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Characters: The Suite Life of Zack and Cody
The series having spanned for two shows and a film, there are quite a bit of characters.

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     Characters in both series 

Zachary "Zack" Martin

Cody Martin

London Tipton

Mr. Marion Moseby

     Characters in The Suite Life of Zack and Cody 

Carey Martin

Maddie Fitzpatrick

Arwin Hawkhauser

Esteban Ramirez

Max

Agnes

     Characters from The Suite Life On Deck 

Bailey Pickett

Cody's crush in season one. She is pretty bubbly, friendly, and smart, almost a female equivalent to Cody. She officially starts dating him after he buys her tickets to a Hannah Montana concert. They go through a nasty breakup at the end of season two because of several misunderstandings, and had Unresolved Sexual Tension throughout season three. Both were unwilling to admit they were wrong, but both set their feud aside in the three part Twister trilogy and get back together.


Marcus Little

An ex rapper who lost his carrer because of his puberty. He joins the S.S Tipton Seven Seas High program and befriends much of the main cast. He leaves the S.S Titpon when he gets his singing job back on track.


Woody Fink

Cody's eccentric roomate and best friend.


Emma Tutweiller

Addison

Maya Elizabeth Bennett

Zack's new love interest, she becomes his girlfriend after he throws her a birthday party and even promises to get rid of his life style for her. Sadly, they break up in the series finale.


  • Brooklyn Rage: From New York and fuels her Tsundere traits.
  • Gamer Chick
  • Granola Girl: Goes to do humanitarian work after graduation, which leads to her breakup with Zack
  • Meaningful Name
  • Only Sane Man
  • Sixth Ranger: Takes over the role after Marcus leaves.
  • Tsundere: Towards Zack.
  • Understanding Girlfriend: One episode involves Zack feeling conflicted between seeing her perform at a poetry slam and attending a previously planned video game night with Cody, Woody, and Moesby. When his Zany Scheme to be both places at once fails (per usual Sitcom formula), she tells him that she's okay with him wanting to hang out with his friends instead of her once in a while.note  After all, he wouldn't be the guy she fell for if he didn't.

     Minor Characters 

Wilfred Tipton

London's often unseen father and manager of Tipton Industries. He is incredibly rich (so much that his allowance to London is ridiculous.) and is involved in many criminal activities.


  • Big Bad or Bigger Bad: Probably the latter, as he is only a direct problem in the third season of the sequel series, and that was for one episode.
  • Corrupt Corporate Executive
  • Characterization Marches On: Remember how he seems to care about London's well being. In his final and first real appearance appearance, London has to remind him of who she is. Plus his criminal activities aren't pointed out until this time too with his most corrupt behavior before then is endangering some wales with his cruise ship. His final appearance talks of him embezzling money and on top of that wants to turn the Picket farm into a plastic bag factory.
  • He Who Must Not Be Seen: Is usually concealed by a wall of body guards and isn't properly seen until near the end of On Deck.
  • Screw the Rules, I Have Money!
  • Serial Spouse: Has been married anywhere between eight and fifteen times. And each of them get shorter and shorter as London is the child of wife number 3 though The earlier show suggests she's wife number 1. At the start of the show he's on or between wife 4. he seems to go through at least a half dozen between the two shows.

Ilsa Schicklgrubermeiger

  • All Germans Are Nazis: She's German, and often associated with Nazi jokes (she has a killer wiener dog named Blitzkrieg, for one thing).
  • Beauty Mark: Has a massive mole on her face that she insists is one of these. Nobody agrees.
  • Big Bad: Often appeared as an antagonist.
  • Ineffectual Sympathetic Villain: Heavy on the "ineffectual", light on the "sympathetic".
  • Large Ham
  • Laughably Evil
  • Overly Long Name: Especially after getting married.
    Ilsa: I have gotten married.
    Ilsa: Ja. My married name is Ilsa Schicklgrubermeiger-von Helsinger Kepelugerhoffer.
  • Smug Snake: Too confidant in her nasty actions to actually succeed.
  • Tyrant Takes the Helm: During her time as the manager of the Tipton, to the point that even London hated her.
  • You Monster!: Played for laughs in her second appearance, where she's equated to a literal monster.
    Moseby: There is no such thing as monsters!
    Ilsa walks in the door.
    Moesby, Carey and the boys: AHHHHH!!!
    Ilsa: I'm back.
    Carey: Get behind me kids! Don't look her in the mole—I mean eyes!

Moose

     Characters Only Featured in the Movie 

Ronald Olsen

Donald Spaulding

The Gemini Project


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