This is a list of characters Who Appeared in Revolution
- Charlotte "Charlie" Matheson (Tracy Spiridakos) - the daughter of Ben and Rachel Matheson and sister of Danny Matheson. Post-blackout she lived in a commune that had been set up in a former sub-division prior to the murder of her father.
- Danny Matheson (Graham Rogers) - the son of Ben and Rachel Matheson and thoughtful, cautious younger brother of Charlie Matheson.
- Miles Matheson (Billy Burke) - a former Marine and warrior who's been living a reclusive life in Chicago. He is the brother of Ben Matheson and uncle of Charlie and Danny Matheson.
- Aaron Pittman (Zak Orth) - a computer genius ill-prepared for the rigors of the world he currently lives in.
- Nora Clayton (Daniella Alonso) - a rebel fighter battling against the militia.
- Rachel Matheson (Elizabeth Mitchell) - the wife of Ben Matheson and mother of Charlie and Danny Matheson.
- Benjamin "Ben" Matheson (Tim Guinee) - Charlie and Danny's father, who conceals a mysterious connection to The Blackout.
- Gene Porter- a town's leader and a doctor.
- Gen. Sebastian "Bass" Monroe (David Lyons) - the supposed general of the Monroe Militia, and Miles Matheson's fellow Marine.
- Maj. Tom Neville (Giancarlo Esposito) - a Major in the Monroe Militia who is searching for Miles Matheson.
- Jason Neville (J.D. Pardo) - an officer, son of Tom Neville; aka: Nate Walker, he befriends Charlie
- Sgt. Templeton - a member of the militia who killed Ben Matheson. (deceased)
- Pvt. Richards - a friend of Templeton who serves under Capt. Neville.
- Jeremy Baker - one of the commanding officers in the Monroe Militia
- Col. John Faber - reports to Monroe at Independence Hall.
- Sgt. Will Strausser - member of the militia who Monroe assigns to torture people.
- Lt. Slotnick - sadistic militia drill instructor who beats a recruit after granting him permission to leave. (deceased)
- Fletcher - after he is shot in the abdomen, Tom Neville gives him poison to end the pain. (deceased)
- Cpl. Lawrence - failed to stop group at bridge, stabbed by Strausser. (deceased)
- George - is killed when Tom Neville tries to take his guns. ("Chained Heat")
- Nicholas - A member of the rebels in St. Anne, Illinois ("No Quarter")
- Trevor - one of the St. Anne, Illinois rebels, who is a skilled sniper.
- Sam - a member of the St. Anne, Illinois rebels who was killed in No Quarter
- Ken "Hutch" Hutchinson - the last surviving rebel based in Noblesville, Indiana
- John Sanborn - a person whom Grace communicates with in the first episode.
- Grace Beaumont (Maria Howell) - a scientist, who worked with Ben Matheson before the Blackout and lives alone near Chicago.
- Bradley Jaffe - scientist, militia prisoner and pendant owner.
- Randall Flynn- the Assistant Secretary of the Department of Defense who broke into Grace's home at the end of the second episode. (Deceased)
- President Jack Davis- a former U.S. Secretary of Defense turned dictator, who is a brutal, tyrannical President of the United States.
- Bill Harlow- a Chief of Staff, working for the Patriots. (Deceased)
- Victor Doyle- a member of the Patriots. (Deceased)
- Roger Allenford- a Patriot commander. (Deceased)
- Dr. Calvin Horn- a Patriot scientist. (Deceased)
- Secretary Justine Allenford- a member of the Patriots. (Deceased)
- Edward Truman- a Patriot Director and the commanding officer of Willoughby, Texas.
- Scott- Truman's second in command. (Deceased)
- Martin Shaw- a member of the Patriots, who recruited Gene Porter. (Deceased)
- Garrett- a Patriot, who disguises himself as the Andover Clan member. (Deceased)
- Jacob (C. Thomas Howell) - a bounty hunter (Deceased) ("Chained Heat")
- Rob - former neighbor of the Nevilles (Deceased) ("Soul Train")
- Julia Neville - Capt. Tom Neville's wife. ("Soul Train")
- Elliot Foster - Maggie's son
- Priscilla Pittman - Aaron's wife, who never cared about any of his work with Google. ("Sex and Drugs")
- Drexel - drug lord in Columbia, Ohio. (Deceased) ("Sex and Drugs")
- Bill O'Halloran - Irish ex-cop, head of a family that is in a feud with Drexel. ("Sex and Drugs")
- Sean - young man who befriended Aaron and Priscillia shortly after the blackout. ("Sex and Drugs")
- Jack - young boy faking injury to lure Charlie's group into the children's ambush at Adena. ("The Children's Crusade")
- Skip - the fat kid that pickpockets the pendant from Aaron at the lighthouse at Martins Ferry. ("The Children's Crusade")
- Lily - the young African American girl that went with group to Martins Ferry ("The Children's Crusade")
- Michael- attacks militia freighter at Martins Ferrywith Miles to free Peter
- Peter- conscripted by Militia, his rescue is focus of The Children's Crusade
- Audrey - 15 year-old female militia conscript in wagon with Peter. ("The Children's Crusade")
- Boggs - fat militia recruit that Charlie picks a fight with on board the freighter at Martins Ferry. ("The Children's Crusade")
- Eve Jaffe - Bradley Jaffe's daughter. ("The Children's Crusade")
- Rose - Maid in Philadelphia, cleaning militia officers houses ("Ties That Bind")
- Charlotte Porter - Rachel's mother first mentioned in ("Pilot")
- Susan - was a love interest of Bass Monroe before the Blackout. ("Pilot")
- Carol Templeton - the wife of Templeton ("Chained Heat")
- Rebecca O'Halloran - daughter of Bill O'Halloran who died because of Drexel's drugs. ("Sex and Drugs")
- Elliot - Maggie's eldest son.
- Lilah Kinsey- daughter of Ray Kinsey who died soon after The Blackout. ("The Plague Dogs")
- Strausser's Father - Strausser's inspiration for being the butcher of the militia. ("The Children's Crusade")
- Nora's Father - lived in Galveston, Tx - sister Mia lies about father ("Ties That Bind")
- Stephen Faber - Col. John Faber's son. killed in failed bombing plot. ("Ties That Bind")
- Grace's son who had asthma before the blackout ("Pilot")
- Grace's second son in the picture.
- 'Drexel's Girls' - ("Sex and Drugs")
- Hutch's Wife (deceased) - a rebel ("Soul Train")
- Maggie's second younger son - image on cellphone ("No Quarter"),flashbacks ("The Plague Dogs")
- Nora's mother - brief image (deceased 2012 in flashback) ("Ties That Bind")