List of Once Upon a Time recurring characters
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The characters of ABC's Once Upon a Time and its spin-off Once Upon a Time in Wonderland are related to classic fairy tale and fantasy characters and creatures, and often tie-in with other Disney media properties.
|Actor||Counterpart||Once Upon a Time||Wonderland|
|Gabe Khouth||Sneezy||Mr. Tom Clark||Recurring||Guest||Does not appear|
|David Avalon||Doc||N/A||Recurring||Guest||Does not appear|
|Faustino Di Bauda||Sleepy||Walter||Recurring||Guest||Does not appear|
|Mig Macario||Bashful||N/A||Recurring||Does not appear|
|Michael Coleman||Happy||N/A||Recurring||Guest||Does not appear|
|Jeffrey Kaiser||Dopey||N/A||Recurring||Does not appear|
|Beverley Elliott||Widow Lucas/Granny||Granny||Recurring||Does not appear|
|Keegan Connor Tracy||Reul Ghorm/Blue Fairy||Mother Superior||Recurring||Guest||Recurring||Guest|
|David Anders||Dr. Victor Frankenstein||Dr. Whale||Recurring||Recurring|
|Tony Perez||Prince Henry Mills||N/A||Recurring||Guest|
|Giancarlo Esposito||Magic Mirror/Genie||Sidney Glass||Recurring||Guest||Recurring||Guest|
|Alan Dale||King George||Albert Spencer||Recurring||Guest|
|Anastasia Griffith||Princess Abigail||Kathryn Nolan||Recurring||Guest|
|Jessy Schram||Ella||Ashley Boyd||Recurring||Guest||Guest||Guest|
|Barbara Hershey||Cora Mills/Queen of Hearts||N/A||Guest||Recurring||Guest||Recurring||Guest|
|Sarah Bolger||Princess Aurora||N/A||Recurring|
|Julian Morris||Prince Phillip||N/A||Recurring|
|Chris Gauthier||William Smee||N/A||Recurring||Guest||Guest||Recurring|
|Ethan Embry||Owen Flynn/Greg Mendell||N/A||Recurring||Guest|
|various||Neal Nolan||N/A||Does not appear||Recurring||Guest||Does not appear|
|Robbie Kay||Malcom/Peter Pan/Pied Piper||N/A||Recurring||Recurring||Guest[a]|
|Rose McIver||Tinker Bell||N/A||Recurring||Guest|
|Joanna García Swisher||Ariel||N/A||Recurring||Guest||Guest[b]|
|Freya Tingley||Wendy Darling||N/A||Guest||Recurring|
|Georgina Haig||Queen Elsa||N/A||Guest||Recurring|
|Elizabeth Lail||Princess Anna||N/A||Recurring|
|Scott Michael Foster||Kristoff||N/A||Recurring|
|Elizabeth Mitchell||Ingrid/Snow Queen||Sarah Fisher||Recurring|
|Kristin Bauer van Straten||Maleficent||N/A||Guest||Recurring||Guest|
|Victoria Smurfit||Cruella De Vil||Cruella Feinberg||Recurring||Guest[d]|
|Patrick Fischler||Isaac Heller||N/A||Recurring||Guest|
|Agnes Bruckner||Lilith Page||Starla||Recurring|
|Liam Garrigan||King Arthur||N/A||Recurring|
|Amy Manson||Queen Merida||N/A||Recurring|
|Ingrid Torrance||Nurse Ratched||Severe Nurse||Guest||Guest||Recurring|
|Joana Metrass||Queen Guinevere||N/A||Recurring|
|Sinqua Walls||Sir Lancelot||N/A||Guest||Recurring|
|Olivia Steele-Falconer||Violet Morgan||N/A||Recurring|
|Tiera Skovbye||Robin Hood||Margot||Recurring[e]|
|Emma Caulfield||Blind Witch||N/A||Guest||Recurring|
|Hank Harris||Dr. Henry Jekyll||N/A||Guest||Recurring|
|Sam Witwer||Mr. Hyde||N/A||Guest||Recurring|
|Karen David||Princess Jasmine||N/A||Recurring|
|Jaime Murray||Fiona/Black Fairy||N/A||Recurring|
|Sara Tomko||Tiger Lily||N/A||Recurring||Guest|
|Adelaide Kane||Drizella||Ivy Belfrey||Recurring|
|Bruce Blaine||Samuel B. Ryce||N/A||Recurring|
|Emma Booth||Mother Gothel||Eloise Gardener||Recurring|
|Daniel Francis||Dr. Facilier||Mr. Baron Samdi||Recurring|
|Nathan Parsons||Hansel/Jack||Nick Branson||Recurring|
|Chilton Crane||Blind Witch||Hilda Braeburn||Recurring|
|Jeff Pierre||Prince Naveen||Drew||Recurring|
|Jonny Coyne||Dr. Arthur Lydgate||N/A||Guest||Recurring|
|Roger Daltrey||Caterpillar||N/A||Guest||Does not appear|
|Iggy Pop||Does not appear||Recurring|
|Brian George||Sultan of Lower Agrabah||N/A||Recurring|
- Dreamy/Grumpy/Leroy (seasons 1–7, Wonderland) portrayed by Lee Arenberg,  He then becomes friends with Snow White while she's on a run from the Evil Queen, inviting her to stay at the Dwarfs cottage. Together with the other dwarves, he helps Snow defeat King George and the Evil Queen, taking back the realm. He later ends up in Storybrooke after the Dark Curse is cast as a janitor at the Storybrooke General Hospital and the town drunk. He remains in Storybrooke for the subsequent curses until the merger of all the realms.
- Widow Lucas/Granny (seasons 1–7) portrayed by Beverley Elliott, is the mother of Anita and grandmother of Red Lucas. In the Enchanted Forest, a wolf killed her father and brothers and then transformed her into a wolf. Most aspects of the curse faded with age, but her heightened senses remain. Red inherited the curse, though Granny received an enchanted red cloak to prevent her transformation. When her granddaughter begins a relationship with a man called Peter, she disapproves. As news of a wolf killing villagers becomes known, Granny warns the others not to fight the monster. In Storybrooke, she is the owner of Granny's Bed and breakfast and Diner. Her health problems prevent Ruby from leaving town, who assists her grandmother as a waitress. Granny's memories are returned when the curse is broken and is then sent back to the Enchanted Forest when the cursed was reversed. When Snow White cast a new curse, Granny is brought back to Storybrooke, resuming her role as the owner of her Bed and Breakfast and Diner.
- Reul Ghorm/Blue Fairy/Mother Superior (seasons 1–7) portrayed by Keegan Connor Tracy, fairy godmother who uses her magic to help others. In the Enchanted Forest, she is the leader of the fairies and sets the rules among her kind, and would go as far as expulsion to those that breaks her rules. When the curse is cast, she becomes the leader of a group of nuns in Storybrooke. She becomes a catalyst in the Final Battle after the arrival of the Black Fairy as the Blue Fairy was partially responsible for the Black Fairy's dark turn.
- Dr. Victor Frankenstein/Dr. Whale (seasons 1–3, 5–6) portrayed by David Anders,  When the Evil Queen cast her curse, Victor is sent to the Land Without Magic. In Storybrooke, he is Dr. Whale, a doctor working in Storybrooke General Hospital. After the curse is broken, he leads a mob to Regina's home intending to kill her. He later successfully reanimates Daniel's corpse with a magical heart, turning him into a monster who savagely rips off Whale's arm. Mr. Gold later reattaches his arm. Dr. Whale later helps Dr. Jekyll with his experiments to create a new serum to defeat the Evil Queen but it is crashed by the Evil Queen and Mr. Hyde.
- Geppetto/Marco (seasons 1–4, 6) portrayed by Tony Amendola and Michael Strusievici, is an elderly carpenter and father to his puppet turned boy Pinocchio. In the Enchanted Forest, he became orphaned when Jiminy Cricket accidentally transformed his parents into puppets. He carves himself a son named Pinocchio out of magical wood. During their adventures, Pinocchio sacrifices his life for Geppetto's. For this act, the Blue Fairy turns him into a real boy. She asks him to carve a magical wardrobe with the ability to save the pregnant Snow White and Prince Charming from the Evil Queen's curse. However, the curse would send everyone to a land without magic and Pinocchio, a real boy because of magic, could turn back into a puppet. Geppetto bargains with the fairy to use the second spot for Pinocchio, ultimating in her lying to the other inhabitants, claiming the wardrobe can only save one. Geppetto sends his son to the real world, telling him to protect the child and get them to break the curse. In Storybrooke, he is Marco, the town's handyman. His memories as Geppetto are restored when the curse is broken. Marco later takes in August, who is reverted to Pinocchio by Mother Superior, as his son again. He is sent back to the Enchanted Forest after Regina undoes the curse and is brought back when Snow White casts a new one.
- Prince Henry Mills (seasons 1–2, 4–6) portrayed by Tony Perez and Zak Santiago, is the son of King Xavier, husband of Cora Mills and the father of Regina Mills. In the Enchanted Forest, he marries Cora after she demonstrates the ability to spin straw into gold. He loves his daughter very much and would constantly try to protect her from Cora. However, after Regina banishes Cora and becomes the Evil Queen, he becomes her valet. His heart is the used to cast the Dark Curse and his soul ends up in the Underworld. He moves on to Mount Olympus after settling his unfinished business with Regina.
- Genie/Magic Mirror/Sidney Glass (seasons 1, 3–6) portrayed by Giancarlo Esposito,  As a spirit in the Magic Mirror, he is able to move between and see through other mirrors in the Enchanted Forest, acting as a spy to Regina. In Storybrooke, he is Sidney Glass, a reporter for Storybrooke's local newspaper The Daily Mirror. On Regina's request, he researches Emma Swan's past to help Regina expel her from Storybrooke. After Graham's death, Regina attempts to appoint him sheriff, but he loses the position to Emma. Sidney later secretly works with Regina to gain leverage over Emma. Emma later learns of his deception realizing that he is in love with Regina. Regina uses Mr. Gold to kidnap Kathryn Nolan, framing Mary Margaret (Snow White) for her alleged murder. However, after Kathryn is found alive, Sidney falsely confesses to kidnapping Kathryn to use as an article and become famous. He is then placed into Storybrooke's asylum underneath the hospital. Sidney was later freed by Regina for her quest to remove Maid Marian from Storybrooke, Regina again places Sidney in a mirror. It is soon revealed that Sidney was actually in allegiance with the Snow Queen working against Regina, who frees him in exchange for the mirror he was stored in.
- King George/Albert Spencer (seasons 1–2, 6) portrayed by Alan Dale,  However, the wedding never happens as David falls in-love with Snow White. After David's engagement with Snow, they lead an army against King George, dethroning him. After the curse is cast, he is the cold-hearted District Attorney Albert Spencer who leads the prosecution for the Kathryn Nolan murder case, against Mary Margaret Blanchard. Following the curse being broken, Spencer murders Billy, framing Ruby in an attempt to show the town of David's incapable control and is arrested.
- Princess Abigail/Kathryn Nolan (seasons 1 ,3) portrayed by Anastasia Griffith, is the daughter of King Midas and lover of Fredrick. In the Enchanted Forest, she was to marry Prince David, but when he falls in love with Snow White, Abigail helps him run away. She is in love with Frederick, a knight she was to marry until he was turned into gold while protecting her father. Charming later retrieves water from Lake Nostos that revives Frederick, and he reunites with Abigail. In Storybrooke, she is Kathryn Nolan, the wife of David Nolan. David however is in love with Mary Margaret Blanchard, and starts an affair with her. She is later accepted into a law school in Boston, though David refuses to relocate and suggests they end their marriage. Kathryn then learns about David's affair, deciding to move to Boston alone. However, her car is found abandoned at the town's limits, and a missing persons case becomes a murder trial when a heart proven to be Kathryn's is found in Mary Margaret's jewelry box. It is later revealed that Regina worked with Mr. Gold to attempt to frame Mary Margaret for Kathryn's murder, when Mr. Gold in fact kidnapped Kathryn. She is later found alive, though she does not remember her disappearance. Sidney Glass falsely takes the blame for her kidnapping. After the curse is broken, Kathryn and Frederick find each other and live happily together in her home.
- Ella/Ashley Boyd (seasons 1, 4, 6, Wonderland) portrayed by Jessy Schram, maid at Tremaine estate, she wishes to attend the royal ball at the King's castle but her dress is destroyed by her stepsisters under the orders of Lady Tremaine and is given the nickname "Cinderella". She meets Rumplestiltskin after he kills her fairy godmother and offers her a contract – her wish in exchange for something she will have in the future. She signs without reading the contract and attends the ball where she meets Prince Thomas. The two falls in love and marries. However, Rumplestiltskin later reminds Ella of the contract and informs her that he wants her first-born child. When she discovers she is pregnant, she attempts to run away. However, Thomas and Prince Charming devise a plan to capture Rumplestiltskin. The plan succeeds, but Thomas disappears. Rumplestiltskin vows that she will never see Thomas again until the contract is fulfilled. After the Dark Curse is cast, Ella is sent to the Land Without Magic.In Storybrooke, she is Ashley Boyd, a single, 19-year-old, pregnant maid. The baby's father Sean Herman is forbidden to see Ashley by his father Mitchell, leading to Mitchell arranging for Mr. Gold to pay Ashley in exchange for the baby. She originally agrees to the exchange, but later decides to keep her child. She attempts to flee town but goes into labor at the city limits. Emma Swan brings her to the hospital, where she gives birth to a daughter and reunites with Sean. Emma agrees to be in-debt to Mr. Gold if Ashley is allowed to keep the baby. Ashley and Sean are later engaged. After Regina undoes her curse, Ashley goes back to the Enchanted Forest, but returns following a new curse. Ashley begins teaching parenting classes in Storybrooke at her day care. She later reunites with Clorinda and is nearly killed by Lady Tremaine. Emma managed to heal Ashley, who is then reunited with Sean.
- Princess Aurora (seasons 2–4) portrayed by Sarah Bolger,  At first, she blames them for Phillip's death, but eventually, she helps them get back to Storybrooke. She and Mulan later successfully recover Phillip's soul and find a wounded Neal Cassidy after he is transported from a portal in Storybrooke, assisting him on his quest to find Emma and Henry. It is later revealed that Aurora and Phillip are expecting a baby, much to Mulan's dismay as she secretly has romantic feelings for her. Aurora and Phillip later greet the inhabitants of Storybrooke in the Enchanted Forest upon their transportation, after Regina undid her curse. It is later revealed that they were under the protection of Zelena, the Wicked Witch of the West, though she transforms them into flying monkeys when they reveal her intentions of stealing Snow White and Prince Charming's baby. After Zelena's defeat, the two are restored to human form and begin to live in Storybrooke, where along with Mary Margaret and Ashley, attends parenting classes with her newborn child.
- Prince Phillip (seasons 2–3) portrayed by Julian Morris, is the lover of Princess Aurora. In the Enchanted Forest, the evil witch Maleficent turned Phillip into a monster called the Yaoguai. Belle uses fairy dust to return Phillip to his human form, who then teams with Mulan to find Aurora. Prince Phillip then teams up with Mulan in search of Princess Aurora. When the curse is cast, they both are frozen for 28 years. Twenty-eight years later, when the curse is weakened, Phillip and Mulan awaken from their frozen state and resume their search for Aurora. They find her some time after the curse officially breaks. He wakes Aurora from her sleeping curse. However, a wraith marks Phillip and the creature sucks out his soul. It is later revealed by Cora that Phillip's soul was merely transported to another world and Aurora and Mulan later restore Phillip's soul. The three then find a wounded Neal Cassidy (Baelfire), assisting him on his quest to find Emma and Henry. It is later revealed that Aurora and Phillip are expecting a child. Aurora and Phillip later greet the inhabitants of Storybrooke in the Enchanted Forest upon their transportation, after Peter Pan's curse took them back to their original worlds. Prior to the curse's reversal, they were under the protection of Zelena, the Wicked Witch of the West, though she transforms them into flying monkeys when they reveal her intentions of stealing Snow White and Prince Charming's baby. After Zelena's defeat, the two are restored to human form and begin to live in Storybrooke.
- Mulan (seasons 2–3, 5) portrayed by Jamie Chung,  Mulan later trusts Mary Margaret and Emma, helping them return to Storybrooke. Later, Mulan and Aurora successfully recover Phillip's soul and find a wounded Neal Cassidy after he is transported from a portal in Storybrooke, assisting him on his quest to find Emma and Henry. It is later revealed that Aurora and Phillip are expecting a baby, much to Mulan's dismay as she secretly has romantic feelings for her, though she leaves to join Robin Hood's Merry Men. Mulan later ends up in DunBroch, where she teaches Merida in combat and archery. Then she later teams up with Ruby after she freed her from the Witch and both begin a journey to find Ruby's family of lycans which leads them to the Land of Oz. The two of them later help revive Dorothy after she was placed under a sleeping curse by Zelena.
- Cora Mills/Queen of Hearts (seasons 1–5, Wonderland) portrayed by Barbara Hershey, Rose McGowan and Jennifer Koenig,  In Storybrooke, she turns a rehabilitating Regina back to evil but is unintentionally killed by Regina. In the Underworld, Cora is the Mayor of Underbrooke. Per Hades' command, Cora tries to get Regina out of the land, but fails and is demoted to the mills. She is then rescued by Killian and Regina and decides to make amends with Zelena. After healing the broken bond between Zelena and Regina, Cora is granted entrance into Mount Olympus.
- William Smee (seasons 2–4, 6) portrayed by Chris Gauthier, is a man capable of procuring objects that are hard to find. In the Enchanted Forest, he makes a deal with Rumplestiltskin to get his life extended; Smee trades him a magic bean for his age reversal. Captain Hook manages to intervene and kidnaps Smee to obtain the bean, later appointing him as a crewman on his ship, the Jolly Roger. Hook uses the bean to create a portal that takes the ship to Neverland where he and his crew will never age. In Neverland, Smee serves as an adviser to Hook, assisting in his murderous aspirations to kill Rumplestiltskin and to raise the newly arrived Baelfire. In Storybrooke, Smee appears as a homeless man who kidnaps Belle under the orders of her father Moe French. Mr. Gold later uses him as an experiment for his spell that would enable anyone to cross the border to Storybrooke without losing their memories. When Hook arrives in Storybrooke, Smee immediately begins following orders, retrieving Mr. Gold's most prized possession – Baelfire's shawl. In retaliation, Gold turns Smee into a rat. He is later reformed to his human body when the Dark Curse is reversed and returns to serving Captain Hook.
- Owen Flynn/Greg Mendell (seasons 2–3) portrayed by Ethan Embry and Benjamin Stockham,  More than 28 years later, a man crashes his car into Storybrooke. His name is later revealed to be Greg Mendell, an alias of Owen. When Greg is brought to the hospital, the residents debate whether to save his life and risk the truth of Storybrooke being revealed to the outside world. He is ultimately saved, and remains in the town to investigate the strange happenings of Storybrooke. Regina eventually learns of Greg's identity, telling him to leave the town. Greg ignores her, as it is revealed he is in alliance with Neal Cassidy's fiancée, Tamara. The two kidnap Regina and torture her to reveal his father's whereabouts. She eventually tells him that she killed his father. A hurt Greg plans to kill Regina but escapes when David Nolan tracks him down. Greg and Tamara later obtain a trigger to obliterate Storybrooke, though it is foiled. The two instead kidnap Henry Mills, travelling to Neverland. Upon their arrival, Greg and Tamara realize that they had been fooled. When confronted by the Lost Boys, the pair refuse to hand Henry to them, causing Peter Pan's Shadow to rip out Greg's shadow from his body, killing him instantly.
- Tamara (seasons 2–3) portrayed by Sonequa Martin-Green,  After the curse breaks, Tamara comes to Storybrooke and reunites with Greg. During her time in Storybrooke, she tries to kill August to prevent him from warning the others. After finding a tigger that can eliminate Storybrooke, she and Greg triggers it as a distraction to kidnap Henry to Neverland, where Tamara finds out that the Home Office is fake. As she attempts to escape the Lost Boys, she is struck by an arrow. Mr. Gold later rips her heart out to find out Henry's whereabouts, before crushing it.
- Felix (seasons 2–3) portrayed by Parker Croft, is a member of the Lost Boys and Peter Pan's right-hand boy. In Neverland, he leads the group into searching Captain Hook's ship for Baelfire, whom he eventually finds and delivers to Peter Pan, though he is not the boy wanted – Henry Mills. When Neal arrives in Neverland to save his son Henry, Felix captures him until being knocked out after he breaks free. Upon his capture of the group from Storybrooke, Felix is taken to the town and placed in jail, until Peter Pan breaks him free, explaining his plot to make the town "The New Neverland" with possession of the original Dark Curse. However, Pan reveals he needs the heart of the thing he loves most to enact it. As Felix was the most loyal to him, Pan uses his heart to enact the curse, thus killing him as a sacrifice.
- Malcolm/Peter Pan/Pied Piper (seasons 3, 5–6) portrayed by Robbie Kay and Stephen Lord,  Some time later, Pan visits Hamelin in the Enchanted Forest posing as the Pied Piper to expand what would later become the Lost Boys. He also blackmails John and Michael Darling to help him with his tasks, in exchange for their sister Wendy's life, who had been lured back to Neverland, sending them to the Land Without Magic before the Queen's curse to retrieve a boy soon-to-be born. After Henry is brought to Neverland, he tricks him by being a fugitive boy. He later reveals to Henry that he has the Heart of the Truest Believer. Pan falsely claims to Henry that magic is dying in Neverland, persuading him to give him his heart, leading Henry to temporarily die. After Pan traps Gold inside Pandora's Box, Regina successfully reclaims Henry's heart and revives him, before Pan swaps his and Henry's souls. Once in Storybrooke, he steals the Dark Curse's scroll from Regina's vault and casts a new curse, but is eventually killed by Rumplestilskin and regresses back to Malcolm in the process and his curse was undone by Regina. After death, Malcolm's Peter Pan form ends up in the Underworld. When the heroes arrive in the Underworld, Pan plans to return to the living by exchanging one of their lives. Mr. Gold later enlists Pan as part of a loophole for a deal with Hades that involves abducting Zelena before the two of them can have dinner together. After the contract for Gold and Belle's baby is ripped up by Hades, Pan and Mr. Gold then plan to use Robin's heart to revive Pan. However, it was a trick by Mr. Gold as the heart he has put into Pan's body is actually a wineskin he had filled with water from the River of Lost Souls and glamoured as a heart sending him into the River of Lost Souls.
- Edwin (Wonderland) portrayed by Shaun Smyth, is the husband to his second wife Sarah and father to Alice and Millie. In Victorian England, he is briefly seen when a young Alice returns from Wonderland. He is saddened of his wife's death and Alice's disappearance. While Alice is in Wonderland, Edwin remarries to a woman named Sarah and they have a daughter named Millie. When Alice returns from Wonderland, Edwin reveals to her that as she had been gone for so long, everyone assumed she was dead. He does not believe that Alice is lying, though Dr. Lydgate tells him that his daughter is delusional. After hearing that Alice had escaped from Bethlem Asylum, he is visited by Jafar under the alias of Dr. Sheffield. He takes Edwin to Wonderland, keeping him prisoner in his tower and posing as him to reconnect and gain sympathy from Alice. Jafar eventually brings Edwin before Alice, threatening to throw him into the sea to force Alice to use another of her wishes. Alice originally declines and Edwin is thrown to his doom, only to be returned to England as Alice uses her second wish to return her father back to his home. Edwin is unsure if he is delusional of the visit or if it was real. Following Jafar's defeat, he is seen welcoming Cyrus to the family as he and Alice are married in London.
- Dr. Arthur Lydgate (season 6, Wonderland) portrayed by Jonny Coyne, psychiatrist from Bethlem Asylum. In Victorian England, he is a member of the Academy of Sciences, which has the final say on who they admit as a member. One of the people he turned down is Dr. Henry Jekyll, who at the time was creating a serum that would split a person into two with different personalities. After turning down Jekyll, Dr. Lydgate is confronted by Jekyll's alter ego, Mr. Hyde, who threatens to expose his affair with his assistant if Jekyll isn't admitted. He then makes Jekyll a member. After Mr. Hyde kills his daughter, he watches as Mr. Hyde flees the scene. After those events took place, he admits Alice at his asylum and taunts her, telling her that her stories of Wonderland are entirely fictitious and insane. He tells Alice that there is a new treatment that will take away her memories of Wonderland, to which she agrees. The morning of the procedure, the Knave and White Rabbit come to save Alice, and the three of them escape the asylum, journeying through a rabbit hole back to Wonderland, after a shocked Dr. Lydgate witnesses Percy the White Rabbit. Dr. Lydgate is later visited by Jafar under the alias of Dr. Sheffield where he uses the White Rabbit to get Dr. Lydgate to tell him where he can find Alice's father Edwin.
- Tweedledum (Wonderland) portrayed by Ben Cotton, is the twin brother to Tweedledee and servant of the Red Queen following her engagement to the Red King. While Anastasia, the soon to be Red Queen, is settling in at the castle, they introduce themselves to her. When she cheerfully inquires for their names, Tweedledee states that due to their status as servants, they don't have any. During the conversation, Tweedledum notices the Queen of Hearts has come to greet Anastasia. The two Tweedles follow closely behind as the women stroll and casually talk. Years later, his brother began working with Jafar while his loyalty towards the Red Queen remains. Eventually, Jafar his defeated. Tweedledum then attends Alice's wedding in Victorian with the others and returned shortly afterward.
- Tweedledee (Wonderland) portrayed by Matty Finochio, is the twin brother to Tweedledum and servant of the Red Queen following her engagement to the Red King. Tweedledee has secretly worked with Jafar. Tweedledum hears through the grape vine that Cyrus has been captured. As he goes to tell the Red Queen of this, he discovers Tweedledee's secret association with Jafar and also informs the Red Queen of this. When Jafar visits the Red Queen's palace, he finds a box addressed to him by the Red Queen containing Tweedledee's head as he tells Jafar "I think she's onto us." Jafar later used the body of one of his servants to place Tweedledee's head onto in exchange that Tweedledee takes Jafar to the Jabberwocky's prison.
- The Caterpillar (seasons 1, 6, Wonderland) voiced by Roger Daltrey and Iggy Pop, is an inhabitant of Wonderland who resides on a mushroom where he is always smoking. The Caterpillar is the boss of a group of warriors called Collectors who are sent to collect the debts to the Caterpillar from anyone. The Knave of Hearts is in debt to the Caterpillar. Cyrus once traded his compass to the Caterpillar in exchange for an invisible tent at the edge of the Outlands. Sometime later, when Jefferson and the Evil Queen comes to Wonderland, they are greeted by the Caterpillar. Years later, when the Knave of Hearts and Alice travel to Underland to take possession of the Forget-Me-Knot, the Caterpillar accepts the Knave's deal of obtaining the item from the Grendel for him, in exchange that the Caterpillar erases his debt. The Knave instead keeps the Forget-Me-Knot to help Alice on their quest to find Cyrus. Jafar later visits the Caterpillar so that he can tell him about the Knave of Hearts. When in the presence of Jafar, Caterpillar tells him about the Jabberwocky and where she was imprisoned. Cyrus later visits the Caterpillar to get his compass back.
- Tinker Bell (seasons 3, 6) portrayed by Rose McIver,  Tinker Bell later travels to Neverland. Some years later, she forgives Regina and helps to find her son Henry who had been kidnapped by the sinister Peter Pan. She successfully arrives in Storybrooke with the rest of Storybrooke's residents, where she manages to kill Peter Pan's shadow. Her actions result in saving Mother Superior whose shadow was ripped from her body by Peter Pan's. Mother Superior restores Tinker Bell to fairy status. After returning to the Enchanted Forest and with Snow's baby threaten to be taken by the Wicked Witch, she and Blue and the other fairies search the woods for enchanted objects to defeat Zelena. She later returns to Storybrooke with everyone and encourages Regina to be with Robin Hood after finding out he's her soulmate. She then helps her friends search for answers about a way to stop Zelena when she challenges Regina to a fight.
- Ariel (seasons 3–4, 6) portrayed by Joanna García Swisher, mermaid who is first seen saving Snow White, after she escapes from the Evil Queen Regina's knights by diving into waters from a high cliff. Ariel reveals that she can bear legs upon land for 12 hours according to the sea goddess Ursula's legend. To repay Ariel, Snow takes Ariel to a ball where she meets Prince Eric, a man whom Ariel saved a year prior after a shipwreck. Eric invites Ariel to travel with him, though Regina poses as Ursula to trick Ariel into giving Snow a bracelet that makes her a mermaid, for her to fulfill her wishes and escape to travel the world. However, Ariel discovers Ursula's true identity and stabs Regina after she attempts to kill Snow. Ariel returns to Eric's castle, only to have her voice stolen by Regina, being unable to communicate with him. Regina later summons Ariel to Neverland, revealing that mermaids can travel through realms. After restoring Ariel's voice, she promises to return her legs if she retrieves Pandora's Box from Mr. Gold's shop to defeat Peter Pan. After she completes the quest, Regina gives her the ability to use both her legs and fins with a special bracelet, allowing her to continue her search for Eric in Storybrooke. With help from Belle, she finds Eric as a fisherman and the two reconcile. After Pan enacts his curse, Ariel, along with the other inhabitants, are returned to their original worlds. It is later revealed that Eric was kidnapped by the pirate Blackbeard and sent to Hangman's Island. Ariel eventually finds a safe haven on the island with Eric. Sometime later, Ariel gets accidentally trapped inside a bottle with the Jolly Roger by Elsa and is later freed by Hook and then helps him by bringing King Poseidon to Storybrooke.
- Elizabeth (Wonderland) portrayed by Lauren McKnight, is a young woman who is one of the Caterpillar's Collectors. Alice meets her upon attempting to locate the Knave of Hearts after the two split up. She tells Alice that she and the Knave were great friends in his earlier days, assisting him with many battles in Wonderland. She also reveals of his love for Anastasia, and this being the real reason that he escaped Wonderland....to forget her abandonment of him. Lizard later attempts to help Alice rescue the Knave, though she is knocked out by Jafar. She does regain consciousness where she sees Anastasia looking at the Knave's petrified form. Later after bathing in the river, Elizabeth finds Cyrus' lamp where the Knave of Hearts is now residing. She does make some wishes which improves a nearby town. Elizabeth then admits to the Knave of Hearts that she has feelings for him. After unwittingly making her third wish for the Knave of Hearts to feel something for her, Elizabeth falls dead. The Jabberwocky later finds Elizabeth's dead body and takes her eyes so that Jafar can track down Cyrus' lamp.
- Wendy Darling (seasons 2–3) portrayed by Freya Tingley, Pandora's box, which he and Regina are seeking to defeat Pan in exchange for Wendy's freedom. Pan later forces Wendy to pretend to be ill for Henry to harness his belief in magic, before she is returned to her cage. Mr. Gold is instructed by Ariel to attempt to save Wendy on his quest to kill Pan. Wendy is later saved by Bae, and in return she informs him and the rest of the group of Pan's intentions to kill Henry. She is then rescued and escapes Neverland and reunites with her brothers in Storybrooke. After Regina undoes her original curse, Wendy, along with the other inhabitants of Storybrooke, is sent back to their home world.
- The Jabberwocky (Wonderland) portrayed by Peta Sergeant, is an ancient human-like creature who can enter the minds of anyone. In Wonderland, she is stronger than an entire army and it took one army to imprison her with a blade in her chest. Many years later, she is freed by Jafar who requires her help. After finding Elizabeth's dead body, she takes her eyes for Jafar to locate the third genie's lamp. Learning that the Red Queen has it, the Jabberwocky hunts down the Red Queen and steals the bottle from her. She brings the Red Queen to Jafar as a prisoner and later taunts the Red Queen on her past history, as requested by Jafar. Eventually, the Jabberwocky successfully makes the Red Queen use all of her wishes. Later, after Jafar changed the laws of magic, he uses the Vorpal Blade to pin the Jabberwocky to the dungeon walls upon her serving her purpose. The Jabberwocky is later freed.
- Princess Anna (season 4) portrayed by Elizabeth Lail, is the second daughter of the King and Queen of Arendelle, sister of Elsa, niece of Ingrid and Helga and wife of Kristoff. As a young girl, her parents travel on a mission to the Enchanted Forest, searching for a cure to her sister's powers. However, they are involved in a storm and die in a shipwreck. Elsa discovers this years later, leading Anna to venture to the Enchanted Forest to fulfill their parents' last mission, delaying her wedding to Kristoff. Returning to Arendelle with questions outstanding, Anna becomes suspicious of Ingrid (the Snow Queen) who claims to be her aunt. Ingrid imprisons Anna, using a spell to have her turn on Elsa, resulting in Anna trapping Elsa in the urn. Ingrid then freezes Anna and Kristoff and the kingdom of Arendelle. Thirty years later, Arendelle thaws and Anna and Kristoff escape from Anna's sinister previous lover Prince Hans. With help from Blackbeard, Prince Hans captures the pair who then are placed in a trunk and thrown off the ship. In Storybrooke, Elsa discovers Anna's necklace in Mr. Gold's pawn shop and vows to find her. When Elsa wishes for Anna to return using her Wishing Star necklace, she inadvertently brings Anna from Arendelle to Storybrooke. Anna discovers her mother's letter, leading Ingrid to destroy herself and be with her sisters once more. Anna, along with Elsa and Kristoff, return to Arendelle and reclaim the kingdom from Hans and his brothers and just in time for her wedding.
- Marian (seasons 2–4) portrayed by Christie Laing, is the wife of Robin Hood and mother of Roland. Initially the target for the affection of the Sheriff of Nottingham, she runs away with Robin after falling in love with him. Sometime later, Marian is pregnant and falls ill, causing Robin Hood to obtain a magic wand from Rumplestiltskin's castle to heal her. Marian later gives birth to a son named Roland, though she ends up wanted by the Evil Queen and is sentenced to death. Years later, after Zelena opens a time-travel portal, Emma and Hook are dragged into it and sent to the Enchanted Forest of the past. Emma decides to rescue Marian, but she is later killed by Zelena.
- Kristoff (season 4) portrayed by Scott Michael Foster, is the lover and later husband of Princess Anna. Originally set to marry Anna, she puts the wedding on hold to find the truth behind her parents' death. After Ingrid attempts to harm Anna, Kristoff attempts to save her, only to be frozen by Ingrid. Thirty years later, Arendelle thaws and Anna and Kristoff escape from the sinister Prince Hans, having now taken over the kingdom. With help from Blackbeard, Prince Hans capture Anna and Kristoff, who are thrown from his ship inside a trunk. In Storybrooke, Elsa using Anna's necklace to unintentionally save Anna and Kristoff and bring them to the town. After Ingrid destroys herself, Kristoff returns to Arendelle with Anna and Elsa and claims backs the kingdom and just in time for his wedding.
- The Apprentice (seasons 4–5) portrayed by Timothy Webber and Graham Verchere, is an elderly man who works for the sorcerer Merlin in Camelot and later the Enchanted Forest. He protects his teacher's creation, a box capable of transforming into a hat for absorbing and accumulating magic, from each person that takes on the Dark One's powers. A version of the Dark One, Rumplestiltskin manages to steal the hat, but it is then taken by Princess Anna of Arendelle. Some time later, Ingrid obtains the hat and gives it back to the Apprentice in exchange for a portal to the real world for Ingrid to complete her family. Snow White and Prince Charming also cross paths with the Apprentice, offering them a spell to remove any potential darkness from their expected baby. After they obtain Maleficent's egg, the Apprentice places the darkness inside and transports it to the real world. The Apprentice later confronts the Author for manipulating the transportation of Maleficent's egg and imprisons him for his irresponsibility. In Storybrooke, the Apprentice is visited by Mr. Gold, who uses the hat to place the Apprentice inside and use its power to be cleaved of the Dark One's dagger's control. Mother Superior later frees the Apprentice from the hat. He later helps to save Mr. Gold's life by placing the Dark One's dark powers into the hat. Unfortunately, the darkness escapes and enters the Apprentice's body which weakens him. While in a weakened state, he reveals that Merlin is the only one who can stop the darkness forever after it is taken in by Emma Swan. He then procures a wand to assist the residents in their transport to Camelot to find him. Afterward, the Apprentice takes his last breath and passes away. Henry later encounters the Apprentice in the Underworld where he learns that the Apprentice's unfinished business is to make sure Henry does the right thing if he happens to get the key to the Sorcerer's Mansion from Sheriff James where the Magic Quill is contained.
- Maleficent (seasons 1–2, 4, 7, Wonderland) portrayed by Kristin Bauer van Straten,  Some time later, Regina visits Maleficent and steals the Dark Curse from her. After laying her egg, it is stolen by Snow White and Prince David and unintentionally send to the Land Without Magic by the Apprentice. When the Dark Curse is cast, Maleficent is sent to the Land Without Magic. In Storybrooke, Regina traps Maleficent in her dragon form beneath Storybrooke's abandoned library and is slain by Emma to retrieve the true love potion, leaving her in an undead form. When Cruella and Ursula arrive in Storybrooke with Rumplestiltskin, they resurrect Maleficent to get even with the heroes. At this time, Maleficent reunites with her daughter Lilith and together they locate Lilith's father: Zorro. After the creation of the United Realms, Maleficent is invited for Regina's coronation, but does not RSVP.
- Ursula (season 4) portrayed by Merrin Dungey and Tiffany Boone, is the daughter of King Poseidon. In the Oceanic Realm, as a mermaid, she is forced by her father to sing and lure pirates to their death. Hoping for a better life, Ursula joins Killian to travel far from her realm. But with interruptions from her father, she loses her voice to Killian. Out for vengeance, she turns herself into a sea witch and takes over the Oceanic Realm. She then befriends Maleficent and Cruella and works to escape Regina's curse. Unintentionally, she is sent to the Land Without Magic with Cruella and Maleficent's egg where she uses the egg to keep herself from aging. Many years later, Ursula works as an aquarium worker in New York. Rumplestiltskin finds her and offers her a happy ending if she works with him, Cruella and Maleficent. Entering Storybrooke, Killian makes a deal with Ursula for information regarding Rumplestiltskin's plan in-exchange for her singing voice. When this fails, Killian retrieves King Poseidon with Ariel's help, who apologises to Ursula for his past actions. Reconciling with her father upon having her singing voice returned, Ursula leaves with him to return to the Oceanic Realm.
- Isaac Heller (seasons 4, 6) portrayed by Patrick Fischler, is an author. Working as a television sales person in the Land Without Magic, Isaac is offered the position of being an author by the Apprentice who takes him to Fairy Tale Land to record stories of its inhabitants. During his time as the author, he manipulates his power to alter the life of many, including Cruella De Vil, Snow White, Prince Charming, Maleficent, Ursula, and Lilith, prompting the Apprentice to trap Isaac in the Once Upon a Time book as punishment. Despite being trapped, the book is constantly updated until the Dark Curse is cast, and Isaac's writing comes to a halt. Years later, he is sought by many wanting to alter their fate for a happy ending. Isaac is freed from the book and aligns himself with Rumplestiltskin as he too wishes to alter his own fate. Once obtaining ink for his quill, Isaac alters the Storybrooke inhabitants’ fate, sucking everyone but Henry into the World Within the Book. His wrongdoing is then undone by Henry and he is imprisoned by David and Snow. He is later freed by Regina in-exchange for information about the ending of the Once Upon a Time book. After revealing the fate of the Savior and the book's Final Battle, Isaac leaves Storybrooke back into the Land Without Magic.
- Lilith Page/Starla (season 4) portrayed by Agnes Bruckner and Nicole Munoz, Hopkins, Minnesota, though she runs away after feeling alone. She meets a similar-aged Emma who befriends her after realizing their supposed similar orphan situation but parts ways after Emma finds out that Lilith has a family of her own. Lilith later tracks Emma down at her new foster family and after unintentionally destroying Emma's life with them, Lilith decides to part ways with Emma for good. Aboard a bus, she is approached by the Apprentice who tells her about her origin and how Emma's parents are responsible for the damage of her family. Lilith later begins plotting a way to Storybrooke to get even. Years later, per Maleficent's request, Emma tracks Lilith, who goes by the name of Starla, down and convinces her to go back with her to Storybrooke. Lilith lies to her and convinces Emma that her life turned out fine, but later steals Emma's car with the Sorcerer's scroll to get into Storybrooke. The two eventually make amends and Lilith is reunited with Maleficent in Storybrooke. She convinces Maleficent to get revenge on Prince Charming and Snow White, but Maleficent chooses to let it go, causing her to down the revenge pay on her own by turning into a dragon. Eventually, she listens to Maleficent by giving up on revenge. Briefly, Lilith, along the other Storybrooke inhabitants, is sent to the Alternate World after Isaac Heller rewrites the Once Upon a Time book, but is returned shortly afterward. Following Isaac's defeat, Lilith decides to stay in Storybrooke permanently with Maleficent, at the same time, to locate her father. By the end of the series, it was revealed that Maleficent reunited with the father of Lily who turns out to be someone named Zorro.
- Merlin (seasons 4–5) portrayed by Elliot Knight and voiced by Jonathan Adams is a powerful sorcerer. Running in a desert, Merlin is gifted water in the form of a Holy Grail due to thirst by the Gods which gives him magical ability. Merlin uses his magic to help others in-need in Camelot. One day, he is approached by Nimue who needed help from Vortigan, a man who attacked her village. Eventually, Nimue becomes power hungry after drinking the water from the Holy Grail and Merlin is forced to tender her to a dagger, making her the first Dark One. Some time later, Nimue gets even with Merlin and turns him into a tree. Trapped in the tree, Merlin prophecies the future of Camelot, where Arthur would become the King of the realm. In the Land Without Magic, briefly by unknown means, Merlin appears as an usher to a young Emma Swan, warning her to never pull Excalibur from its stone in the future. Years later, he is freed from his imprisonment by Regina and Emma, causing King Arthur and his knights to rebel against him for aiding Regina and Emma. Merlin tried to remove the darkness from Emma, but Emma refused as it would result in the death of Hook. When Hook becomes a Dark One as well, Merlin records a message for the heroes on how to defeat the darkness, but is interrupted by Hook, who wishes to cast the Dark Curse to send everyone back to Storybrooke to get revenge on Mr. Gold. Hook, as Nimue, rips Merlin's heart and crushes it into a pot with the curse's ingredients which enacts the curse.
- King Arthur (season 5) portrayed by Liam Garrigan and Webb Baker Hayes, is the ruler of Camelot. As a young boy, it was prophesied by Merlin that he will become the King of Camelot. Sometime later, he pulls Excalibur out from the stone, but notices that half of the sword is missing. He then marries Guinevere and makes her Queen of Camelot. Later on, using the Sands of Avalon, he turns his tower into a castle. Years later, he greets the inhabitants of Storybrooke into Camelot, who are seeking Merlin. While there are in Camelot, he discovers the missing piece of Excalibur—the dagger of the Dark One. He manipulates events to get the dagger, eventually working with Zelena and binding Merlin to Excalibur, forcing him to kill the heroes. Emma intervenes, forcing Arthur and Zelena to retreat. He later works with Zelena to get an Enchanted Helm from DunBroch, but is defeated by Merida and her clans. Later, when Hook—the newest Dark One cast another curse, Arthur is sent to Storybrooke. In Storybrooke, Arthur reunites with the other inhabitants of Camelot and forms a camp nearby. He also works with the heroes to find out what happened back in Camelot, due to everyone's memories of their time in Camelot being erased by the curse. He is later arrested by David for deceiving the heroes but escapes sometime later. He is then killed by Hades ending up in the Underworld. There, he help Hook to send a message to Emma on a way to defeat Hades. After succeeding, a portal to Mount Olympus opened for both of them, but Arthur chose to stay back and make the Underworld his new kingdom. This worked as he has overthrown Cruella and ruled over the Underworld for over 50 years.
- Queen Merida (season 5) portrayed by Amy Manson, is the daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor and sister to her triplet brothers. When her mother is transformed into a bear by the Witch of DunBroch, she helps transform her back to human form. Years later, she witness the death of her father, resulting in her being the next Queen of DunBroch. When the United Clans claims that she's unfit to rule, they kidnaps her triplet brothers in a form of protest. While searching for her brothers, she meets Emma, the new Dark One. At first, she was willing to help Emma, but eventually betrays her after a misunderstanding. She is later jailed by Arthur, but is freed by Merlin. Kidnapping Belle, she makes her help in the search of her brothers, eventually rescuing them. She also finds out that Arthur was responsible for the death of her father. On a horseback ride to Camelot, she is swept away to Storybrooke by the curse cast by Hook. In Storybrooke upon being brought there by the Dark Curse, Merida became a minion for Emma as she has her heart to train Mr. Gold to become heroic enough to release Excalibur and at the same time use him to kill Emma. Mr. Gold passed this event by defeating Merida's bear form. Upon releasing Mr. Gold and Merida from her clutches, Emma then tells Merida that her three brothers are safe with their mother in DunBroch. She is then asked by Regina to guard Emma but ends up being knocked out by Hook. Merida then receives her memories back along with everyone else by Emma, and is later ask to watch Arthur in his jail cell while they travel to Underworld to bring Hook back. Eventually, the heroes open a portal for her, the Camelot inhabitants, and the Merry Men to return to the Enchanted Forest where she later returns home to DunBroch.
- Queen Guinevere (season 5) portrayed by Joana Metrass and Dalila Bela, is the wife of King Arthur who resides in Camelot. As a young girl, she believed in Arthur's dreams of becoming a king, and that upon returning with Excalibur she became his wife. Unfortunately, she would become neglected by Arthur's obsession with Excalibur, resulting in her falling for Lancelot. The two even went on a mission to seek out the Dark One's dagger. Thanks to a deal made by Rumplestiltskin, she traded the gauntlet in exchange for the magical sands that came from the sap of a tree that is found on Avalon. When Arthur finds out about her feelings for Lancelot, he takes the sands and uses it on Guinevere to make her follow his orders and then they both use it to fix Camelot and make it into a castle. She then uses the sand on David and Mary Margaret so they can follow Arthur's orders but they are later free from it thanks to Merlin. Guinevere later watches in horror when the Dark Curse consumes all of Camelot and takes them to Storybrooke. When Captain Hook's Dark One form evoked the Dark Curse, Guinevere is among those that ended up in Storybrooke with her memory of the last six weeks erased. She is later sent to the Enchanted Forest and then back to Camelot with her people and the Merry Men and Merida.
- Sir Lancelot (seasons 2, 5) portrayed by Sinqua Walls, is the son of the Lady of the Lake, and one of King Arthur's knights of the round table. During his tenure, Lancelot witnesses Arthur free Excalibur from its stone, though abandons his place on the Round Table after falling in love with Arthur's wife Guinevere. After leaving Camelot, he became a servant of King George under the alias of Leviathan. Under the orders of King George, Lancelot captures Snow White and brings her to him, unintentionally allowing King George to curse her with water that makes her barren forever. Lancelot revisits Snow, mentioning that he had no knowledge of the water's content. Using the remnants of the water in Lake Nostos, Lancelot is able to undo the curse on Snow White. At some point, he returns to Camelot and sneaks into King Arthur's castle. During the night where David is bestowed the Siege Perilous seat by Arthur, Snow White goes out to the hallway to calm down her crying baby son where she sees a shadowy figure walk past. When she calls out to the person, Lancelot steps out much to her astonishment. He assures her it is truly him. After putting aside the story of his struggles, Lancelot warns her about a villain that is currently in the castle. At first, Snow assumes he is speaking about Emma. Instead, Lancelot reveals that King Arthur is the villain and Camelot is not what it seems. When Arthur found out that Lancelot was alive and confronted him and Mary Margaret in the Dark One's Vault, David found out where the suspicions towards King Arthur were confirmed. When the rest of the Knights arrive at Granny's to help King Arthur, Lancelot also discovered that Guinevere was under Arthur's command thanks to the sand dust that was used on her by King Arthur. Lancelot is locked up in the dungeon where he meets Merida as they both plan to find a way to defeat King Arthur. Both of them are freed by David's group with the help of Merlin. Following Captain Hook being tethered to Excalibur, Merlin sends Sir Lancelot to his mother, the Lady of the Lake.
- Violet Morgan (seasons 5–6) portrayed by Olivia Steele-Falconer, is the daughter of Sir Morgan. She hopes to follow her late mother's footsteps as a champion horseback rider. When the Storybrooke inhabitants comes to Camelot, she and Henry grow close over their shared passion for music. Emma manipulates their burgeoning relationship to break Henry's heart and obtain his teardrop as a spell component to free Merlin. Later, the Dark Curse sends Violet and her father to the Land Without Magic, along with much of Camelot's population. With their memories erased, she and Henry are again attracted to each other. After Henry recovers Violet's missing horse, Nicodemus, they share a kiss. Violet accompanies Henry to New York City in his quest to destroy magic, and returns to Storybrooke with him. When the other Camelot residents leave, Violet tells Henry that she and her father will be staying because Sir Morgan is originally from Connecticut in Henry's world. Violet becomes a student at Storybrooke High. When Henry realizes the Evil Queen is impersonating Regina, Violet invents an excuse to help Henry escape during their date. She continues to date Henry after the Final Battle, but eventually they break up.
- Robin Hood/Margot (seasons 5–7) portrayed by Tiera Skovbye, is the daughter of Robin and Zelena, half-sister of Roland, and Alice's fiancé. Robin is born out of wedlock because of Zelena's trickery towards Robin Hood. As a baby, Zelena raises her in Storybrooke after the town once again found peace after the Final Battle was won. Shortly afterward, Robin is brought to the New Enchanted Forest, where due to the time difference, grows into a 25-year-old woman who specializes in archery. She also engages in a relationship with Alice. After the Dark Curse is cast, Robin ends up in the Land Without Magic. In Hyperion Heights, Robin is now Margot and is Kelly's daughter. However, she goes to Amsterdam with tickets from Roni. She afterward ends up in Phuket for a foam party and never returns home. She eventually comes back to Hyperion Heights and reconnects with her mother. She unknowingly re-meets her lover Alice and they continue their relationship. Once the curse breaks, they're reunited. With Hook's blessing, Robin proposes to Alice and after the creation of the United Realms, they attend Regina's coronation.
- Hades (season 5) |portrayed by Greg Germann, is the God of the Underworld. He is the son of Kronos, brother of Zeus and the uncle of Hercules. After his father Cronus appoints Zeus as the next ruler of Mount Olympus, he kills him. Zeus then stops his heart from beating and banishes him to the Underworld to be its ruler. One day, he appeared before Liam Jones and offered to let the ship sink in exchange that Liam and Killain be spared and the Eye of the Storm will be in their possession. Years later, he meets Zelena in the Land of Oz and was interested in her time travelling spell. He fell in love with her but Zelena saw it as a trick and asked him to go back to the Underworld. When Emma and her allies arrive in the Underworld, he forces Cora to get rid of the heroes from his land. Failing, he turns Cora back into a miller and forces her to work at an underground mill for her failure. After Hercules and Megara ascend to Mount Olympus, Hades decides to trap the heroes in the Underworld by forcing Hook to write a new name on a gravestone for each soul that leaves. When Hook refuses, he hangs Hook over the River of Lost Souls. He also sends Captain Silver to the Worst Place and tries sending Hook, later Liam, there but fails. He also buys the contract made by Rumplestiltskin years ago with Fendrake, threatening to take Mr. Gold's second unborn child with Belle. He is later reunited with Zelena, who falls in love with him. When she is kidnapped, he asks Emma's help to get her back. Later, after his heart starts beating again due to true love's kiss, a portal is opened. He turns over the Underworld to Cruella as he leaves for Storybrooke with Zelena and her child. There, he kills King Arthur and hopes to take over Storybrooke. Using the Olympian Crystal, he kills Robin Hood. Zelena then kills him with the Olympian Crystal.
- Dr. Henry Jekyll (seasons 5–6) portrayed by Hank Harris, is a physician. In Victorian England, he tries to join the Academy of Sciences run by Dr. Lydgate but he turns him down, claiming that his experiments are too dangerous. With Rumplestiltskin's help, Dr. Jekyll uses a serum to change his personality, along with his looks and shows up uninvited at a party hosted by Dr. Lydgate. He also ends up in a relationship with Mary while as Mr. Hyde. When Mary finds out that he used the serum to pose as Mr. Hyde, they both engage in a rough fight, leading to Dr. Jekyll accidentally pushing her from her bedroom window, falling to her death. He later goes to the Land of Untold Stories. When David, Snow, Zelena and Hook accidentally get sent there through a portal, Dr. Jekyll meets them but is afraid to help them because of what the Warden might do to him. Later, he finishes the serum he developed to separate his good side and his evil side and Hyde separates from him. He is later rescued by David, Snow, Zelena and Hook and is taken along with them to Storybrooke to live a better life. He later works with Dr. Whale in his garage to make a new serum to defeat the Evil Queen (Serum). He later tries to hurt Belle, resulting in Hook killing him. The side effect also kills Mr. Hyde.
- Mr. Hyde (seasons 5–6) portrayed by Sam Witwer, is Dr. Jekyll's alter ego. In Victorian England, after Dr. Jekyll, with the help of Rumplestiltskin, creates a serum, he uses it to transform himself to Mr. Hyde. He threatens to expose Dr. Lydgate's affair with his assistant if he does not give a place in the academy for Dr. Jekyll. He then ends up in a relationship with Mary, but she is later killed by Dr. Jekyll. He later confronts Rumplestiltskin about the incident and makes his way to the Land of Untold Stories. Years later in the Land of Untold Stories, Hyde steals the Pandora's Box containing Belle and her unborn child from Gold by using the Apprentice's Wand after he is told the Dark One has found love. After he is separated from Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde makes a deal with Gold telling him where to travel to find a way to free Belle from her sleeping curse. In return, he travels to Storybrooke with his fellow Untold Stories and announces to Regina Mills it is his. After a dirigible from the Land of Untold Stories arrives, Dr. Jekyll, David Nolan, and Regina were able to subdue Mr. Hyde with special shackles despite Emma having some hand tremors at the time. While locked up in the psychiatric ward of the Storybrooke Hospital, Mr. Hyde states that Emma should follow a red bird if she wants to find the answers to her hand tremors. He is later freed by the Evil Queen. When Hook kills Dr. Jekyll, he also dies as he is Dr. Jekyll's alter ego.
- Gideon (seasons 6–7) portrayed by Giles Matthey and Anton Starkman,
- Aladdin (season 6) portrayed by Deniz Akdeniz, is a thief and the Savior before Emma Swan. As a thief, Aladdin is hired by Princess Jasmine to locate the Diamond in the Rough at the Cave of Wonders, but Jasmine afterward reveals that she had been looking for Aladdin as the Savior of Agrabah. When the Capital Palace is attacked by Jafar, Aladdin saves the Sultan and Jasmine by breaking Jafar's staff. After Jafar escapes, Aladdin hunts him down, but is gifted a pair of scissors which can cut his fate of being the Savior, which Aladdin uses. Knowing that Jasmine is looking for him to save Agrabah, Aladdin retreats to the Enchanted Forest and is swept by the Dark Curse to the Land Without Magic. Years later, Emma finds Aladdin in an underground cemetery. He gives her the scissors as a backup plan for her as she is the current Savior. He then reunites with Princess Jasmine and becomes a genie to help locate Agrabah's whereabouts. However, he is captured by the Evil Queen and becomes her slave. When she is temporarily defeated, Aladdin is freed. Together with Jasmine, they return to Fairy Tale Land to locate Agrabah. With help from Hook and Ariel, they find Jafar's genie lamp and discover that Agrabah is inside the Crown Jewel of Agrabah. After freeing their realm, Aladdin rules Agrabah with Jasmine but is threatened with the Black Fairy's curse, which destroys all of Agrabah, forcing Aladdin, Jasmine, and a few of their citizens to retreat into the Portal of Doors. After the curse is lifted, and all the realms are restored, Aladdin and Jasmine return home. Standing atop the palace's balcony, Aladdin and Jasmine look upon their realm with much happiness.
- Tiger Lily (seasons 6–7) portrayed by Sara Tomko, is a fairy. After the birth of Fiona's son, Tiger Lily and the Blue Fairy visit Fiona and Tiger Lily is revealed as the child's fairy godmother. Later on, after Fiona learned of her son's fate as the Savior, Tiger Lily helps her to find the child destined to kill Fiona's son in the far future. Breaking into the Sacred Vault of the Fairies, Tiger Lily is tricked by Fiona, who intends to create a curse to banish all the children of their land to the Land Without Magic. With the Blue Fairy's help, Fiona is banished to the Dark Realm, and Tiger Lily and the Blue Fairy reveal Fiona's fate to her husband, Malcolm. Since then, Tiger Lily removes her fairy status and relocates to Neverland. Years later, she comes across Captain Hook and teams up with him to send word to the current savior, Emma, that Fiona, now known as the Black Fairy, intends to kill her during the Final Battle. Tiger Lily helps Hook escape from the Lost Boys into a portal back to Storybrooke. Tiger Lily eventually regains her fairy status and helps Henry and his daughter Lucy in the far future to locate a magical wardrobe in the New Enchanted Forest. However, after Henry is captured by the Coven of the Eight, Tiger Lily brings Lucy to her mother at Tiana's palace.
- Alice/Tilly (season 7) portrayed by Rose Reynolds, is the daughter of Hook and Gothel and Robin's Fiancée. Born in a tower, Alice is used by Gothel to escape the tower, replacing Alice as its prisoner. Hoping to not abandon her, Hook stays behind to take care of her. However, Gothel separates them with the Curse of the Poisoned Heart. Eventually, a giant troll frees Alice from the tower on her 17th birthday. Her freedom leads to a romantic relationship with Robin after crossing paths with her. When the Dark Curse is cast, Alice is sent to the Land Without Magic. In Hyperion Heights, she is Tilly, who works with Detective Weaver and frequents the statue site that the Troll became. Tilly is forced into taking pills, which prevents her from remembering her past life. Once, when she refuses, she remembers Rumplestiltskin and shoots Detective Weaver. She later becomes a suspect in the murders of Dr. Sage and Hilda, but Detective Rogers proved that she had an alibi and was being framed. Gothel later orchestrated events that would bring Tilly to the Coven of Eights. During the final battle with Gothel where Henry's kiss on an unconscious Roni breaks the spell, Tilly regains her memory and turns Gothel into a tree. While apologizing to Gothel for her action, Tilly grows Lupinus pilosus at the base of the tree. Afterward, she and Margot embrace each other. Eventually with the blessings of her father Robin proposes to her and they both attend Regina's coronation.
- Anastasia (season 7) portrayed by Yael Yurman and Sophia Reid-Gant, is the daughter of Marcus and Rapunzel Tremaine, sister of Drizella, step-daughter of Cecelia, and step-sister of Ella. Despite her mother's disappearance, Anastasia refuses to give up hope, unlike Drizella. After six years, Anastasia lures her mother back by using lanterns, an idea Drizella gave. However, one winter, Anastasia falls into thin ice along with Ella. As Marcus dove in to rescue Ella first, Anastasia was at the brink of death. Rapunzel brings her to Gothel, who preserves her last breath until she can be awoken. Her mother places her in a coffin and vows to do what it takes to awake her. When the Dark Curse is cast, Anastasia and her coffin are sent to the Land Without Magic. In Hyperion Heights, she is awaken by Victoria Belfrey but is manipulated by Eloise Gardener to use Anastasia's guardian powers. She is saved by Ivy, and together they return to the New Enchanted Forest.
- Mother Gothel/Eloise Gardener (season 7) portrayed by Emma Booth, nymph in the Land Without Magic, Gothel befriends a group of human women. However, they betray her and slaughter her family. Angered with mankind, Gothel and Seraphina wipe the realm clean and escape to New Fairy Tale Land where she forms the Coven of the Eight with hopes of returning to the Land Without Magic to reclaim the realm. Gothel also sexually assaults Hook, resulting in the birth of Alice. Eventually, pawning Drizella, the Dark Curse is cast, returning Gothel to the Land Without Magic. In Hyperion Heights, Gothel ends up as a prisoner of Victoria Belfrey as Eloise Gardener and maintains her memories. With help from Ivy and a tricked Detective Rogers, Eloise escapes Victoria and begins her plot to reclaim the Land Without Magic from the humans. She also seeks the Guardian: Anastasia to use her magic. Eventually reforming her coven and purging the realm, the destruction stops after the curse breaks and Gothel is killed by Alice after being turned into a tree.
- Dr. Facilier/Mr. Baron Samdi (season 7) portrayed by Daniel Francis, is a voodoo magician who has a history with the Evil Queen. His intentions with Tiana's family is never clear, but he tries to bring fear by threatening Tiana on her corronation day and later keeping Prince Naveen apart from her. When the curse is cast, he becomes Mr. Baron Samdi and for an unclear reason, wants the Dark One's dagger. However, he is killed by the Wish Realm version of Rumplestiltskin.
- The Blind Witch/Hilda Braeburn (season 7) portrayed by Chilton Crane, is a member of the Coven of the Eight. In the Land of Oz, she crosses paths with Hansel and Gretel with plans to cook them. However, she crosses paths with Zelena and loses her eyesight. Approached by Gothel, she joins Gothel's coven and helps cast the Dark Curse. In Hyperion Heights, she is the owner of a bakery. During the witch hunt by Nick Branson, Hilda is killed.
- Prince Naveen/Drew (season 7) portrayed by Jeff Pierre, is the Prince Maldonia. After his brother died from an alligator attack, Prince Naveen tracks the beast from Maldonia to the New Enchanted Forest. He teams up with Princess Tiana to kill it, but due to a misunderstanding, he is attacked by the alligator. Once it's dead, Tiana brings him to Dr. Facilier, who fixes Naveen but send some him someplace hard to reach until he can pay is debt. Eventually, Naveen is sent to the Land Without Magic after the Dark Curse is cast. In Hyperion Heights, he is Drew, a food truck operator and forced to do Mr. Samdi's bidding. After the curse breaks, he reunites with Tiana.
- Kay portrayed Peter Pan, the Wish Realm version of Peter Pan.
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- Webber portrayed the Apprentice, the Wish Realm version of the Apprentice.
- Smurfit portrayed Cruella De Vil, the Wish Realm version of Cruella De Vil.
- In the fourth and fifth season, Robin Hood is portrayed by an unaccredited baby
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