Hey there folks! I hope you all are doing great. Readers, the topic of discussion today is quite intriguing. It is about ugly Disney characters.
Furthermore, Ugly Disney characters don’t often get a Happily Ever After and are not as cute as Mickey Mouse or a Disney Princess. The Ugly Disney Characters usually get the short end of the stick even if they aren’t the primary villain in Disney animated movies.
Although, you will find ugly Disney characters in almost all Disney animated movies. Some of the ugly Disney characters are going to be funny, kind, clever, heroic, villains, courageous, and a lot more.
You know it’s a saying that beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. Yes, it is very true. Here you will find that these ugly Disney characters are very inspiring too. Whoever watches them, certainly learns something inspiring.
So guys the very next time when you see these ugly Disney characters, be sure to overlook their talents and positive personality characteristics.
Hence, without any further delay let’s begin with our list of 15 best ugly Disney characters that you must know. Hope you will enjoy this light piece of article.
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Best Ugly Disney characters:
1- Drizella Tremaine & Anastasia Tremaine
Movie – Cinderella
Drizella Tremaine, a secondary antagonist in Disney’s 1950 animated feature film, Cinderella. She is Anastasia’s biological older sister, Lady Tremaine’s eldest daughter, and Cinderella’s older stepsister. Snarky and greedy, Drizella does not care for romance, but rather money and power.
Anastasia Tremaine is a character who appears as a secondary antagonist of Disney’s 1950 animated feature film, Cinderella, but later becomes a supporting character in Cinderella II:
Dreams Come True, and the tritagonist of Cinderella III: A Twist in Time. She is Cinderella’s younger stepsister, Drizella Tremaine’s younger sister, and Lady Tremaine’s youngest daughter.
2- Evil Queen/Wicked Queen
Movie – Snow White & the Seven Dwarfs
The Evil Queen, a main antagonist of Disney’s 1937 animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, and the first Disney villain in the Disney animated features canon.
Determined to remain the fairest one of all, the Queen becomes insanely jealous of Snow White, the only one whose beauty surpasses her own.
She eventually disguises herself as an old woman to tempt Snow White into eating a poisoned apple, in a final attempt to do away with her only, unknowing rival.
The Evil Queen is generally regarded as one of the most iconic and menacing villains in cinematic history, once being voted the 10th greatest movie villain of all time by the American Film Institute. Additionally, she is one of the most prominent members of the Disney Villains line-up.
Movie – The Little Mermaid
Ursula or Sea Witch, the main antagonist of Disney’s 1989 animated feature film The Little Mermaid. She is a villainous Cecaelia (half-woman, half-octopus) who strikes deals with unfortunate merfolk with the promise of making their dreams come true.
Ursula’s contracts, however, are covertly designed to advance her own ambitions and cause general misery.
In the past, Ursula was a resident of King Triton’s palace, before being banished and exiled by order of the king. Scorned, she has since vowed to exact vengeance by harnessing the power of the king’s trident and installing herself as ruler of all the ocean.
Movie – The Emperor’s New Groove
Yzma, the main antagonist of Disney’s 2000 animated feature film, The Emperor’s New Groove. She is an evil sorceress and the former advisor to Emperor Kuzco.
She makes numerous attempts to do so with the aid of her (Former) dim-witted assistant, Kronk, and an arsenal of madcap potions.
Speaking of her personality, As the main villain of the Emperor’s New Groove franchise, Yzma is malicious, funny, silly, raspy, and power-hungry.
However, early in the first movie, it seems that she raised Kuzco, rather than his parents, and has been an advisor and the chemist to his family for many years.
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5- Mother Gothel
Movie – Rapunzel
Gothel presents herself with a theatrical flair, often flaunting her beauty and curvy appearance with much enthusiasm and dramatics.
This ties into the fact that she is a phenomenal actress, a dangerous manipulator, and very intelligent, while it also indicates that in her actual life before discovering the flower, she was indeed an actual stage actress and performer before she retired due to her aging.
Mother Gothel, the main antagonist of Disney’s 2010 animated feature film, Tangled. She is a wicked crone who has retained youth for hundreds of years through the healing properties of a magic, golden flower.
When the flower’s powers were unintentionally transferred to their hair of Rapunzel, Gothel kidnapped the princess and locked her away in a secluded tower, where she hoarded Rapunzel’s healing magic.
Movie – Aladdin
Jafar, the main antagonist of Disney’s 1992 animated feature film Aladdin. As Royal Vizier of Agrabah, he was presented as the Sultan’s most trusted and loyal advisor.
Jafar is loosely based on the wicked sorcerer and vizier from the Aladdin folktale in the One Thousand and One Nights collection of stories. Speaking of his personality, Jafar portrayed as an immoral psychopath who will not hesitate to destroy anyone he perceives as a threat to his own sinister designs.
Like numerous clinically-diagnosed psychopaths, Jafar wears a metaphorical mask of normalcy throughout the film, establishing himself as a cool-headed schemer and gaining the trust of those around him, despite his rather untrustworthy physical appearance.
7- Madame Medusa
Movie – The Rescuers
Madame Medusa, the main antagonist of Disney’s 1977 animated feature film, The Rescuers. She is the proprietor of a seedy pawn shop in New York City.
Talking about her personality, Medusa is an obsessive and greedy person. She obsessed with diamonds; when we first see her pawn shop, there is a prominent sign advertising half rates for people who bring in diamonds.
Her chief goal is to obtain the Devil’s Eye, the world’s biggest diamond, and she craves this single-mindedly to the point of giving no regard to smaller and still very valuable treasures.
8- Cruella De Vil
Movie – 101 Dalmatians
Cruella De Vil, the main antagonist of Disney’s 1961 animated feature film 101 Dalmatians. She is an eccentric, fashion-obsessed heiress who wishes to use the skins of 99 Dalmatian puppies. That is to create a spotted fur coat.
Regarded as a “witch” and “devil woman”, Cruella’s infatuation with furs drives her to murderous insanity. She commits immoral acts to satisfy her mania, such as kidnapping and slaughter.
Speaking of her personality, Cruella is known to be mean and rude. Also, she frequently barges into other people’s homes unannounced and openly disrespects others. Well, She adores attention but looks down on others, showing no sympathy or concern for anyone’s well-being.
However, She is also greedy and selfish and adores high fashion and art. Her interest in fashion revolves around furs from animals, particularly fur coats, as she is always wearing one.
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Movie – The Lion King
Scar, the main antagonist of Disney’s 1994 animated feature film, The Lion King. As the brother of Mufasa and second-born prince of the Pride Lands, Scar was next in line to assume the throne as king.
However, his chances were lost at the birth of his nephew, Simba. This embittered Scar with jealousy and a sense of entitlement, prompting him to develop a regicidal plot to take over the kingdom, with the aid of his hyena henchmen.
Talking about his personality, Scar is known to be very resentful of Mufasa and Simba, the latter for essentially ruining any chance of him legitimately becoming king.
His resentment and anger towards Mufasa were strong enough that, after he usurped Mufasa’s place on the throne by murdering him, he outlawed the very mention of Mufasa’s name whenever he was in anyone’s immediate vicinity.
Scar seems to possess somewhat of an inferiority complex, as evidenced by his sad resignation from the fact that he was passed over in the gene pool regarding brute strength.
Movie – The Hunchback of Notre Dame
Quasimodo, the protagonist of Disney’s 1996 animated feature film, The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Quasimodo was born with several deformities, possessing a hunched back among other physical abnormalities.
Because of his appearance, the kind-hearted bell-ringer of Notre Dame was condemned to the cathedral’s highest tower by his cruel caretaker, Judge Claude Frollo.
However, From his isolated home, Quasimodo developed a yearning to experience the outside world. And live a normal life amongst the people of Paris.
Though some would have regarded him with fear due to his appearance, Quasimodo is kind and gentle with a curious and trusting nature. Because he was raised in isolation by his master, Frollo, he was naïve to the realities of the world and Frollo’s intentions until he was grown.
Albeit, Quasimodo is a shy soul and was initially fearful of letting anyone see his face. His only companions aside from Frollo were his gargoyle friends, Victor, Hugo, and Laverne.
11- Edna Mode
Movie – The Incredibles
Edna Mode is a supporting character in Disney/Pixar’s 2004 animated film, The Incredibles, and its 2018 sequel. She is a fashion designer for Supers and a close friend of the Parr family.
Furthermore, Edna has created custom-made original outfits for superheroes since the “glory days”, proclaiming that she designs for gods. It is apparent that she feels infinitely superior to all other fashion designers in the world.
As she shows anger knowing that Elastigirl got a new outfit from a rival designer, and demands to be Mr. Incredible, Elastigirl, and Frozone’s exclusive designer “throughout the known universe and until the end of time” in return for looking after Jack-Jack for a day.
Movie – Monsters Inc
Roz is a supporting character in Disney•Pixar’s 2001 animated film Monsters, Inc. and a minor character in its 2013 prequel.
She is a grouchy slug-like monster with a perpetual frown who works at Monsters, Inc.. Roz is also the leader of the Child Detection Agency and is given the name Number 1 (001).
Speaking of personality, Roz is grumpy, especially to Mike due because she is always bugging them about the paperwork he does not file. She never smiles, except in the bloopers.
Want to know about appearance? She is an old slug with brownish-yellow skin, gray eyes, and light gray, pointed hair. On her face, she has a mole below the corner of her mouth and wears pink blush and dark pink lipstick.
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13- Mr. Smee
Movie – Peter Pan
Mr. Smee, the secondary antagonist of Disney’s 1953 animated feature film, Peter Pan. He is Captain Hook’s loyal first mate, though his bumbling behavior often prevents him from being much help.
In contrast to his megalomaniacal captain, Smee is soft-spoken and genial. He nevertheless enjoys piracy and longs to abandon Neverland in favor of returning to a life of plunder along the seven seas.
Talking about his physical appearance, Smee is a diminutive, portly gentleman with an odd, hourglass-shaped head.
He has shoulder-length, white hair (though the top of his head is bald) and thick, black eyebrows.
His nose is round, large, and pink, and the rest of his skin is slightly pink as well. In terms of attire, Smee wears what seems to be very simple, brown sandals, a short-sleeved shirt with alternating blue and white horizontal stripes, and blue shorts.
14- Queen of Hearts
Movie – Alice in Wonderland
The Queen of Hearts, the main antagonist of Disney’s 1951 animated feature film, Alice in Wonderland. She is the tyrannical and deranged ruler of Wonderland with a sadistic penchant for beheadings.
When Alice arrives in the kingdom and inadvertently humiliates the monarch, the Queen of Hearts becomes obsessed with decapitating the girl.
Speaking of her personality, The Queen of Hearts has a very psychotic personality. All the residents of Wonderland are mad (insane) in some way, but the Queen of Hearts is the most dangerous of them all by being the ruler of the land.
She is very egotistical, as she likes to hear the words “Yes, Your Majesty” and insists that “All ways are my ways!.
Movie – Hercules
Philoctetes (better known as Phil), the deuteragonist of Disney’s 1997 animated feature film, Hercules.
He is a crotchety, old Satyr (half-man, half-goat) who served as a trainer of heroes in Ancient Greece—most notably Achilles and the powerful demigod, Hercules.
Talking about his personality, he is A tough, rude, and crotchety old satyr half-man, half-goat.
Phil served as a trainer to the original Olympians in Ancient Greece, but has been burned by a bunch of hero wannabes and has to be talked into training Hercules.
Also, Philoctetes was the wisecracking trainer of heroes, having done it before with a miscellany of legends including Jason, Odysseus, Perseus, Theseus, and Achilles, but all of which didn’t work out despite Phil’s efforts.