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This is the character sheet for the fashion doll line Bratz.

The Main Four


Voiced by: Olivia Hack (2004 - 2006), Britt Mc Killip (2007 - present), Ashleigh Ball (2006, Babyz: The Movie)
  • Cannot Spit It Out: To Cameron in the animated series.
  • The Confidant: Toward her friends in the animated series, particularly when she chooses to help and offer advice to a crestfallen Jade after a terrible first day at her internship with Burdine.


Voiced by: Dionne Quan (2004 - 2006), Maryke Hendrikse (2006 - present), Bridgitte Taylor (2007, Kidz: Sleep-Over Adventure), Claire Renaud (2008, Kidz: Fairy Tails)
  • Aloof Dark-Haired Girl: Subverted; although she seems to fit all the characteristics, must of her supposed aloofness comes from the fact that she's very shy.
  • Ambiguously Brown: Yasmin's real ethnicity seems rather ambiguous compared with that of the other Bratz girls, although her creators have hinted that she is of Hispanic ancestry.
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  • Beauty Mark: Has one beneath her left eye.
  • Beware the Quiet Ones: Yasmin sees and hides a lot of things beneath her quiet demeanor, not to mention the uncanny amount of perception she has into her surroundings.
  • Brainy Brunette: Yasmin is a brunette that loves literature and is insightful.
  • Cute Bookworm: Yasmin loves to read and also has a penchant for writing.
  • Friend to All Living Things: In one of the movies and video games, it's shown she cares a lot for animals and support their rights.
  • Granola Girl: This character trait is taken Up to Eleven in the animated series.
  • The Heart: Ocassionally even more than Cloe.
  • Implied Love Interest: To Eitan.
  • Nature Lover: She's very fond of earth tones and preserving the environment, and she is also isn't averse to going on a few nature walks now and then herself.
  • Only Sane Man: Sometimes, among the Bratz.
  • The Quiet One: The quietest and most secretive among the four main Bratz.
  • Spicy Latina
  • Took a Level in Jerkass / Out-of-Character Moment: In Inner Beauty Queen, when she initially refuses to attend the school's prom with Cloe's cousin Scott due to his squeaky voice. She lampshades this herself by referring to herself as a "shallow, insensitive jerk" when dancing with Scott toward the end of the episode.
  • True Companions: with Cloe, Sasha, and Jade.


Voiced by: Soleil Moon Frye (2004 - 2006), Britt Irvin (2007 - present), Alexandra Carter (2006, Babyz: The Movie), Nicole Muñoz (2007, Kidz: Sleep-Over Adventure), Kali Edmeston (2008, Kidz: Fairy Tales)
  • Asian and Nerdy: She's Asian-American and a Fashionista who excels in subjects like math and science. However her eyes are rarely ever brown.
  • The Fashionista: While all of the Bratz-girls are very into fashion, Jade's typically described as being the most passionate about fashion.
  • Fun Personified: She's a free spirit who prefers not to take herself too seriously and often cracks jokes with her friends.
  • The Smart Girl: Not fully shown, but she is the smart one out of the gang to some extent.


Voiced by: Tia Mowry-Hardrict (2004 - 2006), Dorla Bell (2007 - present), Chantal Strand (2006, Babyz: The Movie)
  • Jerk with a Heart of Gold: She can come off as kind of a jerk at times, but ultimately, she's a good person.
  • The Leader: She's a natural-born leader who doesn't take direction from others well.
  • Valley Girl: Has the most sassy tone of the gang, as well as using phrases like "girl" or "girlfriend" more often.

Secondary Characters



  • All Women Love Shoes: And Dana loves them more than all.
  • Bookworm: She's often found reading books whenever she's not on the computer.
  • Brainy Brunette: Perhaps the most intelligent among the Bratz by far. She has several nerdy interests, namely sci-fi novels and films and computers.
  • Cloudcuckoolander: Science-loving Dana wants to open up the first school and shoe store in space.
  • Good with Numbers: She's very good at math.
  • Hollywood Nerd: She is nerdy and also attractive.
  • Teen Genius: She's very good with computers and has an affinity for science.
  • Those Two Girls: She is most frequently paired with Meygan.


  • A Friend in Need: She's said to be quite good at giving advice and always willing to comfort a friend in need.
  • Beauty Mark: Has one above her lip.
  • Pink Means Feminine: The girly one among the twins, she possesses many pink clothing items and is often seen wearing them.
  • Polar Opposite Twins: With Roxxi.
  • Tender Tears: She tends to be pretty sensitive and emotional compared with the other Bratz.
  • We Used to Be Friends: Word of God says that she and Kumi are not on speaking terms, considering that she refuses an invite by Bryce to see a movie with him and Kumi in the Bratz The Movie video game and simply replies that "it would just feel awkward".


  • Blithe Spirit: Roxxi loves to "spice things up".
  • Fiery Redhead: She is feisty and rebellious compared with her straight-laced twin sister Phoebe.
  • Perky Goth: If her overall fashion sense is anything to go by.
  • Punk Rock: Her preferred music style when she's performing, as seen in Bratz Rock Angelz.


  • Performance Artist: She has a talent for both dancing and theater.
  • Proper Lady: Her friends see her as being very graceful, poised, and feminine.
  • Put on a Bus: Back to Brazil at the end of Trading Faces.
  • Ship Tease: With Koby, according to the Bratz Rock Angelz video game, although she also develops a slight interest in Dylan in the animated series.


  • Beauty Mark: Has one on her right cheek.
  • Country Mouse: She was raised in a rural setting with her parents before being confronted by the Bratz to complete their fashion show.
  • The Fashionista: She often designed her own clothing from a young age and modeled them on scarecrows.
  • Sesquipedalian Smith: Sharidan Jones.
  • She Cleans Up Nicely: As seen after she learns to be more confident in her appearance with the help of the Bratz.
  • Shrinking Violet: Started off as one when she first appeared in Bratz: Passion For Fashion Diamondz, although she slowly becomes more confident.
  • Technicolor Eyes: She's often portrayed with a pair of purple eyes, strangely enough.



  • Plucky Girl: She proves to have a braver, feistier and cleverer side to her as she saves her family and the humans from her evil aunt Lina.
  • Shrinking Violet: She's a little shy and awkward when it first comes to meeting people, although a bubbly and compassionate person once she fully opens up.

Bratz Boyz


  • Chick Magnet: He garnered the attention of several women throughout the series, namely Kirstie Maxwell and Meredith Dimly in Bratz:The Movie, although he only has eyes for Cloe.
  • Crazy Jealous Guy: Whenever Cloe seems to be showing interest in someone throughout the animated series and films.
  • The Dandy: possibly the most fashion-conscious of the boys.


  • Ambiguously Brown: In the animated series mostly, although it is mostly assumed that he comes from an African American background.
  • Serial Romeo: He's had the most relationships out of all the boys in the line, having been attracted to Jade, Anna, Fianna, Lina, and Breanna at one point, as well as Yasmin in the live action movie.


  • Hidden Depths: He wants to pursue graphic design at an art school in the big city.
  • Hair of Gold, Heart of Gold: Bryce is often portrayed as relatively soft-spoken, gentle, cheerful, and peace-loving.
  • Lovable Nerd: A somewhat shy and nerdy artist with a significant interest in drawing and anime.
  • Megane: The only Bratz boy who has ever been seen sporting glasses, as of Bratz: Genie Magic.
  • "Well Done, Son!" Guy: He initially had to persuade his father, who was somewhat skeptical regarding Bryce's dreams, to accept his passion for art, as mentioned in Bratz: Genie Magic.


  • Ambiguously Brown: His ethnicity never seems to be flat-out stated, although it is possible that he has Hispanic or Filipino roots.


  • Ambiguously Brown: He has noticeably darker complexion compared to most of the boys in the line, although his ethnicity is never truly revealed.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Like Koby, he has very few appearances throughout the line and has been excluded from both the series and most of the animated Bratz films.
  • Hidden Depths: He wants to be an actor, according to his bio during a brief appearance in 2011.
  • Rebellious Spirit: Cade mentions that he's somewhat of a rule breaker and tends to be "slick in sticky situations".


  • Camera Fiend: He's continually seen taping everything in sight, often to the point of being an annoyance in Bratz: Starrin and Stylin.
  • Characterization Marches On: He was portrayed as being a somewhat socially-awkward movie buff and budding filmmaker in Bratz: the Video, yet has been Retconed into a laidback, smooth-talking adventurer who hopes to become a police officer, as of a brief appearance in 2011.
  • Chuck Cunningham Syndrome: Despite being one of the four original boys introduced into the series, Koby appears significantly less than the others and has also been excluded from the animated series and films for unknown reasons.
  • Flat Character: Possibly the boy who's received the least character development in the franchise by far.
  • One-Shot Character: He appeared in Bratz: Starrin and Stylin, and hasn't been seen or heard of since.
  • Ship Tease: With Fianna, according to a "secret date" scene in the Bratz: Rock Angelz video game.

The Antagonists

Burdine Maxwell

Voiced by: Wendie Malick (Season 1), Ellie Harvie (season 2)

The Tweevils

Kirstee voiced by: Kaley Cuoco (season 1), Ashleigh Ball (season 2)
Kaycee voiced by: Lacey Chabert (season 1), Kelly Sheridan (season 2)

Meredith Dimly

Minor Characters

Nita and Nora



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