Mr. Jones – cruel owner of Manor Farm
Old Major – highly respected boar, oldest animal on farm, identifies man as main cause of all animals’ problems, comes up with idea of Aimalism, calls for revolution against man, gives animals revolutionary song, Beasts of England.
Napoleon – one of the leaders of revolution after old Major dies, becomes tyrannical dictator of Animal Farm later, only interest power for self.
Snowball – the other pig leader of Animal Farm after Old Major’s death, great military tactician, only has animals’ interest at heart, run off the farm by Napoleon.
Squealer – Napoleon’s mouthpiece to the animals, convincing speaker, when animals are distraught he calms them down n gives reasons for all Napoleon’s actions that satisfy the animals, can turn “black into white”.
Boxer – big strong horse, hard-working, not very intelligent, believes in the revolution, loyal to Napoleon to the end.
Benjamin – cynical donkey and friend of Boxer, thinks life will continue to go badly even after revolution, only does as much work as is required.
Clover – gentle mare, friend of Boxer
Mollie – Mr. Jones’ cart horse, vain and very bond of ribbons and sugar lumps.
Bluebell & Jessie – dogs whose pups are taken away after birth by Napoleon and trained by him to be his private guard.
Muriel – white goat, learns how to read.
Moses – raven, Mr. Jones’ spy who kept an eye on the other animals, tells them about Sugar Candy Mountain – place where they won’t have to work and where they will have all the food they want.
Sheep - do what they are told by Squealer – loyal to Naoleon - bleat out “Four legs good, two legs bad” at critical moments to distract animals from controversial matters.
Minimus – the pig who writes poems in praise of Napoleon
Mr. Pilkington – owner of neighbouring Foxwood farm, helps Jones try to get back Manor Farm from animals after the rebellion.
Mr. Frederick – owner of neighbouring Pinchfield farm,...