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This page lists Storybrooke characters featured on ABC's Once Upon a Time and Once Upon a Time in Wonderland.

Storybrooke CharactersEdit

This section lists characters visiting or residing in Storybrooke, Maine.

Agrabahn VipersEdit

Main article: Agrabahn Vipers

The Agrabahn Vipers début in the eleventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. In Storybrooke, Henry steals his mother's keys to access her vault looking for anything magical. Coming across a box, Henry curiously opens it and is surprised by the vipers, which try to attack him. ("Lady of the Lake")

Albert SpencerEdit

Main article: Albert Spencer

District Attorney Albert Spencer débuts in the eighteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Alan Dale. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of King George. As district attorney, Albert Spencer is called in to interview murder suspect Mary Margaret for the disappearance of David Nolan's wife, Kathryn. He keeps a low profile in town until the breaking of the curse in which Albert wants to exact revenge on David for past humiliations and does so by rallying town residents against Ruby for the killing of town mechanic Billy. In doing so, he forces David choose between justice and continuing to defend a guilty party. Though, Albert himself orchestrated Billy's death to make Ruby look like the main suspect. However, he still gets vengeance by destroying the hat that David planned to use as the only means in bringing Mary Margaret and Emma back from the Enchanted Forest. ("The Stable Boy", "Child of the Moon")

AlexandraEdit

Alexandra, also known as Alex, débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. She does not have an Enchanted Forest counterpart. A pregnant Ashley is abandoned by her boyfriend, Sean, and signs adoption papers so her child can be given a good home. She changes her mind and after stealing the adoption papers back, Ashley attempts to drive out of town to Boston and raise the child herself. However, she goes into labor and is brought into the hospital by Emma. Ashley gives birth to a healthy baby girl she names Alexandra and later has a happy reunion with Sean; with the three of them becoming a family. ("The Price of Gold", "Skin Deep", "The Snow Queen")

AliceEdit

Main article: Alice

Alice débuts in the first episode of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Searching for Will's heart, Alice and Cyrus are taken to Storybrooke by the White Rabbit. After they succeed in retrieving the item, the trio travel back to Wonderland. ("Heart of the Matter")

AntonEdit

Main article: Anton

Anton débuts in the thirteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jorge Garcia. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Anton is held captive aboard Hook's ship after being kidnapped and shrunken by Cora. In Storybrooke, he is freed by David, Mary Margaret and Leroy. He mistakes David for his twin brother, James, and vows revenge against him for past misdeeds. Aided by Regina, who gives him a magical mushroom to transform back to normal size, Anton takes out his anger towards humans by destroying Storybrooke. He refuses to listen as David tries to explain the misunderstanding between them. The effects of the mushroom eventually wear off; causing Anton to nearly fall through into a hole in the ground. With much reluctance, he allows David to pull him to safety. Finding acceptance and friendship in the townspeople, he helps to grow fields of magic beans from the last remaining stalk in his possession. ("Tiny", "Lacey")

Archie HopperEdit

Main article: Archie Hopper

Dr. Archibald[1] "Archie" Hopper débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Raphael Sbarge. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Jiminy Cricket. Archie Hopper is the town psychiatrist who has therapy sessions with Regina's son, Henry. He often tries to do the morally right thing, but is often goaded by Regina into doing otherwise. Regina is unhappy with the current results of Henry's increasing vigor about fairytales and the curse, so he is pressured by her to crush his imagination. After doing so, Archie feels incredibly guilty and goes after Henry, who ventured into collapsing mines to find proof of the curse. From rescuing the boy, Archie realizes he is not the man he wants to be, and finally stands up to Regina. After the curse is broken, Cora keeps Archie captive in Hook's ship; leading everyone to believe he was killed by Regina. Eventually, he is rescued by Belle and reunites with his friends. ("That Still Small Voice", "The Cricket Game")

ArielEdit

Main article: Ariel (Character)

Ariel débuts in the sixth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by JoAnna Garcia Swisher. Being a mermaid, Ariel is able to travel between worlds. Sent from Neverland by Mr. Gold, she has the mission to find an object that can help him defeat Pan. She accepts the task, willing to have the chance to find the man she loves, who was brought to Storybrooke by the curse. With Belle's help, Ariel and Eric reunite. ("Ariel", "Dark Hollow", "The New Neverland")

Ashley BoydEdit

Main article: Ashley Boyd

Ashley Boyd débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jessy Schram. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Cinderella. Ashley is a pregnant nineteen-year-old who is abandoned by her boyfriend, Sean, after he finds out she is expecting due to pressure from his father, Mitchell. Lacking confidence in her own ability to raise a child, she accepts Mr. Gold's terms in finding her baby a better home by signing adoption papers, but changes her mind after being given advice from Emma that only she herself can change her future. Stealing the adoption papers back, she is lent Ruby's car and makes a getaway out of town to Boston. On the way there, Ashley goes into labor and is driven back to the hospital by Emma where she gives birth to a healthy baby girl, Alexandra. To prevent Ashley from having to hand over her child to Mr. Gold, Emma promises to owe him a future favor. Sean apologizes for leaving Ashley, and the three reunite as a family. After the curse is broken, she still has a job in the diner and now lives together with Sean[2]. ("The Price of Gold", "Skin Deep", "Down the Rabbit Hole")

AstridEdit

Main article: Astrid

Sister Astrid débuts, with her only appearance, in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Amy Acker. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Nova. Astrid is a nun who helps out during the annual Miner's Day festival in setting up decorations. She meets Leroy, who falls in love with her. Astrid accidentally spends the nuns' entire money budget; including the monthly payment owed to their landlord, Mr. Gold. Leroy promises to get Astrid the money by selling out the nuns' candles for Miner's Day. Later, she receives news from Leroy that he sold out all the candles. However, she discovers he is lying. To make up for it, Leroy causes a town power outage that causes the townspeople to be dependent on buying candles as light sources. Once all the candles are sold, he delivers the money to Astrid himself. Impressed, Astrid forgives him and accepts his offer to one day travel on his sail boat together. ("Dreamy")

August BoothEdit

Main article: August Booth

August W. Booth débuts in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Eion Bailey. He is the Land Without Magic alias of Pinocchio. August rides into town as a stranger on his motorcycle. Under the guise of settling in Storybrooke as a writer seeking inspiration, his real intent is to nudge Emma into believing in magic so she can break the Dark Curse. At the same, August is reverting to wood and uses all his efforts to convince Emma so he too can be saved. When that fails, he begins to accept fate is catching up with him; turning completely into wood. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, August is able to move, but remains in wooden form. Too ashamed to show his face to anyone, he hides out in an abandoned trailer near the Toll Bridge. August does not believe his past selfish actions can be redeemed, and when given the chance by Tamara to think of himself over others, he takes that opportunity. However, he changes his mind and decides to protect the town from Tamara. Like with the Dragon, August is no match for Tamara's taser and dies from its effects. As a result of his selfless actions, August is given a second chance at life as Pinocchio. ("True North", "The Stranger", "Selfless, Brave and True")

AuroraEdit

Main article: Aurora

Aurora débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sarah Bolger. When the Dark Curse hits the Enchanted Forest, Aurora remains in her flying monkey form. Brought to Storybrooke as one of Zelena's minions, she has her pregnancy frozen until she reverts to human as the witch is defeated. ("A Curious Thing", "Snow Drifts", "There's No Place Like Home")

Ava ZimmerEdit

Main article: Ava Zimmer

Ava Zimmer débuts in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Karley Scott Collins. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Gretel. Ava is the older sibling of Nicholas and both are orphaned after their only parent, Dory, passes away. Ever since then, they have been scouring for food by stealing. Once caught in a thieving attempt, Sheriff Swan takes them home. Having a hunch the children are lying to her, she corners them in an abandoned house and gets the truth out of them. As orphans, Ava and Nicholas are at risk for being sent to Boston in the foster care system. Not wanting the children to be separated, Emma begins the search for their biological father when Ava gives her a trinket their mother once owned. The trinket leads her to a man named Michael Tillman, who gave the item to Dory in the past when they were in a relationship. Still, he rejects the idea of assuming responsibility for children he remained unaware he had until now. While Emma is driving Ava and Nicholas out of town to Boston, her car breaks down and she calls Michael since he is a mechanic. When he drives up in his tow truck, Ava's compass begins moving. The two watch from the backseat as he converses with Emma, and is persuaded to take them in as his children. ("True North")

BashfulEdit

Main article: Bashful (Storybrooke)

Bashful débuts in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Mig Macario. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Bashful. Bashful is one of the town's residents. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, he and the five other dwarves—excluding Mr. Clark—help to mine for diamonds, which are vital for making fairy dust and bridging Emma and Mary Margaret's safe return from the Enchanted Forest. He becomes friends with Anton the giant and helps to plant and grow magic beans. When Wicked Witch Zelena comes to town, Bashful is one of the residents turned into a flying monkey. As the witch is defeated, he reverts to human form. ("Dreamy", "We Are Both", "Tiny", "Witch Hunt", "There's No Place Like Home")

BelleEdit

Main article: Belle (Storybrooke)

Belle débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Emilie de Ravin. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Belle. Belle is a woman who is imprisoned in the town psychiatric ward as a patient under Regina's orders. She remains as such until Jefferson, who wants to get back at Regina, releases her from the cell and urges her to seek protection from Mr. Gold. Shortly after reuniting with Mr. Gold in the Mr. Gold Pawnbroker & Antiquities Dealer|pawnshop]], she regains her Enchanted Forest memories after Emma breaks the curse. However, Belle struggles to lead him away from using magic for bad means as she knows deep down he can be good. When Mr. Gold doesn't trust her enough to reveal the real reason he needs magic, Belle temporarily leaves, but forgives him after he tells her the truth. She supports him as he makes a potion that will allow him to cross the town border and find his son, but in a twist, she becomes Hook's target in getting revenge by taking away the thing Mr. Gold loves most—her. Belle sustains a gunshot wound and loses her memories. Amnesiac, she has a hard time recovering from the emotional toll of seeing magic, but harbors a soft spot for Mr. Gold when he reminds her who she really is. He promises to help her regain her old memories, but the plan is sidetracked Regina restoring Belle's cursed memories. In place of the old Belle, the laid-back Lacey becomes attracted to Mr. Gold's dark side and encourages him to act out on it, though the persona is replaced by Belle when Mr. Gold brings back her memories. Some time later, she reconciles with her father just in time to get married with Mr. Gold. ("Skin Deep", "A Land Without Magic", "The Crocodile", "The Outsider", "The Miller's Daughter", "Lacey", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "There's No Place Like Home")

BillyEdit

Main article: Billy

Billy débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jarod Joseph. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Gus. Billy is the town mechanic who helps to fix up cars or offer his services whenever needed. Notably, he and Ruby get along quite well. After the curse breaks, he shows interest in getting to know Ruby's Enchanted Forest persona, though she is secretly worried about turning into a wolf during the first curse-free wolfstime and shyly turns him down. He is the victim of a heinous murder by Albert Spencer, who wants to put temporary sheriff Nolan in the position of choosing between protecting Billy's suspected killer, Ruby, or putting the townspeople's safety first. David and Granny find evidence of Billy's death at the hands of Spencer and from that, Ruby's name is cleared. ("Welcome to Storybrooke", "The Price of Gold", "Child of the Moon")

CoraEdit

Main article: Cora

Cora, also known as the Queen of Hearts, débuts in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Barbara Hershey, Jennifer Koenig and Rose McGowan. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Cora makes her way into town via a portal from the Enchanted Forest with Hook. She forces Regina into a vulnerable state by staging the murder of Archie and framing her daughter for the crime. During this period, Cora appeals for Regina's forgiveness for previously making her marry the king. With no one left to trust, Regina trusts Cora's judgement that the only way to regain Henry is by eliminating everyone else. They work together with Hook in finding the exact location of Mr. Gold's dagger so they can control him into annihilating David, Mary Margaret and Emma. However, Cora's intends to gain the dagger as well as the Dark One's powers by murdering Mr. Gold. Mary Margaret, still reeling from the death of a friend at Cora's hands, sets out to kill her. Over Cora's heart, Mary Margaret curses it and then manipulates Regina into putting it back into her mother's chest. After Regina does so, Cora feels true genuine love for her daughter only to die. When Cora's first-born Zelena becomes a threat, Regina summons her from the dead to know the circumstances of her sister being abandoned. Cora's ghost possesses Mary Margaret's body. After revealing what happened in the past, she is sent back through the portal. ("The Cricket Game", "In the Name of the Brother", "The Miller's Daughter", "Bleeding Through")

CyrusEdit

Main article: Cyrus

Cyrus débuts in the first episode of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland. Searching for Will's heart, Cyrus and Alice are taken to Storybrooke by the White Rabbit. After they succeed in retrieving the item, the trio travel back to Wonderland. ("Heart of the Matter")

DanielEdit

Main article: Daniel

Daniel débuts in the eighteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Noah Bean. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Daniel's death leaves Regina unwilling to let him go, and after the casting of the Dark Curse, she brings his preserved body to the new world with her. Following the breaking of the curse, Dr. Whale steals one of Regina's enchanted hearts to bring Daniel back to life. However, Daniel comes back not wholly human and goes on a rampage in ripping off one of Dr. Whale's arms. Then, he returns to a familiar place in his memories—the stables—and attempts to choke Henry to death. David arrives to stop the altercation with force, but Regina insists she can calm Daniel down. Left alone with him, Daniel reacts violently towards Regina's presence, but stops when she helps him to remember her. The resurrection does more harm to Daniel than good, though, because the physical pain of coming back from the dead causes violent tendencies in him, and he begs her to let him go permanently. As Daniel makes a lunging attack at her, Regina tearfully makes him disappear with magic. ("The Doctor")

David NolanEdit

Main article: David Nolan

David Nolan débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Josh Dallas. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Prince Charming. David is a comatose patient who awakens after being read the Snow White fairytale by Mary Margaret. In a daze, he wanders into the woods and is later found by Sheriff Graham, Emma, Henry and Mary Margaret. He is brought back to the hospital to rest and reunites with his wife, Kathryn. Despite that, David has no memories of his former life and develops feelings for Mary Margaret. They begin an affair together, though he is pressured into telling Kathryn the truth. When given the opportunity to fess up, David lies and eventually Kathryn finds out from Regina about his relationship with Mary Margaret. After the affair becomes public knowledge to the townspeople, Mary Margaret is ostracized and she breaks up with him. Following this, Kathryn disappears under strange circumstances linking Mary Margaret as the killer. At first, David defends her against the murder charge, but has doubts after recalling certain foggy memories. Coincidentally, Kathryn mysteriously reappears unharmed and Mary Margaret is freed. He tries to apologize for not believing in her innocence, but there is no repairing their relationship. David decides to leave town to start over elsewhere, but the breaking of the curse helps him regain his Enchanted Forest memories as Prince Charming. He reconciles with Mary Margaret, who he remembers as Snow White. When Mary Margaret and Emma are left stranded in the Enchanted Forest, David steps up to defend Storybrooke's townspeople against magical threats. Eventually, he and Mary Margaret become parents to a boy. ("Snow Falls, "The Shepherd", "7:15 A.M.", "Broken", "Kansas")

DocEdit

Main article: Doc (Storybrooke)

Doc débuts in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by David-Paul Grove. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Doc. Doc is one of the town's residents. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, he and the five other dwarves—excluding Mr. Clark—help to mine for diamonds, which are vital for making fairy dust and bridging Emma and Mary Margaret's safe return from the Enchanted Forest. He becomes friends with Anton the giant and helps to plant and grow magic beans. ("Desperate Souls", "We Are Both", "Tiny")

DonnaEdit

Main article: Donna

Donna débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Laura Bertram. She does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. While in Rumplestiltskin's possession during the casting of the Dark Curse, she and her husband are transported to Storybrooke and remain as marionettes in Mr. Gold's shop. ("The Price of Gold", "That Still Small Voice")

Dory ZimmerEdit

Dory Zimmer débuts as a mention in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. She is the mother of twins Ava and Nicholas. In the past, Dory was in a relationship with Michael. Until her death, she kept a compass he gave her as a present, which later came into Ava's possession. Her children become orphaned after her passing, to which Sheriff Swan uses the compass to track down who originally bought the item for Dory. This leads her to Michael, who has no knowledge of having fathered children, to later accepts them as his own. ("True North")

DopeyEdit

Main article: Dopey (Storybrooke)

Dopey débuts in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jeffrey Kaiser. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Dopey. Dopey is one of the town's residents. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, he and the five other dwarves—excluding Mr. Clark—help to mine for diamonds, which are vital for making fairy dust and bridging Emma and Mary Margaret's safe return from the Enchanted Forest. He becomes friends with Anton the giant and helps to plant and grow magic beans. When Wicked Witch Zelena comes to town, Dopey is one of the residents turned into a flying monkey. As the witch is defeated, he reverts to human form. ("Dreamy", "We Are Both", "Tiny", "Witch Hunt", "There's No Place Like Home")

Dr. ThatcherEdit

Dr. Thatcher débuts in the tenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Kwesi Ameyaw. His Enchanted Forest counterpart is unknown. Dr. Thatcher is the veterinarian of the animal shelter who hires David as his assistant. Mary Margaret brings an injured dove for him to examine. Dr. Thatcher advises the bird must be reunited with its flock as soon as possible or risk living alone forever. ("7:15 A.M.")

Dr. WhaleEdit

Main article: Dr. Whale

Dr. Whale débuts in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by David Anders. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Victor Frankenstein. Dr. Whale is the town doctor who also spends time pursuing several women. He works in the Storybrooke General Hospital and assists many patients, such as John Doe and Henry. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Dr. Whale recalls his former life as a scientist and the guilt he associates with previous failure to save his brother. Anguished over the inner turmoil, he tries to commit suicide, but Ruby comforts him over their shared troubles. ("Snow Falls", "The Doctor", "In the Name of the Brother")

ElsaEdit

Main article: Elsa

Elsa, also known as the Ice Queen, débuts in the twenty-second epísode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. When Zelena creates a portal to the past, Emma and Hook accidentally fall through it, but later return to present-day Storybrooke. Unbeknownst to them, the vessel is also pulled through, and the Ice Queen escapes to venture out into town. ("There's No Place Like Home")

EricEdit

Main article: Eric (Storybrooke)

Eric débuts, with his only appearance, in the tenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Prince Eric. He works regularly as a fisherman at the dock dicing up sea produce. One day, he is surprised to see his loved one Ariel, who came back from Neverland. Happily, they reunite not long before a new curse sends them back to the Enchanted Forest. ("The New Neverland", "Going Home", "The Jolly Roger")

FelixEdit

Main article: Felix

Felix débuts in the twenty-second episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. One of Peter Pan's Lost Boys, Felix is brought to Storybrooke aboard Hook's ship when Henry is rescued from Neverland. When Pan sets a plan to enact the Dark Curse, he must sacrifice the thing he loves most, Felix. ("The New Neverland", "Going Home")

Friar TuckEdit

Main article: Friar Tuck (Storybrooke)

Friar Tuck débuts in the thirteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Friar Tuck. When Snow White casts the Dark Curse, Friar Tuck, as well as the other Merry Men, becomes a Storybrooke resident. ("Witch Hunt")

The GnomeEdit

The Gnome débuts in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Layton Keely. Back in the Enchanted Forest, he was one of the Evil Queen's followers which she turned into stone after he mocked at her failed attempt of casting the Dark Curse. When she finally succedes and everyone is brought to Storybrooke, the stone figure of the Gnome becomes a garden decoration in the backyard of Regina's mayoal office. ("The Thing You Love Most")

Sheriff GrahamEdit

Main article: Sheriff Graham

Sheriff Graham Humbert[3] débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jamie Dornan. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Huntsman. Graham is the town sheriff who tries his best to enforce the rules of town. He is clueless of Regina's scheme in forcing Emma out of town, but begins to get suspicious after learning the arrest warrant for her on charges of stealing Henry's file from Dr. Hopper's office is false. He actively engages in a physical relationship with Regina. When Emma realizes what is going on, she is disgusted and begins to avoid him. In an attempt to explain, he confronts Emma outside of the diner and ends up kissing her; triggering memories from his Enchanted Forest life as the Huntsman. Graham consults Henry's storybook to try and understand what he is remembering. Soon, he begins believing his heart is missing and begs Emma to help him find it. They sneak into Regina's vault to look, but it is not there. When faced with Regina, he chooses to side himself with Emma. At the sheriff station, while he and Emma have a close emotional moment, Regina takes out Graham's heart and begins to squeeze it to dust. As it is crushed into nothing, Graham passes out and dies from what is later deemed a sudden heart attack. ("The Thing You Love Most", "The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter")

GrannyEdit

Main article: Granny (Storybrooke)

Granny débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Beverley Elliott. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Granny (Enchanted Forest). Granny is the owner of the town diner and bed and breakfast. She employs her granddaughter, Ruby, to work as a waitress at the diner. Disagreements are a main source of tension between them, especially when Granny wants Ruby to begin working on the weekend to take on more responsibilities at the diner. In anger, Ruby quits, but returns a changed person after realizing she felt insecure despite enjoying work as a waitress. Granny tells Ruby one day the diner will be hers, so that is the reason for asking her to have more responsibilities. They make up, and become closer. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Granny helps to accommodate Ruby during the first curse-free full moon of wolfs time so she won't roam the streets of town while in wolf form. Though mounting evidence causes the townspeople to believe Ruby killed someone during the night as a wolf, Granny sticks by her granddaughter's innocence. She and David discover Albert is the actual perpetrator. ("Red-Handed", "Child of the Moon")

Greg MendellEdit

Main article: Greg Mendell

Greg Mendell, formerly known as Owen Flynn, débuts in the eleventh episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ethan Embry and Benjamin Stockham. He does not have a counterpart. As a child, Owen is camping with his father when Storybrooke comes into existence. Curious, they venture into the town. When Kurt is shocked to see Regina practicing magic, he tries to leave Storybrooke, but the mayor stops him. Regina tries to convince Owen to stay with her as her child, but the boy is determined to go away, which she allows. Years later, with the name Greg, Owen is the stranger whose car crashes into Storybrooke. On the surface, he keeps a facade of being ignorant to the true magical nature of the town's inhabitants, but behind the scenes, Greg secretly gathers video evidence of magic use. With Tamara, they infiltrate the town with the intent of destroying magic. They are under the orders of a "Home Office" to execute the plan. Greg's reason for coming to Storybrooke is to investigate the whereabouts of his missing father, who Regina claims she murdered; much to his grief. The couple kidnap Henry and take him to Neverland, where both Greg and Tamara are killed. "Welcome to Storybrooke", "The Outsider", "Second Star to the Right", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")

HappyEdit

Main article: Happy (Storybrooke)

Happy débuts in the nineteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Michael Coleman. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Happy. Happy is one of the town's residents. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, he and the five other dwarves—excluding Mr. Clark—help to mine for diamonds, which are vital for making fairy dust and bridging Emma and Mary Margaret's safe return from the Enchanted Forest. He becomes friends with Anton the giant and helps to plant as well as grow magic beans. ("Dreamy", "We Are Both", "Tiny")

Henry MillsEdit

Main article: Henry Mills

Henry Mills débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jared S. Gilmore. He does not have a counterpart. Henry is the adopted son of Storybrooke mayor Regina. At ten years old, he receives a fairytale book from his school teacher Ms. Blanchard that changes his perception on the town he lives in.[4] Obsessed with ideas of a curse and the inhabitants being trapped because of it, he tracks down his birth mother Emma in Boston and brings her back to Storybrooke with him. Reluctantly, Emma indulges his imagination while trying to help Henry to see fairytales are just stories. Henry's belief in the curse persists until he makes a desperate attempt to convince Emma it is real by ingesting a poisoned apple turnover. His risky move works, and Emma revives him with the magic of true love's kiss, which also effectively breaks the Dark Curse. When he is kidnapped by Greg and Tamara, his family travels to Neverland and rescues him. As Peter Pan re-enacts the Dark Curse, Henry is forced to leave town with Emma. A year later, Hook brings the two of them back from New York, but Henry has no memories about Storybrooke until Regina gives him a true love's kiss. ("Pilot", "An Apple Red as Blood", "A Land Without Magic", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The New Neverland", "Going Home", "New York City Serenade", "A Curious Thing")

HookEdit

Main article: Hook

Captain Hook, also known as Killian Jones, débuts in the fourth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Colin O'Donoghue. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. Fueled by his long standing grudge against Rumplestiltskin, Hook comes to Storybrooke to kill him. Cora helps to kidnap a source of inside information, Archie, who Hook tortures into telling him Rumplestiltskin, now Mr. Gold, has a weakness—Belle. After stealing a special shawl, which Belle attempts to retrieve, Hook is beaten by Mr. Gold. However, Hook has the last laugh when he shoots Belle; injuring her so badly she falls across the town line and loses her Enchanted Forest memories. He later searches with Regina and Cora for Mr. Gold's dagger. When he is disposed by Cora, Hook uses a fatal poison to stab Mr. Gold in New York. Hook is brought back to Storybrooke by Tamara and discovers Mr. Gold is still alive. Convinced by Greg and Tamara to join forces, he falsely becomes allies with Regina at their request. Nonetheless, he is shocked when the pair activate a trigger to self-destruct Storybrooke. Motivated by self-preservation, Hook helps David steal a magic bean from Greg, though he later steals it to escape Storybrooke alone. Even so, he decides against using it for his own self-interest, and then offers to use it to rescue Henry from Neverland. During their journey, he develops feelings for Emma, to which she reciprocates; after much resistance. ("Queen of Hearts", "The Cricket Game", "The Outsider", "Manhattan", "The Evil Queen", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "Good Form", "There's No Place Like Home")

JeffersonEdit

Main article: Jefferson (Storybrooke)

Jefferson débuts in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sebastian Stan. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Jefferson. Jefferson is one of Storybrooke's residents, who like Regina, kept his Enchanted Forest memories after the casting of the Dark Curse. He spends twenty-eight years trapped with memories of two lives in his head and is unable to do anything about it until the savior, Emma, arrives in town. Jefferson longs to be with his daughter, Paige, who doesn't remember him at all. He coerces Emma into making a hat; believing she possesses magic. Jefferson also tells her about his life as the Mad Hatter, to which she believes he's delusional. Much later, Regina commissions Jefferson to use his hat to open a portal so she can retrieve a specific item to get rid of Emma. In return, Regina will reunite him with his daughter, though she goes back on the promise after her son Henry suffers the consequences of the deal. In spite, Jefferson frees Regina's best kept secret, Belle, who she has been hiding from Mr. Gold for twenty-eight years. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, David tracks Jefferson down to ask him how to make his hat work. Instead, he reveals to David the Enchanted Forest still exists. Despite that the Dark Curse is gone, Jefferson hasn't sought out Paige yet, but is strongly encouraged by Henry to do so. Happily, he and Paige have a long awaited family reconciliation. ("Hat Trick", "An Apple Red as Blood", "A Land Without Magic", "We Are Both", "{Lady of the Lake")

JimEdit

Main article: Jim

Jim débuts, with his only appearance, in the thirteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Greyston Holt. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Frederick. Jim is the gym teacher who unsuspectingly runs into Kathryn the day she storms into the school to confront Mary Margaret's affair with her husband. While out for a drive one night, he reaches the town border and finds Kathryn's empty car, which prompts Emma to investigate her disappearance. After the curse is broken, he reunites with his true love Kathryn.[5] ("What Happened to Frederick")

JohannaEdit

Main article: Johanna (Storybrooke)

Johanna débuts, with her only appearance, in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Lesley Nicol. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Johanna. Johanna lives a quiet life until the breaking of the Dark Curse in which she finds a royal tiara heirloom that once belonged to Queen Eva and was passed down to her daughter. Hoping to brighten up Mary Margaret's upcoming birthday, she sends the tiara as a present. Touched by the gift, Mary Margaret seeks out Johanna and they both grieve over Eva's death anniversary. Johanna is used as leverage in Cora and Regina's plan to force Mary Margaret to hand over Mr. Gold's dagger. After Johanna's heart is ripped out and squeezed, Mary Margaret forfeits the blade to ensure her safety. However, Cora throws Johanna out the window; ending her life. ("The Queen Is Dead")

John DarlingEdit

Main article: John Darling

John Darling, also known as Glasses, débuts in the twenty-first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by William Ainschough and Matt Kane. He does not have a counterpart. Following Pan's instructions, he and his brother Michael venture into Storybrooke to stop Belle and Ariel from finding an item that might help Mr. Gold against Pan. As they confess their actions are moved by the desire to reunite with their lost sister, a hostage in Neverland, Belle convinces them their best chance is helping Mr. Gold. When Wendy is brought back safely, the Darlings happily go back home. ("Dark Hollow", "The New Neverland")

Kathryn NolanEdit

Main article: Kathryn Nolan

Kathryn Nolan débuts in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Anastasia Griffith. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Abigail. Kathryn is wife to David, who recently awoke from a coma. She struggles to reconnect with her husband, though he has no recollection of his memories. Finally, Kathryn surprises David with news she is accepted into a law school in Boston and suggests they start fresh there to build new memories instead of trying to restore the past. David rejects the idea; instead proposing they go their separate ways due to the change in their relationship and lack of connection. Hurt and confused, Kathryn leans on Regina for support; where she sees photographic evidence of David's ongoing affair with Mary Margaret. In a state of anger, she publicly confronts Mary Margaret for her actions. However, Kathryn comes to realize she and David have actually never gotten along and their marriage has always been rocky even in the past. She lets go of him and makes plans to leave for Boston alone. On her way out of town, Kathryn disappears, which prompts a police investigation. Behind the scenes, Mary Margaret is set up by Regina as Kathryn's murderer. This proves false when Kathryn reappears in town unharmed. After the curse is broken, she reunites with her true love Jim.[5] ("Snow Falls", "The Shepherd", "What Happened to Frederick", "The Return")

KeithEdit

Main article: Keith

Keith débuts in the nineteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Wil Traval. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Sheriff. Keith is a frequent bar-goer at The Rabbit Hole. He tries to flirt with Lacey, who feigns disinterest in his tactics, but agrees to meet up with him behind the diner later that night. The meeting coincides with Lacey's date with Mr. Gold. She excuses her to the bathroom at one point, but actually goes out back to see Keith. As they have a make-out session, Mr. Gold catches wind and pries Keith away from Lacey with the assumption he was assaulting her. Shocked, Keith was unaware they came to the diner together, and backs off. Later on, he tries to apologize to Mr. Gold, but earns himself a harsh beating by the man while Lacey gleefully watches on. ("Lacey")

Kurt FlynnEdit

Main article: Kurt Flynn

Kurt Flynn débuts in the seventeenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by John Pyper-Ferguson. He does not have a counterpart. Kurt is the father of Owen. Following the death of his wife, he takes Owen out on a camping trip. They bear witness to a strange purplish storm, and in the morning, wander into Storybrooke. To Kurt's puzzlement, the town is not listed on the map. He decides to stay in Storybrooke with Owen until his car is fixed. The mayor, Regina, invites them to dinner. She develops an attachment to Owen, and suggests they could restart new lives in town. Kurt politely refuses; to Regina's disappointment. The next day, he picks up his car and heads to give a farewell to Regina. Stumbling into her office, he overhears Regina giving orders to Sheriff Graham for his arrest on false charges. Kurt manages to get away and speeds close to out of town, but his car is blocked by Sheriff Graham's police vehicle. Owen is urged by his father to run and not look back while Kurt is arrested. Shortly after, Regina kills him and buries his body in the woods. ("Welcome to Storybrooke", "Second Star to the Right")

LeroyEdit

Main article: Leroy

Leroy débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Lee Arenberg. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Grumpy. Leroy is notoriously known to the townspeople as a drunk for his frequent alcohol endeavors. He works as a janitor in the hospital. Upon first sight, he is infatuated with a kind nun, Astrid. Their meeting coincides with the nuns' selling of candles for the annual Miner's Day festival. He offers to help Astrid earn back the nuns' rent money after she accidentally spent all of it on extra items. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, he and the five other dwarves—excluding Mr. Clark—help to mine for diamonds, which are vital for making fairy dust and bridging Emma and Mary Margaret's safe return from the Enchanted Forest. He becomes friends with Anton the giant and helps to plant and grow magic beans. Leroy often leads the dwarves in fighting to defend the town against magical threats. ("Dreamy", "We Are Both", "Tiny")

Little JohnEdit

Main article: Little John (Storybrooke)

Little John débuts in the thirteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jason Burkart. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Little John. When Snow White casts the Dark Curse, Little John becomes a Storybrooke resident. Eventually, he is turned into a flying monkey, but reverts to human form when Wicked Witch Zelena is defeated. ("Witch Hunt", "A Curious Thing")

MalcolmEdit

Main article: Malcolm

Malcolm débuts in the eighth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Stephen Lord. He is the Enchanted Forest alias of Peter Pan. When Mr. Gold stabs Pan with his dagger, the youth magic is undone and Pan turns back to his adult form as Malcolm, just in time to get one last kiss from his son and die. ("Going Home")

MaleficentEdit

Main article: Maleficent (Storybrooke)

Maleficent débuts in the twenty-second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Maleficent. Maleficent becomes permanently trapped in dragon form inside a cave under the clock tower after the casting of the Dark Curse. By Regina, she is fitted for the job of guarding the cave from intruders in order to protect a special item. From her previous life, Maleficent retains the true love potion Prince Charming threw into her body for safekeeping. Mr. Gold sends Emma on a mission to recover the potion so she can revive a poisoned Henry. In doing so, she defeats Maleficent. Regina returns to the cave at a later time with Hook to get the hidden item Maleficent protected. Due to the magic in the cave, Maleficent regenerates as an undead creature in continuously warding off outsiders. While Hook is used as bait for Maleficent, Regina grabs what she is looking for and leaves, as Hook is rescued from Maleficent by Greg and Tamara. ("A Land Without Magic", "The Evil Queen")

MarcoEdit

Main article: Marco

Marco débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Tony Amendola. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Geppetto. Marco is the town handy man who helps to fix various broken items. Childless, he has always wished to be a parent. Marco leads a quiet life and becomes acquainted with town visitor, August, for a short period of time. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Marco longs to see his child again, so Henry gives him the revelation August is his son. Though Marco tries to find August, he is no where to be found. No news arrives until Mary Margaret stumbles upon a still wooden August hiding in an abandoned trailer at the Toll Bridge. They seek Mother Superior to help in this circumstance, but she is unable to. This encounter makes Marco guiltily recall the deal he made as Geppetto with the Blue Fairy to ensure his son's safety from the Dark Curse. He admits and repents to Mary Margaret for his severe mistake. Marco's reunion with August comes at a devastating moment while his son is dying of wounds an unknown attacker inflicted on him. Mother Superior believes if August's actions were selfless, true and brave, then he can be saved. With her wand, she successfully restores August into the child form of Pinocchio to live a new life with Marco. ("The Stranger", "We Are Both", "Selfless, Brave and True")

MarianEdit

Main article: Marian

Marian débuts in the nineteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Christie Laing. She does not have a counterpart. About to face execution, Marian is rescued by Emma and brought to the future. In the diner, she meets her son and his fahter. Happuly, they welcome her to Storybrooke as Regina is heartbroken to see her relantioship with Robin Hood is threatened. ("There's No Place Like Home")

Mary Margaret BlanchardEdit

Main article: Mary Margaret Blanchard

Mary Margaret Blanchard débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ginnifer Goodwin. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Snow White. Mary Margaret is a timid and soft-spoken school teacher who is sympathetic to Henry's loneliness. To comfort him, she gives Henry a fairytale book. Through the book, he gains new, imaginative insight on the town of Storybrooke and the residents that becomes reality to him.[4] Mary Margaret forms a bond with Henry's birth mother, Emma, and they become roommates. To quell Henry's insistence, Mary Margaret agrees to entertain his idea that she is Snow White and read to a comatose patient, John Doe, who he believes is Prince Charming. As a result, the patient awakens and wanders out of the hospital, though he is quickly brought back to rest. Regina reunites John Doe, whose real name is David, with his wife, Kathryn. Mary Margaret nurses a budding crush on David as he reciprocates her feelings. They begin an affair, which is discovered by Kathryn, despite that David promised and lied about telling his wife about the relationship. Heartbroken, she breaks up with him as the entire town finds out about the affair. When Kathryn disappears under strange circumstances, Mary Margaret is accused of killing her. David begins to doubt Mary Margaret's innocence, but coincidentally, Kathryn mysteriously reappears unharmed and she is let go free. David tries to apologize for not believing in her, but there is no repairing their relationship. With the curse broken, she regains her Enchanted Forest memories as Snow White and reconciles with David, who she recalls as Prince Charming. Later, Mary Margaret and Emma are accidentally transported to the Enchanted Forest, but they come back to defend against other magical threats. Eventually, she and David become parents to a boy. ("Snow Falls", "7:15 A.M.", "Heart of Darkness", "Broken", "Queen of Hearts", "Kansas")

Michael DarlingEdit

Main article: Michael Darling

Michael Darling, also known as Keychain, débuts in the twenty-first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Benjamin Cook and James Immekus. He does not have a counterpart. Following Pan's instructions, he and his brother John venture into Storybrooke to stop Belle and Ariel from finding an item that might help Mr. Gold against Pan. As they confess their actions are moved by the desire to reunite with their lost sister, a hostage in Neverland, Belle convinces them their best chance is helping Mr. Gold. When Mr. Gold and his allies return to Storybrooke bringing a safe Wendy, the Darlings happily go back home. ("Dark Hollow", "The New Neverland")

Michael TillmanEdit

Main article: Michael Tillman

Michael Tillman débuts in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Nicholas Lea. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Woodcutter. Michael is one of the town's mechanics who used to be in a relationship with a woman named Dory. Unknowingly, she gave birth to his twin children, Ava and Nicholas, but did not inform him. After her passing, Ava and Nicholas become orphans. Their parentless status is found out by Emma and she investigates further to find their biological father. From Ava, Emma procures a compass Dory used to own. She takes it to Mr. Gold who is able to tell her the name of the man that bought the compass long ago. This leads Emma to Michael. Though he shows recognition of the compass and the fact he gave it to Dory, Michael refuses to accept his newfound fatherhood. Emma is left to send Ava and Nicholas off to Boston where they will be put in the foster care system, but on the way out of town, her car breaks down. Using the moment, she calls Michael. When he arrives, she takes the last opportunity to convince him the children are his. Michael agrees to be responsible and takes them in. ("True North")

Miss GingerEdit

Miss Ginger débuts, with her only appearance, in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Patti Allan. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Blind Witch. Miss Ginger is one of the town's residents who show up at mayor Regina's town hall press conference. Because the sheriff seat is now vacant due to Graham's death, Regina intends to appoint Sidney. As Miss Ginger and the rest of the townspeople look on, former sheriff's deputy Emma interrupts the announcement to bring up the rule in which a mayor can support a sheriff electoral candidate, but cannot give the job to someone. Regina is forced to change her announcement, and state she is backing up Sidney as he runs for sheriff. Miss Ginger is in the diner when Sidney and Regina enter to tell Emma the news that she is now elected as sheriff. Weeks later, while Regina is in her office, she receives a call from Miss Ginger complaining about working conditions and air temperatures. Another day, when Ruby answers the phones at the sheriff's station, a frightened Miss Ginger calls about a prowler lurking around her house. Ruby assures her that there is no prowler and that it's only Archie's dalmatian Pongo. ("Desperate Souls", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "Red-Handed")

Mitchell HermanEdit

Main article: Mitchell Herman

Mitchell Herman débuts, with his only appearance, in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ted Whittall. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of the King. Mitchell does not approve of his son's relationship with Ashley. After learning Ashley is pregnant, arranges for Mr. Gold to take Ashley's baby once she gives birth. Sheriff Swan confronts Mitchell when Ashley goes missing, but he does not want to cooperate with the investigations. Eventually, the sheriff agrees to owe Nr. Gold a favor in exchange for Ashley being allowed to keep her daughter. ("The Price of Gold")

Moe FrenchEdit

Main article: Moe French

Moe French débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Eric Keenleyside. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Sir Maurice. Moe runs his own flower shop and delivery truck called Game of Thorns. During Valentine's Day, Mr. Gold apprehends him for his late rent fees and takes away his truck as a penalty. Subtly urged by Regina, Moe gets back at Mr. Gold by breaking and entering his house to steal a few personal items. Sheriff Swan obtains all except one specific missing object, which makes Mr. Gold furious. He gives forth to Moe his own idea of punishment by kidnapping and physically assaulting. In the midst of this, Mr. Gold besets him for the death of "her", though Moe doesn't know anything about it. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Moe remembers his daughter Belle and hires Smee to bring her to him. Belle is happy to see her father, but this is short-lived as Moe asks she stop seeing Mr. Gold. Upon refusal, Moe forces Smee to take her down to the mines and across the town border so Belle will lose her Enchanted Forest memories and not recall Mr. Gold or himself. Despite that Moe planned it so Belle might be happier without Mr. Gold, she asserts those are her choices to make. Later, father and daughter reconcile and he attends Belle and Mr. Gold's wedding. ("Skin Deep", "The Crocodile", "There's No Place Like Home")

Mother SuperiorEdit

Main article: Mother Superior

Mother Superior débuts in the fourteenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Keegan Connor Tracy. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Blue Fairy. Mother Superior is the head nun of the convent. When Sister Astrid accidentally spends their entire budget of money, she asks her to fix the issue as soon as possible or they will be forced out by their landlord Mr. Gold for not having their rent payments. She is confided in by August, who has come to Storybrooke to find his father. Mr. Gold wrings this information out of Mother Superior and wrongfully believes August is his son Baelfire. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Mother Superior is unable to assist David after Mary Margaret and Emma are accidentally transported to another world due to there being no fairy dust. Through unknown means, Mother Superior recovers her wand and has used it in various tasks such as trying to break a barrier protecting Mr. Gold's pawnshop, reverting August to a child and healing Regina. She is the one who casts a shield to prevent Regina from seeing the field where the dwarves are growing magic beans. Mother Superior is also the one who successfully makes a memory potion for Mr. Clark and Belle. When Pan comes to Storybrooke, his Shadow chases after Mother Superior and kills her, but she is revived as Tinker Bell defeats the Shadow. ("Dreamy", "The Return", "We Are Both", "The Queen Is Dead", "Selfless, Brave and True", "Lacey", "Second Star to the Right", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The New Neverland", "Going Home")

Mr. ClarkEdit

Main article: Mr. Clark

Mr. Clark débuts in the eighth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, is portrayed by Gabe Khouth. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Sneezy. Mr. Clark is one of the town's residents. He works at a pharmacy called Dark Star Pharmacy. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Mr. Clark loses his Enchanted Forest memories after being picked to cross the town border and seeing if anything happens. He reverts to only recalling himself as Mr. Clark and does not join in on the other dwarves' activities in mining for diamonds and growing magic beans. Following the activation of a trigger set to self-destruct the whole town and its inhabitants, Mother Superior finishes making a potion that allows Mr. Clark's memories to come back. ("Desperate Souls", "We Are Both", "And Straight On 'Til Morning")

Mr. GoldEdit

Main article: Mr. Gold

Mr. Gold débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Robert Carlyle. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Rumplestiltskin. Mr. Gold is known for "owning the town" as a reputably feared landlord who collects rent every month from his tenants, and he also owns a pawnshop. Somewhat after regaining his memories upon hearing Emma's name,[6] he draws Regina's suspicion. To get him to confess, Regina steals his prized memento of a lost love, which she only returns once he admits remembering his true name. Regina attempts to poison Emma so she can't break the curse, but Henry takes the fall instead; leading both women to consult with Mr. Gold for a cure. He sends them to fetch a true love potion, but tricks Emma into handing it to him. Once the curse is broken and Mr. Gold is reunited with Belle, he begins experimenting to find a way to leave town without losing his memories. Upon leaving town, he tracks down his long lost son, Baelfire, in New York. Now under the name Neal, his son nurses a grudge due to his father's abandonment years ago, but jumps to help Mr. Gold when Hook fatally wounds him. When Henry is kidnapped to Neverland, Mr. Gold joins Emma's allies to rescue him. Mr. Gold faces his archenemy Peter Pan, who is his father, Malcolm. As everyone returns to Storybrooke, Mr. Gold sacrifices his life using his dagger in order to defeat Pan. Eventually, he is revived, but his dagger is possessed by Wicked Witch Zelena, who forces him to help her create a time travelling spell. When Regina defeats Zelena, Mr. Gold is freed and marries Belle. ("Pilot", "Skin Deep", "Heart of Darkness", "A Land Without Magic", "The Outsider", "Manhattan", "The Miller's Daughter", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "Going Home", "Witch Hunt", "Kansas", "There's No Place Like Home")

Mr. KrzyszkowskiEdit

Mr. "K" Krzyszkowski débuts, with his only appearance, in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by David Bloom. His Enchanted Forest counterpart is unknown. Mr. Krzyszkowski is the town records keeper Emma visits in her quest to find out the biological father of sibling orphans Ava and Nicholas. Unfortunately, he already gave their birth certificate records to mayor Regina who sees no known father is listed, and wants to send the children to Boston to integrate them into the foster care system. ("True North")

Neal CassidyEdit

Main article: Neal Cassidy

Neal Cassidy débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Michael Raymond-James. He is the Land Without Magic alias of Baelfire. Neal arrives in Storybrooke in a rush to save his father Mr. Gold, who was poisoned by Hook. Together with his ex-girlfriend Emma, they fight to protect him from Cora. After the ordeal is over, Neal decides to stay in town and get to know his son, Henry, and asks his fiancée Tamara to be a part of it. He struggles to integrate Tamara and help her understand his history, which he has spent all his life running away from. Until the near end, Neal is completely in the dark about Tamara's true nature. He learns their whole relationship was fake and she, along with Greg, came to Storybrooke to find and expose magic. When he confronts the woman, Neal gets shot and falls through a portal to another world. He eventually comes back to Storybrooke, right before Regina undoes Peter Pan's curse, which sends them all back to the Enchanted Forest. When Snow White re-enacts the curse, a weak Neal is sharing bodies with his father Rumplestiltskin as the only way to survive. Since Emma needs to split the two of them so Mr. Gold can reveal who they are fighting against, Neal dies as a hero. ("The Miller's Daughter", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "Going Home", "A Curious Thing", "Quiet Minds")

Neal NolanEdit

Main article: Neal Nolan

Neal Nolan débuts in the twentieth episode of the third season. He is the son of Mary Margaret and David. Shortly after he is born, Zelena steals the baby as an ingredient required for a spell she plans to cast. When Regina's light magic defeats Zelena, the baby is rescued. During a ceremony in Granny's Diner, Mary Margaret and David announce the boy will be named after a hero, Neal. ("Kansas", "Snow Drifts", "There's No Place Like Home")

Nicholas ZimmerEdit

Main article: Nicholas Zimmer

Nicholas Zimmer débuts, with his only appearance, in the ninth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Quinn Lord. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Hansel. Nicholas is Ava's twin brother. The two siblings become orphaned after their mother Dory passes away. With no other parental guardian, they fend for themselves. One day, they are caught stealing in Mr. Clark's pharmacy and try to blame it on Henry. Emma lets it drop, but follows the children home to see they are all alone. Further digging into their records shows no father is listed on their birth certificates, so Emma asks if they possess a personal item that can possibly vouch as a clue to the past. Ava gives her a compass their mother owned, which leads Emma to a man named Michael. He recognizes the compass as the one he gave Dory a long time ago, but had no prior knowledge of fathering twin children. Because he refuses to be the children's legal guardian, Emma has no choice but to bring them to Boston. When he drives up in his tow truck, Ava's compass begins moving. The two watch from the backseat as he converses with Emma, and is persuaded to take them in as his children. ("True North")

PaigeEdit

Main article: Paige

Paige débuts in the seventeenth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Alissa Skovbye. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Grace. Paige is a young resident of town who lives with her parents and classmate of Henry. Unknown to her, Jefferson constantly watches her secretly. While she did not retain any memories of her life in the Enchanted Forest, he did, so Jefferson remembers Paige being his daughter. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Jefferson musters up the courage to meet her in person despite holding onto guilt about leaving her alone in the previous life. Paige happily reunites with her father. ("Hat Trick", "Lady of the Lake")

Peter PanEdit

Main article: Peter Pan

Peter Pan débuts in the first episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Robbie Kay. He is the Neverland alias of Malcolm. Emma, David, Mary Margaret, Hook, Regina and Mr. Gold come back from Neverland with Henry, who was kept as hostage in the island. Unbeknownst to them, Pan and Henry switched bodies. When his plan of casting the Dark Curse is revealed, Mr. Gold manages to kill him with his dagger, sacrificing his own life as a price. ("The New Neverland", "Going Home")

Phillip Edit

Phillip débuts in the seventh episode of the fourth season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by an unknown baby. He is the son of Aurora and Prince Phillip. ("The Snow Queen")

PinocchioEdit

Main article: Pinocchio

Pinocchio débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Jakob Davies. He is the Enchanted Forest alias of August Booth. When August is severely injured, Mother Superior affirms she may be able to save him, since his actions were brave, truthful and unselfish. Using her wand, she turns August back to his child form. Since then, Pinocchio becomes a town resident, living with his father Marco. His hair is used by Mother Superior to make a memory potion for Mr. Clark. ("Selfless, Brave and True", "And Straight On 'Til Morning")

PongoEdit

Main article: Pongo

Pongo débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Cinder[7] the dog. Pongo is Archie's dog. Frequently, Archie takes him on daily walks. When his owner and Henry end up trapped in a collapsed mine, Pongo instinctively sniffs out the location above where the two are currently in, which prompts Emma to be lowered down to investigate. Pongo also is the only witness when Regina shows up at Archie's office. Though Pongo is paralyzed by her magic, he watches as she kills Archie. In the morning, Pongo goes to find Ruby who can understand the distress he conveys. She and Emma follow him and come across Archie's dead body. Later, Mr. Gold proves to Emma the key to finding the culprit of the murder is by looking into Pongo's memories of the night before. Using a dream catcher, Emma concentrates enough to see through Pongo's eyes who killed Archie. He briefly moves into Mary Margaret's apartment, but, when Archie's death is revealed to be fake, the shrink retrieves his dog. ("Welcome to Storybrooke", "That Still Small Voice", "The Cricket Game", "The Outsider")

Regina MillsEdit

Main article: Regina Mills

Regina Mills débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Lana Parrilla. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Evil Queen. As the caster of the curse, Regina wields ultimate power and control over the residents of Storybrooke until the day the prophesied savior, Emma, arrives. More troubling, Emma is also the birth mother of Regina's adopted son, Henry, and thus she does her best to drive the blonde out of town. Unable to kill Emma, lest the curse will break, she tries to poison her, but Henry takes the fall. By bestowing the boy a kiss of true love, Emma breaks the curse as everyone—including Henry—turns against Regina. Without magic, she finds herself powerless, and regains her powers from a book. Regina attempts to make Henry return to her side, but realizes his love must be earned instead of taken by force. From then on, she strives to not use magic, but the arrival of her mother, Cora, shakes things up. Temporarily, she allies herself with Cora, which ends with her mother's untimely death. Upon discovering David and Mary Margaret want to return to the Enchanted Forest with Henry without her, Regina steals their magic beans. She retrieves a powerful trigger, intending to destroy everyone in town, but it is stolen by outsiders Greg and Tamara, who activate it. Combined with Emma's powers, Regina stops the trigger, though they are too late to rescue Henry as he is kidnapped to Neverland. When everyone comes back to Storybrooke, Peter Pan's casting of a new curse forces Regina to destroy the curse scroll, which sends them all back to the Enchanted Forest. When Snow White re-enacts the Dark Curse, Regina resumes life as a Storybrooke resident and develops a romantic relationship with Robin Hood. Additionally, she faces danger in the form of her half-sister Zelena, who manages to steal her heart to cast a spell. When Regina's light magic is able to defeat Zelena, she gives Henry true love's kiss; breaking the second curse. ("Pilot", "The Thing You Love Most", "An Apple Red as Blood", "A Land Without Magic", "Broken", "We Are Both", "The Cricket Game", "In the Name of the Brother", "The Miller's Daughter", "The Evil Queen", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "Witch Hunt", "Bleeding Through", "A Curious Thing")

Robin HoodEdit

Main article: Robin Hood (Storybrooke)

Robin Hood débuts in the thirteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Robin Hood. As to the second Dark Curse, Robin Hood and his Merry Men become Storybrooke residents. He develops feelings for Regina, who spends some time with him and his son. When his wife, Marian, is brought from the past, Robin Hood is happy to see her alive again. ("Witch Hunt", "Bleeding Through", "There's No Place Like Home")

RolandEdit

Main article: Roland (Storybrooke)

Roland débuts in the fifteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Raphael Alejandro. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Roland. As to the second Dark Curse, Roland becomes a Storybrooke resident, along with his father and the Merry Men. As Regina and Robin Hood start a relationship, the couple takes Roland for a night walk to the diner. There, Roland's mother, who was supposed to be dead, reappears, and the family happily reunites. ("Quiet Minds", "There's No Place Like Home")

RubyEdit

Main article: Ruby

Ruby débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Meghan Ory. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Red Riding Hood. Ruby is the adventurous and flirtatious granddaughter of Granny who works as a waitress at the diner. She has a stormy relationship with Granny due to her frequent late night outings. Eventually, Granny wants her to begin working on the weekend to learn more responsibilities in running the diner; much to Ruby's disdain. In protest against the dictation, Ruby quits her waitressing job to experiment with as an assistant at the sheriff's station. Despite flaunting a confident physical exterior, Ruby is actually quite self-conscious in her abilities to be useful. On Sheriff Swan's orders, Ruby scours the Toll Bridge for possible clues linked to the disappearance of town resident Kathryn. Ruby's knack for finding things leads her to a jewelry box. To her horror, she gets a glimpse of a real human heart inside. The traumatic ordeal is enough for her to realize this is not the kind of job she wants to stay in. Ruby returns to the diner a changed person, and admits her flaws to Granny. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, Ruby steps up as an assertive helper in those in need of it; such as directing the townspeople in the aftermath of the Wraith attack, convincing David he needs to be a leader, and assisting Belle's search for a place to stay and a job. As the first curse-free wolfs time approaches, Ruby has anxiety over what will happen if she changes into a wolf during the night. In the morning, she awakens in the forest with no memory of anything that transpired while in wolf form. The discovery of Billy's dismembered body causes some to believe she is the murder; even herself. However, David and Granny find out Ruby is wrongfully blamed, and his death was not at her hands. ("Red-Handed", "We Are Both", "The Crocodile", "Child of the Moon")

Sean HermanEdit

Main article: Sean Herman

Sean Herman débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Tim Phillipps. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Prince Thomas. Sean is the son of Mitchell and ex-boyfriend of Ashley. Due to pressure by his father, he abandons Ashley upon finding out she is pregnant. Sean is not comfortable with going against his father; even after Sheriff Swan tries to convince him otherwise. After Ashley gives birth in the hospital, Sean apologizes for not being there for her. Together, the three of them become a family. He takes a job at the cannery to support Ashley and the baby, but his long shifts at work don't allow him to spend much time at home. Despite it all, on Valentine's Day, Sean makes a surprise visit to the bar where Ashley is having a girls' night out. He proposes to her, to which she agrees. To celebrate, Sean takes her out for a spin in his truck. After the Dark Curse is broken, he and Ashley move in together.[2] ("The Price of Gold", "Skin Deep")

Severe NurseEdit

Main article: Severe Nurse

The Severe Nurse débuts in the twelfth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Ingrid Torrance. Her Enchanted Forest counterpart is unknown. The nurse works at the hospital supervising the entry of guests visiting the psychiatric ward. Jefferson disguises as an orderly and puts sedatives in the tea he gives her. After she passes out, he takes her keys and proceeds to free a patient, Belle. Later, Belle is induced into the hospital for recovery. When the girl has a hysterical outburst, the nurse is forced to pacify her with a drug shot. The nurse is also there when Belle, now under the persona of Lacey, leaves the hospital. ("Skin Deep", "A Land Without Magic", "Tiny", "Lacey")

The ShadowEdit

Main article: The Shadow

The Shadow débuts in the twenty-first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. After the Shadow is forced to transport the Jolly Roger from Neverland to Storybrooke, the creature remains trapped in the sail. While Pan is inhabiting the body of Henry, he releases the Shadow from the sail just in time for it to chase after Mother Superior and kill her. When Tinker Bell, Neal, David and Hook procure the Black Fairy's wand, an item needed to return Henry to his body, the Shadow attacks them in a church. As Tinker Bell traps the Shadow in a coconut and throws it into an open fire, the Shadow is destroyed, causing Mother Superior to be revived. ("The New Neverland", "Going Home")

Sidney GlassEdit

Main article: Sidney Glass

Sidney Glass débuts in the second episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Giancarlo Esposito. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Magic Mirror. Sidney is the reporter of the town's newspaper the Daily Mirror. Under the radar, he works under mayor Regina's orders. When Regina wants Emma out of Storybrooke, he tries his best to expose the woman in a bad light for front page news. Secretly, Sidney harbors strong feelings for Regina, which she uses to her own advantage. He feigns being fired by Regina only to team up with Emma while pretending to have animosity towards the mayor. He and Emma compile evidence that Regina stole money from the town budget to spend for her own reasons. They confront her at a town hall meeting and get shot down when Regina admits she is using the money to build a new playground for the children of Storybrooke. In actuality, this was all part of Regina's ploy to make Emma look bad in the eyes of the public, which Sidney helped to make happen. Regina also stages the fake murder of Kathryn with Mr. Gold's assistance to pinpoint the blame on Mary Margaret. When Kathryn reappears unharmed, Regina fears all the evidence from the case will trace back to herself. So, she has Sidney give a full confession to the kidnapping in her stead. Although Emma doesn't buy it, she doesn't have proof to accuse Regina. Later, Sidney is incarcerated in the hospital's psychiatric ward for his supposed crime. ("The Thing You Love Most", "Fruit of the Poisonous Tree", "The Return", "A Land Without Magic")

Snow WhiteEdit

Main article: Snow White

Snow White débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. When Henry Mills is given a storybook by his teacher, he begins to be aware of the curse affecting all Storybrooke residents [4]. After reading the book for the first time, Henry looks at Miss Blanchard and sees Snow White, realizing that was her Enchanted Forest identity. ("Going Home")

StephenEdit

Main article: Stephen

Stephen débuts in the fourth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Luke Camilleri. He does not have a Storybrooke counterpart. While in Rumplestiltskin's possession during the casting of the Dark Curse, he and his wife are transported to Storybrooke and remain as marionettes in Mr. Gold's shop. ("The Price of Gold", "That Still Small Voice")

TamaraEdit

Main article: Tamara

Tamara débuts in the fifteenth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Sonequa Martin-Green. She does not have a counterpart. Tamara comes to Storybrooke under the guise of adjusting to her fiancé Neal's unexpected fatherhood to Henry. She also learns the truth about his past in the Enchanted Forest. Tamara plays the part of Neal's adoring girlfriend, but in actuality she is together with Greg in their shared job assigned by the "Home Office" to infiltrate and destroy magic. The couple kidnap Henry and take him to Neverland, where both Greg and Tamara get killed. ("Selfless, Brave and True", "The Evil Queen", "Second Star to the Right", "And Straight On 'Til Morning", "The Heart of the Truest Believer")

Tinker Bell (Enchanted Forest)Edit

Main article: Tinker Bell (Enchanted Forest)

Tinker Bell débuts in the third episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Rose McIver. She is the Enchanted Forest counterpart of Tinker Bell. Following a journey out of Neverland to Storybrooke, Tinker Bell meets Mother Superior at the diner and is encouraged by Regina to prove she deserves her wings back, but the former fairy still does not believe in herself. When Pan is revealed to have switched bodies with Henry, Tinker Bell suggests they use the Black Fairy's wand to restore him to his real identity. With David, Neal and Hook, she rushes to Mother Superior, who just got killed by the Shadow. When the creature attacks them, Tinker Bell manages to use pixie dust to fly and imprison the Shadow in a coconut, throwing it into an open fire. The destruction of the Shadow due to Tinker Bell's belief in her magic causes a revived Mother Superior to give back Tinker Bell's wings, gratefully. As Regina undoes Pan's Dark Curse, Tinker Bell and the other Storybrooke residents are sent back to the Enchanted Forest. ("The New Neverland", "Going Home")

Tinker Bell (Storybrooke)Edit

Main article: Tinker Bell (Storybrooke)

Tinker Bell débuts, with her only appearance, in the sixteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Rose McIver. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of Tinker Bell. When Tinker Bell sees recognizes Robin Hood's lion tattoo, she encourages Regina to talk to him, since he was once predicted to be her true love. Later that day, Wicked Witch Zelena publicly reveals herself as Regina's half-sister and forces her sibling into a showdown on Main Stret. Tinker Bell is one of the townspeople to wwitness Regina being thrown into the clock tower by Zelena, who later flees on her broomstick. ("It's Not Easy Being Green")

TonyEdit

Tony débuts, with his only appearance, in the fifth episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by an unknown actor. His Enchanted Forest counterpart is unknown. He works as a cook in Granny's diner. ("Red-Handed")

WalterEdit

Main article: Walter

Walter débuts in the third episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Faustino Di Bauda. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of Sleepy. Walter is one of the town's residents. He works as a security guard at the hospital. After the breaking of the Dark Curse, he and the five other dwarves—excluding Mr. Clark—help to mine for diamonds, which are vital for making fairy dust and bridging Emma and Mary Margaret's safe return from the Enchanted Forest. He becomes friends with Anton the giant and helps to plant as well as grow magic beans. ("Snow Falls", "We Are Both", "Tiny")

Wendy DarlingEdit

Main article: Wendy Darling

Wendy Darling débuts in the twenty-first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Freya Tingley. She does not have a counterpart. Following a safe journey out of Neverland to Storybrooke, Wendy reunites with her brothers John and Michael. The trio then leaves town and returns to London. ("The New Neverland")

The White RabbitEdit

Main article: The White Rabbit

The White Rabbit débuts in the first episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and is voiced by John Lithgow. From Wonderland, the White Rabbit breaches a portal into Storybrooke to send the Knave after Alice to tell her Cyrus is alive. Some time after, he brings Alice and Cyrus to Storybrooke to retrieve Will's heart, hidden in his apartment. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "Heart of the Matter")

Will ScarletEdit

Main article: Will Scarlet (Storybrooke)

Will Scarlet, also known as the Knave of Hearts, débuts in the first episode of Once Upon a Time in Wonderland, and is portrayed by Michael Socha. Cursed by the Evil Queen, he manages to hide his heart in a safe place. Since the breaking of the Dark Curse, the Knave lives a comfortable life and has nothing to do with his former life in Wonderland until the White Rabbit sends him to fetch Alice, who needs to know Cyrus is not dead. ("Down the Rabbit Hole", "Heart of the Matter")

William SmeeEdit

Main article: William Smee (Storybrooke)

William Smee débuts in the fourth episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Christopher Gauthier. He is the Storybrooke counterpart of William Smee. Smee is hired by Moe after the breaking of the Dark Curse to find his daughter Belle. Fear turns to joy as she reunites with her father, but Moe is displeased with her continued romantic conduct with Mr. Gold. Unable to sway her opinion, Moe orders Smee to take Belle down to the mines and across the town border so she will lose her Enchanted Forest memories. Smee does as he is asked and pulls Belle into a mine cart that sends her rushing out of town underground, but Mr. Gold appears in time to stop it with magic. Smee is captured by Mr. Gold for interrogation concerning Hook's whereabouts. He admits the man never came to Storybrooke. Later, Smee is used as a test subject by Mr. Gold in checking to see if a potion he made works. Once Smee's most prized possession—a hat—is doused with the potion's liquid and put back on his head, Mr. Gold pushes him over the border. With the potion's effects, Smee's Enchanted Forest memories stay intact. Once Hook arrives in town, Smee realigns himself in his favor and performs the task of stealing Mr. Gold's shawl. Mr. Gold sets out to find Hook, but instead finds Smee. To deal out a punishment for the thievery, he transforms him into a rat. When Regina stops Pan's curse, Smee is sent back to the Enchanted Forest with all Storybrooke residents. When Snow White re-enacts the curse, Smee is brought to Storybrooke in human form. ("The Crocodile", "The Outsider", "Going Home", "The Jolly Roger")

WolfEdit

Main article: Wolf

The Wolf débuts, with his only appearance, in the seventh episode of the first season of Once Upon a Time. After Sheriff Graham begins having recollections of his past life as the Huntsman, the wolf who accompanied him back in the Enchanted Forest appears to him in Storybrooke and leads him to his heart in Regina's vault. After that, the wolf leaves and is never seen again. ("The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter")

WraithEdit

Main article: Wraith

The Wraith, also known as Qui Shen, débuts in the first episode of the second season of Once Upon a Time. It is a soul sucker creature which Mr. Gold summons to punish Regina as revenge for having imprisoned Belle in an asylum for the Dark Curse's duration of twenty-eight years. David, Mary Margaret and Emma try to open a portal with Jefferson's hat to send the Wraith to another world. The plan is successful, but mother and daughter end up falling through the portal as well. ("Broken")

ZelenaEdit

Main article: Zelena (Storybrooke)

Zelena débuts in the thirteenth episode of the third season of Once Upon a Time, and is portrayed by Rebecca Mader. She is the Storybrooke counterpart of the Wicked Witch of the West. Zelena publicly reveals herself as Regina's half-sister, who was abandoned as a baby by Cora. To fulfill her plan to cast a time spell, Zelena keeps Mr. Gold under control by possessing his dagger. She manages to steal Regina's heart and David's sword, other ingredients for the spell. She also kidnaps David and Mary Margaret's newly born son. When Regina's light magic defeats Zelena, she is held in a jail cell. Seeking revenge, Mr. Gold kills her, which causes the time spell to activate. ("It's Not Easy Being Green", "The Tower", "Bleeding Through", "A Curious Thing", "Kansas")

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