List of Monster High characters
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This is a list of characters in the Monster High series. They are all fictional characters who have appeared in Monster High that is composed of dolls, games, books, or other paraphernalia, where the main characters are children of famous Universal Monsters.
- 1 The Main Cast
- 2 Monster High students
- 2.1 Jackson Jekyll
- 2.2 Holt Hyde
- 2.3 Clawd Wolf
- 2.4 Heath Burns
- 2.5 Gillington "Gil" Webber
- 2.6 Toralei Stripe
- 2.7 Purrsephone and Meowlody
- 2.8 Nefera de Nile
- 2.9 Operetta
- 2.10 Howleen Wolf
- 2.11 Sloman "Slo-Moe" Mortovitch
- 2.12 Rochelle Goyle
- 2.13 Robecca Steam
- 2.14 Venus McFlytrap
- 2.15 Scarah Screams
- 2.16 Gory Fangtell
- 2.17 Jinafire Long
- 2.18 Bram Devien
- 2.19 InvisiBilly
- 2.20 Skelita Calaveras
- 2.21 Catrine DeMew
- 2.22 Twyla
- 2.23 GiGi Grant
- 2.24 Whisp
- 2.25 Jane Boolittle
- 2.26 Monster High pets
- 2.27 Watzit
- 2.28 Count Fabulous
- 2.29 Crescent
- 2.30 Shiver
- 2.31 Sir Hoots a Lot
- 2.32 Azura
- 2.33 Neptuna
- 2.34 Hissette
- 2.35 Fright, Camera, Action! characters
- 2.36 Honey Swamp
- 2.37 Viperine Gorgon
- 2.38 Elissabat
- 2.39 Clawdia Wolf
- 2.40 Perseus
- 3 Monster High Staff
- 4 Book Exclusive Characters
- 5 Character Appearances
- 6 References
- 7 External links
The Main Cast
Frankie Stein (Kate Higgins) is the daughter of Frankenstein's monster, his bride, and creation-granddaughter of Victor Frankenstein (Granddaughter of the Monster and his Bride, and parents are Viktor Stein, the Franken-beast, and the other green, Frankenmonster: Viveka Stein). She is 16 days old (originally started out as 15 in the first part of the franchise), and has light-mint green skin, different-colored eyes (being made from all different parts of past-dead creatures) and always wears stitches and neck-bolts. Frankie is a very strong optimist and is voiced by Allison Iraheta while singing.
Draculaura (voiced by Debi Derryberry, and by Dee Dee Green in Ghouls Rule and "Scaris: City of Frights") is a vampire and the daughter of Dracula. The character was initially 1,599 years old and turned 1,600 in the webisode "Party Planners" along with Frankie and in the film Why Do Ghouls Fall In Love, with Mattel releasing a doll line based around her birthday. Draculaura is vegan, only meaning from eating meat or drinking blood; as in the first Monster High book, just labeled Monster High, she eats ice-cream. She is dating Clawd Wolf, Clawdeen's older brother, and has a pet bat named Count Fabulous, and she absolutely adores pink. Draculaura is one of the popular monsters in school. Her bat Count Fabulous has made some appears in the game Ghoul Spirit. She has no Ghoul Spirit outfit in Scream Spirit (team spirit), and at all in general. She adorns a little adorable tattoo-like, or sticker-like beauty-mark birthmark in the shape of a pink heart on her right-hand cheek, that's the symbol of her birthday. In her doll and CGI specials, she has straight-across bangs with straight pigtails and her hair covers up a bit of her ears and exposes some rest. In the artwork and 2D animation of the webisodes, she sports bangs with a bouncy wave to them, curled-at-the-tips ponytails, and her ears are more exposed, to covering the top part of her hair. In the dolls and CGI's, her basic look has her earrings be grey-silver safety-pins with holes at the top and low bottom, and high tips lead by a little silver bead. In the webisodes and artwork, it is the same, only they are white earrings with silver pearls or beads, and the holes are more filled-in and less realistic-looking as safety-pins or paperclips. Draculaura is a sweet, caring, animal-looking ghoul who dresses her bat, Count Fabulous, all girly-like; one of her favorite addictions. Her doll is said to be the same height as Apple White, and her Snow White look is a bit the same; so she is also short in the doll line, and probably in artwork-line, too. Out of this, out of Madeline Hatter, Apple White, and Raven Queen, Raven is the tallest, but probably enough without her tall heeled-shoes, which are the biggest ones. Anyways, Draculaura is a sweet and loving girl and her favorite class is Creative Writing.
Clawdeen Wolf (voiced by Salli Saffioti in all other appearances, Celeste Henderson in "Scaris: City of Frights" and "13 Wishes") is the daughter of The Werewolf. She is fifteen years old and comes from a rather large family. She also calls herself “The Alpha Wolf of Style”. Her best friends are Frankie Stein and Draculaura (whose father sometimes objects when Clawdeen visits her). Clawdeen complains about her younger sister Howleen (with whom she shares a bunk bed) because Howleen is constantly chewing on her shoes, borrowing her clothes, and wiping her nose on her jackets. She and her entire family (as of date) all speak with a Brooklyn Accent. Clawdeen has trouble keeping her werewolf side in check; this side of her can emerge at the sight of a full moon or any other similarly bright light source as exemplified in the episode “Talon Show”. Clawdeen dreams of owning her own fashion design brand, plays on the soccer team, and, in the webisodes, enjoys track and field. Clawdeen disliked Cleo De Nile but only because she incorrectly thought that Cleo had cheated on Clawd with Deuce Gorgon. After Clawd explains to her that his breakup with Cleo was, in fact, mutual, Clawdeen and Cleo become frenemies soon after, even though they are both on the fearleading squad. Clawdeen hated the idea of Draculaura and Clawd dating and tried to stop it but, eventually, she accepts she's wrong. She has a purple pet kitten named Crescent. Main color purple. Being a fashionista, same as by “Eye of the Boo-holder”, like Catrine DeMew, she is also an artist. Her sister Clawdia Wolf is also a writer. Clawdia has mustache-yellow hair, as a cartoon version and doll version of "blond", and has shining wolf-yellow eyes, and wears glasses.
Cleo de Nile
Cleo de Nile (voiced by Salli Saffioti in all others, Celeste Henderson in "Scaris: City of Frights" and "13 Wishes") is the daughter of the Mummy (Ramses De Nile). She is 5,842 years old. Her clothing motif is bandages and hair gold, and she wears a strangely-worn-by-no-one-else, strange, fearleading-uniform bracelet this is an "unusual uniform"; and is a black, perhaps made-of-typical-band-material wristband in place of her Basic bracelet in the webisodes. This bracelet is certainly not worn anywhere else but the webisodes, and officially made its first appearance in New Ghoul @ School, when "Fear Squad" wasn't exact! Cleo took over as fearleading captain when her older sister Nefera graduated. Cleo does not get along with Nefera because Nefera uses every opportunity she can to humiliate her younger sister and get her into trouble with her father. Cleo is considered spoiled rotten, but will always help her friends, if necessary. Cleo does have a heart, but hides it behind her popularity Cleo is also the tallest ghoul out of her main group of friends. She has the exact same fashion-design taste as Lilith Van Hellscream, and has the same personality as Lilith due to Lilith being shown to seem "evil" and "cruel", but having a soft spot and easily feeling guilty for things she has done that are wrong; as guilt, a strong disability of Nefera having.
Deuce Gorgon (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal in Volumes 1 and 2, Cam Clarke in Volume 3, Evan Smith in the CGI TV Specials and the rest of Volume 3 in the webisodes) Is the son of the gorgon Medusa. Like his mother, he has snakes for hair, which he styles in a "snakehawk". He is 16 years old and hopes to get his driver's license soon. He is a member of the casketball team. He also loves to cook and is quite a skilled chef, but he is too self-conscious to showcase his culinary ability to anyone. Deuce inherited his mother's ability to turn people into stone, though he has been able to control the effect so that it lasts for only about twenty-four hours. His petrifying stare does not work on gargoyles which he learns by bumping into Rochelle Goyle. He takes off his sunglasses only when he talks to her. In "Hiss-teria", he reveals that he accidentally petrified his first pet (a dragon named Smokey) when he was a young boy and the effect has lingered to the present day. Deuce is dating Cleo, who seems to always find new ways for him to spend all his money on her. Despite that, Deuce genuinely loves Cleo and wrote a song to express his feelings for her. His pet is a two-tailed rat which he named Perseus after Perseus who Medusa clashed with in her past. Understandably, Medusa is not amused.His favorite color is Neon Green. His favorite food is Greek Fusion (his own creation).
Lagoona Blue (voiced by Laura Bailey) is the daughter of the Gill-Man and a sea nymph. She is one of the best swimmers on the Monster High swimming team along with Gil Webber. Her name literally comes from a phrase-word "languna", which is Polish, Spanish, [and] Russian, and perhaps some other Latin languages and European languages for the word "lagoon", making her fun name a pun off of "blue lagoon". This language might already be known as from the Californian beach: "Laguna Beach". Lagoona Blue has the ability to speak to and have them help of all types of water animals, and she is the ghoul in school with one of the biggest hearts, in line with Frankie and Draculaura.
Ghoulia Yelps (voiced by Audu Paden) is the daughter of a zombie couple. She is 16 in monster years and has a pet baby blue owl named Sir Hoots A Lot. The smartest ghoul at Monster High, Ghoulia is a shy and bookish girl, but her "beast friend", Cleo de Nile, refuses to let her be the wallflower at a party. She can only speak in the zombie language (moans and groans) due to physical limitations that all zombies have. Ghoulia's social life has improved greatly since befriending Cleo. She is the shortest ghoul at Monster High. Part of this may be because as a zombie, she never stands up straight. Ghoulia has a romantic interest in Slow-Moe, a tall male zombie on the chess team. Ghoulia is well-known to be a hardcore fan of "Dead Fast," an in-universe comic book series. She also has a love for the game of dodgeball. Her favorite color is Red.
Abbey Bominable (voiced by Erin Fitzgerald) is the sixteen year old daughter of the Yeti. Her original language is "Russian-Yetish", the Russian version of Yetish, if the language and accent are not all the same, perhaps. Like opposites attract, Abbey feels the same way about Heath as he does for her; as properly by her culture, she is flattered by his crush on her, and like-likes him back. Heath is still pretty flirtatious, but no ghoul could possibly melt his flaming heart like the "Most Beautiful Ghoul in School", Abbey Bominable. In her basic look, she wears bright-purple eyeshadow on her lids, with pink on the creases, pink lipstick to go, has long lashes that look fake in all outfits of the whole franchise; and wears a fuzzy, white headband, holding her bangs back to expose more of her forehead. Abbey likes delicacy yak meat; which yak is a popular animal where she comes from. Abbey has yeti-tusks that pop up from the bottom of her mouth, touching her upper lip. She can freeze anything into ice with her "yeti powers". Abbey is also noted by fans (said how pretty she is) and Monster High males (shown by looks in "Back-to-Ghoul", even by Deuce Gorgon; as to be "The Prettiest Ghoul in School".
Spectra Vondergeist is the daughter of two ghosts. She is sixteen in monster years, same as Ghoulia. She can haunt the halls of Monster High, and literally see things that no one else can (Due to her ability to sneak through walls and under the grounds). Spectra posts the "Ghostly Gossip" blog, and wears magenta-and-purple like makeups and clothings. Her favorite color is violet, and she has hair straighter in the doll line than in the webisodes. She is voiced by Erin Fitzgerald, Abbey's voice actress. Also, like Abbey, she is rare of meaning a main character, and is first introduced in it as "Why Do Ghouls Fall in Love", as also shown in picture in almost all the book-intros of the CGIs. She also runs a blog called "Oh my Oracle".
Monster High students
Holt Hyde (voiced by Cindy Robinson) is the alter-ego version of Jackson, who he turns into when loud music plays (sweat in the Lisi Harrison novels). He is smart (Jackson), polite (Gigi in 13 Wishes), cool, and actually quite hotheaded of a temper and an attitude, same as Operetta. Holt hates being told what to do, and is less educated than Jackson due to spending less time on the outside, as Jackson being the "real deal" (main one), but Holt is still as real as ever. It actually makes sense for him to be voiced by a female, having the higher pitch of voice than Jackson. He is thought of as a "criminal", but still hates being accused of being thought of doing something he did not do, such as Monster High: Ghouls Rule. Again, he is voiced by Cindy Robinson.
Clawd Wolf (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal in "Fur Will Fly", Ogie Banks in later appearances) is the son of the Werewolf. Clawd is Clawdeen's, Howleen's, and Clawdia's 17-year-old, older brother. According to "Bat Dialing Disaster", he has already had his birthday, which must officially make him 18 years old. He is the oldest out of all his mother's packs/litters of siblings. He dated Cleo prior to Frankie attending Monster High in the dolls' diaries when he was struck by one of C.A. Cupid's arrows. Eventually, the magic wore off and he broke up with Cleo who began dating Deuce the next day. Clawd is the Big Monster on Campus and plays on the casketball team with Deuce. In the second wave of dolls, Draculaura has developed a crush on him. At first, he thought of her as a friend, but eventually reciprocated her feelings and now the two are a couple. He owns a pet gargoyle bulldog named Rockseena. He is also over protective of his sister, Clawdeen; but also Howleen according to "Fright On!".
Heath Burns (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal in Volume 1, Cam Clarke in the other volumes) is a teenage son of two Fire Elementals. His name is a pun on "heat burns". In the Polish version of Monster High webisodes. He is the cousin of Jackson, revealed in Jackson's first appearance "Fear Pressure", making him Holt's cousin as a fire elemental (Holt's a fire elemental). He was first seen as a background character in "Substitute Creature." In "The Hot Boy", he was shown to be Draculaura's short-lived crush. Heath has since become a regular character in the webisodes, and the character has been trademarked for a doll. Trademarkia listing for Mattel - Heath Burns. In "Fear Pressure," he mentions that Jackson is his normie cousin, a possible reference to when many fans confused Heath for Holt Hyde. Heath's first mention in the dolls' continuity is in Abbey's diary where he is constantly hitting on her with corny one-liners. Heath primarily serves as the comedy relief, being the butt of many physical jokes and the class clown. In the first novel, Heath appears to be a normie (human). In Book 2, "The Ghoul Next Door," this Heath is revealed to be a RAD when he sneezes fire. He explains that his ability appeared when he turned 15. Starting out as gassy outbursts, Heath's ability is still developing. He is also dating Haylee, a normie, in the book series, and she considers them to be the 'perfect couple'.
Gillington "Gil" Webber
Gil Webber (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal in Volumes One and Two, Evan Smith in later seasons, the CGI specials and Fright On!) is the son of two freshwater-river monsters and is Lagoona Blue's boyfriend. He was first introduced in the webisode "Blue Lagoona" and has made recurring appearances since. Gil is one of the top members on the swim team alongside Lagoona. When on land, Gil has to wear a water-filled helmet over his head in order to breathe, though "Hatch Me if You Can" and the Gloom Beach arc shows that he can be on land for a short period of time without it. Gil is from freshwater, which is why it is hard for him and Lagoona (who can survive in saltwater) to be together.
Toralei Stripe (voiced by America Young) is 15 years old, the daughter of the Werecat whose species was originally seen as a "tigress" by commenting viewers and fans. But she is on the first of her nine lives. Her full name is based off the words tora, which means "tiger" in Japanese, and "stripe", meaning "Tiger Stripe", as in translating. She is an orange werecat who was introduced in the webisode "Scream Building," along with two werecat twins, Purrsephone and Meowlody. Toralei, who hates to be rubbed the wrong way, is extremely catty and justifies her attitude by stating that it is her desire to see cause-and-effect. She was a fearleader until she and the rest of the fearleaders, except Frankie, grew tired of Cleo's perfectionism and quit. She later tries to rejoin, but is rejected. Cleo's most recent diary reveals that Toralei, Purrsephone, and Meowlody are on the squad because of the influence of her older sister, Nefera, who apparently keeps in touch with the trio after having graduated. Toralei's diary reveals why she harbors ill will towards Cleo; Toralei had helped Cleo practice her gymnastics skills to help her make the fearleading squad, which Cleo never thanked her for. To add insult to injury, Nefera named Cleo the new captain of the fearleading team over Toralei, who was expecting to be chosen. Despite her extreme dislike of Cleo, Toralei refuses to resort to using dirty tricks to ensure that her squad beats Cleo's in competition. Toralei's doll has a tail, unlike her depiction in the webisodes and CGI animation (Either that or it is just hidden under her clothes on purpose). Her pet is a baby saber-toothed tiger cub named Sweet Fang.
Purrsephone and Meowlody
Purrsephone and Meowlody (voiced by America Young) are twin werecat sisters who are also Toralei's best friends. Purrsephone and Meowlody met Toralei in the pound. Both have dark gray fur; the hair on Purrsephone's head is predominantly black, and the hair on Meowlody's head is predominantly white. Though they do not dress exactly alike, their clothes are stylistically similar. They used to have a pet canary, but one of them turned out to be allergic and had to give the bird away. The twins are annoyed by the assumption that, because they are twins, they think alike. Neither twin has yet spoken any lines on her own in the webisodes; most of their speech has been occasional meowing and purring, and chiming in with Toralei. Meowlody's name might have some add-ups to Melody Carver's name, as Melody's name might be based on this; of since Meowlody came first, a purpose hint made by Lisi Harrison. When Melody got the Meowlody's, naturally being a cat, name is clearly based off the words "Meow" and "Melody", as Purrsephone's name being based off the word "Purr" and the original name Persephone, the Greek goddess. The Werecats are "beast" friends with Toralei Stripe.
Nefera de Nile
Nefera de Nile (voiced by Wendee Lee) is a mummy, and the eldest and older daughter of Ramses. She is Cleo's older sister by two years and at age 5,844. She is coldhearted, self-centered, and contemptuous towards most other monsters. The otherwise haughty Cleo admits to feeling insecure around her. She enjoys making life miserable for Cleo and takes pleasure in humiliating her younger sister at every turn. Nefera is first mentioned in Clawd's diary and her first webisode mention is in "Miss Infearmation." Her first webisode appearance is in "Hyde and Shriek." Nefera was the fearleading squad captain until she graduated from Monster High, but in spite of this, Nefera continues to manipulate the squad's activities, solely to make life difficult for Cleo. She had Toralei, Purrsephone, and Meowlody reinstated to the squad after they quit, and demands that Cleo keep them on. For some time after graduation, Nefera worked as a model, which only served to further heighten Cleo's feelings of inferiority towards her. Nefera's diary reveals that she actually suffers from an inferiority complex so severe that if she feels that someone is insulting her in the slightest, she breaks down and suffers a blackout. Her pet is a Scarabaeus beetle named Azura. Despite her nasty nature, Nefera has had her moments of kindness, some of them being in the webisode "Kind: The Shockumentary", where Cleo tells Nefera she is a great older sister. Nefera smiles sincerely and kindly lets the Kind Campaign leaders though the doors. She has occurred being mean again in "Bean Scare, Done That", and will also be mean in a webisode when it comes out in English in an episode where she and Cleo fit over the right for the prize their Grand-Mummy will give them when she comes over to visit; of who will make the best visit, which is a Volume 3 episode despite Volume 4 already coming out since the special-link webisodes. She also appears Ghouls Rule, and is being a brute to her sister, Cleo about Deuce, calling him "a loser".
Operetta (voiced by Cindy Robinson) is the sixteen-in-phantom-years-old daughter of Erik. She was born in France, but raised in Gnarlestone, South Carolina where her father haunted a riverboat. Because of this, she speaks with a tight southern drawl. Her family moved to Monster High as part of a job to fix an old opera theater that is within the school's catacombs. Her diary is unique in that it is written as a letter to her guitar teacher and friend, Fynn. Operetta has red hair, wears rockabilly-styled clothing, and a music note mask over her right-hand eye. She is a talented musician like her father, but her voice is only safe to listen to on a recording. She has a recording studio underneath the catacombs. Operetta was first mentioned in Holt's diary where the two go on a date. Operetta is mentioned again when Spectra spreads a rumor that Deuce is cheating on Cleo with Operetta; in reality, Operetta was merely assisting Deuce with writing a song for Cleo. Operetta makes her first webisode appearance in "Hiss-teria." Her pet is a spider named Memphis "Daddy-O" Longlegs, but he is not as long or as skinny as an opiliones, or a pholcidae, which is an actual spider. He is also a bit quite bigger than a small daddy longlegs or a opiliones, and so are his legs and feet (Feet easier to see in dolls and artwork; as he appears with a suit and shoes in the webisodes, but not in any CGI specials).
Howleen Wolf (voiced by America Young in most appearances, Lara Jill Miller in some webisodes) is a werewolf who is Clawdia and Clawdeen's younger sister at the age of 14. Clawdeen and Howleen are rivals and ghoul friends forever. She is the third daughter of The Werewolf to Clawdeen. Howleen considers her sense of style as "werepunk", but Clawdeen characterizes Howleen's style as like "she got dressed 'in the dark' ". She shares a room with Clawdeen and is stealing everything and constantly borrowing Clawdeen's clothes without asking. Howleen is also interested in playing a guitar as shown by Operetta. Howleen displays puppy behavior such as chewing on Clawdeen's shoes and even wipes her nose on her sister's jackets. Howleen becomes friends with Abbey after Abbey comes to her defense when she is being bullied by Manny (she scared him away by tying a horseshoe in a knot). Her crush, Romulus used to "puppy-sit" (baby sit) her.
Sloman "Slo-Moe" Mortovitch
Sloman "Slo-Moe" Mortovitch (also voiced by Audu Paden) was originally addressed as "Moe "Slow Moe" Deadovitch" instead, though. He's voiced by Audu Paden, and is Ghoulia's official boyfriend. He is now the leader of the Zombies as he is the Student Body President. But it works a little differently in 13 Wishes. His 'new name' is based on the phrase "slow man", because he is a slow man. Same as his ghoulfriend, Ghoulia Yelps, he is voiced by Audu Paden; just like all zombies of the franchise: Monster High.
Rochelle Goyle (voiced by Erin Fitzgerald) is the daughter of a Gargoyle couple and is 415 years old. Rochelle is from Scaris, France and a new transfer student at Monster High. Being from Scaris, she speaks with a French accent. Her style is a mixture of iron rot and stain glass. Rochelle is very protective of her friends, but this can tend to get in the way of friends who don't desire her protection. Purrsephone and Meowlody once encountered a French gargoyle who ruined a prank they were trying to play on Ghoulia. Rochelle has an unrequited crush on Deuce Gorgon and he can look at her without his sunglasses on as gorgons' and basilisks' stares do not affect gargoyles. Rochelle knows about Deuce's girlfriend, Cleo, but still has a crush on him. Robecca Steam, her beast ghoulfriend, tells Rochelle to give up on Deuce as it will only end in heartbreak. In the movie she is shown to have had a love interest in Scaris that was left behind but goes back to find him. Rochelle loves to sculpt and is fond of architecture. Her pet is a gargoyle griffin named Roux. She was revealed at the NYC Toy Fair and released in May.
Robecca Steam (voiced by Julie Maddalena) is a robot who is the one-hundred-and-sixteen years old and daughter of a Mad Scientist. She can do a lot of tricks and perform monstrous stunts, and she speaks with an English accent, which she used the "wee" part in the webisode "Angry Ghouls" because Ireland is in UK territory. Her line section are tied in with Venus McFlytrap, Rochelle Goyle, and Jackson Jekyll.
Venus McFlytrap (voiced by Julie Maddalena) is the 15 year old daughter of plant monsters. She likes to wear loud and flashy clothing to attract monsters's attention for her world cause, and see she's also a plant monster. She is a strong-advocate for environmental issues sometimes she will blow pollen that persuades monsters to her cause. Her pet is a Venus Flytrap named Chewlian.
Scarah Screams (voiced by Erin Fitzgerald) is a banshee. Her name originally comes from a combination pun of the word scare, and the English/British and Irish name, as in a UK-territory language name: "Sarah". Before anyone knew who she was, she was referred to as "sixties chick". In "Undoo the Voodoo" she has her first speaking role, and appears to be Irish. Scarah has her second speaking role in "I Scream, You Scream" where she helps Cleo and in this episode she is shown to be telepathic.A banshee is an Irish spirit that is known from her haunting songs. The lore is that he/she who can catch the banshee will live for ever. Being part of an Irish lore, Scarah states she is from Ireland (The Emerald Isles) and henceforth speaks with a light Irish accent. Scarah has white eyes with no pupils, green skin, and jet black hair styled in a bouffant flip. In Howleen's diary, she mentions a banshee friend who cannot keep a secret, obviously referring to Scarah. She was one of three characters (the other two being the Headless Headmistress and the Daughter of Arachne) in the running to be the next new Monster High character to debut as a doll; Mattel conducted a ballot poll at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con International, their official Facebook page, and the official Monster High website to determine which character would receive the honor. On August 11, 2011, the official Monster High Facebook page announced that Scarah received the most votes in the poll. The Scarah Screams prototype doll was unveiled at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con International, and the official doll was released at San Diego Comic-Con 2012. Her first doll available to stores was released exclusively to Toys "R" Us, as part of the "I Heart Fashion" line.
Gory Fangtell (voiced by Cindy Robinson) is a vampire girl, and has a little mole on the right-hand-side of her cheek under her eye, shown in-between her glasses. She is pretty mean, and according to Fright On! which is pun on "fight on". Was originally the type of monster to not be able to like anyone who's not a vampire. By the end of the special, she has changed completely and as lent a helping hand in the talk of the cause for goodness in Hiss-toria. She is appears in background of Ghouls Rule, Friday Fright Nights, and now "Monster High: 13 Wishes".
Jinafire Long (Stephanie Sheh) is the daughter of two Chinese Dragons. Like most dragons, she has the ability to breathe fire, and has golden scales. She also has seven brothers with no female siblings.
Bram Devien (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal, then Cam Clarke, now Evan Smith) is the male head-leader (or "King") of the whole "Belfry Academy 'vampire pack' " along with his female head-leader ("Queen"), Gory Fangtell, and he's bleached blond with darker brows. Bram is a pale-skinned, red-eyed vampire-boy with blue rings around his eyes, which may be shadow. He has a 'nasty attitude', same as his girlfriend, and Bram hated werewolves at the beginning of "Fright On!". His voice acting switching is the same as Deuce Gorgon's.
InvisiBilly (voiced by Evan Smith) is the son of The Invisible Man. InvisiBilly is a complete prankster, but is kind and gentle, according to "Fright Dance", with Rochelle. InvisiBilly does a lot of pranks, like tying people's shoe laces together and other things.
Catrine DeMew (voiced by Kate Higgins) is a white werecat with purple shoulder-length hair who is also an artist from Scaris. The ghouls meet her while exploring the attractions of Scaris in the special "Scaris: City of Frights". She makes several other cameos in said special. She has officially now joined Monster High according to the new "New Scaremester" line of doll-assortment clothing.
Twyla (voiced by Jonquil Goode) is the daughter of the Boogey Man, and has glowing eyes, whose name is maybe punned on the phrase twilight as being a "creature of the dark". She has aqua-turquoise hair with bright-purple streaks and eyes that match her streaks, and cyan-green eyebrows sort of going with her hair. Twyla wears light-pink lipstick, lighter than Toralei's basic lipstick; and has long lashes, while her motif sports that of loose and comfortable clothing with spooky style.
GiGi Grant (voiced by Joni Goode) is the daughter of a genie, and is the Genie of the Lantern in 13 Wishes. She likes to wear comfortable clothing, but not look messy on her first meetings with each "finder". Gigi lives in a good (high and bigger on the inside than outside) lamp (or lantern) which is bounded by strict rules. Her origins place her at Ever After High some time before Howleen found her in Monster High 13 Wishes.
Whisp (voiced by Joni Goode) is not an offspring of anyone or anything, but literally Gigi Grant's shadow. He is a shadow-being created by Giles Grimm's whispering want for a finder to wish Gigi a friend. They are said to be like sisters, and Whisp looks like her in shadowy form; and has became more real with appearance with each spell-bind wish. Whisp's appearance is the opposite-side-directionings of colors, with the different hair, being blue with pink streaks; the vice-versa of Gigi's hair.
Jane Boolittle is a ghoul from a Juggle in Australia. She is the adoptive daughter of doctors who are adoptive mad scientists. Jane likes to explore teenage life, from being homeschooled, and non-experienced as "a real teenager". She can talk to animals due to spending time around them in a hidden, grassy, Australian juggle. She's from a lost juggle and has make her cartoon debut one and only time. Her voice actress so far is unknown, but might be Laura Bailey (who voices Lagoona), or Erin Fitzgerald or Cindy Robinson, who are also professionals at accents. She's spoken with all the ghoulfriends' pets in "Boo Ghoul at School", a spin-off of the webisode: "Who's the Boo Girl?". She narrated "The Creature Creepers Adventures: Part 1: Bat Dialing Disaster", and is voiced by anonymous so far.
Monster High pets
Watzit is Frankie Stein's pet who appears as a dog but is actually a hybrid of many different animals. He speaks in a high-pitch voice, and has two different eye colors, same as Frankie. Like the rest, Watzit helps Frankie throughout school when she and/or her friends needs it/needs so. His voice actor is still anonymous.
Clawdeen's pet kitten. She is purple, has bright/dark, shiny yellow sclera with green irises and little black slits for pupils. Her age is labeled as "Kitten" in her biography, and she is named after a shape of the moon. She also puns/coins the phrase "Me-yow" as saying 'meow' and 'me' as in 'Myself' as a combo phrasing, in "Boo Ghoul at School".
Abbey Bominable's pet baby Woolly Mammoth. She is a girl, and also speaks with a Russian accent, but in a high-pitch-toned, baby voice. She's voiced by anonymous, so far, same as all the other "pet creatures".
Sir Hoots a Lot
Sir Hoots a Lot is Ghoulia's male, baby wise, "old" owl. He is blue with yellow eyes, and same as Ghoulia can only speak in Zombie, same as she, according to "Boo Ghoul at School" showing, he can only speak in "Owl" (in 'hoo's'). Like "Bat Dialing Disaster" with Clawd's phone and chalk-board writing, he is also shown to stick in as the smartest one of the group, same as his owner, Ghoulia. He's offended by the phrase "wise old owl", especially him in particular.
Nefera's Scarab beetle. Was shown as a backgrounder in "Boo Ghoul at School".
Name coin-punned on the blue planet and sea-god Neptune, and fish tuna; she is Lagoona's pet pink piranha. She has appears in "Boo Ghoul at School" as a hydration-tank in the catacombs as a backgrounder without speaking.
Fright, Camera, Action! characters
Daughter of the Swamp Monster. She is blue, with an Afro-like hair, and like Operetta, speaks with a Southern accent. She will make her very first cartoon debut when this TV special comes out, finally.
Possibly one of Deuce's cousins, she is Stheno's daughter. Viperine has viper-snakes for hair, and has long flowing pink hair, and speaks with an unknown-dialect accent. Her voice actress is anonymous, and she wears pink, hair-matching see-through shades for sunglasses.
Clawd's, Clawdeen's and Howleen's older sister. She works as writing, revealed in the Frights, Camera, Action! trailer. She's the oldest female Wolf sibling, and has blond hair, wears something that looks a bit like a businesswoman suit, and a pair of [businesswoman]]-y looking glasses.
Perseus is Deuce's pet rat, with a mohawk, ear-piercing, and a "yo-dude" "go with the flow", "cool-guy"-stereotype, Californian-accent stereotype-teenage voice, a lot like Deuce Gorgon's. He has flaming red hair like Johnny Test's as his Mohawk, and his medium-grey furred. He probably has the same voice-actor as Deuce, which now at the moment, is Evan Smith, but probably one of his old voice actors, as well.
Monster High Staff
Headless Headmistress Bloodgood
Headless Headmistress Bloodgood (voiced by Laura Bailey) is in charge of the students at Monster High. According to her newly freshed bio, she is officially the Daughter of the Headless Horseman, not just based on him. Like her name implies, she can take off her head whenever it pleases her. She rides her horse Nightmare throughout the school halls and uses horse analogies when she feels it is appropriate. Bloodgood is a good friend of Abbey's parents and lets Abbey stay at her home during the school week. A Headless Headmistress Bloodgood doll prototype was revealed at the 2011 San Diego Comic-Con as part of a poll to select the next doll. The doll's traits included a detachable head and a taller body, compared to the female students. The Bloodgood doll did not win the poll, but was revealed at the 2012 Comic-Con as a spring 2013 release as an exclusive to Toys R Us in May.
Bloodgood's nightmare horse based on the one from the story of "The Headless Horseman". She is a filly as stated by Frankie only being "three years old" (Grows quickly), so she is human-aged, and is perhaps the horse that Bloodgood's father, the horseman gave to her as in officialling to now be hers, perhaps as a gift. Nightmare is a blue-furred horse with a purple female horse, and has eyes that are red sclera with lighter red irises and pupils, while the "whites" (sclera) are a little more pinkish than red. Her pupils are the darkest, and nearly black, and she was first heard, but not yet seen, in "Busted". She is also very popular as stated by "The Stitch-uation" and 13 Wishes. She is also Archer's one and only love at Monster High.
Mr. Hackington "Hack"
Mr. Hackington (last name usually most commonly shortened to Hack as a nickname) (voiced by Audu Paden) is the teacher in the webseries that is based on Leatherface. He speaks with a British accent. Mr. Hack is the Mad Science teacher. He enjoys seeing a look of disappointment on his students' faces whenever an opportunity can present itself. Lagoona's Mad Science Survival Guide mentions he also tends to spend most of the class talking about stories of his time with other Mad Scientists and these always end up on his end of the week tests.
Mr. Where (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal) is possibly InvisiBilly's father, the Invisible Man who can also make his bandages become invisible. He is the drama teacher at the school, but also seems to be in charge of the debate team in the webseries.
Mr. Lou Zarr
Lou Zarr (voiced by Troy Baker) was the substitute teacher in "Substitute Creature" and appears in the television special "New Ghoul @ School." He is a strict normie teacher who refuses to take any nonsense from his students, and when the class cannot remember where in the textbook they left off during the previous lecture, he decides to begin his lesson from the beginning of the book. Mr. Zarr's full name is a source of mirth for the students because it sounds very much like "loser," which is what they perceive him to be. He is turned to stone when he demands that Deuce Gorgon take off his sunglasses and Deuce complies.
Mr. Rotter (voiced by Yuri Lowenthal in Volume 1 and 2, Cam Clarke in Volume 3) is a phantom and the school's dead-languages teacher, and possibly sometimes homeroom. He can be quite picky with good grades, less than Hack, but still kind of strict. He is voiced by Cam Clarke now, and possibly for Volume 4, too.
Ms. Kindergrübber is a witch who is the Home Ick teacher. Frankie Stein's Survival Guide to Home Ick states that she likes the students to copy her recipes exactly the same way she does. The one exception is Deuce Gorgon; he is the only student whose cooking she will eat without question. Because she does not like to check oven temperatures, Ms. Kindergrübber is quite possibly based on the witch from Hansel and Gretel.
Monster High celebrities
Catty Noir (voiced by Missi Hale) She is a daughter of werecats, and is very superstitious from being a black cat. So she wears a dress out of broken glass mirror shards and thirteen-styled jewelry, for keeping ones around her out of bad luck. She has almost-grey oxynen-black fur, but is still pretty dark; pink hair in a long, but still high ponytail, eyes to match her hair with slit, black pupils; and pink makeup. She says her favorite color is magenta. She is voiced by Missi Hale.
The Jaundice Brothers' are a parody of the Jonas Brothers. They are popular at Monster High to all of the students, and are rock-band players.
Book Exclusive Characters
Melody Carver is the co-protagonist of the Monster High novels. She and her family are from Beverly Hills and moved to Salem, Oregon to help with Melody's asthma. Melody has just recovered from rhinoplasty that was meant to help her with her breathing, but is implied to have been mostly to please her parents' family image. Melody's family is neighbors with Jackson Jekyll, whom Melody eventually dates. Melody is the one who reveals the truth behind Jackson's blackouts through a recording on her iPhone. Unfortunately, she forgets to delete it and it gets in the hands of Bekka Madden, a RAD hater and primary antagonist of the series. This video leads to the RADs community becoming exposed, Melody forming the NUDIs (Normies Uncool with Discriminating Idiots), and a documentary on their secret lives. At the end of the second novel, Melody learns from Manu, Cleo's father's aide, that she might be the daughter of Marina, a siren. This is confirmed at the end of the third novel. Melody develops the ability to persuade people to do whatever she asks with her voice. She also grows olive and blue feathers with gold tips. This inspires her to make a dress and jewelry out of them.
Billy Phaidin is the son of the Invisible Man. Billy is the RAD who made Salem aware of the monster community after a 60 year hiatus of a RAD sighting. It is implied that his invisibility developed later in his life, similar to Heath's fire breathing. Billy, much like his predecessor, can only be seen if he wears clothing and make-up. Billy dresses up as Frankie to appease Bekka's demands to get Jackson's transformation video back. It fools Bekka, but fails to solve the problem thanks to Brett's poor timing. In "Where There's a Wolf, There's a Way," Candace helps Billy become visible with a spray-tan. Billy has a one-sided crush on Frankie.
Brett Redding is a normie who attends Merston High. At the beginning of the series, he is dating Bekka Madden. In the first novel, he is hunting monsters after the sighting of a "green alien," who turns out to be Frankie. It is revealed later that he is fascinated by monsters. Brett kisses Frankie at the Monster Mash and accidentally detaches her head, sending shockwaves throughout his body. He ends up in a coma until the beginning of the second novel. When Brett wakes up, during live TV, he breaks up with Bekka and wants to find the mystery girl from the dance. Brett joins the NUDIs with Melody, and the two decide to make a documentary to show normies that RADs are just regular people as well. Brett is also dating Frankie and friends with Heath before anyone knew he was a RAD.
Bekka Madden is the primary antagonist of the Monster High novels. She befriends Melody at first due to a common dislike of Cleo de Nile. Bekka wants Brett all to herself, even forcing Melody to sign a contract that she won't make any moves on Brett. Bekka discovers the video of Jackson transforming into DJ Hyde and uses this as blackmail for Melody to get Frankie, the girl who kissed Brett and put him in a coma. Within the allotted time frame, Melody brings a disguised Billy to Brett's hospital room. Bekka is fooled and pleased with the turning in of the RAD, but exposes the video on live TV anyway when Brett breaks up with her. Bekka ends up sabotaging the NUDIs documentary by turning it into fear propaganda rather than a film to help the RADs break out into society. Afterward in the third novel she organizes anti-RAD protests and does "haunted" tours of the houses that the RADS used to live in. At the beginning of book 4 it is shown that Becca had transferred to a new school, after which; little is said about her.
Candace Carver is Melody's older sister. On the surface, she appears to be nothing more than a party girl and the stereotypical Beverly Hills teenager. However, Melody, in the second book remarks that Candace "defied the dumb-blond stereotype. There was no air in that head. The spinning wheels in her brain blew it all out her ears." Candace is very supportive of Melody and is happy to help her sister when she can. She, in fact, was the one to name NUDI and is a proud member, serving as the group's unofficial chauffeur without complaint. Candace was unaware that Melody is adopted until "Where There's a Wolf, There's a Way."
Sydney Jekyll is Jackson Jekyll's mother from the novels and currently is unmentioned in the other media. She had never told Jackson about DJ until Melody Carver reveals the truth to him via her iPhone. Sydney used to teach at Merston High until the RADs were outed in the community and she was fired from her job. She moved to another town and kept DJ as the main personality to protect Jackson. While away, Sydney rents her house to Marina, not knowing she is Melody's birth mother. At the end of the third novel, she is back in Salem, Oregon. In the fourth book, her name is revealed.
- "Draculaura et ses copines". La Voix du Nord. Retrieved 22 February 2013.