The Ogre is one of the ghosts haunting the Haunted Mansion.
Nothing is known about the ogre's mortal life but his portrait depicts him as a large, stern man with a long white beard, short unruly white hair, and a red/orange coat worn over a shite shirt.
Much like the other Sinister 11 portraits the Ogre's portrait features the "staring-eyes" effect which was accomplished by painting pupils on ping-pong balls cut in half. The eyes were cut out and the balls were set behind the portrait and lit, giving guests the impression that they are moving. Originally he was going to be a changing portrait where his eyes would expand and combine taking up his entire head as one all seeing eye.
- Originally the ogre was going to be the historic Russian mystic, Grigori Rasputin. When the artist behind the portrait, Marc Davis showed the concept art to Walt Disney he told him to change the likeness as Grigori still had living descendants and Walt didn't want them to sue the company for using his likeness.
- Much like the Witch of Walpurgis, Count Dracula and the Arsonist originally his portrait was going to be a changing portrait.