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Background information
Feature films
Television programs Goosehollow
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Glenn Close
Performance model
Inspiration Esmeralda
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name TBA
Other names TBA
Personality Charming, rude, evil, greedy, sadistic, selfish, manipulative, cruel, no-nonsense, aggressive, ruthless, arrogant, strict, deceitful, soft, incompetent, abusive
Appearance Blond haired man with blue suit and pants
Occupation Factory owner
Alignment Bad
Goal Use Darwin Dawson as child labor and make money (succeeded)
Gain control of the Giant Goose
Start a war between the humanoids, monsters and the humans (all failed)
Home Goose Hollow
Relatives TBA
Minions Henry, O'Brown
Enemies Jake the Horrible, Big Fat Man, Darwin Dawson
Likes Commanding, abusing her employees
Dislikes Children
Powers and abilities Influence over the US government
Weapons Gun
Fate Chased out by Big Fat Man.
Quote "You take the high road and I'll take the low road."
"And I would have gotten away with it, too, if it weren't for you meddling kids!"

Madam is one of three secondary antagonists in the animated television series, Goosehollow.


Madam is a scheming, pompous, loathsome, and acquisitive individual. She is shown to be cruel, greedy, ruthless, manipulative, and opprobrious to her workers. Unlike Henry and O'Brown, Madam does not care about her employees.


Madam first appears when he confronts Jake the Horrible for being late to work and fires him, but is convinced by Big Fat Man to let him keep his job. When he is questioned by O'Brown, another of the factory owners, why he let Jake keep his job, he explains that it is because "fear is a powerful motivator". He is then convinced by the third factory owner named O'Brown to keep an eye of Big Fat Man, as he considered him to be a troublemaker.

Upon finding out about the humans, Madam tells the citizens that the Indians want to attack, stirring them up into an angry mob of monsters. After a long rampage to attack the humans, Big Fat Man is accused of helping the Indians and brought to the butcher shop for his punishment. Before Big Fat Man is executed, he is rescued by the orphan boy, Dawson, before Big Fat Man convinces all the humans that the monsters became unfit for salvation of mankind and that the factory owners are the real enemy. With every monsters in Goose Hollow now against them, the factory owners retreat.





  • She has similarities to Harley Quinn since they are both the lover/accomplice of an evil clown. However, while Madam is arguably evil than her factory owners, Harley Quinn certainly is not and she and Henry get along pretty well than Harley and The Joker.
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