1. Tyrion Lannister – A Song of Fire and Ice
  2. Liesel Meminger – The Book Thief
  3. Cath Avery – Fangirl
  4. Scout Finch – To Kill a Mockingbird
  5. Rory Gilmore – Gilmore Girls
  6. Elizabeth Bennet – Pride and Prejudice
  7. Matilda Wormwood – Matilda
  8. Hermione Granger – Harry Potter
  9. Bilbo Baggins – The Hobbit
  10. Caelena Sarothien – Throne of Glass
  11. Belle – Beauty and the Beast
  12. Kathleen Kelly – You’ve Got Mail
  13. Tasha Jefferson – Orange is the New Black
  14. Kat Stratford – 10 Things I Hate About You
  15. Suzy Bishop – Moonrise Kingdom
  16. Will Thacker – Notting Hill
  17. Lucas Scott – One Tree Hill
  18. Rapunzel – Tangled
  19. Anne Shirley – Anne of Green Gables
  20. Daria Morgendorffer – Daria
  21. Jess Mariano – Gilmore Girls
  22. Jo March – Little Women
  23. Sara Crewe – A Little Princess
  24. Lisa Simpson – The Simpsons
  25. Willow Rosenberg – Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  26. Despereaux – The Tale of Despereaux
  27. Laura Ingalls – Little House on the Prairie
  28. Cosima Niehaus – Orphan Black
  29. Catherine Morland – Northanger Abbey
  30. John Boy Walton – The Waltons
  31. Ellery Queen – Detective Stories
  32. Francie Noland – A Tree Grows in Brooklyn
  33. Frasier Crane – Cheers, Frasier
  34. Klaus Baudelaire – A Series of Unfortunate Events
  35. Alex Dunphy – Modern Family
  36. Rupert Giles – Buffy the Vampire Slayer
  37. James “Sawyer” Ford – Lost
  38. Diane Chambers – Cheers
  39. Margot Tenenbaum – The Royal Tenenbaums
  40. Don Draper – Mad Men
  41. Ashley Wilkes – Gone With the Wind
  42. Hazel Grace Lancaster – The Fault in Our Stars
  43. Rachel Green – Friends
  44. Elio Perlman – Call Me By Your Name, Find Me
  45. Spencer Reid – Criminal Minds

One thought on “Top Fictional Bookworms in Books, Film and Television

  1. A really interesting “theme” listing of films. Just when you think you’ve tapped all the themes in films, there’s another one.

    I’ve reviewed quite a few films along the way that were adapted from books (I’ll dig up the book cover to put into the review). I’ve been meaning to go back and give them a meta tag (movies based on books) on the site, so they’ll populate in a list. I am feeling inspired to dig through them, now. None of them are as good as the books from which they came.

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