- List of The Transformers human characters
This is a list of human characters which had appeared in the original American The Transformers series first aired between 1984 and 1987.
Name First appearance Last appearance Voiced by Sparkplug Witwicky More Than Meets the Eye (Part 1) The Transformers: The Movie (supposed exo-suit) Chris Latta Human mechanic, father of Spike Witwicky. Befriends and aids Autobots after being rescued from the Decepticons by Optimus Prime Spike Witwicky More Than Meets the Eye (Part 1) The Rebirth Part 3 Corey Burton Son of Sparkplug Witwicky. Spends whole life helping the Autobots fight the Decepticons. Father of Daniel Witwicky. Spike is the Headmaster component of Cerebros, who in turn, is the Headmaster of Fortress Maximus. Daniel Witwicky The Transformers: The Movie The Rebirth, Part 3 David Mendenhall Son of Spike Witwicky. Befriends Hot Rod and is very close to Wheelie, Grimlock and Arcee. Chip Chase Roll For It Child's Play Michael Horton Friend of Spike Witwicky. Often expresses skillful knowledge of science and computers and works closely with Wheeljack and Perceptor. Chip uses a wheelchair. In later Transformers fiction Chip's intelligence would be used for the second Autobot/Maximal named Prowl. Doctor Arkeville The Ultimate Doom (Part 1): Brainwash Countdown to Extinction Casey Kasem Dr. Arkeville is a mad scientist who assisted Megatron in one of his schemes. He used hypno-chips to control the minds of humans to provide slave labor and a human shield for the Decepticons. An attempted doublecross with Starscream ended up with him being wounded and rebuilt into a "mechanical freak" by Starscream's medicdroids. Carly Witwicky The Immobilizer Nightmare Planet Arlene Banas Spike's girlfriend and later wife. Mother of Daniel Witwicky. Lord Cholmondeley Prime Target Prime Target, only appearance Peter Renaday Cholmondeley is a big time game hunter who has capture many unusual creatures and military weapons. He tried to get the ultimate trophy, the head of Optimus Prime. Old Snake Only Human Only Human, only appearance Chris Latta Cobra Commander (of G.I. Joe fame) made an appearance in the 1986 Transformers episode "Only Human" as "the former leader of a terrorist organization" who is now operating as an underground arms and technology dealer. He sells synthoid technology to crime lord Victor Drath, who uses it to transfer the minds of Rodimus Prime, Ultra Magnus, Arcee and Springer into synthoid human bodies and then uses their original bodies for various criminal activities. Marissa Faireborn Five Faces of Darkness (Part 3) The Burden Hardest to Bear Susan Blu An officer and pilot in the Earth Defense Space Forces. She appears in a handful of episodes early in the third season. She may be the daughter of Dashiell R. Faireborn, codenamed Flint, formerly a member of the United States Special Missions Force, G.I. Joe (please see Flint (G.I. Joe)) Luisa Fire on the Mountain Fire on the Mountain, only appearance Mona Marshall In the Andes, a Peruvian girl (Not named in episode) helps Spike Witwicky and Bumblebee to destroy the "Crystal of Power" that the Decepticons want to convert in a devastating weapon of destruction. Jessica Morgan The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 1) The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 2) Joy Grdnic The Daughter of Dr. Morgan and partner of Gregory Swafford who rescued Optimus Prime from his ship and discovered space spores that makes any living thing filled with rage. Morgan wanted revenge by using the spores on the Autobots after they fixed Jessica's paralyzed legs, so he told Jessica to get an Autobot and tell them they have Optimus, but she was against it. She told Rodimus Prime and he got every Autobot to surround Morgan's laboratory, but this was all a trap and the virus spread on Ultra Magnus and the Aerialbots, which then spread to all Autobots, Decepticons and Humans. After Optimus was brought back to life, Jessica went with him, Sky Lynx, Kup, Blurr, Goldbug & Blaster to Charr to find Galvatron and get the metal she, her father and Swafford were working on so that Optimus can be covered with it and retrieve the Matrix of Leadership from within Rodimus. Auggie Cahnay Trans-European Express Trans-European Express, only appearance Philip Clarke Auggie is a snobbish driver who strives for winning the trans-European race from Paris to Istanbul. The Autobots are his rivals, and he does his best to overtake them at any price. But after the Stunticons rob him of his race car, he had to ask the Autobot Bluestreak for help in order to retrieve it. Some time later he sacrifices his car to defeat Menasor and to save Bluestreak, Tracks and Bumblebee's lives, Auggie baseaded in Emerson Fitipaldi Doctor Fujiyama Enter the Nightbird Enter the Nightbird, only appearance Michael Bell Doctor Fujiyama, who reportedly is a man of some renown in the scientific world, built a ninja robot. Her name was Nightbird, and her purpose was to benefit mankind. However, the Decepticons stole her and reprogrammed her to be evil, so he locked her away for humanity's protection. Doctor Alcazar Roll for It Roll for It, only appearance John Stephenson Doctor Alcazar is the head of the anti-matter formula research project at an isolated high-tech laboratory. Shawn Berger Megatron Master Plan (Part 1) Megatron Master Plan (Part 2), only appearance Ed Gilbert Shawn Berger is a very rich, grandiloquent man who owns a helicopter, a TV network, a personal army (with tanks), and at least one private spacecraft. But what he really wants is to be mayor. And he'll sell humanity out to Megatron for it. Justin Megatron Master Plan (Part 2) Megatron Master Plan (Part 2), only appearance Mona Marshall Justin is a young child who is interested in the Decepticons. Sadly, his lack of "metal-coloured crayons" holds back his interest a tad. Prince Jumal/Hassan Aerial Assault Aerial Assault, only appearance Mona Marshall Prince Jumal, also known as Hassan, is the ruler of an unspecified Middle Eastern nation on Earth. In his spare time, he likes tinkering with old cars. El Presidente B.O.T B.O.T, only appearance None El Presidente, one assumes, either is or was the president of a nation-state on the planet Earth. The latter seems more likely, given that as of the mid-1980s he was known to be operating out of a ship as an international arms dealer. He presumably shops for clothes with Abdul Fakkadi. Abdul Fakkadi Five Faces of Darkness (Part 1) Thief in the Night, only appearance Philip L. Clarke Abdul Fakkadi (also spelled Faghadi) is the self-professed Supreme Military Commander, President-for-Life, and King of Kings of the Socialist Democratic Federated Republic of Carbombya. One gets the feeling that if you were to inform him that, by definition, a republic cannot have a king (much less a "King of Kings"), his likely response would be to stare blankly for a long moment, and then order your immediate beheading. None too bright and none too stable, Fakkadi is concerned primarily with the accumulation of wealth and keeping "fanatics" and "imperialists" away from his homeland's shores. He is not averse to making deals with Decepticons to help further these goals. Mr. Robbins B.O.T B.O.T Dan Gilvezan Mr. Robbins is a science teacher at Benjamin Franklin Pierce High School. Unfortunately, he has Roland and Martin as students, which makes his classes significantly more dangerous than average. Martin and Roland B.O.T B.O.T Townsend Coleman(Martin) and Micheal Sheehan(Roland) Martin and Roland are two teenagers who are destined to give humanity a bad name... well, a worse name, anyway. Elise Presser B.O.T B.O.T, only appearance Samantha Newark Elise Presser is one of a trio of school students at Benjamin Franklin Pierce High School who built B.O.T. as part of a science project. Elise is a nerd and more concerned about obeying rules than her classmates. Given they accidentally built a destructive robot powered by Brawl's personality component, she'll probably continue to err on the side of caution. Professor Terranova Trans-Europe Express Trans-Europe Express, only appearance Jack Angel Professor Terranova is a professional archeologist. He has a green suit. Abdul Ben Faisal Trans-Europe Express Trans-Europe Express, only appearance Roger C. Carmel Abdul Ben Faisal is the greatest sage in all of Istanbul! The only way to find him is to threaten random Turks with a fusion cannon, or by going to his house at 1024 Dreymon Street, behind the herb vendor shop. Jess The Insecticon Syndrome The Insecticon Syndrome, only appearance None Jeff is a park ranger in a United States forest. He has a workmate named Mike. Mike The Insecticon Syndrome The Insecticon Syndrome, only appearance Walker Edmiston Mike is a park ranger in a United States forest. He has a workmate named Jeff. Merrick Microbots Microbots, only appearance Jack Angel Merrick is a field archeologist. He makes bets with his female colleague, Joan, on who'll uncover something first at a dig site, and is an expert on Mayan space technology. Joan Microbots Microbots, only appearance Morgan Lofting Joan is a field archeologist. She likes to make $10 bets with a male colleague on who'll uncover something first at a dig site. She also has blue hair. Perhaps her last name is Bouvier? Professor Haley Blaster Blues Blaster Blues, only appearance John Stephenson Professor Haley is an astronomer. Like all scientists, he wears a white lab coat. He created the Voltronic Galaxer in an attempt to contact alien life forms, having forgotten that some already dwelt on Earth. Presumably he also founded the Haley Observatory. Astoria Carlton-Ritz The Girl Who Loved Powerglide The Girl Who Loved Powerglide, only appearance Linda Gary After the death of her father, Astoria Carlton-Ritz inherited his vast fortune as well as his company, Hybrid Technologies. Spoiled rotten, Astoria is mostly a figurehead with little control over the company's goings-on. Instead, she spends most of her time throwing herself lavish parties and wondering why nobody wants to be her friend. She has the bizarre ability to jinx any mechanical device just by coming into contact with it, which is just one more reason why she keeps away from her father's company and its equipment. Her father gave her a necklace with a top secret formula and requested she never take the necklace off. Astoria also has a thing for Powerglide, she probably spends her time with the Hilton sisters. Professor Greene Desertion of the Dinobots (Part 1) Desertion of the Dinobots (Part 1), only appearance Peter Renaday Professor Greene is a scientist who just wants to help the Autobots defend Earth against the Decepticons. To this end, he invented the Ultra Plane, an unmanned drone aircraft which can be operated remotely. Ali Aerial Assault Aerial Assault, only appearance Ed Gilbert Ali is an underhanded backstabber who became ruler of a small Middle Eastern country by deposing its rightful ruler, Prince Jumal. Of course, one country is not enough for him—he has set his sights on total world domination, for which he needs the help of the Decepticons. As a bonus, he gets to drive Swindle around. Princess Nimue A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court, only appearance Linda Gary Princess Nimue is a human who lived in the countryside some distance from the city of Camelot in the mid-sixth century. The devoted daughter of a feudal lord, Sir Aetheling the Red, she is a bit of a spit-fire and slightly flighty. Sir Wigend du Blackthorne A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court, only appearance Micheal Chain Sir Wigend du Blackthorne is a hotheaded young noble in 6th-century England who allies himself to the Decepticons, and lives to regret it. Sir Wulf A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court, only appearance Jack Angel Sir Wulf is a subject of Sir Wigend du Blackthorne who decides to betray his lord and side with Starscream. Sir Aetheling the Red A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court A Decepticon Raider in King Arthur's Court, only appearance Jack Angel Sir Aetheling the Red is a feudal lord in the year 542 on Earth and is father to Princess Nimue. He rules lands adjacent to rival lord Sir Wigend du Blackthorne in the countryside far from Camelot and enjoys a good joust. Daina Prime Target Prime Target, only appearance Morgan Lofting Daina, Oktober Guard One, is a member of the Soviet Union's daring, highly trained special mission force, the Oktober Guard. Dinsmoore Prime Target Prime Target, only appearance Alan Oppenheimer Dinsmoore is Lord Chumley's somewhat addled manservant. Aged to the point of decrepitude, he has painful memories of the Boer War, and is no longer able to pour tea straight. Sōji Yoshikawa Kremezeek! Transformers Kiss Players Walker Edmiston Doctor Sōji Yoshikawa (吉川惣司) works at Shibuya Manufacturing (渋谷電気工業製作所). He is very gifted in science and technology, able to brainstorm with the Autobots on a competent level. Marty Minkler Starscream's Brigade Starscream's Brigade Philip L. Clarke Marty Minkler is a television reporter. His attention to detail is... somewhat lacking. Rauol Make Tracks Auto-Bop Micheal Chain Raoul is a break-dancing street punk carjacker with a bandana, a mullet-ponytail, a rhinestone-studded leather jacket and a heart of gold. Director Hoist Goes Hollywood Hoist Goes Hollywood Alan Oppenheimer The Director knows exactly what makes a good film when he sees it. It might be some great stunt work, awesome explosions, or giant transforming robots, he'll film it and put it in his film (and change the script to make it fit)! Just don't bug him with the details. Kept on calling Hoist, Moist. Assistant director Hoist Goes Hollywood Hoist Goes Hollywood Bud Davis The assistant director's job was chiefly to follow the director around and agree with him a lot. Occasionally, he had original ideas, but the director tried to discourage that sort of thing. Production assistant Hoist Goes Hollywood Hoist Goes Hollywood Susan Blu Spike and Carly encountered the production assistant rummaging through film reels. She explained that someone seemed to have stolen some of the scenes from the work print. Carly had to point out to her that they could make more copies from the negatives. Karen Fishook Hoist Goes Hollywood Hoist Goes Hollywood Susan Blu Karen Fishook is an actress. Harold Edsel Hoist Goes Hollywood Hoist Goes Hollywood Ed Gilbert Harold had the bad luck of "starring" in a science fiction film along with Karen Fishook whose director became obsessed with using Hoist and several of the Autobots as his main characters (likely saving loads on his FX budget). For reasons that are unclear, he bears some resemblance to the Star Warrior Han Solo and Harrison Ford. Poplock Auto-Bop Auto-Bop Frank Welker Poplock is a member of the Bop Crew. In case his costume isn't 80s enough to get into nightclubs, under his clothing he wears an additional shirt which is even more lurid. Like Raoul, he has a predilection for making pop culture references. Rocksteady Auto-Bop Auto-Bop T. K. Carter Rocksteady is a member of the Bop Crew. He's got some sharp moves. How sharp? He keeps his hat on while he break-dances, and it never falls off! He seems to be the most pragmatic of the trio, but is easily distracted by the opportunity to show off his dance moves. Furg Auto-Bop Auto-Bop Chris Latta Furg was utilized by Starscream to frighten off and/or dispose of people who interfered with the flow of customers into the Dancitron nightclub, which apparently included going after innocent breakdancers, he led a gang of roughly fifteen punks and one mind-controlled businessman in performing his strongarm sidewalk defense. Furg's equipment, presumably furnished by the Decepticons, included at least two laser pistols and a communications device featuring a video display. How—or if—the Decepticons paid him is unclear. Dutch Only Human Only Human Jack Angel Dutch is Victor Drath's right-hand man. As a thug, he's slightly cleverer than Drath's other men, though that isn't saying much. Victor Drath Only Human Only Human Philip Clarke Victor Drath is a successful crime lord in the far-flung future of 2006. Not successful enough though, a shortfall he blames on the meddling Autobots. Chief Turran Only Human Only Human Buster Jones Chief Turan is apparently the Chief of Police of New York City in the year 2006. He sometimes works with the Autobots on police matters. Michelle Only Human Only Human Susan Blu Though she's the girlfriend of noted mobster Victor Drath, Michelle does not object to spending the night with random strangers who turn up wounded on her doorstep. Her motivations occasionally seem somewhat unclear. Dirk Manus Money is Everything Money is Everything Charlie Alder Dirk Manus is a handsome rogue who'll charm your socks off. He's also a liar and a scoundrel—don't believe anything he says, especially if there's likely to be money in it. While you're being charmed, he'll be making arrangements to steal the contents of your bank account. He has his own ship, the Lazy Sue (which he probably won in a game of space poker), and hails from Epsilon Ariadne, EDC[disambiguation needed ] officer Marissa Faireborn has a thing for him. Doctor Harding Attack of the Autobots Attack of the Autobots Morgan Lofting Doctor Harding designed a solar satellite equipped to capture solar radiation while in orbit and somehow channel that energy back to earth. She has lofty goals for that energy to be used by the entire world, either that or she's really pretentious. Jeff War of the Dinobots War of the Dinobots Frank Welker Jeff is an astronomer who works at an observatory and apparently is a friend of Chip Chase. Geddis brothers Make Tracks Make Tracks Micheal McConnohie (Jim) and Chris Latta (Phill) The Geddis brothers are a pair of two-bit New York-based gangsters, who aren't beyond selling their own race out to the Decepticons for a quick buck. They specialize in converting stolen cars. Jim Geddis is the fat one with grey hair, and Phil Geddis is the thin one with dark hair. Gregory Swofford The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 1) The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 2) Jered Baclay Gregory Swofford has been wounded both inside and out due to his past experiences with the Transformers. A vengeful scientist, he blames Optimus Prime for his scarred face, but was unwittingly instrumental in bringing the Autobot leader back to life. He is a professional partner to Dr. Mark Morgan, and has a professional, and perhaps romantic, relationship with Morgan's daughter, Jessica. Mark Morgan The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 1) The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 2) Aron Kinkaid Mark Morgan is a scientist and devoted father to his daughter Jessica. In the future year of 2007, Morgan works in the fields of metallurgy, robotics and palynology. He has a pathological hatred of Transformers, both Autobots and Decepticons, which he shares with his professional partner Gregory Swofford. Bonnie Carlson The Return of Optimus Prime (Part 1) The Retur of Optimus Prime (Part 1) Aron Kinkaid Bonnie Carlson is a news anchor for KSUN TV.
- ^ Furman, Simon (2004). Transformers: The Ultimate Guide. DK Publishing Inc.. p. 35. ISBN 1405304618.
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