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The Loud Siblings

Lincoln Loud

The middle child and only son in the Loud family, 11-year-old Lincoln is an average, geeky boy who constantly has to deal with living in a house with ten sisters. He is typically the show's voice of reason and moral compass among his family, if not a bit quick-witted and fun-loving himself.

Lori Loud

Voiced by: (English) Catherine Taber
Voiced by: (Latin America) Fernanda Robles
Voiced by: (Italian) Jolanda Granato

Leni Loud

Voiced by: (English) Liliana Mumy
Voiced by: (Latin America) Lupita Real
Voiced by: (Italian) Giuliana Atepi

The second oldest of the Loud sisters at 16 years old, she may not be the brightest of the bunch, but she more than makes up for it in beauty and kindness. Leni is an aspiring fashion designer.

Luna Loud

Voiced by: (English) Nika Futterman
Voiced by: (Latin America) Alicia Barragán
Voiced by: (Italian) Elena Perino

The third-from-oldest of the Loud sisters, 15-year-old Luna is a guitarist with dreams of being a rock star.

  • Adorkable: She's an energetic, rambunctious metalhead, yes, but she's also quite friendly. Helps that she has Youthful Freckles.
  • Affectionate Nickname: She herself goes by the alias "Lunes", which her father and Sam also address her by.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Though she's known for being a Cool Big Sis, and the elder Loud sister that Lincoln feels the closest to, Luna still has her moments where she's not afraid to use her fists.
  • Bi the Way: Starts as Ambiguously Bi- she falls head over heels for Hugh just like her sisters, but when Lincoln reveals his substitute teacher is Ms. Di Martino, she's the only one of the sisters who calls her "smokin'". In "Out on a Limo", she calls the woman through the drive-thru speaker "luv". It becomes less ambiguous in "L is for Love" when her crush, Sam, turns out to be a girl.
  • Boyish Short Hair: Luna sports a pixie cut and is one of the more tomboyish of the Loud girls. To drive it home, before she came to love rock and roll she used to let her hair grow out.
  • Brief Accent Imitation: She sometimes speaks in a British accent, probably to imitate the British rock stars she loves. Her challenge in "Undie Pressure" is not to do this (she compensates by doing a Swedish accent instead.) She does well until she discovers there's a contest featuring who can do the best British accent.
  • Broken Ace: She's good at playing music. Not so much when it comes to composing it as seen in "House Music".
  • Comedic Underwear Exposure: She splits her pants in "Making the Case".
  • Cool Big Sis: Fits this the best among the older Loud siblings due to her generally cool and kind nature, in comparison to the kind but dim Leni and the more abrasive Lori.
  • Cool Bike: Modified Leni's old bike into a chopper complete with a side-car before passing it along to Luan.
  • Dark Is Not Evil: Wears a dark rocker outfit yet is one of the nicer Loud siblings.

Luan Loud

Voiced by: (English) Cristina Pucelli
Voiced by: (Latin America) Leyla Rangel
Voiced by: (Italian) Irene Multari

The fourth-from-oldest of the Loud sisters, 14-year-old Luan has a fondness for comedy and practical jokes. She's an aspiring comedian who often gets on the nerves of others with her tomfoolery. While far less mature and down-to-earth than the others, Luan means well and has a good heart.

Lynn Loud Jr.

Voiced by: (English) Jessica DiCicco
Voiced by: (Latin America) Montserrat Mendoza
Voiced by: (Italian) Giada Bonanomi

The fifth-from-oldest of the Loud sisters at 13 years old, Lynn is very energetic and always up for sports. While a good person at heart, Lynn still has prominent tendencies of violent roughhousing and abrasiveness.

Lucy Loud

Voiced by: (English) Jessica DiCicco
Voiced by: (Latin America) Mireya Mendoza
Voiced by: (Italian) Gea Riva

The fourth-from-youngest of the Loud sisters, 8-year-old Lucy is a gloomy goth girl with an interest in Gothic poetry.

  • Adorkable: In "Back in Black", where she develops a crush on Rocky and acts incredibly awkward around him. Her trying to act like a normal girl is even more gawky.
  • Aloof Big Sister: Inverted to her older siblings and played straight to her younger siblings. She's rather distant and reserved.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other:
    • Has almost nothing in common with Lynn, but still misses her company whenever they argue, admitting to being unable to sleep without her nearby tossing a ball around in "Space Invader".
    • She most often smiles when Lincoln, who is often creeped out by her, does something for her and the others, and usually repays his kindness such as when she made a comic book for him for standing up for her in "Sleuth or Consequences". In "Suite and Sour", she's happy to go ghost hunting with him.
  • Big Brother Worship: Downplayed. While she has her own conflicts with Lincoln and will never hesitate to call him out when he messes up, Lucy does on occasion display a level of respect and admiration for her older brother not seen from the other younger sisters. For example, going solely to him for opinion on her poems and admiring the fact that he can tolerate being humiliated by their siblings unlike herself.

Lana Loud

Voiced by: (English) Grey DeLisle
Voiced by: (Latin America) Karen Vallejo
Voiced by: (Italian) Jolanda Granato

The third youngest of the Loud sisters alongside her twin Lola, 6-year-old Lana is a scrappy tomboy, a talented handyman, and fancier of all things yucky.

  • Annoying Younger Sibling: Usually this to Lincoln due to being messy.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: She and Lola can get along sometimes like practicing to be hall monitors in "Get the Message".
    • They both cry about a basement ghost in "Left in the Dark".
    • They're both fascinated by Frank, Lincoln's class tarantula.
    • Lola allows Lana to keep the crown she won at a beauty pageant after she poses as her, due to her managing to win despite not acting like a girl.
    • "Patching Things Up" is basically an episode devoted to show that, in spite of their differences, the twins are very close to each other. They end up deliberately failing their final badge tests in the Bluebell Scouts trials so one of them wouldn't have to be in the Bluebells without the other.
    • They dance and have fun together during the party in "Party Down".
    • In some episodes, even if they are not not main focus, there are scenes in which they are shown playing together, such as in "Shell Shock" when they act as if "the floor is lava" or at the beginning of "Potty Mouth".
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Lana is nice, though she is no pushover.
  • Big Little Sister: She's a few minutes older than her twin sister Lola but Lola is a little taller than she is. Though that's probably because Lola wears high heels.
  • Blue Is Heroic: She wears denim blue, in contrast to Lola's feminine pink, and is a protagonist.
  • Childish Tooth Gap: Lana is missing her two front teeth and is quite rambunctious.
  • Child Prodigy: Not to Lisa's level, but Lana is only six and yet she is the family's go-to handyman and an expert on mechanics.
  • Comedic Underwear Exposure: Lana is forced to flee the bathroom with her overalls down after being ambushed by Lisa in "Snow Bored".
  • Crazy-Prepared: As a handyman, she always has her tools on her person, even packing a snow shovel inside her dress in "Toads and Tiaras" even though it was not winter. She also had a stash of wood ready for Lincoln to board up his room during Luan's rampage in "April Fools Rules"; her recommendation is mahogany.
  • Everyone Has Standards: When Lincoln offers her a peanut butter and sauerkraut sandwich, she refuses, saying that's too gross even for her.
  • Extreme Omnivore: Will happily eat discarded food from either the trash or the ground, as well as live bugs and worms. She will even opt to catch fish with her bare hands just so she can eat the worms herself.
  • Filthy Fun: Often plays in the mud.
  • Foil: To Lola in terms of feminity and kindness.
  • Friend to All Living Things: Her Q&A states she wants to be a plumber/veterinarian/steam fitter, her super power of choice is talking to animals, and part of her perfect day includes saving an animal from a tree and her chore is cleaning up after the pets.
    • In "Ruthless People", she even objects to the extermination of termites.
  • Friend to Bugs: Zigzagged. Sometimes she makes friends with bugs, sometimes she eats them.
  • Gasshole: As revealed by Lola in "Brawl in the Family", she often sleep-farts so loudly that it blocks the sound of snoring.
  • Girlish Pigtails: Though she's not very traditionally girly at all.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: She's blonde and the nicer one of the twins.
  • Hidden Depths: Her palette might be generally yucky, but a throwaway line she shouts in "Fed Up", (specifically, while all kids shout out that they want pizza, she can instead be heard saying, "Indian!") she might actually have a taste for exotic cuisine.
  • Hot-Blooded: Played straight. Lana gets pumped up quickly.
  • Ironic Name: Her name means "attractive" or "peaceful", which she is in fact, not.
  • Ms Fix It: Knows how to fix many things, including cars, toilets, and TVs.
  • Never Bareheaded: She's almost never seen without a hat on her head, mostly her red baseball cap. When she has to wear another, she wears it over her current one, as shown when she wore tiaras over her hat. She even sometimes wears her hat to bed.
    • The only times so far she was seen bareheaded was in a picture at the start of the pilot short, throughout much of "Toads and Tiaras", and when she sleeps/is in her pyjamas.
  • Nice Girl: Typically very kind and fun-loving despite her rough and messy manner, and much more laid back compared to Lola. One of the ways Lola and her are Polar Opposite Twins.
  • Nice Hat: A red baseball cap.
  • Nose Nuggets: She's a nose-picker.
  • Outdoorsy Gal: She spends a lot of time playing outdoors.
  • Oral Fixation: She really loves bubble gum. So much that she'll even chew old pieces that she dug out of the garbage. Then again, she likes digging through the garbage in general, so maybe that part is more indicative of her messiness than her love of gum.
  • Perpetual Smiler: You hardly ever see her frown.
  • The Pig Pen: Again, she likes digging through garbage. Cleanliness is not high on her priorities list.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: With Lola, being the mess-obsessed tomboy to Lola's beauty-obsessed girly girl. This proves to be an obstacle when she attempts to pose as Lola in a beauty pageant.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: In "Toads and Tiaras", while impersonating Lola at a beauty pageant, she wears one of her sister's gowns and does another hairstyle. She actually looks gorgeous. Even she ends up admitting that she kinda likes the "sparkly towel".
  • Toilet Humour: Often part of jokes about poop, mud, snot, etc.
  • Token Religious Teammate: She was the only one seen praying before bed in "Fool's Paradise."
  • Tomboy: Duh. Her interests, such as engineering and messy play, are stereotypically associated with boys.
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: The dirt-loving tomboy to Lola's girly girl.
  • Tomboyish Baseball Cap: Wears a backwards baseball cap and is what some might describe as a "tomboy".
  • Tomboyish Voice: Her voice is rather raspy and boyish for a six-year-old kid.
  • Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Not as prominent as her sister's Girly Girl with a Tomboy Streak, but she does end up liking wearing a dress in "Toads and Tiaras".
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Known to be quite keen on eating snot and ABC gum.
  • Why Did It Have to Be Snakes?: She's scared of heights.
  • Wrench Wench: Likes to fix cars.

Lola Loud

Voiced by: (English) Grey DeLisle
Voiced by: (Latin America) Karen Vallejo
Voiced by: (Italian) Monica Volpe

The third youngest of the Loud sisters alongside her twin sister Lana, 6-year-old Lola is, in stark contrast to her twin, a dainty, bratty, hot-tempered fashionista who dresses in pageant attire and regularly competes in beauty pageants.

  • Accidental Public Confession: Lola reveals that she reads Luan's diary in "No Laughing Matter", before having a Did I Just Say That Out Loud? reaction.
  • Ambidextrous Sprite: Her side swept bangs tend to switch their direction often.
  • Ambiguous Disorder: She tends to lash out at people for petty offenses, even ones that aren't aimed at her, in a very distressing manner. Whatever the case, it's very indicative that she might be showing early signs of childhood antisocial personality disorder.
    • On a lighter note, "Read Aloud" implies that she may have some form of dyslexia, as she is literally the only Loud family member who has problems with reading.
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: She is usually this to Lincoln due to blackmailing.
  • The Atoner: Becomes this in "A Tattler's Tale" when she blackmails all her siblings into spending time with her by threatening to spill their secrets, only to go to her parents and take the fall for all of them when they threaten to spill hers, realizing she hadn't earned their trust and instead chose to work for it. It works and she's finally allowed to join their secret club meets.
  • Attention Deficit... Ooh, Shiny!: Pretty things like glitter apparently trigger this reaction from her.
  • Aww, Look! They Really Do Love Each Other: She and Lana can get along sometimes like practicing to be hall monitors in "Get the Message".
    • They both cry about a basement ghost in "Left in the Dark".
    • They both like Frank, Lincoln's class tarantula.
    • When Lana poses as her and wins a beauty pageant despite acting like herself instead of Lola, she allows her to keep the crown that she won.
    • "Patching Things Up" is basically an episode devoted to show that, in spite of their differences, the twins are very close to each other. They end up deliberately failing their final badge tests in the Bluebell Scouts trials so one of them wouldn't have to be in the Bluebells without the other.
    • They dance and have fun together during the party in "Party Down".
    • In some episodes, even if they are not not main focus, there are scenes in which they are shown playing together, such as in "Shell Shock" when they act as if "the floor is lava" or at the beginning of "Potty Mouth".
  • Ax Crazy: Downplayed. She becomes this when pushed to the point of anger. So look out.
  • Badass Adorable: Lola has the cuteness of a typical little girl, but isn't afraid to exhibit an Ax Crazy side if the plot demands it.

Lisa Loud

The second youngest of the Loud sisters at 4 years old, Lisa is a prodigy who is usually invested in research, projects, and experiments.

  • Child Prodigy: She's barely enough to be in kindergarten and she regularly gives lectures at an local college. She's also talented in chemistry and mathematics.

Lily Loud

The youngest of Lincoln and his sisters at only 15-months-old, baby Lily, while normally very playful and cheery, is notorious for her hazardously toxic-smelling dirty diapers.

  • The Baby of the Bunch: Literally-speaking—she's the youngest of her siblings at just over a year old.
  • Baby See Baby Do:
    • Zigzagged in "Potty Mouth". Lily says, "Dannit!" and her older siblings think she meant "dammit" (aka the "D-word"), and think that she is copying them because all of them (except Lucy and Luan) once said the D-word in front of her. They try to recreate the accidents without swearing to have her imitate that instead. Later, it's revealed that she was trying to say, "doughnut" because she wanted a doughnut. She does say a real swear (bleeped) but that's never stated to stem from copying. At one point, she also imitates Lana singing Jingle Bells.
    • In "Room With a Feud", Lily copies Lori's "literally" tic.
    • In "Changing the Baby", Lily's older siblings try and get Lily to copy them so they'll have someone who shares their interests.
  • Baby Talk: Due to her young age, she mainly just babbles and says things like "Poo-poo" or "Linky".

Parents

Lynn & Rita Loud

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