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     Molly Walker 

Molly Walker

     Charlene "Charlie" Andrews 

Charlie Andrews (Jayma Mays)

A waitress with an enhanced memory, she becomes Hiro's love after she dies.

  • Always Save the Girl: Poor girl. In the first season Sylar kill her and when Hiro save her, she is kidnapped by Samuel and left in the 1944.
  • Back from the Dead: She was killed by Sylar. However, when Hiro Nakamura traveled back in time and changed her fate, Charlie was healed by Sylar and fell in love with Hiro. Samuel Sullivan then had her abducted and left her in 1944.
  • Dead Star Walking: When she returned in Season 4, Jayma Mays had been cast as a regular in Glee. This pretty much guaranteed that she and Hiro would have no future.
  • Diabolus ex Machina: If she wasn't killed by Sylar, she would have died of a brain clot. Originally, at least.
  • Forgotten Fallen Friend: For three seasons, Hiro forgot she existed.
  • I Let Gwen Stacy Die: Hiro even compares her to Gwen.
  • Kill the Cutie
  • Love Interest: To Hero.
  • Nice Girl: One of most lovely and adorable character in the series.
  • Photographic Memory: Charlie has the ability to remember and recall vast amounts of information. She is easily able to retain and recall what she reads. She learned minutiae, languages, and complex information quickly without the need for repetition.
  • Service Sector Stereotypes: Charlie is a subversion of the diner waiter. She is charming and friendly, not to mention serving as Hiro Nakamura's first love interest... and she has a perfect memory.
  • Shaggy Dog Story: Hiro witnesses her die brutally, so he goes back in time six months to prevent the whole thing. Several months take place as the two of them fall in love. When Hiro tries to tell her that she will die, she tells him that she has a blood clot in her brain and will die shortly anyway. Oops. Waste of six good months.
    • In the last season, Hiro travel back in time and change her fate; Charlie was healed by Sylar and fell in love with Hiro. Samuel Sullivan then had her abducted and left her in 1944. When Hiro finally meet her, she's old and asks Hiro not to go back in time, because she's built a family during 65 years and doesn't want to lose that. Doubleyoo. Tee. Eff.

     "Claude Rains" 

Claude Rains (Christopher Eccleston)

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Ability: Invisibility

A cynical British fellow with the ability to turn invisible. He became a Trickster Mentor to Peter and is one of the most popular minor characters.

  • Badass
  • Badass Beard
  • Character Name Alias: Christopher Eccleston's character introduces himself as Claude Rains, after the actor who played The Invisible Man. The line was actually improvised by Eccleston, but they decided to Throw It In, and eventually, it was decided that this might even be the character's real name.
  • Cynical Mentor: He appears to despise Peter and uses their "training sessions" as chances to beat the crap out of him. He also has several other quotes about the general unreliability and undesirable qualities of humanity, and he pushed Peter Petrelli off a 30-story building.
  • Deadpan Snarker
  • Good Is Not Nice
  • Homeless Pigeon Person: Claude Rains cares for pigeons on Charles Deveaux's rooftop.
  • Invisibility: Claude has the ability to become invisible, and has been living with the power for at least 15 years. Upon contact, Claude's ability allows him to extend his invisibility to other objects.
  • Meaningful Name: He is named after Claude Rains who played the role of "The Invisible Man".
  • Lovable Rogue: He uses the power to his advantage, stealing from others.
  • No-One Could Survive That: The flashback sequence where Bennet shoots him and he seems to fall to his death, though he obviously did survive that since he's around to teach Peter.
  • The Obi-Wan
  • Put on a Bus: After Noah and the Haitian attack him and Peter, he turns invisible and runs out of Peter's apartment and he hasn't been seen on screen since.
    • He appeared in a lot of Graphic Novels and they've subtly alluded to him a few times onscreen, so his fans are pretty sure that the writers are bringing him back. Not happen.
  • Seen It All: He has alluded to a hobby of randomly following people around, so he's seen a lot.
  • Trickster Mentor
  • Zen Survivor: His training of Peter is brief, brutal, but very helpful (though he gets some things wrong), and he definitely fits the backstory requirements.

     Theodore Sprague 

Ted Sprague (Matthew John Armstrong)

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Ability: Induced radioactivity

Some poor guy who just happened to have Radioactive powers, accidentally killed his wife, is hunted by the F.B.I. for crimes he didn't commit, and takes on the Ancient Conspiracy with Matt Parkman, Noah Bennet, and Hana Gitelman. He gets off his revenge kick just in time to be de-brained by Sylar.

     Hana Gitelman 

Hana Gitelman (Stana Katic)

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Ability: Digital communication

Hana is an Israeli soldier and technopath who was seeking Revenge against the Company with Matt and Ted after being manipulated by Noah. She destroys the Company's tracking satellite, but ended up being forced to upload her brain to the internet to survive. She was later deleted attempting to hack into the Company's mainframe alongside Richard Drucker.

     Meredith Gordon 

Meredith Gordon (Jessalyn Gilsig)

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Ability: Pyrokinesis

Claire's biological mother who has the ability to create fire. Went on the run after being discovered by the Company and refusing to become an agent due to their abduction of Claire, which Meredith thought had killed her.

  • Abusive Parents: When her father began to beat Flint, Meredith manifested her powers and killed him.
  • Big Sister Instinct
  • Finger Snap Lighter: Meredith does it so much that fans nicknamed her "Flamepalm".
  • Killed Off for Real: In Season 3, when Sylar shoots her full of adrenaline and causes her powers to go into overdrive and burn down the building she was in.
  • Luke, I Am Your Father: She is the real mother of Claire.
  • Playing with Fire: Meredith has the ability to create fire. In addition to this, she seems to be resistant to some of the consequences of its use; her flames heated the walls of a shipping container enough to burn Claire's hands, and they consumed enough oxygen to nearly suffocate Claire, but Meredith showed no discomfort from the heat or lack of oxygen.
  • Run for the Border: She hid out in Mexico for a while.
  • Siblings in Crime: She and Flint robbed various stores before being captured by the Company.
  • Superpower Meltdown: She is injected with a syringe full of adrenaline by Sylar. She goes into this mode, which sadly ends quite tragically for her and anyone else who might not have escaped the Company building.

     Alejandro Herrera 

Alejandro Herrera (Shalim Ortiz)


     West Rosen 

West Rosen (Nick D'Agosto)

Ability: Flight

A student at Claire's high school in California, he was abducted by Noah and the Company as a kid and is fearful of being attacked again. He and Claire enter a relationship, but end it after she wants to expose Evolved Humans to the world. West later joins Micah's REBEL team, and begins attending New York University.

  • Flight: West possesses the power of flight. He has shown a high degree of control over his flight ability, varying his speed and altitude without visual cues. He maneuvers with sufficient skill to avoid overt detection from both individuals on the ground and in aircraft, despite flying in broad daylight.
  • Put on a Bus: "Powerless" is the last episode where he appears and "break" with Claire.
  • Took a Level in Badass: In the online comics.

     Daphne Millbrook 

Daphne Millbrook (Brea Grant)

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Ability: Super Speed

A speedy thief who worked for Pineherst before turning against them and becoming a love interest for Matt Parkman. She was killed by Danko's forces in Volume 4.

  • Action Mom: In the exposed future.
  • Anti-Villain: She is professional thief who works for and with other villains, but is clearly disgusted by most of them, never kills anyone herself, and is eventually revealed to have been working with Pinehearst because its leader would otherwise take away her superspeed, which is the only thing stopping her from being crippled by cerebral palsy.
  • Deadpan Snarker: She definitely has a hard time believing Matt about being together in the future.
  • Fragile Speedster: She has Super Speed but she can go down very easily and she isn't faster than an nuclear explosion.
  • Freudian Excuse: Most of her villainy seems to have been born of guilt and self-loathing for how she treated her father and (especially) her dying mother.
  • Heel–Face Turn: After meeting Matt.
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Daphne is shot trying to rescue Claire, Matt, and the others. She initially survived, but later dies from sepsis because Danko had her removed from the medical facility.
  • Homeless Hero: Her origin in the Graphic Novel.
  • Huge Guy, Tiny Girl: With Matt. She (5'2") is also significantly shorter than her partner Knox (5'10") when they approach Hiro and Ando at the bar.
  • Lovable Rogue
  • Outrun the Fireball: Subverted. Even she can't outrun a nuclear blast in a Bad Future.
  • Stuffed into the Fridge: Dies in the "exposed heroes" future. However that future is not exist anymore.
    • Unfortunately in Volume 4, Daphne is shot while attempting to rescue specials kidnapped by Emile Danko, who later kills her by removing her from the medical facility, thus causing her wound to become septic. Useless say that Matt don't get well.
  • Super Speed: To the point where Hiro stopping time only serves to bring her down to normal speed.
  • Wild Card: When amplified by Ando's ability, Daphne was capable of running faster than the speed of light, allowing her to time travel. and rescue a powerless Hiro trapped in the past.

     Usutu 

Usutu (Ntare Guma Mbaho Mwine)

Ability: Precognition

A prophet who lives in a hut in the middle of an African desert. He helps guide Matt and Hiro along the path to their destinies.

     Stephen Canfield 

Stephen Canfield (Andre Royo)

Ability: Gravitational manipulation

A guy with the power to create miniature black holes, who accidentally killed his neighbor and got locked up by the Company in Level 5 for it.

  • Bad Powers, Bad People: Subverted, almost to the point of being a deconstruction. Despite what the Company (and Claire, at first) think, and despite his having the perfect power for a legitimately threatening villain, he isn't a bad guy. He's very desperate to subvert this image, to the point of killing himself rather than take another life, even if it is the life of a serial killer.
  • Driven to Suicide
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Has a history of his temper getting the better of him. His accidental murder of his neighbor resulted from an argument over a broken lawnmower.
  • Nice Guy: Despite his temper, he really is a nice normal guy.
  • The Unfavourite: His parents preferred his older sister, who did better in school and became an administer in the Los Angelus school system.

     Sparrow Redhouse 

Sparrow Redhouse

Ability: Terrakinesis

Member of Micah's super-team REBEL and a Terrakinetic.

  • Action Girl: FINALLY Heroes shows that the ladies can kick ass just as much as the guys!
  • Badass Family: Not a biological family perhaps but it's how she and Micah view the team they've put together.
  • Big Sister Instinct: Towards Micah.
  • Dishing Out Dirt
  • Early-Bird Cameo: She made a brief cameo in a season one graphic novel about two years before her proper debut in the "Rebellion" arc.
    • Her name also pops up on early copies of Chandra's list and Word of God says that she's the hooded character on the plane of specials.
  • Magical Native American: Averted. Despite being a Native American the only stereotypical facet to the character is her "One with the Earth" powers and they don't make a big deal out of it.
  • Red Eyes, Take Warning: The comics have her eyes glow when using her power. Sometimes at least.
  • Ship Tease: With West.

     Rachel Mills 

Rachel Mills (Taylor Cole)

Ability: Teleportation

A private in the Marines recruited for Pinehearst's plan to give soldiers abilities, which she already secretly had. After escaping Pinehearst, she was captured by Angela Petrelli and interrogated over the events there, eventually escaping once again. She was then asked to join Building 26, a government organization dedicated to hunting down evolved humans. Rachel joined them, but became a mole for REBEL to help bring down the operation. She later became a police officer in Lyneboro, Connecticut.

     Ryan Hanover 

Ryan Hanover (Cole Williams)


     Scott 

Scott (Chad Faust)

Ability: Enhanced strength (synthetic)

A soldier recruited by Nathan for his super soldier project at Pineherst.

     Alex Woolsly 

Alex Woolsly (Justin Baldoni)

Ability: Underwater breathing
An evolved human that Claire hides from the government mooks.

     Ishi Nakamura 

Ishi Nakamura (Tamlyn Tomita)

Ability: Healing

     Alice Shaw 

     Emma Coolidge 

Emma Coolidge (Deanne Bray)

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Ability: See and Manipulate Soundwaves

A deaf woman who works at a hospital office with a power of her own.

  • Deadpan Snarker: She can even snark with just her expression and in sign language.
  • Deaf Composer: After embracing her power, she loves to play the cello to see the sound waves created by the music.
  • Disability Superpower: She's deaf, but can "see" sounds as intense colors and manipulate them.
    • Lethal Harmless Powers: And when she channels her emotions into them, she can create incredibly powerful effects such as drawing people in like a siren, or slicing/smashing things like a telekinetic.
  • Mind-Control Music: The sounds she creates, particularly when using a musical instrument, can lure in other people.
  • My Greatest Failure: Her young nephew drowned while she was babysitting him. Because she is deaf, she could not hear his cries for help. She subsequently dropped out of medical school as a result. When she saves the life of a little girl who collapsed in the hospital, Peter persuades her to return to medical school.
  • Office Lady: To the point of being a Workaholic. It's revealed that because of the above My Greatest Failure, she dropped out of medical school and became this because she feared repeating her mistake with future patients. Her mother tries to nudge her out of this.
  • Ship Tease: With Peter, and a bit with Sylar.

     Abigail 

Abigail

Ability: Create Forcefields

     Jeremy Greer 

Jeremy Greer (Mark L. Young)

Ability: Healing

     Gordon Hovey 

Gordon Hovey

Ability: Granulation

A prisoner of Building 26, Gordon is rescued by Rachel Mills when her cover is blown. He has the ability to turn anything that touches him into sand, including people.

The Villains

     Flint Gordon 

Flint Gordon, Jr. (Blake Shields)

Ability: Pyrokinesis

     Benjamin "Knox" Washington 

Knox (Jamie Hector)


     Jesse Murphy 

     Eric Doyle 

Eric Doyle (David H. Lawrence XVII)

Ability: Puppet master

A marionette theater owner in California, Doyle was captured by the Company and imprisoned in Level 5 following his murder of several people who had slighted him, as well as the kidnapping of Meredith Gordon. After spending three years imprisoned, he was among the escapees from Level 5 when Elle fought Sylar. He was recaptured by Meredith and Claire Bennet, but escaped again when Sylar burned Primatech to the ground. Following this, he attempted to change his ways, and with the help of REBEL created a new identity and fell in love with a normal woman. However, after going to the Sullivan Brothers Carnival, he felt he had finally found a place where he could be himself and joined them, becoming fanatically loyal to Samuel Sullivan.

     Candice Wilmer 

Candice Wilmer (Missy Peregrym, Rachel Kimsey)

Ability: Illusion

Candice is an agent of The Company and often uses her power of illusion to disguise her appearances or create false backgrounds. See Heroes The Company for more on her.

     The German 

The German (Ken Lally)

Ability: Magnetism

A German thief captured by the Company and placed in Level 5, he escaped alongside a dozen other prisoners and joined Knox, Flint, and Jessie in robbing a bank. He was murdered by Knox after wanting to escape when he learned the Company was coming.

     "Baron Samedi" 

"Baron Samedi" (Demetrius Grosse)

Ability: Impenetrable Skin

The Haitain's half-brother, Baron Samedi used his ability to become an unstoppable warlord in Haiti before being imprisoned by the Company in Level 5. After escaping, he returns to Haiti and attempts to reforge his army.

     Luke Campbell 

Luke Campbell (Dan Byrd)

Ability: Microwave Emission

Luke the Nuke is Sylar's sidekick that he picked up in Volume 4 who was helping him find his father. Luke hero-worships Sylar and considers him to be his bestest friend ever.

     Samson Gray 

Samson Gray (John Glover)

Sylar's biological father.

     James Martin 

James Martin (Bill Hooper)

Ability: Shapeshifting

A teacher targeted by Building 26, Martin is a shapeshifter who takes peoples forms to seduce women. Danko eventually "feeds" him to Sylar and his body becomes stuck in Sylar's form.

     Linda Tavara 

Linda Tavara

Ability: Aura Absorption


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