Men

Mr. Green

In Clue, Mr. Green (Michael McKean) is a State Department employee and guest of Mr. Boddy. He is blackmailed for being gay, a secret which would cost him his job. In one of the endings, he is suspected of killing the singing telegram girl in the hall with the revolver. He ultimately reveals himself as an undercover FBI agent, who actually killed Mr. Boddy in the hall with the revolver.

Professor Plum

In Clue, Professor Plum (Christopher Lloyd) is a former psychiatry professor with the World Health Organization who had his license revoked after having an affair with a female patient. He is a guest of Mr. Boddy’s and is being blackmailed for his indiscretions. In one of the endings, he killed Mr. Boddy in the hall with the candlestick.

Vaun

On The Strain, New York City has fallen to an ancient strain of vampires, the strigoi. Vaun (Stephen McHattie) is the leader of a band of undead hunters who were summoned by the Ancient Ones to stop the spread of the strigoi plague. Vaun resembles the other strigoi, though his distinctive feature is his Glasgow smile. With the proper prosthetics, makeup colors, and blackout contact lenses, Vaun’s look can be easily achieved.

118 118 Runners

118 118 Runners

The 118 118 runners are an iconic duo featured an a popular advertisement for a directory enquiries provider, known for their catchphrase “Got Yer Number!” They bare a striking resemblance to 70s real-life runner David Bedford, who threatened to sue. For this costume, the bigger the hair and mustache, and the smaller the shorts, the better.

Ron Stoppable

Ron Stoppable is the sidekick and later boyfriend of Kim Possible in the Disney Channel cartoon Kim Possible. He and his pet naked mole rat Rufus help her fight the forces of Dr. Drakken.

Miguel Rivera from Coco

Miguel Rivera from Coco

Miguel Rivera (voiced by Anthony Gonzalez) is the protagonist of Disney/Pixar’s 2017 animated feature film, Coco. He is a 12-year old boy who finds himself in the realm of the dead during the festive holiday of Día de los Muertos.

Professor Elm in Pokémon

Professor Elm was Professor Oak’s top student. He studies Pokémon abilities and specialises in Pokémon breeding (and is credited with the discovery of Pokémon eggs). Elm is a known scatterbrain who, when working, forgets to eat. He often gets so focused on his studies that he becomes completely oblivious to his surroundings.

Lucas from Earthbound

Lucas

Lucas is the main protagonist of Mother 3. The son of Flint and Hinawa, he is characterized as more timid than his twin brother, Claus. While playable briefly during the prologue of Mother 3, he is an NPC for the first three chapters of the game, with Flint, Duster, and Salsa being the main characters of those chapters. After reappearing in the climax of Chapter 3 against the Pork Tank, he becomes the main playable character after the three-year time skip to Chapter 4, and retains this role for the remainder of the game.

The Feelers

On The Strain, ancient race of vampires, strigoi, have taken over New York City. During the city’s evacuation, the strigoi kidnap blind children on their way out of the city and turn them into “Feelers.” The Feelers are blind and animalistic, enhanced with extra-sensory perception and are used to track Dr. Goodweather and the team. They still wear their school uniforms, though most of their clothing has become dirty and tattered. Most of the children are female, but swapping the skirt, stockings, and shoes can be easily swapped for pants and men’s dress shoes. Otherwise, their look is virtually identical.
Though this makeup looks complicated, it can be easily achieved with a bald cap, a professional color wheel, hair pieces, scarring fluid, pale blue or white contact lenses, and a little experimentation.

Nigel Thornberry

Nigel Thornberry (Tim Curry) is one of the main characters of the Nickelodeon cartoon The Wild Thornberries. Nigel has devoted his entire life to studying all kinds of wild animals and their habitats. He is also the subject of an infamous meme regarding his funny voice and face.