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"Now that's the Professor. She's got them eyes, can see a speck of dirt in a cow's ass out a hundred yards."
―Horton Boone to B.J. about the Professor.[src]

Mary Sue 'Professor' Ellington is a sniper of the New Orleans Resistance Cell, led by Horton Boone. She is first seen in the American Bank building, where William J. Blazkowicz is introduced to her and Paris Jack, who learn that he is "Terror Billy". Stating it's clear, she kills a Nazi soldier with her Sturmgewehr, before a battle begins as Horton decides to help B.J. and the Kreisau Circle after their drunken argument.

Horton states that she can "see a speck of dirt on a cow's ass off a hundred yards", showing her skill as a sniper. In addition, she appears to know of Blazkowicz's apparent death by the hands of Irene Engel, asking him wasn't he killed by that "Nazi bitch".

She is slapped by Sigrun Engel after she finds out she and Bombate kissed at B.J.'s 50th birthday party. In turn, she slaps Bombate after finding out about his previous relationship with Sigrun. The day afterward, she will tell B.J. to ask Paris Jack on Fergus's arm/Wyatt's whereabouts and talk with Max Hass on bad metaphors in the book she is reading. She can be later seen admiring Max's painting of his former guardian Klaus Kreutz.


"Streets are quiet Horton. Nobody's ... wait. {kills a Nazi soldier} Yes, streets are quiet."
―Professor to Horton Boone.[src]
"Didn't that Nazi bitch kill you?"
―Professor to B.J. Blazkowicz.[src]
"I know who he is. Oh dammit, here they come. Paris, I'm feeling a little jittery, you mind taking the edge off?"
―Professor to Paris Jack.[src]



  • The Professor is the main character in the present day in the Titan Comics Wolfenstein: The Deep comic miniseries.
  • The Professor's voice actress, Stephanie Vickers, is known for her role as Major Greenland in Battlefield 4.
  • She dislikes bad metaphors in literature.
  • She studied art history in the university, possibly the reason she is called "Professor". Her father is also an art dealer.
  • A Mary Sue is a type of fictional character, usually a young woman, who is portrayed as unrealistically free of weaknesses. Originating in fan fiction, a Mary Sue is often an author's idealized self-insertion. Mary Sue stories are often written by adolescent authors.