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The Jack-The-Lad. Cocky, cheeky and devil-may-care, he's the type of guy you can't help but like, even as he's wrapping you around his little finger. Especially if you're a woman -- most of the time -- and TheCharmer knows this all too well. As a result, if there's a file he wants to see in a filing cabinet guarded by a pretty secretary, all he has to do is switch on his easy smile, and he has not only the file he wants, but also the secretary's phone number.

There's definitely a hint of TheCasanova about him, but he's generally a lot kinder, more decent and less concerned solely with getting his end away; where TheCasanova would ultimately do anything, no matter how underhanded, to score a conquest, only to discard her once he's achieved his pleasure, TheCharmer knows what the limits are. He certainly doesn't ''mind'' the fact that he can have any woman he wants, but he'd never stoop so low as actually take advantage, [[ChivalrousPervert and is often a lot more chivalrous in his dealing with women]]. TheCharmer generally doesn't set out to break hearts; it just seems to be an unfortunate byproduct. But even if he's LookingForLoveInAllTheWrongPlaces, TheCharmer's usually too relaxed in his lifestyle to really consider changing.

Also, where sex is the TheCasanova's ultimate driving goal, with TheCharmer it's usually a welcome extra; he often has bigger fish to fry, and ultimately knows his priorities. If he's not the main character, then he's a loyal friend (even if the main character is seething with jealousy at how easily things -- and women -- seem to come to TheCharmer).

Compare with TheCasanova, ChickMagnet, PrinceCharming and AllGirlsWantBadBoys. Often fills the role of a LoveableRogue or {{Trickster}}. Sometimes, he's ''so'' charming that EvenTheGuysWantHim. In a group they're likely to be TheFace for their ability to get along with anyone, or (for more manipulative examples) TheSocialExpert.

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!Examples:

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[[folder:Advertising]]
* Advertising/TheMostInterestingManInTheWorld is constantly surrounded by beautiful women who seem to be genuinely enjoying his company.

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[[folder:Anime and Manga]]
* It has been revealed in ''Manga/DGrayMan'' that Allen Walker might not be so oblivious to his [[EvenTheGuysWantHim entrancing looks]], and is actually capable of turning up his charm (complete with BishieSparkle) to get his way. He actually managed to ''seduce a robot'' (a ''male'' one at that) in order to get it to sacrifice itself so that other people wouldn't have to, and it's implied that he could do the same to other humans if it weren't for his qualms about hurting them.
* ''LightNovel/{{Durarara}}'''s Rokujou Chikage spends half of his quest for vengeance against the [[GangOfHats Dollars]] instead charming the pants off of every girl he meets.
* Akira Takizawa from ''Anime/EdenOfTheEast''. In the first episode, he effortlessly convinces a random person to hand over his pants (Akira was naked) and bluffs himself out of being arrested. Due to the fact that he had to show his genitals in both cases, fans speculated that he had some sort of hypno-penis. He has money, power, a mysterious past, may be a terrorist, and rides a motorcycle. However, he is also very charismatic, affable, spontaneous, and uses his money and power to save the country. In other words, he's the perfect fusion of the [[AllGirlsWantBadBoys bad boy]] and the NiceGuy. However, the anime handles his characterization well enough that his relationship with the heroine is believable and well done.
* Hayate of ''Manga/HayateTheCombatButler'', with the small caveat of him not actually realizing he has the hearts of so many girls. A chapter of the manga even shows it blatantly.
* Ayumi from ''Manga/{{Hyakko}}'' is a special case, in that she is female and actually quite shy. Still, she has the power to wrap both men ''and'' women around her finger simply by means of her cute demeanor.
* ''Characters/LupinIII'': Features one of these as the titular character. This trope gets subverted in that the FemmeFatale tends to be the one winning the "who seduces who" game, but implied that Lupin ''likes'' it that way.
* Tamaki Suou from ''Manga/OuranHighSchoolHostClub''. As the [[ShelteredAristocrat Prince]] type of the club's various [[AffectionateParody stereotypical]] {{Bishounen}} arch-types, being TheCharmer is his selling point. He can easily make the ladies swoon (except the one he's interested in who doesn't fall for it), and overall is a very kind, friendly person. He thinks every woman is beautiful in her own way, and while he does up his charm for the club's clientele, his comments are always genuine.
* ''Anime/PumpkinScissors'': Warrant Officer Oreldo.
* Barnaby Brooks Jr. (the "Bunny" of ''Anime/TigerAndBunny'') definitely didn't get into superheroics ''for'' the chicks -- but he certainly doesn't mind the female attention (and frequently panders to it "because it's part of the job"), despite having no obvious romantic interests.
-->'''Kotetsu:''' [[http://i726.photobucket.com/albums/ww262/CapZiggy/hairflipruforreal400.gif Don't you get tired of doing that?]]
* [[CoolOldGuy Azuma]] from ''Manga/YandereKanojo''. He was [[TheAce so cool]] that the only person so far immune to his charm is Manabu, his grandson, because he's exposed to him so much (Azuma is his guardian) and he had to become his grandpa's StraightMan.
* The eponymous Tonnura from [[Manga/TonnuraSan Tonnura-San]]. Unusual in that he's a cat. A talking cat.
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[[folder:Comic Books]]
* ''ComicBook/IronMan'': Tony Stark.
* Armando from ''ComicBook/LeScorpion''. He could easily be TheCasanova but sex is not his primary goal. It's just another weapon in his arsenal.
* Dwight in ''ComicBook/SinCity'' has every female character after him with the possible inclusion of [[TheVoiceless mute]] [[DarkActionGirl assassin]], Miho.
* ComicBook/{{Gambit}}, of the ''ComicBook/{{X-Men}}'', is like this; so much so that it's all but canon he has a secondary mutation that allows him to be TheCharmer.
** The secondary power is actually canon, but it doesn't get brought up often and won't work on anyone who realizes that he is trying to use it on them.
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* Charlie from ''WesternAnimation/AllDogsGoToHeaven''. He manages to sweet-talk his way into grabbing a second chance at life.
* Flynn Rider in ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'' -- at least he tries. [[spoiler:The fictional character he modeled himself on actually was.]]
* Like Flynn above, both Kristoff and Prince Hans in ''{{Disney/Frozen}}'' fit this trope in their own {{Adorkable}} way. [[spoiler: Unlike Flynn, the latter is an evil version of this trope.]]
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* Bond. Film/JamesBond. TropeNamer for disposable BondGirl, and his motives are (usually) the goals of the British Government.
* ''Franchise/StarWars'': Han Solo. (Managed to woo the Princess)
** And even more so his second-best friend Lando Calrissian. While Han has a rugged charm, Lando goes for the sophisticated route.
* Jason Statham's character in ''Film/TheItalianJob2003''.
* Arguably Captain Jack Sparrow from ''Franchise/PiratesOfTheCaribbean''. He charms not only the women, but also the men and all the fans!
* The eponymous character in ''DonJuanDemarco'', played by JohnnyDepp (does anyone detect a pattern here?)
* Frank Abagnale, Jr., in ''Film/CatchMeIfYouCan''.
* As with his TV series counterpart, Templeton 'Faceman' Peck in ''Film/TheATeam'' film. It helps that he's played by Bradley Cooper.
* Harold Hill ("Please! PROFESSOR Hill") in TheMusicMan. He's also a LovableRogue.
* Dr. Hannibal Lecter from ''Film/TheSilenceOfTheLambs'', despite being a cannibalistic serial killer. It makes his [[spoiler:stunningly violent escape]] all the more shocking, as his charms had allowed us to forget his true nature.
* Oskar Schindler of ''Film/SchindlersList'' is introduced as very very charismatic person, making friends out complete strangers almost immediately. He uses this trait to make connections and work his way into German business, and later to mask his plot to save the lives of his Jewish workers.
* Lucien Carr in ''Film/KillYourDarlings'' manages to seduce everyone who crosses his path.
* Lawrence Talbot from ''Film/TheWolfman2010''.
* Charles Xavier in his youth, as shown in ''Film/XMenFirstClass'', he uses his bubbly exuberance and [[PowerPerversionPotential his powers to pick up women in bars on campus.]]
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[[folder:Literature]]
* Max in ''Literature/CodexAlera''.
* Mat Cauthon in ''TheWheelOfTime''.
* Molly Carpenter in ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles.''
** Used her skills to remove her bra without taking off her shirt and a few ice cubes to score a lead. And a date. Molly was excited about the latter, while Harry was happier with the former. Definitely a CrowningMomentOfFunny.
* Ostap Bender in ''TheTwelveChairs'' and ''The Little Golden Calf''
* Hoskins, in ''The Moving Toyshop'' by Edmund Crispin, can charm any woman by offering her chocolates and telling her not to be alarmed.
* Fulbert from ''{{Literature/Malevil}}''. He uses his charm and his BadHabits to become the religious leader of a village after WorldWarIII. He convinces everyone that he can be trusted with the food, supplies, and ''weapons'' and then rules with an iron fist.
* Jay in the ''Literature/{{Spaceforce}}'' novels uses his looks and charisma as a means to an end in his job as an agent for the Taysan Empire, seducing (or at least wooing) willing women for information or to gain a foothold. It is always a double-edged sword, however, as such behaviour is a criminal offence in the Empire, and he is driven by a desire for women which easily leads him into trouble.
* Ivan Vorpatril of the ''Literature/VorkosiganSaga'', the protagonist's cousin, foil, and recurring sidekick. He can pour his mojo on ''thick'' and is amazingly handsome. Since Miles is a [[GuileHero manic genius]] far above Ivan's level (and prone to roping [[ButtMonkey his poor cousin]] into all ''manner'' of trouble) but also a funny looking and socially awkward "mutie", each has complexes about the other.
* [[Discworld/GoingPostal Moist von]] [[Discworld/MakingMoney Lipwig]] is a charming con artist able to get most anyone to follow his zany schemes. The only exceptions are little old ladies who see him for his inner scoundrel... and they like him even ''[[AllGirlsWantBadBoys more]]''.
** Also from ''Discworld/GoingPostal'', [[BigBad Reacher Gilt]] is also this to an extent. It's made very clear that all his vast wealth and power is solely down to his own brand of charm, and he makes people trust him [[RefugeInAudacity by being so ''blatantly'' untrustworthy that they lower their guard]] (dresses like a pirate, has a parrot that makes a joke on [[TreasureIsland "pieces of eight!"]] etc.).
* Renly Baratheon from ''ASongOfIceAndFire'' has a magnetic personality and manages to convince half a continent to support his claim to the throne, even though he's only fourth in the line of succession. His court seems to truly love him. His elder brother Robert used to be one too, before he got crowned and became a bitter, rude hedonist.
* Peeta shows signs of this in ''Literature/TheHungerGames'' although it's less about him being able to make women want him sexually, and more about him being able to make all of Panem root for him (and, making them root for Katniss). He lacks the Fire to be a revolutionary, but has the best acting skills out of any of the Tributes. His love is the exact opposite.
** Although if you believe Johanna Mason in the second film, the whole world wants to sleep with him.
* In ''Literature/FirebirdLackey'', Ilya has a way with the ladies and is willing to be patient to get what he wants. According to the bannik, the spirit of the bathhouse, women are prone to talk when men aren't around and they all speak highly of Ilya, even after they've moved to higher stations (and, hence, into his older brother's or father's beds). In fact, one of the reasons his brothers want him dead is because he's so well liked by women.
* Archie Goodwin in the Literature/NeroWolfe stories, who will routinely be called upon to try and charm his way past a pretty woman at some point in a case. Wolfe, who has little understanding of or ability with women, seems to view Archie's gift of charming the ladies as almost supernatural, although Archie himself demurs and points out that he's not ''quite'' the MemeticSexGod Wolfe seems to think he is.
* [[Literature/{{Dragons}} The Last Dragon Chronicles]]: Tam tries this on Zanna to get info on [[spoiler:David's death for an article he's writing.]] He almost gets away with it.
%% * Will Herondale from ''Literature/TheInfernalDevices''.
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[[folder:Live-Action TV]]
* Mike Logan in ''LawAndOrder.''
* Nick Amaro on ''LawAndOrderSpecialVictimsUnit''.
* Gerry Standing in ''NewTricks''
* Captain Jack Harkness is a [[NoBisexuals rare bisexual]] (well, ''omnisexual'') version in ''Series/DoctorWho'' and ''Series/{{Torchwood}}''.
** Some of the Doctors ''Series/DoctorWho'' are non-sexualised examples of this. The Fourth is well aware of how funny, charismatic and [[{{Adorkable}} endearing]] he is - as well as how he appears superficially to have NoSocialSkills, meaning people assume he's being honest - and uses it to quickly charm others into letting him do whatever he wants, even when he's doing incredibly horrible things. It's so powerful a force of personality that some ExpandedUniverse material theorises that he might even be a CharmPerson. The only people immune to him are usually ObviouslyEvil, which he becomes DangerouslyGenreSavvy about by the Graham Williams era. The Fifth Doctor is also like this, although instead of coming off as [[ObfuscatingStupidity slightly mad and therefore harmless]] he comes across as strikingly mature, kind and sane, meaning he can make almost anyone like and trust him within a few seconds of conversation.
* Tom Magnum in ''MagnumPI''. For that matter, most other private detectives of the Literature/PhilipMarlowe school fit this {{trope}} as well.
* Dirk Benedict is quite famous for his characters that often fall into this trope; his well-known ones being Templeton 'Faceman' Peck in ''Series/TheATeam'' and Lieutenant Starbuck in ''Series/{{Battlestar Galactica|Classic}}''.
* John Sheppard of ''Series/StargateAtlantis''. This had led to several mishaps however, such as him electrocuting himself when trying to strike a casual pose against his prison bars.
** He is the only man on Atlantis who slept with a living ancient. Indisputable.
* Footman Edward Barnes in ''UpstairsDownstairs'', constantly cheerful and cheeky, pinching the maids' bottoms and smiling. He settles down happily with parlour maid Daisy. All this serves as contrast when he returns from WorldWarOne [[spoiler: with a [[ShellShockedSenior bad case of shell shock]] ]].
* ''The House Of Eliot'': Jack, the devilishly handsome bohemian photographer who lives downstairs.
* Shawn Spencer in ''{{Psych}}'' is almost the dictionary definition of this trope. In one episode, he walks into a police questioning room where an engaged couple (whom he has not actually met before this moment, let us note) are describing how their priceless wedding ring has been stolen. Within a minute, he's nabbed himself an invitation to their high-society wedding, and ends up hosting the bachelor party, scoring a date with the maid of honour [[spoiler: until it's revealed she's behind it all]] and delivers the best man's toast at the wedding. He's also a perfect illustration of the 'loyal-but-love-to-hate-him' kind, as his life-long best friend Gus (and everyone else around him) is frequently exasperated at how easily things seem to come to him despite the fact that he usually does bugger all work towards it.
* ''Series/TheManFromUNCLE'': Napoleon Solo in the 1960s spy series, when he's not being TheCasanova, ChivalrousPervert, or HandsomeLech as required by that week's episode.
* Colonel Hogan of ''HogansHeroes''.
* Vincent Chase, on ''{{Entourage}}''. Women throw themselves at him wherever he goes.
* [[ChivalrousPervert Richard Castle]] of ''Series/{{Castle}}''. He is far too sweet to be a full-blown TheCasanova, and is actually tipped straight into LadykillerInLove once he meets Beckett.
* ''HappyDays'': The Fonz.
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'': Dean Winchester goes between being TheCasanova and this {{trope}}.
* Patrick Jane of ''Series/TheMentalist'' has a lot of this going on, although he's definitely got other motives for his actions; he does seem to genuinely ''enjoy'' flirting with Lisbon, if only because it pisses her off.
* Neal Caffrey of ''Series/WhiteCollar''.
* Tony [=DiNozzo=] of ''Series/{{NCIS}}''. At least, that's what he tells everyone. As a crime drama,the only times we get to see him use the skill is when it blows up in his face comedicly. (And one VERY serious time)
* Eric Matthews of BoyMeetsWorld is this at first and remains so later on, despite becoming a little bit...eccentric. He advises his brother on how to treat girlfriends before Cory was ever old enough to care, and he even teaches his hot female boss how to pick up men.
** And Shawn Hunter of BoyMeetsWorld. He [[HeterosexualLifePartners spends all his time with a guy,]] [[RealMenWearPink writes secret poetry about his feelings]] and even seems to [[WholesomeCrossdresser like getting in touch with his feminine side...]] yet he still gets more girls than anyone except maybe Eric.
* Gwaine from ''Series/{{Merlin}}'' fits this trope perfectly. He flirts with Guinevere (going so far as to put a flower in her hair) but backs off instantly when it becomes clear she's not interested. The next time they meet, they share a friendly hug.
* ''NoahsArc'': Ricky. It seems he acquires virtually any man he sets his eyes on.
* Paladin of ''HaveGunWillTravel'' is a classic example.
* Eliot Spencer from ''Series/{{Leverage}}'' is always the one they send in to flirt with the female cop, security guard, secretary, parking attendant, or whatever. He always gets the information he needs, even when they send him in as the IT guy. He often ends the episode going home with one of the female side characters.
* James West and Artemus Gordon from ''Series/TheWildWildWest'', a rare example of both leads in a series filling this role.
* [[Series/MrLucky Mr. Lucky]] seems to be as lucky with the ladies as he is with cards, dice, etc. Andamo also has his moments.
* Josh Lyman on ''TheWestWing''. He has fangirls screaming his name at events the president goes to, he has wannabe groupies on online forums and he has an uncanny ability of making women interested in him simply by walking into them (usually not on purpose).
* Sam Axe from ''BurnNotice'' has a RunningGag of the girlfriends and dates that the other characters rarely want to hear about. Towards the end of the series, he's settled on just the one lady friend. He ''might'' be exaggerating his skill, but he spends most of the series as the only one with contacts in law enforcement. (They tend to operate ''outside'' the law, and the Prequel movie reveals that Sam arranged his own retirement, with an honourable discharge)
* John Watson from ''{{Series/Sherlock}}'', though certain episodes (most notably episodes 1 and 2 of season 2) have him vacillating between this and TheCasanova. Amusingly, all the work he puts into charming the ladies is instantly undone once the girls have had a conversation or two with his best friend, Sherlock, whose rudeness coupled with his (largely inadvertent) disruptions of John's dates makes them dump John before he manages to get anything going.
* Gob from ''Series/ArrestedDevelopment.'' When auditioning, the actor was asked to play a guy who thought he was charming. But it wasn't quite working, so they stopped him and said, "No, this guy - this guy's charming. Don't try to play charming. Just be charming."
* Freddie The Frog from the ''Series/OnlyFoolsAndHorses'' {{Prequel}} ''RockAndChips''.
* Finn of ''Series/{{The 100}}'' has "game", according to a fellow cast member; he spends a large part of the pilot successfully flirting with Octavia and tucking a flower into her hair, but is also charming Clarke and trying to get her to laugh.
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[[folder:Theatre]]
* Sam in ''OneTouchOfVenus''.
* Cleopatra in AntonyAndCleopatra, just another way for her to wrap you around her finger.
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[[folder:Toys]]
* In ''{{BIONICLE}}'', Jerbraz claims to have been this before he was rendered permanently invisible:
--> '''Jerbraz''': I was one of the most handsome and dashing members of my little group of friends, back when I could be seen. Now, I have to rely on my charm alone to make an impression. Oh, that and this nasty sword, which conveniently turned invisible with me. So if you see someone's head go flying off for no apparent reason... it's not your imagination.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* Leon S. Kennedy from ''Franchise/ResidentEvil'' is this. He's got that likeable, dorky-but-cool thing going on. At least Ashley seems to think so.
* Klavier Gavin from ''VisualNovel/ApolloJusticeAceAttorney'', who seems to ooze charisma from his pores, considering how many fangirls he has (in-game and RealLife, to boot).
* Balthier from ''VideoGame/FinalFantasyXII.''
* Brad Burns from the ''VideoGame/VirtuaFighter'' FightingGame series.
* Nash, the [[{{Suikoden}} Suiko-verse's]] resident superspy, knows all about kind answers turning away wrath, &c., &c. He's also described as handsome in-game, and even has some luck getting [[LadyOfWar Chris Lightfellow]], KnightInShiningArmor [[GratuitousFrench extraordinaire]] to [[DefrostingIceQueen lighten up]]. Before [[FanDumb the fans]] get their {{OTP}}s in a knot, though, he's [[LadykillerInLove married]] by the time ''SuikodenIII'' rolls around. Though we never find out who his wife is, apparently she's a real handful ({{Fanon}} leans toward [[spoiler:[[JustForPun The Vamp]]]]).
* Kyle from ''VideoGame/LunarTheSilverStar'' seems to have this effect on women, including his obvious love interest (which sometimes borders on Belligerent Sexual Tension), Jessica.
* Zelos from ''VideoGame/TalesOfSymphonia'' is such a Charmer he even gets a power around this idea, allowing him to seduce female [=NPCs=] into giving him Gald and items.
* Ezio Auditore da Firenze of ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedII'', ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedBrotherhood'' and ''VideoGame/AssassinsCreedRevelations''. When he's not actually stabbing people in the neck, he's the very picture of smooth, even in his old age. We actually never see him strike out with a woman. He simply always succeeds.
* ''VideoGame/DragonAgeII'':
** Varric Tethras is, somewhat strangely, a dwarven version of this: Cool, witty and very handy with his crossbow [[ICallItVera Bianca]].
** WordOfGod has said that no matter what danger he's in, the moment you let Varric begin to talk, ''he's won''.
** Hawke, the protagonist, if played with the Sarcastic/Charming personality, is capable of spinning a tale to make Varric proud.
* Sly from ''Franchise/SlyCooper'', in big part thanks to Kevin Miller's voice acting.
* Ellis from ''VideoGame/Left4Dead2'' may sometimes act like a boy half his age, but his sheer playfulness makes him all the more adorable. Anyway, he makes a great foil to snarky, well-dressed Nick.
* Sakazaki Yuuya of ''VisualNovel/HatofulBoyfriend'' can come off as this. He's a [[spoiler: TeenSuperspy]] slash SchoolIdol who's endlessly friendly and flirtatious but also absolutely easygoing. His nature is actually startlingly secretive, but he's entirely aware that turning on the charm and making things into entendre tends to distract people from their questions.
* In ''Franchise/MassEffect'', [[PlayerCharacter Shepard]] (male or female) is very capable of playing this role, particularly if you take him/her down the path of TheParagon.
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[[folder:Webcomics]]
* Tip from the webcomic ''SkinHorse'', despite also being a (straight) transvestite.
* Raool from ''BladeOfToshubi''
* Albert Quad formerly of [[TheKAMics SMOG]]
* Jonas of ''ThePhoenixRequiem'', who seems to have a preternatural ability to inspire trust and affection in just about everybody he meets...even [[http://requiem.seraph-inn.com/viewcomic.php?page=328 other men]].
* Alexander Hamilton of ''TheDreamer''. Seriously.
* Sven from ''QuestionableContent''.
** Note that in his case, it's because of CharacterDevelopment from when he was TheCasanova.
* [[StatMeters Pulchritude]] in ''ProblemSleuth'' acts as a measure of a given character's ability to be this. [[GuileHero Problem Sleuth]] himself has the highest of the main cast, and by the end uncouth [[FatIdiot Ace Dick]] ''lacks'' a Pulchritude gauge altogether.
* Jandar the mercenary and con man from ''Webcomic/{{Glorianna}}''.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TopCat'': TC himself.
* ''WesternAnimation/HokeyWolf'': Wolf indeed.
* Jonesy from ''WesternAnimation/{{Sixteen}}'', although he fails a fair amount.
* Dr. Hartford from ''[[WesternAnimation/AdventuresOfTheGalaxyRangers Galaxy Rangers]]'' is just as good a charmer and fast-talker as he is a TechnoWizard. Of course, Social Engineering attacks (aka "con jobs") in real life ARE a time-honored way to get past network security...
* Ben Tennyson (in ''WesternAnimation/Ben10UltimateAlien'')
* Jet from ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender.'' His initial appearance had him manipulating both Katara and Aang through his smooth talk and bad-boy charm.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegendOfKorra'': Bolin, who has a habit of sneaking his fangirls in to watch his Pro-Bending matches for free.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'': T.J. Detweiler.
* ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' brought Comic-standard Kid Flash in the middle of the final season. His first big chance to do good is when he swiped the stolen goods out of the Thieving Hive Five's hands... Except for Jinx. He swapped out the stolen necklace for a rose. When he gets a chance to meet her at "her own speed" he doesn't want to bring her in, he just wants to talk. Throughout the episode he continues to try and reach her as a normal person, despite Jinx's constant abuse. [[spoiler: He's so persistent that by the penultimate episode, Jinx has left the Hive and joined the Titans in the big battle. He even refers to her as "A friend"]]
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