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Characters: Helix
Significant characters on Helix, and their associated tropes.

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The Core Group

    Dr. Alan Farragut 
Played by: Billy Campbell
“When a surgeon fumbles, the patient dies. When WE drop the ball, thousands die.”

    Dr. Peter Farragut 

Played by: Neil Napier
"Something about being trapped in this place. I see that bastard around every corner."

     Dr. Julia Walker 

Played by: Kyra Zagorsky
"Get it together, Jules! You. Don't. Get. Sick."

  • Beauty Is Never Tarnished: Averted. As her infection progresses she starts to look steadily worse, with bloodshot eyes and Tainted Veins steadily creeping around her face.
  • Face-Heel Turn: If the first season finale is any indication.
  • Glowing Eyes/Technicolor Eyes: After Hatake somehow cures her from infection, her eyes become the same luminescent silver color as his, implying that this unnatural eye color is a side effect of the cure. Hatake provides her with contacts of her original eye color with which to mask them in the following episode after Julia discovers that her new eyes have an extreme sensitivity to bright lights.
  • Helpful Hallucination: When she realizes The Virus is causing her subconscious to manifest Jaye.
  • I Hate You, Vampire Dad: In essence, if not in fact, once Hatake reveals his paternity and nature to her.
  • Old Flame: With both Alan and Peter.
  • Trauma-Induced Amnesia: When infected by Peter. Then again, it may just be good old-fashioned denial/Blatant Lies.

    Dr. Sarah Jordan 

Played by: Jordan Hayes
“We are all waiting to die. I just have a little less time.”

    Dr. Doreen Boyle 

Played by: Catherine Lemieux
“Someone designed this virus and it sure as shit wasn't mother nature.”

  • Cruel and Unusual Death: Stabbed with a syringe by Balleseros thus giving her a embolism. It caused her to convulse violently then she has a shelf full of infected rats pushed on her which eat her ALIVE. Not an easy way to go, to say the least.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • He Knows Too Much: Almost to the point of being invoked. Balleseros uses her to get the information he needs, then kills her so she can't tell anyone else.
  • Odd Friendship: With Balleseros
  • Snark-to-Snark Combat: With Balleseros.

    Major Sergio Balleseros 

Played by: Mark Ghanime
"Keeping the word from getting out on this shit show is one of my imperatives."

  • Affably Evil: Despite all the horrible things he does to plug potential leaks he is easy to get along with.
  • Apologetic Attacker: "Sorry, Doreen. I'm so sorry."
  • Back Stab: His preferred method of dealing with the unfortunate people who know too much.
  • Badass
  • Being Evil Sucks: Grows increasingly disgusted with himself over the things he's done like killing Doreen or kidnapping the children. May be the reason for his eventual (apparent) Heel-Face Turn.
  • Cleanup Crew: His main purpose for being at the facility. Lampshaded.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Just Following Orders
  • Karmic Death: Daniel stabs him in the chest with an ice pick; the wound itself is not instantly fatal, so he proceeds to remove the Major's protective clothing, leaving him to be killed by the elements; similar to how Balleseros himself disabled Doreen and left her to be eaten by the rats.
  • Majorly Awesome
  • Odd Friendship: With Doreen. He kills her anyway.
  • Shirtless Scene: After being captured by Anana the camera lingers on his chest many times.
  • Snark-to-Snark Combat: With Doreen
  • The Engineer: His purpose is to analyze the facility itself to discern structural methods of transmission.

    Dr. Hiroshi Hatake 

Played by: Hiroyuki Sanada
“You don't have the intellectual capacity to evaluate my work.”

     Daniel Aerov/Miksa 

Played by: Meegwun Fairbrother
“I don't work for him. I AM his son.”

  • Blind Obedience: To Hatake. Hinted at by Balleseros. Despite this, he is still disturbed when Hatake kills three scientists who had surrendered their weapons, and voices his disapproval.
  • Bond One-Liner: "Got a reply for that message!"
  • Cruel and Unusual Death: His head is blown off by an explosive collar.
  • Even Evil Has Standards: As mentioned above, he is visibly disturbed upon witnessing Hatake's murder of three infected scientists after they had surrendered. It is this event that prompts him to start to question whether his Undying Loyalty to Hatake is well placed.
  • Fake Guest Star: Daniel appears in 12 of season 1's 13 episodes (and actor Meegwun Fairbrother appears in all 13) but is listed among the guest stars.
  • Genre Savvy: After Balleseros ambushes him out in the snow, he survives due to the heavy protective clothing he was wearing. When he returns the favor and takes out Balleseros, he makes sure to remove the Major's layers so that he won't be so lucky.
  • Happily Adopted: To Hatake, who raised him.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: He triggers the explosive collar himself, fully knowing that it will result in his own death, in order to spare Hatake from having to make the Sadistic Choice of who to save between him and Julia.
  • The Dragon: To Dr. Hatake
  • Took a Level in Badass: Ambushes Balleseros with an ice pick, strips him of his protective clothing, then leaves him to die exposed to the elements.

Ilaria Corporation

     Constance Sutton 
Played by: Jeri Ryan

     Spencer Chissik, aka "The Scythe" 
Played by: Robert Naylor

     Klein 
Played by: Christian Jadah

Other Characters

     Anana 
Played by: Luciana Carro

     Toluk 
Played by: Meegwun Fairbrother

  • Acting for Two
  • Badass: He's pretty tough, able to hold his own against trained mercenaries.
  • Big Brother Instinct: With Anana, going so far as to threaten Balleseros with bodily harm if he hurts her.
  • Gentle Giant: Unless you piss him off.
  • Separated at Birth: Technically, they were separated as very young children, but "Daniel Aerov" is actually his long-lost twin brother Miksa.

     Gunnar 
Played by: Anders Yates

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