Role in the film
The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is initially a dark shadow on a wall, but when he comes out of the walls, he looks like The Grim Reaper. Scrooge states to the ghost that he "fears him more than any specter he has seen". Unlike the other two ghosts, this one doesn't speak. The Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come is also the most phantom-like of the ghosts.
Occasionally, the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come rides a Phantom Hearse and chases Scrooge throughout London on it. One chase sequence sees Scrooge shrunk to the size of a rat after the ghost cracks his whip, creating a shockwave in doing so.
Appearances in Disney media
The Muppet Christmas Carol
The Ghost is the final spirit and shows Scrooge a vision of his unmourned death in the near future, as well as the death of Tiny Tim. In this movie, the Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come is a large, faceless wraith.
A version of the Ghost of Christmas Future appears in the 2017 reboot of DuckTales in the episode "Last Christmas!". He is mostly silent with just a few occasional grunts and resembles a carcass more than a skeleton.
He, along with the Ghosts of Christmas Past and Future visit Scrooge McDuck every year just to hang out after accidentally visiting him instead of Ebenezer Scrooge. The group takes Scrooge to his first Christmas party held at McDuck Manor where Future ends up dancing with Bentina Beakley who seems to legitimately like him.
He later attends Scrooge McDuck's Christmas party back in the present where Beakley remembers her time dancing with him, causing him to blush.
- Rutger Hauer was to play the Ghost of Christmas Yet To Come in the Fox/Disney miniseries A Christmas Carol. but due to health reasons was replaced by Jayson Flemyng Hauer died in 2019.
- Pete - Portrayed the role in Mickey's Christmas Carol.
- Spot Chicken - Portrayed the role in the 101 Dalmatians: The Series episode "A Christmas Cruella"
- Narrator - Portrayed the role in Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo.