Harper (name) - Fictional Characters With The Surname

Fictional Characters With The Surname

  • Several characters in the American sitcom Mama's Family:
    • Ellen Harper
    • Naomi Harper
    • Thelma Harper
    • Vinton "Vint" Harper
  • Several characters in the British sitcom My Family:
    • Ben Harper
    • Janey Harper
    • Michael Harper (My Family)
    • Nick Harper
    • Susan Harper (My Family)
  • Several characters in the American sitcom Two and a Half Men:
    • Alan Harper (Two and a Half Men)
    • Charlie Harper (Two and a Half Men)
    • Evelyn Harper (Two and a Half Men)
    • Jake Harper (Two and a Half Men)
  • Ben "Beanie" Harper, character in the television series Love of Life
  • Cally Harper Ewing, character in the television series Dallas
  • David Harper (General Hospital), character in the television series General Hospital
  • Dick Harper, character in the 1977 film Fun with Dick and Jane and the 2005 remake
  • Harry Harper (Casualty), character in the television series Casualty
  • Holly Harper, character in the television series Brothers & Sisters
  • Jack Harper (disambiguation), several characters
  • Jane Harper, character in the 1977 film Fun with Dick and Jane and the 2005 remake
  • Joe Harper, character in the novel The Adventures of Tom Sawyer by Mark Twain
  • Johnny Harper, character in the television series The O.C.
  • Kate Harper (The West Wing), character on the television show The West Wing
  • Owen Harper, one of the main protagonists in the television series Torchwood
  • Patrick Harper (fiction), character in the television series Sharpe
  • Sally Harper, character in the BBC comedy Coupling
  • Seamus Zelazny Harper, character in the television series Gene Roddenberry's Andromeda
  • Steven Harper (Boston Public), character in the television series Boston Public
  • Ty Harper, character in the television series Neighbours
  • Rebecca Harper, character in the television series Brothers & Sisters
  • Roy Harper (comics), DC Comics character
  • Will Harper, character in the television series EastEnders
  • William Harper Littlejohn, character in the Doc Savage novels by Lester Dent

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