Charles Manson
Charles Manson infobox
Appearances 1
Debut Episode Deceased
Voiced by Charles Manson vs Marilyn Manson

Charles Manson (November 12, 1934 - November 19, 2017) was an American criminal and musician, responsible for leading the Manson family, a cult who were responsible for seven murders in 1969 (although Manson committed none himself). 


In his appearance, he is originally shown to be wearing a blue robe, but upon removing it, Manson wears what Johnny Gomez remarks to resemble a white disposable diaper.

Celebrity DeathmatchEdit

Manson was involved in the very first deathmatch of the series with Marilyn Manson. When the fight starts, Manson attempts to run at Marilyn, only to be knocked backwards into the turnbuckle. 

Manson readjusts his jaw and attempts to fight Marilyn again, only to have his attacks blocked and to be headbutted. Manson jumps onto Marilyn's back, but is thrown against the ropes and grabs him again on his return, biting off a chunk of Marilyn's left shoulder and spitting it on the ground (the shoulder chunk develops spider legs and walks away). 

Mills deducts two points from Manson and Marilyn nods that he wants to continue the fight. Manson rushes at Marilyn, but Marilyn grabs inside of his mouth, and pulls out his skeleton, killing him. 

Although, in a rare, deleted scene, shown briefly in the commercial for, he was seen, without his skeleton, being interviewed, after the match. Presumably, he died, afterwards. 

Outside the ShowEdit

Manson was responsible for leading the Manson family, a cult in the late 1960's. Manson's cult became infamously known in August 9, 1969, when they were responsible for the murders of actress Sharon Tate (as well as Tate's unborn child), Folger's Coffee heiress Abigail Folger, actor Wojciech Frykowski, hairsylist Jay Sebring and Steven Parent while they were staying at Tate and her husband Roman Polanski's home (Polanski was in Europe working on a film at the time of the murders).

Manson was arrested on August 16, 1969 and remained incarcerated at the Corcoran State Prison until his death on November 19, 2017. 


  • Coincidentally, half of Marilyn Manson's name comes from Charles Manson himself (as the members of Marilyn's band use the first name of an iconic female sex symbol and the last name of an iconic serial killer). Marilyn's name himself is a combination of Marilyn Monroe and Charles Manson.