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Villain Overview

Hi. I'm Chucky. Wanna play?
~ Chucky's famous catchphrase.
I'm f-cking infamous! I'm one of the most notorious slashers in history, and I don't wanna give that up. I am Chucky, the killer doll, and I dig it!
~ Chucky's most famous quote.
Ade Due Damballa! Give me the power, I beg of you!
~ Chucky using the Damballa Chant to call the voodoo god Damballa.
I'm gonna get you for it! I'm gonna get you! One of me is gonna get you! NO MATTER WHAT!!
~ Chucky's villainous Breakdown when learned Tiffany is the mastermind who send Detective Mike Norris.

Charles Lee "Chucky" Ray, also known as The Lakeshore Strangler, is the titular main antagonist of the Child's Play franchise. He is Tiffany's ex-husband, Glen and Glenda's father, and both Andy Barclay and Jake Wheeler's arch-nemesis and former "best friend". He is also the titular main antagonist of the 2021 TV series of the same name.

He is voiced and portrayed by Brad Dourif, who also played Jack Dante in Death Machine, Gríma Wormtongue in the The Lord of the Rings film franchise, The Gemini Killer in The Exorcist III: Legion, Mathias in Fading of the Cries, Deputy Sheriff Clinton Pell in Mississippi Burning and Zoso in the ABC television series Once Upon A Time. As a young child, he was portrayed by David Kohlsmith. As a teenager, he was portrayed by Tyler Barish. As a young adult, he was portrayed by Brad's daughter Fiona Dourif, who also played Good Leader Tavis in The Purge and The Rat Man in The Stand miniseries.


You're an abomination. An outrage against nature! You've perverted everything I've taught you and used it for evil! And you have to be stopped!
~ John Bishop to Chucky.

Chucky is the walking and talking textbook example of a complete and utter psychopath. With a complete inability to feel guilt or remorse, Chucky is a sadistic, egotistical, temperamental and foul-mouthed individual. He also holds strong grudges against his foes and never forgets when someone has crossed him. He is a relentless hunter of victims, but if the hunting of a certain victim is slow going, he will divert his attention and kill others, sometimes if they threaten to expose him, or sometimes just for fun.

In fact, he is shown to be extremely proud of the fact that he is a very destructive and homicidal murderer and killing seems to be his livelihood, as far as he was distraught when his son, Glen did not want to kill people and did whatever he could to corrupt him.

Chucky also has a problematic relationship with all women in general. The most prominent one is with Tiffany Valentine, who was his one-time girlfriend and later became his wife. Chucky claims he wanted an occasion to fling with her as he fell in love with Sarah. Chucky went as far as to murder Sarah's husband, so that he can have Sarah and her daughters as his family but he began to despise her for calling the police on him and killed her in revenge years later ironically enough it was actually Tiffany who called the police on him and not Sarah essentially making his murders of Sarah and her family pointless.

Despite Tiffany's years of devotion to Chucky, he never fully appreciated her and even killed her to transfer her soul into a doll to punish her for refusing to help him find a human host after he refused to marry her. Eventually, Chucky exhibited signs he does care for Tiffany much more than he lets on and actually apologized to her for "everything". Chucky admits that he does love Tiffany due to their mutual love for murder and declares her as his wife and convinces her to have sex with him while in doll form.

However, their violent natures come into conflict with each other frequently to where they try to kill the other. They still forgive each other and rekindle their relationship regardless. Although he tortures Nica by killing her family and frames her for the murders, Chucky never intended to kill her because he sought to torture her more so by possessing her body, to the point he saved her from committing suicide. Despite all of this, Chucky's love for Tiffany isn't migrating as he still abuses her and never shows any real affection towards her.

Chucky's relationship with his children is dysfunctional and mixed with awkwardness. When he learns that he is a father, Chucky faints in shock and is shocked furthermore when he sees that his child has no genitals. However, Chucky accepts his child without hesitation and declares it to be a boy, whom he names Glen. He eagerly tries to teach Glen how to kill and is dismayed when Glen has no interest in it. Chucky had little to no interest in having a daughter but when he finds out Glen has a twin sister, Glenda, Chucky was more shocked by her ruthlessness that was more than his own despite also enjoying being a heartless killer.

Chucky also possesses a sarcastic and manipulative wit and also blurts insults at the most random of times, usually for comedic measure. Apart from this, Chucky has a sexual and voluptuous fetish for monsters, being unimpressed with pictures of normal women and had to look at images from Fangoria in order to get his rocks off. However, Chucky does possess some form of morals, he has no problem with murder but is disgusted with any form of rape and sexual abuse, as he decides to kill Dr. Foley for assaulting Nica and called him diabolical (although this is a somewhat hypocritical statement, as Chucky himself has exhibited signs of being a sexual predator as well, such as when he attempted to grope Jennifer Tilly in Seed of Chucky). He even avenged Nica for her abuse with "This is for Nica" by brutally crushing her doctor's head.

Chucky also has a sense of sexism. He angrily remarks on Kyle's driving skills by saying "You Godd**n women drivers!". He also doesn't hold much regard for Tiffany and has made other rude and opprobrious remarks towards other females throughout the series, even upon seeing his offspring's lack of genitals, he defiantly referred to him as a son. He is also politically incorrect and disagreeable, as the idea of a gender fluid child made him feel very uncomfortable.

Overall, people consider Chucky to be one of the vilest serial killers and for good reason. Not only does he take sadistic pleasure in murdering others, but he lacks any redeeming traits that stick. Even when the series became more comedic, he retained his lack of regard for anything other than his own blood lust and shedded any compassion he had towards his family.


Throughout the series, Chucky has gone through changes to his appearance. As Charles Lee Ray, he is tall and somewhat slender. He also has long brown hair and blue eyes. When becoming a doll, Chucky is about 2'5", has red hair, blue eyes and freckles. His attire is a red, green and blue striped shirt with blue overalls with the "Good Guy" logo on the front.

In the first 3 films as a doll, Chucky's appearance stays consistent although some minor changes were seen. In the first film, as Chucky stays in the doll longer, he starts to develop human like physical traits, with bushy eyebrows and a receding hairline. At the films climax, Chucky gets burned alive, resulting in his skin turning into a dark black, most of his hair missing, and his lips are burned off. His endoskeleton is also shown in his fingers. In Child's Play 2, Chucky loses his hand while chasing Andy and his foster sister Kyle, and then painfully inserting a knife into where his hand was. In Child's Play 3 at the movies climax, Chucky gets half his face sliced off by reaper prop scythe, revealing the muscle under his skin.

However in Bride of Chucky, Chucky has a major physical change. After his ex-girlfriend later wife Tiffany fixed and stitched him up after he got sliced up in Child's Play 3, his face has large scars, which would be his most iconic look. His eyelids on his right eye are bloodied, and a piece of metal from his head is showing. His clothing is tattered and also has some blood on it. In Seed of Chucky, Chucky's hair is brighter, and also appears to be longer.

In Curse of Chucky, Chucky's appearance is once again altered. His hair has a darker shade of red, though this time it's straightened, his overalls are darkened and his skin is paler. His most noticeable change is that Chucky's scars are now absent, though later in the movie Chucky reveals that they were covered up by fake skin, which is removed.

Cult of Chucky also alters his look. The original Chucky is missing a chunk of his right side of his face from being shot by Andy with a shotgun, and Andy chained his head to a board. Unbeknownst to Andy, Chucky has used a voodoo spell so he could awaken more Good Guy dolls he could be in. These Good Guy dolls appear chubbier, and have wider necks. One doll has a singed hand from it being burned by Dr. Foley. Another is missing an arm and a shoe and is dirtied from being nearly buried.

A 3rd has a buzz-cut like haircut, possibly referencing Sergeant Botnick from Child's Play 3, which Chucky hates.

Remake Timeline

Main article: Chucky (Child's Play 2019)

Ready Player One

Chucky makes a cameo appearance as an item in the 2018 film Ready Player One. He is given to Parzival, who throws him at a Sixer, with the Sixer exclaiming "It's f***ing Chucky!", who then stabs several of their avatars to death while giving his trademark maniacal laugh.


Confirmed Murders

  1. Vivian Van Pelt: Killed by unknown causes and dumped in a river. Was killed presumably for her ring. Mentioned in Bride of Chucky.
  2. Daniel Pierce: Drowned (off-camera).
  3. Tiffany's mother: Killed by unknown causes 20 years prior to Seed of Chucky.
  4. Minna Ray: Suffocated with a plastic bag.
  5. Unknown Victim #1
  6. Unknown Victim #2
  7. Unknown Victim #3
  8. Unknown Victim #4
  9. Unknown Victim #5
  10. Unknown Victim #6
  11. Unknown Victim #7
  12. Unknown Victim #8
  13. Unknown Victim #9
  14. Unknown Victim #10
  15. Unknown Victim #11
  16. Unknown Victim #12
  17. Unknown Victim #13
  18. Unknown Victim #14
  19. Unknown Victim #15
  20. Unknown Victim #16
  21. Unknown Victim #17
  22. Unknown Victim #18
  23. Maggie Lorraine Peterson: She is disoriented when Chucky hits her in the head with a toy hammer. She falls out of the apartment's kitchen window and lands on a car, dying instantly.
  24. Eddie Caputo: Chucky turns on the oven in Eddie's hideout. He then scares and provokes him into firing his gun. The gas from the oven and Eddie's bullet triggers a gas explosion that kills him and destroys the house.
  25. John Aelsop Bishop: Chucky breaks the leg and arm of a voodoo doll John was bound to. He then stabs it, leaving John to bleed to death.
  26. Dr. Lawrence Ardmore: Chucky stabs him in the leg with a scalpel. While Dr. Philip is down Chucky zaps him with an Electric Shock Therapy machine until he dies.
  27. A Good Guys Employee: He is electrocuted by a doll machine Chucky's supernatural powers tamper with. The force of the shock sends him through a glass sheet.
  28. William Mattson: He is asphyxiated with a plastic bag.
  29. Ms. Kettlewell: After tricking her into a toy closet and scaring her with a dodgeball, Chucky stabs her in the stomach with an air pump after she puts the dodgeball back on the shelf. He then bludgeons the defenseless woman to death with a yardstick.
  30. Phil George Simpson: Chucky suspends him from the stairs after tripping him with a hooked pole. He then knocks him loose from the stairs, breaking his neck on impact. Just before he finally saw Andy was right and he thoughtlessly didn’t listen to him.
  31. Joanne Mildred Simpson: She has her throat slit by Chucky. (off-screen)
  32. Grace Elsie Poole: She is stabbed thrice in the chest.
  33. A Good Guys Factory Worker: Chucky slashes him across the cheek, knocking him onto the conveyor belt. He then has his eyes crushed by a machine that puts eyes on Good Guy dolls.
  34. Christopher Sullivan: He is slipped on some marbles, knocked down with a golf club, has darts thrown at him, and is finally asphyxiated with a yo-yo.
  35. The Garbage Man: He is tricked by Chucky into climbing inside the compactor of his truck. He then activates the compactor, gruesomely crush the man inside.
  36. Colonel Cochrane: Chucky jump scares Colonel, giving him a fatal heart attack, to Chucky's disappointment.
  37. Sgt. Thaddeus Botnick: Chucky slits his throat after he attempts to cut his hair off.
  38. Cadet Lieutenant Colonel Brett Campbell Shelton: Chucky replaces the ammunition all of The Red Team's rifles with real bullets. Cadet is shot by a Red Team soldier, accidentally killing him.
  39. Harold Aubrey Whitehurst: He sacrifices himself to save his friends by jumping on a grenade that Chucky threw.
  40. The Carnival Security Guard: Killed (off-screen) presumably by a gunshot to the head.
  41. Damien Baylock: Tiffany cuffs him to her bed, places Chucky on his chest and ultimately tricks Damien into provoking Chucky. Chucky then proceeds to rip out one of his lip piercings and suffocates him with a pillow.
  42. Tiffany Valentine: She is electrocuted when Chucky knocks a TV into her bathtub. He later bludgeons her with a shovel and stabs her.
  43. Officer Samuel "Needlenose" Norton: Chucky puts a sheet into his cruiser's exhaust pipe and ignites it with Robert Bailey's lighter. The resulting explosion kills Officer Needlenose Norton.
  44. Chief Warren Kincaid: Chucky and Tiffany launch large nails in his face to stop him from ruining their plan, seemingly killing him. After revealing himself to still be alive, Chucky stabs him to death.
  45. David Plummens: He is scared out of the van by Chucky and Tiffany holding guns at him after foolishly betraying his former friends thinking they are killers, stopping him from ruining their plan. He backs in the road and he is hit and obliterated by a truck.
  46. The Old Man: He is shot in the head by Chucky (off-camera).
  47. The Gravedigger: He is shot in the head by Chucky.
  48. Tony Gardner: He is decapitated with a wire by Chucky and Tiffany.
  49. Vacation Victim #1: He appears to have been buried alive in the sand. (off-screen)
  50. Vacation Victim #2: He his run over by a taxi car. (off-screen)
  51. Vacation Victim #3: He is hit by a bus. (off-screen)
  52. Vacation Victim #4: He appears to have been lynched from a tower in Seattle. (off-screen)
  53. Vacation Victim #5: He appears to have had his arms amputated, causing him to fall off a cliff to his death. (off-screen)
  54. Vacation Victim #6: He is killed by the world's largest twine ball. (off-screen)
  55. The Pizza Man: He is killed by an unseen power tool. (off-camera).
  56. Britney Spears: She has her car rammed off the road, hitting a telephone poll and killing her.
  57. Man #1: He is cleaved in the head with a machete (off-screen).
  58. Man #2: He is stabbed in the back with a carving fork (off-screen).
  59. Man #3: He is suffocated with a plastic bag (off-screen).
  60. Stan: Chucky accidentally throws his knife into Stan's heart while trying to kill Jennifer Tilly.
  61. Jennifer Tilly: Tiffany swaps bodies with her, trapping her in her doll body. Chucky then axes Jennifer in the head, believing her to be Tiffany.
  62. Sarah Pierce: She is stabbed in the heart with scissors and she falls off a stair balcony as finally getting revenge on her.
  63. Father Frank: Chucky contaminates his dinner with rat poison. It didn’t kill him but he is then later killed in a car crash.
  64. Car Crash Victim #1: He is killed in Father Frank's car crash, which was caused by Chucky.
  65. Car Crash Victim #2: He is killed in Father Frank's car crash, which was caused by Chucky.
  66. Jill Taylor: She is killed when Chucky knocks a bucket of water onto an outlet Jill's laptop was connected to, electrocuting her.
  67. Barbara Pierce: She is stabbed in the eye and bleeds out.
  68. Ian Pierce: He is axed in the jaw, killing him instantly after foolishly acting Nica of murder without evidence first.
  69. Alice Pierce : Possessed and then hurt offscreen.
  70. Angela: Wrists slit.
  71. Claire: Decapitated with falling glass.
  72. Madeleine: Piece of spine pulled out through her mouth.
  73. Carlos: Stabbed repeatedly in the chest, drill in abdomen and stomach cut open.
  74. Dr. Foley: Head stomped numerous times.
  75. Ashley: Drilled in abdomen.
  76. Malcolm: Drilled through skull.
  77. Lucas Wheeler: He is electrocuted to death after Jake wished he was dead for his abusive behaviour.
  78. Annie: Neck impaled with the knives sticking up on the dishwasher rack.
  79. Oliver Hayden: He is stabbed in the leg, later stabbed multiple times in the back.
  80. Detective Sean Peyton: Stabbed in the back by a scalpel, then stabbed with multiple syringes.
  81. Kidnapped Man #1: Stabbed multiple times. (off-screen)
  82. Kidnapped Man #2: Throat slit.
  83. Principal Megan McVey: Decapitated. (Off-screen)
  84. Bree Wheeler: Pushed by a mail cart through a glass window off a skyscraper, and lands on her car, instantly killing her. Her face goes through the windshield.
  85. Detective Kim Evans: Pushed down the stairs and breaks her neck at the bottom of steps, killing her instantly.
  86. Logan Wheeler: He was bludgeoned to death by Junior Wheeler, as he used Chucky as a battering weapon.
  87. Nathan Cross: He was stabbed through the theater seat.
  88. Theater Patron 1: stabbed through the theater seat
  89. Theater Patron 2: stabbed through the theater seat
  90. Theater Patron 3: stabbed through the theater seat
  91. Theater Patron 4: stabbed through the theater seat
  92. Theater Patron 5: stabbed through the theater seat
  93. Theater Patron 6: stabbed through the theater seat
  94. Theater Patron 7: stabbed through the theater seat
  95. Theater Patron 8: stabbed through the theater seat
  96. Junior Wheeler: stabbed in the chest

Possible Murders

  • 97. Chucky mentions Tiffany having an annoying sister, implying that he killed her as well.
  • 98. It's possible that Chucky killed both the man and woman for their R.V.
  • 99. One may possibly count both Tiffany's deaths as two separate kills.
  • 100. Glen: Possibly strangled to death.
  • 101. Alice's grandmother: Asphyxiated with a bag. It is unknown if she survived though Cult of Chucky implies she didn't.
  • 102+. It is possible Chucky used Alice to kill people before an attempted victim killed her.


  1. Child's Play: Shot in the chest by Detective Mike Norris. (human body)
  2. Child's Play: Body Burnt,head shot off,arm shot off and Shot in the heart by Detective Mike Norris.
  3. Child's Play 2: Melted and Forced an air tube in his mouth by Kyle making his head explode.
  4. Child's Play 3: Thrown off from the fake mountain of skulls by Andy and into the giant fan at the bottom, where he was sliced to death.
  5. Bride of Chucky: Shot in the chest and heart multiple times by Jade.
  6. Cult of Chucky: Killed by attempted victim offscreen. (Possessed Alice)
  7. Cult of Chucky: Shot five times in the head and stomped to death by Andy. (Short-Haired Chucky)
  8. Chucky (TV Series): Tortured and killed by Kyle offscreen. (“Scarred” Chucky)
  9. Chucky (TV Series): Shot in the head, then shot to death by Andy and Kyle. (Melted-Finger Chucky)
  10. Chucky (TV Series): shot in the face and chest repeatedly by Kyle. ("Billy" Chucky)
  11. Chucky (TV Series): Throat slit and decaptitated by Tiffany, then body beaten to death by Andy and head is incinerated in explosion. (Jake's Chucky)
  12. Chucky (TV Series): Stabbed in the heart by Junior. (Junior's Chucky)
  13. Chucky (TV Series): eyes pop out from being strangled to death by Jake. (Caroline's Chucky)

Powers, Abilities, and Weaknesses


Despite his small size and structure, Chucky has the strength and speed of a full grown human adult. He is able to easily restrain and kill people over three times his size with little to no difficulty. He can also wield many varying types of weaponry with no problem at all. Chucky is also very intelligent, capable of planning out complex traps, scenarios, and escaping from many situations. Chucky also knows Voodoo Magic and Techniques taught to him by John Bishop (before becoming a doll and before John knew he was evil). Perhaps Chucky's most dangerous power of all is his ability to cheat at death, as seemingly nothing can actually stop him permanently, thus Chucky can be considered immortal. While Chucky can indeed be harmed and killed, it never lasts as he always seems able to find some way to come back (even through outside help). Chucky seems to have great accuracy also; for instance, he's able to throw his knife from considerable distances and is able to hit his target almost completely on point. In Cult of Chucky, he gains the ability to possess multiple bodies, including multiple Chucky dolls. As a doll, Chucky has the natural ability to pose as a regular doll, and in addition to that, he can also talk in a child-like voice.


Chucky isn't without his flaws, as he is known to be very impatient and rather arrogant. Chucky's Voodoo abilities only work under specific circumstances and have requirements for them to work. Despite being a doll, he has spent so long in his doll body that he has turned anatomically human. Chucky can also bleed and feel pain just like a normal human and can be easily overpowered, due to be around the same height as a young child. Therefore, those who are stronger than him or can adapt to his small size could prove to be his match.

While he can split his souls to possess multiple dolls, he cannot possess any other kinds of dolls, beside the Good Guy doll due to the requirement of the spell demand similiar vassels. Furthermore, despite the fact that he can possess human, he has to have a full soul to fully control a person since it is shown that Nica still be able to briefly regain her body after the fragment of Chucky's soul possesses her. It is also revealed, the soul-splitting spell causes Chucky's soul fragments to gain individuality, which causes Chucky-possessed dolls as well as human to sometime get into disagreement and can potentially hinder each other. If any of the possessed Chucky doll is destroyed, the soul fragment within the doll will be destroyed as well, showing that there is a limit of how much souls Chucky can split in the long run.

Furthermore, Chucky also seems to not realize that he has made a lot of enemies over the years, not limiting to Andy and he always underestimates his former victims, who escape his murder attempt. This fact makes him foolishly let Andy live at the end of Cult of Chucky, instead of killing Andy for good, thinking Andy cannot give him trouble. As the result, it is highly possible that his arrogance would eventually lead to his downfall if all his victims band together to finish him off for good. This is clearly shown in the TV series that most of the possessed Good Guy Dolls are being hunted down easily by Andy and Kyle due to their experience with him.


  1. His hands
  2. Water
  3. Electricity
  4. Toy Hammer
  5. Traps
  6. Voodoo Magic
  7. Zapper Helmet
  8. Good Guys manufacturer machine
  9. Jumprope
  10. Plastic Bag
  11. Air Pump
  12. Yardstick
  13. Knife (signature and most common weapon)
  14. Gag
  15. Eye Filler Machine
  16. Marbles
  17. Golf Club
  18. Darts
  19. Yo-Yo
  20. Garbage Truck
  21. Fear
  22. Straight Razor
  23. Firearms
  24. Grenade
  25. Hooked pole-like object
  26. Pillow
  27. Piano Wire
  28. Sand
  29. Taxi
  30. Heights
  31. Rope
  32. Bus
  33. An unseen power tool
  34. Hummer van
  35. Machete
  36. Carving fork
  37. Axe
  38. Hatchet
  39. Scissors
  40. Rat poison
  41. Shovel
  42. Proxies (Tiffany and a Red Team Soldier being prime examples)
  43. Duct tape
  44. Baseball Bat
  45. Twine Ball
  46. Large Nails
  47. Scalpel
  48. Drill
  49. Glass bottle
  50. Ruler


Give me the power, I beg of you!
~ Chucky in all his attempts to using soul transfer onto victims via the Damballa Chant.
Hi, I'm Chucky and I'm your friend to the end. Hidy-Hoe. Ha ha ha.
~ One of Chucky's Good Guy catchphrases.
You've been very naughty, Ms. Kettlewell.
~ Chucky's words before killing Ms. Kettlewell.
B**ch! You hurt me.
~ Chucky to Kyle.
What are you looking at?!
~ Chucky to Kyle.
Just shut up and drive, before I kick your f**king teeth in!
~ Chucky to Kyle.
Amazing, isn't it?
~ Chucky before killing Grace Poole.
Okay, sport. We're gonna have a little game of Chucky Says. Chucky says move your a**.
~ Chucky to Andy Barclay.
This is it, world. From now on, no more Mr. Good Guy!
~ Chucky, preparing to switch souls with Andy.
NO! You little s**t, do you know what you've done? It's too late! I spent too much time in this body. I'm f**king TRAPPED IN HERE! WHAT THE HELL?!
~ Chucky loses it after realizing that he is stuck inside his doll body after failing to transfer his soul into Andy Barclay.
I got you now Andy, and you know what I’m gonna do to you? I’m gonna cut off your legs too!
~ Chucky’s last words in Child’s Play 2 before he is shoved a air hose down his mouth, causing his head to explode.
~ Chucky as he sadistically tortures Christopher Sullivan.
Hey, long time no see, pal.
~ Chucky meeting a 16-year-old Andy Barclay.
This means war.
~ Chucky, after some girls put lipstick on him.
Oh, you gotta be f***in' kidding me!
~ Chucky after seeing Cochrane have a heart attack.
Presto. You're dead. (laughs maniacally) It's definitely you.
~ Chucky after killing Sgt Thaddeus Botnick.
Man, I really gotta get out of this body.
~ Chucky
It ain't the size that counts, a****le, it's what you do with it.
~ Chucky before killing Damien.
Jesus, the music scene's gone to Hell since I've been dead.
~ Chucky
Get off my knife.
~ Chucky coldly pushing Tiffany off his knife after stabbing her.
Go ahead and shoot! I'll be back, I always come back! But dying is such a b**ch.
~ Chucky, before being shot and having his 4th death in his doll form.
Come to papa.
~ Chucky, about to read a Fangoria magazine.
Oops, I did it again!
~ Chucky after killing Britney Spears.
I can't think of a thing to say. F**k it!
~ Chucky after breaking down the door and seeing Tiffany and Glen.
Nobody leaves me. Nobody.
~ Chucky mercilessly smashing Tiffany's head with an axe after she transfers her soul into Jennifer Tilly's body
Women. You can't live with them. Period.
~ Chucky after killing Jill.
You have your mother's eyes and they were always too F**KING CLOSE TOGETHER!
~ Chucky before killing Barbara.
Jesus f***in' cuckoo's nest...
~ Chucky after meeting Angela.
Like I said before Jake: Some people just deserve to die.
~ Chucky to Jake
It's kill or be killed. Who's team do you wanna be on? Because sooner or later, everbody's gotta choose.
~ Chucky telling Jake to pick a side.


  • During Child's Play, Brad Dourif was performing Chucky being burnt by fire when his daughter Fiona, then 6 years old, came into the recording room. Hearing her father's acting of screaming in agony, she rushed out of the room very shocked and frightened. Brad had to stop his session to calm his daughter down.
  • Chucky made a cameo appearance in the 2017 anime TV series Love Tyrant.
  • A tie-in novelization to the second film was later written by Matthew J. Costello. The author added in some of his own plot scenes exclusive to the novel such as going deeper into Chucky's past. Chucky is characterized to have an absent father and his abusive mother being a dwarf. Chucky got teased a lot because of this and later strangled his mother to death. Also, Chucky was put in special classes when he was younger.
    • However, this backstory has since been contradicted by the Chucky television series, which depicts Charles to have grown up with a loving family but posessing a sadistic personality disorder no one was aware of, resulting in him killing his mother just to please a serial killer who had just murdered his father. It's likely that Child's Play creator Don Mancini was either unaware of Costello's novel or simply decided to retcon Chucky's origins.
  • Chucky's real name is similar to Serial Killer Charles Raymond Starkweather. Coincidentally, Chucky was technically born in 1958, the year of Starkweather's arrest. It is unknown if this was intentional or not.
  • In the new Child's Play television series, Chucky reveals that while he and Glen/Glenda are on mixed terms, he still fully supports their gender identity as Gender Fluid, stating that he's "not a monster".
    • This reveal also confirms Glen/Glenda's ambiguous fate at the end of Seed of Chucky, where Chucky's severed arm grabbed the throat of the boy Glen's soul was put into.

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Blue Meanies (Chief Blue Meanie & Max) | Suckophant | Ralph and Al | Lizard Leader | Blue | Jenner | Dragon | NIMH | Dr. Boycott | Lynn Driver | William Harbottle | Under Secretary | Dr. Goodner | Ackland | Mok Swagger | The Demon | Schlepper Brothers | What's Her Face | Mutants | Carface Carruthers | Killer | Mean Street Dogs | Hellhound | Grand Duke of Owls | Hunch | Pinky | Frog Bouncers | Drake | Red | Emperor Maltazard | Ernest Davido | Darkos | King Malbert | Dr. Schadenfreude | Jaclyn | Monsters | Dr. Glickenstein | Moriarty | Reggie and Ronnie | Lord Piggot-Dunceby | Willard Stenk | Mr. Collick | Willard Stenk's Accomplices | The Yeti Elder | Yeti Soldiers | Margaux Needler | Cyrus Strange

Live-Action Films
Wicked Witch of the West | Flying Monkeys | Winkie Guards | Wicked Witch of the East | India Wilkes | Mrs. Iselin | Roger Furness | Simone Clouseau | Charles Dreyfus | The Phantom/Sir Charles Lytton | Paul's Grandfather | The Ultimate Depravity (President Curval, The Duke of Blangis, Bishop & The Banker Durcet) | Billy Nolan | Carrie White | Chris Hargensen | Donna and Mary Lila Grace Thibodeau | Helen Shyres | Margaret White | Mortimer Snerds | Ralph White | Ruth Gogan | Tina Blake | Mr. Chong | The French Connection | Pod People | Walter E. Kurtz | Bill Kilgore | Alan Yates | Alan Yates' Crew (Jack Anders, Mark Tomaso & Faye Daniels) | Ya̧nomamö Tribe | Shamatari Tribe | Farmer Vincent | Calibos | Thetis | Giant Scorpion | Acrisius | Medusa | Giant Vulture | Huntsman | Calibos's Henchmen | Stygian Witches | Countess Chandra | Lieutenant Palmyra | Antonio Salieri | Reverend Henry Kane | Poltergeists (Tree & Clown Doll) | Ghoulies | Bob Barnes | Bunny | President Skroob | Dark Helmet | Pizza the Hutt | Grant Stayton III | Queen Bavmorda | General Kael | Killer Klowns (Jumbo, Fatso, Shorty, Rudy, Slim, Spike, Bibbo, Chubby, Baby Killer Klowns, & Klownzilla) | Curtis Mooney | Pumpkinhead | Chucky | Eddie Caputo | Peddler | Damballa | Sergeant Bauer | Pawnee | Corporal Spivey | Corporal Edwards | Elliot Marston | Luther | James | Saladene | Harlan Puckett | Chuck De Nomolos | Evil Bill & Ted | Curley | Ryan Gaerity | The Cat | Rachel Lang | Creeper | Dr. Brinkman | François Molay | Victor Diaz | Georges Rutaganda | Gregoire | The Tornado | Azog | Sauron | Orcs (Yazneg & Torturer of Dol Guldur) | Goblins (Great Goblin) | Gollum | Bolg | Smaug | Master of Laketown | Nazgûl (Witch-king of Angmar) | Trolls | Messala | Tyler Harne | Deputy Stack | Emilio | Chucky (2019) | Shane | Evil Dolls

Direct-To-Video Features
Martin Brisby | Dr. Valentine | Muriel and Floyd | Belladonna | Injurin' Joe

Animated Television
Blue Aardvark

Live-Action TV
Lorne Malvo | V.M. Varga

Tom | Jerry | Spike | Butch | The Little Man

See Also
007 Villains | 20th Century Studios Villains | Cannibal Holocaust Villains | Child's Play Villains | Killer Klowns from Outer Space Villains | Laika Villains | Middle-Earth Villains | Nepenthe Villains | Oz Villains | Pink Panther Villains | RoboCop Villains | Rocky Villains | Ridley Scott Villains | Salo Villains | Sherlock Holmes Villains | Syfy Villains | The Addams Family Villains | Tom and Jerry Villains

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Animated Features
Warren T. Rat | Mott Street Maulers (Digit) | Moe | Cossack Cats | Sharptooth | Cat R. Waul | Cactus Cat Gang (T.R. Chula, One-Eye, & Sweet William) | Professor Screweyes | Ozzy & Strut | Hyp | Mutt and Nod | Steele | Ichy and Dil | Mr. Grasping | Toplofty and O'Bloat | Chief McBrusque | Scuttlebutt | Madame Mousey | Twitch | Bootlick and Slug | Rinkus and Sierra | Niju | Nuk, Yak, and Sumac | Farley the Fox | Junior Bloomsberry | Br'er Fox | Br'er Wolf | Robert the Terrible | Serpent | Botticelli Remorso | The Beldam | Other Mr. Bobinsky | Other Mr. Bobinsky's Mice | Other Spink & Other Forcible | Danno Wolfe | 1 | 8 | Fabrication Machine | Machines (Cat Beast, Winged Beast, Seamstress, Steel Behemoths, Seeker Drones, & Spiderbots) | The Chancellor's Party (Chancellor Fredinand) | Felonious Gru | Minions | Dr. Nefario | Vector | Mr. Perkins | Nightmare Train | Aloysius O'Hare | The Once-Ler | Morty and McGurk | The Once-ler's Mother | Brett and Chet | Aunt Grizelda | Agatha Prenderghast | Zombie Judges (Judge Hopkins) | El Macho | El Pollito | Evil Minions | Norvirus Raccoon | Percy "King" Dimplewade | Fingers and Lucky | Knuckles | Cardinal | Street Rats | Archibald Snatcher | Mr. Gristle | Mr. Trout | Mr. Pickles | Scarlet Overkill | Herb Overkill | Villain Con Villains | Snowball | Flushed Pets | Ozone | Raiden the Moon King | Karasu and Washi | Giant Skeleton | Garden of Eyes | Bears | Mike | The Gorillas (Johnny's Father) | Zhong | Dru Gru | Balthazar Bratt | Clive | Mayor Muldoon | Heather Muldoon | Gunther | The Grinch | Grimmel the Grisly | Deathgrippers | Warlords | Lou | Lydia, Kitty, and Tuesday | Sergei | Little Sergei | Circus Wolves | Dr. Zara | Burnish | Goon Leader | Queen Barb | Rock Trolls | The K-Pop Gang | Reggaeton Trolls | Spiny Mandrilla | Punch Monkeys | Hendricks | Dr. Erwin Armstrong | Jimmy Crystal | Professor Marmalade | Cuddles

Live-Action Films
Count Dracula (1931) | Dr. Henry Frankenstein | Frankenstein's Monster | Imhotep (1932) | The Invisible Man (1933) | Wolfman (1941) | Uncle Charlie | The Thing (1951) | Max Cady (1962) | Bob Ewell | Mayella Ewell | The Birds | Great White Sharks | The Car | Dean Vernon Wormer | Werewolf | Michael Myers | Thulsa Doom (1982) | Rexor | Thorgrim | Set | The Thing (1982) | Silver Shamrock (Conal Cochran & Silver Shamrock Androids) | Skeksis (SkekSo, SkekZok, SkekUng, SkekSil, SkekTek, SkekAyuk, SkekNa, SkekShod, SkekOk, & SkekEkt) | Darkened Creatures | Biff Wilcox | Tony Montana | Alejandro Sosa | Frank Lopez | Richard Vernon | Hector | Alberto | The Skull | Nacho Contreras | Queen Taramis | Bombaata | Thoth Amon | Dagoth | Baron Vladimir Harkonnen | Biff Tannen | BiffCo (Match, Skinhead, & 3-D) | The Libyans | Lord of Darkness | Blix | Blunder | Meg Mucklebones | Horace Pinker | Griff Tannen | Data, Spike, and Whitey | Buford Tannen | Dark Overlords of the Universe | Jacques LaFleur | Blue Aliens | Chucky | Christopher Sullivan | Damballa | Graboids | Louis Strack Jr. | Robert G. Durant | Cullen Crisp | Eleanor Crisp | Brett C. Shelton | Sergeant Botnick | The Robesons | Max Cady (1991) | Dr. Herman Varnick | Harvey and Vernon | Dennis Nedry | Donald Gennaro | Lewis Dodgson | Emil Fouchon | Pik Van Cleaf | Amon Goeth | Adolf Hitler | Cliff Vandercave | Miss Sharon Stone | Shiwan Khan | Farley Claymore | Waldo Aloysius Johnston III | Aaron McComb | Eric Gordon | Carrigan Crittenden | Paul "Dibs" Plutzker | The Deacon | Mark Renton | Francis Begbie | Sick Boy | Shooter McGavin | Hal | The Master | Jonas Miller | King Einon | Buddy Love | Peter Ludlow | Dieter Stark | Chip Hazard | Commando Elite (Butch Meathook, Nick Nitro, Brick Bazooka, Link Static, Kip Killigan, & Gwendy Dolls) | Gil Mars | Tiffany Valentine | Warren Kincaid | Officer "Needlenose" Norton | Snoop | Imhotep (1999) | Beni Gabor | Anck-Su-Namun | Chip Rockefeller | Commodus | Boris Badenov (2000) | Natasha Fatale (2000) | Fearless Leader (2000) | Giant Hamster | The Grinch | Augustus Maywho | Hannibal Lecter | Rinaldo Pazzi | Paul Krendler | Fiona | Wyatt Frame | Johnny Tran | Lance Nguyen | Kenny Linder | Mathayus the Scorpion King | Cult of Imhotep (Baltus Hafez, Meela Nais, Lock-Nah, & Shafek) | Army of Anubis | Pygmies | "Red" Willits | Jacob Spivey | Jacques Clemons | Anubis | Marty Wolf | Memnon | Takmet | Thorak | Alexander Conklin | Ward Abbott | Professor | Castel | Manheim | Nykwana Wombosi | Carter Verone | David Banner | Glenn Talbot | Thunderbolt Ross (2003) | Smokey, Sammy, and Lily | Pascal Sauvage | Dieter Klein | Klaus Vendetta | Larry Quinn | Captain James Hook | Mr. Smee (2003) | Count Dracula | Vampires (Aleera, Marishka, & Verona) | Igor | Dwergi | Velkan Valerious | Mr. Hyde (2004) | Grey Werewolf | Zhylaw | Kirill | Yuri Gretkov | Jarda | David Fastidious | Pete | Zombies | Hilary Briss | Geoff Tipps | Herr Lipp | Dr. Erasmus Pea | Edward and Tubbs Tattsyrup | Papa Lazarou | Bernice Woodall | Pauline Campbell-Jones | Sir Nicholas, Lemuel, and Father Halfhearte | Selma Quickly | Sarge | The Infected | Carl Denham | DK Takashi | Uncle Kamata | Clay | Frank Butterman | Neighbourhood Watch Alliance (Simon Skinner & Reverend Philip Shooter) | Chuck Long | Noah Vosen | Albert Hirsch | Paz | Desh Bouksani | Ezra Kramer | Abomination | Strategic Operations Command Center (Thunderbolt Ross (2008)) | Samuel Sterns | Tough Guy Leader | Prince Nuada | Mr. Wink | Golden Army | Forest God | Tooth Fairies | Wesley Gibson | Sloan | Fox | Emperor Han | General Yang | Colonel Choi | Roger Wilson | Terracotta Warriors | Sargon | Phears | Arturo Braga | Fenix Calderon | Gisele Yashar | Enik | Sleestak (2009) | Grumpy (2009) | The Zarn (2009) | Big Alice | Library of Skulls | Hans Landa | Fredrick Zoller | Joseph Goebbels | Dieter Hellstrom | Adolf Hitler | Werner Rachtman | Lawrence Talbot/Wolfman | Sir John Talbot | Frank D'Amico | Chris D'Amico | Big Joe | Vic Gigante | Rasul | Leroy | Stu | Maya | Tony Romita | Sir Godfrey | Uncle Phil | Gideon Gordon Graves | League of Evil Exes ( Matthew Patel, Lucas Lee, Todd Ingram, Roxanne Richter, & Kyle and Ken Katayanagi) | Envy Adams | Nega Scott | Lynette Guycott | Leezar | Boremont | Julie | White People | The Big Guy | Agent Haggard | Carlos | Easter Chicks | Hernan Reyes | Zizi | Simon Ambrose | Killer Janitor | Sylvester Smirch | Queen Ravenna | Finn | Donny | Robert | Eric Byer | Mama | Grace Ferrin | Polite Leader | Owen Shaw | Vegh | Riley Hicks | Klaus | Adolfson | Toxic-Mega Cunts (Mother Russia, Black Death, Genghis Carnage, Javier, The Tumor, & Goggles) | Brooke | Ralph D'Amico | Blaire Lily | Billie227 | The Network | Blanks (Oliver Chamberlin, Peter Page & Guy Shepherd) | Barb Pierce | Santana | Clinch Leatherwood | Tom Bowen | Zack White | Jack Hammond | Mr. Jang | Mehmed II | Master Vampire | Cootie Kids (Shelley Linker, Patriot, Dink, Angela, Tricycle Girl, & Racer Dopkins) | Big Daddy | Old Elegant Woman | The Bikers | Lorraine | The Wealthy Family | Deckard Shaw | Mose Jakande | Louis Kiet | Kara | Indominus rex | Vic Hoskins | Henry Wu | Lady Lucille Sharpe | Krampus | Krampus' Elves | Krampus' Toys | Krampus' Gingerbread Men | Freya | Gul'dan (2016) | The Horde (Blackhand the Destroyer & Orgrim Doomhammer) | Edwidge Owens | Caleb Warrens | Earl Danzinger | Harmon James | Eric Busmalis | Chief Couper | Kimmy | New Founding Fathers of America | Robert Dewey | The Asset | Craig Jeffers | Christian Dassault | Kevin Wendell Crumb | John Cooke | Tom Watson | Jonah Aldrich | Madden | Tao Tei (Tao Tei Queen) | Order of the Coagula | Armitage Family (Rose Armitage, Roman Armitage, Marianne Armitage, Dean Armitage, Missy Armitage, & Jeremy Armitage) | Jim Hudson | Logan King | Cipher | Connor Rhodes | Ahmanet | Mr. Hyde (2017) | Set | Dr. Foley | Mathias Lund-Helgesen | Bayfield Babyface Killer | Lori Spengler | John Tombs | Lipstick-Face Demon | KeyFace | Gerald Rainier | Rallah | Calux | Precursors | Kaiju (Obsidian Fury & Raijin, Hakuja, and Shrikethorn) | Newton Geiszler | Eli Mills | Ken Wheatley | Gunnar Eversol | Isaac Izzard | Selena Izzard | Kores Botha | Arlo Sabian | Dr. May Updale | Skeletor | Dr. Ranbir Sartain | Jason Volta | Thaddeus Valentine | Shrike | Mr. Glass | Dr. Ellie Staple | Dr. Gregory Butler | Stephanie Butler | Red/Adelaide Thomas | Tethered (Adelaide, Tethered Tylers, & Tethered Wilsons) | Eteon (Brixton Lore & Eteon Director) | Ma | Ben Hawkins | Shane | Demon Overlord | Lord Thomas Badgley | Dr. Blair Mudfly | Barry | The Invisible Man (2020) | Blissfield Butcher | Athena Stone | Otto | Jakob Toretto | Lieutenant Sue | William Burke | Candyman | Candyman Hive | Sherman Fields | Sandie | Jack | Nick Fowler

Animated Television
Buzz Buzzard | Red Claw | Screech and Thud | Cleve Kelso | SH1FT3R (Shashi Dhar & Layla Gray) | Rafaela Moreno | Mitsuo Mori | Moray | General Dudley | DANN | Mantah Corp (Daniel Kon & Kash D. Langford) | Eddie | Mitch & Tiff | Hawkes | Reed

See Also
9 Villains | Aardman Villains | Alfred Hitchcock Villains | Amblin Entertainment Villains | Back to the Future Villains | Barbie Villains | Blumhouse Productions Villains | Casper the Friendly Ghost Villains | Child's Play Villains | Cooties Villains | Cornetto Trilogy Villains | Despicable Me Villains | Doom Villains | Doctor Who Villains | Dracula Villains | DreamWorks Villains | Dr. Seuss Villains | Eastrail 177 Trilogy Villains | Fast and the Furious Villains | Frankenstein Villains | Get Out Villains | Halloween Villains | Halloween Horror Nights Villains | Hannibal Villains | Hellboy Villains | House MD Villains | How to Train Your Dragon Villains | Howard the Duck Villains | Hulk Villains | Illumination Villains | Jason Bourne Villains | Johnny English Villains | Jurassic Park Villains | Kick-Ass Villains | King Kong Villains | Kung Fu Panda Villains | Laika Villains | Law & Order Villains | League of Gentlemen Villains | Legendary Entertainment Villains | Madagascar Villains | Mario Villains | Marvel Cinematic Universe Villains | Pacific Rim Villains | PBS Kids Villains | Rankin/Bass Villains | Scarface Villains | Scott Pilgrim Villains | She-Ra 2018 Villains | Shrek Villains | Sing Villains | Small Soldiers Villains | Snow White Villains | Syfy Villains | Tales of Arcadia Villains | Tarantinoverse Villains | The Boss Baby Villains | The Dark Crystal Villains | The Invisible Man Villains | The Mummy Villains | The Nut Job Villains | The Purge Villains | The Secret Life of Pets Villains | Trainspotting Villains | Turbo Villains | Us Villains | VeggieTales Villains | Wallace and Gromit Villains | Warcraft Villains | Woody Woodpecker Villains

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Child's Play (1988)
Chucky | Eddie Caputo | Peddler | Dr. Ardmore | Damballa

Child's Play 2
Chucky | Christopher Sullivan | Miss Kettlewell | Phil Simpson | Joanne Simpson | Damballa

Child's Play 3
Chucky | Brett C. Shelton | Sergeant Botnick | Christopher Sullivan | Damballa

Bride of Chucky
Chucky | Tiffany Valentine | Warren Kincaid | Officer "Needlenose" Norton | Diane and Russ | David | Damballa

Seed of Chucky
Chucky | Tiffany Valentine | Glenda Ray | Pete Peters | Damballa

Curse of Chucky
Chucky | Tiffany Valentine | Barb Pierce | Ian Pierce | Damballa

Cult of Chucky
Chucky | Tiffany Valentine | Dr. Foley | Madeleine | Damballa

Child's Play (2019)
Chucky | Shane | Evil Dolls

Chucky (TV series)
Chucky | Tiffany Valentine | Damballa | Lucas Wheeler | Junior Wheeler | Logan Wheeler | Hackensack Slasher

Dominic Greene
Chase Young
Benjamin Willis
Randall Flagg
Alex DeLarge
Count Dracula (book)
Jerome Valeska
Lord Shen
Bill Cipher
Tate Langdon
Oogie Boogie
Dr. Venom
Krampus (Krampus)
Isaac Westcott
Poison Ivy (DC)
Jafar (Disney)
Dr. Eggman
King Ghidorah (Showa)
Chucky (OG)
Robbie Rotten
Jack Torrance
Dio Brando
Herrscher of the Void
Ramsay Bolton
Santánico Pandemónium
Judge Doom
Scorpion (MK)
Gendo Ikari
Victor Krane
Napoleon (AF)
Tony Montana
Candyman (CM)
Skeletor (MotU)
Immortan Joe
Walter White
Tom Cat
Count Orlok
King Dedede
Emperor Palpatine (SW)
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