Films: Child's Play (1988), Child's Play 2 (1990), Child's Play 3 (1991), Bride of Chucky (1998), Seed of Chucky (2004), Curse of Chucky (2013), Cult of Chucky (2017)
Alias: Charles Lee Ray
Location: Civilized area/Haunted home
Height/Weight: That of an average toddler.
Summary: Every kid likes dolls at some point. Perhaps even beyond that. But any kid whose been around Chucky for five minutes or less can tell you that you will never want a single doll in your lifetime ever again afterwards.
History: In order to cheat death, depraved serial killer Charles Lee "Chucky" Ray transplanted his soul with the help of voodoo magic. Now in the body of an ironically named "Good Guy" doll, he proceeds to wreak havoc on the populace, kill whomever he pleases, and psychologically torture any kid unfortunate enough to own and/or be around him.
Notable Kills: Any death is absurd to some degree if a small toy doll with a mouth to spare is behind it.
Final Fate: Chucky has been burnt, blown up, and just plain destroyed a lot. But he keeps coming back, sometimes with old and new doll compatriots, such as his old flame Tiffany Valentine. As of recently, he's managed to possess a human body finally, as well as other smaller bodies. However, his old owner Andy is also still out there, tracking him down and even hiring old friends to torture the still-living head of the original doll.
Powers/Abilities: Chucky can possess others, depending on the circumstances. He also inexplicably can still breed.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 4-The only thing that offsets Chucky's horrific capacity for evil is his twisted sense of humor, his hilariously short temper, and the spirited voice work by Brad Douriff. Aside from that, the depravity and sadism this guy is willing to commit is awful in every way, and even if he's never truly defeated, he will never know peace, and that's awesome.
Trivia: -Chucky was based on old "My Buddy" dolls from the director's childhood. He was even called Buddy in an early draft.
-At one point, Chucky was nominated the 1999 MTV Movie Villain of the Year for his performance in "Bride of Chucky".