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So... you've come to stare at the Beast, have you?
~ The Beast when he confronts Maurice.
I've never felt this way about anyone. I want to do something for her...but what?
~ The Beast to his servants about his feelings for Belle.
I let her go... because I love her.
~ The Beast explained why he allowed Belle to help her father.

Prince Adam (also known as the Beast) is the male protagonist and one of the two main protagonists of Disney's 30th full-length animated feature film, Beauty and the Beast and the deuteragonist of its midquels; The Enchanted Christmas and Belle's Magical World. He was never actually named in the film, but his name is later revealed to be Adam.

In the original film, he was introduced as a villainous protagonist similar to Emperor Kuzco from The Emperor's New Groove, however, this is just a plot to reveal that Gaston is the true main villain later on, as the Beast of the movie version was never a villain.

Robby Benson (who also voiced Drake) did his speaking and singing voice both in beast and human form in all of his appearances. He also appears in the live action film.


Beauty and the Beast

A handsome young prince lives in a luxurious castle in France. He has everything he ever wanted, and as a result, he is spoiled, selfish and unkind. One night, his kindness is put to the test when a beggar woman comes to the castle and asks for shelter from the freezing cold, with a single rose as payment. When he shuns the beggar for her repulsive appearance, she warns him not to be deceived by appearances as beauty is found within. When he dismisses her again, she then reveals her true form as a beautiful enchantress. Seeing her beauty and realizing her power, the Prince tries to apologize but she transforms him into a terrifying beast-like creature for his behavior.

She also casts a curse on the entire castle, transforming it into a dark, foreboding place, its lush green grounds into dangerous immortal wolf-infested woods, and the good-natured servants into anthropomorphic household objects to reflect their different personalities. Ashamed of his new appearance, the Beast conceals himself inside his castle with a magic mirror as his only window to the outside world, and an enchanted rose that would act as the curse's timer which would bloom until he turns 21. If the Beast could learn to love a woman and earn her love in return before the final petal fell off the rose, the curse would be broken, but if not he would remain a beast forever. The Beast falls into despair as the years pass by, with little hope of achieving this. And along with his predicament his temper grows increasingly fouler.

One fateful night as the enchanted rose reaches late bloom and slowly wilts, the first outsider is an old man named Maurice who accidentally stumbles upon the castle, being allowed inside by the servants for shelter (minus his Majordomo as he knows they'll all get in trouble). However, the Beast detains Maurice in the tower as a prisoner for trespassing and stealing a rose after a brief but brutish interrogation. Maurice's horse Philippe returns back to the village, and then takes Maurice's daughter Belle back to the castle. In the tower Belle confronts Beast and pleads with him to let her father go, only to fall on Beast's deaf ears - until Belle offers herself as a prisoner instead, to which the Beast agrees in return for her promise never to leave.

Being prodded by his servants into believing that she is the key to breaking the curse, the Beast shows flashes of compassion for the first time despite his overall gruff and demanding attitude, such as when he lets her stay in a furnished room rather than the tower dungeon. But years of psychological affliction due to curse that caused him to become bitter and angry was not something that could be easily healed, and inevitably tempers between the two flared. Although his servants attempted to elevate Belle's mood as best as she could, when she enters the castle's forbidden west wing and nearly touches the rose, he frightens her into fleeing the castle via the woods, which he regrets upon realizing that he lost his temper, then he saves her from being killed by wild wolves. She brings him back to the castle and tends to his wounds and the Beast and Belle come to appreciate each other - albeit through shouting match over each other's contradicting dispositions before Belle first relented. He strikes up a friendship with her, by giving her the castle library and learns kindness and manners from her. Eventually, Beast falls in love with Belle, and placing her happiness before his own, he releases her to tend to her sick father after she sees him in a magic mirror that Beast showed her.

Back in Belle's Village, due to Maurice's claims of Belle being held prisoner by beast, an egotistical hunter and rival suitor named Gaston bribes the owner of the insane asylum into having Maurice committed unless Belle agrees to marry Gaston. His plan comes into motion when Belle and Maurice return. Gaston says to Belle he clear it up if she marries him. A horrified Belle refuses and proves the Beast does exist, courtesy of the Mirror which he gave to her to remember him by and she says that he is her friend. A jealous Gaston tells Belle "If I didn't know better I'd think you had feelings for this monster.", but Belle retorts with "He's no monster, Gaston. You Are.". Gaston snaps, and decides to gather a band of villagers to kill the Beast, playing off their fears that the Beast might wreak havoc on their village and locks Belle and Her father in their cellar. When the mob arrives, the Beast is too disheartened from Belle's departure to try to stop them. While Gaston looks for Beast, The Castle Servants and objects successfully fight the mob off. Gaston eventually finds the Beast and issues a challenge, but Beast is too miserable to retaliate as without Belle he has lost the will to live. Gaston prepares to kill Beast, But Belle returns to the castle with her father (having been freed by the son of the castle's head of the kitchen who stowed away with Belle in her satchel). Seeing that Belle came back for him, the Beast fights back and overcomes Gaston. Soon the beast holds Gaston over a ledge intending to drop him until the hunter pathetically begs him not to. The Beast nearly drops Gaston, but then he realizes he's sinking to Gaston's level, so the Beast decides to show mercy and spare Gaston on the condition that he immediately leave the castle. Belle then shows up on the balcony and the Beast climbs up to meet her; however Gaston refuses to accept defeat and stabs the Beast from behind. Gaston loses his balance and falls from the castle roof to his death, but Belle manages to grab the Beast and pull him up. The Beast, knowing he is mortally wounded, expresses his appreciation to Belle for returning and being able to see her one last time, before dying of his injuries. Belle is heartbroken, but is able to tell the Beast that she loves him before the final petal falls. Then, Belle's love for the Beast breaks the curse and transforms him back into the prince. The castle is restored to it's former glory and the servants regain their humanity.

Unlike Belle, the Beast doesn't appear in Once Upon a Time, instead Rumplestiltskin/Mr. Gold serves as "the Beast" and as Belle's love interest and eventual husband in the series.


When the Beast appeared in the first place, he appeared to be very illogical, embittered, pitiless, demanding, ill-tempered, obstinate and unfriendly, especially to his own servants. The last thing Beast wants is someone talking back to him. He also found himself in conflict with his hideous exterior, making him an insecure person in nature as he felt ashamed of his actions against the Enchantress and that no one would love him for who he is on the inside, even despising his abusive father for raising him to become a prideful ruler.

Despite his unfriendly nature, the Beast appears to have a kind and imaginative side, as he was prepared to care for others, especially for Belle and the servants. He is also capable of remorse, as he felt guilty in frightening Belle out of the West Wing and letting her father Maurice go without letting her say goodbye to him. As his servants pointed out, the Beast often lashes out in fury only to regret later. He is also empathetic, as he sympathized with Belle over her treatment as a village outcast and the loss of her mother (who died succumbing to a plague), similar to how his mother died succumbing to an illness. He is also shown to be lion-hearted, as he brutally fought against a pack of wolves to save Belle’s life, even stopping Maestro Forte from crumbling the castle down with his music by eliminating his keyboard and defeating Gaston LeGume in combat following Belle's return.

After saving Belle’s life from the wolves, he changes himself for the better, becoming a more courteous and relaxed person in nature. He even let Belle go free so that she can save Maurice from freezing to death, even though he feared he might never see her again and remain a beast forever. Once the curse is eventually broken following Gaston's demise, the Beast (turned back into the handsome Prince he was) retains his peaceful nature, even reuniting with several of his servants (who have turned back to normal as well) with an enormous hug.

Powers and Abilities

Being transformed into his namesake, the Beast was known to have special abilities:

  • Superhuman Strength: Being capable of superhuman strength, the Beast is able to pick up and carry full-grown men like Maurice and Gaston, even more capable of fighting against a wolf pack in spite of being outnumbered. He is also capable of ramming down or lifting up hard objects with ease, as he managed to destroy the dungeon door and Forte's keyboard to stop Forte from destroying the castle.
  • Enhanced Speed and Agility: The Beast is able to move faster than ordinary humans as he is capable of climbing and jumping from greater distances. This was shown when he jumped from one floor to the next while confronting Belle for her refusal to come over to dinner and the time when he was able to climb to the balcony following his fight against Gaston.
  • Enhanced Durability: The Beast is shown to be durable as he is able to withstand attacks such as the wolf attacks, Forte's magic and Gaston's arrows, despite feeling great pain at these times.
  • Enhanced Healing: The Beast is able to heal faster from minor to moderate injuries as he was able to recuperate from his fight with the wolves within a few days and withstand Forte's magical energy. However, he succumbed to his fatal injuries inflicted by Gaston before the latter died, though the Beast would later be revived after the spell was broken thanks to Belle expressing her love for him.
  • Enhanced Senses: Due to his senses being enhanced, the Beast was capable of tracking down Belle in the woods when she was in danger by scent and listening in on conversations from several feet away from other people.
  • Claws and Fangs: The Beast possessed razor-sharp claws and fangs that enabled him to either rip, smash or bite through soft objects (such as thick rugs, curtains, portraits and books).
  • Stealth: The Beast was shown to be adept at stealth as he was capable of keeping himself hidden without anyone spotting him. This was shown when he witnessed both Belle and Maurice entering his castle without catching their attention, even at the time when he spotted Belle going into the West Wing against his orders, as well as surprising the wolves when coming to rescue Belle, and posing as a gargoyle in order to successfully sneak on Gaston.

Other Appearances

Roar of the Beast

In this video game, the Beast must travel through various stages and fight off wolves and angry villagers to save Belle from Gaston.

Beauty and the Beast: A Board Game Adventure

The video board game details the events of the film in an interactive board game setting and story.

Kinect Disneyland Adventures

The Beast cameos as a meet-and-greet character.

Epic Mickey: Power of Illusion

The Beast appears as the first character saved from Mizrabel by Mickey.

House of Mouse

The Beast makes a few appearances as a guest in House of Mouse, most notably, hiding when an angry mob performs the song "Let's Slay the Beast" during Open-Mic night in the episode "Everybody Loves Mickey". He also appears helping out Mickey Mouse and friends in other episodes.

Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse

The Beast appears with Belle as everyone is snowed in at the club and unable to go home. They make the best out of their situation and try to celebrate Christmas anyway.

Mickey's House of Villains

The Beast makes an appearance entering the club on Halloween night, and Donald Duck tries to scare him. This annoys the Beast, causing him to roar loudly and chase Donald away. He is later captured by the villains, but escapes after Mickey defeats Jafar.

Kingdom Hearts franchise

Kingdom Hearts

Beast in Kingdom Hearts.

In the first Kingdom Hearts game and its remasters, remixes and manga adaptation, the Beast appears as a hero and ally to Sora in the "Hollow Bastion" world. His world was overtaken and eliminated by the Heartless, with the Council of Disney Villains kidnapping Belle and taking her to Hollow Bastion. Beast followed them there, and soon he met up with Sora, who just would have been betrayed and left alone by Riku. The two of them team up, with Beast protecting Sora until he regained the Keyblade, freeing the six of the captured Seven Princesses of Heart, and reuniting with Belle afterwards, while he is helping Sora take down Maleficent as well.

Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories

The Beast appears as an illusion in Castle Oblivion, crafted from Sora's memories. He helps Sora and must win back Belle's heart by defeating the illusion of Maleficent again.

Kingdom Hearts 358/2 Days

The Beast appears back in his homeworld, but he constantly fights Heartless to protect Belle and his servants. Soon, he’s contacted by Xaldin of Organization XIII, who starts to manipulate him back to being wicked.

Kingdom Hearts II

In the first Kingdom Hearts game and its remasters, remixes and manga adaptation, the Beast appears as antagonistic at first. In the world "Beast's Castle", Sora learns that the Beast has reverted back to his old ways and has become bitter, aggressive, and short-tempered, even going so far as to imprison his servants in the dungeon for displeasing him. Sora digs deeper to find out that the Beast had was being lied to and manipulated by Xaldin, turning him back to evil. Sora, Donald, and Goofy confront Beast and even battle him before knocking him back to his senses and returning him to good. Xaldin planned to turn Beast into a Heartless and a Nobody to use him for Organization XIII's own means, but it failed. Beast fights back and drives Xaldin away, but he kidnaps Belle and steals the enchanted rose. Sora, Beast, and the others defeat Xaldin, and Beast returns with Belle, fully redeemed.

Once Upon a Time

Main article: Rumplestilstkin (Once Upon a Time)

Mickey Mouse (2016)

The Beast makes a minor appearance in the episode "The Adorable Couple". Mickey and Minnie want to make Donald and Daisy brighten up their relationship, so they take them out dancing. However, Donald fumbles and bumps into the Beast (who is dancing with Belle) by accident, infuriating the latter and causing him to attack and beat Donald up before he throws him out.


In the Descendants franchise, the Beast (in his human form as Adam) served as the King of Auradon with Belle by his side as the Queen, and they are the parents of Prince Ben, one of the recurring protagonists of the series. In the first film, he is discomforted by Ben's approach to turn Mal and her villain friends into the light, but soon warms up to the idea per Belle's suggestion. In the end following Maleficent's defeat, he and Belle proudly crown Ben as the new King of Auradon.

In this version, he is portrayed by Dan Payne.

Disney Emoji Blitz

The Beast appears as a piece in Disney Emoji Blitz.

Disney As Told By Emoji

The Beast appears in "Beauty and the Beast As Told By Emoji", which recounts the events of the film in a quick, comical fashion.


  • Beast is the first male character in a Disney fairy tale to have a role that is equally as significant as the female protagonist.
  • Beast's design in the film is a combination of animals, the head and structure of a buffalo, the eyebrows of a gorilla, the horns of a bull, the jaws, teeth, and mane of a lion, the arms and torso of a bear, and the legs, feet, and tail of a wolf.
  • Beast made a cameo as one of the Sultan's toys from the Disney film, Aladdin.
  • To make his voice sound Beast-like, Robby Benson's recordings were mixed with the growls of lions, tigers, and panthers.
  • Beast is played by Dan Stevens in the 2017 live-action remake.

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Ansem the Wise | Aqua | Data-Naminé | Data-Riku | Data-Roxas | Data-Sora | Elrena | Hayner | Ienzo | Kairi | Lauriam | Lea | Master Eraqus | Naminé | Olette| Organization XIII | (Axel | Roxas | Vexen | Xion| Demyx| Saïx) | Pence | Protagonist | Riku | Riku Replica | Spirit Dream Eaters | Sora | Strelitzia | Terra (Lingering Will) | Ventus

Disney Characters
Abu | Aladdin | Alice Liddell | Anastasia Tremaine | Andrina | Andy's Toys (Buzz Lightyear | Hamm | Jessie | Little Green Men | Rex | Sarge | Woody) | Apollo | Attina | Bambi | Barley Lightfoot | Beast | Big Hero 6 (Baymax | Fred |Go Go Tomago | Hiro Hamada | Honey Lemon | Wasabi) | Blue Fairy | Boo | CDA | Captain Jack Sparrow | Captain Phoebus | Caterpillar | Cheshire Cat | Chicken Little | Chip Potts | Chip and Dale | Cleo | Cogsworth | Daisy Duck | Dante | Dash Parr | Disney Princesses (Anna | Ariel | Aurora | Belle | Cinderella | Jasmine | Rapunzel) | Donald Duck | Dr. Finkelstein | Dumbo | Eeyore | Elastigirl | Elizabeth Swann | Eric | Esmeralda | Fa Mulan | Fairy Godmother | Fix-It Felix, Jr. | Flora | Fauna | Merryweather | Flounder | Flowers | Flynn Rider | Gantu | Genie | Geppetto | Goofy | Gopher | Grand Councilwoman | Grand Duke | Héctor | Hector Barbossa | Hera | Hercules | Hermes | Horace Horsecollar | Huey, Dewey, and Louie | Iago | Ian Lightfoot | Jack-Jack Parr | Jack Skellington | James P. Sullivan | Jane Porter | Jaq | Jiminy Cricket | Joshamee Gibbs | Judy Hopps | Jumba Jookiba | Kala | Kanga | Kerchak | Kevin Flynn | Kiara | King Triton | Kristoff | Launchpad McQuack | Li Shang | Lost Boys | Lucky | Lumière | Lumpy | Mad Hatter | Magic Carpet | March Hare | Marshmallow | Maui | Maurice | Maximus | Mayor of Halloween Town | Megara | Merlin | Mickey Mouse (Sorcerer Mickey) | Miguel Rivera | Mike Wazowski | Minnie Mouse | Moana Waialiki | Mrs. Potts | Mushu | Nick Wilde | Olaf | Owl | Pascal | Patch | Pegasus | Perdita | Pete | Peter Pan | Philoctetes | Piglet | Pinocchio | Pluto | Pongo | Pridelanders (Mufasa | Nala | Rafiki | Simba) | Prince Charming | Prince Phillip | Pumbaa | Quasimodo | Queen Elsa | Quorra | Rabbit | Razoul | Remy | Rolly | Roo | Sally | Sam Flynn | Santa Claus | Scrooge McDuck | Sebastian | Sergeant Calhoun | Seven Dwarfs (Bashful | Doc | Dopey | Grumpy | Happy | Sleepy | Sneezy) | Sour Bill | Sparky | Stitch | Sven | Tarzan | Terk | The Emperor of China | The Peddler | The Prince | The Sultan | Tick-Tock the Crocodile | Tigger | Timon | Tinker Bell | Tron | Vanellope von Schweetz | Victor, Hugo, & Laverne | Violet Parr | Wardrobe | Wendy Darling | White Rabbit | Will Turner | Winnie the Pooh | Wreck-It Ralph | Yao, Ling and Chien Po | Yen Sid | Zero | Zeus

Other Square Enix Characters
Aerith Gainsborough | Auron | Cid Highwind | Cloud Strife | Lightning | Moogles (Mog) | Neku Sakuraba | Paine | Rikku | Selphie Tilmitt | Setzer Gabbiani | Shiki Misaki | Squall Leonhart | Tidus | Tifa Lockhart | Vivi Ornitier | Wakka | Yuffie Kisaragi | Yuna | Zack Fair