Greek Characters

The DHARMA Initiative

  • APHRODITE – (Amy Goodspeed)
    Goddess of Love, Beauty, and Desire.
  • APOLLO – (Horace Goodspeed)
    God of Music, Healing, Plague, Prophecies, Poetry, and Archery; associated with Light, Truth and the Sun.
  • ARES – (Kelvin Inman)
    God of War, Bloodlust, Violence, Manly Courage, and Civil Order.
  • ARTEMIS – (Olivia Goodspeed)
    Virgin Goddess of the Hunt, Wilderness, Animals, Childbirth and Plague.
  • ATHENA – (Annie)
    Goddess of Wisdom, Warfare, Battle Strategy, Heroic Endeavour, Handicrafts and Reason.
  • DEMETER – (Rosie)
    Goddess of Agriculture, Horticulture, Grain and Harvest.
  • DIONYSUS – (Jerry)
    God of Wine, Parties and Festivals, Madness, Drunkenness and Pleasure at Forever Young.
  • HADES – (Stuart Radzinsky)
    King of the Underworld, God of the Fead and the hidden wealth of the Earth.
  • HEPHAESTUS – (Dr. Pierre Chang)
    Crippled God of Fire, Metalworking, Stonemasonry, Sculpture and Volcanism.
  • HERA – (Opal)
    Queen of Marriage, Women, Childbirth, Heirs, Kings and Empires.
  • HERMES (II) – (Miles Straume) & HERMES (I) – (Jonas Whitfield)
    God of Travel, Messengers, Trade, Thievery, Cunning Wiles, Language, Writing, Diplomacy, Athletics, and Animal Husbandry.
  • HESTIA – (Lara Chang)
    Virgin Goddess of the Hearth, Home and Cooking.
  • POSEIDON – (Charles Widmore)
    God of the Sea, Rivers, Floods, Droughts, Earthquakes, and the Creator of Horses.
  • ZEUS – (Alvar Hanso)
    King of the Gods, the Ruler of Mount Olympus. God of the Sky, Weather, Thunder, Law, Order, and Fate.



  • AETHER – (Hector)
    God of the Upper Air and Light.
  • EREBUS – (Zoran Savo)
    God of Darkness and Shadow.
  • GAIA – (Emily Linus)
    Personification of the Earth (Mother Earth); Mother of the Titans.
  • CHAOS – (AA Moderator)
    The nothingness from which all else sprang.
  • CHRONOS – (Glen)
    The Keeper of Time.
  • NYX – (Susie Lazenby)
    Goddess of Night.
  • URANUS – (Principal Reynolds)
    God of the Heavens (Father Sky); Father of the Titans.
  • PHANES – (Isaac of Uluru)
    God of Procreation in the Orphic tradition.
  • PONTUS – (Dexter Stratton)
    God of the Sea, Father of the Fish and other Sea Creatures.
  • THALASSA – (Karen Pace)
    Spirit of the Sea and Consort of Pontos.


  • HYPERION – (Elmer)
    Titan of light.
  • IAPETUS – (Father Chuck)
    Titan of Mortality and Father of Prometheus, Epimetheus and Atlas.
  • COEUS – (Uncle Doug)
    Titan of Intellect and the Axis of Heaven around which the constellations revolved.
  • CRIUS – (Thomas Mittlewerk)
    The least individualized of the Twelve Titans, he is the father of Astraios, Pallas and Perses.
  • CRONUS – (Roger Linus)
    The leader of the Titans, who overthrew his father Uranus only to be overthrown in turn by his son, Zeus.
  • MNEMOSYNE – (Charlotte Lewis)
    Titan of Memory and Remembrance, and mother of the Nine Muses.
  • OCEANUS – (Woo-Jung Paik)
    Titan of the all-encircling river Oceanus around the earth, the font of all the Earth’s fresh-water.
  • PHOEBE – (June)
    Titan of the “bright” Intellect and Prophecy, and consort of Koios.
  • RHEA – (Debra)
    Titan of female Fertility, Motherhood, and Generation.
  • TETHYS – (Mrs. Paik)
    Wife of Oceanus, and the mother of the Rivers, Springs, Streams, Fountains and Clouds.
  • THEIA – (Tricia Tanaka)
    Titan of Sight and the Shining light of the clear blue sky.
  • THEMIS – (Tamara Fry)
    Titan of divine Law and Order.



  • ASTERIA – (Juliet’s Mother)
    Titan of Nocturnal Oracles and Falling Stars.
  • ASTRAEUS – (Rick Romer)
    Titan of Stars and Planets, and the art of Astrology.
  • ATLAS – (Mike)
    Titan forced to carry the sky upon his shoulders.
  • AURA – (Nicole)
    Titan of the Breeze and the Fresh, Cool air of early morning.
  • EOS – (Joyce Malkin)
    Titan of the Dawn.
  • EPIMETHEUS – (Jimmy Bane)
    Titan of Afterthought and the Father of Excuses.
  • EURYNOME (I) – (Nadine)
    Titan of Water-Meadows and Pasturelands, and mother of the three Charites by Zeus.
  • HELIOS – (Clive)
    Titan of the Sun and Guardian of Oaths.
  • LELANTOS – (Sayid’s Father)
    Titan of Air and the Hunter’s skill of stalking prey. The male counterpart of Leto.
  • LETO – (Heather)
    Titan of Motherhood and mother of Artemis and Apollo.
  • MENOETIUS – (Peter Talbot)
    Titan of Violent Anger, Rash Action, and Human Mortality.
  • METIS – (Melissa)
    Titan of Good Counsel, Advice, Planning, Cunning, Craftiness and Wisdom, and mother of Athena.
  • OPHION – (Magnus Hanso)
    An elder Titan, in some versions of the myth he ruled the Earth with his consort Eurynome before Cronus overthrew him.
  • PALLAS – (Doctor)
    Titan of Warcraft. He was killed by Athena during the Titanomachy.
  • PERSES – (Mr. Carlson)
    Titan of Destruction.
  • PROMETHEUS – (Anthony Cooper)
    Titan of Forethought and Crafty Counsel, and Creator of Mankind.
  • SELENE – (Jan)
    Titan of the Moon.
  • STYX – (Bandana Lady)
    Titan of the Underworld River Styx and Personification of Hatred.



  • AEGAEON – (Montand)
    “The Vigorous”, The Hekatoncheires, the Hundred-Handed Ones, Giant God of Violent Storms and Hurricanes.
  • COTTUS – (Tony Nagy)
    “The Striker/Furious”, The Hekatoncheires, the Hundred-Handed Ones, Giant God of Violent Storms and Hurricanes.
  • GYGES – (Derek) 
    “The Big-Limbed”, The Hekatoncheires, the Hundred-Handed Ones, Giant God of Violent Storms and Hurricanes.
  • ALCYONEUS – (Mayhew)
    The King of the Thracian giants, who was slain by Heracles.
  • OTUS – (Sam Jarrah)
    The Aloadae, Twin Giants who attempted to storm heaven.
  • EPHIALTES – (Doctor)
    The Aloadae, Twin Giants who attempted to storm heaven.
  • ANTAEUS – (Lacour)
    A Libyan Giant who wrestled all visitors to the death until he was slain by Heracles.
  • ARGUS PANOPTES – (Camera Man)
    A hundred-eyed giant tasked with guarding over Io.
  • ARGES – (Solenoid Guard)
    Cyclopes, “Bright” One-eyed giant who forged the lightning-bolts of Zeus.
  • BRONTES – (MRI Tech)
    Cyclopes, “Thunderer” One-eyed giant who forged the lightning-bolts of Zeus.
  • STEROPES – (Paul)
    Cyclopes, “Lightning” One-eyed giant who forged the lightning-bolts of Zeus.
  • POLYPHEMUS – (Simmons)
    A cyclops who briefly captured Odysseus and his men.
  • GERYON – (Sub Captain)
    A three-bodied, four-winged giant who dwelt on the red island of Erytheia.
  • ORION – (Nathan)
    A giant huntsman whom Zeus placed among the stars as the constellation of Orion.
  • POLYBOTES – (Kocol)
    Fertility God (Originally) & Giant killed by Poseidon during the Gigantomachy.
  • PORPHYRION – (Redfern)
    The King of the Gigantes who was struck down by Heracles and Zeus with arrows and lightning-bolts after he attempted to rape Hera.
  • TALOS – (Jeff)
    A giant forged from bronze by Hephaestus, and gifted by Zeus to his lover Europa as her personal protector.
  • TITYOS – (Doug)
    A giant slain by Apollo and Artemis when he attempted to violate their mother Leto.
  • TYPHON – (Ben Linus)
    A monstrous immortal storm-giant who was defeated and imprisoned by Zeus in the pit of Tartarus.



  • ANTEROS – (Tom)
    God of Requited Love (The Erotes).
  • DEIMOS – (U.S. Soldier No.1 )
    Spirit of Fear, Dread and Terror.
  • EROS – (Jay)
    God of Love and Sexual Intercourse (The Erotes).
  • HIMEROS – (Kevin)
    God of Sexual Desire (The Erotes).
  • POTHOS – (Kyker)
    God of Sexual Longing, Yearning and Desire (The Erotes).
  • HEBE – (Fern)
    Goddess of Youth.
  • HYPNOS – (Mitch)
    God of Sleep.
  • LETHE – (Beth)
    Spirit of Forgetfulness and Oblivion, and of the river of the same name.
  • MOROS – (Lewis)
    Spirit of Doom.
  • PEITHO – (Ava)
    Spirit of Persuasion and Seduction.
  • PHANTASOS – (Short-Haired Guard)
    Spirit of Dreams of Fantasy, who takes shape of inanimate objects (The Oneiroi).
  • PHOBETOR – (Long-Haired Guard)
    Spirit of Nightmares, who takes shape of animals (The Oneiroi).
  • PHOBOS – (U.S. Soldier No. 2)
    Spirit of Panic, Fear, Flight and Battlefield Rout.
  • POLEMOS – (Sgt. Tony Buccelli)
    Personification of War and brother of Enyo.
  • PORUS – (Servant)
    God of Abundance & Plenty.
  • THANATOS – (Father Suarez)
    Spirit of Death and Mortality.



  • AMPHIARAUS – (Essam Tasir)
    A hero of the war of the Seven Against Thebes who became an oracular spirit of the Underworld after his death.
  • ASCALAPHUS – (Walter)
    The son of Acheron and Orphne who tended the Underworld orchards before being transformed into a screech owl by Demeter.
  • CERBERUS – (The Man In Black)
    The three-headed hound who guarded the gates of Hades.
  • CHARON – (Captain Bird)
    Ferryman of Hades.
  • EMPUSA – (Martha Toomey)
    A monstrous underworld spirit or spirits with flaming hair, the leg of a goat and a leg of bronze.
  • EREBUS – (Zoran Savo)
    Primeval God of Darkness, his mists encircled the underworld and filled the hollows of the earth.
  • HECATE – (Jeanette Lewis)
    Goddess of Magic, Witchcraft, the Night, Moon, Ghosts and Necromancy.
  • MINOS – (Daniel Faraday)
    Judge of the Dead, former mortal king of Crete and judge of the final vote.
  • KEUTHONYMOS – (Older Swan Guard)
    An Underworld spirit and father of Menoetes.
  • CRONUS – (Roger Linus)
    Deposed king of the Titans; after his release from Tartarus he was appointed king of the Island of the Blessed.
  • MENOETES – (Younger Swan Guard)
    An Underworld spirit who herded the cattle of Hades.
  • MORMO – (Agent Alyssa Cole)
    A fearsome vampiric Underworld spirit in the train of Hecate.
  • NYX – (Susie Lazenby)
    Primeval Goddess of Night.
  • PERSEPHONE – (Looking Glass Technician)
    Queen of the Underworld, Wife of Hades and Goddess of spring growth.
  • ACHERON – (Steve Jenkins)
    The Underworld River of Pain.
  • COCYTUS – (Scott Jackson)
    The Underworld River of Wailing.
  • LETHE – (Beth)
    The Underworld River of Forgetfulness.
  • PHLEGETHON – (Jerome)
    The Underworld River of Fire.
  • STYX – (Bandana Lady)
    The Underworld River of Hate.
  • THANATOS – (Father Suarez)
    Spirit of Death and Minister of Hades.



  • AEGAEON – (Montand)
    God of Violent Sea Storms and ally of the Titans.
  • AKHELIOS – (Elliot Maslow)
    Shark-shaped Sea Spirit.
  • AMPHITRITE – (Eloise Hawking)
    Sea Goddess and Consort of Poseidon.
  • CETO (I) – (Mrs. Pace) & CETO (II) – (Megan Pace) 
    Goddess of the Dangers of the Ocean and of Sea Monsters.
  • CHARYBDIS – (Abigail Spencer)
    Sea Monster and Spirit of Whirlpools and the Tide, daughter of Poseidon.
  • CYMOPOLEIA – (Lizzy Calloway)
    A daughter of Poseidon married to the Giant Briareus.
  • DORIS – (Dr. Evelyn Ariza)
    Oceanid, Daughter of Oceanus & Tethys. Wife of Nereus.
  • GLAUCUS – (Mr. Kwon)
    The Fisherman’s Sea God.
  • STHENO – (Autumn)
    Gorgon, three monstrous sea spirits.
  • EURYALE – (Crystal)
    Gorgon, three monstrous sea spirits.
  • MEDUSA – (Andrea)
    Gorgon, three monstrous sea spirits, the only mortal of the three.
  • HIPPOCAMP – (Burnette) 
    The horses of the sea they are half horse with the tail of a fish.
  • HIPPOCAMP – (Wolfe) 
    The horses of the sea they are half horse with the tail of a fish.
  • HIPPOCAMP – (Salinger) 
    The horses of the sea they are half horse with the tail of a fish.
  • KARKINOS – (Prison Tough)
    A giant crab who allied itself with the Hydra against Heracles.
  • LADON – (Warden Harris)
    A hundred-headed sea serpent who guarded the western reaches of the sea, and the Island of the Golden Apples of the Hesperides.
  • THETIS – (Mary Ford)
    Leader of the Nereids who presided over the spawning of marine life in the sea.
  • ARETHUSA – (Decorator)
    A daughter of Nereus who was transformed into a fountain.
  • NEREUS – (Robert) 
    The old man of the sea, and the God of the Sea’s Rich Bounty of Fish.
  • OCEANUS – (Woo-Jung Paik)
    Titan God of the Earth-encircling river Oceanus, the font of all the Earth’s fresh-water.
  • PHILYRA – (Doris)
    Oceanid & Goddess of Perfume, Writing, Healing, Beauty and Paper.
  • PHORCYS – (Simon Pace)
    God of the Hidden Dangers of the Deep.
  • PONTUS – (Dexter Stratton)
    Primeval God of the Sea, father of the fish and other sea creatures.
  • POSEIDON – (Charles Widmore)
    King of the Sea and Lord of the Sea Gods; also God of Rivers, Flood and Drought, Earthquakes, and Horses.
  • PROTEUS – (Lacombe)
    A shape-shifting, prophetic old sea god, and the herdsman of Poseidon’s seals.
  • SCYLLA – (Head Nurse)
    Monstrous Sea Goddess.
  • TETHYS – (Mrs. Paik)
    Wife of Oceanus, and the Mother of the Rivers, Springs, Streams, Fountains and Clouds.
  • THALASSA – (Karen Pace)
    Primeval Spirit of the Sea and consort of Pontos.
  • THAUMAS – (Roderick)
    God of the Wonders of the Sea.
  • THOOSA – (Nurse)
    Goddess of swift Currents.
  • TRITON – (Brennan)
    Fish-tailed son and herald of Poseidon.



  • AETHER – (Hector)
    Primeval God of the Upper Air.
  • AEOLUS – (Sergeant-Major)
    God of the Winds.
  • BOREAS – (Brian Porter)
    God of the North Wind and of Winter (The Anemoi).
  • EURUS – (Ken Halperin)
    God of the Unlucky East or Southeast Wind (The Anemoi).
  • NOTUS – (Gary Troup)
    God of the South Wind (The Anemoi).
  • ZEPHYRUS – (Tito Reyes)
    God of the West Wind (The Anemoi).
  • APELIOTES – (JD)
    God of the East Wind (The Anemoi).
  • KAIKAS – (Duncan)
    God of the Northeast Wind (The Anemoi).
  • LIPS – (Hunter)
    God of the Southwest Wind (The Anemoi).
  • SKEIRON – (Detective Calderwood)
    God of the northwest wind (The Anemoi).
  • ARKE – (Female Anchor)
    Messenger of the Titans and twin sister of Iris.
  • ASTRAEUS – (Rick Romer)
    Titan God of Stars and Planets, and the art of Astrology.
  • PHOSPHORUS – (Pilot)
    God of Venus the Morning Star.
  • HESPERUS – (Co-Pilot)
    God of Venus the Evening Star.
  • AURA – (Nicole)
    Goddess of the Breeze and the fresh, cool air of early morning.
  • CHAOS – (AA Moderator)
    The nothingness from which all else sprang, she also represented the lower atmosphere which surrounded the earth.
  • CHIONE – (Dagne)
    Goddess of Snow and daughter of Boreas.
  • ELECTRYONE – (Lisa Gellhorn)
    Solar Goddess of the Morning or Waking Up.
  • EOS – (Joyce Malkin)
    Titan Goddess of the Dawn.
  • HELIOS – (Clive)
    Titan God of the Sun and Guardian of Oaths.
  • HERA – (Opal)
    Queen of Heaven and Goddess of the Air and Starry Constellations.
  • HERSE – (Charlotte Malkin) 
    Goddess of the Morning Dew.
  • IRIS – (Mrs. Gardner)
    Goddess of the Rainbow and Divine Messenger.
  • URANUS – (Principal Reynolds)
    Primeval God of the Heavens.
  • PANDIA – Lizzy
    Goddess of the Full Moon and of the Earth-nourishing Dew.
  • MAIA – (Evelyn)
    Goddesses of the constellation Pleiades.
  • MEROPE – (Receptionist)
    Goddesses of the constellation Pleiades.
  • SELENE – (Jan)
    Titan Goddess of the Moon.
  • ZEUS – (Alvar Hanso)
    King of Heaven and God of the Sky, Clouds, Rain, Thunder and Lightning.



  • ARISTAEUS – (Sullivan)
    God of Bee-keeping, Cheese-making, Herding, Olive-growing and Hunting.
  • CHIRON – (DHARMA Rep. 1)
    The eldest and wisest of the Centaurs.
  • CYBELE – (Claudia)
    A Phrygian Mountain Goddess associated with Rhea.
  • DIONYSUS – (Jerry)
    God of Wine, Drunken Orgies and Wild Vegetation.
  • GAIA – (Emily Linus)
    Primeval Goddess of the Earth.
  • HEPHAESTUS – (Dr. Pierre Chang)
    God of Metalworking.
  • HERMES – (Miles Straume)
    God of Herds and Flocks, of Roads and Boundary Stones.
  • DAMIA – (Casey)
    Goddess of Spring Growth.
  • CALYPSO – (Ruth)
    Fresh Water Nymph (Oceanid).
  • PLEIONE – (Nancy)
    Wife of Atlas and mother of the Pleiades (Oceanid).
  • PAN – (Oldham)
    God of Shepherds, Pastures, and Fertility.
  • PRIAPUS – (Howard Gray)
    God of Garden Fertility.
  • KROTOS – (Dogen’s Son)
    A Great Hunter and Musician who kept the company of the Muses on Mount Helicon.



  • ADONIS – (Paul) 
    A Life-Death-Rebirth Deity.
  • CARMANOR – (Johnny)
    A Cretan Harvest God.
  • CHRYSOTHEMIS – (Federal Agent)
    Son of Carmanor, Singer & Priest who cleansed Apollo for the killing of Python.
  • DEMETER – (Rosie)
    Goddess of Fertility, Agriculture, Grain and Harvest.
  • DESPOINA – (Erin)
    Daughter of Poseidon and Demeter, Goddess of Mysteries in Arcadia.
  • DIONYSUS – (Jerry)
    God of Viticulture and Wine.
  • EUBULEUS – (Man)
    Patron of Ploughing and son of Carmanor.
  • HESTIA – (Lara Chang)
    Maiden Goddess of the Hearth who presided over the baking of bread, mankind’s stable food.
  • IASION – (Floyd)
    Agricultural Hero and Springtime consort of Demeter.
  • KORE – (Rachel Blake)
    Goddess of Spring Growth.
  • PERSEPHONE – (Looking Glass Technician)
    Queen of the Underworld, wife of Hades and Goddess of Spring Growth.
  • PHILOMELUS – (Sheriff Williams)
    Agricultural Demi-god Inventor of the Wagon and the Plough.
  • PLUTUS – (Mike)
    God of Wealth, including Agricultural Wealth, son of Demeter.


  • ASCLEPIUS – (Ethan Rom)
    God of Healing.
  • PAEAN – (Doctor)
    Physician of the Olympian Gods.



  • ADRESTIA – (Francine) 
    Goddess of War, Revenge & Balance.
  • CIRCE – (Lindsey Littleton) 
    Goddess-witch of Aeaea.
  • DAMIA – (Casey)
    Goddess of Spring Growth.
  • ENYALIUS – (Tariq)
    Minor God of War, son of Ares and Enyo.
  • ENYO – (Moderator)
    Goddess of Destructive War.
  • HERMAPHRODITUS – (Mr. Vonner)
    God of Hermaphrodites and Effeminate Men.



  • ACHILLES – (Brother Martin)
    Hero of the Trojan War.
  • ARIADNE – (Moira)
    A Cretan princess who became the immortal wife of Dionysus.
  • ARISTAEUS – (Sullivan)
    A Thessalian hero, his inventions saw him immortalised as the God of Bee-keeping, Cheese-making, Herding, Olive-growing and Hunting.
  • ASCLEPIUS – (Ethan Rom)
    A Thessalian physician who was struck down by Zeus, to be later recovered by his father Apollo.
  • ENDYMION – (Kim)
    Lover of Selene, granted eternal sleep so as never to age or die.
  • GANYMEDE – (Eric)
    A handsome Trojan Prince, abducted by Zeus and made Cup-bearer of the Gods.
  • GLAUCUS – (Mr. Kwon)
    The Fisherman’s Sea God, made immortal after eating a magical herb.
  • HERACLES – (Phil)
    Ascended Hero.
  • MINOS – (Daniel Faraday)
    King of Crete, appointed as a Judge of the Dead in the Underworld after his death.
  • ORITHYIA – (Nurse)
    An Athenian princess abducted by Boreas and made the Goddess of Cold, Gusty Mountain Winds.



  • ARION – (Bill)
    The immortal horse of Adrastus.
  • CAMPE – (Female Doctor)
    A monstrous she-dragon which guarded the prison-gates of Tartarus.
  • CERBERUS – (The Man In Black)
    The three-headed hound who guarded the gates of Hades.
  • CHIMERA – (Man Wearing Red Shoes)
    A three headed monster, with the foreparts of a lion, the hind-parts of a goat and goat’s-head rising from its back, and the tail of a headed-serpent; slain by Bellerophon.
  • CHRYSAOR – (Ajira Guard)
    A son of Medusa, sometimes said to be a giant or a winged boar.
  • HYDRA – (Partridge)
    Multi-headed Water Serpent/Dragon & Guardian of the entrance to the Underworld.
  • MINOTAUR – (Oxford Custodian)
    A monster with the head of a bull and the body of a man.
  • ORTHRUS – (Sub Crew Member)
    A two-headed, serpent-tailed dog, slain by Heracles.
  • PEGASUS – (Wheeler)
    A divine winged horse & son of Poseidon.
  • PYTHON – (Mr. LaShade)
    Earth-dragon of Delphi and chthonic enemy of Apollo.
  • SCYLLA – (Head Nurse)
    Monstrous sea goddess.






Flashback & Mainland Characters

  • ABDERUS – (Felix)
    Aided Heracles during his eighth labour and was killed by the Mares of Diomedes.
  • ACHILLES – (Brother Martin)
    Hero of the Trojan War and a central character in Homer’s Iliad.
  • AJAX – (Derek)
    A hero of the Trojan War and king of Salamis.
  • BELLEROPHON – (Man Wearing Red Shoes)
    Hero who slew the Chimera.
  • DAEDALUS – (Mr. Hollister)
    Creator of the labyrinth and great inventor, until King Minos trapped him in his own creation.
  • GANYMEDE – (Eric)
    Trojan hero and lover of Zeus, who was given immortality and appointed cup-bearer to the gods.
  • HERACLES – (Phil)
    Ascended hero.
  • HECTOR – (William Kincaid)
    Hero of the Trojan War and champion of the Trojan people.
  • IOLAUS – (Donovan)
    Nephew of Heracles who aided his uncle in one of his Labors.
  • JASON – (Tony)
    Leader of the Argonauts.
  • MELEAGER – (Warren)
    A hero who sailed with the Argonauts and killed the Calydonian Boar.
  • ODYSSEUS – (Desmond Hume)
    A hero and king of Ithaca whose adventures are the subject of Homer’s Odyssey; he also played a key role during the Trojan War.
  • ORPHEUS – (Swan Workman)
    A legendary musician and poet who attempted to retrieve his dead wife from the Underworld.
  • PERSEUS – (Alvarez)
    Founder-king of Mycenae and slayer of the Gorgon Medusa.
  • THESEUS – (London Doorman)
    A king of Athens and slayer of the Minotaur.
  • TRIPTOLEMUS – (Mr. Gellert)



  • ARIADNE – (Moira)
    Daughter of Minos, king of Crete, who aided Theseus in overcoming the Minotaur and became the wife of Dionysus.
  • ATALANTA – (Helen, Phone Operator)
    Fleet-footed heroine who participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt.
  • CLEOPATRA – (Karen DeGroot)
    Last pharaoh of Ancient Egypt.
  • ELECTRA – (Shawna)
    Daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra, she aided her brother Orestes in plotting revenge against their mother for the murder of their father.
  • EUROPA – (Theresa Spencer)
    A Phoenician woman, abducted by Zeus.
  • IO – (News Anchor)
    A nymph seduced by Zeus and turned into a heifer, stung by a gadfly and maddened by Hera.
  • IPHIGENIA – (Ana Lucia’s Unborn Child)
    Daughter of Agamemnon and Clytemnestra; Agamemnon sacrificed her to Artemis in order to appease the goddess.
  • MEDEA – (Narjiss) 
    A sorceress and wife of Jason, who killed her own children to punish Jason for his infidelity.
  • MEDUSA – (Andrea)
    A mortal woman transformed into a hideous gorgon by Athena.
  • PANDORA – (Mrs. Talbot)
    The first woman.
  • PENELOPE – (Penelope Hume)
    Loyal wife of Odysseus.



  • ADRASTUS – (Haddad)
    A king of Argos and one of the Seven Against Thebes.
  • AEGISTHUS – (Assistant D.A.)
    Lover of Clytemnestra, with whom he plotted to murder Agamemnon and seized the kingship of Mycenae.
  • AESON – (Bartender)
    Father of Jason and rightful king of Iolcus, whose throne was usurped by his half-brother Pelias.
  • AGAMEMNON – (Jason McCormack)
    A King of Mycenae and Commander of the Greek Armies during the Trojan War.
  • ALEXANDER THE GREAT – (Gerald DeGroot)
    King of Macedon, Military leader and Conquerer of Egypt.
  • ASTERION – (Brandon)
    A king of Crete.
  • CEPHALUS – (Dr. Ian McVay)
    A king of Phocis who accidentally killed his own wife.
  • ERICHTHONIUS – (Rex)
    A king of Athens, born of Hephaestus’ attempt to rape Athena.
  • ICARIUS – (Elfren Salonga)
    King of Sparta and father of Penelope.
  • LAERTES – (Master Sergeant)
    King of Ithaca, Argonaut, Participant in the Calydonian Boar Hunt and father of Odysseus.
  • MEMNON – (Caldwell)
    A king of Ethiopia who fought on the side of Troy during the Trojan War.
  • MINOS – (Daniel Faraday)
    A king of Crete; after his death, became one of the judges of the dead in the Underworld.
  • ODYSSEUS – (Desmond Hume)
    A hero and king of Ithaca whose adventures are the subject of Homer’s Odyssey; he also played a key role during the Trojan War.
  • OENOPION – (Man on Beach)
    A king of Chios.
  • ORESTES – (Travis)
    A king of Argos and a son of Clytemnestra and Agamemnon; he killed his mother in revenge for her murder of his father.
  • PELEUS – (Warren Ford)
    King of the Myrmidons and father of Achilles; he sailed the with Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt.
  • PHINEAS – (Widmore’s Victim)
    A King of Thrace.
  • PICUS – (Officer Barnes)
    King of Latium, whom Circe turned into a woodpecker for scorning her love.
  • SALMONEUS – (Bartender)
    King of Elis and brother of Sisyphus.
  • SISYPHUS – (Jimmy Lennon) 
    A king of Thessaly who attempted to cheat death and was sentenced to an eternity of rolling a boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down.
  • TELAMON – (Frank Duckett)
    A king of Salamis and father of Ajax; he sailed with the Argonauts and participated in the Calydonian Boar hunt.
  • THESEUS – (London Doorman)
    A king of Athens and slayer of the Minotaur.

SEERS

  • CALCHAS – (Detective Raggs)
    An Argive seer who aided the Greeks during the Trojan War.
  • TIRESIAS – (Billy)
    Blind Prophet of Thebes.



  • SISYPHUS – (Jimmy Lennon)
    A king of Thessaly who attempted to cheat death and was sentenced to an eternity of rolling a boulder up a hill, only to watch it roll back down.
  • TANTALUS – (Ticket Agent)
    A king of Anatolia who butchered his son Pelops and served him as a meal to the gods; he was punished with the torment of starvation, food and drink eternally dangling just out of reach.



  • AGAMEDES – (Physical Therapist)
    A famed architect and brother of Trophonius.
  • AUTOLYCUS – (Trevor) 
    King of thieves and son of Hermes.
  • CEDALION – (Donald)
    Tutor of Hephaestus, who healed Orion after he was blinded.
  • CHIONE – (Dagne)
    Daughter of Boreas.
  • CORONIS – (Jin’s Mother) 
    Lover of Apollo and mother of Asclepius.
  • DAEDALUS – (Mr. Hollister)
    A skilled inventor and artisan.
  • DEMOPHON – (ER Doctor)
    A son of Celeus, king of Eleusis, whom Demeter attempted and failed to immortalise.
  • DEUCALION ik,m5r – (Eddie)
    Survivor of the Deluge and husband of Pyrrha.
  • ENDYMION – (Kim)
    Eternally sleeping lover of the moon goddess Selene.
  • ERIPHYLE – (Zahra Tasir)
    Mother of Alcmaeon and wife of Amphiaraus
  • EUMAEUS – (Henrik)
    Odysseus’ loyal swineherd.
  • EURYCLEIA – (ER Nurse)
    The wet-nurse of Odysseus.
  • EURYDICE – (Caroline)
    Wife of Orpheus.
  • EURYLOCHUS – (Dr. Woodruff)
    The second-in-command of Odysseus’ ship during the return to Ithaca after the Trojan War.
  • EURYNOME (II) – (Kim Kondracki)
    Waiting woman of Penelope.
  • EURYTION – (Bartender)
    The name of several mythological figures.
  • GLAUCUS – (Delivery Man)
    Son of Sisyphus, later turned into a marine god.
  • HIPPOLYTUS – (Morgue Employee)
    A son of Theseus, whom Asclepius raised from the dead.
  • ICARUS – (Soldier)
    The son of Daedalus, who fell to his death.
  • MEROPE – (Receptionist)
    One of the seven Pleiades, protector of Sailors and wife of Sisyphus.
  • MYRTO – (Detective Mason)
    Daughter of Menoetius and sister of Patroclus.
  • ORION – (Nathan)
    A hunter whom Zeus placed among the stars as the constellation of Orion.
  • PASIPHAE – (Melanie)
    Wife of King Minos, Mother of Ariadne, Minotaur & doublet of Europa. Cursed by Poseidon.
  • PATROCLUS – (Detective Reed)
    A comrade of Achilles who was killed by Hector during the Trojan War.
  • PERICLYMENUS – (Agent Robbie Hewitt)
    Grandson of Poseidon and defender of Thebes against the Seven.
  • PERIPHETES – (Bedouin #2)
    Son of Hephaestus and bandit killed by Theseus.
  • PHILOETEUS – (Mathias)
    Odysseus’ primary Swine-herd.
  • PHOCUS – (Laurence)
    A son of Aeacus, killed by his brothers Peleus and Telemon.
  • POLITES – (ER Doctor)
    A member of Odysseus‘ crew, who was the first to enter Circe’s palace.
  • PROCRIS – (Valerie McTavish)
    Wife of Cephalus who was accidentally killed by him.
  • PYRRHA – (Locke’s Nurse)
    Wife of Deucalion.
  • SINIS – (Bedouin #1)
    A bandit killed by Theseus.
  • TELEGONUS – (Paramedic) 
    Son of Circe and Odysseus
  • TELEMACHUS – (Charlie Hume)
    Son of Odysseus and Penelope, and a central character in the Odyssey.
  • THERSITES – (Barista)
    A soldier of the Greek Army during the Trojan War
  • TITHONUS – (Eko’s Monsignor)
    Lover of Eos, granted immortality but not eternal youth.
  • TROPHONIUS – (Theresa’s Nurse)
    An architect, brother of Agamedes.
  • TYDEUS – (Yusef)
    Father of Diomedes and one of the Seven Against Thebes.

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