Although similar stature to a goblin, he is described multiple times as a dwarf – and he is the only of his kind that we see. Hoggle’s overall story is very different from some of the overly simplistic characterization we often see in Disneyfied children and fantasy movies. Hoggle has a redemption story arc, which forms a more complex counterpoint to Sarah’s more linear, a-to-z struggle. Hoggle was voiced by Brian Henson (son of Jim Henson) and performed by Shari Weiser, a little person.

Shari was more than a coat rack for the Hoggle costume though, her gestures and body language are a vital part of making Hoggle Hoggle. We don’t know much about his life before Sarah, other than his affinity for jewelry, killing fairy pests, and public urination.
He is the combination of many different people – body, voice, face – and when they are brought together they make one complex and unique person… dwarf. His moaning, grumbling, and mumbles of joy (ooruughh plastic!) really round out his personality.

Much like the rest of the Labyrinth characters, he is spurred into action by Sarah and away from her he stagnates. The fact that he does not begin as a friend is an interesting point, which I always forget and am surprised by when I rewatch the movie.

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