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  • Evelyn O' Connell
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  • Evelyn Carnahan O' Connell is the main heroine of The Mummy movies. She is played by Rachel Wiesz. At a young age, Evelyn acquired an interest in Egypt and its history, namely its artifacts. Commencing her career as a librarian, Evelyn ventured on an expedition to the ancient City of the Dead, Hamunaptra, where, along with others, she encountered an ancient cursed mummy known as Imhotep, which she helped to defeat. This act brought various adventures in the years to come as Evelyn, along with her husband Rick O'Connell, their son Alex O'Connell, and, from time to time, Evelyn's brother Jonathan Carnahan, encountered many ancient powers and forces, some evil, others benign, and having several run-ins with Imhotep himself. In the years after, Evelyn documented her travels in the form of adve
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type of hero
  • Adventurer, Outright Heroine, Fortune Hunter
Goals
  • Save the world from Imhotep and The Emperor
Origin
  • The Mummy
Skills
  • Expert intelligence, knowledge about Egyptian culture and historical significance
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Alias
  • Evie
Hobby
  • Stacking books in the library, spending time with her husband Rick O'Connell and their son Alex
Occupation
  • Librarian Treasure Hunter Author
Fullname
  • Evelyn O'Connell
abstract
  • Evelyn Carnahan O' Connell is the main heroine of The Mummy movies. She is played by Rachel Wiesz. At a young age, Evelyn acquired an interest in Egypt and its history, namely its artifacts. Commencing her career as a librarian, Evelyn ventured on an expedition to the ancient City of the Dead, Hamunaptra, where, along with others, she encountered an ancient cursed mummy known as Imhotep, which she helped to defeat. This act brought various adventures in the years to come as Evelyn, along with her husband Rick O'Connell, their son Alex O'Connell, and, from time to time, Evelyn's brother Jonathan Carnahan, encountered many ancient powers and forces, some evil, others benign, and having several run-ins with Imhotep himself. In the years after, Evelyn documented her travels in the form of adventure novels.