Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt is a wax statue in the Night at the Museum franchise. He is located just to the right of the information booth. He is based on the 26th President of the United States and he is sitting on a wax horse.
He was played by the late Robin Williams, who also portrayed John Keating in Dead Poets Society, Batty Koda in FernGully, Genie in Aladdin, Peter Banning in Hook, Alan Parrish in Jumanji, Phillip Brainard in Flubber, Jack Powell in Jack, Daniel Hillard in Mrs. Doubtfire, Mork in Mork & Mindy, Lance Clayton in World's Greatest Dad, Popeye in Popeye, Ramón and Lovelace in Happy Feet and Happy Feet 2, Dan Rayburn in Old Dogs, Rainbow Randolph in Death to Smoochy, and Fender Pinwheeler in Robots.
Night at the Museum
He is the deuteragonist. He is very kind to Larry Daley and acts as a father figure to him after getting him away from the conflicting dioramas. Theodore Roosevelt is the one who taught him about the Tablet of Akmenrah. Theodore has also shown to have a romantic interest in Sacagawea.
On Larry's second night, Theodore Roosevelt breaks up a slap fight between Larry and Dexter.
When Cecil Fredericks, Gus, and Reginald steal the tablet and lock Larry in Ahkmenrah's exhibit, Larry calls for Theodore Roosevelt to help get them out. Theodore has Larry use his wits since he is not like the real Theodore Roosevelt. After Larry gets out with Ahkmenrah's help and rallies the exhibits, Theodore Roosevelt watches Larry from one of the balconies. Later, Cecil splits Roosevelt in half inadvertently with the stagecoach and Sacagawea lights a fire to heat his wax half together
Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian
In Night at the Museum: Battle of the Smithsonian, Theodore Roosevelt tells Larry that he, Ahkmenrah, Rexy, and the Easter Island Head will remain at the museum after it's remodeling while the others will be sent to the archives in Washington DC.
Later on, at the National Gallery of Art at the Smithsonian Institution, Larry came across a bust of Teddy. He was very jealous of "New York Teddy" for having a body and a horse. The Teddy bust said that he would help decipher the code on the Tablet if Larry scratched his nose for him because he doesn't have any arms He did help, but his decipher was useless and when Larry told him that, he got mad and told Larry to see if New York Teddy's horse would lick it.
Night at the Museum: The Secret of the Tomb