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Gary "Eggsy" Unwin

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Official Site: 20th Century Studios

Kingsman is a British-American spy action-comedy film series co-produced and directed by Matthew Vaughn and distributed by 20th Century Fox, based on the Icon Comics graphic novel by Mark Millar and Dave Gibbons. Consisting of two films, the following is a list of characters from Kingsman.

Kingsman is a privately owned spy organisation in the United Kingdom. It was originally founded in 1849 as a prestigious tailor shop in London's Savile Row (which is actually H. Huntsman & Sons), but when its clients lost their heirs to World War I, Kingsman turned its attention to secretly protecting the country without the legal and political constraints of government organisations, channelling their money into the organisation now that they no longer had any family to inherit. Kingsman agents are characterised by their bespoke bulletproof suits, Oxford shoe, and eyeglasses equipped with audio-visual communications, as well as their gentlemanly mannerisms. Their codenames are taken from the knights of the Round Table. Following the destruction of all Kingsman property at the hands of the Golden Circle, Kingsman Tailors is relocated on St James's Street between Lock & Co. Hatters and Berry Bros. & Rudd.

;Harry Hart / Galahad

Harry Hart (Colin Firth) is a Kingsman agent who operates under the codename "Galahad". He is based on Jack London from the graphic novel. Prior to joining Kingsman, he was studying to become a lepidopterist, but he joined the British Army instead. While training to become a Kingsman agent, Harry raised a Cairn Terrier he named "Mr. Pickle" for 11 years until it died of pancreatitis, then had it preserved for display in his home. He memorialises his missions by posting front pages of The Sun on the wall of his study room, each presenting an ordinary headline from the date of an assignment. During a mission in the Middle East in 1997, Kingsman trainee Lee Unwin sacrificed himself to save Harry's team from a suicide bomber. Because of this, Harry brings Lee's son Eggsy into the organisation while grooming him to become a gentleman. While investigating a string of kidnappings linked to billionaire philanthropist Richmond Valentine, Harry finds himself involved in a massacre in a Kentucky church that is instigated by neurological waves transmitted through Valentine's SIM cards. Just as Valentine reveals his plan to commit a worldwide culling with the neurological waves, he shoots Harry in the left eye.

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