The Loud House Encyclopedia
The Loud House Encyclopedia

Carl! Did you use all my hair product again?!

—"The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos"

Carlota Casagrande is a recurring character in The Loud House and a main character in The Casagrandes, who first appeared in "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos".


Carlota is the oldest, and only daughter, of the four Casagrande kids, similar to how Lincoln is the only boy of the eleven Loud siblings (although Lincoln is the middle child and Carlota is the eldest).


Carlota is a kind and friendly fashionista girl who cares about fashion, her appearance and her social standing (the latter shown in "Operation Popstar"); in addition, she is into makeovers - for example, in "The Loudest Mission: Relative Chaos", she insists on giving Ronnie Anne a makeover, much to her prima's disdain (she does give Ronnie Anne a makeover in "Operation Dad"). She appears to be a kind person, showing sisterly love towards Ronnie Anne, and is generally friendly around anyone, like her family and Lincoln, but gets agitated when her brother Carl gets into her cosmetics.

She was also shown to be a charitable person, as she apparently donates clothes she no longer wears. She seems to be good with kids, as she was seen having a good time walking with Carlitos, her youngest brother, and showed eagerness to babysit Adelaide.


Carlota is a plus-sized Latin American teenage girl with two pairs of eyelashes, and long black hair, with some strands styled into a ponytail. She wears golden circular earrings, magenta lipstick, a light seafoam (cyan outside of promotional art) dress with a white collar, two orange bracelets on each wrist, pink socks, and brown boots.


  • Alexa PenaVega, who voices Carlota, is the real-life wife of Carlos PenaVega, who voices Carlota's cousin Bobby.
  • "Operation Dad" reveals that she knows a girl who dropped out of school and started wearing a leather jacket after starting to "hang out with the wrong crowd".
  • "Snack Pact" reveals that she is afraid of bees.
  • "Going Overboard" reveals that when she was born, Frida forbade Carlos from skateboarding.
  • "The Kid Plays in the Picture" reveals that she sometimes gets sent free things for her vlog.
  • "The Spies Who Loved Me" reveals that Carlos once sewed a tracking chip into her coat.
  • "15 Candles" reveals that Frida spent two years planning her quinceañera, and the cake made for the celebration came out very dry.




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