List of Rugrats characters
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Rugrats includes a large array of characters: family, friends, extended relatives, townspeople, and fictional characters. This is a list of characters from the Nickelodeon animated television series, its different movies, and the 2021 reboot.
Thomas Malcolm Pickles (voiced by E. G. Daily, Tami Holbrook in the unaired pilot) is the older son of Stu and Didi Pickles and serves as the series' protagonist. Many episodes take place in the Pickles family home and are centered around him and his family. In the series' premiere episode, " Tommy's First Birthday", he is a year old and presumably, he remains that age throughout the entirety of the show's run, despite hitting developmental milestones; he is the youngest of the babies until the birth of his brother, Dylan, in The Rugrats Movie (1998). Tommy is white, bald, and toothless (with the exception of " Weaning Tommy", in which he begins teething) and is most commonly seen wearing a light blue t-shirt and diaper with no shoes, unlike the other babies, who are typically fully dressed. As he is an infant, Tommy is often seen crawling but he is able to walk, albeit somewhat unsteadily and pigeon toed, and uses his diaper as a pocket, keeping his screwdriver in there among other things. Tommy is a brave child, with a strong sense of justice, always eager for an adventure and unafraid to stand up for what is right. His best friends are Chuckie and his dog Spike.
Charles Crandall Norbert Finster, Jr. (voiced by Christine Cavanaugh from 1991–2002, Nancy Cartwright from 2002–present), more commonly referred to as Chuckie, is the son of Charles "Chas" Finster, a bureaucrat, and his late spouse, Melinda Finster, and is Tommy's best friend. Unlike Tommy, Chuckie is clumsy and timid; he rarely expresses any desire to go on one of the babies' adventures, instead listing all the reasons they should not go on one, and, whenever Angelica tries to bully them, he unquestionably accepts her treatment and gives into her demands, if she has any. Chuckie is two years old, making him the eldest of the babies, and so, he is the first of them to be toilet trained. He is white with curly red hair, purple-framed glasses, buckteeth, and freckles and wears a red and blue shirt with a picture of Saturn on it, lime green and yellow shorts, yellow socks, and red sneakers with untied laces. In Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, Chuckie gains a step-mother, Kira Watanabe—who later adopts him—and a step-sister, Kimi.
Phil and Lil
Phillip Richard William DeVille and Lillian Marie Jill DeVille (both voiced by Kath Soucie) are the children of Howard and Betty DeVille. They live next door to Tommy and are fraternal twins, with Lil older than Phil by two minutes. Lil and Phil share many similarities, including a love of dirt, eating bugs, and playing with earthworms, and argue with one another frequently, calling each other by their full name whenever they do so. The two are white with brown hair and wear matching outfits of teal jumpers with yellow ducks on them and pink striped undershirts, though Phil's outfit has blue shorts, while Lil's is a dress and teal sneakers. Looking so much alike, they are often mistaken for one another by adults; the only notable facial difference between the two is that Phil's earlobes are attached while Lil's are not.
Angelica Charlotte Pickles (voiced by Cheryl Chase) is the daughter of Drew and Charlotte Pickles, Stu and Didi's niece, and Tommy's cousin. Angelica serves as the series' antagonist, regularly threatening the babies physically or verbally and lying to them for her own amusement, with her actions sometimes crossing the line into cruelty. In her own home, Angelica reigns supreme as an only child, with her workaholic parents showering her with toys and admiration for simply existing, likely to make up for the fact that they are largely absent from her day-to-day life, and unsurprisingly, she is materialistic, devious, and self-centered. Without any parental guidance or boundaries, Angelica has largely been left to determine for herself what is right and wrong, with her idea of "right" normally being what she wants. Though she torments the babies, Angelica, on several occasions, stands up for them against others and expresses a genuine desire to be friends with them. Angelica is white with blonde hair, which is styled with purple bows into pigtails, and wears a purple dress with a red long-sleeved shirt, blue tights, red socks, and purple sneakers. Because of her age, Angelica is able to communicate with both babies and adults.
Susanna Yvonne Carmichael (voiced by Cree Summer, understudied by E. G. Daily in "The Last Babysitter" and "Angelica's Birthday") is the younger daughter of Randy and Dr. Lucy Carmichael, and Tommy's neighbor. Her family purchases a home on Tommy's street in "Meet the Carmichaels" and their mothers become close friends. Susie gets along well with the babies, despite the age difference, and considers them to be her friends; like them, she does not often get along with Angelica, though she makes a conscious effort to be nice to her. Like her mother, Susie excels in many aspects of her life and has a kind and warm demeanor, her only real character flaw being her competitiveness. She is black with black afro-textured hair, which is styled into three braids and decorated with red hair ties and clips, and wears a yellow and purple dress with white lace socks and red slippers.
Kimiko Watanabe-Finster (voiced by Dionne Quan, Charlet Chung from 2021-present) is the child of Hiro Watanabe and Kira Watanabe-Finster and Chuckie's step-sister. Her mother marries Chuckie's father Chas in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie and he later adopts her, assuming the role of her father for all intents and purposes. Kimi is bold and fun-loving, meaning she gets along well with the other babies, especially Tommy, and protective of her older brother while, at the same time, encouraging him to stand up for himself. She is Japanese and has black hair, which is styled into three ponytails held together by red hair ties, with bangs and wears a yellow dress with a purple cat face on it, a pink t-shirt, and purple cowgirl boots.
Dylan Prescott Pickles (voiced by Tara Strong) is the younger son of Stu and Didi Pickles, a schoolteacher, and Tommy's younger brother. He is a newborn for much of the series, meaning he rarely partakes in adventures alongside the other babies, and is often seen drooling, crying, or babbling. Because of his young age, Dil cannot understand the babies and the babies cannot understand him.
Spike (voiced by Michael Bell in a dream sequence in the episode "In the Dreamtime", Bruce Willis in Rugrats Go Wild) is the Pickles' family dog. Though he appears in almost every episode of the series, he is not usually featured as a main part of episodes. Tommy claims him to be his best "animal" friend. The character is considered a main character in the series, appearing in almost three-quarters of all of the episodes, though he usually does not come along when the Rugrats venture to new locations. It is mentioned in "Spike Runs Away" that his breed is the fictional " Siberian Tiger Hound". As shown in The Rugrats Movie and Rugrats Go Wild, Spike is very protective of the babies, as he sees them as his own.
- Stuart Louis "Stu" Pickles (voiced by Jack Riley as an adult in 1991-2004, E. G. Daily as a baby in "Sour Pickles", Tress MacNeille as a baby in "Fountain of Youth", Tommy Dewey in 2021-Present): Tommy and Dil's easy-going father and brother of Drew. Absent-minded toy inventor who only wants to be a good provider for his family. Married to Didi Pickles. It is implied in the All Growed Up special that Stu's birthday is on or around October 23, as his birthday falls on the cusp of Libra and Scorpio. In each Rugrats film, either Stu's actions or inventions help sets the story in motion and by story's end, he somehow manages to save the day (particularly, in the first and third films). He is Chas' best friend since childhood, similar to Tommy and Chuckie's friendship.
- Diane "Didi" Pickles (née Kropotkin) (voiced by Melanie Chartoff in 1991-2004, Ashley Rae Spillers in 2021-Present): Tommy and Dil's mother. A part-time teacher  and married to Stu. It is revealed that she is coulrophobic, just like Chuckie Finster. Didi is also a Russian- Jewish American since having 2 Russian Jewish parents and may also have been born in Russia. In the 2021 series, Didi became a professional blogger and an artist.  Arlene Klasky said that she based the character on herself. 
- Louis Kalhern "Grandpa Lou" Pickles II (voiced by David Doyle 1991-1997, and Joe Alaskey 1997-2008, Michael McKean in 2021-Present): Tommy, Dil and Angelica's grandfather and Stu and Drew's father. Lived with Stu's family for the majority of the series and often babysat the children until he occasionally dozed off. Originally named Stu Pickles, Sr. in the unaired pilot " Tommy Pickles and The Great White Thing". Lou would often bring up stories of his youth when it came to certain episodes and even brings up historical moments involving his late brother Sparky. Also had a weird obsession with the number 15. In the revival series, Grandpa Lou is depicted as a hippie where he is shown with a ponytail, wearing tie-dye shirts, and often doing yoga.
- Andrew "Drew" Pickles (voiced by Michael Bell as an adult in 1991-2008, Pamela Adlon as a baby, Timothy Simons in 2021-Present): Married to Charlotte, and is also Angelica's father and Stu's older brother. A well-paid investment banker (later accountant, before becoming a pharmaceutical representative in the revival),  Drew does not always get along with his brother, and the two often bicker over petty problems. His catchphrase (when addressing Angelica) is "Princess" and is not afraid to put his foot down whenever Angelica gets into trouble where he's usually the one to punish her like taking away her dessert for a week or other disciplinary actions.
- Charlotte Pickles (voiced by Tress MacNeille in 1991-2008, Anna Chlumsky in 2021-Present): Angelica's workaholic mother, the CEO of her own company, and married to Drew. She tries to be a good mother, but is usually sidetracked by business interests. She is often shown talking on her mobile phone to "Jonathan" (her co-worker), who was shown several times during early episodes of the series. She is also seen to punish Angelica if she catches her causing trouble in episodes when Drew isn't present. In the revival series, Charlotte is a city councilwoman. 
- Elizabeth "Betty" DeVille (voiced by Kath Soucie in 1991-2009, Natalie Morales in 2021-Present): Phil and Lil's mother and a former wrestler. Very athletic and feminist. Married to Howard, she helps operate the Java Lava Coffee House with Chas Finster. She is portrayed as a lesbian single mother in the revival series.  Betty also owns a coffee house in the revival series, but now as sole proprietor of the renamed Betty's Beans.  Morales stated "Anyone who watched the original show may have had an inkling Betty was a member of the alphabet mafia." 
- Howard "Howie" DeVille (voiced by Phil Proctor): Phil and Lil's mild-mannered father who is unemployed. Often overpowered by and cringing towards his wife, Betty. He has yet to appear in the revival series.
- Charles Norbert "Chas" Finster, Sr. (voiced by Michael Bell in 1991-2008, Tony Hale in 2021-Present): Widower; Chuckie's father, from whom he inherited his adenoidal whine. He is a bureaucrat and married Kira in the second Rugrats movie where he became Kimi's stepfather. Runs the Java Lava Coffee House with wife and Betty in later episodes. Stu's best friend since childhood, similar to Tommy and Chuckie's friendship. He played a minor role in the first Rugrats film and a supporting one in the third. His occupation would be recast as a musician in the revival series. 
- Kira Watanabe-Finster (voiced by Julia Kato): Kimi's mother and Chuckie's legal mother. Married Chas in Rugrats in Paris: The Movie. On All Grown Up!, she operates the Java Lava Coffee House with her husband and Betty. She somewhat plays the straight woman to the rest of the adults' wackiness, but she enjoys showcasing and trying new things, as opposed to a lot of the rest of them. Kira is also Japanese.
- Dr. Lucille "Lucy" Carmichael (voiced by Cheryl Carter in most appearances in 1991-2008, understudied by Lisa Dinkins in "Dummi Bear Dinner Disaster", Hattie Winston in The Rugrats Movie, Nicole Byer in 2021-Present): Susie's mother and Randy's wife. She is a Harvard-educated "wonder mom" and does a lot of cool things. She is also a doctor, having delivered Dil and removed Susie's tonsils.
- Randall "Randy" Carmichael (voiced by Ron Glass in 1991-2008, Omar Benson Miller in 2021-Present): Married to Lucy Carmichael and is Susie's father. In the original series, Randy is a screenwriter for the famous cartoon Dummi Bears Show; in the revival series, his occupation is changed to a science teacher. 
- Louise "Lulu" Jonston-Pickles (voiced by Debbie Reynolds): A nurse at the local hospital that Lou fell in love with. She eventually marries Lou in Rugrats in Paris, effectively becoming Drew and Stu's stepmother and Angelica, Tommy and Dil's step-grandmother.
- Sarah "Taffy" Maynston (voiced by Amanda Bynes): Taffy is Lulu's teenage grandniece making her the step-relative of the Pickles family when Lulu got engaged to Lou. She was hired as a regular babysitter for the babies. Taffy is the lead singer of a band, Taffy and the Saltwaters. She always calls the babies "Minis".
Other recurring characters
Babies and kids
- Alyssa Jasmine Carmichael (voiced by Kath Soucie in "The Last Babysitter", Bettina Bush in most appearances): The oldest daughter of the Carmichaels and Susie's oldest sister.
- Buster Franklin Carmichael (voiced by Kath Soucie in "The Last Babysitter", Joey Wilcots in "Runaway Reptar", Crystal Scales in "A Rugrats Kwanzaa"): Buster is one of Susie's older brothers. He appeared as a teen in the All Grown Up! episode "In the Family's Way", voiced by Bumper Robinson.
- Edwin Winston Cranstall Louis Xavier Quincy Carmichael, III (voiced by Pat Musick in "Tooth or Dare", Cree Summer in most appearances): Edwin is one of Susie's older brothers. He appeared as a teen in the All Grown Up! episode "In the Family's Way", voiced by Ogie Banks.
- Harold Frumpkin (voiced by Pat Musick): Harold is a kid in Angelica and Susie's pre-school class.
- Timmy McNulty (voiced by Tara Strong): The oldest of the five McNulty boys.
- Todd and Ty McNulty (both voiced by Grey DeLisle): The twins of the McNulty boys. Ty was voiced by E. G. Daily in the McNultys' debut episode "The 'Lympics".
- Terry McNulty (voiced by Grey DeLisle, understudied by E. G. Daily in "Fugitive Tommy"): Terry is another one of the McNulty boys.
- Teddy McNulty (voiced by Tara Strong): Teddy is the youngest of the McNulty boys.
- Mackie and Edie Pickles: Parents of Emmet Pickles and relatives of Stu, Drew, Tommy, and Angelica. But when Drew went to change out of his dirty clothes, Angelica thought that they were her new parents.[ citation needed]
- Beatrix "Trixie" McGee-Pickles: Tommy, Dil, and Angelica's deceased grandmother; Drew and Stu's mother; and Lou's first wife. She has never appeared in person on the show because she died long before the show began, and is only seen in Grandpa Lou's flashbacks. Little is known about her, although at one point, it is mentioned that she worked on Estes Kefauver's campaign for the Democratic Presidential Nomination of 1956. Only seen in the episode "Grandpa's Date".
- Melinda Finster (voiced by Kim Cattrall): Chuckie's birth mother. She loved flowers, and she died a few months after Chuckie's birth, long before the show began. She is only seen in flashbacks, although she is referenced several times in the series.
- Tia "Great Aunt 'T'" Adegoke and Uncle Charles Kojo (Voiced by Irma P. Hall and Bill Cobbs): The great aunt and uncle of Susie and her siblings.
- Boris Kropotkin and Minka Kerpackter (voiced by Michael Bell and Melanie Chartoff in the original series, Henry Winkler and Swoosie Kurtz in the 2021 revival): Didi's father and mother, and thus Tommy and Dil's maternal grandparents. Both are Jews who emigrated from a vague Slavic nation and retain thick Yiddish accents and traditions from "The Old Country." Lou and Boris are fierce rivals.
- Benjamin "Ben" Kropotkin (voiced by Jeff Bennett): Didi's younger brother and Elaine's only husband. In his first appearance, he is about to be married to a woman named Elaine, (referring to the characters of the same names in The Graduate) who briefly disappears before the wedding because of cold feet. The married couple appear again to babysit the Rugrats as experience for having their own children, but unpleasantly discover that raising children may not be so simple if they act like Angelica.
- Elaine Robinson Kropotkin (voiced by Tress MacNeille in "Let Them Eat Cake," Meagen Fay in "Baby Maybe"): Elaine is Ben's wife and Didi's sister in-law. In her first appearance in Let Them Eat Cake, she marries Ben. She appears also in Baby Maybe.
- Miriam "Mim" Pickles (voiced by Andrea Martin): Known as the "money game queen" because she plays poker, and constantly irritates her younger cousin, Grandpa Lou Pickles. It is implied her relationship with Lou as a child mirrors Tommy and Angelica's relationship. She laters helps Lou move into a retirement home.
- Shirley Dalmond Finster and Charles Mervyn "Marvin" Finster (voiced by Miriam Margolyes and Stacy Keach): Chas' parents, and Chuckie and Kimi's grandparents.
- Colleen McNulty (voiced by Teresa Ganzel): The McNulty boys' mother. She appears in "A Very McNulty Birthday" and "Wash Dry Story". She has a husband named Colin who has not been seen.
- Conan McNulty (voiced by Michael Keenan): The McNulty boys' paternal grandfather and Lou's rival. They've both had a rivaled childhood, competing against each other all the time.
- Larry and Steve (both voiced by Scott Menville): are two teenage boys, who always seem to have different odd jobs, such as painters; movie theater attendants; grocery store employees; etc. They are named after two producers of some episodes. Of the two, Larry later appeared in the episode "Angelica Orders Out" as a caterer for Zippy's Snappy Home Delivery, but his hair is dyed red, and he is voiced by Jeremy Sisto.
- Jonathan Kraskel (voiced by René Auberjonois in 1995, Dan Castellaneta in 1998-2008): Charlotte's meek personal assistant, whom she constantly yells at. He was originally portrayed with purple skin, but had fair skin in later appearances.
- Dr. Werner Lipschitz (voiced by Tony Jay): A child psychologist whom Stu, Didi and Chas commonly refer to for help in raising the babies.
- Miss Weemer (voiced by Vicki Lewis): Angelica and Susie's teacher in pre-school.
- Macie Jonston: Macie is Lulu's sister and Taffy's grandmother who became the step-relative of the Pickles family when Lulu married Lou.
- Miranda "Anda" Smellson: Anda is Taffy's mother, Macie's daughter, and Lulu's niece.
- Freddie (voiced by Rodger Bumpass): Betty's older brother and uncle of the twins who only appears on the "Brothers Are Monsters" episode. His behaviour and dress sense are similar to his sisters, only he wears his sweater with the Male symbol on the front.
- Fifi: Purple poodle, who was originally a Parisian stray which Spike fell in love with in the second Rugrats movie and became his girlfriend.
- Spiffy and Pepper: Purple and brown (respectively) puppies adopted by the Stu Pickles and Chas Finster households. The offspring of a union between Spike and Fifi. In US showings of "Mutts In A Name", the puppy is identified as "Pepper" as a result of a viewer poll.
- Fluffy: Angelica's cat whom Angelica loves dearly, but who always causes trouble for the others, particularly Spike. Some people don't notice it, but she looks just like Angelica.
- Melville: Chuckie's first pet, who was a Pillbug that died in the first episode he aired in. At the time of death, Chuckie was in the midst of training Melville to perform circus tricks.
- Cynthia: Angelica Pickles's favorite doll. Based on the American doll, Barbie.
- Reptar (voiced by Busta Rhymes in The Rugrats Movie only): A big green dinosaur reminiscent of Godzilla. Tommy and the other Rugrats love him; Reptar products such as cars, clothes and candy are frequently seen on the show. Reptar was a main character in Rugrats in Paris and had his own theme park called Euro Reptarland. There was a giant Reptar robot there too, which the babies piloted and fought against Jean Claude. He has also had his own ice show, which Lou believes is "sheer brilliance". The babies interrupted it looking for a lizard which they believed was "Baby Reptar".
- Robosnail: Reptar's arch enemy. Robosnail is a mechanical snail with snapping pincers. He made a special guest appearance in Rugrats in Paris, controlled by Jean Claude. Robosnail and Reptar fought throughout Paris and he wound up falling into the Seine.
- Dactar: A big Pterodactyl who fights Reptar on TV. He resembles Rodan from Godzilla, ironic, since they are generally depicted as allies, despite them fighting in Ghidrah, the Three-Headed Monster and Godzilla vs. Mechagodzilla II.
- Thorg (voiced by Phil Proctor): A giant gorilla who is an enemy of Reptar. In the episode "Toy Palace," Tommy and Chuckie activate a large robotic Thorg, who chases them through the store, repeating his catchphrase "Thorg hungry! Thorg want eat!" He is made to resemble King Kong. He'd been sent back in time.
- Captain Blasto (voiced by Adam West): From the early seasons of the show. A spaceman who hosts his namesake show, a low budget locally made kids program that is reminiscent of the Captain Video series of the 1950s. In Super Hero Chuckie, Chuckie, Angelica, Stu and Drew go to see the show made at the television studio, where they learn the secret about how Captain Blasto flies (a cable that attaches to his costume).
- The Dummi Bears: A cartoon watched by the babies, although it seldom interests them and Grandpa Lou, in particular, despises the program. It is a spoof of the Care Bears (though the name is more a play on Disney's Gummi Bears). Susie's father Randy Carmichael was a writer for the show, and in one episode, the babies are taken to a movie theater to see the Dummi Bears movie (they escape from their parents to go see the Reptar movie, and cause havoc in the movie theater).
- Blocky and Oxwinkle (Blocky voiced by
June Foray): Stu and Drew's favorite cartoon as babies. Blocky does most of the talking while Oxwinkle just made a sound. They are an obvious parody of
Rocky and Bullwinkle.
- Yuri and Svetana (Svetana voiced by June Foray): A pair of villains who try to trick and get rid of Blocky and Oxwinkle, and calling them "Elk and Weasle". They are a parody of Boris and Natasha, and their nicknames for Blocky and Oxwinkle is a parody of "Moose and Squirrel". In an example of stunt casting, Foray, the original voice of Rocky as well as of Natasha, provided the voice of their Rugrats universe counterparts while Yuri doesn't talk much.
- Alan Quebec (voiced by Alex Trebek): He hosted "Super Stumpers," the fictitious game show on which Didi Pickles appears in the episode "Game Show Didi."
- The Mega Hyper Heroes: The superheroes that the babies watch on TV. The babies imitated the characters by calling themselves the "Mega Diaper Babies". They only appeared in the episode "Mega Diaper Babies" and appear to be based on the
Fantastic Four. When four teenagers join their rings together, they become the Mega Hyper Heroes where they work to save Earth and the universe from various villains who would do something like hog the world's oxygen supply, drain the oceans, or blow up the universe.
- Changeling (voiced by Neil Ross): Johnny is the leader of the Mega Hyper Heroes. When he becomes Changeling, he can turn into any animal.
- Miss Invisible (voiced by Kath Soucie): Diane is a member of the Mega Hyper Heroes. When she becomes Miss Invisible, she gains the power of invisibility. In addition, she also has her own plane that she flies.
- Flaro (voiced by Gregg Berger): Marco is a member of the Mega Hyper Heroes. When he becomes Flamo, he can ignite himself on fire with a flick of his wrist.
- Bolt (voiced by Jim Turner): Ricky is a member of the Mega Hyper Heroes. When he becomes the Bolt, he turns into an 8 ft. purple-skinned man who has the combined strength of two strong men.
- Metallitron (voiced by Gregg Berger): A giant robotic enemy of the Mega Hyper Heroes. Even though Metallitron has a male voice, the character is identified as a female. Metallitron is liked by Angelica.
- The Mole People: Reptar's archenemies.
- Goober the Gopher: A friendly, hug-loving character created by Lipschitz Industries as a friendly children's icon resembling Barney The Dinosaur. In one episode, the grownups got rid of the Reptar decor in the babies' room figuring it scared Dil and replaced it with Goober the Gopher. This led the babies to get Reptar and Goober to fight for who should be the better mascot.
- Chick Hearn (voiced by himself): Appeared in the episode "Touchdown Tommy" as the sports anchor of a football game;.
- Pat Sajak (voiced by himself): Appeared in the episode "Chuckie is Rich" as the host of a Publishers Clearing House-like contest, where the grand prize was $10 million and was won by Chas Finster.
The Rugrats Movie characters
- The Circus Monkeys: A band of various species of monkeys from a local Russian circus that escaped from a train accident. In the end, they are reunited with their owners.
- The Banana Brothers (voiced by Abe Benrubi and Phil Proctor): The ringmasters of the Banana Brothers Monkey Circus and owners of the monkeys. They went to get some coffee, when the monkeys took control of the train and crashed it (though all of them survived, surprisingly uninjured).
- Scar Snout the Wolf: A scary huge wolf who wants to kill and eat anyone who trespasses into his territory. He was inspiration of tyrannosaur and the worst predator in the woods. He scares both the babies and the monkeys; in the climax of the film, he tries to stalk the babies intent on killing them, but is defeated by Spike, the Pickles' dog. The two fall down the bridge whereon the babies are standing, but only the Wolf is killed by the fall, making him the only character in a Rugrats movie to be killed.
- Ranger Frank and Ranger Margaret (voiced by David Spade and Whoopi Goldberg): the two forest rangers who help the parents find the babies. They are the first people other than the normal gang to see the Reptar Wagon. Ranger Frank is cowardly and excitable, whereas Ranger Margaret is more calm and rational.
- Rex Pester (voiced by Tim Curry): a nosy and arrogant news reporter who hampers the adults' efforts to find the babies as well as Spike. He mispronounced the babies' names as well as mistaking the Reptar Wagon for a horse.
Rugrats in Paris characters
- Coco LaBouche (voiced by
Susan Sarandon): She runs the amusement park EuroReptar, a Japanese theme park in
Paris. Her boss Mr. Yamaguchi is offering her the job for president of the company, but only if she learns to love children, to which she lies and says that she is engaged. This sets the climax for the film. The real reason she brought the Pickles and gang to France is so that Stu could fix Robo Reptar. She also plans to marry Chas by wooing him for the sake for the promotion and kidnap the babies because she
hates kids; when her plans got discovered, her wedding gets called off and Mr. Yamaguchi fires her, much to her humiliation. Then Angelica steps on her wedding dress, causing it to rip to have her underwear shown in front of everyone, including some
people with cameras.
- Jean-Claude (voiced by John Lithgow): Coco's right-hand assistant. He is loyal to his boss and helps her with the kidnapping of the babies. He usually has the job of telling Kira what to do. He is more sensible than Coco, he also pilots Robosnail and seems to have fears with dogs as Spike chases him away from the Notre Dame Cathedral.
- Mr. Yamaguchi (voiced by Mako): The president of Yamaguchi Industries (the main sponsor of the Reptar franchise) and Coco's boss. He made a cameo appearance in The Rugrats Movie, where his face is in a newspaper article holding a toy design contest, which inspired Stu to make the Reptar Wagon. In Rugrats in Paris, Mr. Yamaguchi appeared in person as he plans to step down as president and find a successor who cares for children (since they are the main audience for the Reptar franchise). At first, Mr. Yamaguchi is fooled by Coco into believing that she loves kids and that she's engaged to Chuckie's father Chas, which prompted him to pass over the promotion to Coco after the wedding. However, Yamaguchi is unaware of the fact that Coco actually despises kids (including Chuckie) in general and that she only plans to marry Chas for the sake of the promotion. Fortunately, in the end, Angelica and the babies interrupt the wedding and revealed Coco's plot, which drove an angry Yamaguchi to fire Coco on the spot for her cruel actions.
Rugrats Go Wild characters
- Eliza Thornberry (voiced by Lacey Chabert)
- Darwin (voiced by Tom Kane)
- Donnie Thornberry (voiced by Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers)
- Debbie Thornberry (voiced by Danielle Harris)
- Nigel Thornberry (voiced by Tim Curry)
- Marianne Thornberry (voiced by Jodi Carlisle)
- Siri (voiced by Chrissie Hynde of The Pretenders): A rare leopard whom the Thornberrys are searching for.
- All Grown Up! § Cast and characters for the cast of the continuation series
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