List of Fictional Vice Presidents of The United States

List Of Fictional Vice Presidents Of The United States

Clayton M. Abernathy

  • Vice President in Eye in the Sky by Fun Publications.
  • This character is the evil mirror-universe counterpart of the heroic G.I. Joe character Hawk.

Barbara Adams

  • Whoops Apocalypse (1986 film)
  • Written by Andrew Marshall and David Renwick, directed by Tom Bussmann, played by Loretta Swit.
  • Succeeds to presidency upon death of President Hugo Burlap.

Mackenzie Allen

  • Commander in Chief (television series 2005)
  • Created by American director Rod Lurie, played by Geena Davis
  • Political independent chosen by President Theodore Roosevelt "Teddy" Bridges as his running mate.
  • The first female vice president and, upon Bridges' death, the first female president.
  • Home State: Connecticut

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