Background information
Portrayed by Drew Sarich
Portrayed by
Performance model
Inspiration Quasimodo from the original novel by Victor Hugo
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names King of Fools

Quasi Hunchback Bell-ringer Poor Boy Lover boy (by Hugo) The cute one (by Laverne) Dear Boy (by Frollo)

Personality Friendly, warm, angelic, heroic, joyful (sometimes), fun-loving, naive, hapless, clumsy, shy, funny, imaginative, romantic, dreamy, artistic, kind, caring, dramatic (sometimes), gentle, loving, enthusiastic, playful, selfless, curious, sweet, nurturing, brave, optimistic, passionate, noble, protective
Appearance Slender hunchback, deformed face, handsome, pale skin, red hair, blue eyes, buck-toothed, plump arms and wearing a long short sleeve green tunic, brown tights, and teal shoes
Occupation Bell-ringer of Notre Dame
Affiliations Good
Goal To make people see him in a better light (succeeded)

To save Esmeralda and Notre Dame from Frollo (original film; succeeded)

Home Bell tower of the Notre Dame cathedral in Paris, France
Relatives His father†

His mother† Claude Frollo† (foster father)

Allies Claude Frollo (formerly), Victor, Hugo, and Laverne, Esmeralda, Phoebus, Clopin, Djali, Archdeacon,
Enemies Claude Frollo, Phoebus (formerly), soldiers (formerly), Brutish and Oafish Guard,
Likes Ringing Notre Dame's bells, making models all carved out of wood, the Festival of Fools, Le Jour D'Amour, romance,
Dislikes Frollo's tyranny and abuse, being judged for his looks, being cooped up in Notre Dame, Phoebus (formerly), his friends in danger, Notre Dame in danger, being used for selfish gain
Powers and abilities Acrobatics

Immense strength

Fate Becomes an accepted member of society after freeing Paris of Frollo's reign (original film)

Quasimodo is the protagonist of Der Glöckner von Notre Dame (literally translated in English, The Bellringer of Notre Dame).


Quasimodo in this version is not deaf but he has trouble expressing himself in verbal communication. He is however able to express himself when he sings. He seems to have a more of a morose attitude than he had in the Disney version but he is still pretty much the same.


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