Macbeth Characters

Malcolm heir to the throne, Duncan’s (older) son, Prince of Cumberland, flees to England after his fathers death
Captain/Sergeant told Duncan how Macbeth killed the traitor, gave us our first impression of Macbeth
Lord talked to Lennox about Macbeth and Macduff in England
Lady Macduff murdered by Macbeth, thought badly about Macduff because Macduff left her and her child
King Duncan was the king of Scotland, killed by Macbeth
Donalbain Duncan’s (younger) son; fled at the same time as Malcolm after their father was murdered, fled to Ireland
Angus nobleman of Scotland, sent from Duncan with Ross to tell Macbeth thanks for killing Macdonwald,the traitor, and to tell the news that Macbeth is Thane of Cawdor (Ross is the one who actually tells Macbeth he is thane)
Macbeth this person killed: Porters, Duncan, Banquo, Macduff’s family, and young Siward; he is: tyrant, Thane of Cawdor, Thane of Glamis, King of Scotland, killed by Macduff
Banquo Macbeth’s friend, the witches predicted that his sons will become king, noblemen of Scotland, murdered by Macbeth, Fleance’s father
Macduff found Duncan’s body, noblemen of Scotland, went to England to start army against Macbeth, family killed by Murderers hired by Macbeth, kills Macbeth (not born of women), Thane of Fife
Hecate head of witches, was mad that they didn’t include her in the first dealings with Macbeth
Young Siward killed by Macbeth, son of Siward
Lennox noblemen of Scotland, was the knocking in act 2 scene 3 with Macduff the morning King Duncan was murdured
The witches/ The Weird Sisters told Macbeth that he would be King of Scotland, and told Banquo that his sons would also be kings of Scotland, their leader is Hecate
Fleance Banquo’s son, predicted by witches to be king of Scotland, escapes the Murderers
Lady Macbeth wanted Macbeth to kill Duncan, is crazy, kills themselves, sleepwalks because of guilt, wants to be strong and less of a women in Act 1 (unsex me here)
Porter he answers the knocking at the gate after the king Duncan’s death, drunken doorman of Macbeth’s castle, “Provides COMIC RELIEF! with his account of ‘hell-portering'”
A bloody Child the form of the apparition that states that no man born of woman shall harm Macbeth
Helmeted or Armed Head the apparition that tells Macbeth to “beware Macduff”
A child crowned with a tree in its hand Apparition that says,” Macbeth will never be defeated until Birnam wood marches to fight him at Dunsinain Hill
Ross Macbeth’s cousin. Scottish nobleman who eventually turns on Macbeth. In Scottish army with Agnus. Talks with Old Man of the strange happenings, including horses eating each other.
Seyton Macbeth’s Servant
Siward Duncan’s brother.