Wendy Darling
Background information
Movies Peter Pan

Return to Never Land

Tinker Bell

Jake and the Never Land Pirates: Battle for the Book

Short Films Unknown
Television Programs Jake and the Never Land Pirates

Once Upon A Time

House of Mouse

Video Games Kingdom Hearts

Kingdom Hearts: Re: Chain of Memories

You Can Fly with Tinker Bell

Voice Kathryn Beaumont (1953–2005)

Hynden Walch (2005–present)

Harriet Owen (young)

Kath Soucie (in Return to Never Land)

Kat Cressida (in tandem with Kathryn Beaumont)

America Young (as an 8-year-old, in Tinker Bell)

Maia Mitchell (in Jake and the Never Land Pirates)

Portrayed by Kate Maberly (in Finding Neverland)

Freya Tingley (in Once Upon a Time)

Character information
Other names Wendy-bird


Personality Imaginative, dreamy, kind, caring, adventurous, friendly, chatty, romantic, sympathetic, optimistic, motherly, mature
Goal Unknown
Allies Peter Pan, Michael Darling, John Darling, Tinker Bell, Lost Boys, Nana, Edward, Nana II, Jake, Izzy, Cubby, Skully
Enemies Captain Hook, Mr. Smee, the Squaw, Sharky and Bones
Likes Flying, spending time with Lost Boys, telling stories, dreams, her family, Peter Pan
Dislikes Tinker Bell's jealousy towards her, her daughter's mistreatment of her brother, her father's mocking of Peter Pan, Nana's medicine, Captain Hook
Quotes "Oh, Peter, it's just as I always dreamed it would be."

"But Peter, how do we get to Never Land?"

Wendy Darling is the female protagonist in Walt Disney's 1953 feature film Peter Pan, based on the original character from Barrie's original novel.

She was voiced by Kathryn Beaumont in the original film and is currently voiced by Hynden Walch.

Personality Edit

Wendy is an adventurous 12-year-old girl, who loves to dream and tell stories to her younger siblings. Though her imagination is vivid and praised by her brothers Michael and John, Wendy's storytelling was initially looked down upon by her father, George, who found Wendy's stories and childlike nature to be immature and ridiculous, and voiced his desire to have her abandon her childhood as soon as possible to prepare herself for eventual adulthood. Because of this, Wendy grew a fear of growing up, and found comfort in the stories of Peter Pan and Never Land.

Nevertheless, upon visiting Never Land for the first time, Wendy found her maturity growing and becoming a more prominent part of her character as the overly adventurous and somewhat eccentric events on the fantasy island took place. This led her to finally accepting the fact that she will inevitably become an adult, one day. Even so, the young girl didn't allow this revelation to destroy her wondrous imagination.

As an adult (seen in Return to Never Land) Wendy hasn't lost her belief in Peter Pan, and tells stories about him to her two children, Jane and Danny. She has grown into a caring, smart, kind, and beautiful woman.

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