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Revision as of 17:28, August 3, 2018

Beverly Marsh is the deuteragonist of It, and one of the seven members of The Losers' Club. She is sexually abused by her father, Alvin Marsh. She is best friends with Bill Denbrough, Richie Tozier, Eddie Kaspbrak, Mike Hanlon, Stan Uris, and Ben Hanscom. Beverly also has a crush on Bill Denbrough.

Background

Physical Appearence

In the book she’s described as a really pretty girl with auburn hair that reaches her shoulder blades, lovely gray-green eyes and milky skin with a spray of freckles. In the 1990 mini-series, she has chest-length brunette hair and in the 2017 film adaption, she has red hair.

1958

Heart Burns There Too - Ben Hanscom

The Curse Of Derry

The Apocalyptic Rockfight

The Bathroom

The Sewers

1985

Chicago, Illinois

Mrs. Kersh, The witch, and the abandoned house

The Losers Reunited

IT's Disguise and Henry Bower's Death

Heart of a Poet

Personality

Appearances

It (2017 film)

While having a smoke in the girls’ bathroom, Greta bursts in and bullies Beverly. Another girl pulls the trash bag out of the trash can, and proceeds to dump its contents on Beverly’s head; Beverly immediately holds her backpack above her head for protection.

It: Chapter Two

Relationships

Gallery

Trivia

v - e - d
It (2017 logo)
Media
Characters
Main Characters:Bill Denbrough | Beverly Marsh | Stanley Uris | Richie Tozier | Eddie Kaspbrak | Ben Hanscom | Mike Hanlon | Pennywise

Supporting Characters:

Locations
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