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Jean Grey
Jean Grey
Biographical information
Name

Jean Grey

Born

September 19, 1987

Birthplace

Annandale-on-Hudson, New York

Nicknames

Jeanie, Red, Gingerhead

Physical description
Species

Human (Mutant)

Gender

Female

Height

5'6.5"

Hair Color

Brown
Red

Eye Color

Hazel

Family information
Family

John Grey (father)
Elaine Grey (mother)
Roger Grey (brother)
Sara Grey (sister)
Liam Grey (brother)
Julia Grey (sister)
Brian Grey (uncle)
Phyllis Dennefer (aunt)
Roy Dennefer (uncle)
Paul Bailey (brother-in-law)
Gabriella Bailey (niece)
Joey Bailey (nephew)

Statistical information

Occupation

Teacher, student

Education

College Graduate

Affiliation

X-Men

"I'm not my mother. I'm not Phoenix. I'm my own woman... and before I'm done... they'll wish I were the Phoenix."
―Jean Grey[src]

BiographyEdit

Early lifeEdit

Jean Grey was the younger daughter of Professor John Grey of the History Department of Bard College in Annandale-on-Hudson, New York, and his wife Elaine Grey. When Jean was ten years old she was playing with her best friend, Annie Richardson when Annie was hit by a car. The emotion that Jean felt as she held her dying friend awakened her own latent telepathic powers and she experienced Annie's own emotions as she died. This traumatic event left Jean in a withdrawn and deeply depressed state. Moreover, Jean could not control her newly awakened telepathic abilities and had to isolate herself from other people to hold on to her sanity.


Personality and traitsEdit

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"We come into this world alone and we leave the same way. The time we spent in between - time spent alive, sharing, learning together... is all that makes life worth living."
―Jean Grey[src]

RelationshipsEdit

Scott SummersEdit

James LoganEdit

Warren Worthington IIIEdit

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

PowersEdit

  • Telepathy
  • Telekinesis
  • Phoenix

AbilitiesEdit

AppearancesEdit

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Notes and referencesEdit