T for Tyler Durden, T for Truman Burbank, T for Tony Stark. In this article, you will find the most iconic movie characters whose names start with T.
50. Toto (Wizard Of Oz)
Toto is a fictional dog created by L. Frank Baum, author, and creator of the Oz legacy. He serves strictly as an animal sidekick who is the beloved pet dog and loyal companion of Dorothy Gale, the book’s main heroine, and child protagonist.
49. T-1000 (Terminator 2)
The T-1000 Advanced Prototype, also known as 1000 Series, is a Terminator series produced by Skynet in 2029. The 1000 Series Terminator is fully autonomous, and unlike previous Infiltrator models that used rubber skin, and then finally living tissue over a metallic endoskeleton, the T-1000 is made entirely out of a liquid metal called “mimetic poly-alloy”, meaning it can reform into any shape it touches of the approximate size, thus calling it a “shape-changer”.
48. Tallahassee (Zombieland)
Tallahassee is a major character of Zombieland and an expert zombie killer. Tallahassee has a special hatred for zombies and loves killing them in creative ways, becoming proficient in a plethora of weaponry to do so.
47. Te Fiti (Moana)
Te Fiti is a major character in Disney‘s 2016 animated feature film Moana. She is a goddess with the power to create life, an ability that she used to create the islands of Polynesia.
46. Tank (Lilo & Stitch)
Tank, also known as Experiment 586, is an illegal genetic experiment created by Jumba Jookiba and a character in the Lilo & Stitch franchise. He is designed to consume metal and grow exponentially larger with all that he eats.
45. Tweedledee And Tweedledum (Alice In Wonderland)
Tweedledee and Tweedledum are a pair of identical twins in Alice in Wonderland, and fictional characters from the novel Through the Looking-Glass by Lewis Carroll. They are based upon a traditional nursery rhyme of the same name.
44. Tuk Tuk (Raya And The Last Dragon)
Tuk Tuk is a character in Disney’s 2021 animated feature film, Raya and the Last Dragon. A third-pill bug, third-armadillo, and third-pug hybrid, he is Raya’s pet, with the ability to roll into a ball as a means of transportation.
43. Tong (Raya And The Last Dragon)
Tong is a supporting character in Disney’s 2021 animated feature film, Raya and the Last Dragon. Described as a formidable giant, Tong was the last surviving member of Kumandra’s Spine Land, after humanity was desolated by the Druun.
42. Tipo (The Emperor’s New Groove)
Tipo is a supporting character in Disney’s 2000 animated feature film, The Emperor’s New Groove. He is the oldest son of Pacha and Chicha.
41. Tiny The T-Rex (Meet The Robinsons)
Tiny is a Tyrannosaurus Rex that appeared in Meet the Robinsons. He was briefly under the control of Bowler Hat Guy’s Mini-Doris but later became a pet to the Robinsons.
40. Thorny (A Bug’s Life)
Thorny is a short, grumpy ant who is a member of the Council of Ants. He usually carries an abacus to calculate the number of seeds that have been harvested so far and often stands watch to see if Hopper and his gang are coming.
39. Thomas (Pocahontas)
Thomas is a supporting character in Disney’s 1995 animated feature film, Pocahontas. Thomas serves as John Smith’s best friend, fellow soldier, accomplice, and sidekick in the film, and as his best friend, he shows great loyalty to John, especially because John saved his life.
38. Terri And Terry Perry (Monster University)
Terri and Terry Perry are the tritagonists of the 2013 Disney/Pixar animated film, Monsters University. They are yellow, four-armed conjoined twin monsters with opposing personalities and students at Monsters University as well as members of the Oozma Kappa fraternity.
37. Terence (Tinker Bell)
Terence is one of the male protagonists in the Disney Fairies films. He is a dust-keeper sparrow man and Tinker Bell’s best friend who is romantically infatuated with Tinker Bell, but she is oblivious of this.
36. Tantor (Tarzan)
Tantor is a major character in Disney’s 1999 animated feature film, Tarzan. He is an African forest elephant and a childhood friend of Tarzan and Terk, and in spite of his large size and physical strength, Tantor is incredibly phobic and gentle.
35. Tamatoa (Moana)
Tamatoa is the secondary antagonist of Disney’s 2016 animated feature film Moana. He is a villainous giant crab that covets all things shiny and valuable, and in an effort to exude beauty and superiority, Tamatoa displays his collected treasures atop his golden shell.
34. Taffyta Muttonfudge (Wreck-It Ralph)
Taffyta Muttonfudge is a minor character in Disney’s 2012 animated feature film, Wreck-It Ralph, and its 2018 sequel. She is a prominent racer from the game Sugar Rush and a rival to Vanellope von Schweetz; she drives a pink, hard candy kart called “Pink Lightning”, and her racing theme seems to be strawberry hard candy.
33. Tadashi Hamada (Big Hero 6)
Tadashi Hamada is a major character in Disney’s 2014 animated feature film Big Hero 6. A gifted robotics student living in San Fransokyo, he was the older brother of Hiro Hamada and the creator of Baymax.
32. Thelma (Thelma And Louise)
Thelma Dickinson, Louse’s best friend, is a naive housewife who is treated without any respect at all by her brash and bullying husband Darryl, a car salesman. She doesn’t like her life very much and is excited about her road trip because it will be a change from the grind and monotony of her everyday life.
31. Tin Man (The Wizard Of Oz)
Nick Chopper, the Tin Woodman, also known as the Tin Man or, mistakenly, the “Tin Woodsman,” is a character in the fictional Land of Oz created by American author L. Frank Baum.
30. Tom Sawyer (The Adventures Of Tom Sawyer)
Tom Sawyer is an approximately 12-13-year-old boy that stars as the titular protagonist of the novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer. His true blood relatives are deceased from unknown circumstances, and he is cared for by his Aunt Polly, along with Sid and their family feline.
29. Tinker Bell (Peter Pan)
Tinker Bell (also nicknamed Tink or Miss Bell) is the tritagonist of Disney’s 1953 animated feature film, Peter Pan. She is a sassy fairy, who serves as Peter Pan’s sidekick and regularly joins him on his exploits throughout the magical isle of Neverland.
28. Taskmaster (Black Widow)
Antonia Dreykov is the daughter of General Dreykov. After having been gravely injured during an assassination attempt on her father, Antonia had her mind and body controlled by a chip, which imbued her with uncanny photographic reflexes that allow her to mimic the fighting techniques of other individuals, turning her into Taskmaster.
27. Tauriel (The Hobbit)
Tauriel was a Wood-elf of Mirkwood, and captain of the Elven guard of Thranduil’s Woodland Realm. Tauriel is a non-canonical character; invented not by J.R.R. Tolkien, but for Peter Jackson’s The Hobbit films.
26. Tia Dalma (Pirates Of The Caribbean)
Tia Dalma was a mysterious soothsayer of the Caribbean. A witch doctor, fortune teller, and a mystic who wields the supernatural power of voodoo-like magic, there was more to her than met the eye; before she was known as Tia Dalma, she was the sea goddess Calypso until the First Brethren Court tricked the goddess and imprisoned her into the human body of a mortal woman, with the help of her former lover, Davy Jones.
25. Tiana (The Princess And The Frog)
Tiana is the protagonist of Disney‘s 2009 animated feature film, The Princess and the Frog. She is a gifted cook living in New Orleans during the Jazz Age, with dreams of opening a restaurant of her own.
24. Tramp (Lady And The Tramp)
Tramp is the titular male protagonist of Walt Disney Animation Studios’ 1955 animated film, Lady and the Tramp, and the tritagonist of the 2001 sequel, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure. He is a stray mutt who falls in love with a Cocker Spaniel named Lady and they embark on many adventures together.
23. Tom Joad (Grapes Of Wrath)
Tom Joad is the main protagonist of John Steinbeck’s book The Grapes of Wrath. He is the second of six children of Ol’ Tom Joad and his wife.
22. Tigger (Winnie The Pooh)
Tigger is an energetic, anthropomorphic stuffed tiger belonging to Christopher Robin who first appeared in Disney’s 1968 short film, Winnie the Pooh and the Blustery Day. He is one of the best friends of Winnie the Pooh, with an affinity for bouncing.
21. T’Challa (Black Panther)
T’Challa, who is also known as the Black Panther, is the head of state for the African nation of Wakanda, the most technologically advanced country on Earth in the Marvel Comics. In this role, he was the King/Chieftain, religious leader, and commander-in-chief all rolled into one.
20. Timon (The Lion King)
Timon is a major character in Disney’s 1994 animated feature film, The Lion King, and the protagonist of the 2004 film, The Lion King 1½. He is a wisecracking meerkat and the best friend of Pumbaa the warthog, and although he originates from an industrious family, Timon lives an easygoing lifestyle of grub-eating and sleeping, under a “problem-free philosophy” called Hakuna Matata.
19. The Mask (The Mask)
The Mask (also known as Big Head by everybody in the comics) is the codename for people who are endowed with superpowers and become dangerously violent and insane, after donning the Mask of Loki. The wearer of the Mask sports a large, green, bald head, (though still retains their hair depending on the wearer) large teeth, large eyes, no ears, and no eyebrows.
18. Treebeard (The Lord Of The Rings)
Treebeard, also known as Fangorn, was the oldest of the Ents left in Middle-earth, an ancient tree-like being who was a “shepherd of trees”. He had a very tall and stiff-limbed appearance, with bark-like skin and leafy hair.
17. T-Rex (Jurassic Park)
Tyrannosaurus (meaning “tyrant lizard”) is an extinct genus of large theropod dinosaurs. The species Tyrannosaurus rex (rex meaning “king” in Latin), often called T. rex or colloquially T-Rex, is one of the best-represented members of the genus as well as all theropods.
16. Tom Hagen (The Godfather)
Thomas “Tom” Hagen was the consigliere and head lawyer of the Corleone family, as well as being the adoptive son of Vito and Carmela Corleone and the adoptive brother of Sonny, Fredo, Michael, and Connie Corleone.
15. Thor Odinson (Thor)
Thor Odinson is the Asgardian God of Thunder, the former king of Asgard and New Asgard, and a founding member of the Avengers. When his irresponsible and impetuous behavior reignited an ancient war between Asgard and Jotunheim, Thor was denied the right to become king, stripped of his power and hammer Mjølnir, and banished to Earth by Odin.
14. Tarzan (Tarzan)
Tarzan is the titular protagonist of Disney’s 1999 animated feature film of the same name. Commonly known as the Ape Man, Tarzan was rescued and raised by a colony of apes after his parents were killed by a bloodthirsty leopard named Sabor, and with help from his childhood friends Terk and Tantor, Tarzan would grow to become the valiant protector of the apes and the jungle at large, all the while never knowing the outside world.
13. Thanos (Avengers)
Thanos was a genocidal warlord from Titan, whose objective was to bring stability to the universe by wiping out half of all life at every level, as he believed its massive population would inevitably use up the universe’s entire supply of resources and perish. To complete this goal, Thanos set about hunting down all the Infinity Stones, being confident that the combined force of the Stones would grant him sufficient power.
12. Trinity (The Matrix)
Trinity is a Zion operative, the first mate of the Nebuchadnezzar, and Neo’s lover. Like the series’ other principal characters, Trinity is a computer programmer and a hacker who has escaped from the Matrix, a sophisticated computer program in which most of the human race is imprisoned as virtual slaves.
11. The Dude (The Big Lebowski)
Jeffrey “The Dude” Lebowski is the main protagonist of The Big Lebowski. The Dude is a single, unemployed man whose hobbies include smoking pot, drinking White Russians, and bowling.
10. Thranduil (The Lord Of The Rings)
Thranduil, son of Oropher, and the father of the Elven prince of Mirkwood, Legolas, was an Elven king who ruled over the Woodland Realm in the Third Age. Though inherently cautious, his army was key to victory in the Battle of Five Armies and he defended his realm against the forces of Sauron in the War of the Ring.
9. The Tramp (Charlie Chaplin)
The Tramp (Charlot in several languages), also known as the Little Tramp, was English actor Charlie Chaplin’s most memorable on-screen character and an icon in world cinema during the era of silent film.
8. Tony Stark (Iron Man)
Anthony Edward “Tony” Stark was a billionaire industrialist, a founding member of the Avengers, and the former CEO of Stark Industries. A brash but brilliant inventor, Stark was self-described as a genius, billionaire, playboy, and philanthropist.
7. Truman Burbank (The Truman Show)
Truman Burbank is the titular main protagonist of the 1998 comedy-drama movie The Truman Show. He was portrayed by Jim Carrey
6. Travis Bickle (Taxi Driver)
Travis Bickle is the protagonist of the 1976 crime/vigilante movie Taxi Driver. He was portrayed by Robert De Niro.
5. Thorin II Oakenshield (The Hobbit)
Thorin II “Oakenshield”, eventually called King under the Mountain or Mountain King, was the son of Thráin II, the older brother of Frerin and Dís, the grandson of King Thrór, and the uncle of Fíli and Kíli. Thorin was best known for his deeds as leader of a company that infiltrated the lost Kingdom under the Mountain to take it back from Smaug and for leading an alliance of Men, Dwarves, and Elves in the Battle of Five Armies.
4. Théoden (The Lord Of The Rings)
Théoden, son of Thengel and Morwen Steelsheen, was the seventeenth King of Rohan, last of the Second Line of the royal House of Eorl in The Lord of the Rings.
3. Tony Montana (Scarface)
Antonio “Tony” Montana is the titular villainous main protagonist of the 1983 epic crime drama film Scarface. Once a humble refugee from Cuba, Tony Montana eventually climbed the ranks of the criminal underworld to become one of the most powerful drug kingpins in Miami.
2. Tyler Durden (Fight Club)
Tyler Durden is The Narrator’s split personality. He was created by the perfect storm of the Narrator’s insomnia-induced insanity and his frustration with a hollow life of wage slavery and consumerism.
1. T-800 (Terminator)
The Cyberdyne Systems Model 101 Series 800 Version 2.4 Terminator, once referred to as “Uncle Bob” by John, was sent from the future to arrive in Acton, California on June 8, 1995. Its mission was to protect the young John Connor, which it successfully completed.