|Vince Vega||Hitman||John Travolta|
Vincent "Vince" Vega is a low-rented hitman working for African-American crime boss Marcellus Wallace and the main character of Pulp Fiction. He is the partner in crime with Jules Winnfield. He is laid-back, somewhat sleazy, sarcastic, and sometimes prone of nearly causing dangerous situations, as shown when he accidentally murdered Marvin.
Trivia: He, Marcellus and Mia Wallace, are the only characters to appear in all the film's separate stories.
|Jules Winnfield||Hitman||Samuel L. Jackson|
Julius "Jules" Winnfield is the main deuteragonist and a low-rented hitman working for Marcellus Wallace. He is devout Christian, as he reads Bibles and usually memorizing a Bible speech known as "Ezekiel 25:17" before executing his victims, but his personality is still a stereotypical ordinary black man.
|Mia Wallace||Former Actress||Uma Thurman|
Mia Wallace is the wife of Marcellus Wallace and the main tritagonist. She is a former actress is an apparent cocaine addict, as she occasionally snorts cocaine and she mistakens a stash of heroin as cocaine.
Trivia: She, alongside her husband and Vince, are the only characters to appear in all the film's separate stories, though she made a cameo in both "The Gold Watch" and "The Bonnie Situation".
|NO PHOTO YET!||Butch Coolidge||Boxer||Bruce Willis|
|Butch Coolidge is a major character in the film. He is a prizefighter who has an upcoming match with Floyd Wilson. He agrees with Marcellus to throw the fight with Butch being bribe with an envelope of money. Unfortunately, Butch ends up beating Floyd to death during the match and is committed on a bounty by Marcellus.|