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Characters: iCarly
This is the cast of characters from the Nickelodeon series iCarly.
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    Carly Shay 
Portrayed by: Miranda Cosgrove

The central protagonist and Straight Man to the constant shenanigans surrounding her, Carly is a relatively normal highschooler. At least, as normal as you can be when you're an Internet celebrity in a Dan Schneider TV series.

  • A-Cup Angst: Early on but she's gotten curvier every day
  • All Women Are Prudes: Personified in a kid-friendly way with her overall naivete.
    • Is going by the wayside with the reams of random boyfriends Carly has had into Season 5, to the point where she gets 'itchy' about not having kissed a guy in 4 months.
  • Bad Liar
  • Berserk Button: Do NOT tell her to calm down. It will whip her up and send her ranting about.
    • If you're Spencer and her nerdy cousins are visiting for dinner, you better damn well be there!
  • Betty and Veronica: The Betty to Sam's Veronica for Freddie's Archie.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: Never tell a girl to calm down!
  • Bound and Gagged: "iSpeed Date".
  • Brainy Brunette
  • Butt Monkey: She gets this treatment from time to time, especially Spencer. In Carly's case, it's dealing with stuff such as trying to promote a crappy shoe line and suffering through a bitchy teacher taking her heartbreak-induced rage out on her students. It's enough to make Carly a woobie.
  • Character Title
  • The Chick
  • Childhood Friend Romance: With Freddie in the final episode.
  • Claustrophobia: Her time in the space program has made her develop this. She literally starts freaking out when she realizes that she, Sam, and Sam's mother were in a small room.
  • Dude Magnet: It seems almost all the guys want Carly. Almost.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Taking the blame for Sam to keep her from being expelled, then showing that she is the only person who can control Sam.
  • Even the Girls Want Her: Missy, Sam and Shelby have all shown signs of being attracted to her in more than a "just friends" way
  • Flanderization: As of Season 5, she has started randomly insulting people, telling off Spencer and being mean spirited.
    • Also she has become dumber. While she was never Lisa Simpson, she was a good student at the very least, She complained about not getting a well-deserved A in a class. As well as being generally pretty smart, she also worked hard on her schooling to get her first ever straight a's. She was also much more book smart than Sam to the point where she was accepted into a private school that even Freddie wasn't. But now she seems but now she seems just barely smart enough to live. This didn't happen all at once, but gradually over time, coming to a head in season 5. Like in the space episode, she can't pronounce claustrophobic, even though she is claustrophobic. In iQ she has to fake/cheat being intelligent to try and impress a guy when the old Carly would've have been able to at least hold the conversation easily.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The responsible to Spencer's foolish.
  • Genki Girl
  • Girl Next Door
  • Give Geeks a Chance: Kisses Freddie in the finale.
  • Good Is Not Dumb: In general, but averted in iStill Psycho where her acceptance to go back in the Dershlits' house made the gang their prisoners once more, and then again when she believed Mr. Dershlit was even sane enough to let them go.
  • The Heart
  • The Heroine
  • Heterosexual Life-Partners: With Sam. The "heterosexual" part is somewhat debatable, according to some fans...
  • Hormone-Addled Teenager
  • Just Friends: With Freddie.
  • The Kirk: The 'choose between the McCoy and Spock' aspect of this trope comes directly into play in iDate Sam & Freddie where Carly is constantly put in the middle of Sam and Freddie's fights, until it overwhelms her and she tells them they shouldn't be dating unless they can fix their problems themselves.
  • Large Ham: Especially when she is all hyped up.
  • Little Miss Snarker: Not called the Sassmaster for nothing.
  • Military Brat
  • Missing Mom
  • Morality Pet: For Sam.
  • Motor Mouth
  • Ms. Fanservice: Her dancing dress in iDream of Dance, being clad a bikini in the skit of iHatch Chicks, being in a sports bra and boxing shorts in iFight Shelby Marx, being bound and gagged by Sam in iSpeed Date, wearing a sleeveless blouse and skimpy shorts in iBeat the Heat... Much moreso with how she dresses during her dates and being stranded in a bathtub for most of an episode.
  • Naďve Everygirl
  • Nice Girl
  • Out of Focus: The first half of the fifth season saw Carly actually becoming a supporting character, with the main focus being on Sam and Freddie's relationship. This ends up subverted when Sam and Freddie break up.
  • Pungeon Mistress
  • Puppy-Dog Eyes: Freddie cannot resist when Carly follows up a request or favor with a pouting "Please, for me?"
  • Raven Hair, Ivory Skin
  • Romantic Two-Girl Friendship: With Sam.
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: With Spencer.
  • Skirt over Slacks
  • Straight Woman
  • Team Mom: Mostly when it's the main trio and Spencer.
  • Terrible Artist
  • Tomboy and Girly Girl: Girly Girl to Sam's Tomboy.
  • Tsundere: Type B.
  • Vest of Style: Makes up a great deal of her wardrobe.
  • What the Hell, Hero?: Carly does this to Sam in iKiss, when she explains to Sam how her exposing Freddie's secret has utterly ruined his reputation and made it impossible for him to leave his house without people making fun of him. Sam, at first, shrugs this off, until Carly makes her realize that she went too far, even for her.
  • Women Are Wiser: Played straight with Spencer, subverted with Sam since Sam is also a girl, albeit a more "guyish" one and reversed with Freddie.

    Samantha "Sam" Puckett 
Portrayed by: Jennette McCurdy

Carly's best friend and petite blonde co-host of the iCarly webshow. In this Power Trio, Sam very definitely takes on the "Brawn" side: she's aggressive, violent and eats everything. She has a very tenuous relationship with her mom, who was S He Who Must Not Be Seen until finally introduced in Season 4, played by none other than Jane Lynch

    Fredward "Freddie" Benson 
Portrayed by: Nathan Kress

The cameraman and general tech-support guy for iCarly, as well as Carly's other best friend. He is an all-around nice guy, along with growing up under the wing of his overbearing mother Marissa Benson.

  • Amicable Exes: With Sam.
  • Better as Friends: With Sam.
  • Beware the Nice Ones: He sure can have a sadist side towards Sam and Nevel in separate episodes.
  • Butt Monkey: He has a hopelessly unrequited crush on Carly, which she exploits for all it's worth in order to get him to do things he doesn't agree with. The first time he actually goes against what Carly wants (to do something he really likes), she insults him then tells his mother about it. The main source of his buttmonkeyness lies in Sam who endlessly insults, harasses, physically abuses him, humiliates him in front of other people at school and on the webcast, breaks his possessions and causes him constant problems. And then there's his monstrously overprotective mother.
    • Pilot episode: Freddie doesn't have a single appearance in the episode that doesn't involve Sam insulting him, Freddie being reminded that Carly doesn't love him back (by both girls, Sam does this especially harshly) and being physically abused by Sam for making a simple mistake. Carly convinces Freddie to keep helping the girls, not by getting Sam to stop insulting him, but by manipulating Freddie through his crush on her. It doesn't get better.
      • It's finally goes downhill again in Season 4.
  • Captain Obvious
  • Chick Magnet: Girls have been hitting on him in various episodes. He's even the focus of a blooming best friend Love Triangle.
  • Childhood Friend Romance: Carly says in that episode that Freddie wanted Carly to be his girlfriend since the first time they met. That's probably anywhere near sixth grade (depending on when they first met). He was about 16 years old when he finally managed to get Carly, for a week before he Anchored Ship because he wasn't sure if it was real. She finally reciprocates in the final episode.
  • The Chew Toy: Seriously, the amount of shit everyone gives toward him is tremendous.
  • Cool Loser
  • Disappeared Dad
  • Dogged Nice Guy: He has been trying to get Carly during 6 to 8 years.
  • Ensemble Dark Horse: In-Universe, when the trio go to Webicon, he's clearly far more popular than either girl. He gets mobbed by fangirls. Carly and Sam don't get anywhere near that level of attention, and most of the fan questions revolve around which of them is or should be dating Freddie.
    • Oddly, when he's not the subject of shipping, everyone looks down on him.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Showing up as the Dogged Nice Guy and minor Stalker with a Crush on Carly, by running out from spying on her through the peephole to pick up the bottle of water she dropped. iPilot also serves as an establishing character episode, as he is a Butt Monkey during the entire freaking episode and doesn't get a single thing go his way.
  • Extreme Doormat: Though not always.
  • Flanderization: As of Season 5, he has started dismissing Carly, ignoring her, blowing her off and generally treating her like shit.
  • Gratuitous Spanish: Starting from the second season, it gets to the point where it's annoying with the random phrases.
  • He Is All Grown Up: Remember when Nathan Kress was scrawny and had a high voice? Where it was completely acceptable to think that in iPilot Freddie was 2 or 3 years younger than Carly? Yeah, those days are incredibly over.
  • Hollywood Nerd: Previously. Now is an example of Nerds Are Sexy.
  • Hollywood Dateless: Averts both sides of the trope, by attracting regular girls on several occasions, but not being thought of by people (except Sam) as being completely inept. Valerie, Shannon, Rona, Leslie, Melanie, Carly, Magic Malika, Sabrina, the fangirls at Webicon, Patrice and Sam all show varying levels of interest in Freddie over the course of the series. He then dated Carly in iSaved Your Life and was in a temporary (four episode arc) relationship with Sam.
  • Hopeless Suitor
  • Hilariously Abusive Childhood: In progress, as per the trope, it's played for laughs on the show. However, Mrs. Benson takes My Beloved Smother Up to Eleven, their relationship can be quite bizarre, and will likely result in memories on par with the likes of Jeff from Coupling.
  • Informed Flaw: Freddie's general nerdiness. The second he hit puberty, it became harder to play those straight.
  • Iron Butt Monkey
  • I Want My Beloved to Be Happy: Puts the brakes on his relationship with Carly, because he's unsure if he would be taking advantage of hero worship.
  • Just Friends: With Carly.
  • Masculine Girl, Feminine Boy: Feminine Boy to Sam's Masculine Girl. Over time however, Freddie does step out of the "Feminine" part.
  • Mr. Fanservice: As just himself. With all the girls that are attracted to him (named below in Hollywood Dateless), if he didn't want Carly, Freddie would be a full-on Kidanova.
    • Even lampshaded in-universe when he parodied the angsty vampire Fredward Cullen.
      • They're really kicking up the Mr. Fanservice vibe by constantly having him in the short sleeve shirts that would immediately mark him as a nerd - if it wasn't obvious that he's been spending some decent time on the free weights.
  • Nerds Are Sexy
  • Nice Guy
  • No Respect Guy
  • Only Sane Man
  • Pungeon Master
  • Real Men Wear Pink: A red sock in the washing machine turned his white clothes pink from the alleged "Consuela's Revenge" curse.
  • The Smart Guy
  • The Spock: To Carly's Kirk and Sam's McCoy.
  • Stalker with a Crush: Way back in Season 1. It's easy to forget that he once planned to be Carly's second husband after her first meets an unfortunate accident.
  • Teen Genius: Subverted, he's really talented with technology but he is never shown to particular excel in school.
  • Took a Level in Badass
  • Vitriolic Best Buds: With Sam.
  • Will They or Won't They?: Has been a focus on the character, having dated both his female best friends throughout the show's run. Teased in the finale with Sam, but ultimately he ends up with his childhood crush Carly.
  • With Friends Like These...: With Sam.
  • You're Not My Father: To Lewbert.

    Spencer Shay 
Portrayed by: Jerry Trainor

Carly's quirky older brother and legal guardian, as their parents are off doing Godknowswhat (Mr. Shay is explicitly in the armed forces, but that's all that's been said). He is a sculptor of some sort, but easily out-wacky-hijinxes the younger characters despite his more-advanced age.

  • Alliterative Name
  • Bad Liar
  • Berserk Button: Calling his butt flat will provoke this.
  • Big Brother Instinct: Despite his rather aloof personality, he shows potential of being Carly's guardian, especially in "iWanna Stay With Spencer", when Carly and Spencer's grandfather claimed Spencer was an unfit guardian, and tries to take Carly. Upon leaving, Spencer stops them to give them Carly's inhaler, despite she's never had one in years, stating that asthma is tricky. This convinces their grandfather to let Carly stay with Spencer.
    • In "iLook-a-Like", Spencer is shown in a much more mature demeanor, actually saying no to Carly for once when she asked to do iCarly at an MMA fight. When Carly demanded when Spencer become 'uncool', Spencer coldly retaliated by calling her out on 'acting a baby whenever she doesn't get what she wants'. In fact, he became highly pissed off when he discovered she actually sneaked out to see the fight.
    • He even has brotherly feelings for Carly's friends. In "iFence", he spent most of the episode hanging out with Freddie at the fencing studio. Since Freddie only has his mother and his two female best friends to be with, it was especially meaningful to be with a guy for once.
  • Buffy Speak
  • Bunny-Ears Lawyer: Despite all his weirdness, he was able to pick up enough during his three days at law school (and the book on law he kept) to help the gang out of any legal mishap they get themselves in very effectively. It was even given quite a Shout-Out in iPromote Techfoots when he acted as the gang's lawyer and wore a bizarre necktie.
  • Butt Monkey: He gets this treatment from time to time. In his case, hilarity often ensues, some incidents involving that bratty boy Chuck.
  • Chew Toy
  • Chick Magnet
  • Cloudcuckoolander
    • The Cloudcuckoolander Was Right: In one episode, he spent the entire episode thinking a character from Galaxy Wars was going to show up and give him a hug, he was right.
  • Deuteragonist.
  • Epic Fail: His Running Gag is that the mundane objects he fixes, sculpts, or (at the very least) touches become extremely prone to bursting into flames, bypassing any form of scientific logic. He even lampshades the more outlandish ones.
    • This trait of his was Deconstructed by being Played for Drama in iGot A Hot Room when a lamp that Spencer gives to Carly bursts into flames, destroying her room.
    • iChristmas did the same from, but from Carly's perspective.
  • Establishing Character Moment: Hanging upside down from the ceiling to photograph his bottle bot.
  • Foolish Sibling, Responsible Sibling: The foolish to Carly's responsible.
  • Fun Personified
  • Handsome Lech
  • Heroic BSOD: This happened to him when he realized how dangerous pranking can be.
  • Large Ham
  • Keet
  • Man Child: He is a sculptor for a living, often making whimsical and sometimes weird sculptures that usually end up catching on fire or exploding before being perfected. He loves light-up socks, has a pet goldfish (that he often forgets to feed, resulting in another pet goldfish), and once went to law school for three days.
    • Carly even calls him a "manchild" in iLove You.
      • He calls himself one in the series finale.
  • Military Brat
  • Missing Mom
  • Motor Mouth
  • One of the Kids/Man Child
  • One of Us: Referenced in-universe. Like the actor himself, Spencer plays a World of Warcraft Expy as seen in iStart A Fan War.
  • Papa Wolf: Kicks a guy out of their apartment after he chases Carly for a kiss she does not want.
  • The Pornomancer
  • Promotion to Parent
  • Pungeon Master
  • Sibling Yin-Yang: With Carly.
  • The Stoner
  • Team Dad
  • Wacky Guy
  • Walking Tech Bane
  • Wholesome Crossdresser: He has no qualms admitting he wears a size 10 dress, to the point having a Disguised in Drag subplot.
    • He even poses as Pam Puckett in iLost My Mind to break Sam out of the mental hospital.

     Orenthal Cornelius "Gibby" Gibson 
Portrayed by: Noah Munck

Appearing as a minor character when the series began, Gibby is among the main trio's friend and schoolmate and a frequent Butt Monkey guest in the webshow. As the show progressed, he was slowly developed to be one of the gang's most loyal friends and a usual sidekick to Carly's eccentric big brother Spencer.


    Recurring Characters 

Marissa Benson

Portrayed by: Mary Scheer

Nevel Amadeus Papperman

Portrayed by: Reed Alexander
  • Affably Evil: Lampshaded by Shelby Marx, who describes him as "polite but super creepy".
  • Ambiguously Gay: He has a Foe Yay crush on Carly, but the way he acts you would expect it to be on Freddie.
  • Arch-Enemy: To Carly and her friends.
  • Big Bad: The closest thing the show has to an actual antagonist and almost every episode he appears in has him stirring up a conflict, usually for no other reason than fun or to make Carly miserable. He may be the most recurring threat, but in terms of scale, he doesn't quite match Nora Dershlit's.
  • Breakout Villain: Doesn't appear all that much, yet is treated as close to a Designated Villain and Big Bad as this show can get. Word of God even stated that his character is The Joker to Carly's Batman.
  • Camp Straight
  • Catch Phrase: "You'll rue this day! RUE IT!"
  • The Cracker
  • Cut Lex Luthor a Check: Despite being very young, he's obviously a pretty good computer tech or hacker or designer and such, and could probably make more money making websites if he didn't bother trying to shut down iCarly.com with various wacky schemes.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: Carly refused to kiss him and stuck some food in his face. Therefore, he swore Carly would rue this day and he embarked on a campaign of revenge, which included fraud and cyberterrorism.
    • One episode showed a video of him picking up the last jar of a particular brand of pickle in a store. As he's about to put it in his car, a little girl accidentally runs into him with a cart, causing him to drop the jar, which falls on the floor and breaks. He flips, screaming at the little girl and taking a lollipop she had out of her cart, then throws it on the ground, taunting her and screaming at her more as she's crying. The little SOB calls her mother an idiot. The numerous hateful comments the video receives about Nevel are well-deserved.
  • Evil Is Hammy
  • Hacker Cave: As Carly and Sam put it, Nevel's 'Nerd Cave'.
  • Heel-Face Revolving Door: In iPity the Nevel he has a Heel Realization. Although he goes back to his old ways at the end of the episode, showing even if he tries to redeem himself, he is always going to be like this.
  • Humiliation Conga: Most of iPity The Nevel. However, he does come out the better for it, having a Heel Realization and performing a Heel-Face Turn in the end.
  • Jerkass
  • Never My Fault: His whole reason for wanting to ruin the webshow is because Carly refused to let him kiss her. He seems to blame her for this, despite the fact that she was obviously uninterested in him and initially saw him as someone who was going to help the show.
  • Not Good With Rejection: The reason why he torments Carly and her family is because he made several advances on her and she responded by smearing tapenade on his face. Borders on If I Can't Have You and Crazy Jealous Guy.
  • Sissy Villain
  • Sitcom Arch-Nemesis
  • Smug Snake
  • Stalker with a Crush: Towards Carly. It gets super creepy in one scene where he's shown to have setup a series of monitors looping close up shots of Carly from the webshow.
  • Screams Like a Little Girl: His bloodcurdling screams in iGive Away a Car and iFight Shelby Marx.
  • Sympathy for the Devil: After hitting rock bottom on a viral video that disgraced himself, the iCarly gang of all people is the one he approached to ask help in restoring his good name. It doesn't last long though.
  • What Have I Done: Has this reaction to his Heel Realization.

Lewbert Sline

Portrayed by: Jeremy Rowley

Wendy

Portrayed by: Mary Ann Springer

Guppy Gibson

Portrayed by: Ethan Munck

Principal Ted Franklin

Portrayed by: Tim Russ

Mr. Howard:

Portrayed by: David St. James
  • Child Hater
  • Disproportionate Retribution: He gives Gibby triple detention for being "too Gibby" and his smart-ass replies
  • Evil Teacher
  • Jerkass
  • Kick the Dog: He has a lot of them to count but torturing Gibby is by far the worst, despite Gibby knowing kickboxing.
  • Your Cheating Heart: In “iHave My Principal”, he mentions that he has a wife but in “iTwins” Sam explains he’s in a relationship with Ms. Briggs. Same also brought the fact his wife hates him in “iGot Detention”.

Chuck Chambers

Portrayed by: Ryan Ochoa
  • Alliterative Name
  • Big Brother Instinct: Inverted with his little brother Chip, who decides to take revenge on Spencer by screwing with him and screwing with Carly as a form of poetic justice: since Chuck messed with Spencer, as Chuck's younger sibling Chip will screw with Spencer's younger sibling Carly.
  • Creepy Child
  • Deliberately Cute Child: Acts this way to Carly in iTwins before she finds out the truth about him from Spencer.
  • Devil in Plain Sight: Although when his father does realize he's acting like a sociopath he promptly grounds him for it.
  • Disproportionate Retribution: He was breaking a building rule by playing raquetball in the lobby, and Spencer couldn't get him to stop, so he told Chuck's dad, who grounded him for 2 days. Chuck got revenge... By keeping Spencer locked up in a storage cage in the basement (and squirting him with a "suspicious liquid"). And then he's perfectly willing to beat the crap out of Spencer. All for a 2-day grounding over something he wasn't supposed to be doing in the first place.
    Chuck: If I can't watch TV, then NOBODY CAN!
  • Enfant Terrible
  • Jerkass
  • Put on a Bus: His father finally had him sent to military school.
  • Running Gag: Being grounded by his father.
  • The Sociopath

Amanda "Mandy" Valdez

Portrayed by: Aria Wallace

T-Bo

Portrayed by: BooG!e

Nora Dershlit

Portrayed by: Danielle Morrow
  • Ax-Crazy: Lampshaded in-universe. She is completely insane, and at one point is wielding an ax.
    • As shocking as it sounds, she's worse in iStill Psycho.
  • Batman Gambit: In iStill Psycho especially. Her plan depended on so many things- the iCarlys forgiving her and agreeing to go to her house, the judge paroling her, Spencer picking them up and needing to use the bathroom, etc.
  • Big Bad: Of the 'Psycho Specials'.
  • Comically Missing the Point: She fails to realize any metaphor of insanity directed at her. But she's well aware of her insanity in iStill Psycho, she just doesn't care.
  • Dark Action Girl: While she's not all that attractive, she's no slouch when it comes to fighting and engages Gibby in a rather brutal fight and holds her own.
  • Depraved Bisexual: Kisses a girl at her sweet 16 party while she also has a MAJOR crush on Freddie.
  • The Dreaded: By the time Sam & Cat rolls around, even Sam is afraid of her.
  • Face-Heel Turn: While technically starting as a Woobie fan, she later turned into the episode's deranged Big Bad.
  • Freudian Excuse: She has no friends, her parents left her alone on her birthday (apparently something she's used to happening), and she's had a pretty horrible life. Though this isn't nearly enough to justify her actions in iStill Psycho and it turns out her family is just as psychotic as she is.
  • I Just Want to Have Friends: Is a lonely girl with only her chicken to talk to... so she decides to kidnap the iCarly crew under the delusion that they're her friends.
  • Insistent Terminology: Nora despises any other words to describe her insanity. She prefers being called a "disturbed, lonely sociopath".
  • In the Blood: iStill Psycho reveals that her parents are just as Ax-Crazy as she is.
  • I Will Punish Your Friend for Your Failure: Kidnaps Spenser and traps him in her basement on a giant wheel, spinning him if the iCarly gang does anything she doesn't agree with. She even threatens to kill him if they go too far.
  • Knight of Cerebus: Unlike most villains in the show, she's treated as a dangerous lunatic In-Universe and whenever she shows up, there's little doubt the iCarly gang are going to be in serious danger.
  • Loony Fan: Her obsession with iCarly makes Mandy look sane by compairson.
  • The Mad Hatter: In iStill Psycho she's perfectly aware of how insane she is.
  • Manipulative Bitch: In both of her appearences, she plays up her Freudian Excuse to trick the iCarly gang to do as she wants them to, not revealing her true motivations until they're already in her trap.
  • Never My Fault: Blames the iCarly gang for "ruining" her birthday party, when it was her own fault for kidnapping them in the first place.
  • The Sociopath: She's even refered to as one In-Universe. She even admits it herself.
    Carly: Nora... You're a nutcase!
    Nora: The correct term is disturbed, lonely sociopath.
  • Villainous Breakdown: Between appearences, she got a lot crazier as a result of being locked up in prison. She also begins to lose it quite a bit towards the end of iStill Psycho.
  • Yandere

    Other Characters 

Melanie Puckett

Portrayed by: Jennette McCurdy

Pam Puckett

Portrayed by: Jane Lynch

Shelby Marx

Portrayed by: Victoria Justice


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