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Miley Ray Stewart / Hannah Montana
- Played by: Miley CyrusVoiced by: Samantha Dominguez (Latin-American Spanish dub), Ryoko Shiraishi (Japanese dub)
Miley/Hannah provides examples of the following tropes:
- Adorkable: Much of the show's success can be attributed to Miley Cyrus' bright and energetic personality combined with her goofy mannerisms and a total willingness to look foolish on camera.
- Annoying Younger Sibling: To Jackson.
- Balloon Belly: In "Uptight (Oliver's Alright)", she and Lily/Lola eat too many sweets at Tracy's "Sweet 16" Party, and they both get fatter as a result.Lola: Hey, where's Oliver anyway? I can't see him.Hannah: (looks at her stomach) I can't see my belt.
- Bound and Gagged: "Torn Between Two Hannahs".
- Brainy Brunette: In contrast to her friend Lilly's Dumb Blonde.
- Catchphrase: Miley has a ton of 'em.
- The following she shares with her family and others:
- "Sweet niblets!"
- "Dang flabbit!"
- The following are uniquely Miley's:
- "TVTropeseditorsaywhat?": Replace everything before the "what?" with a description of the person and/or context of the moment, said in a single breath.
- "Mud crunkies!"
- "Ya think?": Occasionally used by other characters, but usually when talking to Miley.
- The following she shares with her family and others:
- Clark Kenting: All Miley has to do to be Hannah is put on a wig. This was even lampshaded by Jackson in one episode while watching Superman.
- Cool Loser:
- An attractive, trendy, hip, charismatic girl who would turn heads everywhere she goes in Real Life somehow secured the bottom spot on the (published) popularity list. Justified beacuse that list was made by two Alpha Bitch girls who openly hate Miley and her friend Lilly.
- Miley Cyrus mentions in many interviews, as well as in her 2009 book of memoirs, Miles To Go, that prior to auditioning for Hannah, bullies in school would torment her and ridicule her and her famous father, even locking Miley in the girls' bathroom in between classes at one time, often for reasons not too different from how Miley Stewart is ostracized in-universe.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: Not as much as Lilly, but she has her clumsy moments. She also describes herself as such in the second episode.Miley: What about the time I tripped in the biology lab and spilled frog juice all over you?Oliver: Oh Right, mum made me take off my pants in the school parking lot.Miley: Or when we were at Andrew's birthday party and you accidentally knocked me into the pool in your one-man stampede for the cake?
- Deadpan Snarker: In practically every episode — especially after the first season. She's cute, she's funny, she can be downright obnoxious. It's why the audience can comfortably laugh at her when the Zany Scheme invariably backfires.
- Didn't Think This Through: Miley fails her driving test and doesn't want to wait for two weeks as required by DMV regulations before retaking the test so she takes it as her alter ego. It doesn't occur to her that "Miley" can't use "Hannah's" license until she has to show it to a cop.
- Easily Forgiven: The girl can't seem to get into any kind of trouble that lasts beyond the end of the episode.
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Responsible to Jackson's Foolish.
- Genki Girl: Again, less so than Lilly, but she still has a very energetic attitude, including her pop-star persona.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Lilly.
- Idol Singer: Both on the show and in Real Life.
- Living a Double Life: A normal teenage girl who has a secret life as a successful popstar.
- Missing Mom: Miley and Jackson's mother died some time prior to the pilot. She does appear in a few episodes (played by Brooke Shields), in dream sequences.
- Naïve Everygirl: Outside of her secret identity as Hannah, Miley is just a normal, relatable teenage girl.
- Ordinary High-School Student: Anything can happen in this world...
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Fooled the world for 6 YEARS by just putting on a wig. Her own two best friends didn't even find out until she revealed it to them herself.
- Platonic Life-Partners: With Oliver.
- Secret Identity: Some episodes of the show revolve around Miley trying to keep people from learning she is Hannah Montana. Example: Miley tried to get the money to buy a phone by taking a bad picture of herself as Hannah and sell it to a tabloid but realized that she was wearing her necklace emblazoned with the word "Miley" after giving away the picture and had to find a way to get it back. Lilly and Oliver adopted their own secret identities as well. Finally averted from "I'll Always Remember You" onward.
- Secret Relationship: In what is no doubt a nod to the secret relationship in Star Wars, when Jake and Miley are secretly dating they use the code-names Anakin and Queen Amidala.
- Sibling Rivalry: She frequently tends to make fun of or be mean to Jackson, even when unprovoked.
- ¡Three Amigos!: With Lilly and Oliver.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly girl to Lilly's tomboy, but Lilly grew out of her tomboy phase afterwards.
- Tsundere: Towards Jake Ryan. When they first meet, she treats him with disdain, calling his antics "disgusting" and turning him down three times when he asks her to a dance. It isn't until Hannah guest stars on Jake's TV show and they almost kiss during a scene that she realizes - or admits to herself - that she actually likes him. Some could argue that she feels the same about Mikayla but it was never canonized.
Lillian "Lilly" Truscott / Lola Luftnagle
Lilly Truscott has been Miley's best friend since the fifth grade. She began the series as a tomboyish skater girl who showed some signs of becoming more traditionally feminine. As the series progressed, she eventually outgrew her skater persona, and became progressively more girly.Lilly accidentally discovers Miley's secret in the pilot episode, and thus later adopts her own alter-ego, viz: Lola Luftnagle, International Jet-Setter, so she could accompany Hannah to concerts and events.Lilly has been best friends with Oliver Oken since preschool, when she held his hand because he had the 64-pack of crayons with the sharpener. Halfway through Season 3, they became a couple.
Lilly provides example of the following tropes:
- Adorkable: Especially in the earlier "skater girl" years. She has many Adorkable moments throughout the series, due to her awkwardness, emotions, and excitable personality.
- Anime Hair: Usually when she's in her Lola disguise. This was lampshaded twice.
- Balloon Belly:
- Her midsection definitely gets rounder after eating sweets like crazy in "No Sugar, Sugar".
- Another example is the episode's remake; she does look like she gained weight, but it's debatable if she actually gained weight or if she stuffed food down her shirt. Judging by the fact that she was seen playing with her girth at one point, the former is implied."I spent the entire night devouring everything Oliver looked at! I've eaten my entire body weight in cupcakes alone!"
- Big Eater: Skinny as she is, one wonders where she puts it all.
- Blind Without 'Em: Lilly can't tell a person from a post without her contacts.
- Catchphrase: Distinctive more in the way she says them that the words themselves:
- "Aw, man!"
- Childhood Friend Romance: With Oliver.
- Cloudcuckoolander: She's a bit spacey in an Adorkable way.
- Cool Loser: Lilly qualifies under the same criteria as Miley.
- Cute Clumsy Girl: She's even more clumsy than Miley, despite being very athletic.
- Deadpan Snarker: Lilly tends to fall into this role, and in fact in some episodes (such as the one where Miley and Jackson were thought to be dating) basically spends the entire episode making snarky comments.
- Dumb Blonde: Definitely not as smart as Miley.
- Everybody Hates Mathematics: Lilly was desperate enough at one point to pretend to be Rico's girlfriend in order to get tutoring.
- Genki Girl: Especially in her early tomboy days, she is extremely extroverted and excitable.
- Girliness Upgrade: When she first showed up, she was a skateboard riding tomboy and by the end she's as girly as Hannah.
- Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Miley.
- Hollywood Tone-Deaf: Emily Osment is a talented singer pursuing a music career of her own. Lilly Truscott, on the other hand, has absolutely zero sense of pitch or volume control, or rhythm.
- Hot-Blooded: She's very lively and impulsive.
- Inelegant Blubbering: She is all about this trope when she cries.
- Large Ham: Probably the hammiest character on the show, although she's only marginally worse than the others.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Masculine Girl to Oliver's Feminine Boy.
- Medium Awareness: Lilly seems to be developing this in Season 3, when she can not only predict a daydream, but also points out to Miley where on screen it will be appearing.
- Morality Chain: Often, Lilly is the only thing reigning in Miley's diva-ness.
- Nice Hat: In the first season she's usually seen wearing a lot of hats.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Garish outfits and candy-colored wigs practically guaranteed to draw attention to the fact that she's wearing what amounts to a costume. Though it doesn't make it any easier for people to tell who she is.
- Relationship Upgrade: Lilly and Oliver became a couple in mid-Season 3.
- Secret Identity: Lola Luftnagle, International Jet-Setter, complete with high-improbable backstory.
- Secret Relationship: Subverted. Lilly and Oliver thought Miley would wig out at the news of their relationship, so they decided to ease her into it. They managed to keep it secret for all of about five minutes.
- Series Continuity Error: Two of the most egregious examples pertain directly to Lilly:
- Lilly's birthday, which was implied in The Movie to be in the summer, but came around again just seven months later in "Can't Get Home to You Girl".
- In one episode, Lilly spectacularly butchers the pronunciation of "empanada" (so as to rhyme with "Canada") but in another episode, is taking AP Spanish, and able to tutor another girl in exchange for her math tutoring services.
- She Cleans Up Nicely: Both played straight and subverted in the episode, "You Are So Sue-able To Me". When Lilly's crush Matt asks her to the school dance, Miley convinces Lilly to get a Girliness Upgrade to impress him. When Lilly later shows up at school with her new look, she has quite a few guys drooling over her, but then she gets stood up by Matt. It turns out he preferred her tomboy look.
- Sidekick: At one point Lilly refers to herself as such saying that she's just a sidekick who needs to learn to say no. She almost never does.
- Stalker with a Crush: Lilly's got it bad for Orlando Bloom, and takes her stalking to near-pathological levels in her Lola persona.
- Tomboy and Girly Girl: Before her Girliness Upgrade she was the tomboy to Miley's girly girl.
- Tomboyish Baseball Cap: Before her Girliness Upgrade.
- Tomboy with a Girly Streak: Despite being somewhat of a tomboy, Lilly is also seen to be very concerned about her appearance.
Jackson Rod Stewart
Jackson Stewart is Miley's two-years-older brother. He's shown to be greedy, selfish, irresponsible, lazy, socially-awkward, and unhygienic. However, he's also genuinely kind and compassionate, and stands by his friends and family when it really counts.Jackson has had a number of best friends over the years, some of whom have disappeared without explanation or further mention. He seems to have something of a best friend relationship with Oliver, and a frenemy relationship with his boss' son, Rico.
Jackson provides examples of the following tropes:
- Abhorrent Admirer: He spent an entire episode trying to lose the affections of "Saint" Sarah.
- Book Dumb: He's obviously not stupid, but he gets horrible grades.
- Butt-Monkey: Often the butt of the jokes.
- Can't Get Away with Nuthin': Frequently disproportionately punished for infractions that would rate, at most, a stern talking-to for Miley.
- Casanova Wannabe: Jackson tries every cheesy pickup line and crazy scheme in the book to get girls.
- Dumbass Teenage Son: He comes off as this frequently, though he's more Book Dumb than anything.
- Easy Amnesia: Given to Jackson by a bump on the head from a fight with Miley. Subverted when said amnesia turns out to be fake, a joke played on Miley by Jackson and Robbie Ray to teach her a lesson about fighting with her brother (Jackson is promised a car for playing along).
- Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The Foolish to Miley's Responsible.
- G-Rated Drug: Jackson developed a chocolate addiction while attempting to break Rico of his.
- Hidden Depths: Jackson will loudly proclaim at every opportunity how disappointed he is that Robbie Ray had a second child, or how much he resents Hannah Montana taking precedence over any of his own plans — especially because Miley never lets him forget it. However, when push comes to shove and Miley really needs his support, Jackson will sacrifice anything — even his own happiness — to protect his sister's hopes and dreams.
- Hollywood Dateless: Jackson is portrayed as a uncouth, socially-awkward loser who couldn't get a date if his life depended on it. This in spite of the fact that he takes a different girl out every third episode, and has even had a few random women come on to him (usually when he's not trying to be charming).
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He cares for Miley deep down.
- Master of Disguise: Jackson posed as a health inspector to get Mamaw Stewart fired as the school lunch lady. His cover was only blown when his wax nose melted.
- Missing Mom: Miley and Jackson's mother died some time prior to the pilot. She does appear in a few episodes (played by Brooke Shields), in dream sequences.
- The Obi-Wannabe: In one episode, Hannah has found that kids will emulate just about everything she does, and is afraid to ever express her opinions or preferences on television. As such, Robbie Ray enlists Jackson to school her in the fine art of obfuscation. Of course, it backfires horribly, and Hannah ends up delivering the episode's Aesop about being yourself instead.
- The Pig Pen: He's very messy and sometimes disgusting.
- Plucky Comic Relief: He's often the comic relief of the series, making jokes, making people get hurt, and dancing silly.
- Start My Own: In one episode, he gets fed up with the greedy practices at Rico's Surf Shop, and quits his job there so he can open a rival beachfront establishment.
- Stylistic Suck: Jackson puts on his A-game when he appears on America's Top Talent as "Bucky Kentucky".
- Teens Are Short: Jackson is only 5'5". His sister outgrew him by the end of the series.
- Throw the Dog a Bone: After his failed relationships with other girls throughout the series, Jackson finally gets a long term girlfriend in season 4, a bikini model named Siena.
- The Unfavorite: Lampshaded with gusto by Mamaw Stewart, who overcompensates by spoiling Jackson and ignoring Miley. Subverted late in the series by Jackson revealing that he's intentionally made himself this, since he finds that his life gets easier the less Robbie Ray want anything to do with him.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Jackson has this sort of relationship with Rico.
- With Friends Like These...: With Rico.
Oliver Oscar Oken / Mike Stanley III
Oliver Oken has been Miley's best guy friend since the fifth grade, and Lilly's since preschool. He endures a fair amount of verbal and physical abuse from both girls. Oliver fancies himself a smooth operator, and suffers frequent blows to his ego. As of mid-Season 3, he is dating Lilly, and is well on his way to a music career of his own.(Tropes pertaining to Oliver's relationship with Lilly can be found under her character entry, and will not be repeated).
Oliver provides examples of the following tropes:
- Acquired Situational Narcissism: Though no stranger to the occasional bout of egocentrism, Oliver takes it to Jerkass levels after appearing on America's Top Talent, acquiring his own Groupie Brigade, and very nearly scuttling his relationship with Lilly.
- Adorkable: He's much more socially awkward than either Miley or Lilly.
- Alliterative Name: Oliver Oken. His middle name is Oscar.
- Berserk Button: Do not, I repeat, do not call Lilly stupid within earshot of Oliver!
- Butt-Monkey: Similarly to Jackson, he's often picked on or made fun of.
- Casanova Wannabe: Oliver was turned down by the entire girls' softball team (who even hired a skywriter to drive the point home). That said, he's dated hotties such as Becca Weller, Joannie Palumbo, and of course, Lilly.
- Catchphrase: "Frickyfrickyfresh." and "Wickywickyword. Respect!"
- Childhood Friend Romance: With Lilly.
- Cool Loser: To a lesser degree of "cool" than Miley and Lilly.
- Demoted to Extra: In Season 4.
- Egg Sitting: Oliver and Sarah do this in "My Boyfriend's Jackson and There's Gonna be Trouble"
- Idol Singer: By the end of Season 3, Oliver has been on national TV and is ready to go on a concert tour.
- Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Feminine Boy to Lilly's Masculine Girl.
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Oliver's consists of a fake goatee and some hip-hop clothes.
- Platonic Life-Partners: With Miley, and with Lilly before their Relationship Upgrade.
- Pretty Fly for a White Guy: Oliver tries to incorporate far too much hip-hop culture into his persona.
- Relationship Upgrade: With Lilly.
- Secret Identity: Mic Stand... Mic Stan... ley... The 3rd. Oh, I mean Mike Stanley III, a moniker he came up with very much off-the-cuff.
- Secret Relationship:
- Subverted. Lilly and Oliver thought Miley would wig out at the news of their relationship, so they decided to ease her into it. They managed to keep it secret for all of about five minutes.
- Also subverted when the school nurse has a conversation with Lilly and Miley that makes it sound like she's having an affair with Oliver, though it turns out she's actually talking about him having diabetes. The girls are appropriately horrified, though they'd have a harder time getting away with this joke had the genders been reversed.
- Small Name, Big Ego: He's often overconfident, especially when it comes to flirting.
- Soap Opera Disease: Type I diabetes, mentioned in exactly one episode.
- Stalker with a Crush: Oliver was one to Hannah until he found out who she really was.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: Oliver seems to have this sort of relationship with most of his friends.
Rico is the owner's son, and de facto manager, of Rico's Surf Shop, a beachfront establishment that sells mediocre, overpriced food and merchandise. Rico is a bona fide genius, particularly in math and science, and isn't shy about it. He's in the same class as Miley, Lilly and Oliver, despite being several years younger. He has, at various times, been both a frenemy and employer to both Jackson and Oliver.
Rico provides examples of the following tropes:
- Always Someone Better: His cousin Angus.
- Big Bad: Closest this show has to one.
- Bratty Half-Pint: A snarky 11 year old Jerkass.
- Catchphrase: Rico has quite a few:
- "Hey-O!" his standard greeting, as well as his response to a good burn.
- "Hiya, toots!"
- Child Prodigy: He starts out as one, eventually aging into a Teen Genius. He is in the same class as Miley and Lilly, despite being three years younger.
- Creepy Child: He's disturbingly twisted and manipulative for someone his age.
- Deadpan Snarker: Being a condescending and bratty Mouthy Kid, this trope is pretty much obvious.
- Disney Owns This Trope: He owns his Evil Laugh and has the exclusive North American rights to his "Hey-O!"
- Evil Laugh: Even when texting!
- Face–Heel Revolving Door: You'd think he'd be dizzy by now.
- Good with Numbers: He can do complex equations in his head.
- Insufferable Genius: He skipped three grade levels, has an eidetic memory, and is a Jerkass who believes anyone less intelligent than he (read: everyone) is his to manipulate.
- Jerkass: Has a bratty and obnoxious personality, and is also rather manipulative.
- Jerk With A Heart Of Jerk: Rico has been known to do right by people, but usually only when it serves his own interests.
- Manipulative Bastard: Rico uses his money, brains and/or influence to put other people down, or blackmail them into doing something they do not want to do.
- Mouthy Kid: He wouldn't be Rico without his smart-ass comments.
- Pet the Dog: Rico does manage, on rare occasions, to do something truly altruistic.
- Playing Cyrano: When Lilly and Oliver's relationship is on the rocks, Rico finds that Oliver's moping is bad for business. In order to shut him up and bring the customers back, Rico helps mend their relationship by sending Lilly a love letter in Oliver's name.
- Promotion to Opening Titles: Moises Arias, as of Season 2.
- Reality Ensues: We find out in multiple episodes that his manipulative personality and his arrogance leave him without friends and that no one likes him.
- Token Evil Teammate: The nastiest in the main cast.
- Token Minority: Subverted with Rico. He may be the only Latino in an otherwise monochrome cast, but he subverts the TV stereotype of Latinos by being intelligent, wealthy, and motivated.
- Vitriolic Best Buds: With Jackson. Type 2.
- With Friends Like These...: With Jackson.
- Young Entrepreneur: Rico's dad gave him the business, but Rico knows how to keep it profitable.
Robbie Ray Stewart
Robbie Ray Stewart is the father of Miley and Jackson. Once a chart-topping country music sensation himself, Robbie Ray has shifted his career toward writing songs for and the full-time management of Hannah Montana. He's a colorful hillbilly (though not as colorful as his relatives, some of whom have been seen, but most only referred to) who's been softened quite a bit by his luxurious life in Southern California. He tries to be an overall responsible and caring parent, but can't seem to help showing at least some favoritism toward Miley.
Robbie Ray provides examples of the following tropes:
- Adam Westing: Robbie plays his own Captain Ersatz.
- Always Identical Twins: Has a brother named Bobby.
- Big Eater: Leading to some people, including the President, teasing him about his waistline.
- Catchphrase: He shares most of his with his kids, with the exception of "What in the Sam Heck?"
- Deadpan Snarker: He has his moments, particularly with Dontzig or when his kids get out of line or he has to play Papa Wolf.
- Easy Amnesia: Robbie Ray was in on the plot to fool Miley into thinking Jackson had amnesia.
- '80s Hair: He wants his mullet back!
- Paper-Thin Disguise: Robbie's consists of a mustache and a hat.
- Parental Favoritism: Towards Miley naturally. The show does make it clear that he loves Jackson too, he just gets along with Miley better.
- Porn Stache: Robbie dons one in his stage persona.
- Pungeon Master: Robbie Ray constantly makes puns.
- The Scrooge: Despite being filthy-stinkin'-rich from both his own and his daughter's record sales, Robbie Ray is notoriously, if a bit selectively, tight with a penny.
- Secret Identity: When on Hannah business, Robbie resumes his stage persona of Robbie Ray (real imaginative).
- Selective Enforcement: Robbie's scales of justice are clearly tipped in favor of Miley. However, he's not above inflicting a Cool and Unusual Punishment on Miley whenever she goes too far. One time in particular, Miley used her Hannah Montana persona to get her driver's license to be able to drive to a party, which resulted in her getting arrested. Robbie punished her by driving to the party anyway, and then announcing with a megaphone that "Hey everybody, this is Miley Stewart's daddy dropping her off at the party because she didn't get her driver's license". Punishments don't get much more cool and unusual than that.
Amber and AshleyTwo mean popular girls who are classmates and rivals to Miley and Lilly.
- Alliterative Name: Amber Addison
- Alpha Bitch: Both are typical school divas. Amber appears to be the dominant mean girl, while Ashley is her sidekick.
- Asian Airhead: Ashley fits the stereotype (Amber on the other hand is black).
- Beta Bitch: Ashley to Amber.
- Brainless Beauty: Averted with Amber who isn't a ditz, however her friend Ashley plays the trope straight.
- Catch-Phrase: (in unison) "Oooh! Tsss!"
- Freudian Excuse: In one episode it's revealed that Amber used to be a nerdy girl with glasses who was bullied all the time as a kid.
- Those Two Bad Guys: Or bad girls, in this case. They always appear together and both are usually just Satellite Characters.
Susan StewartMiley's deceased mother. She is mentioned throughout the series and appears in flashbacks. Any episode that has her as a plot point is a Tear Jerker or Crowning Moment of Heartwarming waiting to happen.
- Alliterative Name
- Posthumous Character: Died before the events of the show, though we see her in ways like home videos and, in one case, Miley dreaming about her before a major surgery.
Jake RyanMiley's on again, off again boyfriend. One of her most notable boyfriends. He is a teen actor who represents the celebrity life Miley lives through Hannah. He is prone to breaking up with Miley, and making up with her. They break up for good when he flat out cheats on Miley.
- All Girls Want Bad Boys: Is a heartthrob for many girls due to his action show "Zombie High"
- Chronic Break Up Disorder: He and Miley's relationship is constantly on the rocks, with them breaking up for multiple reasons then getting back together.
- Jerk with a Heart of Gold: He's the stereotypical "full of himself" Hollywood star, but he's still a nice guy most of the time.
- Ungrateful Bastard: After Miley finds herself in a romantic triangle with Jake and Jesse, after some thinking, she picks Jake, and how does he repay her ? He cheats on her. Of course, she goes back to Jesse.
- Your Cheating Heart: What causes him and Miley to break up for good.
JesseMiley's final love interest in the series. At first he isn't aware of her secret, but finds out eventually. At one point, Miley finds herself in a love triangle with him and Jake Ryan. She picks Jake, but after he cheats on her, and some thinking, she gets back together with Jesse around the end of the series.
- Disappeared Dad: His father is currently serving in Afghanistan.
- The Scapegoat: After he found out Miley's secret, there was a point where he kisses Miley on stage, with her Hannah wig on. He is accused of two timing Miley, until she reveals her secret to the world on the Jay Leno show.
SienaJackson's bikini model girlfriend (something he is proud of) in season 4. They start out as friends but they grow close over a short time. She also finds out Miley's secret.
Albert DontzigThe Stewarts rich neighbor. He has an ongoing rivalry with Robbie and Jackson. He is not above taking advantage of people's generosity and is a very competitive man.
- Fat Bastard: He's an overweight and very rude man who takes every opportunity to complain to Robby Ray about some petty thing like the Stewarts's leaves falling into his pool.
- Jerkass: Decidedly unpleasant. His niece visiting in one episode shows that it apparently runs in the family.
- Sitcom Arch-Nemesis
RoxieMiley's bodyguard when she's in the role of Hannah Montana. An ex-Marine, she is known to be extremely protective of Miley, to the point of ludicrousness.
Characters from the movie
- Played by: Lucas TillVoiced by: Edson Matus (Latin-American Spanish dub), Mamoru Miyano (Japanese dub)
- Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Doesn't appear or is mentioned in the show. Justified, he lives and Crowley Corners and Miley live in L.A
- What the Hell, Hero?: Calls Miley a liar after he finds out her secret.
- Unlucky Childhood Friend: Has had a crush on Miley since they were little, but doesn't appear again after the movie and Jesse and Miley hook up.
Oswald GrangerThe Paparazzo who works for Bon Chic, he is the one following Miley around on the tip that Hannah Montana's home town is Crowley Corners.
- Heel Realization : He decides it's best not to be a paparazzo if his job hurts people.
LoreliRobbie's own love interest. She seems pretty connected to the towns chamber of calmers, because she could set anyone up with a meeting with the Mayor. She and Robbie break up when he had to tend to his daughters depresion.
LucindaThe editor of Bon Chic, and Oswald's boss. Her main goal is to find out whatever secret Hannah Montana has at any cost. She doesn't even meet Miley face to face.
- Karma Houdini: She really isn't punished for sending Oswald onto Miley, but she still gets called out for it and fails to obtain the secret.
- Pyrrhic Victory: She doesn't get Miley's secret, but Miley herself does so in the third to last episode of the series.