Jem Characters

Background People

A man in the control tower of a gigantic oil tanker ship which is heading straight towards Danielle's yacht, while Jem and the Holograms, Rio, Lindsey Pierce and Anthony Julian was there for a party, after Pizzazz tampered with the controls.

Episodes:
Disaster

A woman in Las Vegas who is taking the bus to New York with her husband, when she hears a horrible noice. She tells the buss driver she thinks he has a flat tire. Luckily for Aja who is then let out of the baggage trunk in which she was locked in by the Misfits.

Episodes:
Frame Up

A man in Las Vegas who is taking the bus to New York with his wife, when she hears a horrible noice. He tells her it sounds like a flat tire.

Episodes:
Frame Up

A man who is standing with his friend on a street in Las Vegas, when Aja comes running their way. He asks her why she's in such a hurry, and tries to point her in the right direction to the Gold Dust casino, but ends up arguing with his friend instead, who thinks it's the opposite direction.

Episodes:
Frame Up

A man who is sitting on a fire extinguisher on a street next to his friend in Las Vegas, when Aja comes running their way. He tries to point her in the right direction to the Gold Dust casino, but ends up arguing with his friend instead, who thinks it's the opposite direction.

Episodes:
Frame Up

C.B. Dodd

An investor in oil who is looking to invest in a record company. Miss Sally Brown introduces him to Jerrica during their performance for the World Hunger shindig in Houston, Texas.

Episodes:
The World Hunger Shindig

Curly

One of the hay ride guys in Houston Texas. He's the one who tells Kimber that Sean went off with the Misfits. Rides with Jem and the Holograms in their hay ride during the World Hunger shindig. The ride is interrupted by the Misfits almost crashing into it with their car.

Episodes:
The World Hunger Shindig

A girl in the audience at the World Hunger shindig in the Astrodome in Houston, Texas, where Jem and the Holograms and the Misfits participated. She's very happy about getting tickets, and Zipper, who is in the ticket booth, is happy about taking the money.

Episodes:
The World Hunger Shindig

One of the guests at the Green Fern ski resort in the mountains of Colorado, who is unfortunate enough to visit while a greedy banker is sabotaging the resort. This guest is in an "accident" during skiing and demands his money back and a new pair of skipoles and decides to switch to another resort, until Jem and the Holograms promise to entertain the guests at the end of the week if they stay.

Episodes:
Last Resorts

One of the guests at the Green Fern ski resort in the mountains of Colorado, who is unfortunate enough to visit while a greedy banker is sabotaging the resort. This guest is in an "accident" during skiing and demands his money back and a new pair of skis and decides to switch to another resort, until Jem and the Holograms promise to entertain the guests at the end of the week if they stay.

Episodes:
Last Resorts

A man in Central Park, New York, who sees a hologram of Jem that Jerrica makes Synergy project to distract Rio. He screams out to everyone around to find out who she is, and even runs after her, because Eric Raymond went on TV and offered 100,000 dollars to anyone who can tell him Jem's real name.

Episodes:
Broadway Magic

A skateboarding boy in New York, who Jem runs into during her rush to get to the Broadway Magic show in time, after being locked in at the Statue of Liberty by Pizzazz. He recognizes Jem, and lets her borrow his skateboard to get there faster, and she promises to get him tickets for her new show.

Episodes:
Broadway Magic

A hanggliding man in New York, who Jem runs into on the roof of a tall building during her rush to get to the Broadway Magic show in time, after being locked in at the Statue of Liberty by Pizzazz. Jem grabs his hangglider while he worringly asks if she knows how to fly it, and she replies "no".

Episodes:
Broadway Magic

One of the unpleasant people that Jerrica and the Holograms meet at a creepy night club in a real bad part of town during their search for the album that Eric had Zipper steal, which the Misfits anonymously made a treasure hunt of while recording the music with their own singing. He tells Jerrica to not come near him.

Episodes:
In Search Of The Stolen Album

One of the unpleasant people that Jerrica and the Holograms meet at a creepy night club in a real bad part of town during their search for the album that Eric had Zipper steal, which the Misfits anonymously made a treasure hunt of while recording the music with their own singing. She tells Aja to take a hike.

Episodes:
In Search Of The Stolen Album

One of the unpleasant people that Jerrica and the Holograms meet at a creepy night club in a real bad part of town during their search for the album that Eric had Zipper steal, which the Misfits anonymously made a treasure hunt of while recording the music with their own singing. Kimber asks her if she is "Chubette", as referred to in one of the anonymous letters by the Misfits, and she's threatens to kick Kimber in her face.

Episodes:
In Search Of The Stolen Album

One of four women who welcome Jem and the Holograms to Honolulu, Hawaii, when they arrive at the airport to participate in the annual Battle of the Music Stars.

Episodes:
Hot Time In Hawaii

One of four women who welcome Jem and the Holograms to Honolulu, Hawaii, when they arrive at the airport to participate in the annual Battle of the Music Stars.

Episodes:
Hot Time In Hawaii

A tavernman who works at a tavern in Morvania, Europe, not too far away from the royal palace. He gets an unexpected visit from Kimber while arranging some flowers for his tables. He barely speaks a word of English, but helpfully lets Kimber borrow his phone.

Episodes:
The Princess And The Singer

An around 65 years old tenant who lives with his wife on the same street as the building Eric Raymond is aiming to tear down, in which Bobby Bailey and the Tornadoes had their old recording studio. He doesn't enjoy when the Misfits come around to disrupt the peace with their music, as Jem and the Holograms are helping restore the building. The waves from the Misfits' music almost causes one of his vases to fall over. He decides to support the cause of saving the old building, perhaps because his own building was about to be torn down aswell, and confronts Eric as he arrives with the bulldozers.

When he first appears in a music video by the Misfits, he has blonde hair, and when he later appears down on the same street and has a speaking line, he has black hair.

He has some kind of accent.

Episodes:
Old Meets New

A father who passes by Bob's electric shop with his son, where they see Jem on TV in the store window, reporting from the building Eric Raymond is aiming to tear down in which Bobby Bailey and the Tornadoes had their old recording studio. After his son asks him if they can do anything to save the building, he brings him there to help Jem and the Holograms stop the bulldozers.

Episodes:
Old Meets New

Lanky

A 16 year old boy who passes by Bob's electric shop with his father, where they see Jem on TV in the store window, reporting from the building Eric Raymond is aiming to tear down in which Bobby Bailey and the Tornadoes had their old recording studio. After he seeing the clip he surprisingly says he didn't think people his father's age knew anything about rock 'n roll, and asks his dad if they can do anything to save the building. And his father actually brings him there to help Jem and the Holograms stop the bulldozers.

One of his lines appears to be cut, and you can still see his lips moving.

His clothes change color as he appears the second time, on the street with his dad and Jem and the Holograms.

Episodes:
Old Meets New

A woman taking part at a presentation of Fitzgerald Beck's latest art in New York, and explains to Kimber what it's about.

Episodes:
Culture Clash

An old lady who walks by on the street just as Eric is trying to cheat in the Diskovery Records' Glitter and Gold contest, by handing out money to people who promised to buy a Misfits record. But she doesn't think the Misfits look so nice, so she buys a Jem and the Holograms record instead, to Eric's disappointment.

The character design looks very much like one of the citizens that appear in order to stop Eric from tearing down the building in the episode "Old Meets New", except for the colors of her hair and outfit.

Episodes:
Glitter And Gold

A gossiper who passes on the news to Harriet Horn, at the Roller Rock Out club, that Kimber is being Cool Trashed, which apparently is a known term for being featured in the Cool Trash magazine.

Episodes:
Scandal

A guest at the Red Rock restaurant located at the Fashion Mall, who is called fat and asked to leave his table to make room, by the fake Jem (dressed out Clash). Rio apologizes, but the fake Jem throws his bowl of soup over his head, which is captured on camera by a photographer.

Episodes:
One Jem Too Many

A boy who lives in Mulberry, the hometown of Video and Clash. He is filmed by Video for her father's day music video, which Jem and the Holograms offered to do the music for. He asks Video to take a picture of him with Clash and the Misfits.

Episodes:
Father's Day

A man who lives in Mulberry, the hometown of Video and Clash. He seems to appreciate that they get a visit by their "real live celebrity", Video.

Episodes:
Father's Day

A girl who lives in Mulberry, the hometown of Video and Clash. When the Misfits come to town, she asks for their autograph, and gets "Pizzazz!" written on her arm. She believes Clash and tells Video she didn't have to lie about knowing Jem and the Holograms, and that they like her anyway, to which Video angrily replies that she does know Jem and the Holograms.

Episodes:
Father's Day

A 75 year old lady who gets an unexpected visit from some people who didn't forget her birthday, Danse, Cisco and the Haven House kids. She is so surprised and happy that she starts crying.

Episodes:
Danse Time

A woman who gets her lottery ticket corrected and doesn't win anything, and she frowns as she walks by Roxy who is standing next in line.

Episodes:
Roxy Rumbles

A girl in a group-encounter session for girls with drug addiction, the group that the Starlight girl Laura joins.

Episodes:
Alone Again

A girl in a group-encounter session for girls with drug addiction, the group that the Starlight girl Laura joins. She is really annoyed when Laura refuses to admit she has a problem, and starts asking her alot of things until Laura starts realizing she has a problem.

Episodes:
Alone Again

A girl in a group-encounter session for girls with drug addiction, the group that the Starlight girl Laura joins. She supportively tells Laura, they've all been in the same situation.

Episodes:
Alone Again

Mama Lou

An old woman in New Orleands, where Jem and the Holograms are going to wear jewelries that haven't been seen since 1814, called "Lafitte's treasure" in the Mardi Gras parade. She notices that Shana resembles the legendary singer Lily LaRose, and warns Shana to watch out for zombies on Phat Tuesday. She seems to be famous around town, for being something of a fortune teller.

Episodes:
Mardi Gras

Mademoiselle Yvette

An old woman who invites Jem and the Holograms to participate in the annual Mardi Gras parade i New Orleans, in which they will get to wear jewelries that haven't been seen since 1814, called "Lafitte's treasure". The reason, is that Shana resembles a legendary singer of Bourbon street, Lily LaRose. When they're staying in her house, Maison Fleur, where Lily used to live and where the ball will be held, Yvette shows them a painting of Lily.

Yvette believes that the ghost of Lafitte will protect the jewels.

Episodes:
Mardi Gras

Lily LaRose

A legendary chanteuse at the Bourbon street in New Orleans, and the great great grandmother of Yvette. She was also the love interest of the legendary pirate Jean Lafitte, and let him and general Andrew Jackson meet at her home, Maison Fluer, to plan the battle of New Orleans. He left a casket of jewels with Lily to keep for him until he returned, but he never did. Shana is mistaken for being the returned Lily, by Mama Lou.

Episodes:
Mardi Gras

Jean Lafitte

A legendary pirate in New Orleans who helped general Andrew Jackson to plan the battle of New Orleans, which took place on January 8, 1815. He was in love with the legendary chanteuse Lily LaRose and left a casket of jewels with Lily to keep for him at her home Maison Fleur until he returned, but he never did. Mademoiselle Yvette who now lives in Maison Fleur, believes he walks the house guarding his treasure and the spirit of his beloved Lily.

The character Jean Lafitte was beased on a real life person, a French pirate who lived 1776-1823. The real Jean Lafitte didn't have a romance with any Lily LaRose, but was married three times.

Episodes:
Mardi Gras

Lo Wen

An old wise lady who is in charge of the Hunza village in the mountains of Pakistan. She knows the way to the mythological city of Shangri-La, but will only show the way for very few, and Pizzazz is not one of them, she is "unworthy". Jem asks for her help when Pizzazz and Roxy are cut by poisonous briers, and the only thing that can save them is the magical music of Shangri-La. But she won't show Jem the way either, because Jem is "false", until Jem changes into Jerrica.

Episodes:
Journey To Shangri-La

Li San

The granddaughter of the old lady who is in charge of the Hunza village in the mountains of Pakistan. She seems happy to have visitors, even if it's the Misfits, and agrees to help them find the way to Shangri-La, even though she does not know the way. She slips under some poisonous thorns, but Pizzazz and Roxy rescue her, but manage to cut themselves instead.

Episodes:
Journey To Shangri-La

A villager of Carfax County, England, who is taking part in the renaissance fare held outside the Carfax castle. He, just like most other people in the village, is employed by the tyrant Reginald, who robs them on their income. Fortunately someone is fighting for their cause, Robin Goodfellow.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

A villager of Carfax County, England, who is taking part in the renaissance fare held outside the Carfax castle. He, just like most other people in the village, is employed by the tyrant Reginald, who robs them on their income. Fortunately someone is fighting for their cause, Robin Goodfellow.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

A villager of Carfax County, England, who is taking part in the renaissance fare held outside the Carfax castle. He, just like most other people in the village, is employed by the tyrant Reginald, who robs them on their income. Fortunately someone is fighting for their cause, Robin Goodfellow.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

A villager of Carfax County, England, who is taking part in the renaissance fare held outside the Carfax castle. He, just like most other people in the village, is employed by the tyrant Reginald, who robs them on their income. Fortunately someone is fighting for their cause, Robin Goodfellow.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

A villager of Carfax County, England, who is taking part in the renaissance fare held outside the Carfax castle. He, just like most other people in the village, is employed by the tyrant Reginald, who robs them on their income. Fortunately someone is fighting for their cause, Robin Goodfellow.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

A villager of Carfax County, England, who is taking part in the renaissance fare held outside the Carfax castle. He, just like most other people in the village, is employed by the tyrant Reginald, who robs them on their income. Fortunately someone is fighting for their cause, Robin Goodfellow.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

A man who works at an inn in the village of Bled in Julian Alps in former Yugoslavia, now Slovenia. Jem and the Holograms, Rio, Video, and Danse stay a night there on their way to looking for some of Danse's relatives, after coming to the Zagreb ballet where Danse's mother used to dance. He's afraid to tell them anything about the Dvoraks when Victor is around giving him an angry look.

This character design very much resembles one of another tavernman, in the episode "The Princess And The Singer", except for the haircolor and clothes color.

Episodes:
Homeland, Heartland

Probably the son of the owner of the inn in the village of Bled in Julian Alps in former Yugoslavia, now Slovenia. Jem and the Holograms, Rio, Video, and Danse stay a night at the inn on their way to looking for some of Danse's relatives, after coming to the Zagreb ballet where Danse's mother used to dance. Unlike his father, he's not afraid to direct Danse and the others to Danses living relatives the Dvoraks, he tells them that they are farm people and live outside the Bled, and even agrees to take them there.

Episodes:
Homeland, Heartland

Constanze Weber

A woman from Vienna 1781. Her boyfriend is the famous composer Mozart. In March of the same year, she is sent to the future by the help of Techrat's timemachine, which required a trade, and Jem and the Holograms took her place. When she hears she is in the future, she faints, and when she wakes up she tells Eric that her Wolfie will challenge him to a duel, and Eric promises to send her home. Mozart assumes Jem and the Holograms are friends of Constanze when they show up in her home.

Based on a real life person.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

A soldier who is, along with his friend, brought from 1944's London to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends Jem and the Holograms in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

A soldier who is, along with his friend, brought from 1944's London to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends Jem and the Holograms in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

One of a bunch of hippies from the Woodstock festival held the 15-18th of august 1969 near the city Bethel in New York. They're brought to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends Jem and the Holograms in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

One of a bunch of hippies from the Woodstock festival held the 15-18th of august 1969 near the city Bethel in New York. They're brought to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends The Misfits in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

One of a bunch of hippies from the Woodstock festival held the 15-18th of august 1969 near the city Bethel in New York. They're brought to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends Jem and the Holograms in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

One of a bunch of hippies from the Woodstock festival held the 15-18th of august 1969 near the city Bethel in New York. They're brought to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends Jem and the Holograms in their place. He gives Pizzazz a flower, and compliments her outfit. And he tells Eric to calm down, because he's making bad vibes.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

One of a bunch of hippies from the Woodstock festival held the 15-18th of august 1969 near the city Bethel in New York. They're brought to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends Jem and the Holograms in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

One of a bunch of hippies from the Woodstock festival held the 15-18th of august 1969 near the city Bethel in New York. They're brought to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends the Misfits in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

One of a bunch of hippies from the Woodstock festival held the 15-18th of august 1969 near the city Bethel in New York. They're brought to the future by Techrat's time machine which requires a trade, and sends the Misfits in their place.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

Fran

A woman in her late 40's who is one of the guests at the Rock Hard Cafe when Jem and the Holograms are being honored for their contribution to rock music. She is fooled by Rapture, that a worthless piece of quartz is a mystic crystal that has been passed down through her family for centuries, and has been bathed in the pure light of a full moon, and gives healing vibrations. She asks Rapture if it can help her loose weight, and then trades her gold and diamond bracelet for it.

Episodes:
The Stingers Hit Town Part 1

A woman in Athens, Greece, who is tricked by Rapture pretending to be the oracle of Athens who can tell the future. She asks Rapture to tell her future, and Rapture takes alot of her money and only tells her that she sees happiness in her future. But she seems quite satisfied with that.

Episodes:
Midsummer Night's Madness

One of the hay ride guys in Houston Texas. This one rides with Jem and the Holograms in their hay ride during the World Hunger shindig. The ride is interrupted by the Misfits almost crashing into it with their car.

Episodes:
The World Hunger Shindig

A woman who likes to go to parties. One of the guests at the Jem Jam presentation party, and at Fitzgerald Beck's party.

Available in differently colored model cels, and was to be used in any party scenes.

Episodes:
The Jem Jam Part 1
Culture Clash


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