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* ''Radio/JourneyIntoSpace'':
** In the original series, the frequently heard Control operator's name is never stated.
** In ''The Red Planet'', the dingo hunter and the flying doctor are not named.


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* ''ComicStrip/TheBroons''. Only the older kids have names. Their parents are Maw and Paw Broon (and Paw's father is Grandpaw Broon), and their younger siblings are The Twins and The Bairn.
* In ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes'', the parents names are never revealed nor is the family last name. The full names of Rosalyn, Moe and Miss Wormwood are never told either. Susie Derkins is the only character whose full name is revealed. WordOfGod says that this was intentional on Watterson's part, because, as far as the strip was concerned, Calvin's parents were only important because they were Calvin's Parents.
** This is part of the reason why Watterson scrapped the Uncle Max character after his first appearance--it was altogether too awkward that Max couldn't refer to his brother by name.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Dilbert}}'' examples:
** The PointyHairedBoss does not have a name. Since most of the characters in the strip are his employees, Scott Adams gets around by having them refer to the character as "the Boss" and address him as "sir". In one episode of [[WesternAnimation/{{Dilbert}} the animated show]], the Boss signs a delivery form. The delivery man looks at the clipboard incredulously, and says "that's your name?" We never see what it is, however we later hear he signed as "Eunice". The same episode established that his name is NOT "Eunice" (it's his alias for line-dancing) or "Bob Johnson" (which he uses for mail fraud).
** Dilbert, Wally, Alice and all the other major human characters seem to ''[[OnlyOneName simply have no last names]]''. In [[http://www.dilbert.com/strips/comic/1998-02-01/ this strip]], two characters introduce themselves with their full names and then Alice introduces herself as... just Alice, as though [[OnlyOneName that were the only name she had]].
** The hyper-intelligent Garbage-Man: In an early strip, Dilbert tells another character his Garbage-Man's name is "Gus Simpson", but this may have been before the character of the Garbage-Man was fully developed, and could refer to someone else.
** We've never heard Dilbert's mother's actual name. Fans call her [[FanNickname "the Dilmom"]].
* 'The Dog' in ''ComicStrip/FootrotFlats'' has such an EmbarrassingFirstName that he never allows it to be said or revealed in any way in the comic, and holds a grudge against Aunt Dolly for giving him the name.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' examples:
** The full names of Marcie and Schroeder, and Pig-Pen's real name, are never revealed.
** Other characters ''were'' given last names, but these were hardly ever used, meaning that these characters effectively remained without surnames for most readers. For example, Peppermint Patty's surname (spoken only once) was "Reichart" (pronounced "rike-hart").
** The Little Red-Haired Girl's name is never revealed in the comic strip, though at least two of the animated specials ("It's Your First Kiss, Charlie Brown" and "Happy New Year Charlie Brown") called her "Heather". However, despite writing the specials himself, Schulz considered both the name and her appearance (in the strip she was TheGhost) non-canonical.
** Almost no adults in the strip are given names, and in the animated specials, they don't even have intelligible voices. One minor exception in the strip is Linus' teacher, who we know as "Miss Othmar".
** The girl who sits next to Rerun in school is never referred to by name, despite being a fairly major character for the last few years of the strip.
* The ''ComicStrip/{{Scamp}}'' newspaper comic makes the odd decision to state the fact that Lady and Tramp never got around to giving Scamp's siblings names. The comic runs for two months before they decide to address this fact and actually decide to start giving them one.
* The Argentinian ComicStrip/{{Mafalda}} has the titular character's parents [[UnnamedParent remain nameless]] (except for a single strip in which her mother's name, Raquel, was mentioned). Another notorious point is her surname, which no one really cared much for- until a strip where a school test of hers was shown, including what appeared to be an M after her name. [[TheUnreveal Or half of it anyway, the rest was cut off by the panel's boundaries.]]
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* In ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/11886910/1/Gankona-Unnachgiebig-Unità Gankona, Unnachgiebig, Unità]]'', [[spoiler:the rude chef, the homophobe, and the bully were never actually given names. Not that Germany and Japan would have cared to learn them.]]
* Beltorey's commander in ''FanFic/TheTaintedGrimoire'' is never given a name. He is always referred to as Commander or the Commander.
* ''FanFic/PonyPOVSeries'':
** The only member of Celestia and Luna's family who isn't named is their [[GodOfGood Father]]. WordOfGod is that His name ''can't'' be pronounced by mortals. (Though [[EldritchAbomination Havoc]] calls him "[[FriendlyEnemy Buddy]]" if that's worth anything.)
** The first BigBad, [[spoiler: [[EnemyWithin Loneliness]]]], never refers to herself as such. Rather, Twilight calls her that, and she doesn't bother contradicting it.
** Patch's first antagonist in the ''7 Dreams/Nightmares'' collection is never named during her story, referred to in the credits as the Pegasus Despot. It's only during his cameo in Starlight's story [[spoiler: at her afterlife trial]] that his name (Film Critique) is given.
* ''Fanfic/WhatAboutWitchQueen'' has Meyer's captain, who's always called "the captain" or "scout captain". It doesn't help that we only see him when it's Meyer's POV.
* ''FanFic/TheImmortalGame'' has both [[TheAlcoholic Sir Unimpressive]] and his ArchEnemy [[MookLieutenant the Cadet]].
* ''ComicStrip/CalvinAndHobbes''' case of this is lampshaded in ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheMovie'':
--> '''Search & Rescue team member:''' We have been searching the area, Mr. and Mrs... um... I forgot your names.
* ''FanFic/ASmallCrime'':
** Kit and Siv's last name are never mentioned.
** And earlier, Siv is only named as the Stranger.
* The squadron medical officer in ''FanFic/WingsToFly'' is introduced to the reader as "Larishminova", with the acknowledgement that this is the best a different character can do to pronounce their name and it's not a correct pronunciation ''or'' what's on their nametag. They're never referred to in-story by name, and never referred to in narration by anything but the mispronunciation.
* In general, whenever the fanmade "Hakurei Miko" character (if that is supposed to her) is used or someone is cast as Reimu's mother, she's in general not referred to as having a name for various reasons, be it NominalImportance or whichever, as in the case of Fanfic/OsanaReimu, although this is justified in the aforementioned that [[spoiler: she is a forgotten Miko]], in which case she was usually called "Mom" or "Clumsy Miko-san"
** Likewise, for awhile in the ''Fanfic/Gensokyo20XX'', Reimu's birthmother was never reffered to as having a name, aside from "Mikosan", "Reimu's Mother" , or, by Yukari, "the slattern". Of course, this was probably because no other Youkai, besides Yukari, knew or remembered her name. It wasn't until a certain story in the series, was she given a name, revealing it to be "Reiko". In that vein, Ren, before he was named, wasn't typically called anything besides "Ran's fiance" or "Winston", until about chapter 17 of 20XXIV. We also have his ex-sister in law who is called "Baka's Bitch Wife", "Bitch Wife", or "Paintbrush Bitch" and WordOfGod did state her reasons for not giving her a name, as "we wouldn't like her anyway"
* ''FanFic/MaimDeMaim'' has this and the EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep in the form of "The Chancellor" (or, simply. "Chancellor") who is only referred to by the aforementioned. When we first see her in a flashback, she introduces herself as such.
* ''WebVideo/UltraFastPony:''
** In "The Best Episode Ever", Applejack realizes that her character in the play doesn't have a name, and she breaks character to ask if it's important.
** In "Derp and Destruction", Derpy Hooves mentions a few times that she doesn't know if Derpy Hooves is actually her own name or not. (This is almost certainly a reference to how, in ''My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic'', Derpy's name was mentioned in one episode, then edited out of all subsequent broadcasts. And she commonly makes appearances in various EU material and merchandise, which all go to strange lengths to avoid officially naming her.)
* ''Webcomic/DatingATeamMagmaGrunt'' has a main female protagonist who is simply known as the Magma Grunt. The author actually goes out of his way to hide her identity (including her age) when there are scenes it would be revealed.
* ''FanFic/TheDragonAndTheSongstress'': The rainbow colored dragon that assists Kamui and the sorcerer that cursed Aqua are not given names. Azura only gives them descriptors to identify them.
* Eventually {{Subverted}} in ''Webcomic/DisneyHighSchool''--"the Beast" is not named until the 49th strip, because he has no name in canon (see below). The creator eventually gave in to {{Fanon}} and called him "Adam," though.
* The rest of Button Mash's family in ''WebAnimation/ButtonsAdventures'', especially his mother who is actually a character as opposed to just being mentioned. It wasn't before [[FanConvention GalaCon 2018]], a good four years after the premiere, that her name was revealed to be Cream Heart. For many [[FanCommunityNickname Bronies]], however, [[EveryoneCallsHerBarkeep she'll always be]] [[StacysMom Button's Mom]].
* the protagonists' names in ''Fanfic/{{Scoop}}'', ''Fanfic/DireStraits'', and ''Fanfic/MarqueAndReprisal'' are not revealed in-text.
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* Many characters in Creator/{{Plautus}}'s work, including the ''protagonist'' of ''Casina'', whose name is only found in other documents, not in the script.
* Most of the characters in ''Theatre/IntoTheWoods''. With the exception of Cinderella's stepsisters, the only characters who have proper names are the ones who get them in their original fairy tales.
* The protagonist of ''Kismet'' is identified in the DramatisPersonae only as "a public poet, later called Hajj." (The poet is identified as "Hajj" once in a case of ThoroughlyMistakenIdentity.) In the Ronald Colman film version, he's Hafiz, but again this name is spoken only once, in a moderately loud scene with many people talking at once, and it easily slips past your conscious perception.
* None of the characters in the play ''12 Angry Men'' have names. In the script, they are referred to only as "Juror #1", "Juror #2", etc.
* In Agnes de Mille's {{Ballet}} ''Fall River Legend'', Lizzie Borden is known only as "the Accused."
* In Jonathan Rand's Check Please short plays, the two leads are only given the names of Guy and Girl in the script and are never called by any name on stage.
* In the ''Film/ReeferMadness'' musical, the man who provides the FramingDevice for the story is never reffered to by name; most just call him "The Lecturer".
* Generally if there's a Narrator in a stage show they won't be given a name [[EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep beyond their function]], although they can have other names besides 'Narrator', such as the Stage Manager in ''Theatre/OurTown'' or the Leading Player in ''Theatre/{{Pippin}}''.
* ''Theatre/TheTimeOfYourLife'' has a character identified as "Kit Carson" in the DramatisPersonae and who introduces himself as Murphy. Given the wild stories he tells, even he might not even remember his real name.
* Occurs at least three times in the works of Creator/GilbertAndSullivan. There's the title character of ''Theatre/TheMikado'' and both the Pirate King and Sergeant of Police in ''Theatre/ThePiratesOfPenzance''.
* The authority figures in Büchner's ''Theatre/{{Woyzeck}}'' are only referred to by their position (Captain, Doctor, Drum Major).
* In ''Theatre/SeventeenSeventySix'', only two characters--the Courier and [=McNair's=] assistant Leather Apron--are unnamed because they're the only characters invented completely for the play. (Even the background members of Congress have names, though they're only in full detail in a souvenir playbill.)
* In King Island Christmas, with the exception of Oolorano, Little Eir, and Father Carroll, the characters are identified only with their role in the community (Schoolteacher, Newlywed Husband, Bachelor Man, Diet Woman, etc.). The character "Little Eir's Mother" is handled both ways; she is usually notated in the score as such, but is called Mary in dialogue twice (once each by Oolorana and Newlywed Wife).
* In ''Theatre/NextToNormal'', it's subtle, but [[spoiler:Gabe]]'s name is only actually said once, and only said at the very end when [[spoiler:Dan finally accepts his son's death.]] Throughout the show, this foreshadows the fact that [[spoiler:Gabe is just one of Diana's hallucinations]], and Dan finally saying the name after years of avoiding it is what signifies him accepting that he still hasn't moved on from [[spoiler:Gabe's death]].
* In ''Theatre/{{Company}}'', no one is given a surname.
* Ballets, having no dialogue, often lack names for characters even on the cast list:
** In Agnes de Mille's ballet ''Rodeo,'' all of the named characters share this trait: the Cowgirl, the Rancher's Daughter, the Head Wrangler, and the Champion Roper.
** De Mille did the same thing in ''Theatre/FallRiverLegend'' (the Accused, the Pastor, the Speaker for the Jury, etc.).
* ''Theatre/TheGreenPastures'' features "Cain's Gal" in one scene, but still doesn't give her a proper name.
* ''Theatre/KissMeKate'' has the mobsters who come to collect on the gambling debt Bill signed in Fred's name to, who are only known as the Two Men.
* In ''Theatre/TheDrowsyChaperone'', several characters only go by their titles: there's the Man in the Chair, [[AllThereInTheManual who is even only given ''that'' name in the script]], the titular Chaperone (who is referred to as "Chaperone", implying that [[HisNameReallyIsBarkeep it may be both her name and title]]), Underling (who is likewise referred to as just "Underling"), and the Gangsters/Pastry Chefs.
* In ''Theatre/LesMiserables'', many of the revolutionaries are named in blink-and-you'll-miss-'em, quickly sung lines - including Enjolras, Grantaire, and Gavroche, who are three of the most important revolutionaries in the show (TheLeader, TheCynic, and the TeamPet, respectively). However, they are [[AllThereInTheManual all named in the script]], somewhat averting this trope. Likewise, the Bishop is never named in the show and called The Bishop in the script.
* Mostly averted in ''Theatre/{{Hamilton}}'', where most characters are named and introduced within seconds of appearing onstage. However, King George III is only ever called "The King", likely due to the fact that there was only one British monarch during the entirety of the show (and thus reducing any possible ambiguity).
* ''Theatre/BostonMarriage'' revolves around best friends Anna and Claire, and the stresses put on their relationship when Anna gets a sugar daddy and Claire gets a girlfriend. The sugar daddy's name is never mentioned, reflecting the fact that Anna doesn't actually care for him as a person -- and neither is the girlfriend's, despite Claire's passionate proclamations of love, foreshadowing the ending where Claire decides Anna is more important to her. Lampshaded in the case of the girlfriend; when she arrives to visit, Anna's maid can be heard offstage asking her name, but her response is not audible.
* In ''Theatre/{{JB}}'', the two [[BearerOfBadNews Messengers]] are not named, nor is the girl who accompanies them in one scene and even seems to refer to herself as "Girl."
* In the folk tales, pantomimes, and written accounts of ''Literature/DickWhittingtonAndHisCat'', the cat's name is never mentioned. Never mind that ''she'' is arguably the true hero of the story, and Dick merely profits from her actions.
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* {{Parodied|Trope}} by ''Blog/HowToWriteBadlyWell'' in the aptly titled "[[http://writebadlywell.blogspot.com/2011/02/refuse-to-give-names-to-characters.html Refuse to give names to characters]]."
* Kate in ''WebVideo/KateModern'' revealed in the fourth episode that her name wasn't really Kate. Her real first name, Genevieve, wasn't revealed until episode 88, "Birthday Surprise", while her surname, Strathcarron, wasn't revealed until episode 163, "Prime Suspect". Several other major characters' surnames have not been revealed, including Charlie, Lauren, Sophie and Terrence, but it is not implied that there is any mystery behind those names.
** There's also the Watcher and the Shadow, whose lack of names befit their status as anonymous Order agents.
* An anonymous member of [[BigBad Danya's]] terrorist organization is never referred to by name by his colleagues. On the board, he's commonly called 'The Mystery Man'.
* In ''Literature/TalesOfMU'', the ruler of the old empire is always referred to as The Unnameable One. One of Mackenzie's professors also has never been named in canon, but that's more of a subtle RunningGag.
** [=MUniverse=] tradition has it that the sound denoted by "kh" is reserved for the names of the gods, and that it is blasphemy for anyone who is not a god to have it in their name. As an immortal [[spoiler:vampire]], the Unnameable One is old enough to predate this tradition, and is named [[spoiler:Khulrakh]].It is blasphemy to call him by his name, and an insult to a sitting emperor to call him anything but his name. Thus, he is Unnameable.
** Additionally, there's The Man/[[spoiler:Mack's Father]].
* In the ''VideoGame/ColourMySeries'', neither the protagonist nor his love are given names.
* [[spoiler:The little girl who became the gun]] of ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' has lost her name. It is later found: [[spoiler: Margaret]].
* [[StalkerWithACrush Hyper Fangirl]] from WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic. Her VillainProtagonist vlogs don't even help, as she calls herself Hyper.
* The title character of ''WebVideo/PittsburghDad'' hasn't been given a name, though his wife (Deb) and next-door neighbor (Tom) have.
* None of the characters of WebOriginal/{{Fanpro}} have official names. Naming them seems to be optional in fan works, and they are generally just distinguished by their numbers.
* It took 33 episodes of ''Podcast/WelcomeToNightVale'' for Cecil's full name to be revealed (it's [[spoiler: Cecil Gershwin Palmer]]. [[UnreliableNarrator Probably]]). Carlos the Scientist, Intern Dana, Old Woman Josie, Telly the Barber, and Kevin are all still going without surnames. Some characters, such as The Man In The Tan Jacket, The Traveler, and [[ParanoiaFuel The Faceless Old Woman Who Lives In Your House]], don't have names at all, and all the angels are simply referred to as "Erika."
* ''WebVideo/ManateeGirlTheMovie'' has Hunky Marine Biologist Boyfriend...who is known only as Hunky Marine Biologist Boyfriend.
* Played with in Wiki/{{Killerbunnies}}, as technically, any Killerbunny born, raised, or used in a lab for laboratory use don't normally have names, aside from their identification codes, which wouldn't be a name, unless it is counted as such, as would be the case with Test Subject 001892300012 ("Lucy"), Experiment [=XI0014101=] ("Marigold"), Child #999 ("Lilith"), and Subject 200167 ("Mango"). However, this, according to WordOfGod, is subverted in the case of Michealenne, as that is the name on one of her [=ID=] tags.
* In the ''WebVideo/SuperMarioLogan'' series, a recurring character with [[NewJobAsThePlotDemands many different jobs]] and [[UsefulNotes/AmericanAccents a thick Brooklyn accent]] is reffered to as "The Brooklyn Guy". In "Bowser Junior Loses [[WesternAnimation/ThomasTheTankEngine Thomas]]", he works as a Toys R Us employee. When Chef Pee Pee asks him where his name tag is, he states that he doesn't have a name tag because he doesn't have a name.
* ''Literature/FindingHope'', as an homage to classic Spaghetti Westerns, gives us "Nobody" and "Jack Angel", both of which are aliases. In Nobody's case, he gave himself that name as a way to represent his status in society.
* ''WebVideo/{{Petscop}}'': This applies to both the uploader of the videos and the game's protagonist. There is no clear name given to either of them. At the beginning of the first video, the uploader names his save file "Paul", but it is unclear whether it is his own name or the name he wants to give to the protagonist. For the protagonist, in video 5, the strange artifact known as "TOOL" answers the question "Who am I?" with "Newmaker". This answer is vague, as TOOL is not clear ''who'' is named "Newmaker". Despite this, fans have just taken to referring to both the uploader of the videos and game protagonist as "Paul". In order to differentiate between the uploader of the videos and the game protagonist, a popular solution is to refer to the video uploader as "Paul" and the game protagonist as "Naul", a combination of "Newmaker" and "Paul".
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* The heroine from ''VisualNovel/AmnesiaMemories'' has no name given, as it's [[HelloInsertNameHere up to the player]]. She doesn't even have an official name, with even the homepage simply listing her as 'heroine'. The [[TheAnimeOfTheGame anime]] expanded her amnesia to include having forgotten her own name.

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* ''WebAnimation/{{Voodont}}'': There are four characters that physically appear in this story. Out of all of them, Ellie's friend is the only one with no known name. The doll is also not given a name and is simply referred to as Doll by Sam, but that's likely because she had just been made to resemble and torture Ellie.

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* On ''Radio/TheVinylCafe'', Stuart [=McLean=] went out of his way to not give Dave and Morley's family a last name, hilariously twisting himself out of situations where it would be expected for the last name to come up, to his audience's delight.


Compare TheTropeWithoutATitle, YouKnowTheOne, and IKnowYourTrueName (which may be a reason for this). Contrast OnlyOneName, EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep, and IAmNotShazam. Compare and contrast TheScottishTrope, for where characters know a name, but actively avoid saying it. See also NamelessNarrative and TheAllConcealingI. When a character genuinely has no name whatsoever (as opposed to it not being given in the work), then they are TheNameless. When a character is literally given the name "Nobody", then they are SomebodyNamedNobody.

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Compare TheTropeWithoutATitle, YouKnowTheOne, and IKnowYourTrueName (which may be a reason for this). Contrast OnlyOneName, EveryoneCallsHimBarkeep, and IAmNotShazam. Compare and contrast TheScottishTrope, for where characters know a name, but actively avoid saying it. See also NamelessNarrative and TheAllConcealingI. When a character genuinely has no name whatsoever (as opposed to it not being given in the work), then they are TheNameless. If the character's parents never named them, then they were NeverGivenAName. When a character is literally given the name "Nobody", then they are SomebodyNamedNobody.


* In ''VisualNovel/DiesIrae'', one of the two BigBad's have no proper name as it has long since been lost to history due to him being so [[TimeAbyss inconceivably ancient]]. Even he himself [[TheFogOfAges no longer remembers it]]. Instead he is only ever referred to by one of his many, [[IHaveManyNames many aliases]], most commonly either Karl Erst Krafft, Alessandro Cagliostro or his perhaps oldest known one, Mercurius.

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* In ''VisualNovel/DiesIrae'', one of the two BigBad's have no proper name as it has long since been lost to history due to him being so [[TimeAbyss inconceivably ancient]]. Even he himself [[TheFogOfAges no longer remembers it]]. Instead he is only ever referred to by one of his many, [[IHaveManyNames many aliases]], most commonly either Karl Erst Krafft, Alessandro Cagliostro or his perhaps oldest known one, Mercurius.


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* the protagonists' names in ''Fanfic/{Scoop}'', ''Fanfic/DireStraits'', and ''Fanfic/MarqueAndReprisal'' are not revealed in-text.

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* the protagonists' names in ''Fanfic/{Scoop}'', ''Fanfic/DireStraits'', and ''Fanfic/MarqueAndReprisal'' are not revealed in-text.


** Dilbert, Wally, Alice and all the other major human characters seem to ''[[NoLastNameGiven simply have no last names]]''. In [[http://www.dilbert.com/strips/comic/1998-02-01/ this strip]], two characters introduce themselves with their full names and then Alice introduces herself as... just Alice, as though [[OnlyOneName that were the only name she had]].

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** Dilbert, Wally, Alice and all the other major human characters seem to ''[[NoLastNameGiven ''[[OnlyOneName simply have no last names]]''. In [[http://www.dilbert.com/strips/comic/1998-02-01/ this strip]], two characters introduce themselves with their full names and then Alice introduces herself as... just Alice, as though [[OnlyOneName that were the only name she had]].

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* ''WesternAnimation/{{Epic}}'' has Finn, the Leafman with the orange beard. His name is only in the closing credits.

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