Jem Characters

Thugs

An unruly boy who is trying to steal the Jemstar earrings from Linn in China, until he learns she knows karate.

Episodes:
Adventure In China

Mick

An 18 year old ticket scalper, well known by the police, who was trying to sell stolen tickets to a Misfits concert. After the homeless boy Danny manages to steal a ticket, Mick tricks Danny into believing he has to work for him, stealing things. He lives in an old school bus, full of stereo equipment, where he lets Danny stay. He does however let the Starlight Girls stay there aswell for one night, and offers them some food.

The old school bus he lives in says "Marx Girls School", as in Christy Marx.

Apparently he likes peanut butter, jelly and bread, and sodas, because that seems to be the only "food" he's got.

Episodes:
The Music Awards Part 1
The Music Awards Part 2

Ramon

Mick's 18 year old accomplice in scalping tickets, who also lives in the same school bus. He is also well known by the police.

Episodes:
The Music Awards Part 2

A man in New York pretending to be from the lottery service, trying to trick Jem into signing her real name on a false check, after Eric went on TV offering $100,000 to anyone who could tell him who Jem really is.

Episodes:
Broadway Magic

Gypsy Mama Pama Bama

A fake fortune telling gypsy in New York who wants to trick Jem into feeling sleepy and revealing her real identity by looking into her crystal ball, after Eric went on TV offering $100,000 to anyone who could tell him who Jem really is.

Episodes:
Broadway Magic

A construction worker in New York, who was working by the Statue of Liberty, along with his friend. When Jem asks for his help, he realizes he has a chance for the $100,000 Eric went on TV and offered to anyone who could reveal Jem's true identity. He offers Jem a boat ride back from Liberty Island, in exchange for her secret, but he pushes his friend out of the boat to get all the money for himself.

Episodes:
Broadway Magic

Scar

One of the thugs that Jerrica and the Holograms encounter in a club called The Storehouse, in a real bad part of town, while searching for their stolen album. He has a big scar all over his left cheek, which is probably where he got his nickname. He owes some money to a neighborhood gang, and planned to get it from Jerrica and the Holograms, aswell as their car.

He drives a motorcycle.

Seems to be into skulls, he has one on the back of his jacket and on his belt buckle.

Episodes:
In Search Of The Stolen Album

"Scar's Buddy"

Another one of the thugs Jerrica and the Holograms encounter in a club called The Storehouse. Friends with the thug pictured on the left. Apparently Kimber is not his type.

Trivia: He drives a motorcycle.

Episodes:
In Search Of The Stolen Album

"Tall Guy"

Apparently a tall guy, and the leader of a violent gang of six, and a friend of the previously mentioned "Scar" and is the person "Scar" owes money to.

Episodes:
In Search Of The Stolen Album

Dimitrios

The royal secretary to the princess Adriana of Morvania. He's a very strict old man who keeps princess Adriana busy with her duties as a princess, like signing papers. But he is secretly working with Adriana's royal cousin to stop Adriana from becoming the queen of Morvania. He hires three thugs to kidnap her and even tries to kill her, and Jem and the Holograms aswell.

Episodes:
The Princess And The Singer

Lexa

The royal cousin of princess Adriana, a woman in her 30's, she's plotting with Dimitrio's to get rid of Adriana and take the throne by killing her aswell as Jem and the Holograms. She actually hires the Misfits and Eric to help her do her dirty work.

Episodes:
The Princess And The Singer

One of Dimitrio's men who kidnaps Kimber believing she is princess Adriana.

Episodes:
The Princess And The Singer

One of Dimitrio's men who kidnaps Kimber believing she is princess Adriana. He actually uses a gun in one scene.

Episodes:
The Princess And The Singer

One of Dimitrio's men who kidnaps Kimber believing she is princess Adriana.

Character uses the same model design as a bouncer in the episode "Glitter and Gold".

Episodes:
The Princess And The Singer

Maria Castello

She runs a gallery and a night club in New York, but is also a thief who, along with Alex Falk, used Fitzgerald Beck's robot sculptures to smuggle the stolen Rockwell jewels. She doesn't like the fact that Fitzgerald is spending his time on his performance art and helping Jem and the Holograms make a music video.

She lives in an apartment in a building in New York.

Episodes:
Culture Clash

Alex Falk

One of the backers for Misfits Music, who lives in New York and let Eric take care of some of his sculputes by Fitz, when he was away to Europe. He's actually smuggling stolen jewels along with Maria Castello, and went to Europe to lay low.

Episodes:
Culture Clash

This muscular bartender works at Maria Costello's nightclub in New York. Other than working for Maria, and coming in to defend her against Jem and the Holograms when they enter her office without permission, we don't really know if he's a bad guy.

Episodes:
Culture Clash

Ramon Chavez

A Mexican thief who captures the archeologist Dr. Balthazar and pretends to be him, to steal the aztec artifacts. He gives Video and Jem and the Holograms a hard time about shooting their music video at the Aztec ruins.

He doesn't like Jem and the Holograms' music, he considers it noice.

Episodes:
Aztec Enchantment

One of the loan sharks that Joey London, of the Taps Tucker band, owes money to. He seems quite violent and dangerous as he and his friend are chasing Joey and Aja around the neigbourhood of Seattle.

Episodes:
The Jazz Player

Bobby Braddock

A student at the South Highschool, the same school that Ashley, Laura Holloway, and some of the other Starlight girls aswell. He is a very charismatic drug dealer, who manages to trick his drugs onto other students to get them addicted, like Laura, and was about to do the same against Ashley.

Episodes:
Alone Again

Ronald Kyte

A thug hired by the radiostation KBST's owner Adrian Lassiter, to run help KMEL (later KJEM) out of business. After Lassiter has offered the employees of KMEL a higher salary to work for KBST, this guy arrives to KMEL with a very low and anonymous purchase agreement to buy out the entire KMEL station itself. He even tricks the Misfits to help him take over KMEL's frequenzy with a pirate transmission of the Misfits music.

Episodes:
KJEM

McDuffy

A really rude pilot in his mid 60's, who owns a big airplane, a Douglas Dakota DC3 that says "McDuffy Airlines". He makes fun of Rio's smaller plane. For 50 dollars he helps the student, Switch, jump parachute into a party of club Cloud 9 uninvited. Then he helps Ronald Kyte by letting him use his plane as a studio where the Misfits unknowingly jam the KJEM radiosignal with their own music.

Episodes:
KJEM

Bernie

A pilot, and friend of McDuffy, and just as bad.

Episodes:
KJEM

"The Washington Marauder"

A mastermind thief who has managed to steal numerous national treasures, like hostorical items. He considers himself a collector and keeps his collection hidden in a secluded underground museum outside the city of Washington D.C.. For his next theft, of the final piece for his collection, he sent a video to the local news show WDC News Exclusive, with a clue. Jem and the Holograms end up in the middle of his plans.

Episodes:
The Presidential Dilemma

One of the Washington Marauder's two accomplices, who refers to him as their boss, and helps guard his museum.

Episodes:
The Presidential Dilemma

The second one of the Washington Marauder's two accomplices, who refers to him as their boss, and helps guard his museum.

Episodes:
The Presidential Dilemma

A thief who is banned from Rock Canyon, by it's sheriff. When he finds out Jem and the Holograms are doing their tour by train for charity, he decides to jump on the tour and take part of... the money. After druging a couple of guards, he becomes the replacement guard.

Episodes:
Rock N' Roll Express

Reginald

A prospective English lord, a position he will assume on his upcoming 21st birthday, lives in the castle of Carfax County, England. But he isn't very appreciated by the villagers. He controls all of them since he inherited his father's companies which employ all the villagers in Carfax County. But is he the rightful heir to the lordship after the lord that disappeared 18 years ago? Since Robin Goodfellow is dedicated to disprove this, he is considered an enemy. Reginald hosts an archery tournament, and decides to offer a price to the winner, hoping to trap Robin Goodfellow. He falls in love with Danse during her performance with Jem and the Holograms, and the competition from Robin, adds to his his rivalry with Robin.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

Duncan Broadbent

Reginald's accomplice, who rules Carfax County for nearly 20 years, until Reginald would take over.

Episodes:
Renaissance Woman

Victor Krucak

A very powerful man in Zagreb, who is the artistic director of the Zagreb ballet. He doesn't like americans, and doesn't think Jem and the Holograms' music is art, and does not want them to shoot their next music video at the Zagreb ballet. That's until he meets Danse and realizes who she is. He used dance with Danse's mother many years earlier when she was the star at the ballet. And what Danse doesn't know is that he was responsible for ruining Danse's mother's relationship with Danse's father. He sees the resembles in Danse, and her talent, and is determined to do anything to make sure she stays to become the new star of the ballet.

Episodes:
Homeland, Heartland

One of the two henchmen whom Mozart's jealous rival Antonio Salieri has paid to try to kidnap Mozart in a horse drawn carriage, so Salieri can take his place and play for the Emperor Joseph II at the royal concert.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

The other one of the two henchmen whom Mozart's jealous rival Antonio Salieri has paid to try to kidnap Mozart in a horse drawn carriage, so Salieri can take his place and play for the Emperor Joseph II at the royal concert.

Episodes:
Journey Through Time

The father of Danny, and a very angry man who throws Danny out.

Episodes:
The Music Awards Part 1

Rodney

The leader of a violent UK gang that is some type of band, called Rodney and the Rockets, who Red Johnny Mac unsuccessfully was trying to promote, and to which he owes money.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

A member of a violent gang and band in the UK, Rodney and the Rockets, who Red Johnny Mac unsuccessfully was trying to promote, and to which he owes money.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

A member of a violent gang and band in the UK, Rodney and the Rockets, who Red Johnny Mac unsuccessfully was trying to promote, and to which he owes money.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

Harold

A loan shark in the UK, that Red Johnny Mac owes money to. He prefers Jem and the Holograms over the Misfits, whom he doesn't like.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

A henchman of the loan shark Harold, that Red Johnny Mac owes money to.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

A henchman of the loan shark Harold, that Red Johnny Mac owes money to.

Episodes:
Beauty And The Rock Promoter

A racetrack tout at Wissex Downs, who gave Jetta's parents tips on what horses to bet on, and told them about Lord Trevor's mansion and money problems.

Episodes:
Britrock

Lord Trevor

An aristocrat in his late 50's, who lives in a big mansion in Wissex and owns alot of land. He lost all his money on gambling. Desperate since several months for money to pay his creditors, he agrees to help Jetta's parent scheme the Misfits into buying as much as possible in the mansion, which will no longer be his soon anyway, since his nephew Mason Hawthorne will inherit it on his 21st birthday.

Episodes:
Britrock

Fenton

One of the henchmen of Lord Trevor, who tracked down Mason Hawthorne and planted a bomb where he was playing at the Unicorn Club in the UK.

Episodes:
Britrock

Stoke

One of the henchmen of Lord Trevor, who tracked down Mason Hawthorne and planted a bomb where he was playing at the Unicorn Club in the UK.

Episodes:
Britrock

Andrew "Andy" Martin

One of the men who fit the description of Ba Nee's father, when Jerrica and the Holograms really start searching for her father with the little info they've got. Which is that he was a soldier in Vietnam near An Loc, his name was Martin, and he had red hair. He is located at the army intelligence office by the help of Riot's father. This guy lives in Las Vegas, and is found by the roulette table, losing all his money as usual. He is not interested in talking to Jerrica and Shana, until his favorite singer, Jem herself, asks him. But he seems more interested in earning some money on them.

He keeps calling Ba Nee the wrong name.

Episodes:
A Father Should Be...

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