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Maria Hill
Maria Hill
Background information
Feature films The Avengers
Captain America: The Winter Soldier
Avengers: Age of Ultron
Short films
Television programs The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes
Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
Marvel Disk Wars: The Avengers
Avengers Assemble (silent cameo)
Video games Marvel: Avengers Alliance
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by Cobie Smulders
Voice Kari Wührer
Performance model
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names Agent Hill
Personality Loyal, obedient, helpful, reserved, wise, brave, strong (movie verse) headstrong, loyal, obedient, helpful, reserved, brave, strong, stubborn, inexperienced (Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
Appearance Slender, beautiful, short brown hair, blue eyes, fair skin, Mic in right ear, dark blue agent jumpsuit
Occupation Nick Fury's trusted agent
Second in charge
Member of the S.H.I.E.L.D.
Alignment Neutral, later good (Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
Good (Marvel Cinematic Universe)
Affiliations S.H.I.E.L.D. Industies
Home New York City
Allies Nick Fury, Phil Coulson, Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Hulk, Thor, Hawkeye, Falcon, Melinda May, Skye, Leo Fitz, Jemma Simmons, Grant Ward (formerly), Antoine Triplett
Minions Other agents
Enemies Loki Laufeyson, HYDRA, Alexander Pierce, Crossbones, John Garrett, Grant Ward
Likes S.H.I.E.L.D., fellow agents, justice, the Avengers
Dislikes Villains, evil, vigilantes (in Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes)
Powers and abilities

Maria Hill is a character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe who is seen in both Marvel's 2012 film The Avengers and the 2014 film Captain America: The Winter Soldier as well as in the television series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., and in the 2015 film Avengers: Age of Ultron. She is a S.H.I.E.L.D. agent who works closely with Nick Fury and Phil Coulson.


Powers and Abilities

She is a trained S.H.I.E.L.D. agent, experienced in espionage, hand-to-hand combat and the use of a variety of weapons.

Strength level

She possesses the normal strength for a woman of her complex, reinforced with continuous exercises.


Marvel Animated Universe

The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes

In "Iron Man is Born", Hill was present when Fury saw Iron Man fighting against HYDRA and the mandroids. When Iron Man entered into Helicarrier demanding explanations, Hill and others agents had to look at Stark, she and other agents throw their weapons at the request of Fury. Later, Hill helps Fury to prevent the escape of Baron Strucker.

In "Breakout, Part I", while Hill talking with Wasp, the Breakout begins, she tells her that they have to flee, instead Wasp decides to help Hank. Before escaping Graviton, Fury named interim director of S.H.I.E.L.D..

In "Hail, HYDRA", Hill reveals that after the disappearance of Nick Fury, she is the new director of S.H.I.E.L.D.. When Iron Man and Wasp were leaving to fight, she orders the agents attack the Avengers as she considered them as outlaws. After the Avengers took down AIM and HYDRA, she threatens them that she'll go to the president and congress to instate the superheroes register.

In "The Ultron Imperative", as Ultron hacked every computers and security systems in the world, Hill was one of the many people who received the "message of peace" of Ultron. When Ultron enters the Helicarrier, she tries to stop him but is easily surpassed in power. Ultron asks some codes but she refuses to give them. When she would not give the codes to him, Ultron scan her and gets the codes. She panics when Ultron launch the missiles but Tony calms her saying that the Avengers would help her. After Ant-Man stop Ultron, she blames Pym for everything that happened because Ultron was his creation.

In "Alone Against AIM", Maria hill have a meeting with Tony Stark in Stark Industries. she asks Stark that he and the Avengers work for SHIELD. She and Stark were attacked by the Technovore after the blackout caused by AIM. When Tony is attacked by the Technivore she saves him by shooting to the creature. After the incident, Stark thanked Hill for saving his life, but she still warning him about the Superhuman registration.

In "Nightmare in Red", Hill met with the generals Talbot and Ross. In the meeting Ross ordered Hill to deliver the Hulk's blood. Hill absolutely refused this request because Hulk is an Avenger. However, after Ross' insistence, Hill says she will think it. Later, she calls the Avengers after seeing a Red Hulk attack the Helicarrier. When the Red Hulk left the Helicarrier she unjustly ordered her soldiers to eliminate Hulk.

In "Secret Invasion", Maria Hill went to the place where Fury and Iron Man were taken as prisoners by Queen Veranke. Later, she saves the life of Tony, who had been exposed to an alien virus.

Marvel Cinematic Universe

The Avengers

Nick Fury and Maria Hill arrived at the main facility of the Project PEGASUS. Seeing the Tesseract's instability, Fury ordered her to protect two prototypes, suddenly the Tesseract creates a portal that transports Loki to Earth. After hypnotize Selvig and Barton, Loki escapes with the Tesseract despite the persecution of Maria Hill. Later, Hill informed Fury that the World Security Council had taken control of a S.H.I.E.L.D. plane, for the purpose of bombing of New York City and stop the alien invasion.

Captain America: The Winter Soldier

Fury calls her to report that a suspicious information about the Project Insight. Later, after the supposed death of Fury at the hands of the Winter Soldier, Maria carried away the Fury's body to prepare him for his funeral. After freeing Rogers, Wilson and Romanoff, she takes them with Nick Fury, who had facked his death. Fury and Hill reveals to Rogers the HYDRA's plan to impose a new world order. When Rogers and Wilson replace the chips, Hill is allowed to reprogram the Helicarrier's systems to destroy each other. After stopping the Project Insight, Hill went to a job interview at Stark Industries and thus doesn't go the prison.

Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Hill was responsible for interviewing and evaluating Agent Grant Ward after he recovered a Chitauri device. Having evaluated Ward, she assigns him to the newly formed Coulson's team. While Coulson and his team was in his first mission, Hill and Dr. Streiten discussed that Coulson must never know the truth about his survival.

Maria Hill contacted Phil Coulson after learning that he and his team had discovered the location of Loki's scepter. They discussed the recent events and mocked on inefficient methods of Robert Gonzales. Hill asked if the Theta Protocol was ready, Coulson said yes and it was time to call in the Avengers.

Avengers: Age of Ultron

Maria Hill received the Avengers after a successful battle against HYDRA. She explained to Captain Rogers what skills have the two people who attacked during the battle. As Rogers did not understand her explanation, Hill said that the boy was super fast and the girl, very weird. She attended at the party organized by the Avengers, in honor of the victory over HYDRA and for recovering Loki's scepter. Try to lift Mjolnir was the game that the Avengers made when the party ended, while all Avengers tried and failed, she did not even try. The group passed pleasantly until they were interrupted by the rogue robot, Ultron, who came to bring his message of peace. Eventually, Thor destroyed Ultron's first body but they knew he would return.

Nick Fury requested to Stark that Hill join her in planning support for the Avengers' battle against Ultron and his army. When a sentry broke into the Helicarrier, she and Fury combined efforts to destroy it and prevent an attack to the other agents. After Ultron's defeat, Hill is seen working at New Avengers Facility.


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Shoot To Thrill | Blue (Da Ba Dee) | Trouble Man | Hooked on a Feeling | Spirit In The Sky | Cherry Bomb | Come and Get Your Love | I Want You Back | Escape (The Piña Colada Song) | Ain't No Mountain High Enough | Go All The Way | Moonage Daydream | I'm Not In Love | Fooled Around and Fell in Love | O-o-h Child | Magic | Live To Rise | I've Got No Strings


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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. characters: Skye | Grant Ward | Leo Fitz | Jemma Simmons | Melinda May | John Garrett | Michael Peterson | Ace Peterson | Chan Ho Yin | Miles Lydon | Victoria Hand | Akela Amador | Raina | Elliot Randolph | Ian Quinn | Lorelei | Audrey Nathan | Agent Koenig | Antoine Triplett | Mockingbird | Absorbing Man | Isabelle Hartley | Lance Hunter | Daniel Whitehall | Calvin Zabo | Robert Gonzales | Alphonso Mackenzie | Gordon
Other characters: Nick Fury | Phil Coulson | Maria Hill | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Virginia Potts | Jane Foster | Erik Selvig | Maya Hansen | Harley Keener | Odin Borson | Heimdall | Volstagg | Hogun | Fandral | Sif | Harold Hogan | Peggy Carter | Sharon Carter | Senator Stern | Darcy Lewis | Frigga | Bor | Rhomann Dey | Yondu | Korath | Carina | Rael | Hope Van Dyne | Vice President Rodriguez | Howard the Duck | Garthan Saal | Cosmo the Spacedog | Nova Prime's Assistant | Edwin Jarvis


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S.H.I.E.L.D. Helicarrier | Quinjet | Valkyrie | Milano | The Bus | Dark Aster | Lola


The Avengers | Chitauri | Stark Industries | S.H.I.E.L.D. | A.I.M. | Asgardians | Dark Elves | Frost Giants | HYDRA | World Security Council | Guardians of the Galaxy | Nova Corps | Kree | Sakaarans | Rising Tide | Centipede Group | Cybertek | Xandarians | Strike | Ravagers | The Inhumans


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Ultimate Spider-Man: Why I Hate Gym | Ultimate Spider-Man: Flight of the Iron Spider! | Ultimate Spider-Man: Venom! | Ultimate Spider-Man: Doomed! | Ultimate Spider-Man: Great Responsibility | Ultimate Spider-Man: Great Power


Heroes: Spider-Man | Iron Man | Captain America | Hulk | Thor Odinson | Hawkeye | Black Widow | Falcon | A-Bomb | Red Hulk | She-Hulk | Skaar | Wolverine | Power Man | White Tiger | Iron Fist | Nova | Mr. Fantastic | Invisible Woman | Human Torch | The Thing | Star-Lord | Gamora | Rocket Raccoon | Drax the Destroyer | Groot | Henry Pym | Ant-Man (Scott Lang) | Wasp | Vision | Captain Marvel | Black Panther | Bucky Barnes | Quake | Doc Samson | Cloak and Dagger | Doctor Strange | Crystal Amaquelin | Squirrel Girl | Medusa Amaquelin | Black Bolt | Mockingbird | Adam Warlock | Beta Ray Bill | Ms. Marvel | Spider-Girl
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Other Characters: Mary Jane Watson | Nick Fury | Maria Hill | Jane Foster | J.A.R.V.I.S. | Deadpool | Harry Osborn | Howard the Duck | Odin Borson


The Avengers | Guardians of the Galaxy | S.H.I.E.L.D. | Nick Fury's Howling Commandos | HYDRA | A.I.M. | Stark Industries | Masters of Evil | Kree | Inhumans


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