|In the Comics:||Jean Grey|
|Real Name:||Jean Grey|
|Originally From:||New Jersey, USA|
|Relatives:|| John and Elaine Grey|
Sara Grey and Julia Grey (Sisters)
|Interests:|| Scott Summers (Boyfriend)
Duncan Matthews (Ex)
|First appearance:||Strategy X|
|Portrayed by:||Venus Terzo|
- "Most of you have children, and you love them for who they are, not for what they can, or can’t do. There is a chance that one of them will have an advanced X gene, & as they grow older they will be considered mutants. You will love them anyway. But people will hate them. And people will want to hurt them. You will hope for the day that your child can live in a safe world"
- —Jean Grey to the School-board Mainstream
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Jean Grey was "Miss Popular" of the X-Men. She is intelligent, strong-willed, pretty, confident, well-liked, and a naturally gifted athlete. Unlike many mutants who began as social outcasts and came to find their horizons expanded through their association with the Xavier Institute, Jean starts out from a high position of social status as she was shown to be very popular in high school. However, she is somewhat insecure and possesses a jealous streak when it comes to Scott Summers. As part of the X-Men, she has helped young mutants get accustomed to their new lives, acting as a bit of a peace-maker when their emotions over being a mutant get the best of them.
Powers & Abilities
Jean grew up in Connecticut, in an utterly normal upper-middle-class family. She has a non-mutant sister, and her parents are still alive and happily married. At some point as a child, Jean Grey developed telepathy and telekinesis. Shortly after these developments, she was taken in by Charles Xavier and joined the ranks of the X-Men, along with Wolverine, Storm and Scott Summers. Jean was the second student to be recruited into the X-Men, making her the team's de facto co-leader after Cyclops.  
This relationship came to fruition a few weeks later, when Mystique freed herself from Area 51, and lured Cyclops into a trap. Mystique left him alone in the desert to die, without his sunglasses or visor, but a local construction company saved him and brought him to a hospital in Mexico City. At that point, Cyclops' strong link to Jean Grey alerted the X-Men to the fact that Cyclops was in danger, and they tracked him to Mexico where, just at the last moment, Jean arrived to help Cyclops, and both were able to send Mystique running into the darkness. Jean then realized the depth of her love for Scott, and Cyclops also reciprocated the feelings.
When Charles Xavier was under Apocalypse's control, he was able to scan the mind of Apocalypse. In The Future, Xavier saw the adult version of Jean Grey transforming into the Dark Phoenix. She is shown to be wearing a dark navy blue sleeve-less bodysuit with a cowel and matching navy blue combat boots. She has gold platelets with the "X" logo on both of her shoulders attached to a small gold breast platelet, two black gloves with gold arm bands, and a gold utility belt bearing the "X" logo. Also, Jean Grey now has shoulder length hair. Had the series continued, the show's next season would have focused on the "Phoenix/Dark Phoenix Saga" with The Phoenix as the season's main villain.
- Production Art - Jean Grey
- Concept Art for Jean Grey.
- Production Art - Jean Grey as Phoenix.
- In all season, Jean's regular outfits have her wear sandals, with an exposed naval.
- Jean is the second tallest female on the show, after Ororo Munroe.
- Taryn Fujioka and Jean started off as best friends in grade 10 an 11. 
- Strategy X shows the start of the Scott/Jean/Duncan love triangle. 
- Once kidnapped by Fred Dukes. 
- Winner of the MVP Soccer Award. 
- Jean and Scott grow closer in Power Surge, foreshadowing their future relationship. 
- Briefly possessed Rogue when she lost control of her powers. 
- Power Surge is foreshadowing of The Phoneix Force. 
- Berzerker drove Jean, Kitty Pryde and Kurt Wagenr to the airport. 
- For Christmas Jean and her family are picking out a Christmas tree. 
- Jean, Spyke, Multiple, Berzerker, Wolfsbane and Sunspot appear in Joyride, none of them speak.
- Duncan Matthews got tickets for the Sadie Hawkins Dance for him and Jean. 
- Jean, Boom Boom, Shadowcat, Rogue and Magma briefly join together to make up the Bayville Sirens. 
- Jean is seen walking by in the background while Kitty is asking Lance to the Sadie Hawkins Dance. 
- Jean goes to the Sadie Hawkins Dance with Duncan Matthews. 
- Retreat is one of the very few episodes Jean and Cyclops do not appear. 
- Jean, Kitty Pryde and Evan Daniels were all identified on the news in Day of Recovery. 
- The graffiti mural at the very start of Mainstream has distortions of Jean, Wolverine, Rogue & Cyclops. 
- All of the trophies that Jean has won are removed by Principal Kelly after he finds out she's a Mutant. 
- Jean got a new SUV from her parents. 
- Jean & Scott have their first date at a concert. 
- Jean, Cyclops, Storm, Nightcrawler, Multiple, Sunspot and Magma all appear but have no lines in X23. 
- Jean and Scott are shown graduating Bayville High School. 
- Colossus saved Shadowcat, then Magneto saved Charles Xavier, and then Jean saved Iceman. 
- Jean, Amara, & Logan all went horseback riding. As seen in the picture on Jeans billboard. 
- The Stuff of Villains is one of the few episodes Jean doesn't appear.
- Jean's worst nightmare was revealed to be loosing control of her powers again. .
- Charles Xavier saw The Future where Jean turned into the Dark Phoenix 
- Jean & Scott established a psychic rapport at some point, possibly after the events in Power Surge.  
- Jean's wins the MVP Soccer Award. But in Mainstream, Principal Kelly removes it from the school's display believing she cheated with her powers.  
- Jean was the first character to lose control of her powers in the series.  Hank Mc'Coy was the second,  then Wanda Maximoff was next  with Evan Daniels being the fourth,  and finally Rogue was the fifth and final character. 
|Strategy X||X Impulse||Rogue Recruit||Mutant Crush||Speed & Spyke||Middleverse||Turn of the Rogue|
|Spykecam||Survival of the Fittest||Shadowed Past||Grim Reminder||The Cauldron I||The Cauldron II|
|Day of Recovery||The Stuff of Heroes||Mainstream||The Stuff of Villains||Blind Alley||X-Treme Measures|| The Toad, the Witch, |
and the Wardrobe
|Self Possessed||Under Lock and Key||Cruise Control||X23 *||Dark Horizon I||Dark Horizon II|
|Impact||No Good Deed||Target X||Sins of the Son||Uprising||Cajun Spice||Ghost of a Chance||Ascension I||Ascension II|