Jem Characters

Crew

Movie

Some of the people working behind the camera, shooting movies like "Starbright", "The Misfits Hit It Big", "Future Rock", and other movies.

Patricia

The second assistant director of the movie Starbright.

Episodes:
Starbright Part One: "Falling Star"
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Miguel

The assistant director, who works closely with Eric, and is bossed around by him. He seems very dedicated to his work and doesn't like to be interrupted by reporters, especially not if they're behind schedule.

He appears in the Misfits music video "Universal Appeal", and even in a music video "Love Is Doin' It", as a picture on a gigantic slot machine behind Aja. And according to the notes of the storyboard, he is one of the men in Aja's life.

Episodes:
Starbright Part One: "Falling Star"
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Debra

The script woman of the movie Starbright. Also works on another production at World Studios at the same time, a science fiction movie, that includes a giant alien monster and a robot.

She can actually be seen in the Jem and the Holograms music video for the song "Show Me The Way".

Episodes:
Starbright Part One: "Falling Star"
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Carrie

The continuity woman of the movie Starbright.

Episodes:
Starbright Part One: "Falling Star"
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Corwin

The cinematographer who works on the Starbright movie. He refuses to film without safety precautions, and gets fired and replaced by Eric for it.

He can actually be seen in the Misfits music video for the song "Congratulations" aswell as in the music video "People Who Care".

Episodes:
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Works as an electrician and a loader on the Starbright movie, and opposes when Corwin is fired by Eric.

Episodes:
Starbright Part One: "Falling Star"
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"

Worked on the Starbright movie in the camera crew.

Episodes:
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

An editorial assistant at the World Studios, who doesn't like the Misfits. Clash calls him a nerd.

Episodes:
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"

Pam

She is a stuntwoman who does Kimber's stunts in her scene with Nick. She never does get to do her job though because of the accident.

Episodes:
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"

Harry

The technician on the Starbright movie who handles the pyrotechnics and explosives in Kimber's and Nick's scene, and gets blamed for causing them to go off too early by Eric.

Episodes:
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Mark

Worked on the Starbright movie. He also appeared in the music video "Puttin' It All Togheter" in close-up profile next to Jeff, Howard and Rio, aswell as in the music video "People Who Care".

Episodes:
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Works on the Starbright movie as a grip. He makes the comment when Eric fires Anthony, that the production is in big trouble.

Episodes:
Starbright Part One: "Falling Star"
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"

Elzer

Handles the equipment on the Starbright movie.

Is seen in the music video "People Who Care".

He is perhaps named after Christy Marx' father. But in the later episode KJEM, also written by Christy, there is another character named Elzer whose last name is even "Marcus" which sounds like "Marx".

Episodes:
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

A set designer who works on the Misfits movie "The Misfits Hit It Big", who is told by Pizzazz that the set he created stinks.

Episodes:
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Works on the set of a science fiction movie, with a giant alien monster and a robot, which Jem and the Holograms interrupt. He seems like a very angry person, and he keeps running after them to the next set.

He can only be seen in the Jem and the Holograms music video for the song "Show Me The Way" and and probably in the music video "Love Is Doin' It To Me", as a picture on a gigantic slot machine behind Aja. And according to the notes of the storyboard for "Love is Doin' It To Me", he is one of the men in Aja's life.

Episodes:
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"

Works on the set of a science fiction movie, with a giant alien monster and a robot, which Jem and the Holograms interrupt. Apparently he works with lighting.

He can only be seen in the Jem and the Holograms music video for the song "Show Me The Way".

Episodes:
Starbright Part 2: "Colliding Stars"

H. Moore

This is the director on Jem's first real Hollywood movie. He tells Jem what to do in her scenes. But he's not as daring as Jeff, he even tries to stop Jeff from doing a dangerous stunt.

Episodes:
Hollywood Jem Part One: For Your Consideration...

Also works on Jem's first real Hollywood movie, seen in a stunt scene.

Episodes:
Hollywood Jem Part One: For Your Consideration...

François Truchet

A famous French director who sends a telegram to Jem and invites her and the Holograms to a party in his mansion in Beverly Hills. He's a big time director who has alot of contacts in the movie industri. He's not a fan of popular movies, and prefers his own movies which respresent a vision, his "singular vision of the world". But he hasn't been doing so good lately with his films, and his intention for inviting Jem was to make her quit her movie and star in his own film, to get some extra publicity for his film. He tries to convince Jem that she can only win the oscar she is nominated for if she proves to the academy members that she is a serious artist, which means she has to star in his movie. But to Jem it's important to stick to her commitments, and he doesn't take rejection well.

Episodes:
Hollywood Jem Part One: For Your Consideration...
Hollywood Jem Part Two: And The Winner Is...

Union reps

After all the trouble at the movie set of Starbright, after Eric fired people, and after Video films Jem's accident where there was no stuntmen or safety net, aswell as Kimber's accident, these reps appear to stop any further filming with the Misfits at the World Studios.

From the producers guild, who tells Eric he's charged with misconduct.

Episodes:
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

From the stuntmen's union, who tells Eric he's charged for hazardous conditions on a set and failure to use qualified stuntpersonal.

Episodes:
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

From the director's guild, who tells Eric he's been directing a film without Guild approval.

Episodes:
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

From the photographers local.

Episodes:
Starbright Part Three: "Rising Star"

Music Video

One of the camera men who works with Anthony, filming Jem and the Holograms' music video "Twilight In Paris" in Paris. He doesn't seem to spot the falling Gargoyle that is heading for Jem and the Holograms.

Episodes:
Kimber's Rebellion

Someone in the crew who works with Anthony on Jem and the Holograms' music video "Twilight In Paris" in Paris. He doesn't seem to spot the falling Gargoyle that is heading for Jem and the Holograms either.

Episodes:
Kimber's Rebellion

One of the camera men who is filming Jem and the Holograms' music video "People Who Care" for Xanthos' contest for best music video about friendship and good will. His work is held up for almost three weeks when Danse has an accident on the set, so he accepted an offer to film the Misfits music video for the contest instead.

Episodes:
Danse Time

Red

One of the crew men behind the filming of Jem and the Holograms' music video "People Who Care" for Xanthos' contest for best music video about friendship and good will. The equipment he's handling, a machine that make snowflakes breaks down during the filming and goes out of control and causes an accident for Danse where she hurts her leg badly. His work is held up for almost three weeks during Danse's recovery, so he accepted an offer to film the Misfits music video for the contest instead, running the giant gumball machine. When there's an accient at that set also, Eric blames Red, and in return Red purposely releases giant gumballs on the Misfits and Eric.

He has an accent that sounds scottish.

Episodes:
Danse Time

One of the camera men who is filming the Misfits' music video for Xanthos' contest for best music video about friendship and good will, apparently for the song "I Like Your Style".

Episodes:
Danse Time

A man with a foreign accent, who works with Video filming the music video for Jem and the Holograms' song "When It's Only Me And The Music". He seems to think highly of Jem and the Holograms.

Episodes:
Father's Day

A technician in the camera crew that is shooting the Jem and the Holograms music video for "I Believe in Happy Endings" with Fitzgerald Beck as the director.

Character that was cut before episode was animated.

Episodes:
Culture Clash

Shows

People who work at live performances, like concerts, theaters, and even magic shows.

She worked at the biggest concert Jem and the Holograms ever put on, taking care of things like stage costumes. But what she didn't know was that this concert was only arranged to expose Clash for posing as Jem. So she had to deal with Clash and the Misfits aswell. She seems to like Jem, and says she dances like an angel. But when the fake Jem starts acting up, she has an attitude even to "Jem". She is then "fired" by Eric Raymond.

Episodes:
One Jem Too Many

A crew member who worked at the biggest concert Jem and the Holograms ever put on. Who also has to put up with the fake Jem played by Clash, until he is "fired" by Eric Raymond.

Episodes:
One Jem Too Many

Another crew member who worked at the biggest concert Jem and the Holograms ever put on. Who also has to put up with the fake Jem played by Clash, until she is "fired" by Eric Raymond.

Episodes:
One Jem Too Many

A crew member who works with Red Johnny Mac on the set of the "Beauty and The Beast" played in London. He and his men are working on a tight schedule to finish the set for the opening night, but Jem doesn't really understand this since she is also all stressed out.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

Zero Jones

The set designer from Malibu, California, who works on Red Johnny Mac's theater show "Beauty and The Beast" in London.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

Yoji Yokomura

A techno artist of the highest quality. He designed the Beast costume for Red Johnny Mac's theater show "Beauty and The Beast" in London. He combines computer generated special effects to his designs.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

One of the men who helps Rapture set up her magic trick, the Chinese water torture cell, for the duel against Astral at Mrs. Farnsworths charity ball, after Rapture has Mrs. Farnsworth convinced that Rapture's body is taken over by the legendary magician Houdini's spirit.

A model cel from an earlier episode resembles this character very much, but in slightly different colors.

Episodes:
That Old Houdini Magic

One of the two men who helps Rapture set up her magic trick, the Chinese water torture cell, for the duel against Astral at Mrs. Farnsworths charity ball, after Rapture has Mrs. Farnsworth convinced that Rapture's body is taken over by the legendary magician Houdini's spirit.

Episodes:
That Old Houdini Magic

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