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Listing of characters in The Fairly Odd Parents and the tropes they go with. All characters have appeared at least twice.

Major Characters

Timmy Turner

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The main character, described as "an average kid who no one understands" in the theme song. Voiced by Tara Strong in the series. In the pilot, Timmy was voiced by Mary Kay Bergman from South Park. He was portrayed by Drake Bell in the live-action movie.

Cosmo Julius Cosma

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 "I'm not bright, big words confuse me, I have the attention span of a rodent and Wanda loves me anyway!"

Timmy's fairy godfather. Dumb as a sack of bricks, he can barely grant a wish by himself without causing mass chaos. Voiced by Daran Norris.

Wanda Venus Fairywinkle Cosma

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 "Oh, shut up and kiss me, will you?"

Timmy's godmother. She's usually the one who sees the consequences of Timmy's wishes, but is often ignored for her very justified worry. Voiced by Susanne Blakeslee.

Poof Thomas Cosma

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 "Poof, poof, poof."

Cosmo and Wanda's baby son, born at the start of the show's sixth season. Like his godbrother, voiced by Tara Strong.


Timmy's Fairy Dog. Timmy ends up owning him at the beginning of Season

  • Absentee Actor: Sparky does not appear in Two and a Half Babies, Desperate Without Housewives, and Jerk of All Trades of Season 9.
  • Brainwashed and Crazy: In "Let Sleeper Dogs Lay".
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: He's completely absent from season 10, and season 9 is his only appearance in the series. This was because he was extremely unpopular, and due to this Nickelodeon wanted him to be cut off from the show.
  • Easily Forgiven: In Fairly OddPet, as shown below.
  • Karma Houdini: In Fairly OddPet where he causes all sorts of destruction and Timmy forgives him and still keeps him. This is one of the reasons why he's currently absent from the series, though the following episodes made him a more likable character.
  • Plot Hole/Continuity Snarl: The addition of Sparky brings on some continuity issues, such as Sparky not being there on the end of Channel Chasers (the same contradiction happened with Poof) and he not being on the live-action movies - A Fairly Odd Movie and A Fairly Odd Christmas - both taking place thirteen years after the events of the main series. In A Fairly Odd Movie, there is even a scene in which Wanda states that Timmy doesn't have a dog. The third movie, even after coming out after Sparky's inclusion, does not try to mention his existence.
  • Put on a Bus: After the ninth season.
  • Talking Animal: Unlike Timmy's godparents, Sparky is fine to talk to people sometimes. Anybody is fooled to think that he just "barks funny."
  • Team Pet: Of Timmy's fairy godfamily. Cool Pet for bonus points.
  • Unusually Uninteresting Sight: Is that weird barking dog walking on two legs sometimes while being around humans?
  • What Happened to the Dog?: It is unknown what happened to him after Man's Worst Friend and before The Big Fairy Share Scare, as he was not seen being taken back to the pet shop or leaving. He might have been given to another household due to the fairy shortage.

Chloe Carmichael

Chloe Carmichael is an enthusiastic, funny and over-achieving little girl who Timmy will have to share his fairies with. She's also Timmy's new neighbor. She first appears in Season 10. She is voiced by Kari Wahlgren

  • Alliterative Name: Much like Timmy Turner.
  • Always Someone Better: To Timmy.
  • BerserkButton Berserk Button: She does not like to quit or hear the word "quit". She even treats the word as if it's a swear word.
  • BewareTheNiceOnes Beware the Nice Ones: She may be nice and friendly to everyone but that she does have her limits.
    • When Jorgen first introduces himself to her by poofing into her room, she gets scared and takes him down.
    • In "Girly Squirrely", she completely loses it when all the Squirrely Scouts decide to give up on camping.
  • Broken Ace: Most people she knows see her as perfect, but she also seems to have really low-self esteem, as she easily feels upset about ruining everything whenever she just wants to help, and nobody wants to be her friend.
  • Broken Pedestal: In "The Fair Bears", when she wished for her favorite cartoon characters, the Fair Bears, were real, she was very excited to see them. But after she learned that they brainwashed Timmy and Wanda to force them to be happy, she immediately loses her love for them.
  • Butt Monkey: She becomes this during her time with Catman in "Whittle Me This".
  • Child Prodigy: She [ knows 12 languages, including communicating with dolphins.
  • Cute Bruiser: When she first saw Jorgen, she Knocked him to the floor.
  • Demon Head: When warning Timmy never to touch her "Fair Bears" DVD set.
  • Deuteragonist: She becomes the second main character of the series after Timmy in the Tenth Season.
  • Didn't Think This Through: Despite her intent to help others, she doesn't think about the possible negative consequences of her actions. Her first wish was for everyone to share everything in Dimmsdale but this causes everyone to basically steal from others.
  • Expy: Her relationship with Timmy somewhat resembles Bart and Lisa's rivality from The Simpsons.
  • Genki Girl: Her official biography describe her as "an enthusiastic, funny and over-achieving little girl."
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She is blonde and essentially a Nice Gal.
  • Informed Flaw: The reason she's considered miserable enough for fairies is because her actions sometimes have unforeseen negative consequences, which allegedly leaves her friend-less... if you ignore the 100% Adoration Ratingthroughout her debut.
  • Intelligence Equals Isolation: Another of the reasons why she needs Cosmo and Wanda as her Fairy Godparents.
  • Invisible Parents: Chloe's parents are still yet to be revealed.
  • It's All About Me: Specifically during her birthdays, which she admits are the one day of the year when she puts herself before others, and proves to be as selfish and demanding as Timmy.
  • Naïve Newcomer: She has a lot to learn about having fairies and being apart of Timmy's adventures.
  • Nice Girl: She's very nice to everyone around her and everyone love her for that. So much so that she apparently won the Nobel Prize for Niceness.
  • Not So Different:
    • She can be just as selfish as Timmy when it comes to her birthday.
    • She can also make wishes that can lead to disaster like Timmy.
  • Out-of-Character Moment: After making her first wish for everyone to share, she loses her cool and niceness when someone towed her house around. Timmy, Cosmo, and Wanda were surprised to see her like that.Chloe: (seeing her house being taken away) Hey! That's my house! That weirdo is stealing my house!
  • Parody Sue: A very blatant example. Besides knowing 12 languages, she has a Nobel Prize, the president's number, and all of Dimmsdale's admiration. Heavily downplayed after her debut.
  • Savvy Guy, Energetic Girl: With Timmy.
  • Tsundere: Type B. She may be nice enough to claim a Nobel Prize for it, but it's made evident that she can have QUITE the dark side under certain circumstances. No episode demonstrates this better than "Birthday Battle."
  • Jerkass Ball: In "Sash and Rash" after wishing to become a slacked. Also in "Birthday Battle".
  • Unwanted Assistance: She often tries so hard that she gets ahead of herself, thinks without acting and can end up doing more harm than good. Because of that, she alienates everyone around her and has no friends, leaving her miserable enough to need fairies.


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 "I don't mean to be mean all the time! I just am!!"

Timmy's malicious babysitter who takes delight in tormenting Timmy and the other children in Dimmsdale. Her two biggest loves are pain and money. Voiced by Grey DeLisle. Portrayed by Devon Weigel in the live-action movie.



 "You're here? In my house? Hm, my Timmy-tracker must be malfunctioning."

Vicky's little sister who harbors an obsessive and unrequited crush on Timmy. Although he usually rejects her advances, Timmy has shown many times in the series to genuinely care for Tootie unlike any other non-fairy or family character, even loaning her his fairies on one occasion. According to the live action TV movie, she grows into a beautiful adult and Timmy falls in love with her. According to a quiz on the official movie website, Tootie named her first child "Tammy or Tommy", a subtly reference to Channel Chasers ending. Like her sister, she is voiced by Grey DeLisle, though in her first appearance she was voiced by Amber Wood. Daniella Monet portrayed her in the live-action movie.

  • Adorkable
  • Betty and Veronica: The Betty to Trixie's Veronica for Timmy's Archie.
  • The Big Damn Kiss: With Timmy in the live-action movie.
  • Braces of Orthodontic Overkill: Subverted.
  • Clingy Jealous Girl: A trope Tootie partly fits in as she is somewhat clingy, although some people mistake Tootie for willing to commit acts of violence to get Timmy or get people away from him which has not actually ever happened. Tootie seems mostly oblivious or uncaring toward Timmy's other crushes.
  • All of the Other Reindeer
  • Depending on the Writer: Tootie is consistently written than other frequently appearing characters, since her character mostly revolves around her crush on Timmy. However, in some episodes, Tootie is more girly-like and is unwilling to hurt a fly, while in other episodes she has a more tomboyish and assertive personality.
  • Hair Decorations: She wears two blue hairbands to keep her pigtails up.
  • First Girl Wins: Assuming Vicky doesn't count, the plot of the live action movie and even some of Butch Hartman's posts/tweets/dialog on the movie suggest that Timmy was destined to fall in love with Tootie.
  • Girl in the Tower: In this Spanish comic.
  • Girl Next Door: She is considered a geeky yet sweet girl who lives near Timmy (literally and erroneously right next door to him in Merry Wishmas) but he does not return her affections at first, although Timmy does sympathize with her throughout the series and in The Live Action Movie in his adulthood he eventually falls in love with her.
  • Girlish Pigtails
  • Hidden Depths: Although at first appearing to be a happy and over excited, albeit nerdy girly girl, Tootie is shown to be just as neglected and miserable as Timmy at times. She has also shown unusual toughness in a few episodes.
  • Informed Flaw: She is said to "stalk" Timmy, although this has never actually adversely effected him in the series nor has been brought up as a major plot point.
  • Invincible Minor Minion: In the video game game Breakin' Da Rules!, she can kill the player in one hit and must be avoided.
  • Meganekko
  • Not Allowed to Grow Up: Not counting the live action movie, which takes place in her future
  • Only One Name
  • Plot Hole: She's obviously more miserable than Timmy is, and yet she somehow doesn't have fairy godparents.
    • Corrected by the live action movie, although with no mention of this plothole and arguably a little past when she really needed them (when she was actually living with Vicky).
  • Purple Eyes: According to this screenshot.
  • A Shared Suffering: Both she and Timmy have to put up with Vicky's torment.
  • She Is All Grown Up: In the live-action movie.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: Her and Vicky. She loves Timmy and is nice, Vicky hates Timmy and is evil to the core.
  • Stalker Shrine: To Timmy.
  • Stalker with a Crush: On Timmy.
  • Sure Why Not: Many fans have wondered why Tootie has never gotten a fairy, or speculated that she may became beautiful later on. The live action movie shows that not only does she become a beauty, but she also meets Timmy's fairy family (with Timmy this time, and no mention of her "big mouth" being a problem).
  • Talking to Himself: She shares a voice actor with her sister.
  • Victorious Childhood Friend: In the live-action movie.

Denzel Q. Crocker

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 "This has to be the work of... FAIRY GODPARENTS!"

Timmy's schoolteacher who, due to an incident in his youth, is obsessed with proving that fairy godparents exists and wants to use their magic to Take Over the World. Voiced by Carlos Alazraqui. Portrayed by David Lewis in the live-action movie.

Mr. and Mrs. Turner

 Mrs. Turner: I'll get our coats.

Mr. Turner: Forget it, at the speed we'll be having fun, the friction will keep us warm!

Timmy's clueless and neglectful parents, they care more about their happiness than Timmy. Mr. Turner is a pencil pusher while Mrs. Turner is a real-estate saleswomen. Like Timmy's other parents, they are voiced by Daran Norris and Susanne Blakeslee. Mrs. Turner was portrayed by Teryl Rothery in the live-action movie.

Jorgen Von Strangle


 "I don't have a lot of friends, okay? I mean, you punch them in the face once and it's all, Ooh, stop punching me!"

The commander-in-chief of Fairy World, he runs the place with an iron fist. He's the most powerful fairy in the universe. Voiced by Daran Norris. Portrayed by Mark Gibbon in the live-action movies.

Chester McBadbat


 "No one makes a fool out of Chester McBadbat! Except the school system, the government, and every girl I've ever met!"

Timmy's best human friend, Chester is boy who lives in a trailer and enjoys downing garbage. Thanks to his father's failed career, he is dirt poor. He is currently voiced by Jason Marsden. Formerly voiced by Frankie Muniz. Portrayed by Chris Anderson in the live-action movie.


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 "Relax, it's just college. I'll be done in two weeks."

Timmy's other best human friend, AJ is a genius that could give Jimmy Neutron a run for his money. He is currently voiced by Gary Leroi Gray. Formerly voiced by Ibriham Haneef Muhammed. Portrayed by Jesse Reid in the live-action movie.

Trixie Tang

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 "Tell me I'm pretty!"

The popular schoolgirl whom Timmy has an unrequited crush on. She doesn't seem to return the affection unless he makes a wish resulting in it. Voiced by Dionne Quan.



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 "It's time for me to beat the lunch money out of you!"

The school bully of Dimmsdale Elementary. He regularly beats his favorite target, Timmy, to a pulp. Voiced by Faith Abrahams.

Elmer and Sanjay

 Sanjay (on Timmy): Well, we sort of hang out together, but I've never been to his house.

Timmy's back-up friends. Sanjay is a boy from India with a shrill voice. Elmer is a kid with a huge boil on his face. Unknown to most, that boil is sentient, and is always trying to lead Elmer to do evil things. All three are voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.


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 "Don't call me that! Call me Trixie! I'M TRIXIE!"

Trixie's best friend and a member of the popular kids. She clearly wants Trixie's position and schemes to get it. Voiced by Grey DeLisle.

Tad & Chad

 Tad: Co-President Chad, do you hear some non-student body president talking?

Chad: No I don't, Co-President Tad.

The male members of the popular kids, these two will go out of their way to be mean and take opportunities to make people feel like dirt. Tad is voiced by Tara Strong, Chad by Grey DeLisle.


 "I'm both respecting your privacy by knocking but asserting my authority as your (father/mother) by coming in anyway!"

The parents of the children of Dimmsdale. Like all adults, they are clueless and utterly useless in an emergency. Sanjay's mom and Vicky's mom are voiced by Tara Strong, Elmer's mom, AJ's mom, and Veronica's mom by Grey DeLisle, Bucky McBadBat by Rob Paulsen, AJ's dad by Kevin Michael Richardson, Sanjay's stepdad by Dee Bradley Baker, Delores Day Crocker and Trixie's dad by Carlos Alazraqui, Mr. Buxaplenty by Daran Norris, Mrs. Buxaplenty by Susanne Blakeslee, and Vicky's dad by Jim Ward.

  • Adults Are Useless: 👻
  • Advancing Boss of Doom: Vicky's mom's role in Breakin' Da Rules!
  • Cross-Dressing Voices: Carlos Alazarqui as Delores Crocker.
  • Disappeared Dad: Sanjay's real father, Crocker's dad, maybe Veronica's too.
  • Drill Sergeant Nasty: Sanjay's stepdad.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Vicky's mom appeared as a kid in the PC version of the Breakin' Da Rules! video game.
  • The Faceless: The Buxaplentys. Bucky manages to avoid this by getting his face shown in "Foul Balled".
  • Generation Xerox: AJ's parents are geniuses, Elmer's parents have huge boils on their faces, both Bucky and Chester are bad at baseball, Francis' dad is a career criminal, Sanjay's stepbrother is an army man like his father. Vicky and Tootie's parents, on the other hand, are nothing like Vicky, though their mom apparently used to be like Tootie in her youth according to the aforementioned video game.
  • I Want Grandkids: Delores.
  • Meaningful Name: Bucky McBadBat was the worst baseball player ever.
  • Missing Mom: Chester's mom and Trixie's mom are unaccounted for.
  • No Celebrities Were Harmed: The name Bucky McBadBat is very likely a reference to Bill Buckner, who played for the Boston Red Sox in the '80s. Buckner is best remembered for a badly botched defensive play in game 6 of the 1986 World Series -- a play so notorious it resulted in death threats.
  • Parental Neglect: The Buxaplentys. Possibly worse that the Turners.
  • Plot Hole: The Buxaplentys show up in "Scary Godparents" despite being stranded on an island between "Fairy, Fairy, Quite Contrary" and "Remy Rides Again".
    • Maybe that episode took place after "Remy Rides Again"?
  • Talking to Himself: Delores to her son, Sanjay's stepdad to his stepson, Veronica's mom to her daughter.
  • Unnamed Parent: All of them except Bucky, Delores, and to an extent, Vicky's mom (according to her Early-Bird Cameo, her name is Nicky).
  • The Voice: Veronica's mom, in her only appearance, "Information Stuper Highway".
  • The Voiceless: Elmer's dad and Francis' dad haven't spoke outside of unison with everyone else. They currently have no assigned VAs.

Principal Waxelplax

 "Get away from my jelly!"

The kindly principal of Dimmsdale Elementary, and Crocker's boss. She knew him in their childhood, but now she treats him with disdain. Voiced by Grey DeLisle.

Mr. Birkenbake & Mr. Bickles

 Mr. Bickles: My dream of doing a ballet version of Waterworld is ruined! Forgive me Kevin!

Two teachers of Dimmsdale Elementary. Mr. Birkenbake runs the school's paper, while Mr. Bickles teaches drama. They are voiced by Rob Paulsen and Jim Ward, respectively.

Adam West (Catman)


 "For whenever someone in Dimmsdale calls for help, but doesn't want me to help them, I will answer that call anyway."

An insane former actor who believes that he's the superhero he played. Timmy sometimes helps him when he's feeling down, if only to keep him out of jail. Voiced by Adam West, of course.

The Mayor & Chompy


 "Citizens of Dimmsdale, as your Mayor-For-Life... You gotta read those ballots people!"

The political leader of Dimmsdale and the town's goat mascot. The Mayor's qualifications for his job are questionable, considering he seems to be easily swayed by blackmail. Both are voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

The Dinklebergs

 "Hey! Looking good, Turner!"

The Turners' next door neighbors, whom Mr. and Mrs. Turner despise. They have a better income since they're childless, and always have better things. Both are voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

Chet Ubetcha


 "It's mass hysteria! How will this effect your holiday weekend?"

Dimmsdale's vertically challenged news reporter who's on the scene at any catastrophe. He also announces many sports events. He is voiced by Jim Ward.

Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome


 "That's right, Doug Dimmadome, owner of the Dimmsdale Dimmadome."

A rich businessman who owns a good deal of Dimmsdale, including the Dimmadome, the TV stations, the local basketball team, and the former Dimmsdale Flats. He gets unethical in his practices whenever the plot demands. He is voiced by Jim Ward.

Peppy Happy Gary and Betty

 Betty: I'm Peppy Happy Betty!

Gary: I'm Peppy Happy Gary!

Both: We're peppy happy peppy happy peppy happy pep!

The two workers of Flappy Bob's Learn-a-torium, these two are always ready to spread "fun" amongst the children. Gary is voiced by Rob Paulsen, Betty by Grey DeLisle.

Chip Skylark


 "Another day, another wackadoo holding me against my will."

A pop teen singing sensation who Timmy has helped more than once. Voiced by N* Sync's Chris Kirkpatrick.

  • Celebrity Is Overrated: Hinted in his first appearance, apparently wakko fans holding him against his will is a common occurrence.
  • Doing It for the Art: Both Vicky and Timmy assume he's in it for the piles of cash. Turns out he cares more about his fans and his music than anything: he's broke and is totally happy about it. The only reason he cares about seeming to be rich is because he thinks his fans would be disappointed if they knew he was penniless.
  • Mr. Fanservice
  • Nice Guy: A plot point in his first episode. Timmy assumes that because he's a celebrity he'd be spoiled and a jerk, but instead he finds that Chip is an almost painfully nice guy who nearly goes into depression at the thought of disappointing his fans.
  • Even the Guys Want Him
  • Fake Shemp: His appearance in "Mind Over Magic" was done completely through voice clips.
  • Identical Grandson: His grandfather was the original Chip Skylark, also a singer.
  • Ink Suit Actor
  • Power of Rock: How he believes he got to the concert in "Boys in the Band".
  • "The Villain Sucks" Song: He sings "Icky Vicky". His grandfather sings a 1920 version of it in "The Good Old Days."
  • What Happened to the Mouse??: appears once-in-a-blue-moon now to the point that just hearing his voice counts as a cameo.

Britney Britney

 "That's it. No more private gigs."

Another teen pop sensation, she's so rich she swims in the tears of her many admirers. She is voiced by Tara Strong.

Sylvester Calzone

 "It legitimized me as a film maker and a critic puncher!"

A Dimmy-winning actor living in Dimmsdale. He unwillingly starred in Timmy's movie and more willingly attended SepTimberfest. He is voiced by Jim Ward.

The MERF Agents

 "We're from MERF, not to be confused with MARF... which we've got tickets to tonight!"

The incompetent agents of the Military Alien Response Force, whose job is to look out for extra terrestrials. They are voiced by Patrick Warburton.


Mama Cosma


 "Now, who would like some I Rather Dislike Wanda Cookies?"

Cosmo's mother, she hates her daughter-in-law and would love nothing more than to see the marriage fail. She is voiced by Jane Carr.

Big Daddy


 "Gotta go. It's Binky's turn to buy lunch!"

Wanda's father, and head of the garbage collection in Fairy World. He runs the whole thing like the mob, and is even able to intimidate Jorgen. He is voiced by The Sopranos star Tony Sirico.



 "I can't believe my frump of a sister beat me!"

Wanda's identical, yet somehow hotter, twin sister. She stars on a popular soap opera and desperately wants to win a Zappy, being the only fairy who hasn't won one. She is voiced by Tara Strong.

Juandissimo Magnifico

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 "Timmy, I must say two things. First off, I'm incredible to look at..."

Remy's fairy godfather. He is incredibly vain and lusts after his ex-girlfriend Wanda. His name, despite how it looks, is pronounced "Wan-DISS-e-mo". Voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.


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 "You're going to need love. Lots of love."

The fairy of love and the patron saint of Valentines Day. He is voiced by Tom Kenny.

Tooth Fairy


 "Jorgen, darling, how many times have I told you how I hate appearing in public WITHOUT MY MAKEUP!"

The most popular fairy, and the one who travels between Earth and Fairy World the most. She married Jorgen. Voiced by Grey DeLisle.

Binky Abdul


 "I'm sorry! I though the Black Plague was a band! I didn't know it would wipe out half of Europe!"

Fairy World's most unlucky resident. He seems to work as Jorgen's assistant. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.

The April Fool


 "What's up with that?"

The patron saint of April Fools Day, this fairy loves to pull pranks and tell jokes. Unfortunately, his jokes can sometimes get out of hand. He is voiced by Daran Norris.

Dr. Rip Studwell

 "Don't worry Cosmo, everything's looking fantastic...on me. You, on the other hand, look like you're in a lot of pain."

Fairy World's resident doctor, he delivers his lines in an over the top, soap opera fashion. Voiced by Butch Hartman.

Billy Crystal Ball & Simon Sparklefield

 Simon: I'm scared. Would you hold me?

Two celebrities in Fairy World. Billy Crystal Ball is a talk show host as well as host of the Zappys. Simon is an executive in charge of several reality shows and a judge on Fairy Idol. Both are voiced by Carlos Alazraqui.

Fairy Hart

 "I'm Fairy Hart, reporting live from Fairy World Hospital."

Fairy World's resident news reporter who first appeared in season six. She's always looking out for news, particularly if it involves baby Poof. She is voiced and named after Mary Hart.

Fairy Council

 "We should, like, party!"

A group of fairies that govern Fairy World. Their acts include forbidding any more fairies to be born and selecting the Chosen One. They are voiced by Tom Kenny (?).


Dark Laser


 "Just hear me out, 'cause once you get a taste of the dark power, you'll never go back."

A sci-fi movie villain Timmy wished to life. Now he floats in space, waiting for a chance to destroy the Earth and conquer the universe. Doesn't he look familiar? Voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson.

Dr. Bender and Wendell

 Dr. Bender: And now I'm going to get medieval on your mouth.

Dimmsdale's resident dentist and his son. Both take great pleasure in acting like complete jerkasses. Both are voiced by Gilbert Gottfried.

Remy Buxaplenty

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 "Winner gets to keep his godparents, and loser, and by loser I mean Turner, forgets he ever had them..."

A lonely rich godchild. He resents Timmy for having real parents and godparents. He is determined to make Timmy lose Cosmo and Wanda. Voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.

 Remy: But I care if you do! Why should you have parents that care about you and fairy godparents when I don't!

Crimson Chin Villains

 Nega Chin: Come, my partners in pain, it's time to show this three dimensional world my three Ds: Destruction, Doom, and uh...more Doom!

The Crimson Chin has a whole gallery of villains to fight. While they mostly cause havoc in the Comic Book World, they occasionally break the barrier and escape into the real world. The Nega Chin is voiced by Jay Leno, the Bronze Kneecap and the Brass Knuckles by Dee Bradley Baker, H2Olga by Susanne Blankslee, Country Boy by Tara Strong, Spatula Woman by Grey DeLisle, Short Fuse by Jim Ward, and the Gilded Arches by Rob Paulsen.

Other Unwished Wishes

 Gary: Laughing maniacally... not cool.

More often then not, Timmy's wishes go awry, meaning he creates some interesting baddies for himself to fight. Even after being unwished, they are confined to storage, which only increases their hatred for Timmy. Oddly, this storage contains several things that Timmy technically never wished for in the first place, like the Sphinx, the Gigglepies, and the Founding Fathers. Their leader, Imaginary Gary, is voiced by Jason Marsden, Overlord Blee by Tara Strong, Trilli the Trust Gigglepie by Grey DeLisle, Superbike and the Sergeant Gigglepie by Carlos Alazraqui, George Washington by Daran Norris, Thomas Jefferson, Benidict Arnold, and the Pumpkinator by Dee Bradley Baker, Benjiman Franklin by Jim Ward, Tommy by Jason Bateman, and the Villain Not Named Shirley by Jeff Garlin.


 "You can't spell hooky without 'hook'!"

The former truant officer of Dimmsdale Elementary, currently a teacher at FUN Academy. He loves being sadistic on the job, and takes delight in making kids miserable. He is voiced by Dee Bradley Baker.

Norm the Genie


 "This is my evil laugh, I've been working on it for a little bit, what'd you think?"

A genie trapped in a lava lamp, he schemes to be free, and he doesn't care who he has to step on to get free. He is voiced and named after comedian Norm MacDonald.


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 Anti-Cosmo: Hey, that's cheating! I like it!

The evil counterparts of the fairies, opposite of them in every way. While fairies spread happiness, the anti-fairies delight in spreading bad luck, especially on Friday the 13th. Each fairy has an opposite among the anti-fairies, who hold the opposite character traits. They are lead by Anti-Cosmo. He and Anti-Wanda are voiced by Daran Norris and Susanne Blakeslee, respectively. Their newborn son, Foop, is voiced by Eric Bauza.


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 HP: Sanderson, I think this is the beginning of a beautiful new thirty-seven year plan.

A race of creatures who run everything like a business. Like the anti-fairies, they scheme to conquer the universe, but while the anti-fairies want to overrun it with bad luck, they wish to make everything boring. HP (Head Pixie) is the only pixie distinguishable from the lower workers. He is accompanied by his assistant Sanderson. All are voiced by Ben Stein.

Princess Mandie

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 "It's Man-DIE! And no one leaves me at the altar! NOBODY!"

Mark's forced fiancee, she's determined to marry the Yugopotamian prince, whether he wants it or not. She's drop dead gorgeous by human standards, but Yugopotamians find her repulsive. Voiced by Tara Strong.

The Darkness and the Eliminators

 "Timmy Turner..."

The villain of the "Wishology" trilogy, the Darkness is an ancient being that the fairies defeated thousands of years ago. Now he's returned with an army of robots known as the Eliminators. All are voiced by S. Scott Bullock, with the exception of the Lead Eliminator, who is instead voiced by Gary Sturgis.

  • Big Bad: The Darkness.
    • Until the Lead Eliminator transforms into the Destructinator and becomes at the very least another Big Bad
  • Big No: The Destructinator gets one after Timmy presses the detonator button that sets off all the bombs in the Earth...which he'd just absorbed.
  • Cool Shades: The Lead Eliminator.
  • The Dragon: The Lead Eliminator.
  • Healing Factor: The Elminators are able to repair themselves from a great deal of damage, including a few that were melted.
  • Hell-Bent for Leather: The Lead Eliminator.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Noticeably more frightening than most other villains. And the Lead Eliminator is pretty serious and frightening himself.
  • Lotus Eater Machine: The Darkness uses one in "Wishology" Part III.
  • Mega Manning: The Eliminators (or at the very least, the Lead Eliminator) can suck anything into their mouths and copy it. This is how the Lead Eliminator undergoes a One-Winged Angel transformation into the Destructinator after eating an entire army's worth of weaponry launched into him.
  • Mooks: The Eliminators.
  • Omnicidal Maniac: Subverted. The Darkness' rampage was only the result of it being attacked whenver it tries to make contact with a civilization. The Destructinator plays this straight though, being willing to obliterate the Earth to kill the Darkness and Timmy at the same time.
  • One-Winged Angel: The Lead Eliminator to The Destructinator.
  • Real Men Wear Pink: Two eliminators wear pink shirts.
  • Planet Eater: The Darkness is pretty much a living Black Hole that can eat entire planets, stars, you name it.
  • Shout-Out: The Eliminators are an obvious reference to The Terminator. Their introduction in "Wishology" Part I essentially recreates the T-1000's introduction in T-2: Judgment Day.
  • Surrounded by Idiots: The Lead Eliminator is noticeably more competent than his comrades.
  • Talking to Himself
  • Dark Is Not Evil: It is revealed that all the things the Darkness does is the result of everyone attacking him first.
  • Heel Face Turn
  • Hoist by His Own Petard: The Destructinator is destroyed when Timmy tricks him into absorbing the weapons he'd planted into the Earth to destroy the Darkness, then reveals he'd stolen the detonator and uses it to set them off and kill him.
  • Stalker with a Crush: All his actions in "Wishology" Part II and III are to capture Timmy and keep him forever, since he was the first creature to put something nice into him (i.e. light).
  • The Starscream: The Lead Eliminator, after deciding the Darkness' obsession with Timmy was getting in the way. While he never overthrows it, he does upgrade himself into the Destructinator and become a second Big Bad.

Ms. Sunshine/Doombringer

A substitute teacher who replaces Crocker in the the episode "No Substitute For Crazy". At first she act nice and sweet, quickly winning the favor of the students, Timmy wishes her to be their permanent teacher. But no sooner then this wish is granted, she reveals her true colors as yet another fairy hunter. Unlike Cocker however, she much more competent at the job. She last seen being carried away by a car but vows to return.

Hugh J. Magnate Jr.

A larger-than-life oil tycoon who is the Big Bad of the live-action movie. He comes to Dimmsdale to tear down the city's local park and build an oil well/hotel over it, which Tootie greatly opposes. When Timmy and the fairies foil his plan, he teams up with Mr. Crocker to capture the fairies and use them to fuel his own maniacal ambition. Portrayed by Steven Weber.

Other Characters

Mark Chang


 "You Earth children are not afraid of me? Or my straws?"

An alien prince from Yugopotamia and a former enemy of Timmy's. Now he's hiding out on Earth with Timmy's help to escape marrying Mandie. Voiced by Rob Paulsen.

King Gripullon and Queen Jipjorullac

 Jipjorullac: We wouldn't have to blow up all these planets if you'd just stop and ask for directions.

Grippulon: Silence! I am the king here!

Jipjorullac: ...King of getting lost.

Grippulon: Silence!

Mark's parents and the rulers of Yugopotamia. Despite being the rulers, they seem totally useless during emergencies, like the Gigglepie invasion or their son's runaway. They are voiced by Rob Paulsen and Laraine Newman, respectively.

Jeff and Erik

 Erik: Radioactive waste!

Jeff: Dude, that's the best kind of waste there is! My parents only got me medical waste!

Mark's two best friends from Yugopotamia. They accompanied Mark to Earth on occasion back when he was evil. Jeff (the tall one) is voiced by Carlos Alazraqui, Erik (the short one) by Butch Hartman. [Note: This entry applies to Yugopotamians in general as well.]

The Crimson Chin


 "There's evil afoot, I mean... a-chin!"

Timmy's favorite comic book superhero. Timmy sometimes enters the book to fight evil alongside him as Cleft, the Boy Chin Wonder. Voiced by Tonight Show host Jay Leno.

Crash Nebula

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 "Surrender, intergalactic scum!"

Timmy's favorite TV hero, he's an intergalactic hero that travels through space, thwarting evil. His adult self is voiced by Daran Norris, his child self, Sprig Speevack, is voiced by James Arnold Taylor.

Santa Claus

 "Hey ladies! How'd you like it to be Christmas every day?"

The saint of Christmas, Santa lives at the North Pole, distributing gifts to the good girls and boys on Christmas Eve. He is usually voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson.

The Holidays

 Easter Bunny: Thanks to your wish, we other holidays can never spread our joy to the children ever again.

The "second-rate" holidays who spread joy to the world and out jealous of Santa. Cupid and the April Fool are among their ranks. The Easter Bunny is voiced by Bobby Costanazo, Baby New Year by Kevin Michael Richardson (?), and Halloweeniedog by Dee Bradley Baker (?).

Turbo Thunder

The one chosen by the Fairy Council to be the chosen one, but he showed up late to the Darkness' first attack. He is hoping to defeat the Darkness to avenge his parents' death. He is voiced by Brendan Fraser.

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