Fairy Mary is a character from the Tinker Bell films. She is voiced by Jane Horrocks.
In the first film, Fairy Mary was given the task of watching over the newcomer fairy Tinker Bell, though Tink disliked her job as a tinker, believing it to be useless. When Fairy Mary discovered Tinker Bell's true feelings about the tinker fairies, she was greatly offended. However, Fairy Mary had high hopes for Tinker Bell. During the climax of the film, when Pixie Hollow suffered great damage from the destructive nature of the sprinting thistles, Fairy Mary was impressed to see Tinker Bell finally putting her talent to good use by creating innovative ways on how to set up for the fairies' travel to the Main Land despite the great damage.
In the sequel, Fairy Mary recommended Tinker Bell to create the ceremonial scepter that would be used to hold the legendary moonstone in the Autumn Revelry. She also taught Tinker Bell a way to relieve stress, by counting to ten. When Tinker Bell began to have stress whilst creating the scepter, she used this method. Later on, Fairy Mary was given the task of supervising the preparations for the Revelry, making sure Rosetta, Iridessa, Fawn, Silvermist, Clank, and Bobble had everything set up properly. At the finale, Fairy Mary began to panicked when Tinker Bell was running late for the festival. When she did however, the moonstone was shattered to pieces, but the pieces were able to create millions more particles of blue pixie dust than the original moonstone would have.
In the television special, Fairy Mary was partnered with Tinker Bell in the anticipated Pixie Hollow Games.
On a busy day, Fairy Mary was busy supervising the tinkers as they weaved dozens of baskets to be sent over to the Winter Woods via snowy owls. Fairy Mary's constant comments centering the mysterious Winter Woods grew Tinker Bell's fascination of the realm even more, prompting her to cross the border over to the Woods, something that is forbidden as the wings of a warm fairy would freeze and break if they did cross. The next day, Tinker Bell stows away on one of the baskets, Fairy Mary is too busy working to even notice, much to Tink's relief. During the climax when the balance of the season is thrown off and Pixie Hollow begins to freeze, Fairy Mary takes charge when the fairies and animals of the Hollow must evacuate to shelters.
Like many other fairies, Fairy Mary takes shelter inside the Pixie Dust Tree as Tinker Bell's sister Periwinkle and her frost fairy friends frost the Pixie Dust Tree, to prevent it from dying as a result of the dropping temperature. When all is good, Queen Clarion and the ruler of the Winter Woods, Lord Milori, abolish the border law, allowing warm fairies to cross the border once again. Fairy Mary is then seen having her wings frost for protection, preparing to cross over to join the unity celebration (though she was obviously reluctant to do so).
- In the Pixie Preview, How to Ice Skate, Fairy Mary is revealed to be a talented ice skater.
- According to Disneystrology book, her birthday would be on April 19th.
| Tinker Bell | Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure | Tinker Bell and The Great Fairy Rescue | Pixie Hollow Games | Secret of the Wings | Quest for the Queen | Kinect Disneyland Adventures | Just Dance: Disney Party | Tales of Pixie Hollow | Disney Fairies (Graphic Novels) | Disney Fairies Fly | Pixie Hollow (Fairies Online) | Never Girls
Characters: Tinker Bell | Silvermist | Iridessa | Fawn | Rosetta | Vidia | Periwinkle | Clank and Bobble | Terence | Queen Clarion | Fairy Mary | Fairy Gary | Lizzie Griffiths | Dr. Griffiths | Mr. Twitches | Lyria | Glimmer | Rumble | Chloe | Blaze | Cheese | Prilla | Beck | Fira | Spike | Gliss | Sled | Lord Milori | Dewey | Slush | Marina | Sweet Pea | Lyria
Attractions: Pixie Hollow, Disneyland