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Hero Overview

You want S.T.A.R.S.? I'll give you S.T.A.R.S.!
~ Jill, before finishing off Nemesis

Jill Valentine is one of the main protagonists of the Resident Evil series. She is a senior member of S.T.A.R.S. belonging on the same team as Chris Redfield.

Jill later resigns from S.T.A.R.S. in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and attempts to escape from the t-virus infected town known as Raccoon City. She runs into Nemesis, a B.O.W. weapon from Umbrella Corporation. Jill has escaped from Nemesis a couple of times but until she infected by the t-virus when Nemesis implanted a tentacle in her arm. She also meets a member of the U.B.C.S. Carlos Oliveira. After hearing about a missile about to be launched and destroy Raccoon City, they escape, but before Jill could escape, Nemesis appear one last time and the final battle starts and ends with Jill as the winner.

Jill appears as one of the two main protagonists of the first Resident Evil game, the main protagonist of Resident Evil 3: Nemesis along with its remake and the main protagonist of Resident Evil Revelations. She also made an appearance in Resident Evil 5 with Chris Redfield her partner from the original Resident Evil. Jill appeared in the second film Resident Evil: Apocalypse and will reappear in the fourth film Resident Evil: Afterlife.

In the Japanese version, she is voiced by Atsuko Yuya in most of her appearances and Kikuko Inoue in Under the Skin.

She has also been voiced in English by Una Kavanagh in the original Resident Evil, Catherine Disher in Resident Evil 3: Nemesis and Marvel vs. Capcom 2: New Age of Heroes, Heidi Anderson in the Resident Evil GameCube 2002 remake, Kathleen Barr in Under the Skin, Tara Platt in Pachislot Blizzard, Patricia Ja Lee in Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D and Teppen, Kari Wahlgren in Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds and Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3, Michelle Ruff in Resident Evil Revelations and Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City, Elysia Rotaru in Super Puzzle Fighter II Turbo, and Nicole Tompkins in the Resident Evil 3 remake.


Early life

Nothing is known about Jill Valentine's early life, but she was born sometime in 1974 to her father who was French, and her mother who was of Japanese migratory descent (referred to as a "Nikkei").

Military and Law Enforcement career

In the early 1990s, Valentine served in the United States Army and got the attention of recruiters for Delta Force, the nation's primary counter-terrorism and special forces unit. In spite of her sex, Valentine was allowed to take part in the six-month intensive Operator Training Course, where she excelled in bomb disposal and lock picking and was known for her delicate though precise work, resilience, courage and discernment amid the danger. This experience made Valentine one of the only women in the world with Delta Force training.

Some time in 1996, Valentine was recruited by Albert Wesker for the Special Tactics and Rescue Service (S.T.A.R.S.), an elite unit of Raccoon Police Department (RPD) that relied on military veterans and weapons-trained scientists to solve serious crimes in Raccoon City, having only joined the unit due to their strong commitment to justice and desire to "experience the true feeling of life". Despite keeping her special forces training and personal life a secret, Valentine made friends with several S.T.A.R.S. members during this time, among them being Chris Redfield with whom she developed a close friendship and partnership, often being trained by him in marksmanship. By July 1998, Valentine became the only woman to join Captain Wesker's Alpha Team; her function in the team was cited as a breaking and entering specialist, and in maneuvers was positioned at the rear of the team with S.T.A.R.S. helicopter pilot Brad Vickers.


Resident Evil

Jill, alongside Chris Redfield and the rest of S.T.A.R.S. Alpha Team, traveled to the Spencer Mansion in the Arklay Mountains to investigate reports of cannibalism that were going on there. While evading the zombies and B.O.W.s throughout the mansion, the team were betrayed by their leader, Albert Wesker, who revealed himself as a mole for the Umbrella Corporation. After Wesker was seemingly killed when the Tyrant was released and the mansion's self destruct sequence was activated, Jill and the surviving members of her team escaped the building before it blew up.

Resident Evil 3: Nemesis

Jill was sent to Raccoon City to investigate an outbreak that had occurred there, only to find herself pursued by Nemesis, who was sent by the Umbrella Corporation to eliminate the S.T.A.R.S. team and anyone else who had extensive knowledge of Umbrella's activities. Eventually, she manages to destroy it and escape the city before the U.S. government dropped a nuclear warhead on it.

Resident Evil 5

In 2006, she and Chris went to Spencer estate to look for one of the Umbrella's original founders, Ozwell E. Spencer, but Albert Wesker got to him before they did. Wesker beats Chris and Jill, in a last effort to save Chris, pushed Wesker along with her down in the bottom of the mansion. She then returns as a brainwashed servant to Wesker, but is freed by Chris and his new partner, Sheva. Leaving them behind to confront Wesker by themselves, Jill fainted after being freed from the mind control device. She is woken up by Captain Josh Stone, whom he recognizes her immediately, and gets paired with him to escape the Tricell facility.


Numerous official documents, including her character file found in Resident Evil 5, highlight Jill's unrivaled ability to remain calm under extreme conditions, while the manual for the remake of the original Resident Evil says that her quick thinking has kept herself and her comrades alive on numerous occasions.

Her profile in Resident Evil 3 describes her as cheerful yet determined, with a strong sense of justice, while her involvement with S.T.A.R.S., a bio-hazard containment unit of Raccoon Police Department and co-founding, high ranking role within the Bioterrorism Security Assessment Alliance show her years of commitment to stopping biological terrorism and fighting for peace and the protection of innocents.

Jill is a loyal partner and friend to her fellow soldiers, particularly Chris Redfield. Her entire involvement in the Il Veltro conspiracy began through her search for Chris when he was reported missing. During the raid on Spencer's Estate, she proved that she was even prepared to give her life to protect Chris and stop their hatred enemy, Albert Wesker, when she tackled Wesker out of a window and over a cliff edge as he prepared to kill Chris.

When she was taken by Wesker, Jill was experimented on and brainwashed by P30 which took a heavy toll on her physically despite granting her super strength and agility. Against her will, Jill became loyal to Wesker and Excella assisting them in their plans and even going so far as to infect innocent lives with the Uroboros virus. Despite being used as a puppet, Jill was responsive and only spoke when necessary. She carried out her objectives without question.

Eventually, she did manage to fight back her brainwashed state thanks to Chris' voice calling out her name, but the effects of P30 proved to be too powerful for her to resist. Regardless, once Chris and Sheva freed her from Wesker's control, she soon came back to her senses and aided them in their fight against Wesker. Being partners since at least 1998, they seem to share a very strong bond revolving around their partnership.

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Other appearances

Project X Zone

Jill makes an appearance in Project X Zone. She is a playable character who is partnered up with Chris.

Crosspedia Entry

A member of the anti-bioterrorism organization "B.S.A.A." Has partnered with Chris since their time together in S.T.A.R.S. After working with him to resolve the "Mansion Incident" on the outskirts of Raccoon City, she headed into Raccoon City itself in order to investigate Umbrella, the company apparently pulling the strings. She has been a member of the B.S.A.A. since its founding, along with Chris.

She also played a central role in the incident aboard the Queen Zenobia, ultimately destroying the organization called Veltro and those backing them. Jill has a strong sense of justice, superlative physical capabilities and a solid understanding of the sciences. Skilled with a lock pick, she has also been known as the "Master of Unlocking.

Ready Player One

Jill Valentine also appears in 2018 Steven Spielberg's movie. She can be seen during the final battle along with Chris Redfield.


  • Jill took a visit to Chicago after the outbreak began in moments of Umbrella Corporation's plan.
  • In Resident Evil 3: Nemesis if you find a dress shop key you can dress her up in her costume from the original Resident Evil and there is a dress for her with a red wig where she can look like Regina from the Dino Crisis series.


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