and won, winning his love and respect. His name is possibly a reference to a Mickey Finn, a drugged alcoholic beverage. Voiced By Seth MacFarlane. Nate Griffin - (long deceased) Peter's black ancestor. Originally mentioned in "Peter Griffin: Husband, Father...Brother?". Owned as a slave by Silas Pewterschmidt, he fell in love and secretly had sex with Lois "Laura Bush Lynne Cheney" Pewterschmidt to create an inter-racial family. He and his family fled to Quahog after being discovered by Silas. Bertram – Half-brother and nemesis of Stewie, unknown to other Griffin family members aside from Brian. Bertram appears as a spermatozoan in "Emission Impossible", and as a child in "Sibling Rivalry", with the same physical appearance in both episodes. He is fathered by Peter's sperm but was born by a lesbian couple. Voiced by Wallace Shawn.  Lois's family Carter Pewterschmidt – Billionaire industrialist, and owner of U.S. Steel. Husband to Barbara, father to Lois, Carol, and Patrick. He harbors a deep hatred for Peter. Barbara Pewterschmidt – Wife to Carter, mother to Lois, Carol, and Patrick. Carol Pewterschmidt – Sister to Lois Griffin and Patrick Pewterschmidt, daughter of Carter and Barbara; she has had nine husbands so far, all of whom left her. So far, she is apparently the only one in Lois's family who has not shown any hostility to Peter in the past or in the present. She had a baby boy in the episode "Emission Impossible". Voiced by Carol Kane. Marguerite Pewterschmidt (deceased) – Great-aunt to Lois Griffin and aunt to Carter. She owned the palatial Cherrywood Manor in Newport (now known to be "America's first presidential whorehouse"), which Lois inherited after her death while paying the Griffins a visit, dropping dead at their doorstep. She shared Carter's revilement of Peter. Voiced by Alex Borstein. Patrick Pewterschmidt - Lois's brother who was in a mental asylum for killing fat people. Patrick was known as "the fat guy strangler". Lois Laura Bush Lynne Cheney Pewterschmidt (long deceased) - Silas Pewterschmidt's daughter. Fell in love and started an inter-racial family in secret with Nate Griffin, Peter's black slave ancestor. Fled with her family to Quahog after being discovered by her father. Bears an obvious resemblance to Lois Griffin.  Brian's family Biscuit (deceased) – Brian's mother. He was taken away from her when he was a puppy. When she died, her caretakers had her stuffed and turned into an end table. After Brian discovers this, with Stewie, he steals his mother and buries her in a local park. Jasper – Brian's gay, flamboyant cousin, known for constantly telling dirty jokes. Self-described "rice queen", married to Ricardo, a "skinny, hairless Filipino boy". Brian roomed with Jasper when he moved to Hollywood to be a writer. He's the only other living anthropomorphic dog that has been seen on the show besides Brian, Todd, and New Brian. Ricardo - Jasper's Filipino husband; married in "You May Now Kiss the...Uh...Guy Who Receives". He apparently does not speak English and, in a deleted scene for this episode, doesn't even seem to realize that he's getting married to Jasper, being either that Ricardo is a human and Jasper is a dog, and/or that they are both males. Dylan Flannigan - Brian's human son, introduced in "The Former Life of Brian". Dylan was born to Brian by an ex-girlfriend. After her relationship with Brian ended and Dylan was born, his mother became poor and overweight and never bothered to raise Dylan who, in turn, became an unruly person. Though he was originally hostile to Brian, after going to live with him and finding common ground with him, he then turned his life around and went to live with his mother again so that he may do for her what Brian did for him. Dylan is fifteen.  Other families  Browns Cleveland Brown One of Peter Griffin's neighbors and friends. Currently, he owns and runs a deli. Cleveland is going to be starting his own spin-off, called The Cleveland Show. Voiced by Mike Henry. Loretta Brown Ex-wife of Cleveland and mother of Cleveland Jr. She has been known to hen-peck Cleveland and treat him harshly. Due to Cleveland's ineffectual nature, Loretta cheated on him with Glenn Quagmire in "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire" and eventually left him. Voiced by Alex Borstein. Cleveland Brown, Jr. Hyperactive son of Cleveland and Loretta. He has been seen only once since Cleveland and Loretta's divorce, in the episode "Perfect Castaway"; he is briefly seen mourning the apparent death of his father, who was lost at sea but still alive on a desert island with Peter Griffin, Joe Swanson, and Glenn Quagmire. It is generally assumed Loretta got custody of him even though he did not make an appearance in the episode Love Blactually. He will be in The Cleveland Show.  Goldmans Mort Goldman - A Jewish pharmacist, and one of Peter's friends. Suffers from many embarrassing health problems. Voiced by John G. Brennan. Muriel Goldman - Mort's wife voiced by Nicole Sullivan. Neil Goldman - Mort and Muriel's geeky son who formerly had a major crush on Meg. Voiced by Seth Green.  Quagmires Glenn Quagmire - The Griffins' next-door neighbour and Peter's friend. He is an airline pilot, but is best known for his sexual deviancies. Voiced by Seth MacFarlane.  Swansons Joe Swanson - The Griffins' paraplegic neighbor and Peter's friend. He was injured in his job as a police officer in episode "A Hero Sits Next Door". Has severe anger issues and a sexual dysfunction. Voiced by Patrick Warburton. Bonnie Swanson - Joe's timid and gentle wife, who had been pregnant from her first appearance in "A Hero Sits Next Door" in season one until "Ocean's Three and a Half" in season seven, when she finally gave birth. Her prolonged pregnancy was pointed out by Peter in the season four episode "Blind Ambition". Voiced by Jennifer Tilly. Kevin Swanson - Joe and Bonnie's teenage son. At one time, Meg had a crush on and dated him. Joe disciplines Kevin extremely strictly and never compliments him; as a result, Kevin has his father's anger problems. Voiced by Jon Cryer once, then voiced by Seth MacFarlane since. He hasn't been seen for quite a while. The reason for this is, as the show's creator Seth MacFarlane said in the DVD commentary for Peter's Two Dads, "There is absolutely nothing interesting about Kevin. He's just a boring character." Susie Swanson - Joe and Bonnie's baby daughter, born in "Ocean's Three and a Half."  Tuckers Tom Tucker - One of the local newscasters, he works at Channel 5. Voiced by Seth MacFarlane. In the pilot episode his name is Mike. Stacy Tucker - Tom's second wife, Jake's stepmother. It has been implied that the two have separated. Jake Tucker - Tom Tucker's deformed son and Chris' former classmate. He has an upside-down face.  Peter's work colleagues  Happy-Go-Lucky Toy Factory Jonathan Weed (deceased) - Peter's boss at the toy factory (based on Hasbro, headquartered in Pawtucket, RI), who spoke with a Hispanic accent and was described as an "effeminate weirdo" by his employees. He was often implied to be gay. He disapproved of nearly all of Peter's actions, mainly because
most of them were detrimental to the company, and has fired or come close to firing Peter on multiple occasions. He was invited to the Griffins' house for dinner, where he died choking on a dinner roll shortly after promoting Peter to head of toy development. In his will, he had the factory demolished to pave the way for the development of a hospital for the terminally ill. His great-grandfather's surname was 'Bermudagrass' after the weed-like, invasive species of ground cover Bermuda grass. He is later mentioned by Stewie right before he attempts to kill Lois in "Lois Kills Stewie". He was voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.  Fishermen Pasqual and Santos – Portuguese immigrants who work as fishermen with Peter. One was a cardiologist in Portugal. They do not speak a word of English, even when talking to those who do. They also saved Joe Swanson's life in the episode "The Cleveland-Loretta Quagmire". Curiously, they have odd accents, a mixture between Brazilian, African and Portuguese, making it really hard to understand for those who speak that language. They are in reference to the large Portuguese-American community located in southeastern Massachusetts and Rhode Island, which would include Quahog.  Pawtucket Brewery Angela - Peter's supervisor, in charge of the shipping department. Repeatedly awards Opie as employee of the month and promotes him. The character is said to be "obviously lesbian". Voiced by Carrie Fisher. Opie - Peter's former co-worker, who has won "Employee of the Month" more than once and has since been promoted ahead of Peter. Opie is severely mentally retarded. Opie has a bad haircut, speaks unintelligibly, wears different pairs of shoes at once, enjoys biting people's fingers and has at least once shoved a pencil into his brain by inserting it into his ear and repeatedly pounding his head on his desk. Fouad - An employee of the brewery who is apparently supposed to be of Arab ethnicity who speaks in a stereotypically loud and obnoxious manner. Fouad is extremely earnest in his attempts to understand subtleties in American English; such as the nature of a sarcastic or ironic comment. In all of his appearances so far he loudly laughs at a joke before explaining why it is funny with the format, "Ohohoho! Is funny because..." Voiced by Mike Henry.  Schools  James Woods Regional High School Connie D'Amico – Most popular girl in school. Often appears conceited. Does not like Meg and often plays pranks on her with her friends. All other members of the Griffin family, except for Chris, have stood up to Connie, with 3 in Meg's defense: 1st was by Lois in "And the Wiener Is...", who sent Quagmire to "scar her for life" after Meg was humiliated at a football game; 2nd by a drunk Brian in "Barely Legal", who put her off by foreshadowing her unpleasant, inevitable future after she teased Meg at a school dance; 3rd by Peter in "Peter's Daughter", who beat her up and gravely injured her after slamming her face eighteen times into the glass casing of a fire extinguisher after she mocked Meg yet again in the hall; and 4th by Stewie in "McStroke", who framed her for pedophilia and had her arrested as revenge for her teasing of how small his penis is (Stewie posed as a high school student at the time). Voiced by Lisa Wilhoit (and at least once by Fairuza Balk).. Rob Berler – Meg's teacher. He thinks that Meg shouldn't hang out with the 'popular clique', and when he catches her with them, he tells her to play alone somewhere, and tells the popular kids off for getting her hopes up.  He also says that having Meg as a lab partner is irresponsible ("Meg is awful"). He has also accidentally taped over an episode of NOVA with a sex tape he made with his wife, portraying him as a transvestite, but wanted to show it to the class anyway. He also seems to believe in vampires. Principal Shepherd – School Principal. Has been seen wearing a shirt with the word "Principal" on it. It's revealed in "When You Wish Upon a Weinstein" that he is Jewish. Voiced by Gary Cole.  Channel 5 (WQHG) Main article: Quahog 5 Tom Tucker – News Anchor. Diane Simmons (Lori Alan) is the station's News Anchor and talk show hostess. In the episode "The King is Dead", it is revealed that her birth name was Diane Seidelman. She and fellow anchor Tom Tucker often trade insults live on the air, her largest role to date on the show has been when Peter hired her to play Anna in his version of The King and I, she quit after he kept changing everything. It is revealed that her husband killed himself. Tricia Takanawa (Alex Borstein) is the main correspondent for Quahog Channel 5 News. Unlike her fellow news people, Tricia displays a strong, stoic attitude. Whenever Tucker or Simmons would switch the scene to Takanawa, either of the two would always say "Asian Correspondent Tricia Takanawa", or "Asian Reporter Tricia Takanawa". She is known for her flat, nasal voice and dead-pan attitude, even when laughing and during sex. She often starts a story by naming the presenter who has just linked to her, notably in her flat nasal tone such as "Dian-ne..." or "To-om...". On one occasion, however, she completely loses control while meeting David Bowie. Diane confirms her as being Japanese, Tricia is often made to do dirty jobs, such has covering a flu segment (prompting her to throw up), and to be abused in a hurricane report. In an uncanonical episode, she is grilled and eaten by Tom and Diane. Her explosion when she met David Bowie was publicised after she started to hump his left leg like a dog. In "North by North Quahog", she is not allowed into a hotel because of her ethnicity. In some episodes of MADtv, Borstein portrays a correspondent named Sue Napersville with a similar voice. Ollie Williams (Phil LaMarr) is the BlaccuWeather weather and sports correspondent for Quahog Channel 5 News. An African American, he is a parody of racial tokenism on the show (like Tricia Takanawa). Ollie only speaks in loud, short, booming phrases such as "It's gon' rain!", or "Wasn't really dead!". Tom would afterwards reply "Thanks Ollie," and move on to the next topic. Ollie is shown to be fairly adept with computers, telling Tom how to access his email from his home computer. His longest appearance has been in the opening segment of Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story.  Supernatural characters Jesus – Performs miracles around Quahog. His portrayal in Family Guy seems to be intentionally comically sacrilegious. He has appeared in biblical times and in modern Quahog. His powers back in the past were exaggerated; all he really did was dance, sing, and perform phony magic finger tricks, all at the same time, and an educational video on guns portrayed Jesus using a machine gun to fight Romans alongside Moses. In modern times, however, Jesus is able to do more extraordinary things, such as turn water into funk (with a disco ball, 70s-style outfits and disco music suddenly appearing when he snaps his fingers). Also in "The Courtship of Stewie's Father", it is apparent he and Joseph did not get along and he wanted to live with his father, though God would apparently make excuses and procrastinate, though in modern times they are seen briefly together in
"Blind Ambition". In "Petergeist" Stewie claims that Jesus is Chinese, that his full name is really "Jesus Hong", and that he has no idea where people are getting "Christ", because everyone on the show refers to Jesus' full name as if it were "Jesus Christ (treating the word "Christ" as his last name), though this is most likely a one time gag. He was also apparently much shorter in biblical times than what people are led to believe, which is possibly another one time gag since every other time he appears in normal height. He is an excellent golfer, as seen in Holy Crap, although he used his holy powers rather than skill. His first major role in the show was in the episode "I Dream of Jesus", where he is spotted living undercover on Earth, as he does every couple century. There was also a parody of The Passion of the Christ with "Passion of the Christ 2: Crucify This", which also starred Jim Caviezel as Jesus alongside Chris Tucker of Rush Hour fame. It was set in modern day with a buddy cop theme, also parodying the Rush Hour franchise. He is voiced by Seth MacFarlane. God - His portrayal seems to be intentionally sacrilegious. He has been seen in Quahog and in Heaven. Often regrets certain actions that have been recorded in The Bible. He is portrayed as quite the ladies man, though he once killed a lady by accident. He has also been depicted drunk. In a scene of the episode "If I'm Dyin' I'm Lyin'", he is shown to have a receptionist named Karen who mistakenly calls him "Mr. Patterson" to which he replies "uh... She's new here." He also talked to the kids in James Woods High in "Prick Up Your Ears" about not having premarital sex, even though he himself is a bit perverted. This version of God, however, would more likely be a staged voiceover. Voiced by Seth MacFarlane. Death – Harvests the souls of the dead. Portrayed as a "loser" who still lives with his mother, has asthma and has never had a successful date. Voiced by Norm Macdonald in "Death is a Bitch", then Adam Carolla in all subsequent episodes. He is seen as a skeleton in a black robe and seldom removes his hood; underneath his hood is a human skull with spiders and snakes serpenting in and out of the eye sockets, mouth and ear cavities, as seen in "Death Lives". He once used his eye socket as a bottle-opener. He apparently hates the fact that he is technically dead and the fact that he has no buttocks ("I am minus an ass"). He doesn't seem to be very good at his job, as he is easily fooled by faked deaths. Peter and the Griffins have a somewhat good relationship with him. When Death sprained his ankle and was unable to do his job, Peter unwittingly revealed that all of humanity is immortal while he heals. After Death discovers this, Peter fills in his role as the Grim Reaper and is charged with killing the kids from Dawson's Creek. Peter fails in this endeavor, accidentally killing the pilot and co-pilot of the plane. This fact, however, made it clear to the public that Death was back in business while the plane was safely landed by Karen Black. He also appears to have time travel abilities. He is not (and probably never will be) above necrophilia, although his romantic interests focus mainly on the living. He has lost his gag reflex due to films he is not proud of. He is often seen wearing a Providence College sweatshirt, most likely meaning he attended college there. He is not usually seen using his scythe. The living usually tend to die as soon as they make physical contact with him (except in "Death is a Bitch", where the Griffins perform actions such as Peter carrying him in the living room and Stewie rubbing his foot. He has a dog who strongly resembles him and is apparently charged with harvesting souls of dead dogs as his master does with humans. Voiced by Jimmy Kimmel, the dog is very briefly seen when Brian nearly chokes to death on a dinner roll which, in return, chokes Peter's boss Mr Weed and kills him. His mother was briefly voiced by Estelle Harris, and also resembles her son, save for wearing an apron and glasses and having gray hair. He is briefly seen driving a yellow Volkswagen Beetle which he then drunkenly crashes into a police car parked in front of him. He led an unhappy teenage life due to the fact that he could never get close to girls. He is revealed to have lost his virginity through necrophilia, having sex with a recently-deceased girl's body.  Other characters This section needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article by adding reliable references. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. (December 2008) Adam West – Mayor of Quahog, voiced by (and even resembles) the real life Adam West. Extremely incompetent and eccentric, he displays more than a few symptoms of delusion. He is said to be an idiot and no one knows why he became Mayor. After Lois abdicates the office of Mayor, he automatically assumes that the job is his once more. If someone questions him on this, he takes out a gun and shoots them. Al Harrington– Proprietor of Al Harrington's Wackey Waving Inflateable Arm Flailing Tube Man Warehouse and Emporium. He appears in several episodes during spoof television ads. Bruce the Performance Artist - Mustachioed homosexual man who speaks in a South Carolina accent and a slight lisp, with the catchphrase of "Oh noooooo". His first appearance was in the episode "Chitty Chitty Death Bang", where he was a horror novelty shop clerk. His name was finally revealed to be Bruce in the season six episode "No Chris Left Behind". Although Bruce himself is generally limited to occasional, random appearances, his voice is commonly lended to many anthropomorphic animals. Voiced by Mike Henry. Dr. Bruce Kaplan – Brian's psychiatrist. He speaks with a very calm, soothing voice. Dr. Kaplan helped Brian realize his love for Lois in "Brian in Love", which has since become a running gag. Voiced by Sam Waterston and later by Wally Wingert. Carl - The owner of a local Quahog convenience store. He is currently Chris' boss and was previously Meg's boss. He speaks in a calm, somewhat monotone voice and shows almost no emotion regarding anything happening around him. He previously made small, occasional appearances, often discussing an interest in certain actresses, the first of these appearances being in "Deep Throats". He employs Meg and later Chris in "Movin' Out (Brian's Song)". He develops a friendship with Chris over their mutual interests in movies. He later fires Meg for arguing with him over a promotion, followed by briefly re-hiring her before she turned down the chance to work there again. Chris was still assumed to be his employee, but as revealed in the episode Baby Not on Board, he was shown to officially still be employed with
him. There has also been an announcement that he will play the part of Yoda in "Something, Something, Something Dark Side", a parody of "Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back" He is voiced by H. Jon Benjamin. Dr. Elmer Hartman – A physician who works at the local hospital. Dr. Hartman is Stewie's pediatrician. He is known for delaying news about Peter's health with various forms of shtick, all of which initially appear to be bad news ("Now, onto the cancer...You are a Cancer, right? You were born in July?"). He is voiced by Seth MacFarlane who points out during a few DVD commentaries that Dr. Hartman's voice and the voice for Lois' father are nearly identical (in a scene in "Believe it or Not, Joe's Walking on Air", this is directly referenced in a scene with Mr. Pewterschmidt and Dr. Hartman). He is named after Seth MacFarlane's friend Butch Hartman, whose real name is Elmer, creator of shows The Fairly Odd Parents and Danny Phantom. Ernie the Giant Chicken - A human-sized chicken who holds a grudge against Peter for an episode where Peter goes back in time multiple times to fix a mistake he made when Death let him relive his earlier days. It is a spoof episode of Back to the Future, and when Peter goes to the country club dance to try and win back Lois, he accidentally knocks over a drink that Ernie was holding. After which another person there tells him not to worry and he will probably never see him again. The rivalry between him and Peter is first seen when he gives Peter an expired coupon in "Da Boom" following which they had a long, destructive fight. Since then, Ernie has appeared on four occasions, including "Blind Ambition", and "No Chris Left Behind", resulting in Peter walking home to resume his conversation with Lois, who hasn't moved from her spot since the fight started. At five minutes and ten seconds, this is the longest non-plot-developing scene in the entire series. where his name was revealed to be Ernie and it was shown that he has a wife named Nicole, also a human-sized chicken. His fights with Peter are very elaborate and destructive. Peter has won every fight to date and at the end of each fight, Peter walks off and leaves him for dead, only for Ernie to show some sign of life, implying that he and Peter will fight yet again. Ernie's appearances are often random, with him tackling Peter out of nowhere or staring at him through a window mid-conversation. After the fights are over, Peter returns to what he was doing, injuries and all, as if nothing happened. He will appear in the episode "Something, Something, Something Dark Side" taking the role of Boba Fett (Opposite Peter's Han Solo). He also appears as the final boss in the Family Guy Videogame. All of their fights reference actual hand to hand fights from films including: Raiders of the Lost Ark, Action Jackson and Peter Pan. Voiced by Danny Smith. The Evil Monkey– A monkey that lives in Chris's closet. Whenever Chris mentions it, he looks in the general direction of his bedroom, upon which the monkey is seen pointing at him shakily, and then returning to Chris's room, much to Chris's horror. Chris tries to tell his family about the existence of the Evil Monkey but, so far, only Stewie believes him. In the show's universe, the monkey was not originally evil, but became so after catching his wife in bed with another monkey, which, according to Seth MacFarlane, leaves him "not so much evil as embittered". The only other characters who have seen the monkey are Peter (in "Stewie Loves Lois"), Brian's son Dylan (in "The Former Life of Brian") and Old Man Herbert. Peter mistook the monkey for Meg, so he still doesn't appear to know he exists, and Herbert slept through the whole encounter, but Dylan approaches and viciously assaults the monkey as soon as he emerges to threaten Dylan. Although the Evil Monkey was originally intended as a small time gag (similar to the Giant Chicken and The Performance Artist), he has gained cult status amongst Family Guy fans and is extremely popular amongst most fans and non-fans alike. He was supposedly killed by Dylan, Brian's long lost son in the episode:"The Former Life of Brian" Greased Up Deaf Guy – Has been featured in several cameos since his first appearance in "The Thin White Line". He can speak well, but somewhat out of tone, accentuating his parody of the hearing-impaired. He is always shown running, even when stopped he will continue to run in place and flail his arms. He was named Jay after an audience member by the same name in "Family Guy Live" queried his name in a Q&A Session. Voiced by Mike Henry. Herbert – An elderly pedophile who resides just down the street from the Griffins and impotently lusts after Chris and other young boys. Voiced by Mike Henry. He has a dog named Jesse, who is unable to use his hind legs. Horace - The owner and bartender of the Drunken Clam, voiced by John G. Brennan. Jillian - Brian's sexy and utterly stupid ex-girlfriend. The only girlfriend Brian has had for more than one episode, he stays with her purely for sex. She breaks up with Brian in "Movin' Out (Brian's Song)", having opted to date Mayor Adam West when it is revealed that Brian did not want a committed relationship with her. She is voiced by Drew Barrymore. Jim Kaplan- A local Quahog con man. Though he displays typical qualities of a scheming business man, he is able to convince Peter to buy just about anything for any price. He is usually seen
wearing a green and purple checkered jacket. He was known as "Doug" in his first appearance. Voiced by Danny Smith. Judge- A judge in Quahog who handles practically every case in the series. His rulings are usually extremely biased against the defendant, regardless of the circumstances. He has never been referred to by name in the series. Voiced by Phil LaMarr. Paddy Tanninger the Caddy Manager (deceased) – Manager of Quahog golf course. Hired Chris as a 'ball shagger'. Prior to his job as the caddy manager, he managed Brian at the Quahog Hummer Dealership in "The Perfect Castaway". He wants to fight over practically everything. He gets run over by a tank driven by Brian in "Hell Comes to Quahog". In the commentary for the episode, director Dan Povenmire stated that he didn't like the character, so he decided to kill him off. Rupert – Stewie's favorite teddy bear. Stewie treats Rupert as if he were real, and Stewie thinks he is gay. At times, Stewie imagines him as an athletic man with a teddy bear's head. Rupert is a primary plot-driver in the episode Road to Rupert after he is inadvertently sold at a yard sale. Seamus - A wise old sailor, with wooden peg arms and legs and is later revealed at a sauna that his torso is also made of wood. He talks with a pirate accent. Vern and Johnny (deceased) – A vaudeville duo who usually show up in unlikely places in response to random bits of dialogue. Vern first appeared by himself in the episode "Holy Crap." Jonny didn't first appear until "Blind Ambition." In the episode, "Peter Peter Caviar Eater", it is given that the performer/singer's name is Vern, who (when their act fails) calls to the pianist "Play me off, Johnny!".  References ^ (Callaghan 2005, p. 27, "Cleveland Brown".) ^ (Callaghan 2005, p. 153, "Quagmire".) ^ (Callaghan 2005, p. 031, "Joe Swanson".) ^ "A Hero Sits Next Door". Matt Weitzman and Mike Barker (writers). Family Guy. Fox Broadcasting Company. 1999-05-05. No. 5, season 1. ^ "Mother Tucker". Tom Devanney and Seth MacFarlane (writers). Family Guy. Fox Broadcasting Company. 2006-09-17. No. 2, season 5. ^ "Mr. Saturday Knight". Steve Callaghan (writer). Family Guy. Fox Broadcasting Company. 2001-09-05. No. 9, season 3. ^ (Callaghan 2005, p. 98, "Connie D'Amico".) ^ "Let's Go to the Hop". Mike Barker and Matt Weitzman (writers). Family Guy. Fox Broadcasting Company. 2000-06-06. No. 14, season 2. ^ a b "Brian Sings and Swings". Michael Rowe (writer). Family Guy. Fox Broadcasting Company. 2006-01-08. No. 19, season 4. ^ "And the Wiener Is...". Mike Barker and Matt Weitzman (writers). Family Guy. Fox Broadcasting Company. 2001-08-08. No. 5, season 3. ^ a b c Family Guy episode: "Da Boom" ^ Family Guy episode: "Brian in Love" ^ a b Family Guy: Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story opening segment ^ Family Guy episode: "Stewie Loves Lois" ^ Family Guy episode: "One If by Clam, Two If by Sea" ^ Retrieved from "http://familyguy.wikia.com/wiki/Tricia_Takanawa" ^ a b "No Chris Left Behind". Family Guy. Fox. 2007-05-06. No. 16, season 5. ^ "Family Guy:No Chris Left Behind". TV.com. http://www.tv.com/family-guy/no-chris-left-behind/episode/920134/summary.html?tag=ep_list;ep_title;15. Retrieved on 2007-12-10. ^ "Blind Ambition". Family Guy. Fox. 2007-05-15. No. 3, season 4. ^ "Family Guy: Blind Ambition". TV.com. http://www.tv.com/family-guy/blind-ambition/episode/365970/summary.html?tag=ep_list;ep_title;2. Retrieved on 2007-12-10. ^ "Family Guy on FOX". TV Guide Online. http://www.tvguide.com/tvshows/family-guy/cast/100148. Retrieved on 2007-12-18. ^ (2008). Family Guy Volume 6 - Disk Three [DVD]. Twentieth Century Fox. ^ (Callaghan 2005, p. 129, "Greased Up Deaf Guy".)  Bibliography Family Guy: The Official Episode Guide Season 1–3, New York: Harper Collins, 2005-11-01, ISBN 978-0060833053 [hide]v • d • eFamily Guy Characters · Criticism · Episodes · DVDs · Video Game · History · Quotes · Places · Voice actors · Guest stars Griffin family Peter · Lois · Meg · Chris · Stewie · Brian Recurring characters Cleveland Brown · Joe Swanson · Glenn Quagmire · Mort Goldman · Tom Tucker · Mayor Adam West · Neil Goldman · Pewterschmidt family Cast Seth MacFarlane · Alex Borstein · Seth Green · Mila Kunis · Mike Henry · others Films and music Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story · Family Guy: Live in Vegas Books Stewie's Guide to World Domination · Family Guy: It Takes a Village Idiot, and I Married One · Peter Griffin's Guide to the Holidays · Brian's Guide to Booze, Broads, and the Lost Art of Being a Man Related series and spin-offs American Dad! · The Cleveland Show · Seth MacFarlane's Cavalcade of Cartoon Comedy Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_characters_in_Family_Guy" Categories: Family Guy characters | Lists of characters in television animation