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Characters from the various games of the First-Person Shooter franchise Call of Duty. See the Modern Warfare page for that series.

This page is very much a work in progress, contributions are welcomed.

Call of Duty Classic Edit

Private Joey Martin Edit

Sergent Jack Evans Edit

Sergent Alexei Ivanovich Voronin Edit

Captain Price Edit

Call of Duty 2 Edit

Call of Duty 3 Edit

Private Nichols Edit

  • Heroic Mime: He moves his mouth at least once to correct an accidental misnaming by his sergeant Frank McCullin. Otherwise, he just does what others suggest.
  • Player Character:For the American side of this game.

Sergeant James Doyle Edit

Corporal Duncan Keith Edit

Isabelle DuFontaine Edit

  • Action Girl
  • Heroic Sacrifice: Dies planting explosives on an armored car, but atypical in that she was killed only by early detonation.

Leslie Baron Edit

  • Communications Officer:He operates the radio.
  • Dirty Coward: Robiechauld thinks that he is that by avoiding direct combat.
  • Generation Xerox:Deliberated seeked, and desconstructed. His father served under Robiechauld, and Baron wished to replicate that supposed "honor". Robiechauld consistently insults him for acting like a coward for not directly engaging the Germans.
  • Too Dumb to Live:Dies in Ormel trying to prove he isn't a coward while the polish urge him to retreat. His cause of death is even called "stupidity" by the polish that were with him.

Sergeant Frank Mccullin Edit

  • The Cynic: Before his soldiers go for the first mission on the game, he tries to say his rules, but ends up confessing he thinks they will all die.
  • Death Seeker:Seems to turn into this along the game and barely command his own soldiers.
  • Dying Declaration of Love: Inverted.He curses Guzzo in his last seconds of life.
  • Extreme Doormat: For some time. When he finally breaks out of it,it's just before his death.
  • Heroic Sacrifice:Died disabling German boobs that were barring the american's advance.
  • Sanity Slippage: Guzzi implies this, but it seems to be more a case of growing apathy. That may as well be the same thing.
  • Old Soldier: It's in his mid forties.

Private First Class Salvadore Guzzo Edit

  • Asskicking Equals Authority:A literal application of the trope.He is promoted to squad leader after he displays great bravery during the battle of Chambois.
  • Character Development:As the game goes on, he develops out of his individualism to become a leader for the group.
  • Communications Officer: For the troop of the American campaign.
  • Cowardly Lion: He shown to be much more concerned with keeping himself alive than actually winning the war, that greatly irritates McCullin.
  • Let's Get Dangerous:When Dixon is killed at Chambois, Guzzo steps up and leads the squad to victory.
  • Screw This, I'm Outta Here:When the Germans start dropping artillery at Saint-Lo, Guzzo's immediate response is to turn and flee the battle. McCullin almost kills him for trying it.
  • The Unfettered: Not in the way you expect. Bonus material says he's gonna do whatever it takes to survive, and his almost desertion was only prevented because McCullin threatened to shoot him.
  • You Are in Command Now:Replaces both McCullin and Dixon after both of them gets killed.

Jean-Guy Robiechauld Edit

  • Berserk Button: Cowards, or people he perceives to be cowards, such as Baron.
  • Glory Seeker: Believes war is a moment for men to shine, especially himself.
  • Large Ham: Gives a rousing speech for his men when you first meet him.

"Glory! Or a glorious death awaits us."

  • Old Soldier: Already a veteran of World War One,where Baron's father served under him.

World at War / Black Ops Edit

Private Miller Edit

An American soldier fighting in the Pacific theater of the war. The player character in the American campaign of the game.

Corporal / Sergeant Roebuck Edit

The American sergeant in the war, leader of Private Miller's group.

Sergeant Sullivan Edit

The former leader of the group that rescued Private Miller, he was killed early in the game.

Private Dimitri Petrenko Edit

A Soviet solder fighting in the Eastern Front against Nazi Germany. The player character of the Soviet campaign in the game.

Sergeant Viktor Reznov Edit

A sergeant of the Red Army, seems to be the leader of Petrenko's group.

Captain Alex Mason Edit

Sergeant Frank Woods Edit

Chief Petty Officer Joseph Bowman Edit

Special Agent Jason Hudson Edit

  • Badass Bookworm: Has a double major in Psychology and Political Science, a genius level IQ, and is a brilliant tactician. He also deduces that Reznov's not real just by reading Mason's combat reports. He also frees Mason and lets himself get knocked out so he can follow him around and see what he does in the hope that it will trigger something. It does.
  • Big Damn Heroes: He saves Mason from being executed by Dragovich by shooting the latter in the shoulder.
  • Cool Shades
  • Get a Hold of Yourself, Man!: Did this to Mason prior to the final mission, knocking him out with a punch to the face.
  • Glasses Pull: Before "Payback".
  • Good Is Not Nice: When Mason doesn't give him and Weaver satisfactory replies in the opening cutscene, Hudson shocks him. About three times.
  • Jerkass: He starts off as this, but turns into a Jerk with a Heart of Gold in the second to last level.
  • Player Character: for some missions.
  • Unseen Audience: He is one of the two guys interrogating Mason for most the game.

Special Agent Grigori Weaver Edit

Dr Daniel Clarke Edit

 Dr. Clarke: The numbers! They're the key to--!

Major General Nikita Dragovich Edit

Colonel Lev Kravchenko Edit

Dr Friedrich Steiner Edit