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This is the end, friend!
~ Andy to Chucky before burning him.

Andrew William "Andy" Barclay is the main protagonist of the first three films in the Child's Play series, the main tritagonist of Curse of Chucky and the main deuteragonist of Cult of Chucky. He is an 8-year-old boy, who after receiving a Good Guy doll for his sixth birthday, is the prime suspect in a series of mysterious murders. He is portrayed by Alex Vincent in the first two films, and Justin Whalin in the third. Alex reprises his role in the unrated version of Curse of Chucky, and then again in Cult of Chucky and Gabriel Bateman in the 2019 remake. He is the arch-enemy and former "best friend" of Chucky.

Trivia

  • Besides Chucky, Andy has appeared in the most Child's Play films, appearing in five of them. (Child's Play 1,2,3,6, & 7).
  • Mentioned in "Seed of Chucky" in a quote.
  • It's unknown how Andy reacted when he heard about the events of Bride of Chucky and Seed of Chucky.
  • Andy suffers from PTSD (Posttraumatic stress disorder).
  • In the Cult of Chucky DVD commentary, Don Mancini claims that Andy is well-off financially because of the insurance money he received from the murders he was involved in as a child.
  • A photo of Andy's father can be seen in the background of the "Andy's Bedroom" scenes. In reality, the photograph is of director Tom Holland.
  • He is mentioned in Bride of Chucky, on a newspaper article in Tiffany's trailer. It is titled, "Boy claims doll was possessed by a serial killer's soul".

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