Disney has been a channel that most people have grown up with. A lot of the characters from Disney that fans would remember by name due to them being iconic or even relatable. While it’s hard to remember every character, this list will have a good number of characters with names starting with ‘B’ that made it into Disney history.
If you want to read this article hoping to see your favorite character, or if you forgot the character’s name and hoped to find them here, this article might be for you.
B.E.N (Treasure Planet)
B.E.N. stands for Bio Electronic Navigator. He is a weird robot who lost his memory that Jim stumbled upon in Treasure Planet. He used to serve Captain Nathaniel Flint as his navigator back when the legendary space pirate was still alive.
Babyface (Toy Story)
This toy is also called Spider Baby or Babyhead. Babyface seems to be the leader of the toys Sid has mutated in the first movie. This toy is constructed with the head of Hannah’s dolls and parts from an Erector set.
Benja (Raya and the Last Dragon)
Benja is also referred to as Chief Benja. He is the father of Raya and Chief of Heart. Unlike the other chiefs who wish to keep their lands apart, Benja has always hoped that all five lands will be able to recreate Kumandra together. In the film, he sacrifices himself so his daughter can escape the Drunn turning everyone into stone.
Baloo (The Jungle Book)
Baloo is Mowgli’s best friend. He is a sloth bear who values his easy-going life in the jungle and hopes to teach Mowgli and Bagheera how to relax. However, despite their short time together, Baloo has grown attached to the mancub. In the second film, he wants Mowgli to return with him to the jungle.
One of the most iconic Disney films is a movie called Bambi, whose protagonist also goes by the same name. Bambi is a white-tailed deer who lives in the forest. He is best friends with two animals of different species, Thumper, a rabbit, and Flower, a skunk. On his first winter, his mother gets shot, leaving his father, the Great Prince of the Forest, to look after him.
Beast (Beauty and the Beast)
For some reason, his name was never revealed, and people just started calling him Beast. It eventually grew on him, and he is now referred to as Beast. Beast used to be a pampered noble who was turned into a beast as punishment for his cruel behavior. If the Beast ever wanted to return to his former self, he had to earn the love of a woman.
Belle (Beauty and the Beast)
Belle is a favorite Disney princess among Disney fans. She is an outcast and a free spirit who lives with her father in a small French village. Rather than looking for a husband, she prefers to spend her days with her nose buried in a book of fantasy and adventure.
Bernie Kropp (The Incredibles)
People who have watched the Incredibles probably felt sorry for this guy. Bernie Kropp is Dash’s teacher and usually the victim of the boy’s pranks.
Bing Bong (Inside Out)
Bing Bong is an imaginary friend that Riley Anderson created when she was younger and continued to exist within her mind. Because Riley no longer played with him, he wanders around Long Term Memory and collects happy memories he likes into a bag. Bing Bong eventually fades before the end of the movie.
Bo Peep (Toy Story)
People didn’t expect her to have a significant role, but then she took a major character role in the fourth film. Bo Peep is a porcelain figurine of a shepherdess who has three sheep.
Everyone in the film Frankenweenie was iconic. Bob is one of the characters and antagonists featured in the movie Frankenweenie. Rather than being a mean character, Bob is gullible and follows Toshiaki everywhere, causing him to act as one of the bad guys.
aBolt is the hero of the film Bolt. While it may not be obvious, Bolt is a white German Shepherd dog that stars in a superhero series in the film. Being in the series conditioned Bolt to think he has superpowers.
Bonnie Anderson (Toy Story 3)
Bonnie is the young girl who inherits all of Andy’s toys in the movies, starting with Toy Story 3. She is also the creator of a homemade toy named Forky, which has become her favorite toy.
Boris (Lady and the Tramp)
Boris is one of the dogs at the pound Lady was brought to in Lady and the Tramp.
After the viral song We Don’t Talk About Bruno made a global hit, Bruno became one of the most notable names in Disney’s history. Bruno is the only son of Alma and Pedro Madrigal. Among the first set of children to discover their gifts, Bruno was granted the ability to look into the future.
Bucky (The Emperor’s New Groove)
Have you ever wondered the name of the squirrel that shows up in the Emperor’s New Groove? His name is Bucky, and while he does antagonize Kuzco at the start of the film, he does become a friend to him following the ending of the film and the movie’s series.
Buzz Lightyear (Toy Story)
Buzz is a toy action figure based on a fictional character with the same name in the movie. Buzz was a gift to Andy Davis and. Ecomes, the best friend of Sheriff Woody. In the first movie, Buzz believes himself to be the actual Buzz Lightyear.
Boo (Monsters Inc.)
Boo is the name Sulley has decided to name a young human girl who escaped to his world. Randall originally planned to kidnap Boo in order to use her as a test subject for a new machine. Boo eventually grew attached to Sulley and Mike.
Bagheera (The Jungle Book)
Bagheera is considered as somewhat of a guardian to Mowgli. When the tiger Shere Khan threatened to murder Mowgli, it was Bagheera who promised to take Mowgli back to a human inhabited village, where he could be raised as a proper human and stay safe from the tiger.
Basil of Baker Street (The Great Mouse Detective)
Basil is based on the great Sherlock Holmes character. Despite his arrogant nature, he is quite clever and athletic.
Baymax (Big Hero 6)
Baymax is an inflatable computerized healthcare companion created by Tadashi Hamada. He is also the last creation Tadashi showed Hiro to inspire him to get into college. Baymax was eventually inherited by his brother Hiro after Tadashi died in an accident.
Despite looking like an innocent sheep, Bellwether is actually the main antagonist of Zootopia. Her goal was to overthrow Mayor Lionheart and become the new mayor so she could help prey animals be the dominant species in Zootopia.
Bernard (The Rescuers)
No one expected this mouse to become a great hero. Bernard is a pudgy mouse who was your simple janitor in Rescue Aid Society. He ended up helping Miss Bianca, earning himself a position and becoming the American Ambassador.
Bianca (The Rescuers)
Bianca is the Hungarian Ambassador of an organization called the Rescue Aid Society in New York City. At the end of the second movie in the movie series, she becomes Bernard’s wife.
Bloat (Finding Nemo)
The dentist had some pretty interesting fish in his aquarium; one of them was a porcupine pufferfish named Bloat. Just like his name, when he loses his cool, he tends to bloat himself up to a spiky ball. He reveals to Nemo that he used to come from a pet store called Bob’s Fish Mart.
Blue Fairy (Pinocchio)
Similar to the Fairy Godmother and Genei, the Blue Fairy is one of Disney’s wish-granting characters. The Blue Fairy is the magical being who granted Geppeto’s wish to transform his puppet, Pinocchio, into a living being.
Boun (Raya and the Last Dragon)
He may be young, but Boun is a full-fledged entrepreneur at the age of ten. He owns a boat restaurant called the Shrimporium, the same boat Raya and the rest of her companions used to travel around to collect the gem pieces.
Bruce (Finding Nemo)
Bruce is a great gray white shark who leads an organization called the Fish-Friendly Shark’s support group. He prides himself on not eating a fish in three weeks when he meets Marlin and Dory for the first time. However, he cannot stop himself from wanting to eat them when Dory gets injured.
Buddy Pine (The Incredibles)
Before he became Syndrome, he was a big fan of Mr. Incredible and yearned to be his sidekick despite having no superpowers. However, because of multiple rejections from Mr. Incredible, he decides to hone his skills in creating weapons and becomes the super villain Syndrome.
Babyfier (Lilo and Stitch)
Babyfier is Experiment 151, an experiment created to turn adults into babies through a pink powder shaken from his tail. Babyfier found his home in a dog pound, turning adult dogs into puppies, making them easier to adopt.
Bull (Lady and the Tramp)
Bull is one of the many dogs Lady met during her time in the Dog Pound in Lady and the Tramp. He is a bulldog who was originally saved by Tramp but eventually got captured. He makes a cameo appearance in another Disney film, 101 Dalmatians.
Bullseye (Toy Story 2)
Bullseye is Jessie’s trusty steed in the movies. However, this horse toy seems to act more like a hyperactive dog. Bullseye is known for being able to do things that generally require hands with his hooves.
Big Mama (The Fox and the Hound)
Big Mama is a wise owl who lives near Wido Tweed’s farm. She is the first character to spot Tod and acts as an adviser to the fox. She is a close friend of Dinky and Boomer. Big Mama also was the one to warn Tod about his friendship with Copper.
Bill (Alice in Wonderland)
Bill is a lizard from Wonderland who was sent down the chimney to eliminate a monster. Unfortunately, the monster turned out to be Alice, who had grown large due to something she ate. She sneezes Bill away, and he is not seen again for the rest of the movie.
Billy Bones (Treasure Planet)
Billy Bones is a turtle-like alien who was a member of Captain Flint’s Crew. He is also the last crew member to hold his captain’s map. However, before he died, he managed to hand the map to Jim Hawkins.
Bunny (Toy Story 4)
Bunny is usually attached to another carnival toy called Ducky. The two of them are carnival toys that can be won. However, no kid has successfully got them or has even tried to get them.
Bulda is the adoptive mother of Kristoff and the wife of Cliff. She and the other trolls took a liking to both Kristoff and Sven and decided to care for them for the next 13 years.
Brutus (The Rescuers)
One of Madam Medusa’s pet crocodiles. He and the other crocodile act as one of the antagonists in The Rescuers.
Benjamin Clawhauser (Zootopia)
A cheetah with a heart as big as his belly. Clawhauser may be overweight, but he has an essential role in the Zootopia Police Department. He is also Judy’s first friend in the ZPD since everyone else treats her poorly.
Berlioz (The Aristocats)
Berlioz is the youngest son of Duchess and is a gray-furred kitten. He has a brother and sister named Toulouse and Marie, respectively.
Princess Baldegunde (Phineas and Ferb)
Baldegunde is a young princess who looks similar to Candace Flynn. In the episode she was featured, she ran into Candace on a shopping trip. The two eventually decided to switch lives for a day since they looked similar.
Bashful (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
Bashful is only one of the dwarfs Snow White met in the house she decided to sleep in. Bashful is the shyest of the dwarves and has the most obvious crush on Snow White.
Belle (Lilo and Stitch)
Belle was first featured in the Lilo & Stitch series. She is originally referred to as experiment 248. Belle has the ability to emit a really loud screech designed to scare her victims. At the end of the episode, she becomes an alarm clock for Nani.
Blaze (Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure)
Blaze is a pretty interesting firefly. He’s undoubtedly one of the more brave ones. Since his debut in Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure, he’s been trying to help Tinker and her friends as much as possible. The only problem with Blaze is he tends to take things that do not belong to him.
Boomer (Lilo and Stitch)
Boomer is experiment 288, who is a living boomerang. He lives with Mrs. Hasagawa as one of her cats.
Brianna D. Buttowski (Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil)
She is Kick and Brad’s little sister and seems to be on the spoiled side. She seems to make a career of competing in several beauty pageants and recitals.
Brock Thunderstrike (Tangled: The Series)
When Eugene left to be with Rapunzel, he left his alias Flynn Rider behind. Brock took the opportunity to impersonate him by picking up his old alias.
Bruno from Encanto wasn’t the first to have the name. There was a bloodhound named Bruno in the film Cinderella. The Fairy Godmother turned him into Cinderella’s footman on the night of the ball.
Burrito (The Three Caballeros)
Burrito is featured in the film The Three Caballeros. He is a fast-flying Donkey who is always eager to please.