Steve Rogers
Steve Rogers 2
Name: Steven Grant Rogers
Status: Alive
Age: 100
Date of birth: July 4, 1918
Birthplace: Brooklyn, New York,
United States of America,
Species: Human
Nationality: Flag of the United States American
Residence(s): - 1942:
Brookyln, New York,
United States of America
- present:
Washington, D.C.,
United States of America
Education: 1932 - 1936:
George Washington High School,
Brooklyn, New York,
United States of America
1937 - 1938:
Auburndale Art School,
Brooklyn, New York,
United States of America
Alias(es): Captain America
Affiliation: USA
The Avengers
Profession: 1939 - 1943:
Newspaper Boy
Father: Joseph Rogers (d. 1918)
Mother: Sarah Rogers (d. 1936)
Marital status: Single
Significant other(s): Peggy Carter (ex-lover)
Played by: Chris Evans
First film: Captain America: The First Avenger
Last film: Avengers: Age of Ultron
Appears in: 4 films
Steve Rogers in costume

Captain Steven Grant Rogers (born July 4, 1918) is a former officer of the United States Army, who now serves S.H.I.E.L.D. as part of The Avengers. During his tenure with the Army, he was used as a propaganda figure and quickly adopted the name Captain America.

During World War II, Rogers fought for the Army and encountered many foes that he would defeat, including Johann Schmidt, known as the Red Skull. Although Rogers defeated Red Skull, he was forced to crash the plane where they last fought to prevent the death of innocent civilians.

After the crash, Rogers was frozen for almost 70 years, until he awoke in 2011, where he was greeted by Nick Fury. Fury helped Rogers adapt to the 21st century, providing him with an apartment and a job.

In 2012, Loki attack a S.H.I.E.L.D. base and stole the Tesseract. Fury soon came to Rogers, informing him of the situation and asking him to help recover it from Loki. Rogers soon agreed to help the cause.

Rogers helped S.H.I.E.L.D. and became a founding member and leader of the Avengers, directing them to save New York City and defeating Loki, who returned to his home planet of Asgard with his adopted brother, Thor. The team went their separate ways, until they were further needed.

Rogers would later face the return of his friend, Bucky, having survived his fall.


Early lifeEdit

Steven Rogers was born on July 4, 1918 in Brooklyn, New York in the United States of America to Joseph and Sarah Rogers. Joseph died on May 8, 1918, before Steve was born.

From 1932 to 1936, Rogers attended George Washington High School in the town of his birth and attended Auburndale Art School from 1937 to 1937, also in Brooklyn. His mother Sarah died on October 15, 1936.

United States Army serviceEdit

Recruitment attemptsEdit

Steve Rogers at recruitment center

Rogers attempting to enlist in the United States Army.

Super Soldier programEdit


After promising to meet her for a date, Rogers' radio feed came to a sudden halt, as the Captain had crashed into the ice below. The plane and Rogers became frozen and despite many attempts to find him, with Howard Stark joining the search and finding the Tesseract, Rogers wouldn't be discovered for almost 70 years.


Steve Rogers discovered

Rogers' shield is discovered.

In 2011, after searching in the Arctic, scientists discovered a frozen Rogers and his shield. They soon recovered and examined him, becoming surprised that he was still alive despite his frozen state.

Rogers awakened in a room that appeared to be in the 1940s, but Rogers quickly noticed the baseball game on the radio, stating that he was at the game and that he knew something was wrong. He confronted a woman in the room, who quickly called for two guards.

Rogers quickly dispatched the guards and escaped the facility, eventually arriving on the streets of New York, in Times Square. He was soon greeted by Nick Fury, who informed him that he had been asleep for almost 70 years. Rogers quickly remembered Peggy and his promised date, showing sorrow for missing it.

The Avengers initiativeEdit

Loki's arrivalEdit

Capturing LokiEdit

Loki's defeatEdit

Bucky's returnEdit

Ultron's riseEdit

Behind the ScenesEdit

Steve Rogers was portrayed by Chris Evans in four films of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.