- Al McWhiggin
- Amy's Barbie Doll
- Andy Davis
- Barrel of Monkeys
- The Bensons
- Big Baby
- Billy, Goat and Gruff
- Bitey White
- Bo Peep
- Bucket o' Soldiers
- Buzz Lightyear
- Carl Reineroceros
- Chairol Burnett
- Chatter Telephone
- Chuckles the Clown
- The Cleaner
- Combat Carl
- Duke Caboom
- Dump Truck
- Etch A Sketch
- Emperor Zurg
- Fur Bear
- Gabby Gabby
- Garbage Truck Toys
- Giggle McDimples
- Harmony's Mother
- Karen Beverly
- Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear
- Lotso's Gang
- Melephant Brooks
- Molly Davis
- Ms. Wendy
- Mr. Anderson
- Mr. Mike
- Mr. Potato Head
- Mr. Pricklepants
- Mr. Spell
- Mr. Tony
- Mrs. Anderson
- Mrs. Potato Head
- Ms. Davis
- Old Timer
- RC Car
- Rock 'Em Sock 'Em Robots
- Rocky Gibraltar
- Roly Poly Clown
- Rubber Duck
- See 'n Say
- Sid Philips
- Slinky Dog
- Stinky Pete
- Ultra Buzz Lightyear
- Zurg's Bots
Aliens are a major part of the Toy Story franchise. In the first movie they are featured as a group of three aliens who are trying to save Woody. They are later seen in the other movies accompanying their leader, Emperor Zurg.
He is the owner of Al's Toy Barn, a toy store that specializes in rare and collectible toys. He is a greedy and ruthless businessman who will do whatever it takes to get his hands on rare and valuable toys.
Amy's Barbie DollEdit
She is a Barbie Doll, who is owned by Molly's (Andy's sister) friend, Amy. She is recognizable by her paint tattoos on the right side of her face, and some of her hair cut off. Despite her altered appearance, she still has a strong emotional attachment to her owner, Amy.
Andy is the central character in the Toy Story franchise, who owns a group of sentient toys, including Woody and Buzz. Throughout the movies, Andy forms a close bond with his toys, but ultimately must part with them when he leaves for college at the end of Toy Story 3, where he gifts the toys to Bonnie Anderson.
Axel the Carnie is a character who is the barker of the carnival game, Star Adventurer.
She is typically depicted as a fashionable and stylish toy, who is often admired by other characters in the series.
Barrel of MonkeysEdit
The Barrel of Monkeys is a real-life toy that appears in the Toy Story series. It is made by Milton Bradley and consists of a colored barrel (in Andy's case, it's yellow) that contains twelve red monkeys. The goal of the game is to pick up the most monkeys by creating a chain with their hooked arms. It can be seen in the background of the Toy Story films, and is played with by Andy and his sister, Molly.
Benson is a vintage ventriloquist dummy who is Gabby Gabby's assistant. He leads a group of other ventriloquist dummies that serve as Gabby's henchmen.
Big Baby is a major supporting antagonist in the Disney/Pixar film Toy Story 3, and is appropriately named as he is a large baby doll, similar in size to a real baby. He was once owned by Daisy, but was lost and ended up at Sunnyside Daycare along with Lotso and Chuckles.
Billy, Goat and GruffEdit
Billy, Goat, and Gruff are three porcelain sheep joined together and appear as minor characters in the Toy Story and Toy Story 2. They are often mistakenly believed to be a single sheep with three heads. They can be seen in the background of the films and are part of Andy's toy collection.
In Toy Story 4, Bitey White is a toy tiger who is a minor character. She is one of Bonnie's old toys that are kept in her closet. Her name is a play on the name of her voice actress, Betty White.
She is strong-willed and determined, and is always ready to lend a helping hand when needed. With her signature blue and white outfit and her classic sheep, Bo Peep is an icon of childhood innocence and wonder.
He is a minor antagonist in the movie, appearing as a worm who lives in a library book. He is initially hostile towards the toys, but eventually becomes friends with them and joins them on their journey to find a new home.
Making her debut in Toy Story 3, she is a young girl who takes possession of Woody, Buzz and the other toys that belonged to Andy after he leaves for college.
Bucket o' SoldiersEdit
The Bucket o' Soldiers, also known as the Green Army Men, are a group of miniature green plastic soldiers that appear in the Toy Story franchise. They are led by a toy soldier named Sarge and are owned by Andy.
Bunny is a fluffy blue toy rabbit with a green belly, paws, and ears, purple glitter eyes, and a dark blue nose. He is often seen together with Ducky in the film.
Bullseye is one of the main characters introduced in Toy Story 2. He is Jessie's horse and a member of Woody's Roundup. He is a friendly, loyal, and affectionate horse who acts more like a dog.
Buttercup is a white unicorn with a golden horn, mane, tail, hooves, and two pink hearts on his nostrils, he is owned by Bonnie Anderson, and even though the feminine appearance, he is a male unicorn.
He is Andy's pet dachshund, who is a real-life dog, not a toy. He is first seen in Toy Story 2, where he is introduced as a new addition to Andy's family. He is known to be playful, friendly, and loves playing with the toys.
He is a toy space ranger action figure of the Toy Story Series. He is voiced by actor Tim Allen and is known for his catchphrase, "to infinity and beyond!"
Carl Reineroceros is a senior toy among Bonnie's collection. Due to his age, he mostly stays in the closet with the other senior baby toys, although he was frequently played with in the past, and fondly remembers the game "hat shop."
Chairol Burnett is a minor character, one of Bonnie's old toys. She is kept in Bonnie's closet along with other characters such as Bitey White, Carl Reineroceros, and Melephant Brooks. Her name is a play on the name of her voice actor, Carol Burnett.
One of the oldest toys in Sunnyside Daycare. Chatter cannot speak unless the phone is lifted from his cradle.
Chuckles the ClownEdit
Chuckles the Clown is a minor character in the Toy Story 3. He is a vintage toy clown and one of Woody's oldest friends from Andy's room.
Chunk is a rock-like toy with poseable oversized limbs and fists ready to smash any obstacles in his way. But don't let his friendly face fool you! Press down on the hidden head spike and he'll become a fearsome beast ready to crush any who get out of line.
He is shown to be quite efficient in his cleaning duties, quickly getting rid of the dirt and grime on Woody's suit.
Combat Carl is a character from the Toy Story franchise. He is a toy soldier action figure who is a member of the "Green Army Men" group of toys. He is known for his bravery and dedication to duty, and is often seen leading the other soldiers in various missions and battles.
Daisy is the girl who previously owned Chuckles, Lotso, and Big Baby in Toy Story 3. She is not seen in the movie, but her toys, Lotso and Chuckles, talk about her and mention her throughout the film.
First appearing in Toy Story 3, Dolly is a rag doll who is one of Bonnie's toys and she is the self-proclaimed leader of her toys. She is a loyal friend to Bonnie and the other toys, and she is always willing to help out and come up with new ideas.
Ducky is a small yellow fluffy toy duck. She has an orange beak and feet, small yellow wings, and magenta eyes with big eyelashes.
Duke Caboom is a supporting character who is a motorcycle action figure from the 1970s from Canada. He has been isolated for many years before meeting Bo Peep.
The dump truck is a toy truck that can be seen at Sunnyside Daycare. It's mostly used by Lotso and his gang to travel around the daycare center, but sometimes some gang members ride on it too.
Etch A SketchEdit
The Etch A Sketch is a real-life toy that appears in the Toy Story franchise. It is a magic screen art pad made by the Ohio Art company. It is one of Andy's toys and can be seen in Toy Story and Toy Story 2, where it plays a supporting role in both films.
She is a young girl who owned Jessie and loved her very much. However, one day Emily outgrew her and left her behind in a donation box to Goodwill.
Zurg is typically portrayed as an evil emperor who is in command of an army of robots, which he uses to carry out his nefarious plans. These robots are often shown to be highly advanced and capable of performing a variety of tasks, from combat to manual labor. They are also typically portrayed as being completely loyal to Zurg and willing to obey his every command.
Forky is a character in the Toy Story franchise, making his debut in the fourth installment of the series, Toy Story 4, which was released in June 2019. He is created by Bonnie, who gives him googly eyes and a red pipe cleaner and transform a spork into him.
It is a plush toy that is seen on Andy's desk during Woody's staff meeting, waving at Woody to acknowledge that he can hear him.
Gabby Gabby is the main character in Toy Story 4, initially an antagonist but later becomes a supporting character. She is a 1950s vintage doll that used to be in Second Chance Antiques, who longs for the affection of a little girl named Harmony.
Garbage Truck ToysEdit
The three toys are dirty, covered in mud, and splattered with bugs. They appear at Tri-County Landfill tied to the garbage truck's front grille as ornaments by the driver with thin rope.
In Toy Story 4, Giggle McDimples is a major character voiced by Ally Maki. She is an anthropomorphic miniature plastic figure from a 1980s toy line of the same name.
He is a piggy bank and a close friend of Woody and the other toys. He is known for his wisecracks and his love of money, often seen counting his coins. He is voiced by John Ratzenberger.
Harmony is a minor character who is the granddaughter of Margaret. Gabby Gabby wishes to be adopted by her.
Harmony's Mother is a minor character, who is the daughter of Margaret. She expresses concerns about allowing Harmony to keep the antique toys, saying that she already has too many toys.
A character from the animated film A Bug's Life. He is a large and overweight caterpillar who made a brief cameo in Toy Story 2.
A toy at Sunnyside Daycare,Jack in the Box toy, who is seen emerging from his box when the toys from Andy's room fall to the floor after accidentally knocking the box they were in off the counter.
She is a spunky and energetic doll, who has a strong sense of adventure and a deep loyalty to her friends.
Karen Beverly is a small role character. She is a toy that Bonnie made out of a plastic knife in the first grade and has the ability to think and act on her own.
Ken is a character in the Toy Story franchise, inspired by the popular Barbie toy. He makes his first appearance in Toy Story 3 and later in the short film, Hawaiian Vacation. He develops feelings for Barbie in the course of the franchise.
He is often seen sitting on Andy's dresser and is not able to move on his own. He is known for his distinctive binocular shape, and his ability to zoom in and out by turning his eyepiece.
Lotso is a main character who is a large pink teddy bear with a strawberry scent. He is the leader of Sunnyside Daycare and runs it like a prison with the help of his minions. He is also known as Lots-o'-Huggin' Bear, or simply "Lotso" for short.
The gang, led by Lotso, is a group of evil toys at Sunnyside Daycare. Their main goal is to keep the toys confined within the daycare and prevent them from escaping at any cost.
Margaret runs the Second Chance Antique Store and regularly allows her granddaughter, Harmony, to take her antique toys without any charge.
Melephant Brooks is a toy elephant who is a minor character. His name is a play on the name of his voice actor, Mel Brooks.
Molly Davis is a minor character from the Toy Story franchise. She is the owner of the toys in the films and a child who is seen in Toy Story 2, She is Andy's younger sister and is seen playing with her toys, including her Barbie Dolls.
The Monkey is a character who is a toy in the form of a Musical Jolly Chimp. He serves as a major antagonist but ultimately reforms by the end of the film.
Bonnie's kindergarten teacher. She only appears twice in the film and little else is known about her, but she seems to be a very pleasant person.
He is Bonnie's father. He first appeared in the franchise when he was explaining to Bonnie that toys are not allowed in school.
He is a microphone and tape recorder toy made by Playskool, that also has an AM/FM radio tuner. He is one of Andy's many toys, and he is not seen frequently in the movies.
Mr. Potato HeadEdit
He is a plastic toy modeled after a potato, who can be disassembled and reassembled in various ways. He is known for his quick wit and his ability to detach and reattach his own body parts, he is voiced by the late Don Rickles.
Mr. Pricklepants is a character in the Toy Story franchise, making his first appearance in Toy Story 3. He is a hedgehog toy and serves as a supporting character in the movie.
He is a toy that is a part of Andy's collection. He is a small, yellow, plastic toy that is shaped like a computer keyboard and has a screen that displays different letters when certain keys are pressed.
In Toy Story 3, Tony is an elderly janitor at Sunnyside Daycare, as identified by his name tag.
Mrs. Anderson is the receptionist at Sunnyside Daycare and is also friends with Mrs. Davis. She is first introduced in the story when she donates a box of toys to the daycare.
Mrs. Potato HeadEdit
She is the wife of Mr. Potato Head and is also a toy that belongs to Andy's toy collection. She is a plastic toy that can be taken apart and put together again with different parts, such as eyes, nose, mouth, and ears. She is known for her distinctive pink and white color and is often seen with her husband Mr. Potato Head.
Despite being a strict but fair parent, Ms. Davis still argues with her children, Andy and Molly, over trivial matters like any other parent. Nevertheless, she is deeply devoted and loving towards them.
Old Timer makes a short appearance at the start of the Toy Story 4 as one of Bonnie's toys that she has outgrown. He informs Woody that he has been keeping track of the numerous times he has not been played with.
Woody first encounters the Peas-in-a-Pod after being played with by Bonnie. As Bonnie leaves to make a spaceship, Woody backs away and accidentally bumps into the pod. The pod unzips to reveal three plush peas, Peatey, Peanelope, and Peatrice.
He is a remote-controlled car who is the first toy that Woody and Buzz Lightyear encounter after they are accidentally left behind by Andy's family in the first Toy Story film. He is initially unresponsive, but later comes to life and helps Woody and Buzz return to Andy's house.
Rejean is a minor character who was the previous owner of Duke Caboom.
Despite his appearance as a dinosaur, he is insecure about his lack of ferociousness and worries that he may be replaced by a scarier toy. His fear of being replaced is only surpassed by his fear of Sid, a human who toys find as a tormentor.
In the Toy Story series, there is a red and blue educational robot toy named "Robot" who is shown to have a strong friendship with Snake. He is commonly seen building with blocks and is known to be friends with Mr. Potato Head, Hamm, Rex, and Slinky, often seen sitting with them during meetings and sharing sleeping space on the bookshelf.
Rock 'Em Sock 'Em RobotsEdit
Also a minor character in the Toy Story franchise.
He is a toy figure of a former heavyweight wrestler, based on the collectible Wrestling Superstars figures made by Hasbro. He is known for being the strongest toy in Andy's room and does not speak in the films, but he is shown to talk in third-person in the Toy Story Animated StoryBook game.
Roly Poly ClownEdit
He is a loyal friend to Woody and Buzz, often providing the comic relief when things get tough.
Owned by Al McWhiggin.
Sarge is a highly disciplined and organized leader who takes his duty as a toy soldier very seriously. He is loyal to Woody, and under his orders, sends his troops on different missions, most commonly reconnaissance.
He is a bulldog toy who is owned by Sid, the toy-torturing boy who is Andy's neighbor. Scud is fiercely loyal to Sid, but he is also shown to be quite aggressive, frequently chasing after and attacking the other toys.
See 'n SayEdit
See 'n Say is a series of real-life educational toy for toddlers made by Mattel. In Toy Story, Andy owns a 1989 "The Farmer Says" model. See 'n Say is one of Andy's many toys and it is a recurring character.
A rubber toy shark that can be seen among Andy's toy collection.
Sid Phillips is a character from the Toy Story franchise. He is the main antagonist of the first film, the neighbor of Andy and Molly and the older brother of Hannah. He is known for his destructive and sadistic behavior towards toys, often taking them apart and putting them back together in grotesque ways.
He is a toy dachshund made of a spring, and is one of Andy's favorite toys. He is known for his loyalty and his ability to stretch and contort his body in various ways.
He is a green and purple jointed rattlesnake toy that first appeared in Toy Story. He is shown to be good friends with Robot, as they are often seen together in the films.
Sparks is a character in Toy Story 3, serving as one of the supporting villains, but he ultimately reforms in the end of the film.
He is an old and bitter toy who was once a star on the children's television show Woody's Roundup, along with Woody, Jessie, and Bullseye. He is determined to go to the museum with Woody, Jessie and Bullseye, and will stop at nothing to make it happen.
Stretch is a purple rubbery octopus toy who is located in Sunnyside Daycare. She has suction cups on her tentacles and is covered in glitter. She also works in the repair spa in the Butterfly Room, providing massages for toys.
One of the background characters of the Toy Story franchise and a part of Andy's toy collection.
Tinny, who still maintains his cheerful personality despite his age, is the "owner" of the club located beneath the Tiki Party pinball machine at the Antique Store, where all the antique toys congregate.
An egg-shaped plastic toys in the style of a Matruoshka dolls with a paint of different animals.
Troll Doll is a Troll doll with abnormally large, pink hair wearing a blue bikini with oxeye daisies. She is good friends with Bo Peep and Rocky Gibraltar.
In Toy Story 3, Totoro makes a cameo appearance.
Trixie is a blue plastic toy, owned by Bonnie, who is part of the same toy line as Rex.
Twitch is an insect-like warrior action figure toy who is located at Sunnyside Daycare. He has features of a bug such as a head with red eyes, mandibles, wings, two beefy arms, removable chest armor and a battle staff.
Ultra Buzz LightyearEdit
He is a toy version of Buzz Lightyear who believes he is a real space ranger and has a blue utility belt as an accessory. He is similar in appearance to Andy's Buzz Lightyear, but is typically shown wearing his helmet.
He is a squeaky toy penguin who is initially found at a yard sale, and later rescued by Woody.
Woody is the main protagonist in the Toy Story franchise, a series of animated films produced by Pixar and released by Walt Disney Pictures. He is a traditional pull-string cowboy doll and the leader of Andy's toys. Woody is fiercely loyal to his owner, Andy, and his fellow toys, and is willing to do whatever it takes to protect them.
They serve as the robot henchmen of Emperor Zurg. They are portrayed as highly advanced robots that are capable of performing a variety of tasks, from combat to manual labor.