Which actor has the most minifigures?

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LEGO has produced more than 2000 different minifigures from licensed themes since 1999, depicting an amazing selection of characters who have appeared in popular series such as Star Wars, Harry Potter, the Marvel Cinematic Universe and beyond.

This has inspired some discussion concerning which actor is represented by the most LEGO minifigures. Brickset's first article on this subject was published a couple of years ago but many more minifigures have been released since then and the leaderboard has changed quite significantly. Discover which actor has the most minifigures after the break...


The factors which define a minifigure representation of an actor are as follows:

  • The minifigure must take direct inspiration from a film or television series*.
  • Minifigures, characters, bigfigs, trophy figures and brick-built figures are taken into consideration.
  • Motion-capture performances are taken into consideration.
  • Voice performances will be discussed in a separate article.
  • Acting credits are counted according to IMDB.

* For instance, the Nick Fury minifigure in 76004 Spider-Man: Spider-Cycle Chase does not count towards Samuel L. Jackson's total. However, the Nick Fury minifigure in 76042 SHIELD Helicarrier does.

Actors with two minifigures:

  • Kenny Baker - R2-D2 (Star Wars), Paploo (Star Wars)
  • Orlando Bloom - William Turner (Pirates of the Caribbean), Legolas Greenleaf (Lord of the Rings)
  • Helena Bonham Carter - Bellatrix Lestrange (Harry Potter), Red Harrington (The Lone Ranger)
  • Benicio del Toro - The Collector (Marvel Super Heroes), DJ (Star Wars)
  • Laura Dern - Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo (Star Wars), Dr. Ellie Sattler (Jurassic Park)
  • Harrison Ford - Han Solo (Star Wars), Indiana Jones (Indiana Jones)
  • Jeff Goldblum - Grandmaster (Marvel Super Heroes), Dr. Ian Malcolm (Jurassic Park)
  • Chris Hemsworth - Thor (Marvel Super Heroes), Kevin (Ghostbusters)
  • Samuel L. Jackson - Mace Windu (Star Wars), Nick Fury (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Michael Keaton - The Vulture (Marvel Super Heroes), Betelgeuse (Beetlejuice)
  • Sir Ben Kingsley - Nizam (Prince of Persia), The Mandarin (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Sir Christopher Lee - Count Dooku (Star Wars), Saruman the White (Lord of the Rings)
  • Evangeline Lily - Tauriel (The Hobbit), Wasp (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Ezra Miller - The Flash (DC Super Heroes), Credence Barebone (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them)
  • Terry Notary - Teenage Groot (Marvel Super Heroes), Cull Obsidian (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Lupita Nyong'o - Maz Kanata (Star Wars), Nakia (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Gary Oldman - Sirius Black (Harry Potter), Commissioner Gordon (DC Super Heroes)
  • Lee Pace - Thranduil (The Hobbit), Ronan the Accuser (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Chris Pratt - Star-Lord (Marvel Super Heroes), Owen Grady (Jurassic World)
  • Pat Roach - German Mechanic (Indiana Jones), Thuggee Guard (Indiana Jones)
  • Kiran Shah - Goblin Scribe (The Hobbit), Teedo (Star Wars)
  • David Thewlis - Professor Remus Lupin (Harry Potter), Ares (DC Super Heroes)

Actors with three minifigures:

  • Cate Blanchett - Irina Spalko (Indiana Jones), Galadriel (The Hobbit), Hela (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Silas Carson - Antidar Williams (Star Wars), Nute Gunray (Star Wars), Ki-Adi-Mundi (Star Wars)
  • Benedict Cumberbatch - Necromancer (The Hobbit), Smaug (The Hobbit), Doctor Strange (Marvel Super Heroes)
  • Johnny Depp - Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean), Tonto (The Lone Ranger), Gellert Grindelwald (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them)
  • Alfred Molina - Satipo (Indiana Jones), Doctor Octopus (Spider-Man), Sheik Amar (Prince of Persia)
  • Temuera Morrison - Jango Fett (Star Wars), Clone Pilot(s) (Star Wars), Captain Jag (Star Wars)
  • Chris Parsons - K-3PO (Star Wars), R-3PO (Star Wars), 4-LOM (Star Wars)
  • Andy Serkis - Gollum (Lord of the Rings), Supreme Leader Snoke (Star Wars), Ulysses Klaue (Marvel Super Heroes)

Actors with five minifigures:

  • Warwick Davis - Wicket W. Warrick (Star Wars), Wald (Star Wars), Professor Filius Flitwick (Harry Potter), DD-BD (Star Wars), Weazel (Star Wars)


Which actor has the greatest quantity of unique minifigures?

Several characters have appeared in more than one LEGO set, wearing different clothing or based upon separate movies. This has a dramatic impact upon the leaderboard, which is as follows:

  • Mark Hamill - 41 (Luke Skywalker)
  • Harrison Ford - 39 (Han Solo, Indiana Jones)
  • Daniel Radcliffe - 32 (Harry Potter)
  • Ewan McGregor - 21 (Obi-Wan Kenobi)
  • Carrie Fisher - 19 (Princess Leia Organa)
  • Robert Downey Jr. - 16 (Iron Man)
  • Rupert Grint - 15 (Ron Weasley)
  • Emma Watson - 14 (Hermione Granger)
  • Hayden Christensen - 12 (Anakin Skywalker / Darth Vader)
  • Johnny Depp - 11 (Captain Jack Sparrow, Tonto, Gellert Grindelwald)


Voice performances complicate matters quite considerably, covering a much broader range of different movies and television series. We will publish another article, focused entirely upon voice performances, within the next couple of weeks.

 

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103 comments on this article

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By in United States,

Something I never thought of, but interesting none the less.

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By in Canada,

"Voice performances will be discussed in a separate article."

Dee Bradley Baker would dominate this category.

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By in United States,

Assuming -all- astromechs use the same actor, I'd say Kenny Baker. Do we know if R4-D5 was him? That'd be at least 3.

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By in United Kingdom,

Benedict Cumberbatch must be mentioned for at least two, he played Doctor Strange and he motion captured (and voiced) the performance for Smaug in The Hobbit films. Smaug does fall under your criteria as it's a brick built figure and he was mo-capped, like Andy Serkis's Gollum...

Edit: :-) Ta!

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By in United States,

Okay, but how many total minifigures does each actor have? For example, imagine if a given actor wanted to collect all the figs that have represented them? How many would Harrison Ford have (due to the many iterations of Han Solo that have appeared in sets)?

How many would Chris Pratt have? I imagine these two would lead the list.

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By in United Kingdom,

Jed Brophy also played both Nori in The Hobbit films and was the Nazgul at Weathertop in Fellowship of the Ring...

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By in United Kingdom,

Isn't this kinda flawed? If your asking which actor has the most mini-figures, your not taking into account that many characters have multiple iterations and variations of that character.

Theres like 15 different versions of the Hayden Christian version of Anakin Skywalker for instance.

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By in United States,

That was the most fascinating article I've read in a long time!

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By in United Kingdom,

Shouldn't Temuera Morrison have 5? He's played Jango and Bobba Fett, Captain Jag, Commander Gree and literally every other clone trooper....

@CapnRex101: Cumberbatch also mo-capped the Necromancer.

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By in United States,

I have to slightly disagree with the counts since Temuera Morrison is all of the clone troopers soooo... a round of applause for Temuera Morrison - Jango Fett (Star Wars), Captain Jag (Star Wars) and the 200,000 units that were ready (Star Wars). ;)

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By in United Kingdom,

Last one, I promise, how about Lawrence Makoare, he played Lurtz, which has a named figure in your database and he was also the Witch King of Angmar in Return of the King. There is a named Witch- King figure in 79015... Will stop now.

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By in United Kingdom,

@pizzaboy_uk - I had forgotten that Benedict Cumberbatch provided motion capture for Smaug so have added him to the list. Jed Brophy was taken into consideration but the Ringwraiths in 9472 Attack on Weathertop do not represent a specific character.

@woosterlegos - I will update the article with that information shortly.

@GrizBe - Temuera Morrison is a complicated subject. He portrays Jango Fett, the Clone Pilots and Captain Jag but only provides a voice for Boba Fett and the other Clone Troopers. Motion capture work for the Clone Troopers was performed by ILM staff members and the troopers who appear without helmets on Kamino were played by Bodie Taylor.

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By in Denmark,

Well Evangeline Lilly should be on list too, she have a Wasp minifig, and a fig in a Hobbit set Tauriel? :)

and with Smaug being on list, should Chris Pratt not have 3 on list? (Lego movie)

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By in Canada,

I thought at first that this would be counting individual versions of minifigures of an actor's character (ie Harrison Ford has x many Han Solo figures and x many Indiana Jones figures), but this is still interesting. I might do that on my own, but let's just say that Dee Bradley Baker is probably right out (Clones are cheating even though I love them).

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By in United Kingdom,

Would it not be Robert Downey Junior? Theres been loads of iron man minifigures..
Possibly Harrison Ford because of Indiana jones and The numerous Han solo minifigs produced..

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By in United States,

Thanks for covering this. When you said minifigures I first thought total number of minifigs, not number of characters portrayed.

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By in United Kingdom,

So this isn't "which actor has the most Minifigures" it's "how many characters played by the same actor have been turned into minifigs" I would be more interested to see the combined total of all variations of minifigs representing certain actors roles.

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By in United Kingdom,

@above: Thought the same that this would be total minifigures, including variants etc. I'd like to see those numbers too.

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By in United Kingdom,

Not seeing much difference between the Nick Fury minifigs in the sets mentioned so can't see why one gets counted & the other not
Is it because the set doesn't come from film/TV (rather than the minifig itself)?

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By in United States,

I figured a few weeks ago that Warrick Davis would dominate the list. He just is everywhere these days!

I am curious though to see the list that takes voice acting into account... As mentioned previously Dee Bradley Baker will probably just slay it with The Clone Wars characters alone. Wouldn't be shocked if Mark Hamill makes some serious showing on that list to (remember, Mark Hamill, James Arnold Taylor and Michael Dorn all voiced 'constraction' characters to with Bionicle and Hero Factory).

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By in United States,

Funny, I was just having this conversation a week ago, where we seemed to remember that Warwick Davis dominated the list. Still, it's impressive to see how many people have two variations on here; the list has grown! I remember back in the day when the abstract trivia was that Alfred Molina led the list with three roles.

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By in United States,

Should Chris Pratt have 3? He's, like you said Star Lord (Guardians of the Galaxy), Owen Grady (Jurassic World) but he's also Emmitt Brickowski (The LEGO Movie).

Is there a Mark Hamill Joker? So maybe he gets 2? Luke and Joker.

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By in United States,

Michael Keaton played Batman in the first two Batman movies, I’m not sure if there’s a set about those movies though...

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By in United States,

Oh, I see with the criteria but even so you should include that Nick Fury from that Cycle Chase since it's clearly based on Samuel Jackson which is from the Ultimates Marvel Universe in the comics which Bryan Hitch changed to look exactly like actor Samuel Jackson.
There's even a funny scene in the comic where they reference "Who do you think they could get to play you, Nick?" and he says, "Why Mister Samuel L. Jackson, of course. That's not even open for debate Dr. Pym."

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By in United States,

Would Ian McKellen make the list? Gandalf and Magneto?

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By in United Kingdom,

I have proudly been keeping track of this myself so its really cool to see wider recognition. I knew all of them except the Alfred Molina ones and also Michael Keaton as Beetlejuice but I wasn't counting ones which didn't show the actor's face like Star Wars aliens and mo-cap actors.

I also didn't count Temura Morrison as multiple cause otherwise he would have like 20, counting all the Imperial and First Order troops that have clone faces. LOL.

P.S. Antidar Williams has a basic smiley face. I understand the criteria doesn't take minifig accuracy into account but he doesn't make my list.

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By in Singapore,

Chris Pratt has 3, he is also Emmet in The LEGO Movie! =)

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By in United Kingdom,

What about Ryan Reynolds?
He was Green Lantern (Hal Jordan) and Deadpool.

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By in United States,

While I agree with excluding voice actors normally, I would include actors from the Lego movie. The irony is this list includes people who stood still in a costume, but not people who did the voices. Is Griphook the Goblin missing in Warwick Davis' list. I know he did not play him in the first film, but he did in the later Potter movies.

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By in United Kingdom,

The article has now been updated to include a list of the actors with the greatest quantity of unique minifigures, taking different versions of the same character into account. Star Wars dominates that list, as one might imagine.

@legoDad42 - Chris Pratt voiced Emmet in The LEGO Movie so that will count towards his voice performance total. LEGO has not produced a Magneto minifigure based upon the movies and the same applies to Mark Hamill's versions of the Joker.

@xcrossx - The Deadpool minifigure is based upon the comics rather than the movie.

@Dannyrww - I understand your point about including actors from The LEGO Movie, although that causes some complication as actors from the various LEGO television series would have to be taken into consideration as well. Warwick Davis did portray Griphook in the later Harry Potter films, as you mention, but the sets in which Goblins appear are based upon the earlier movies. Furthermore, LEGO has not actually named a Griphook minifigure.

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By in United States,

@LegoDad42, @xcrossx: X-Men and associated characters are iffy because technically none of the X-Men films or the Deadpool films were licensed by Lego—those minifigures were based on the characters from the comic books. As such, the minifigures aren't technically based on those actors' depictions of the characters.

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By in United States,

@Dannyrww: None of the Harry Potter sets with goblins in them resemble Griphook's costume from the later movies, and none have descriptions identifying any of their characters as Griphook. So while some sets like Diagon Alley take inspiration from various movies I don't think any of the goblin minifigures in them can be attributed to Warwick Davis specifically.

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By in United States,

Technically, 1 more could be added for Warwick Davis: Yoda (he played the role for walk-in shots in the Phantom Menace).

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By in United States,

What about Frank Oz? He was the puppet if yoda in episodes 5,6 and 8.

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By in United States,

Hmm, I don't know if I've seen a comprehensive list of the greatest quantity of unique figs before. It's not really surprising that the two longest franchises with Lego (Star Wars and Harry Potter) top the list, but interesting that Downey and Depp made the list. Also interesting that most of them only portray one character.

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By in Germany,

Highly interesting subject.
Thank you very much for the article and the excellent research.

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By in United Kingdom,

How about Toby Jones?

He voiced Dobby and was also one of the villains in Jurassic World Fallen Kingdom (Edit: Gunnar Everson)

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By in United States,

how bout sdcc? dout their any but thought i'd mention

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By in United States,

Interesting article. Looking forward to seeing how the Voice Preformances are rolled in.

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By in Netherlands,

I like these kind of statistics, so thank you for sharing.

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By in United Kingdom,

@fulcrumbop - LEGO has not produced an Episode I set containing Yoda.

@Yoda to do or do not - Indeed, but Yoda is Frank Oz's only minifigure so he would not appear on this list.

@Bricklestick - Dobby is a voice performance so does not count towards Toby Jones' total in this article. He will appear in the second article though.

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By in United States,

@CapnRex101 - Great list! That took some time, to be sure. What about Hugo Weaving? We have him as Elrond and as Red Skull in the one Captain America set which, I think, has the Avengers movie label on the box.

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By in United Kingdom,

^ Not sure if the red skull set is properly based on the MCU

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By in Canada,

This was super interesting to read; there were a number of roles that I wasn’t aware of who the actor was. Thanks for the great article!

Something else that I’d be curious to know, what character has the most unique minifigs? All of the main characters in Ninjago have quite a few, but I’m guessing Batman would win that contest.

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By in United States,

Fun fact:

Mark Hamill voiced the Trickster minifigure. Mark Hamill has played the Trickster twice. However, minifigure Trickster was apparently not based on Hamill.

This could get tricky.

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By in United States,

FYI, Michael Keaton has portrayed 3 characters, not two. The aforementioned Vulture and Betelgeuse roles, but also as Batman! And yes, there are several minifigs based directly off of this Batman, both from 2006 and 2012, recreating his costume from Batman Returns.

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By in Canada,

When did Lego produce a Dr. Ian Malcolm minifig? I can't find it.

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By in United States,

@nate-dog7, in the new Bricktober minifigure set #5005255. The minifigures have not been inventoried yet and the minfig names are not tagged either.

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By in Australia,

@nate-dog7: Dr Malcolm isn't in any regular Lego sets (yet) but he is in one of the Bricktober collections, and the Jurassic World game. (And how pleased I am to join in this 'well actually' festival of Lego nerd knowledge!)

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By in Singapore,

Thank you for this feature... it’s a fun topic!

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By in United States,

Warwick Davis is also the actor that is closest in size to a Lego minifig.

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By in Australia,

How come Cumberbatch voicing Smaug counts where Pratt voicing Emmet doesn't? It's been a while since I watched the movie, but surely the big scary dragon isn't just Sherlock Holmes wearing a red costume?!

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By in Belgium,

@baby_yoda because Smaug is a motion capture performance (like Gollum) and at the top it says those are included.

Great to have an update of the list from a could of years ago. Funny how Warwick has so many! Thanks a lot captain.

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By in Sweden,

@Baby Yoda: CUmberbatch not only voiced, but also provided motion capture for Smaug. Whereas Pratt voicing Emmett is just voice acting and will be in a separate article.

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By in United Kingdom,

Why does the line get drawn between voice acting and motion capture? I could see it in cases where there is some trace of the actor in the character (Josh Brolin as Thanks for instance) but is there really that much of Benedict Cumberbatch in Smaug? Has the mocap actually added anything when they’ve contorted him into a giant dragon?

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By in United Kingdom,

Cate Blanchett - Irina Spalko (Indiana Jones), Galadriel (The Hobbit), Hela (Marvel Super Heroes)

Johnny Depp - Captain Jack Sparrow (Pirates of the Caribbean), Tonto (The Lone Ranger), Gellert Grindelwald (Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them)

Alfred Molina - Satipo (Indiana Jones), Doctor Octopus (Spider-Man), Sheik Amar (Prince of Persia)

Ones like this are extra special - not voice or motion captured performances or hidden inside suits, but "real" figures, and not just different characters within one franchise but multiple characters across different franchises.

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By in Germany,

My first though was .
Mark Hamill.
I was correct at least in number of figures not different characters.

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By in United Kingdom,

@sonsofsceva - Red Skull from 76017 Avengers: Captain America vs. Hydra takes inspiration from the comics rather than Captain America: The First Avenger so does not count towards Hugo Weaving's total.

@grimlock_king - LEGO has not produced any sets which are officially based upon Batman (1989) so there are no Batman minifigures that count towards Michael Keaton's total.

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By in Belgium,

@brickalili I think so, look at this begins the scenes video for example : https://youtu.be/Wu9XPEdBelY

He made the movements whereas Emmet for example was animated.

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By in Canada,

As previously mentioned Michael Keaton does have a few Batman figs from the first wave of Batman sets as they where loosely based off of the Batman and Batman Returns movies. And Chris Pratt was also Emmet in the Lego Movie.

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By in United States,

I don't think "loosely based" counts in this instance. And it has been explained about a dozen times above that Emmet will be included in another tally for voice actors.

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By in Serbia,

I just checked all Batman minifigs released, and not a single one looks like the Batsuit from Batman (1989) or Batman Returns. So, we still don't have a Keaton Batman.

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By in United States,

In the DK LEGO Harry Potter books, Griphook is designated as the goblin in the red sweater from the 2002 Gringotts set.

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By in United States,

A fun article and comments as well! Thanks for a great read CapnRex!

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By in Sweden,

Thought about it the other day; nice to see the statistics! :)

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By in Norway,

@Sammael, did you check out the ones from 2006, 2012 or The LEGO Movie? They all have the black and yellow suit introduced in «Batman» (1989). There are two sets featuring the Batwing and Joker's helicopter clearly inspired by that film as well, although I admit they still seem comic based.

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By in United States,

@legoDad42:
The original Joker minifig from 2006 is clearly based on his B:TAS character design. The same holds true for the 2006 Two-Face and the 2008 Harley Quinn, but no B:TAS sets were released. The first Nick Fury minifig comes in a set that's based off the Ultimate Spiderman animated series, so that credit goes to whoever voiced the character for that show, and does not even count for this article. But Jackson does appear on this list for his MCU minifig.

@thetay24:
Keaton's first Batman costume had a gold logo with a weird three-pointed tail. The black/gold minifig is a dead match for the Troika costume from the comics. The yellow/black minifig matches his Batman Returns logo, but the belt has pouches instead of little tubes. No sets have ever featured any Batman movie logos prior to The Dark Knight Rises.

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By in United States,

@capn rex Terry Notary did the mo-cap for both teen groot and cull obsidian

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By in United States,

Fun issue: the voice acting often post-dates the character design.

Here's a fun one: Khary Peyton voices Cyborg on Teen Titans Go!. Peyton voiced the regular-DC Cyborg in the various Lego direct-to-video cartoons (and in Lego Dimensions, which has a TTG dimension). However, the traditional Cyborg minifig is NOT based on Khary Peyton.

The mind boggles.

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By in United States,

Are you including SDCC special minifigures too? Seems like that could add a few including Sam Wilson, Captain America, Iron Man, etc...

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By in United States,

@farmer_john those aren't usually based off of actual movies

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By in United States,

@PurpleDave You're forgetting the best of all the Batman movies, the one based on the '66 TV show. If #76052 had included the Bat Boat they would have had all the bat-vehicles from the movie. Catwoman in that set appears to be based on Julie Newmar's portrayal, as Lee Merriweather did not wear the necklace.

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By in United States,

Thx @Purple Dave. I thought they had done a Batman animated Series Joker.
Thx man.
But, I have to disagree on the Nick Fury fig.
Nick Fury in the comics for about 38 years from '63 to '02 wasn't the current movies or Ultimate Universe.
The new African American Nick's are all based off of Samuel Jackson. The look is definitely him but I see what you're saying with this particular criteria, voice acting to live action.
I'd still keep him on the list.

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By in Germany,

I know most people will say "it doesn't count", but besides playing Ree-Yees and Palo Torshan Richard Bonehill appeared several times as Stormtrooper, TIE Fighter Pilot, Snow Trooper, and an X-Wing Pilot throughout Episode V and VI.

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By in Germany,

Terry Notary: Cull Obsidian and Teen Groot (Infinity War)
Rusty Goffe: Gonk Droid and Jawa (Episode IV)
Peter Diamond: Tusken Raider (Episode IV) and Weequay Skiff Guard (Episode VI)
Don Bies: Barquin D'an and Boba Fett (Episode VI)

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By in United States,

@figura Lego has not made a figure of Barquin D'an, have they? And it's hard to say that any Boba Fett figure represents Don versus Jeremy Bulloch.

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By in Finland,

^ ok, now this is epic

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By in Canada,

Why was the actors who only have one likeness not included? The Classic T-V Series Batcave and Polybag all featured characters based on 60's era Batman and Adam West deserves to be recognized. (May he rest in peace.)

Although if we listed everyone with a single character then we'd have to include all 13 Dwarves from The Hobbit, John Rhys Davies for Gimli (Indiana Jones never made a Salah Minifigure?) Sir Ian McKellan for Gandalf and anybody else who acted in a role that has been given a Minifigure IE mostly from Pirates and Lone Ranger I'd suspect.

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By in United Kingdom,

LEGO has never, to my knowledge, officially identified a Goblin minifigure as Griphook. Some DK reference books have made occasional reference to Griphook but that information cannot be taken into consideration. Assigning one generic minifigure to a particular actor will open a lengthy debate about other generic minifigures and whether they were actually inspired by a certain character, despite not being officially identified as such.

I realise that seems pedantic but the line has to be drawn somewhere!

@Odeinoichus - There would be hundreds of names on a list containing every actor with a minifigure representation, hence we only included those with at least two characters.

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By in Denmark,

Could you call LEGO and hear which minifigs actually got produced the most? Like actual quantity?

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By in Canada,

@CapnRex101 Fair enough... But did LEGO make Salah in any of the Indy sets or is Mister Davies limited to Gimli only? I haven't checked the database in a while and I never did get around to nabbing all the Indy sets.

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By in United States,

@legoDad42:
It's well-known that Jackson was the inspiration for the Ultimate version of Nick Fury, but that was a _print_ character and he never wore a costume, did mo-cap, or voiced that version of the character. Whoever voices the TV series gets any credit for that one. Alyssa Milano was the model for Disney's Ariel, but she doesn't get credit for the CMF Ariel.

@Odeinoichus:
The closest they've come to Salah is including him in the video games. He voiced Treebeard, and there's some debate over whether Treebeard is the Ent from the Orthanc set (there are two spots on the shoulders where minifigs can stand), but it's never specified so it doesn't fit the requirements for this article. I'm also not sure if he did any mo-cap for the role.

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By in United Kingdom,

@icey - I am not certain that LEGO would record that kind of information. It might be an army-building minifigure like sw201 Clone Trooper.

@Odeinoichus - No, LEGO has never produced a Salah minifigure.

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By in United States,

I'm not sure if anyone has mentioned him yet, but what about Toby Jones? He played Gunnar Evarsol in Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom and Dobby in Harry Potter. I think Dobby counts, right?

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By in United States,

^Dobby was mentioned and he was voice only, so another list

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By in Australia,

Great article CapnRex very interesting on the list of who's who of characters
Thank you

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By in United States,

Shouldn't David Tennant be recognized for Barty Crouch Jr. and the 10th Doctor?

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By in United States,

I am not much of a Doctor Who fan so I had to look it up, but no... David Tennant doesn't count. While I think he appears in Lego Dimensions as a digital character, the only two Dr. Who's represented in physical Lego form is the 11th and 12th.

However... Matt Smith is rumored to be in Star Wars Episode IX... so if his character is produced as a Lego figure from that film, it will move him up to two Lego figures on this list.

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By in United States,

@nightfury:
There are probably a shocking number of actors who you would think should be at least on the twofer list, but aren't. John Hurt is one, as he's been in Indiana Jones, Harry Potter, and he's been the Doctor. But he was the wrong Doctor, and his Indiana Jones character is taking lunch with Salah, so all he's got is two different iterations of Ollivander.

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By in United States,

Technically, Chris Pratt has three minifigs. You have to include Emmett from The Lego Movie!

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By in United States,

If Pat Roach can have two minifigures there must be hope for all of us :-D

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By in United Kingdom,

Was thinking about Anthony Daniels / C3P0 for the second part of the list. Thought there were more than 9 versions ove3r the years (as per Bricklink) and I guess you can't count the Santa version.

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By in United Kingdom,

For voice performance: 'most unique minifigures'. Will Arnett with his thousands of batmen would win that category.

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By in United Kingdom,

I count 14 Ron figures, so Rupert Grint should also be on the list.

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By in United Kingdom,

@DaftArcher20968 - There are fifteen Ron Weasley minifigures and Rupert Grint is on the latter list.

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By in United Kingdom,

Are you sure all of the Obi-Wan Kenobi credits should go to Ewan McGregor? All the old versions should be Alec Guinness, surely.

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By in United States,

I feel like this article is just for the other users to heckle poor capnrex to add their actors they want to see on the list

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By in United Kingdom,

@_niall - The 21 Obi-Wan Kenobi minifigures mentioned in the article are only those from the Prequel films. Minifigures based upon the Original Trilogy and The Clone Wars have not been counted towards Ewan McGregor's total.

@Brixfan02 - That's alright. I am certainly not infallible and there have been plenty of good suggestions!

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By in Romania,

How is voice relevant?

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By in Czech Republic,

this should by in a minifigure attribute "Actor name" in the brickset database

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By in United States,

Mark hamill would be a runner up in voice acting as the joker

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