Rango is the titular protagonist of the film Rango and Rango 2. He is a Chameleon who was once a pet but gets lost and must survive in the desert. Most of the film revolves around Rango discovering what his real purpose in life is.
Rango, is a young lizard of 17 years of age, While the conflict of the movie is the water shortage in Dirt, it is Rango who provides the narrative, plot, and character for the film. Presumably spending his entire life in a cage without anyone to interact with, Rango is an eccentric, imaginative, thespian character that talks to inanimate objects rather then living things. It is unknown whether or not Rango has a name before his life in Dirt. He made a rumour that he killed the Jenkins Brothers
Rango is the Grandson of Alberto Vazquez, Once he gets lost in the desert Rango uses his acting ability to socialize with the creatures of Dirt by saying that he is an adventurous drifter. When responsibility dawns on him and his lie revealed Rango realizes that his part he chooses to play, is his identity, which was in his heart all along, he then ends up saving Dirt and earning the name of a hero, Rango is crying because a tornado destroyed the ranch.
The Spirit of the West said "No man can walk out of his own story." Rango becomes Rango when he becomes 'nothing' and '....does it for them.'
- According to Donald Schultz on the "Real Creatures of Dirt" featurette from the Rango DVD, Rango could possibly be a flap-necked chameleon.
Full Name: Rango Vazquez Gutierrez.
Origin: Durango, Durango, Mexico.
Birthday: September 16, 1993.
Actual Place: Rancho El Bandido, Nogales, Sonora, Mexico.
Civil Status: Married to Beans.
Age: 20 Years.
Alias: The Truck, Seguaro.
Height: 1.64 Meters (which is impossible, because he is chameleon)
Weight: 50 Kilos (which is also impossible, because he is chameleon)
Father: Juan Vazquez.
Mother: Mariana Gutierrez.
Sister: Ana Carolina Vazquez.
Wife: Beans Sanchez.
Female Dog: Vanellope Vazquez. (Chihuahua)