Background information
Feature films A Troll in Central Park
Television programs
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Phillip Glasser
Performance model
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names Troll-boy
Personality Kind, short-tempered, fun, brave, bratty, fun-loving, almost cynical
Appearance Short, slender, brunette hair, green eyes, freckles
Occupation Rosie's older brother
Affiliations Good
Goal To rescue Rosie from Gnorga (succeeded)
Home New York City, New York
Relatives Rosie (sister), Alan (father), Hilary (mother)
Allies Stanley, Rosie, the flowers, the animals
Enemies Gnorga, Llort
Likes His boat, action, fun
Dislikes His dad breaking promises, danger, Rosie in trouble, Stanley being scared
Powers and abilities Stone and plant powers (temporarily)
Weapons His thumb, his feet
Fate He and Rosie run to their parents happily and are carried off through Central Park
Quote "Know what Stanley? You'll never have a dream come true and you know why? Because you're too scared to fight for what you believe in! You're a coward!"

Gus is the deuteragonist of A Troll in Central Park. He is a young boy whose parents are busy, and who is big on having his way (as he's been looking forward to floating his boat). He also doesn't believe in dreams and thinks they're silly. He is voiced by then 16-year-old Phillip Glasser, who was also known for voicing Fievel Mousekewitz in the first two American Tail films.


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