|Saruman the White|
|Name||Saruman the White|
|Franchise||The Lord of the Rings|
|Vehicles and/or Gadgets||None|
|Occupation|| Wizard |
Alias of Sauron
Saruman was at first the powerful and wise leader of the five Istari, or wizards, in Middle-earth, and leader of the White Council. However, after studying too deep into the arts of Sauron, he eventually joined him, and Saruman's friends became his foes. He started breeding orcs with goblin-men to make Uruk-hai. He later sent a band of Uruk-hai to capture the Ring-bearing Hobbits (but they caught Merry and Pippin instead). Saruman also sent an army of Uruk-Hai to defeat the people of Rohan. After Merry and Pippin escaped the Uruk-hai and found Treebeard, they attacked Isengard and flooded it by destroying the dam. Saruman was imprisoned in Orthanc. Later, after Sauron was destroyed, Saruman persuaded Treebeard to free him from Orthanc, and he left with Gríma Wormtongue (who he treated very badly). Saruman then went to the Shire and took over it (under the alias of Sharkey), and was finally killed in the Battle of Bywater when he was mistreating Gríma, who then slit his throat. His death ended the War of the Ring right in front of Bag End, the very place Frodo first stepped out of.
Arriving with The Joker at Foundation Prime, he denies Lord Vortech's offer of working with him, claiming that he isnt a villain, but reluctantly agrees after showing his loyalty to Sauron due to Vortech pretending that he was behind him.
When Batman, Gandalf and Wyldstyle enter the lair of Clouse's Anacondrai serpent and discovered the Elemental Keystone, then Saruman enters and takes control of the serpent using the keystone. After a battle with the serpent, the trio manage to defeat Saruman and recover the Keystone. Then Saruman is sucked away by a portal back to vorton.
- He was voiced by Roger Jackson in LEGO Dimensions, while British actor Christopher Lee portrayed him in the films.
- His film actor Christopher Lee is also the only actor in the film series to have actually met the franchise's creator J.R.R. Tolkien in person while the latter was still alive.
- He and Gandalf used to be good friends, until he got corrupted from learning about Sauron's Dark magic.
- He made a cameo appearance in one of the levels for the Ghostbusters Story Pack.