For her Seattle persona, see Tilly.
For the first iteration, see Alice (Down the Rabbit Hole).
Alice, also known as Starfish or Tower Girl, is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. She débuts in the first episode of the seventh season. She is portrayed by guest star Rose Reynolds and co-star Elle McKinnon. She is the original counterpart of Tilly.
Alice is based on the titular character from Lewis Carroll's novels, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking-Glass, and What Alice Found There, and from the Disney film, Alice in Wonderland. She is also an allusion to Sophie from the novel The BFG, Russell from the Disney/Pixar film Up, and Rapunzel from the Disney film Tangled.
For events occurring after the casting of the fifth curse, see Tilly.
- Conjuration - Ability to conjure objects out of the blue.
- Shapeshifting - Ability to alter the appearance of oneself or others.
- Solid lines denote blood relationships
- Dashed lines denote marriage relationships that result in offspring
- † denotes the deceased
- Hook and Gothel have never been married
- According to Edward Kitsis, "Alice is a character in the vein of Rumplestiltskin in that you don't really quite know what she's up to, where she's going or where she's been".
- As her Alice is meant to be very different from the spin-off's Alice, Rose Reynolds purposely did not watch Once Upon a Time in Wonderland to be sure she would not base her Alice on the first one.
- The casting call name for Alice was "Carol". Auditioners were given sides of one of Jefferson's scenes with Emma in "Hat Trick".
- The illustration of Alice and the Caterpillar in Henry's storybook is a colorized version of one of John Tenniel's illustrations from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. ("Pilot")
- Among the many fairy tale illustrations pinned to the wall in Henry's room are:
- "Her eyes met those of a large blue caterpillar" by the American artist and illustrator Bessie Pease Gutmann. An illustration of Alice and the Caterpillar, from the 1907 edition of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. ("The Thing You Love Most", "The Stable Boy", "A Land Without Magic")
- "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland - A Mad Tea-Party" (1907) by the famous book illustrator Arthur Rackham. It is an illustration of a scene from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, with Alice at the Mad Hatter's Tea Party with the March Hare, the Dormouse and the Mad Hatter. ("The Price of Gold", "The New Neverland")
- An illustration by the American illustrator Jessie Willcox Smith, from Nora Archibald Smith's book Boys and Girls of Bookland (1923). It features Alice in a scene from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, surrounded by the characters of Wonderland, including the Queen of Hearts, the Mad Hatter and the White Rabbit. ("The Price of Gold", "The New Neverland")
- "At this the whole pack rose up into the air and came flying down upon her" (1907) by Arthur Rackham, based on the playing cards scene from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. ("The New Neverland")
- "Advice from a Caterpillar" (1907) by Arthur Rackham, which depicts the scene with Alice and the Caterpillar. ("Going Home")
- The framed prints in the hallway of Jefferson's Mansion are John Tenniel's illustrations of Alice and scenes from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, including: ("Hat Trick")
- "The Jabberwocky" (behind Jefferson when he asks Emma to tie Mary Margaret back up)
- "Alice and the Baby Pig" (top picture on the right while he's standing in the doorway watching Emma and Mary Margaret)
- "Oh, You Wicked Little Thing" (bottom picture on the right as he closes the door)
- In Emma's New York apartment, there is a poster by Arthur Rackham, which contains one of his illustrations from Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. It depicts a scene from the book, in which Alice is surrounded by a group of creatures. ("New York City Serenade")
- A woman in Seattle is dressed up like Disney's Alice for Halloween. ("Beauty")
- The blouse Alice is wearing when she first meets Mr. Gold is the same garment worn by Marian in "Heart of Gold". Alice wears the blouse again in "Pretty in Blue", "The Eighth Witch" and "The Girl in the Tower". ("Beauty")
|Once Upon a Time: Season Seven|
|"Hyperion Heights":||"A Pirate's Life":||"The Garden of Forking Paths":||"Beauty":||"Greenbacks":||"Wake Up Call":||"Eloise Gardener":||"Pretty in Blue":||"One Little Tear":||"The Eighth Witch":||"Secret Garden":|
|"A Taste of the Heights":||"Knightfall":||"The Girl in the Tower":||"Sisterhood":||"Breadcrumbs":||"Chosen":||"The Guardian":||"Flower Child":||"Is This Henry Mills?":||"Homecoming":||"Leaving Storybrooke":|