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Unnamed Brunette Haired Woman

The Unnamed Brunette Haired Woman is a minor character in The Loud House. She made her first appearance in "Raw Deal".

Appearance

She is a tall adult woman with fair skin, two pairs of eyelashes, brunette, curly hair, a pair of white sunglasses, black earrings, a small jacket with an light yellow dress, and long, black boots.

Announcer

The Announcer is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House, who makes his first appearance in "No Such Luck". He is a sports commentator.

Biography

The Announcer is first seen in "No Such Luck" commentating on Lynn's softball games with Pep.

In "Net Gains", the Announcer and Pep commentate on the basketball championships.

Appearance

He is an overweight man who has ginger hair and a long mustache of the same color. He also has eyebags, a double chin, and a big nose. He can be seen wearing a white collared shirt.

Gus' Games and Grub waitress

The Gus' Games and Grub waitress is a minor character. She has her first speaking role in "Back Out There", when she announces the menu.

Appearance

She has short brown hair, red lipstick, and wears dangling white earrings. In "The Old and the Restless", she wears a salmon pink dress with a white apron, and white lace.

In "Back Out There", she wears a Gus' Games and Grub uniform. The uniform has multiple colors on it. The colors consist of green, golden yellow, white, and red. She has red shorts and pulled up red sleeves.

Appearances

Burly Man

The Burly Man is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

He appears with the audience to see ARGGH!.

Appearance

He is a tall and burly man. He is bald and has a double chin. He wears a plain white T-shirt, blue jeans, and white sneakers.

Personality

He is an aggressive guy who doesn't like people messing with him.

The Mailman

The Mailman is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

The Mailman first appears in "11 Louds a Leapin'", where he delivers a present to Lori. While walking away, he ends up getting trapped in Lana's reindeer cage.

Appearance

He is a short man with fair skin, a large black uni-brow, and a bushy brown mustache. He wears a blue mailman uniform, and carries a brown bag.

Trivia

  • So far, he has only appeared in "11 Louds a Leapin'".
  • Along with the Delivery man in "Undie Pressure", that makes two delivery worker type characters who were voiced by Brian Stepanek.

Cheerleaders

The Cheerleaders are unnamed minor characters in The Loud House.

Biography

The cheerleaders are first shown fawning over a male athlete in "Hand-Me-Downer", but they later become interested in Lincoln, after he shows off Lynn's BMX bike. However, they leave him for the athlete once again, after Lincoln appears on Lori's hand-me-down bike.

They also made a cameo in "Cereal Offender", as they were watching Luan's egg juggling.

Appearance

There are four cheerleaders, with the tallest having blonde hair, the shortest one has brunette hair, and two cheerleaders of the same height have black and red hair. Each of the cheerleaders wear a white and blue cheerleader outfit, and they carry blue pompoms.

Trivia

Dine'n' Dance Waitress

The Dine'n' Dance waitress is a minor character. She first appears in "The Old and the Restless".

Appearance

She has red hair, a ponytail, blue make-up, freckles, and wears dangling white earrings. She also wears a salmon pink dress with a white apron, and white lace. She only appeared in "The Old and the Restless".

Twin Sisters

The Twin Sisters from "Raw Deal" are unnamed minor characters in The Loud House.

Biography

They disliked Lynn when she was cutting in line, and told her "Back of the line, sister."

Appearance

Both girls have blonde hair, lavender sweaters, purple skirts with square patterns on them, purple shoes, and white socks worn high. The one on the left is wearing a bunny logo sweater with her hair more open, so one can see her forehead. The other one on the right is wearing a kitten/cat logo sweater, with her hair more closed, which makes it hard to see her forehead.

Trivia

  • Like Lana and Lola, they are both blonde, and they are both twins.
  • They resemble Sherri and Terri Mackleberry from The Simpsons.

Mr. Universe

Mr. Universe is a minor character in The Loud House who first appeared in "Raw Deal".

Appearance

Mr. Universe has blond hair, styled into a faux hawk, and he wears a red bow tie around his neck, a dark purple vest with the sleeves torn off, black pants, and brown shoes. He also has a white sash with his name on it.

Trivia

  • So far, he has only appeared in "Raw Deal".

DJ

The DJ is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

He first appeared in "Dance, Dance Resolution", as the DJ for the Sadie Hawkins Dance at the school.

Appearance

He is a slim, tan-skinned man that has brown hair, an early beard, and he also has a small mole on his lower jaw. He wears a yellow jumper, a dark green beanie, a red bracelet, and red headphones.

Trivia

  • His Polish voice actor also voices Bobby.

News Man Tucker

News Man Tucker is a minor character in The Loud House. He is the local news man of Royal Woods.

Background

Not much is known about him, aside from the fact that he's the local news man.

Appearance

Tucker has gray hair with two strings of hair sticking up, and wears a navy blue suit, with a white shirt, and a red necktie. He has fair skin, black eyebrows, and his cheeks droop down.

Trivia

  • His name is revealed to be Tucker, when Katherine calls him that, right before she interviews Lisa in "Butterfly Effect".

First Lady

The First Lady is a minor character in The Loud House. She first appeared in "Not a Loud". Her face wasn't shown.

Biography

She and the President were the ones who helped Rita deliver Lincoln, since her husband, the President, passed out when he attempted to deliver.

Appearance

The First Lady wears a pink turtleneck dress, a white beaded necklace, and long white gloves.

President

The President is a minor character in The Loud House. He first appeared in "Not a Loud". His face wasn't shown.

Biography

Not much known about him, but when Rita was expecting Lincoln, Lynn Sr. drove her to the hospital, but Vanzilla broke down before they even got there. Then they got into the president's limo. The president tried to get Lincoln out, but he passed out, so the First Lady got him out. The reason Lincoln's parents never told him was that the president was going to his top secret safe house in Royal Woods, and they had to sign an agreement to never discuss it.

Appearance

The President wears a blue tuxedo, a red tie, blue pants, and an American flag pin.

Park Ranger

The Park Ranger is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House. He first appeared in "Raw Deal", as the sole main antagonist.

Personality

The Park Ranger is shown to be willing to do anything for the park in order save it from bankruptcy, even stooping to extremely low levels, such as tricking Lisa into thinking she made a scientific discovery. He is a good actor, as he is able to flawlessly act like Lisa made a scientific discovery.

Appearance

He is a fair skinned man, with black hair, and his sideburns reach all the way to the back of his ear. His clothes are a shade of asparagus green, and his hat is a shade of dark green. He wears a black tie, and a golden ranger badge on his right arm. His nose protrudes more than most other characters, and has three dark lines at the end, but this may just be shadowing.

Trivia

  • He bares a resemblance to Ranger Smith, from the Hanna-Barbera "Yogi Bear" cartoons.
  • The Park Ranger references Smokey Bear's famous line "only you can prevent wildfires" when he talks about preventing fires.
  • Dub facts:

Pep

Pep is a minor character in The Loud House who appears in "No Such Luck".

Biography

He is one of the two commentators at the Royal Woods Baseball Stadium, but he's quite unenthusiastic, and seems very indifferent about what happens.

In "Net Gains", Pep and the Announcer commentate the basketball championships.

Appearance

He has black hair, a pink nose, white shirt, brown pants, white shoes, and always seems to have either a bored or dejected expression.

Trivia

  • Ironically, the term "pep" means having a lot of energy and being excited, but the character with such name has a very negative personality and doesn't get very excited in the action.


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