Fictional Characters from California

Name these fictional characters who were born in California (or moved there).
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Last updated: February 15, 2014
First submittedFebruary 15, 2014
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Swashbuckling Spanish swordsman who likes the letter Z
Los Angeles
Time traveling teen
Hill Valley
Marty McFly
Shower-stabber who owned a roadside motel
Norman Bates
Lazy bowler whose rug tied the room together
Los Angeles
The Dude
High school vampire slayer
Buffy Summers
Trigger-happy varmint hater and enemy of Bugs Bunny
Yosemite Park
Yosemite Sam
Obsessive. Compulsive. Detective
San Francisco
Adrian Monk
Magnum-toting detective who asks punks if they feel lucky
San Francisco
Harry Callahan
CTU agent who is not afraid to torture a terrorist here and there
Los Angeles
Jack Bauer
Banana stand worker who is attracted to his cousin
Newport Beach
George Michael Bluth
Boxing champion who battled Rocky and was killed by Ivan Drago
Los Angeles
Apollo Creed
He was born and raised in Philly - but sent to live with his rich auntie
Will Smith
High school preppy who dates Kelly Kapowski and can freeze time
Los Angeles
Zack Morris
Leads the human resistance to killer robots
Los Angeles
John Connor
Physics genius with Asperger syndrome (originally from East Texas)
Sheldon Cooper
90210 character who moved from Minnesota with her brother Brandon
Beverly Hills
Brenda Walsh
Cool and handsome uncle of "Full House"
San Francisco
Jesse Katsopolis
Single father with a bunch of kids who married a
single mother with a bunch of kids
Los Angeles
Mike Brady
Baywatch lifeguard portrayed by Pamela Anderson
Los Angeles
C.J. Parker
Superhero with archery skills and a Robin Hood like outfit
Star City
Green Arrow
Level 58
Mar 21, 2014
I'd say Elmer Fudd is more an "enemy" of Bugs Bunny than Yosemite Sam. Fudd fits the description just as well as Yosemite does.
Level 72
Mar 21, 2014
The keys are the "city" and the word varmint, which Yosemite Sam always used to refer to nuisances like Bugs.
Level 81
Mar 21, 2014
Er... Will Smith is not fictional, is he ?
Level 32
Mar 21, 2014
Sheldon with Asperger? Meh, that would be such an exaggerated acting. I think that's disputable. Nevertheless, fun quiz
Level 63
May 9, 2017
After speculations from critics TBBT creator Chuck Lorre negated the assumption that the character Sheldon has Asperger Syndrome. It's a reasonable assumption but I agree that the presentation of it would be a little over the top.
Level 81
Jun 10, 2015
How about "Jesse" or "Uncle Jesse" for Jesse Katsopolis?
Level 57
Nov 2, 2018
George Michael Bluth?