Millard Fillmore is the now-deceased 13th President of the United States, featured as a character in the animated series American Dragon: Jake Long. His name was given to Jake's school in his honor. He only ever appears as a wooden statue in the season 2 episode "The Rotwood Files".
Whenever Millard Fillmore is portrayed, he is seen wearing an elegant costume of the 19th century. It is composed of a vest worn over a shirt and a pair of trousers. A bow tie compliments the outfit. Millard Fillmore also has short and slightly puffy hair.
The Fillmore Fest is a special event that occurs once a year during the fall season at Millard Fillmore Middle School. It is a celebration in honor of the founder of the school meant to show to parents all that is good about the institution and current principal.
When Professor Rotwood's turn came to prepare the celebration, he had a mahogany statue of Millard Fillmore carved by the school's woodshop. He also invites one of Millard's great descendants to come sing a song to the crowd. Unfortunately for Rotwood, the event turns for the worst when he is pranked into calling his students monkeys, which results in Millard Fillmore's statue's decapitation and accidental desecration by Rotwood
- Many other places in New York City as well as in other states are named after this President;
- Millard Fillmore has a six-year old great, great, great, great, great granddaughter named Millie;
- Upon seeing Fillmore's statue being decapitated, the girl who made it starts crying and claims he was extremely hard to carve;
- Because of his accidental desecration of Millard Fillmore, Professor Rotwood is fired from the school.