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The following is a list of fictional characters in the fantasy action-adventure Dragonheart film series and the novelization of the original film, taking place in Europe from the Dark Ages to the High Middle Ages.

Cast[edit]

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  • This table shows the principal characters and the actors who have portrayed them throughout the franchise.
  • A dark grey cell indicates the character was not in the film or video game, or that the character's presence in the film or video game has not yet been announced.
  • A D indicates an appearance in deleted scenes only.
  • A O indicates an older version of the role.
  • A P indicates an appearance in on-screen photographs only.
  • A V indicates a voice-over role.
  • A Y indicates a younger version of the role.
Characters Films Video games
Dragonheart Dragonheart:
A New Beginning
Dragonheart 3:
The Sorcerer's Curse
Dragonheart:
Battle for the Heartfire
Dragonheart:
Vengeance
Dragonheart:
Fire & Steel
Dragonheart
1996 2000 2015 2017 2019 1996 1996
Bowen Dennis Quaid Flashback

Harry Van GorkumO

Einon David Thewlis

Lee OakesY

Gilbert Pete Postlethwaite Mentioned
Kara Dina Meyer

Sandra KovacikovaY

Felton Jason Isaacs
Brok Brian Thompson
Hewe Wolf Christian
Redbeard Terry O'Neill
King Freyne Peter Hric
Felton's Minx Eva Vejmelková
Aislinn Julie Christie
Draco Sir Sean ConneryV Flashback Confirmed by screenwriter to be in one of the surviving eggs Castle muralY

Main characters[edit]

Sir Bowen[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart and Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Sir Bowen (Dennis Quaid) is the male protagonist of Dragonheart, and an English knight of 'the Old Code'. He serves as Prince Einon's mentor, hoping to shape the boy under the code and make him a better king than his father, King Freyne. In the last year of his life, Bowen returned to Draco's cave, found a dragon egg close to hatching, and entrusted it to his friend Gilbert's monastery.

Kara[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Kara (Dina Meyer, adult; Sandra Kovacikova, young) is the female protagonist of Dragonheart.

Draco[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Draco, voiced by Sir Sean Connery

Geoffrey[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Geoffery "Geoff" (Christopher Masterson) is the main protagonist of Dragonheart: A New Beginning. He is an orphan stable boy living in a monastery who aspires to become a knight.

Drake[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Drake, voiced by Robby Benson

Gareth[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse and Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Gareth (Julian Morris) is the male protagonist of Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse.

Drago[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

Drago, voiced by Sir Ben Kingsley in The Sorcerer's Curse and Sir Patrick Stewart in Battle for the Heartfire, is a dragon

Rhonu[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse and Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Rhonu (Tamzin Merchant) is the female protagonist of Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse.

Lorne[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

Lorne (Jassa Ahluwalia) is an apprentice druid.

Edric[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Edric (Tom Rhys Harries, adult; Rafe Williams, young) is the male protagonist of Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire. He is the son of Prince Walter and Mehgan's twin brother.

Mehgan[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Mehgan (Jessamine-Bliss Bell, adult; Willa Williams, young) is the female protagonist of Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire. She is the daughter of Prince Walter and Edric's twin sister.

Lukas[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Vengeance

Lukas (Jack Kane)

Darius[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Vengeance

Darius (Joseph Millson, adult; , young)

Supporting characters[edit]

Brok[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Brok (Brian Thompson)

Redbeard[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Redbeard (Terry O'Neill) is the leader of the peasant rebellion and Kara's father. Under his leadership, the peasants in his village ambush and kill the tyrannical King Freyne. Shortly after Einon is made king, Redbeard is captured and nearly blinded on Einon's order but is saved by Bowen's intervention. Unfortunately, shortly after escaping, Redbeard is recaptured, blinded, and sentenced to work in the quarry with periodic visits from Kara. Twelve years later during one of Kara's visits, she implores Einon to release her father. Believing death to be a release instead of a punishment, Einon shoots Redbeard with an arrow and he dies in Kara's arms. The novelization reveals Redbeard's true name to be Riagon the Red.

Hewe[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Hewe (Wolf Christian) is a peasant suffering under Einon's rule in Dragonheart. In the novelization, he is also known as Hewe the Bear.

Queen Aislinn[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Queen Aislinn (Julie Christie) is the wife of King Freyne and the mother of Einon.

In the novelization, it's revealed that Aislinn is an educated Celtic woman coming from people who call the lands of the North Seas home. Draco refers to Aislinn as the "Daughter of Athelstun". She is a bride of conquest who was forced into a loveless marriage with Freyne by politics after he wiped out her people and drove the rest into hiding. Her people were believed to be capable of witchcraft as they co-existed with dragons and called them friends. Reduced to "a creature of submission" by her marriage, Aislinn is unable to bring herself to truly love Einon, leaving him vulnerable to be tainted by his father.[1]

Brother Gilbert of Glockenspur[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Brother Gilbert of Glockenspur (Pete Postlethwaite) is a monk and aspiring poet in Dragonheart. While riding his mule Merlin, Gilbert meets Bowen in pursuit of a dragon and witnesses Bowen slay the beast, impressed by the knight's skill. A deleted scene from the film reveals the purpose of Gilbert's pilgrimage as being to find Avalon and pray to the spirits of King Arthur and his Knights for the return of the Old Code; this moment is present in the novelization.

Lord Felton[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Lord Felton (Jason Issacs)

Trev[edit]

Appears in the novel: Dragonheart by Charles Edward Pogue

Trev is a peasant boy and tinker in the rebel army assembled by Bowen in Dragonheart. During archery training in a forest clearing with Gilbert and Hewe, Trev is easily impressed by Gilbert's surprising natural ability with a bow and arrow.[1]

Cavan, Uhlric, Ivor, Tavin and Trahern[edit]

Appear in: Dragonheart

In the film, the nameless dragonslayers Sir Cavan, Sir Uhlric, Sir Ivor, and brothers Tavin and Trahern[1] are summoned by Aislinn as her "mother's gift" to Einon to kill Draco.

Mansel[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Mansel (Matt Hickey) (Anthony O'Donnell, older voice)

Friar Peter[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Friar Peter (John Woodnutt)

Lian[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Lian (Rona Figueroa)

Master Kwan[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Master Kwan (Henry O)

Potter[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

Potter (Christopher Fairbank)

Traevor[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

Traevor (Jake Curran) is Rhonu's uncle.

Brother Osmund[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Brother Osmund (Martin Huston)

Councilor Marrakar[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Councilor Marrakar (Delroy Brown)

Earl Robert Cole[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Earl Robert Cole (Richard Cordery)

Sable[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Sable (Marte Germaine Christensen) is Thorgrim's right-hand woman.

Antagonists[edit]

Einon[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

Einon (David Thewlis, adult; Lee Oakes, young) is the main antagonist of Dragonheart. He is the son of King Freyne and Queen Aislinn.

Lord Osric of Crossley[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: A New Beginning

Lord Osric of Crossley (Harry Van Gorkum) is the main antagonist of Dragonheart: A New Beginning.

Brude[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

Brude (Jonjo O'Neill) is the main antagonist of Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse.

Sir Horsa[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse

Sir Horsa (Dominic Mafham) is the secondary antagonist of Dragonheart 3: The Sorcerer's Curse.

Thorgrim[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Thorgrim (André Eriksen) is the main antagonist of Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire. He is the leader of a Viking clan from Daneland.

Minor characters[edit]

King Freyne[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

King Freyne (Peter Hric) is Aislinn's husband and Einon's father. He's known as a tyrant king who kills for pleasure. While setting village huts on fire in the midst of a peasant rebellion, Freyne is ambushed and killed by a band of rebels led by Redbeard. In the novelization, it's revealed that Freyne claimed Aislinn as a bride of conquest through politics after he slaughtered her people and drove them into hiding as he wanted her solely for her beauty.[1]

Felton's minx[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart

In the film, Lord Felton's minx (Eva Vejmelková) is a silent and nameless background character that stands by his side as Felton pays Bowen 'kill' Draco when the latter 'attacks' his property. The novelization reveals the minx is a peasant woman who is the latest in a long line of Felton's "playmates", peasant women Felton would offer a 'respite' from working his fields by giving them a taste of finer living. However, unlike the others who were reluctant and resisted his advances, the minx is compliant. Felton is unable to remember her name except that it begins with 'Ro', with several guesses of her name being "Rowena, Rosamund, and Ronalda". The two rarely speak to each other and Felton uses pet names to refer to her. When Draco 'attacks', the minx's brief flirtation with Bowen compels the reluctant Felton to pay Bowen double his fee for his services with a bag of money given to the minx for safekeeping, only for Draco to apparently eat Bowen and fly off to their chagrin. During the battle in the woods, Felton is confronted by his minx, now a member of Bowen's rebel army, dressed in clothes she stole from Felton. With help from a well-aimed arrow from Gilbert, the minx strikes Felton down and makes off with his money purse and jeweled cuff before he blacks out.[1]

Walter[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Prince Walter (Turlough Convery, adult; Oliver Buck, young) is the son of King Gareth and Queen Rhonu, and Edric and Mehgan's father in Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire.

Kendra[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Kendra (Dina De Laurentiis)

Tomi[edit]

Appears in: Dragonheart: Battle for the Heartfire

Tomi (Edouard Philipponnat)

References[edit]

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 Pogue, Charles Edward (1996). Dragonheart. New York: Berkley Pub. Co. ISBN 1572971304. OCLC 34695081. OL 24944121M.

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