Hamish Ascot is a minor antagonist in the 2010 film Alice in Wonderland and the true main antagonist in its sequel Alice Through the Looking Glass. He is a snobbish brat who intends to marry Alice, and claim he is the owner of her house.
He is portrayed by Leo Bill.
Alice in Wonderland
In 1868, an engagement party for Hamish and Alice Kingsleigh was set in the Ascot family property. Alice is unaware of the plot to get her married to Hamish. After arriving in the party late, she and Hamish dance quadrille, but the dance is a failure, with Hamish constantly reprimanding Alice for her personality. Eventually, after receiving orders from his mother, he says to Alice to meet him under the gazebo in "precisely ten minutes". Alice fails to do it, forcing Hamish to search for her. Under the gazebo, Hamish finally proposes to Alice, but she freaks out and runs away from everyone before giving an answer. Hamish is indignant with Alice attitude, but she returns only to say that she cannot marry him, leaving him even more humiliated.
Alice in Wonderland: Through The Looking Glass
He later returns revealing Alice that he is the new Lord Ascot, ever since his father passed away. As a result, he has become the new ruler of the land. As the new ruler, he then took Alice's father's business by using her mother to sign a contract over all of Alice's stuff, so he can take her house as intended eversince the first film. After revealing his scheme to Alice, he got Alice humiliated again, thus Alice ran back to the other world to fight Time. However, when Alice came back, she revealed him that Time isn't money, or an enemy, and that she may not go back to the past, but only learn from it. Alice told her mother to sign the papers, just so she will realize how wicked Hamish really is. Hamish then called her "everyone's clock", revealing his manipulative scheme on her, and causing Alice and her mother to refuse his contracts. Alice's mother then tore all of his contracts, thus humiliating him in front of everyone, and causing his wife and servants to walk away.
- He was seen in the trailer for the first movie but he was never seen in the trailer for Through the Looking Glass.
- it is unknown of what happened to him after his wife and servants left him.
- It was revealed that Hamish was the true villain of the second film while the Red Queen and Time were supporting characters in the end.