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Characters: The Mummy Trilogy
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     Main Characters 

Rick O’Connell

"Oh I hate mummies."
Played By: Brendan Fraser

The main character. An adventurer who served in the French Foreign Legion and eventually learns that he's a reincarnated warrior on a mission to save the world.

Tropes associated with Rick:

Evelyn Carnahan-O'Connell

Played By: Rachel Weisz & Maria Bello

Tropes associated with Evelyn:

Jonathan Carnahan

"I hate mummies! They never play fair!"
Played By: John Hannah

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Alex O’Connell

Played By: Freddie Boath & Luke Ford

Tropes associated with Alex:

  • Brats with Slingshots: In the second film.
  • The Chosen One: To use the bracelet of Anubis. Well he chose himself really.
  • Chekhov's Skill: Like his uncle Jonathan, Alex is established early on as learning how to read hieroglyphics. This eventually pops up after Evy dies and they need to resurrect her using the Book of the Dead... written in hieroglyphics.
    • He uses a child's natural talent of misbehaving on Lock-Nah, knowing he can't hurt him or kill him until they reach the pyramid.
  • Deadpan Snarker: He sure does take after his father.
  • Idiot Ball: As Rick lampshades, what the hell was Alex thinking when he decided to go and uncover the Emperor?! It's not like his family haven't had a long history dealing with curses and mummies... does it ever end well?!
  • In the Blood: Alex is not the first person in the family to be a Disaster Domino.
  • He Is All Grown Up: In the third film.
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He may be a brat, but he actually has a good heart and is rather smart.
  • May-December Romance: With Lin. Although Lin is about the same age as Alex, she and her mother had been rendered immortal for 2,000 years due to the power of Shangri-La's waters. Of course, her mother took care of the problem by sacrificing their immortality in order to summon an undead army to stop the Emperor.
  • Nice Job Breaking It, Hero: He inadvertently awakens the Dragon Emperor from his tomb simply by digging him up. Of course, he was being manipulated into doing so at the time, so it's a given.
  • The Smart Guy: He is intelligent far beyond his years, a trait his parents never hesitate to acknowledge. He is able to speak and read Ancient Egyptian better than Jonathan having been taught by Evelyn and is able to use the Book of the Dead to resurrect her when she is killed by Anck-su-namun.
  • Tag Along Kid
  • Too Dumb to Live: Alex in the second film. Given who his parents are, all of the ancient traps and cursed objects they've encountered and that the Temple they found the Bracelet in immediately self-destructed upon its removal... what made him think that putting the damn thing on his arm was at all safe?!
    • In fairness, he was eight years old at the time.
    • This doesn't however forgive his stupidity for waking up the Emperor in the third film.
  • Took a Level in Badass: He and Rick slew the Dragon Emperor.

     Imhotep & his Followers 

Imhotep

Played By: Arnold Vosloo

The first Big Bad of the Mummy trilogy.

Tropes associated with Imhotep:

Anck-su-namun/Meela Nais

Played By: Patricia Velásquez

Tropes associated with Anck-su-namun:

Beni Gabor

Played By: Kevin J O’Connor

Tropes associated with Beni:

Baltus Hafez

Played By: Alun Armstrong

Tropes associated with Baltus:

Lock-Nah

Played By: Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje

Tropes associated with Lock-Nah:

     The Dragon Emperor and his followers 

Emperor Qin Shi Huang

Played By: Jet Li

The series newest Big Bad, introduced in the third film.

Tropes associated with Qin Shi Huang:

General Yang

Played By: Anthony Wong

Tropes associated with Yang:

Choi

Played By: Jessey Meng

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     Medjai 

Medjai in general

Ardeth Bay

Played By: Oded Fehr

Tropes associated with Ardeth:

Dr. Terrence Bey

Played By: Erick Avari

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     American Expedition 

Dr Allen Chamberlain

Played By: Jonathan Hyde

Tropes associated with Dr. Chamberlain:

Mr Burns

Played By: Tuc Watkins

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Mr Henderson

Played By: Stephen Dunham

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Mr Daniels

Played By: Corey Johnson

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     Other Characters 

Gad Hassan

Played By: Omid Djalili

Tropes associated with Gad Hassan:

Capt. Winston Havelock

Played By: Bernard Fox

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Izzy

Played By: Shaun Parkes

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Mathayus the Scorpion King

Played By: Dwayne Johnson

Actually Mathayus the II, or maybe III. The true Big Bad of the second film.

Tropes associated with this version of Scorpion King:

Zi Yuan

Played By: Michelle Yeoh

Tropes associated with Zi Yuan:

Lin

Played By: Isabella Leong

Tropes associated with Lin:

General Ming Guo

Played By: Russel Wong

Tropes associated with Ming Guo:

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