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There are nine recurrent characters in ''Series/LazyTown'', all but three of them played by puppets. In addition to the main actors listed below, many different actors have played the characters (including the ones normally portrayed by puppets in the television series) in the various ''[=LazyTown=]'' live productions.

[[caption-width-right:300: Left - original Stephanie (Julianna Rose Mauriello). Right - current Stephanie (Chloe Lang).]]
->'''Played By:''' Julianna Rose Mauriello (seasons 1–2), Chloe Lang (season 3–4)

* AscendedExtra: Downplayed; Stephanie was always present in the original plays and usually played some part in the plot, but she was never the main focus. Here she's the main character and the [[AudienceSurrogate audience surrogate]].
* BlitheSpirit: A girl visiting her uncle inspired athleticism and ambition in a town full of lazy people and eventually had her ideals and her presence embraced by nearly everyone.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Does this during Season 3's mid-song dance breaks, [[AudienceParticipation addressing the viewer to perform a dance along with her]].
* {{Catchphrase}}: "There's always a way!"
* CharacterExaggeration: Although Stephanie has always been a happy-go-lucky [[CheerfulChild cheerful child]], the earlier seasons tried to remedy this by showing that she could be just as flawed as everyone else. After the show was revived for its third season, Stephanie's perkiness was turned [[UpToEleven up to eleven]] to where there's seldom a moment where she's not incredibly bubbly.
* CheerfulChild: A young girl with a constant smile on her face.
* CuteLittleFangs: She had these back when she was played by Julianna Rose Mauriello.
* DeadpanSnarker: [[DownplayedTrope Downplayed;]] While Stephanie is undoubtedly a [[NiceGirl nice girl]] she had more of a sarcastic streak in the earlier episodes. This trait has all but vanished from her [[CharacterizationMarchesOn character in later seasons.]]
* GirlyGirlWithATomboyStreak: Stephanie is adorned in pink and is easily one of the sweetest characters. That said, she also loves physical activity and is probably the bravest and most proactive cast member, with Sportacus as her only equal.
* HairDecorations: She wears a purple headband in her pink hair.
* NaiveEverygirl: Stephanie had no idea the people in [=LazyTown=] were so listless or that the town itself was so rundown. Both she and the town get better over time.
* NiceGirl: She is friendly to everyone, even Robbie.
%%* NotAllowedToGrowUp
* OnlySaneMan: Despite being only eight years old, Stephanie is arguably the most level-headed person in town. It helps that she's [[WiseBeyondHerYears wise beyond her years]].
* OutdoorsyGal: She kicks off the plot by searching for someone to play outside with.
* PassionateSportsGirl: While active in general, Stephanie seems to have a preference for baseball.
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: With Sportacus.
* PinkMeansFeminine: She has pink hair, wears a pink headband, and all her clothes are pink.
* PluckyGirl: Optimistic and active young girl.
* PunnyName: Stephanie Meanswell, like her uncle.
* RoseHairedSweetie: Has pink hair and is mostly nice.
* TokenHuman: Stephanie is the only human child, and the only female human, even though her uncle and every other townsperson is a puppet.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The latter to Trixie, due to her preference for pink and dresses.
* VocalEvolution: Due to her actor growing older Stephanie's voice became deeper and more relaxed in Season 2 and Lazytown Extra. Compared to her Season 1 voice which was much more high pitched and energetic.
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: She has neon pink hair.
* WiseBeyondHerYears: She's not even a teenager when she's introduced, but she's already able to travel on her own by train and she understands the value of athleticism and moderating sweets.

[[caption-width-right:300:Left - original Sportacus (Magnús Scheving). Right - current Sportacus (Dyri Kristjansson).]]
->'''Played By:''' Magnús Scheving (Seasons 1-4) / Dyri Kristjansson (Since January 2014)

* {{Adorkable}}: While Sportacus is conventionally attractive, well-muscled and very fitness-oriented, many fans consider him adorkable due to his constant optimism, boyish over-excitement, hopeless naiveté and awkward English. His baby-blue eyes and cheesy grin only help the matter.
* AdvertisedExtra: Subverted. Sportacus is usually shown in the front and center of any promotional material to where many non-fans might get confused into thinking he's the main character. However, [[DecoyProtagonist Stephanie]] is the main focus with many episodes putting Sportacus [[OutOfFocus out of focus]] only having him show up in the end to save everybody.
* AmbiguouslyHuman: He is faster and more agile than any of the human characters and can pull off stunts that most people could only dream of. He also [[OurElvesAreBetter keeps his ears conspicuously hidden under his hat at all times]]. In the original plays and the Icelandic dub of the TV show, Sportacus is a "Sports Elf."
* BadassInDistress: Some of Robbie's schemes result in Sportacus being incapacitated in some way. "Defeeted" and "Sports Day" being a couple of shining examples.
* BadassMustache: A very long and straightened Creator/SalvadorDali type that normally would be worn by a villainous character.
* BlitheSpirit: Alongside Stephanie, Sportacus inspires the previously lethargic inhabitants of [=LazyTown=] to become more active and exercise more.
* BlueIsHeroic: His outfit is mostly blue, and he's the official defender of [=LazyTown=] and its people.
* {{Catchphrase}}: "Someone's in trouble!"
* ChestInsignia: Sportacus' "10".
* CoolTeacher: Despite not actually teaching at any school Sportacus serves as this to the kids.
* HeroDoesPublicService: When not actually saving folks from Robbie Rotten's schemes or helping people in danger, he tends to be a do-gooder about town.
* HyperspaceArsenal: His backpack can transform into gyrocopter and contains far more bats, rackets, balls and other sports equipment than should be able to fit into it.
* InnocentBlueEyes: He has very blue eyes and a very optimistic and almost childlike enthusiasm for being active.
* InvincibleHero: Played with - Sportacus is very capable, but in keeping with the show's promotion of friendship and teamwork, he often needs the help of Stephanie and the other children to foil Robbie's latest scheme.
* KryptoniteFactor: Sportacus' is sugar; eating any sugary food renders him immediately comatose, and fresh fruit (which contain quite a bit of sugar.) or vegetables (a classification that includes a handful of "sugary" foods, most prominently the sugar beet) are required to restore him. This has been justified by his weakness being specific to ''refined'' sugar rather than the natural sugars present in fruit and vegetables.
* LightningBruiser: Although since the show is aimed at pre-teens he never actually engages in violence barring some very slapstick style fights played for laughs in the "Pirate" and "Knight" episodes.
* MrFanservice: Scheving is a very fit and handsome man and even in the Sportacus costume and comedy moustache still looks good. Dyri is also a pretty handsome chap in a different way and is also extremely fit, continuing this trope.
* MundaneMadeAwesome: No matter the task at hand, Sportacus will make sure he does it involving at least a few backflips, twirls, and heroic poses... even ''walking down the street''.
* NiceGuy: He always helps those who need it and is generally very friendly to citizens of Lazy Town. He even helps Robbie sometimes.
* OnlyOneName: Like most superheroes, Sportacus goes by a mononym.
* OurElvesAreBetter: Though it's not directly mentioned in the show, in the original [=LazyTown=] plays, Sportacus called himself a "sports elf" and [[https://youtu.be/bP5FEQg7-dk?t=14m10s even sings about how elves are always energetic]].
* PinkGirlBlueBoy: With Stephanie, though in his case it should be "Pink Girl, Blue ''Man''".
* [[PluckyGirl Plucky Boy]]: Both a RareMaleExample and a rare adult one too. Sportacus is unrelentingly optimistic despite the constant schemes of Robbie Rotten and his status as the sole protector of [=LazyTown=].
* SaveTheVillain: In the episode "Lazy Scouts" Robbie Rotten gets caught in a storm and Sportacus declares "I have to save him!" Stingy lampshades it when he asks, "What? Why?" before Sportacus goes to the rescue.
* SelfDeprecation: When he first meets Stephanie she asks him "Are you a superhero?" and he describes himself as a "slightly above-average hero."
* SuperStrength: Sportacus rarely uses it but he's superhumanly strong - in the season four episode "Mystery of the Pyramid" he lifts the entire pyramid several feet off the ground to dislodge a boulder blocking the door using nothing more than a rope and grapnel.
* ThinChinOfSin: Sportacus has an extended chin aided by prosthetics. While the chin isn't as pointy as other examples on this entry, it's made to look more realistic, but it is still very long and sharp. And he’s the hero.
* TookALevelInKindness: Compared to his Latibær counterpart. Sportacus has always been on the side of good, but he was much sterner and prone to prankish behavior in the original plays.
* WeaksauceWeakness: He is crippled by eating chocolate or refined sugar, but can regain power by eating healthy foods.

[[folder:Robbie Rotten]]
->'''Played By:''' Stefán Karl Stefánsson

* AlliterativeName: '''R'''obbie '''R'''otten. His Icelandic name, '''G'''lanni '''G'''læpur, also counts.
* AllThereInTheManual: Early concepts of Lazytown gave him a backstory where he was a very talented chess player and drama student (which definitely explains how he's a LargeHam and the town's sole MasterOfDisguise), and his mother is a compulsive gambler while his father is a prominent politician.
* AntiRoleModel: Although a rather flawed one, considering that he wants the children of the town to be lazy and in bad shape, supposedly like himself, despite the fact that Robbie is neither lazy nor in bad shape.
* BadIsGoodAndGoodIsBad: Played with. Robbie sometimes seems to genuinely believe that his bad views on health and exercise are the right ones, but he also has some awareness of the evil nature of his actions.
* BigBad: Of the entire show, but due to the kid-friendly nature his schemes are often zany and childish, and always revolve around getting people to be lazy.
%%* BigOlEyebrows[=/=]EvilEyebrows
* BookDumb: Robbie is a genius without a doubt; he's able to build machines that would have engineers scratching their heads, like a microwave that can make inventions for you and even ''a time machine''. However, for some reason, he can't do simple arithmetic and struggles with reading.
* BreakingTheFourthWall: Robbie does this in the pilot episode where he looks directly into the camera and states his villainous intentions.
* BreakoutCharacter: Robbie's song "We Are Number One" became an Internet sensation in the latter half of 2016, and Robbie's been embraced by the Internet as one of its favorite memes.
* BrilliantButLazy: Robbie is the epitome of this trope. He prides himself in being lazy, and even schemes to make the rest of the town as lazy as he is, yet he is easily the most brilliant person in the entire town and is able to create ''anything'' out of ''anything''. Ironically, Robbie's constant attempts to make [=LazyTown=] lazy via elaborate traps, machines, and costumes make him easily one of the ''most'' active residents.
* CardCarryingVillain: The name "[[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin Robbie Rotten]]" pretty much says it all. There's also "[[VillainSong We Are Number One]]" where he teaches his clones how to be villains.
* {{Catchphrase}}:
** "I meant to do that!"
** "It's disguise time!"
* TheChewToy: He has rather bad luck.
* CreepyCrossdresser: As Miss Roberta.
* DastardlyWhiplash: Lacks the mustache and top hat, but otherwise features the crooked mannerisms, fancy suit and overt meanness associated to the character.
* {{Determinator}}: No matter how many times his plans fail, Robbie (angrily) refuses to give up on his goal to get rid of Sportacus and make [=LazyTown=] live up to its name.
* DistressedDude: Robbie tends to get himself in trouble that he needs to be saved from, usually by Sportacus.
* EvilIsHammy: Most of the show's humor comes from his over-the-top antics, despite him being a villain. Stefan can really act.
* EvilLaugh: He is certainly capable of one, heard most clearly in songs like "You Are a Pirate".
* EvilSoundsDeep: Has the deepest voice of all the ''[=LazyTown=] characters, and is a villain.
%%* ExcessiveEvilEyeshadow
* {{Foil}}: To Sportacus; Robbie is a scheming, lazy villain who likes eating sugary foods such as cake and wants to make the town as lazy as him so he can get some sleep. Sportacus is physically active, always willing to help others, and thrives on only healthy foods.
* FriendlyEnemy: Even though he's the show's main villain, it's clear that the other characters see him as a friend, and deep down, the feeling is mutual.
* GadgeteerGenius: The things he makes are pretty impressive for someone who prides himself on being lazy.
* GeniusBruiser: Downplayed, but still notable. Despite his pretensions to be the supreme emissary of lazyness, Robbie is evidently very physically fit, and in some instances he proves to be as athletic as Sportacus himself (albeit not so spectacularly so, of course).
%%* GrayEyes
* HarmlessVillain: His entire goal is to make people be lazy. Not take over [=LazyTown=], not destroy the world. Just... get people to be lazy.
* HiddenDepths: The actor for Robbie Rotten (Stefen Karl) did a Reddit AMA in 2016. One of the questions was "Deep down, what does Robbie '''really''' think of the citizens of Lazy Town?" His response was [[IJustWantToHaveFriends "I wish I could be their friend".]]
%%* IneffectualSympatheticVillain
* {{Irony}}: He likes being lazy and prides himself in it, and wants others to be the same, but he is actually one of the least lazy characters in the town and is almost as athletic as Sportacus. One instance of that is during the fourth series episode, ''The Wizard of [=LazyTown=]'', Robbie made a potion in order to make the residents as lazy as he is, but instead he made a potion that made him move like Sportacus for a short while.
* LaboriousLaziness: He prides himself on being lazy, and schemes to make the rest of the town as lazy as he is, but these very schemes make him more active than any other resident, sometimes including Sportacus. He can even pull Sportacus-level stunts if the situation calls for it.
* LanternJawOfJustice: Subverted; he has an impressive jawline, but he's the BigBad of the series.
* [[LargeHam Largest Ham Ever]]: Robbie's over-the-top body language and ''especially'' facial expressions are as close as humanity will ever get to a living, breathing cartoon character. There's a reason Stefán Karl Stefánsson is called "the Icelandic Creator/JimCarrey".
* LaughablyEvil: He's the show's BigBad, but his antics and dialogue are ''hilarious''.
* LeanAndMean: He's taller and skinnier than the very fit Sportacus, but he's also the show's BigBad whose entire MO is... [[HarmlessVillain making the townspeople lazy]].
* LighterAndSofter: He's a ''much'' sillier character than his stage play counterpart, Glanni Glæpur. While Robbie is a more melodramatic, moustache-twirling villain, Glanni is a full-blown criminal that lies, steals, and deceits with relative ease. Compare [[https://youtu.be/wvEFo_EVrq4 Glanni's]] rendition of "Master of Disguise" to [[https://youtu.be/ngk3Urrpa8k Robbie's]] and you'll see the ''drastic'' difference in tone.
* MaliciousMisnaming: Robbie rarely calls people by their actual names, instead opting for insulting nicknames such as "Stinky" for Stingy or "Pixie" for Stephanie. He uses a different name for Sportacus almost every episode, including Sportaclown, Sportaflop, Sportakook, Sportaflip, Sportaflippettyflop, and so on.
* MasterOfDisguise: He's even got a song about it!
* MrFanservice: Robbie is very much a YMMV example, but Stefan Karl when not wearing the exaggerated prosthetics is a ruggedly handsome man.
* NamesToRunAwayFromReallyFast:
** "Robbie Rotten" sounds like a really evil name, doesn't it?
** The character's name in Icelandic, Glanni Glæpur, also counts. "Glæpur" literally means "Crime" while "Glanni" is a term for a reckless or destructive person.
* NiceJobFixingItVillain: In "The Laziest Town", [=LazyTown=] must stay active all day to raise the energy meter to 100 in order to keep from being the laziest town on Earth before 5PM. Robbie believes that if [=LazyTown=] gets this title, Sportacus will leave [=LazyTown=] for good out of embarrassment. At literally the last second, when Sportacus finally loses all his energy and can no longer do tricks to have the meter rise to 100, Robbie becomes overjoyed and does a victory dance that ends up being active enough to raise the bar instantly to 100, saving [=LazyTown=]. The Mayor, Stephanie, and the rest of the cast gather to congratulate and thank Robbie and give him three cheers. Robbie is [[MyGodWhatHaveIDone overcome with regret]] and [[BigNo runs back to his lair.]] If Robbie had not moved at the last second, he likely would've got his wish and [=LazyTown=] would've indeed been the laziest town.
* NoSocialSkills: Robbie has no idea how to act around people when he's not being evil to them, and usually becomes incredibly awkward when actually forced to do it.
%%* NotEvilJustMisunderstood
* PaperThinDisguise: Well, to the audience at least - you can tell it's him by looking at his face. It's a wonder how he's able to fool most of the Lazytown people every time.
* {{Schemer}}: He's constantly coming up with plans to either get rid of Sportacus, make the town lazy, or both.
* SecurityCling: He jumps into Sportacus' arms after he hears a twig snap in the episode "Hero for a Day."
* SharpDressedMan: Is never seen without his fancy suit on (except when disguised, of course).
%%* SillyWalk
* SissyVillain: Tends to act rather flamboyant and isn't above crossdressing.
* TakeOverTheCity: Robbie has no interest in meddling in affairs anywhere beyond [=LazyTown=]. In one installment, he even briefly manages to install himself as mayor by dressing up as the town's real mayor, Mayor Meanswell, and hiding him away.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: Cake. According to Stefan Karl, "Robbie would eat cake if it had sand in it."
* VillainSong: He's had quite a few over the course of the show, but "Master of Disguise" and the incredibly popular "We Are Number One" are his shining examples.

[[folder:Mayor Milford Meanswell]]
->'''Played By:''' David Matthew Feldman

%%* {{Adorkable}}
%%* AlliterativeName
* AllLoveIsUnrequited: Has a crush on Ms. Busybody who seems to like him back, although any time they get a chance to physically show affection it results in an AlmostKiss.
* AmbiguouslyBrown
* CannotKeepASecret: Straight-up tells Sportacus about his secret surprise party... many times.
* CharacterTics: Straightening his suit jacket over and over, enough to where Robbie imitates this when pretending to be him in "Double Trouble".
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: He seems zoned-out regularly.
* DrowningMySorrows: Does this with hot cocoa in "Secret Agent Zero".
* FamilyMan: Loves his niece very much.
* FormerlyFit: In "Rockin' Robbie", we see him as a rail-thin teenager.
* FriendToAllChildren: Especially in [=LazyTown=] Extra, in which he spends quite a bit of time with Stingy.
* HairTodayGoneTomorrow: One episode depicted him in the past with a fuller head of hair than he does now.
* HenpeckedHusband: Not a husband, but frequently is asked by Ms. Busybody to do a few "teensy-weensy" favors for her-- coming from a list about 20 feet long.
* HiddenDepths: As it turns out, Milford's actually a competent pilot.
* HopelessWithTech: The whole episode "Lazytown Goes Digital" occurs because he cannot understand how to receive a "b-mail" from Ms. Busybody.
* HorribleJudgeOfCharacter: Trusts each and every fake persona Robbie Rotten comes up with in order to swindle him.
* TheKlutz: Doesn't even know which side of the hammer to use to hammer a nail. Frequently seen with fingers covered in bandages from trying to do chores for Ms. Busybody.
* LethalChef: In the earlier seasons.
* MeaningfulName: He may be not right in the head, but he always means well. Also a PunnyName.
* NervousWreck
* OfficeRomance
* ParentalSubstitute: He is this to all the kids to an extent, but mostly Stephanie and Stingy.
* PermanentElectedOfficial: There's no other adult in Lazytown who wants to be mayor, so he's stuck with the job for life.
* PunnyName: '''''Meanswell'''''. [[DontExplainTheJoke Get it]]?
* RealMenWearPink: He enjoys knitting.
* SharpDressedMan: Is almost never seen outside his yellow suit.
* ShipTease: With Ms. Busybody.
* ShoePhone: His shoe doubles as a phone in ''Secret Agent Zero''.
* TextileWorkIsFeminine: Subverted; he is shown knitting a few times and talks to his knitted creations.
* VerbalTic: "Oh my!"

[[folder:Ms. Bessie Busybody]]
->'''Played By:''' Julie Westwood

* AlliterativeName: '''B'''essie '''B'''usy'''b'''ody.
* BeehiveHairdo
* TheBore: The children all find Ms. Busybody's advice, speeches, and anecdotes about her life to be quite boring.
* BeautyMark: Has a small mole near the left side of her mouth.
* CucumberFacial: Seen reclining in a lawn chair with one of these in many episodes.
* DramaQueen
* TheFashionista: Complained about having nothing to wear for a fitness contest.
* FeminineWomenCanCook: Cooks cakes and sweets for the patrons of [=LazyTown=] on a regular basis.
* GossipyHens: Though we are never quite sure who she is talking to.
* GracefulInTheirElement: To the point where she says herself she doesn't feel she's good at anything but answering phones.
* InnocentlyInsensitive: Unlike Robbie, who does MaliciousMisnaming just to be mean, she often accidentally insults them by getting their names VERY wrong.
* OfficeRomance
* SassySecretary
* ShipTease: With Mayor Meanswell.
%%* TheWorkaholic
* WomenAreWiser: Often there to be the voice of reason to [[{{Cloudcuckoolander}} Mayor Meanswell]].
* WomenPreferStrongMen: Gushed over Mayor Meanswell when he said he would be "pumping iron."
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Bessie has light blue hair.

[[folder:Ziggy Zweet]]
->'''Played By:''' Gudmundur Thor Karason (US) / Lorraine Parsloe (UK)

%%* AdorablyPrecociousChild
%%* AttentionDeficitOohShiny
* BigEater: He loves eating candy.
* CatchPhrase: “Robbie Rotten! Oh, that guy!” (Seasons 2-4)
* {{Cloudcuckoolander}}: [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] due to him being a kid ([[TheBabyOfTheBunch the youngest of his friends]] for that matter).
** A couple of example include throwing a lollipop in a tree for ''no reason'', and [[{{Squick}} keeping chocolate in his underwear]].
* CowardlyLion: Tends to be the first to panic whenever anything mildly frightening is bought up.
* TheDitz: When he and Stephanie were looking for help when Sportacus was in trouble he suggested asking Sportacus for help - when the man in question was lying unconscious two feet away.
* HairOfGoldHeartOfGold: Has blonde hair, and is one of the youngest of [=LazyTown=]'s children.
* HeroWorship: Of Sportacus. Why else does he follow him around all the time.
* {{Keet}}: An adorable, energetic CheerfulChild who loves sweets and admires Sportacus.
* KidAppealCharacter: A CheerfulChild who has a ginormous SweetTooth and dresses himself as a superhero like any other normal kid.
* NonStandardCharacterDesign: Ziggy looks much cartoonier than any of the other Lazytown puppets. Whereas they have rather bulgy eyes and more realistic proportions. Ziggy has small, beady eyes and a bigger head than the rest. He's also the only puppet character with visible teeth.
%%* OnlyOneName: Like the other children of [=LazyTown=], he has no surname.
* SweetTooth: His entire character is based on his sweet tooth.
* TagalongKid: He usually follows around Stephanie and Sportacus during their antics every episode.
* TrademarkFavoriteFood: While he likes eating candy, he's usually seen with a lollipop.
* VerbalTic: Tends to end most sentences with a "Huh?".

[[folder:Pixel Hyperbyte]]
->'''Played By:''' Kobie Powell (US S1-2) / Ronald Binion (US S3-4) / Julie Westwood (UK)

* AdaptationalHeroism: His counterpart in the original plays was a bully.
* BasementDweller: Sort of.
* BlackAndNerdy: He's African-American, and his main talent lies in technology.
* BrilliantButLazy: He's very smart, but he spends most of his time sitting in front of a screen, and most of his inventions were built for the purpose of doing the simplest tasks for him.
* ChildProdigy: He's able to casually invent gadgets that most adult engineers would have trouble constructing, even with proper resources.
* CrossdressingVoices: His voice is performed by a woman in the UK dub.
* DarkSkinnedRedhead
* GadgeteerGenius: Like Robbie, he's very smart and capable of coming up with his own inventions. [[BrilliantButLazy Most of said inventions were built for the purpose of doing things for him, though]].
* HomemadeInventions: All of his inventions were built by his own hand.
* MeaningfulName: Pixel. A fitting name for someone who spends his time playing video games and making inventions.
* {{Nerd}}: A young computer-obsessed kid who loves video games and science.
%%* OnlyOneName: Like the other children of [=LazyTown=], he has no surname.
* OutOfFocus: Compared to characters like Ziggy and Stingy who had many focus episodes throughout the shows run, Pixel only got a few in the earlier seasons and none in the later ones.
* RaceLift: His stage play counterpart was portrayed by a Caucasian actor; here, he's African-American.
* TechnoBabble: Whenever he talks about one of his inventions.
* TheSmartGuy: The most intelligent of [=LazyTown=]'s children.
%%* WeekendInventor
* YouGottaHaveBlueHair: Orange hair in his case.

[[folder:Trixie Troubleby]]
->'''Played By:''' Sarah Burgess (US S1-2; UK) / Aymee Garcia (US S3-4)

%%* DeadpanSnarker
* GirlishPigtails: She wears three pigtails; two of them are on both sides of her head. The third one is hidden by her helmet.
* MeaningfulName: A mischievous girl named "Trixie". [[BlatantLies Nothing meaningful about that]].
* MustacheVandalism: The opening credits show her drawing a mustache on a flyer depicting the mayor.
%%* OnlyOneName: Like the other children of [=LazyTown=], she has no surname. [[AllThereInTheManual Her original name was going to be "Trixie Troubleby" before it was shortened]].
* OutOfFocus: Similar to the Pixel example listed above, Trixie has very few focus episodes throughout the course of the show.
* ThePrankster: She can be a troublemaker and likes to draw mustaches on Mayor Meanswell's posters.
* RaceLift: While she was white in the stage plays, she's depicted as an Asian character here.
* TomboyAndGirlyGirl: The former to Stephanie, due to her puckish sense of humor and her preference for jeans and gender-neutral colors.
%%* TwoferTokenMinority
* TheSmurfettePrinciple: She was the only girl in the group until Stephanie arrived.

[[folder:Stingy Spoilero]]
[[caption-width-right:100: "These tropes are mine!"]]
->'''Played By:''' Jodi Eichelberger (US) / Sarah Burgess (UK S1-2) / Unknown (UK S3-4)

* {{Catchphrase}}: "It's mine!"
* CharacterSignatureSong: Of course, "The Mine Song", about, [[ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin what else]], the various things he supposedly owns.
* CompanionCube: Stingy frequently converses with his piggy bank named [[ADogNamedDog "Piggy"]].
* ExhaustedEyeBags: Stingy appears to have these despite having no known sleeping problems.
* HarmlessVillain: Sometimes his greed and pettiness puts him at odds with the other children, but deep down he's a nice, well-meaning boy who acts more like a SpoiledBrat than a true villain.
* HiddenDepths: In the episode "Secret Agent Zero," Stingy is shown being able to masterfully play the saxophone.
%%* ItsAllAboutMe
* JerkWithAHeartOfGold: Yeah, he's a spoiled brat, but he's not a super-villain and he always learns his lesson in the end.
* MeaningfulName: He's very '''''[[IncrediblyLamePun stingy]]''''' with his stuff. If he sees something lying around, "[[{{Catchphrase}} it's mine]]!"
* NeatFreak: Comes from his namesake nature. Came in handy in "Trash Trouble", when he kickstarts the kids' cleaning of [=LazyTown=].
%%* OnlyOneName: Like the other children of [=LazyTown=], he has no surname.
* PurelyAestheticGlasses: According to Stingy's puppeteer and voice actor, Jodi Eichelberger, the glasses Stingy occasionally wears from Season 2 onwards are only there to make him look smarter.
* RichInDollarsPoorInSense: His obsession with collecting things sometimes gets in the way of his better judgement.
%%* TheScrooge
%%* SpoiledBrat
* ThoseTwoGuys: Occasionally shares this role with Ziggy.
* TokenEvilTeammate: Not ''evil'', per se, but he's definitely the most flawed of the child characters and most prone to grabbing the JerkassBall.
* VocalEvolution: His voice was much higher and whinier sounding earlier on. Starting with Season 2 and carrying on throughout the rest of the show his voice gets much deeper and more nasally. Compare his voice in [[https://youtu.be/2dTh3iI0is8 "The Mine Song"]] to his voice in [[https://youtu.be/D38k_FjKiEg "The World Goes Round"]]