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Hermione Granger
Background information
Feature films The Harry Potter Series
Short films
Television programs
Video games The Harry Potter video game Series
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by Emma Watson
Performance model
Inspiration Hermione Granger from Harry Potter novel series by J. K. Rowling
Honors and awards Best Female Character by The Hollywood Reporter
Character information
Full name Hermione Jean Granger
Other names Bellatrix Lestrange
Filthy Little Mudblood (by Draco Malfoy)
Harry Potter
Little Miss Perfect
Mafalda Hopkirk
Penelope Clearwater
Personality Smart, strong, brave, arrogant (at times), pompous, bossy, sensitive, proud, hot-tempered (sometimes), loyal, nerdy, confident, helpful, supportive, protective, kind-hearted, insecure, rule-abiding
Appearance Curly brown hair, white, slender, brown eyes
Occupation Hogwarts Student
Alignment Good
Affiliations Hogwarts School
Order of the Phoenix
Dumbledore's Army
Ministry of Magic
Nationality English
Birthday September 1, 1979
Goal To look out for Harry and Ron and assist them.
To help Harry defeat Voldemort (succeeded)

Mr. and Mrs. Granger, Arthur Weasley (father-in-law), Molly Weasley (née Prewett) (mother-in-law), Ginny Potter (née Weasley) (sister-in-law), Harry Potter (brother-in-law), Ron Weasley (husband), James Sirius Potter (son-in-law), Albus Severus Potter (son-in-law), Lily Luna Potter (daughter-in-law), Rose Granger-Weasley (niece), Hugo Granger-Weasley (son), Fred Weasley (brother-in-law), George Weasley (brother-in-law), Angelina Weasley (née Johnson) (sister-in-law), Fred Weasley II (nephew), Roxanne Weasley (niece), Bill Weasley (brother-in-law), Fleur Weasley (née Delacour) (sister-in-law), Victoire Weasley (niece), Dominique Weasley (niece), Louis Weasley (nephew), Charlie Weasley (brother-in-law), Percy Weasley (brother-in-law), Audrey Weasley (sister-in-law), Molly Weasley (niece), Lucy Weasley (niece), Weasley family (in-laws)

Pets Crookshanks (cat)
Allies Harry Potter (best friend; later brother-in-law), Ron Weasley (second best friend; later husband), Neville Longbottom, Albus Dumbledore, Ginny Weasley (friend; later sister-in-law), Luna Lovegood
Enemies Lord Voldemort, Draco Malfoy (formerly), Dolores Umbridge, Bellatrix Lestrange, Nagini, Death Eaters
Likes Reading books, being successful
Dislikes Failing, Ron's insensitivity, being called a "Mudblood", her friends in danger, looking like Bellatrix Lestrange
Powers and abilities Vast knowledge, very skillful with magic
Weapons Her wand

Leaves Hogwarts with Harry and Ron (Sorcerer's Stone)
Welcomes Hagrid back to Hogwarts (Chamber of Secrets)
Observes Harry try out his brand-new Firebolt (Prisoner of Azkaban)
Bids farewell to the Beauxbatons and Durmstrang students along with Harry and Ron (Goblet of Fire)
Leaves Hogwarts alongside Harry, Ron, Neville, Ginny, and Luna (Order of the Phoenix)
Watches Fawkes leave (Half-Blood Prince)
Finds shelter at Shell Cottage (Deathly Hallows - Part 1)
Sees her own children leave for Hogwarts along with Harry, Ron, and Ginny (Deathly Hallows - Part 2)


Hermione Jean Granger (b. September 1, 1979) is a fictional character and the tritagonist of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter series. She first appears in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone, as a new student on her way to Hogwarts. After Harry and Ron save her from a mountain troll in the girls' toilets, she becomes best friends with them and often uses her quick wit, deft recall, and encyclopaedic knowledge to help them. Rowling has stated that Hermione resembles herself at a younger age, with her insecurity and fear of failure.



Personality and traits

Hermione is considered to be the "brightest witch of her age". She is very logical, allowing her to go past lengthy details and go right for the point. While she might seem pompous, arrogant, and bossy now and then, she is actually good-hearted.

Physical appearance

Hermione Granger is a slender young woman with fair skin, long shoulder-length curly brown hair, and brown eyes.

During her years at Hogwarts, she is always seen in her grey sweatshirt with red and gold trimming and a white shirt underneath, black robe with the Gryffindor symbol on it, black skirt, grey knee-length socks, and black Mary Jane shoes. She sometimes wears a headband in her hair.

Magical abilities and skills

Hermione is very talented and skilled with magic, owing to her intelligence; in fact, her skills are superior to Harry and Ron’s. She can better control and utilize magic at will. In some cases, Hermione acts like an arrogant show-off with her abilities.




Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone

In her first year at Hogwarts, Harry, Ron, and Hermione first meet on the Hogwarts Express. All 3 of them are sorted into Gryffindor (the Sorting Hat initially considered putting Hermione in Ravenclaw). At first, Harry and Ron don't really like Hermione at all, and view her as a bossy nerd and a pompous, arrogant, and insufferable know-it-all. When they defend her from a mountain troll in the girls' bathroom (where she spent the afternoon after Ron hurt her feelings), she takes the blame for them. From then on, they become friends. During a Quidditch match between Gryffindor and Slytherin, Harry's brand new Nimbus 2000 suddenly goes out of control. Hermione quickly and mistakenly assumes that Severus Snape is jinxing the broom, not realizing Snape is trying to help Harry and it's really Quirnus Quirrell who's trying to cause Harry to fall off his broom, and goes to set his robes on fire, causing Snape to knock Quirrell over.

Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets

Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire

Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix

Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 1

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Video games




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  • Of the three main characters in the series, Hermione is the oldest, Ron is the second oldest, and Harry is the youngest.
  • Hermione is based off of J.K. Rowling herself at a young age.

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Video games: Philosopher's Stone | Chamber of Secrets | Prisoner of Azkaban | Goblet of Fire | Order of the Phoenix | Half-Blood Prince | Deathly Hallows (Part 1 / Part 2) | Quidditch World Cup
Lego Video games: Lego Creator: Harry Potter | Lego Creator: Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets | Lego Harry Potter: Years 1–4 / Years 5–7
Home video: Video

Original characters:Harry Potter | Ron Weasley | Hermione Granger | Albus Dumbledore | Rubeus Hagrid | Fred Weasley | George Weasley | Angelina Johnson | Alicia Spinnet | Gilderoy Lockhart | Remus Lupin | Alastor Moody | Quirinus Quirrell | Horace Slughorn | Percy Weasley | Cho Chang | Colin Creevey | Cedric Diggory | Ginny Weasley | Neville Longbottom | Luna Lovegood | Sirius Black | Vernon Dursley | Dudley Dursley | Petunia Dursley | Lord Voldemort | Draco Malfoy | Lucius Malfoy | Cornelius Fudge | Dolores Umbridge | Alecto Carrow | the Dementors of Azkaban | Amycus Carrow | Vincent Crabbe | Gregory Goyle | Argus Filch | Severus Snape | Bellatrix Lestrange | Bartemius Crouch Jr | Regulus Black | Pius Thicknesse | Salazar Slytherin

Spin-off characters: Newt Scamander | Tina Goldstein | Jacob Kowalski | Queenie Goldstein | Percival Graves | Seraphina Picquery | Credence Barebone | Mary Lou Barebon | Gnarlack | Henry Shaw Sr. | Langdon Shaw | Henry Shaw Jr. | Modesty Barebone | Chastity Barebone | Gellert Grindelwald | Leta Lestrange

The Basilisk | The Mountain Troll | The Hungarian Horntail
Crookshanks | Nagini | Hedwig | Fawkes | Buckbeak
Mystical Animals
Hogwarts Castle: | Grand Staircase Tower | Great Hall | Gryffindor Tower | Hogwarts Quidditch Pitch | The Forbidden Forest | Forbidden Third Floor Corridor | Underground Chambers | Hospital Wing | Slytherin Dungeon | The Chamber of Secrets | Topmost Tower | Platform 9¾

Diagon Alley: | Gringotts Wizarding Bank | Ollivander's
Residences: 4 Privet Drive | The Burrow | Godric's Hallow | Potter's Cottage
Other Locations: Limbo | England | Azkaban | British Ministry of Magic | Department of Mysteries

Weapons: Godric Gryffindor's Sword

Brooms/Nimbus: Nimbus 2000 | Nimbus 2001 | The Firebolt
Wands: Harry's Wand | Ron's Wand | Hermione's Wand | Voldemort's Wand | Elder Wand
Others: The Remembrall | The Invisibility Cloak | The Philosopher's Stone | Mirror of Erised | The Sorting Hat | The Basilisk Fang | Tom Riddle's Diary | The Marauder's Map | The Goblet of Fire | Deluminator

Powders: Floo Powder | Floo Network

Vehicles: Flying Ford Anglia | Flying Motorcycle | Hogwarts Express

Order of the Phoenix | Dumbledore's Army | Death Eaters
Directors: Chris Columbus (12) | Alfonso Cuarón (3) | Mike Newell (4) | David Yates (58)

Producers: David Heyman | Chris Columbus (3) | Mark Radcliffe (3) | David Barron (58) | J. K. Rowling (78)
Screenwriters: Steve Kloves (14, 68) | Michael Goldenberg (5)
Cast Members: Daniel Radcliffe | Rupert Grint | Emma Watson | Maggie Smith | Robbie Coltrane | Alan Rickman | Tom Felton | Richard Harris (2001-2002) | Michael Gambon (2004-present) | Helena Bonham Carter | Warwick Davies | Ralph Fiennes | Brendan Gleeson | Richard Griffiths | Jason Isaacs | Gary Oldman | Fiona Shaw | Mark Williams | Julie Walters | Emma Thompson | Timothy Spall | David Thewlis | Miranda Richardson | Ian Hart
Novelist: J.K. Rowling

See also
J.K. Rowling | Harry Potter and the Cursed Child