That carpenter guy from The Bible. Hey, bear with me now. (Incidentally this is why Jesus preaches love towards your fellow man: at some point in time he will be that man. He will be all of them. With the possible exception of Mickey Smith.
(Possibly confirmed by Word of God, literally. Matthew 25:40 is all this editor will say on the subject.)
(But the books that state he's not Mickey have been suppressed by the Vatican)
He's definitely not Uwe Boll. Jesus could not be that big an asshole.
One of the fruits of the Holy Spirit is love. So loving the least of your brothers is basically expressing how large your faith in God is.
Everyone from Neon Genesis Evangelion but most especially Kaworu (He died for our sins!) and Lilith/Yui Ikari/Rei Ayanami, who was crucified by the Lilim to create the Evangelions, died thrice to save Shinji, and became the universal angel/companion for all of us through initiating Instrumentality / The Rapture with a heaping help of psychoanalytical therapy and merchandising. Most especially for the suffering, persecuted, downtrodden, ridiculed, decaying, hidden, lowly Otaku.
If Yui is Sophia, Gendo is the Demiurge. If Lilith is Sophia, Humanity is the Demiurge.
Kyon is the True God/Jesus, Yuki/The Data Overmind is Sophia while Haruhi is the Demiurge.
Everyone in Final Fantasy but most especially Aerith (Messianic Archetype side, if she didn't die, then HOLY would not be cast and the Lifestream would not be able to save itself) and Sephiroth (the OT God aka "Jenova" and that one who gets to kick everyone's butts in the Apocalypse, or if you like, the God-Emperor of Mankind.)
Alternatively, thanks to multiple timelines, Madoka and Homura are two "human/flawed" parts of one Jesus. Initially in the original timeline Madoka is a full-blown messiah who suffers for Homuhomu's sins. When Homuhomu wished for Time Lord powers to protect Madoka, in other timelines (like the series timeline) she suffers for Madoka's sins, making Madoka gain the power of multiple universes revolving around her. And in the end Madokami suffers for everyone's sins.
WALL•E. It also helps that the story is a Noah's Ark allegory.
They sacrificed their lives to secure the future of Greece, which the modern Western world desperately wants to associate themselves with because they rocked.
Flash Gordon. Oh, come on! Saviour of the universe? He's for every one of us, stand for every one of us? No-one but the pure of heart can climb the Golden Grail? He even hangs out with a Jewish guy, what more do you want?
Bertie Wooster. Jeeves is an angel sent to keep him on the right course.
Kane. He died twice at the hands of GDI and rose again. After all, You Can't Kill The Messiah.
Kara Thrace. Or possibly also Gaius Baltar. Or Laura Roslin. Or Chip!Six. Or D'Anna. Hey, being the messiah of two entirely different (except kind of not) belief systems is a busy job — wouldn't you try and delegate some of it if you could?
Kim Possible: Yes, really. She "can do anything". She saves the world on a regular basis, and when she isn't doing that, she's helping people offscreen, and remains largely humble. You'd nearly expect the series to end with her dying for our sins.
No, Ron's the Jesus here. He was the one who killed the alienes at the end of the movie.