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List of polyamorous characters in fiction

This is a list of polyamorous characters in fiction. It is organized alphabetically by last name of the main character involved in the polyamorous relationship, or first name if there is no last name known.


Character Portrayer Series Notes
Molly Ashcroft Amy Farrington Faking It
Bo Dennis Anna Silk Lost Girl Bo is a bisexual succubus. A succubus must sustain herself by feeding from the life force of male and female Fae and humans, via oral intake or the energy created through sex. In the first two seasons she was involved in a romantic triangle involving Dyson (a heterosexual shapeshifter) and Lauren (a lesbian human),[1] in which rivalry existed between the two over Bo. Neither Dyson nor Lauren wanted Bo to be with the other, but they tolerated it. As the series progressed, Bo tried to have a monogamous relationship with Lauren, but being unable to feed adequately put her in jeopardy and interfered with her intention, and she had to return to feeding from other beings, including Dyson when it was imperative. The relationship between Bo and Dyson became an unequivocal friendship, while Bo and Lauren remained in love with each other through ups and downs, and episodic distance.[2] By the series end, they accept their messy and complicated relationship for the ultimate goal of being together as a couple.[3]
Emma Hill Valorie Curry The Following Originally annoyed by Paul's infatuation with her boyfriend Jacob, she soon decides that sharing him would work to her advantage, and they all enter into a short lived relationship.
Countess Elizabeth Johnson Lady Gaga American Horror Story: Hotel The Countess begins a relationship with famed film actor Rudolph Valentino and his wife, Natacha Rambova, as seen in episode seven.[4]
Fluorite Kathy Fisher Steven Universe Fluorite is an unaligned fusion of six unknown Gems, introduced in the episode "Off Colors". In "Steven Universe," fusion occurs when two or more gems reach a state of emotional harmony. They are a physical manifestation of the relationship between these fused individuals.[5]
Judy King Blair Brown Orange is the New Black Judy King has both a husband and boyfriend outside of prison, and engages in casual sex with another inmate and a guard inside.
Hollyhock's dads Various BoJack Horseman Hollyhock has eight gay adoptive fathers in a polyamorous relationship, introduced in season 4.
Izzy Silva Priscilla Faia You Me Her You Me Her is an American-Canadian comedy-drama television series that revolves around a suburban married couple who is entering a three-way romantic relationship. The series is set in Portland, Oregon and was created by John Scott Shepherd.[6] The series is also promoted as TV's "first polyromantic comedy".[7]
Emma Travarsky Rachel Blanchard
Jack Travarsky Greg Poehler
Frank Underwood Kevin Spacey House of Cards Though Frank is married to Claire Underwood, their relationship is open. Frank has a relationship with the reporter Zoe Barnes in Season 1, and he is open with his wife about this. Furthermore, both he and his wife have sex with their security guard in season two.
Ryn Eline Powell Siren Siren is a current TV show airing on the Freeform channel. Siren is set in a fictitious town called Bristol Cove, in the Washington state. The show is basically about mermaids, and how the species is at risk because of how the government knows about their existence; this means it is a government cover-up, in a nutshell. Ryn is a mermaid, and she allies with fellow humans, Ben and Maddie. Their relationship is an polyamorous one because Ryn is still learning what it means to "love" another; romantic love is Ben and Maddie's current relationship, but all of us humans knows that there are different forms of love. Although Ryn kisses both Ben and Maddie on the lips, and they also cuddle all the time. In the last episode in season 2, Ryn wants to know how to make love to both Ben and Maddie.


Character(s) Actor(s)/Actress(es) Movie Notes
Aritz Los heroes del mal
Colleen O'Hallahan Brittany Murphy Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs (2008) Colleen has five boyfriends: Fry, Chu, Ndulu, Schlomo and Bolt Rolands. After Yivo the planet-sized alien marries and breaks up with all people of the universe at once, she remains in a relationship only with Yivo.
Yivo David Cross Yivo is a planet-sized alien with no determinable gender. Yivo dates and then marries all people of the universe at once, but they soon break up. Afterwards, Yivo remains in a relationship with Colleen.

Web series

Character(s) Actor(s)/Actress(es) Web series Notes
Annie Laura Ramadei Unicornland The eight-episode web series focuses on Annie's exploration into polyamory after her divorce.[8]
Caleb Gallo Brian Jordan Alvarez[9] The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo The Gay and Wondorous Life of Caleb Gallo is a YouTube show that began in 2016 and that shows a couple working through their decision to convert from monogamy to polyamory.
Rae Leone Allen and Sirita Wright[10] Yuri and her partner Camile 195 Lewis[11] This series premiered in 2017.[12]

Graphic art

Character(s) Series Years Notes
Tatewaki Kuno Ranma ½ 1987–1996 Tatewaki is in love with both Akane and the "Pigtail Girl" (Ranma's female form) and proposes to date both, but they don't return his feelings. Japan
Yukari Sendou Rosario + Vampire 2004–2007 Yukari (a witchling) has a crush on both Moka (a female vampire) and Tsukune (a male human). Yukari openly wants to have a three-way relationship with them, but Moka and Tsukune don't return her feelings.

When Yukari is introduced in both the manga and the anime, she only likes Moka, not Tsukune. Once Moka saves Yukari from being bullied by their monster schoolmates, Yukari confesses her love to her. At this point, Yukari tries to drive Moka and Tsukune apart, out of jealousy. Only after Tsukune puts himself in harm's way to save Yukari from monsters too, Yukari starts to like him as well and confesses her love to him.[13][14]


Character(s) Book Published Notes
Innon The Fifth Season 2015 Explicitly stated to both be interested and then be in a serious relationship with two of the main characters.


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  3. ^ Liszewski, Bridget (March 12, 2018). "Lost Girl's Anna Silk is Eager to Reunite with Cast Mates and Meet Fans at ClexaCon 2018". The TV Junkies.
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  6. ^ DENNY Anderson (2016-03-26), "YOU ME HER" TV Series | Cast & Creator Interview | March 22nd, 2016, retrieved 2016-05-11
  7. ^ "Watch My Show: You Me Her is the Polyromantic Comedy With 'Valid Emotional Stakes'". TV Insider. Retrieved 2016-05-11.
  8. ^ Novick, Ilana (2017-04-10). "TV Is Finally Starting to Get Polyamory Right". Vice. Retrieved 2019-04-08.
  9. ^ The Gay and Wondrous Life of Caleb Gallo, retrieved 2019-04-08
  10. ^ "A Black Queer Couple Candidly Explores Polyamory in '195 Lewis'". Colorlines. 2017-11-17. Retrieved 2019-04-17.
  11. ^ Rachel Montpelier. "2018 Gotham Awards: Wins for Chloé Zhao's "The Rider," "Killing Eve," Elsie Fisher, & More". Women and Hollywood. Retrieved 2018-11-27.
  12. ^ "195 Lewis Online Premiere!! — 195 Lewis". 2017-11-16. Retrieved 2018-11-27.
  13. ^ Ikeda, Akihisa (February 4, 2005). Volume 2: Witches. Rosario + Vampire. Shueisha. ISBN 4088737768.
  14. ^ "Witchling and Vampire". Rosario + Vampire. Season 1. Episode 2. January 17, 2008.