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

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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 eye-bags, a double chin, and a big nose. He can be seen wearing a white collared shirt.

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Waitress

The 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.

In*"No Laughing Matter", she wears The Chortle Portal uniform in form of a crimson dress.

In "Snow Way Out", she can been seen as a costumer in her yellow coat, blue pants and yellow boots.

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Billy's father

Billy's father is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

Billy's father first appears in "Two Boys and a Baby", when Lincoln and Clyde return Billy to him, who they accidentally took instead of Lily. He returns Lily to the boys, who he had mistaken for Billy and takes his son back. He was frustrated when he realized he took the wrong baby.

In "Come Sale Away", Billy's father is seen at the Loud House garage sale.

He makes a cameo in "A Fair to Remember".

In "The Old and the Restless", he is seen in the crowd coming out of the baseball stadium.

In "Kick the Bucket List", he can be seen waiting in line at Dairyland.

In "Mall of Duty", he can be seen in the mall.

In "Snow Way Out", he can seen outside Burpin' Burger waiting for Bobbie Fletcher.

Appearance

He is a man in his mid age, and has a half bald head, with a small mustache, hair strand like Lynn Sr., light brown hair, and eyebags. He wears a dark blue t-shirt.

Trivia

  • In "A Fair to Remember", he's seen in a company of a woman and a child other than Billy. This means he has at least 2 children.

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Bratty Kid

The Bratty Kid is an unnamed minor character who first appeared in "Cereal Offender" as the secondary antagonist.

Appearance

He looks rather similar to Lincoln. He wears an orange t-shirt, navy blue jeans, gray socks, light blue sneakers and a white beanie. He has light blond hair, light fair skin and buck teeth. The only feature he doesn't have that Lincoln does are the freckles and the white hair, as well as a round head shape.

Personality

He likes getting what he wants, and is willing to do anything in his power to succeed, even if it means having to create a big mess and a lot of ruckus. After he took the last Zombie Bran away from Lincoln in the store, he mocked the latter for being too slow, calling him "Pineapple Boy", and makes a mess behind to slow him down before he buys Zombie Bran. After Lincoln exposed him, his mom grabbed him by the ear in anger and left the cereal her son wanted. He was devastated by this.

Trivia

  • His real name is unknown. He's referred to as "Bratty Kid" in the credits.
  • Because his mom was present on Maggie's birthday in the episode "Funny Business", that means one of the emo tweens is her child. This could mean Bratty Kid has a sibling.

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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.

Biker Girls

The biker girls are unnamed minor characters in The Loud House.

Biography

The biker girls are a group of three young girls seen in "Hand-Me-Downer". After Lincoln is rejected from Papa Wheelie's biker gang, the girls tell Lincoln that he could be their leader.

Appearance

The biker girls wear pink and purple outfits, with different icons in the same places on their helmets. They are all about the same height, and ride miniature bicycles, with baskets, and streamers.

The girl on the left has long, brunette hair, a purple helmet with a star on it, a pink dress with a sash on her waist, white slip-on shoes, and a pink bike.

The girl in the middle has a pink helmet with a cat, a blue bike with a pink bow in the basket, and a pink shirt with a purple heart on it. She wears a lavender and purple pants, and pink slip-on shoes.

The girl on the right has a lavender helmet with a white daisy. She has curly brown hair, a purple dress, black Mary Janes with white socks, and a pink bike.

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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.

In "A Grave Mistake" they were present at funeral of Ricky the Rooster.

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 carry blue pompoms.

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Cowgirl (Kid)

Cowgirl (Kid) is a minor character in The Loud House. She made her first appearance in the episode "A Tattler's Tale".

Appearance

She's a brown skinned girl, who has brown hair tied into a braid, wears a white hat with a pink band, white earring, pink shirt with white collar, jean skirt, pink stockings & white cowboy boots with spurs.

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Dine'n' Dance Waitress

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

Biography

She only appeared in "The Old and the Restless".

Appearance

She has red hair, styled into 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.

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Exterminator

The Exterminator is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House. He first appears in "Along Came a Sister" as an antagonist, where he is contacted by Lynn Sr. to exterminate Frank.

Biography

The Exterminator appears in "Along Came a Sister", having been contacted by Lynn Sr. to exterminate Frank. The Loud siblings and Clyde are able to outsmart him, but he corners Frank and sprays him, only for Leni to save the spider. She explains to the Exterminator that if he kills Frank, he will ruin Lincoln's reputation. The Exterminator says that she changed his life, though he made that up and left, leaving them with their bill for his service.

Appearance

The Exterminator is an overweight man with a large beard, and brown hair tied in a ponytail. He wears a dark blue suit with black gloves and boots. He carries a fumigator, which is attached to a spray gun. He also sports a pair of goggles on his forehead, and a white mask.

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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.

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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 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.

Karate Girl

The Karate Girl is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

She made her first appearance in "Back Out There", where she was shown doing karate, which, according to Clyde, has a similar personality to Ronnie Anne, because they both love karate. Later, Clyde wanted Lincoln to spend time with her, because it will remind him of Ronnie Anne. But when he entered the dojo, the girl thought he wanted to spar with her and attacked him without warning.

Appearance

She is a fit girl, with light tan skin, a blackish brunette ponytail as big as her head and three pairs of eyelashes. She wears golden pearl earrings and a white karate gi.

In "Pasture Bedtime", she wears a blue tank top and has a butterfly tattoo on her left wrist.

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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". However, 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". However, 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 Grand Venture State Park in order save it from bankruptcy, to the point of performing underhanded deeds, 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.
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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 shows no excitement regarding the action.

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The Manager

The Manager is an unnamed minor character on The Loud House who runs the Super Mart.

Biography

He first appeared in "Cereal Offender", as the main antagonist. When Lincoln and his sisters arrived at Super Mart to do some grocery shopping for Rita, Bobby vouched for them as the Manager warned them that if they will be out on their keisters if they do any monkey business. Lincoln worked to keep the groceries at a budget while planning to get the Zombie Bran and keep his sisters out of trouble. When it came to the Bratty Kid causing trouble while also after the Zombie Bran, Lincoln had to avoid the Manager. This led to a crash that caused the Manager to catch the Bratty Kid which results in his mom getting thrown out. With Lincoln having gotten the Zombie Bran and the groceries, his sisters wanted a treat of their own and struggled with Lincoln causing him to crash into the display that Bobby set up. The Manager had them removed from the store for wrecking the display and the girls' brief fight with Lincoln. Rita was not pleased with the outcome and states to Lincoln and the girls that she will have to go grocery shopping in the next town over for a while.

The Manager returns in "Intern for the Worse", as one of the people offering internships for school kids at his store.

Personality

The manager is very strict about order in his store and aggressively makes his customers know that he doesn't tolerate people causing trouble. In "Cereal Offender", he called Lincoln and his sisters "hooligans" before they even did anything wrong and despite they just got here, meaning that he sees all customers as potential troublemakers. He threatened them saying that he would kick them out if they misbehave.

He becomes furious when his store gets messy and has an ugly tendency to treat people he disrespects like trash.

Appearance

The manager is a tall and burly man, with dark skin, black short faux hawk hair, and a long mustache as well. He wears a cream long sleeved shirt, a white apron, a red bow tie with black spots, black pants, and brown shoes.

Trivia

  • He tends to call Bobby by Lori's nickname, "Booboo-Bear", instead of his real name.

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Unnamed Muddy Girl

The Unnamed Muddy Girl is a minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

She makes her first appearance in "Cover Girls" where she stands on top of a cliff. Then she is shown again with two other kids where Lana isn't allowed to play in the mud because she thought she was a girly girl.

She is also one of the friends that Lana invited over in "Friendzy".

Appearance

She has dark skin, with brown dreadlocks, three sets of eyelashes, and brown eyeshadow. She wears a lilac shirt, blue overalls just like Lana, and purple boots. Her skin and hair got lighter in "Friendzy".

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Jean Juan Host

The Jean Juan Host is a minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

She makes her first appearance in "Cooked!" where she is a host of Jean Juan French Mex.

Appearance

She has a light skin, dark brown hair and has a mole on her cheek. She wore a red chapeau, white shirt with yellow buttons, red and yellow poncho, blue skirt and brown boots.

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Unnamed Middle Schooler

The Unnamed Middle Schooler is an unnamed minor character, and one of Lynn's batch mates, who made his first appearance in "Middle Men".

Appearance

He has tan-dark skin with huge brown hair, a red t-shirt with a shirt underneath. He also wears blue pants.

Trivia

  • He has proven to be weaker than Lynn as he was beaten by her in an arm wrestling match in "Singled Out".

Tween #1

Tween #1 is an unnamed minor character, who made his first appearance in "Singled Out".

Appearance

He is a fair-skinned teenager with orange spikey hair, and a purple hoodie. He also has freckles on both his cheeks.

Stella's Mom

Stella's mom is a minor character in The Loud House, and the mother of Stella. She made her first appearance in the episode "Stall Monitor".

Biography

She and her family moved to Royal Woods and sent her daughter to Royal Woods Elementary School.

In "Stall Monitor", she came to the parent-teacher meeting, but when her husband got kicked by an angry goat, she grabbed Stella and they immediately took him to the urgent care center.

Personality

According to Stella, she's very sensitive about healthy food and keeps ensuring Stella doesn't eat unhealthy food.

Appearance

She's a tall and slim woman with tanned skin, long black hair, two pairs of eyelashes, pink lipstick and eyebags. She wears black round glasses, golden round earings, light blue sweater, aqua blue jacket, black pants, red and white sneakers, and carries a dark red bag on her arm.

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Coffee Store Manager

Coffee Store Manager is a minor character in The Loud House. She made her first appearance in the episode "The Write Stuff".

Biography

She is the manager and hostest off the Burnt Bean, which is a small, hipster coffee house in the "cool part" of the town of Fern Valley, where customers can not only enjoy coffee and other fresh-brewed beverages, but can also participate in poetry readings.

Personality

She is laid back, and pretty mellow.

Appearance

She's a relative short, light-skinned woman, who has blonde hair with teal highlights that she wears in a pulled-back style, small hooped earrings, a gray t-shirt, dark jeans, and purple shoes.

Trivia

Her design is actually a caricature of the show's former post-production supervisor, Amy Reynolds, with one major difference being Amy's caricature having purple and blue highlights in her hair, instead of teal.

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Mall Cop Captain

The Mall Cop Captain is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

He is the captain of the mall security guards and Bobby's boss.

His first appearance is in "For Bros About to Rock". He keeps Lincoln and Clyde in custody in the mall jail after they were arrested by an undercover cop for buying scalp tickets for the SMOOCH concert. When Luna appears disguised as her mom to free the boys, the captain believes that she really is Lincoln's mother until Bobby gives her away which makes the captain arrest Luna.

After hearing Luna's flashback about her first concert, the captain is touched and he decides to let the three of them out. He also gives Lincoln and Clyde back their tickets and gives Luna a spare ticket for the concert but when the kids leave, the incarcerated Scoots flees. The captain pursues her and calls Bobby to help him to capture her but they can't as the captain gets preoccupied with Bobby's popcorn shrimp.

In "Cover Girls", he doesn't allow Leni enter the Mall because she wore dirty clothes.

In "11 Louds a Leapin'", he can be seen at the mall when Bobby is shopping for a Christmas gift for Lori.

In "Legends", he can be seen at the airport.

Appearance

The captain is a round heavy man, with black hair, and a dark gray mustache. He wears a mall security guard uniform that consists of a navy blue police cap, white short sleeved shirt, black tie, navy blue pants with a black belt, and dark gray shoes. He also has a two-way radio to communicate with other guards.

Trivia

  • Dub facts:
    • His Polish voice actor also voices Kirby.
    • His Latin American voice actor also voices Hector.

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Police Officer

The Police Officer is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

The police officer first appears in "Driving Miss Hazy". After Leni went to the DMV to obtain her driving license, he brings her back to home because she refused to obey the speed limit, failed to use her turn signals, and redirected the test vehicle toward the mall, where she proceeded to hip-check and tackle Mrs. Jelinsky. He appears again in the same episode, accompanying Leni to the DMV's exit because she again failed her test, this time for driving on the wrong side of the road, neglecting to check her mirrors, and commenting on the driving instructor's weight, all because of Lori's secret sabotage.

The police officer makes a cameo in "Out on a Limo" controlling traffic, and when Lincoln and Tetherby's limousines are coming, he gives them free way.

In "Net Gains", the police officer busts Flip for ripping out the Royal Woods sign and gives him a ticket.

In "Friendzy", the police officer responds to a noise complaint and breaks up the fight between Lincoln, his sisters, and their friends. When he asks an approaching Lynn Sr. and Rita if they are the parents of the Loud children, they nod at him. The police officer gives them a $200 ticket for noise violation. As he leaves, the police officer tells them to try to control their kids as their house is in a nice neighborhood.

In "Any Given Sundae", a tan-skinned version of the police officer pulls Rita over when a route to Aunt Pam's Parlor because she has an expired registration. Not wanting to be late since the ice cream parlor is closing at 5:00 p.m. to give the scoopers a rest, Lily throws a block at the motorcycle's kickstand sending it down the hill. The police officer chases after it as Rita states that she'll take it as being let off with a warning.

Appearance

The police officer is a tall burly man, with light fair skin, brown hair, and a brown mustache. He wears a police uniform that consists of a blue police cap, a blue short sleeved shirt, golden police badge, blue pants with a black belt, and black shoes. On his belt he has a pair of handcuffs. He also wears black aviators, as seen in "Driving Miss Hazy" and "Friendzy".

Trivia

  • His Polish voice actor Mikołaj Klimek also voices Flip.

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Driving Miss Hazy

Net Gains

Friendzy

Stage Manager

The Stage Manager is an unnamed minor character in The Loud House.

Biography

She is the one who manages the set on ARGGH!, and makes sure that everyone is ready with what they are supposed to do.

Personality

She is a very strict and rude boss. She tends to yell at her workers when they don't work, and doesn't tolerate failure.

Appearance

She is a slim, adult blonde haired woman with a pony tail, two pairs of eyelashes, and red lipstick. She wears a black cap and a black jumper. Her hair changes to orange in "Fool Me Twice".

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