Family information Family members Xenophilius Lovegood (father) Mrs. Lovegood (mother) † Rolf Scamander (husband) Lorcan Scamander (son) Lysander Scamander (son) Newt Scamander (grandfather-in-law) Porpentina Scamander (grandmother-in-law)
Magical characteristics Wand Unknown
Affiliation Occupation Wizarding naturalist
Loyalty Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry Dumbledore's Army The Quibbler Lovegood family Scamander family Ravenclaw House
My cat :tara
My dog Butch;
my demon form:
Hermione Granger: single
Born September 19, 1979
Blood status Muggle-born
Alias Mafalda Hopkirk Penelope Clearwater Bellatrix Lestrange Miss Grant Hermy (by Grawp)
Physical description Species Human
Hair colour Brown
Eye colour Brown
Skin colour Light
Family information Family members Mr. Granger (father) Mrs. Granger (mother) Ron Weasley (husband) Rose Weasley (daughter) Hugo Weasley (son) Arthur Weasley (father-in-law) Molly Weasley I (mother-in-law) Harry Potter (brother-in-law) Ginny Weasley (sister-in-law) James Sirius Potter (nephew/godson) Albus Severus Potter (nephew) Lily Luna Potter (niece) Bill Weasley (brother-in-law) Charlie Weasley (brother-in-law) Percy Weasley (brother-in-law) Fred Weasley (brother-in-law) † George Weasley (brother-in-law) Angelina Johnson (sister-in-law) Fleur Delacour (sister-in-law) Dominique Weasley (niece) Louis Weasley (nephew) Victoire Weasley (niece) Fred Weasley II (nephew) Roxanne Weasley (niece) Molly Weasley II (niece) Lucy Weasley (niece)
Affiliation Occupation Department for the Regulation and Control of Magical Creatures Department of Magical Law Enforcement
Loyalty Dumbledore's Army Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry Ministry of Magic (Department of Magical Law Enforcement) Slug Club Society for the Promotion of Elfish Welfare Order of the Phoenix Weasley family
My cat: Nip
My dog: Sly
My demon form:
ginny weasley: Taken By chris Rip Chris
Ginny is the youngest of the seven Weasley children and the only daughter; she is "the first girl to be born into the Weasley clan for several generations." Rowling's official site states her birthday as 11 August, 1981.
In a joint interview with The Leaky Cauldron and MuggleNet, Rowling revealed that she "always knew" that Ginny and Harry "were going to come together and then part." The author explained that, as the series progresses, Harry, and by extension the reader, discovers that Ginny is in fact the ideal girl for him. Rowling stated that Harry "needs to be with someone who can stand the demands of being with Harry Potter, because he's a scary boyfriend in a lot of ways." By the later part of the series, Ginny and Harry "are total equals" and "worthy of each other." The author also commented that she enjoyed writing the "big emotional journey" that both characters go through, and that she really liked Ginny as a character.
My cat Snip
My dog Tracker
My demon form:
Cedric Diggory/ Single
Cedric Diggory is a Hufflepuff student two years above Harry. In addition to being a Hufflepuff prefect, he is the house Quidditch captain and Seeker. His father is Amos Diggory, who works at the Ministry of Magic. Cedric is first mentioned in Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban when he is described by the female Gryffindor Chasers as "strong and silent" amid giggles prior to the Hufflepuff-Gryffindor match, and shows a notable streak of modesty and fairness; when he catches the Snitch and wins the match after Harry falls off his broomstick following an encounter with the Dementors, he protests that the result should be nullified and the match replayed. He is described as being exceptionally handsome, with a straight nose, dark hair, and gray eyes.
In Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, Cedric is selected as the Hogwarts champion for the Triwizard Tournament. After Harry is also picked to compete, Malfoy makes "Support Cedric Diggory/Potter Stinks" badges, which Cedric tries to discourage his housemates from wearing. For the first task, Cedric transfigures a rock into a dog in order to distract his dragon and successfully retrieves his golden egg, but he receives a burn on his cheek in the process. He is later Cho Chang's date for the Yule Ball. As compensation for Harry's warning about the dragons before the first task, Cedric assists Harry in solving the clue of the second task by telling him to take a bath with the egg in the prefects' bathroom, and just "mull things over in the hot water". Cedric is the second of the four champions to reach the village of the merpeople and rescue his hostage, using a Bubble-Head Charm, but surfaced one minute over the one-hour time limit.
During the third task, Harry saves Cedric's life twice while in the maze, and when they reach the Triwizard Cup, Cedric refuses to take it without Harry, so they grab hold of it together. The cup turns out to be a Portkey which transports them to the Little Hangleton graveyard, where Voldemort and Peter Pettigrew await Harry's arrival; Pettigrew murders Cedric on the spot upon Voldemort's order to "kill the spare". In the midst of the Priori Incantatem effect during Harry's duel with Voldemort, Cedric's spirit appears and asks Harry to take his body back to his father. Despite an attempted cover-up of the incident by the Ministry of Magic, Dumbledore candidly reveals the true nature of Cedric's demise to the students at the end-of-term feast, stating that to attribute it to an accident would be "an insult to his memory".
Robert Pattinson appeared as Cedric in the film adaptation of Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, and made a brief cameo in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix in a flashback taken from Goblet of Fire.
My Dog: Flame
My Demon form:
Draco Malfo /Single
Draco serves as a literary foil to the hero, Harry Potter, and is loosely based on bullies Rowling encountered during her school days. Harry first encounters Draco's snobbish bigotry after their initial encounter at Madam Malkin's. Rowling uses the Malfoys to introduce themes of intolerance and bigotry into a setting where people are often judged solely by their blood lineage rather than their good character or accomplishments. Draco, adhering to his family's beliefs, thinks that Mudbloods (muggle-born witches and wizards) should be denied a magical education. Harry's first impression that the Wizarding community is a "magical wonderland" is instantly shattered. Says Rowling, "[Harry] found out that many people in power in the wizarding world are just as corrupt and nasty as they are in our world."
Malfoy was originally named "Draco Spungen" in the earliest drafts of Philosopher's Stone. "Spungen" also appeared on her pre-canon class list, but it was crossed out and replaced with the surname "Spinks", while "Malfoy" was later added after the completion of the list. Philip Nel states that Malfoy is derived from the French phrase mal foi, meaning "bad faith." In an article published in 2002, Nilsen and Nilsen argue that "Draco" has connotations with draconian, and that his name starts with "mal", a French prefix for "bad" or "evil".
My dog: Kiba
My demon form
lavender Bloom: Single
My demon form:
My pet Ash:
Jareth, the Goblin King: The seemingly cruel, yet handsome master of a wide kingdom of goblins, which is called the Underground. Jareth is cunning, feared among the goblins, and ubiquitous throughout his fortress. He appears to be able to manipulate aspects of his world at will, creating bizarre landscapes and redirecting Sarah's journey. He is able to create, seemingly from thin air, small crystal orbs which are used to work magic. He is shown contact juggling them throughout the film; this was produced by having another actor (Michael Moschen) stand behind David Bowie and perform the juggle while organizing the picture to make it seem that only one man stood in the viewers' field of vision. Jareth is shown changing into a barn owl, in which form he appears at the beginning and end of the film. Over the course of the film, Jareth appears to become romantically interested in Sarah, even asking her to stay in the Labyrinth as his bride. In the film's novelization, when they are in the ballroom sequence, Jareth spellbinds her with his words and tries to kiss her. More of Jareth's background and motivations are revealed in the authorized English-language manga sequel Return to Labyrinth. A figurine of Jareth can be seen on the right hand side of Sarah's desk (behind the music box), while a photograph of Sarah's mother includes David Bowie, the actor portraying Jareth.
Toby Froud as Toby Williams: Toby is Sarah's infant half-brother through their father. His mother is Irene Williams while Sarah's mother was Linda Williams (Sarah's father's first wife). Conceptual artist Brian Froud's infant son (also named Toby) played Toby in the film. Linda Williams: Only seen in the photographs in Sarah's bedroom and mentioned in the novelization, Linda Williams is Sarah's biological mother. She is said in the novel to have been lured away by a performer who might have been Jareth's alter ego. Sarah's father later married a woman named Irene, Toby's mother. Shelley Thompson as Irene Williams: A very prudish woman who believes things should be normal, proper, and acceptable. Sarah resents her, as does Toby in the manga. Never mentioned by name in the film (although fans dubbed her "Karen"), in 2006, she was named "Irene" by the Henson Company in the Return to Labyrinth manga. Christopher Malcolm as Robert Williams: A somewhat one-dimensional character; he only appeared briefly in the film as Toby and Sarah's father. He is only mentioned by name in the novelization.
Shari Weiser (Brian Henson, voice) as Hoggle: A cowardly dwarf-goblin that works for Jareth, but becomes loyal to Sarah. Hoggle is irritated when Jareth pronounces his name wrong, which he appears to do deliberately to annoy Hoggle. There is some implication that Hoggle may have romantic feelings for Sarah; Jareth's peculiar threat to throw him into the Bog of Eternal Stench could be interpreted as evidence of jealousy. Against his own wishes, Hoggle gives Sarah a peach as a gift from Jareth, who again threatens to dump him in the Bog of Eternal Stench if he does not do so. When Sarah loses her way as a result of being induced into a deep sleep by the peach, which subsequently causes Sarah to temporarily lose her memory, Hoggle is unable to cope with his feelings of guilt and remorse, and becomes estranged from Sarah, branding himself a coward. At the entrance to the Goblin city, when Sarah, Ludo, and Sir Didymus are under attack from the guardian - a goblin in a towering suit of robotic armor, brandishing a large axe - Hoggle risks his life to save them. Hoggle is commended for his bravery by Sir Didymus and Ludo, whereupon Sarah forgives him for his earlier mistake. A bookend that looks like Hoggle can be seen in Sarah's room. The puppet used to represent him is located in the Unclaimed Baggage Center in Scottsboro, Alabama. Along with a few other pieces from the film it was never claimed from airport baggage and is currently on display by the company.
Ron Mueck (voice) as Ludo: A gentle creature, once called a "yeti" in the dialogue, who was tormented by goblins until Sarah rescued him. Despite his great size and strength, Ludo tends to be reluctant to enter into a confrontation with anything, and instead will issue a deep, lowing howl which summons rocks of many sizes and number to his aid; a talent which proves useful several times throughout the film. He speaks with a very limited vocabulary, often using only nouns to make his point (for example, "Sarah friend"). Ludo, unlike the conventional depiction of a yeti, has shaggy red fur, horns on his head, and a long, straight, swinging tail. A doll that resembles Ludo can be seen near the window of Sarah's room. David Shaughnessy (voice) as Sir Didymus: A fox-terrier who guards The Bog of Eternal Stench. Shortly after he meets Sarah, he joins her in her quest to rescue Toby. He has a 'steed' named Ambrosius (a sheepdog identical to Sarah's own dog, Merlin), who runs from trouble. In contrast, Sir Didymus is quite fearless and frequently taunts his enemies, goading them to attack. Despite his size, he is an excellent fighter, utilizing a miniature lance and his sheer quickness to battle larger foes. A battle showed him to be an approximate match for Ludo, who is many times his size, in solo combat. He is shown 'adopting' Ludo as a foster-brother. There is a stuffed animal that looks like Sir Didymus on Sarah's shelf. Percy Edwards (voice) as Ambrosius. Sir Didymus' loyal sheepdog-steed. Unlike his courageous master, Ambrosius is a coward and generally runs from trouble, but stops short of abandoning Didymus altogether. Ambrosius is in most respects identical to Sarah's dog Merlin, but appears somewhat smaller. Timothy Bateson (voice) as William the Worm: The worm is a small, blue goblin that wears a bright red scarf, has three bright blue tufts of hair,and lives in the brick wall of the first passage of the Labyrinth. He encounters Sarah during her earliest time within the maze. When Sarah asks him "How do I get through this Labyrinth?" he mistakenly thinks she means "How do I get out of this Labyrinth?" unaware that she wants to reach the castle. He therefore sends her one way and tells her never to go the other way. Behind her back, he exasperatedly remarks, "If she had kept on going down that way she would have gone straight to that castle." This provokes viewers to think that he was deliberately misleading her. The novel version therefore changes his line to "If she'd gone the other way, she'd have walked straight into that dreadful castle."
Frank Oz (Sir Michael Horden, voice) as The Wiseman: This goblin encounters Sarah halfway through the Labyrinth, giving her puzzling advice and arguing with the bird-like figure that lives upon his head. His scene possesses no real significance, but serves to bring comic relief to the story and transition into a more significant piece of the story. Dave Goelz (voice) as The Wiseman's Bird Hat: Spends most of his time arguing with the Wiseman; like the Wiseman, has no real significance, but brings some comic relief to the story. Karen Prell (Denise Bryer, voice) as The Junk Lady: The Junk Lady encounters Sarah after she wakes up from the dream invoked by Jareth's peach. The Junk Lady tries to distract her from her quest to find Toby, as Sarah has lost her memory after eating the peach. She leads Sarah into a junkyard-like version of her own bedroom, giving her an array of toys seen earlier in the movie to be treasured by Sarah. After reading a passage from the "Labyrinth" book, Sarah realizes that the Junk Lady is not real, but an illusion created by Jareth- and that the former treasures of her selfish childhood are not important to her anymore, but merely "junk" compared to the importance of her friends and Toby. She then remembers everything, and discards the toys, at which point the room and the Junk Lady both disappear. Sarah is immediately reunited with Ludo, Sir Didymus, and Ambrosius. Warwick Davis as Goblin Corps. Steve Whitmire, Kevin Clash, Anthony Asbury, and Dave Goelz (voices) as The Four Guards: These sets of guards, two behind red and blue matching coats of arms involve Sarah in a logic puzzle where of the four, the two she has to ask one question for one of them. The two warn that one of them always tell the truth and the other will always lie. The wrong answer leading her to "certain death". Robert Beatty and Dave Goelz (voices) as Right and Left Door Knockers: A dynamic duo literally living upon a set of doors. One has a knocker ring in his ears; the other in his mouth. Therefore one can hardly speak and the other can hardly hear, making them a form of irony. These characters' behaviors are patterned after The Muppet Show duo Statler and Waldorf. Kevin Clash, Charles Augins, Danny John-Jules, Richard Bodkin (voices) as Firey 1-5: The Fireys (also called the Fire Gang) are a group of wild goblins that lurk within the Labyrinth's forest. They have detachable body parts and sing one of the songs on the soundtrack. They come to Sarah's aid at a moment when she is lost and uncertain by inviting her to take things more lightly, though this "help" goes too far when they fail to grasp the concept that Sarah does not come into pieces as they do, and attempt to take her apart. They, along with Ludo, Hoggle, Didymus, and many other unnamed goblins, appear in Sarah's room for the final celebration. There is a doll version of a Firey (with button eyes) on Sarah's shelf.