Kim Possible - Characters
Created by: Mark McCorkle | Robert Schooley
Country of origin: United States
Genre: Action | Adventure | Animation | Comedy | Family | Mystery
Episodes / Chapters: 87 episodes in 4 seasons
Starring: Christy Carlson Romano: as Kim Possible; Will Friedle: as Ron Stoppable; Nancy Cartwright: as Rufus
Language: English (Original language)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
Sound Mix: Dolby Digital | Stereo
Certification: Argentina:Atp | Brazil:Livre | USA:TV-G | USA:TV-Y7
Company / Publisher: American Broadcasting Company (ABC) (2002-2005) | Buena Vista Television (distributor) | Disney Channel | Mosquito Productions (script clearance) | Rough Draft Studios; Starburst Animation Studio; Toon City Inc.(animation) | Walt Disney Television Animation
Channel: Disney Channel (most countries). Also airs on: Toon Disney (United States); Family Channel (Canada); Toonattik (UK)
Runtime: Aprox. 22 minutes per episode
Plot Keywords: Cartoon | Characters | Cheerleader | Deviant | Deviant Art | Genius | Girl Power | Heroine | High School | playtoon | Rocket Scientist | Smart | Spoof | Spy | Spy Spoof | Super Villain | Teenage Boy | Teenage Girl | Villain
Kim Possible Argentina / Brazil / France / Germany
Απίθανη Κιμ, (Apithani Kim) Greece
Disney's Kim Possible USA (complete title)
Kimmie (numerous others)
Kimmy Cub (father)
Bubble Butt (as a baby, mother)
Miss Perfect (Bonnie)
Tin Teeth (Bonnie)
Miss Snooty (Shego)
Miss Priss (Shego)
Kim Possible features a big spectrum of characters being the most important of them Kim Possible, a teenager girl who along with her high school student responsibilities, which include cheerleading, she must deal with saving the world from villains like Dr. Drakken, as a freelance hero/secret agent. Her sidekick Ron, was Kim's best friend from seasons 1-3 and eventually progressed to the level of boyfriend during the season 3 finale. Overall, Ron's is afraid of everything, but he is brave enough to do anything for Kim. He is laid back and takes the easy way out. When necessary, he is capable of amazing thought and intelligence. Ron's pet is Rufus, naked mole rat. Both Kim and Ron are aided by a 10-year-old supergenius who completes the team providing his technical support.
Family, School and friends:
Dr. Ann Possible
Dr. James Timothy Possible
Jim and Tim Possible
Jocelyn "Joss" Possible
Joshua Wendell Mankey
Dr. Betty Director
Nakasumi and Miss Kyoko
The Wego twins
Lord Monty Fiske (Monkey Fist)
Señor Senior, Sr.
Señor Senior, Jr.
Short description of Kim Possible:
Full name: Kimberly Ann Possible.
Birthday: June 7, 1989. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1 KHU, approximately 5'3"(160 cm). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Red, waist-length, full-bodied
Ethnic Extraction: Caucasian-American, unknown European stock
Full Description of Kim Possible
Voiced by Christy Carlson Romano, Kimberly Ann Possible is the main character who also gives her name to the title of the animated television series known as Kim Possible.
Kimberly Ann Possible is a "basic, average" teenage girl who attends high school, works on numerous extracurricular activities, and is the captain of the cheerleading squad. In her spare time, Kim regularly saves the world from evil villains as a volunteer, freelance spy/hero. It must be added as a particular note that she has no secret identity, so for the most part, her classmates are aware of her work but do not comment on it unless it affects them directly.
Prior to the start of season 1, Kim was an ordinary young girl leading an ordinary life; until her early teen/late preteen years (tween), when she decided to start up her own babysitting business and set up her own website, "KimPossible.com", under the slogan, "I can do anything", to advertise her services. Soon after her site went live, Kim was contacted by Mr. Mchenry, an eccentric billionaire collector who was in trouble, and was trying to contact a different group of heroes, "Team Impossible". After the rescue, Kim's fame as a hero grew until she now is being contacted for help by people all over the world, including governments and royalty.
Ron Stoppable has been Kim's best friend since they attended Pre-K together, and is her boyfriend as of the Junior Prom.
Kim is the eldest child of Mr. and Mrs. Possible and has two identical younger twin brothers, Jim and Tim. She is a gifted athlete and participates in numerous extra-curricular activities including captaining the school’s cheerleading. Her typical state of mind is to be bright and cheerful, and she has a kind and caring heart that compels her to help others and to put their well being above her own, although she can be arrogant at times, especially when people appear to do things better than she can. However she is still susceptible to most normal teenage insecurities and growing pains. She gets embarrassed by her parents, is pouty when she doesn't get her own way, and has a strong desire to fit in, the latter being one of her biggest weaknesses.
Her hand-to-hand combat skills are well-refined, she supposedly knows sixteen different styles of Kung Fu. Kim is also very intelligent, able to figure out villainous plots with reasoning and good detective work, though she relies heavily on Wade for nuts-and -bolts research and technical expertise. Her ability to lead effectively and remain cool under pressure is also exceptional; she is often calmer in a combat situation than she is in a relatively mundane entanglement in her school life.
Kim's personality traits were clearly demonstrated when her school was hit by a fictional personality-guide fad known as animology, under which she is classified as being a blue fox: a born leader who can't resist a challenge, is driven to excel, and who is a perfectionist. During the career fair at her school during episode 28 Job Unfair first aired on August 9, 2003, Kim was drawn toward international diplomacy: a demanding, extroverted field.
Kim has a tendency to be worried about - and frequently fooled by - appearance. As such, she is often overly concerned about her image and the way in which others see her, sometimes even going so far as to extend these anxieties to others (primarily Ron) even though they do not necessarily feel the same way. Owing to this element of her personality, Kim has a tendency to succumb to peer pressure, something she never really manages to overcome until the very end of the third season, and she is often unable to see beyond first appearances, or deeper than other people's defense mechanisms.
It is this element of her personality which appears to form the foundations of much of Kim's rivalry with Bonnie, who is similarly competitive and concerned about appearances, and it is often through this rivalry that we see the less desirable elements of Kim's competitive nature in play, including incidents when she has engaged in tit-for-tat revenge or one-upsmanship, and when she has competed purely because she doesn't want Bonnie to succeed; this has been seen in episodes 36 and 37, Hidden Talent and Return to Camp Wannaweep.
In addition to the recurring problems caused by her competitive personality and her weakness in the face of peer pressure, Kim has also demonstrated many of the weaknesses that have become cliché to teen-high school comedy/drama, most of which have been highlighted in individual episodes, but are not evident across the franchise as a whole. Such clichés include attempting to sabotage an opponent's campaign during a school election, as in episode 10, Royal Pain and allowing herself to be baited into angry or unwise courses of action by a rival, as in episode 35, Queen Bebe.
She is also very protective of her boyfriends or the ones she likes. In "So The Drama," it was confirmed by Drakken that Kim had a weakness for handsome boys, which Drakken exploited by creating the synthodrone Erik. In addition a quick look at her dating history demonstrates that she becomes nervous, and that has an almost submissive behavior in regards to dating. For example in the episode, "Crush," Kim was rendered incapable of coherent speech in the presence of Josh Mankey, her first confirmed love interest. As take-charge as she is in the other areas of her life, when faced with asking Josh on a date, Kim was at a complete loss for what to do.
Kim lives to please, as she confirmed herself in the episode Queen Bebe. When Ron asks her why she doesn't "just say no," to a request for help, she replies that she's "just not programmed that way." This accounts for why she finds herself unable to refuse a date with Brick Flagg in All the News, since she agrees to do it so that Brick won't be so depressed that he'll blow the football game.
Kim is a naturally intelligent student who maintains a high GPA despite her adventurous lifestyle by using the time she spends traveling to and from missions to study, and by always making sure that she gets a handle on assignments as early as she can in case she is called away on a mission at the last minute. As a result of these diligences, it is only on rare occasions that her grades suffer or that she has problems with assignments, as in episode 62 And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI first aired on June 10, 2006.
Despite her intelligence, Kim remains the least scientifically-minded member of her family, not understanding many of the terms and phrases, or inventions that her father and brothers build and use, for example, in the episode The Twin Factor, she immediately passes off her brothers' invention of a handheld Silicon Phase Disruptor as a "stupid toy", or believing that the Mind control chip in the same episode is "ferociously unethical". She also doubts her brothers' high intelligence, believing their early advancement to high school is the result of a mistake in the records, and is truly shocked when she discovers from Mrs. G'day Jim and Tim's S.K.I.P program counceler that it was legitimate.
As with many Disney Cartoons, Kim's physical appearance has remained static throughout the franchise and has not been changed between seasons to represent aging. However, several different versions of Kim have been introduced, at various points in the franchise, to represent Kim at different ages prior to her appearance in Season 1.
Pre-school Kim was first introduced through flashbacks in the episode October 31st, and was later visited several times through Seasons 2-3. She made her first in person appearance in the feature length production A Sitch in Time when she was targeted by a cohort of time traveling villains who sought to destroy her confidence during her first day in pre-school, in order to prevent Present Day Kim from thwarting their plans. Ironically, in an altered timeline that has since been erased, this intervention led to Kim stepping in to fight to save Ron for the first time, bringing about their first meeting outside the classroom and leading to their becoming friends.
Pre-School Kim is very similar to present day Kim, but with the addition of freckles and pigtails. When first introduced, she also lacked the confidence of her present day counterpart.
Early-teen/late-preteen Kim made her first appearance in the feature length production Kim Possible: A Sitch in Time. She was introduced when Kim's present day foes (Drakken, Shego, Monkey Fist and Duff Kiligan) traveled back through time on a mission to sabotage her first mission.
During her tween ages, Kim is shorter and slimmer than her present-day self, and minus a bust line, but with the addition of braces (which is the reason Bonnie called her tin teeth). She is always shown with her hair in a ponytail,and her bangs to the side. Her clothes consist of a purple long sleaved shirt,and darker purple shorts,and matching shoes with a white sole on the bottom,and a black choker with a round yellow jewl.
An older version of Kim was introduced in an interactive featurette that was included in the DVD of A Sitch in Time. Little was revealed about Kim's older self, except that she was still fighting crime in her 40s, was a member of the PTA, and that she wears a patch over her left eye, ala Nick Fury. Older Kim is also shown wearing a Global Justice uniform similar to that worn by Dr. Director (who coincidentally also has an eye patch, though the reason remains a mystery as well). As of Season 4, older Kim has not appeared in the series and her exact place in Kim Possible canon remains uncertain.
Kim typically wears a midriff that exposes her bellybutton, which makes it easily open to tickling.
Actress performing Kim Possible's voice: Christy Carlson Romano
She is the actor providing the voice of Kim Possible. Besides being an actress, she is also an author and singer, she also took dance classes when she was younger.
Romano was born in Milford, Connecticut to Sharon Carlson and Anthony Romano, and attended Orange Ave Elementary School. Being of the Catholic faith, she later attended a Catholic school in Connecticut. She has two older sisters and one older brother. Romano moved to Atlanta, Georgia as a child, and landed her first acting job at the Atlanta production of Annie.
She attended New York Professional Children's School as a commuter student, graduating in 2001. She often tagged along with friends to local high school dances. In 1999, she actually attended the Burbank High School Homecoming Dance with former Disney Channel alum and Freddy vs. Jason (2003) star Chris Marquette.
In 1997, Romano made her Broadway debut in the musical Parade by Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown in the role of Mary Phagan. In 2002, Romano became the first person to act in three Disney Channel projects simultaneously, complementing her work at Even Stevens with a starring role in a movie named Cadet Kelly (alongside Hilary Duff) and voice acting as Kim Possible.
In 2004 she also became the youngest actress to play Belle in the Broadway version of Beauty and the Beast; where she replaced Megan McGinnis as Belle. For her Beauty run, she recorded a New York radio commercial in which she asked, "What's the sitch?" (from Kim Possible).
While working at Disney, Romano has recorded songs in the soundtracks of Kim Possible and Teacher's Pet. The writers of Kim Possible wrote the episode "Blush" based on Romano; She will apparently blush at even the slightest compliment or awkward situation.
In 2004, Walt Disney Records released Christy Carlson Romano: Greatest Disney TV & Film Hits, featuring her new single "Dive In" (which was written by Christian music singer Cindy Morgan). In 2005, Romano was featured in Chris Brown's music video for "Run It".
She also wrote a book entitled Grace's Turn, which is the recipient of the New York Public Library's Book for the Teenage 2007.
The novel is about a teenaged girl named Grace and her year of high school that follows. The story details love, friendship, music, and growing up.
Among the honors and awards she counts many of them so far. Christy was named Honorary Cheerleader by American Cheerleader Junior magazine. Mayor James Richetelli Jr. honored her at Milford City Hall by naming February 22nd, 2005, Christy Carlson Romano Day. Received the first-ever Connecticut's Finest award on February 22nd, 2005. In 2001 and 2002 she won two Young Artist Award in Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series as Leading Young Actress for "Even Stevens" and also was nominated for a third one in 2004 as Best Young Adult Performer in a Teenage Role for the 2003 "The Even Stevens Movie". In 2005 she was also niminated for a Daytime Emmy Award as Outstanding Performer in an Animated Program for "Kim Possible".
Romano is a member of the Barnard College of Columbia University class of 2006, majoring in Political Science and is a member of the Sigma Delta Tau sorority at the same university. She has interned for Connecticut Senator and 2008 Democratic presidential candidate Christopher Dodd, who is her godfather. It has been reported that her next move will be to Los Angeles, California where she will be pursuing a television pilot, movies, and a solo music career.
Among her hobbies we can count singing, dancing and writing music among other.
Short description of Ron Stoppable:
Full name: Ronald Stoppable.
Birthday: October 12, 1988. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1 KHU, approximately 5'3"(160 cm). Ron is shorter than Kim on the model sheets, but Kim's hair stands up several inches. A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Blond, short, perpetually mussed.
Skin: Fair with freckles.
Ethnic Extraction: Caucasian-American, Jewish, unknown European stock.
Full Description of Ron Stoppable
Voiced by Will Friedle, Ron's first and last names are a take on “Unstoppable”. He is a high school student with an eccentric personality who serves as a “bumbling sidekick” to Kim Possible. He was Kim's best friend from seasons 1-3 and eventually progressed to the level of boyfriend during the season 3 finale "So the Drama". He provides much of the comic relief, but also serves as an anchor to Kim's competitive/image conscious personality.
Ron is an only natural child from an observant Jewish family. Ron's father is an actuary. He met Kim during their first day at pre-school and they have been firm friends ever since.
Ron has been depicted as having been an articulate, observant child able to comprehend concepts too complex for the average child of his age, as having an imaginary named "Rufus", and as having a strong social conscience but also under developed social skills which set him apart from other children. While as a teenager, he has a pet naked mole rat named Rufus and has slept with a night light since the age of four.
Many aspects of Ron's current personality can be traced back to various traumatic events from his childhood that have been shown in a variety of flashbacks throughout seasons 1-3. The event which is referenced most often in the series was a summer that he spent in a rundown sleepaway camp named Camp Wannaweep during which time he called home so many times, asking to leave the camp, that his mother eventually refused to accept his calls. as shown in episodes episode 2, "Sink or Swim" and episode 13 "Monkey Fist Strikes". While at Wannaweep, Ron was bullied by other campers and forced to share an insect infested cabin with the camp's overactive chimpanzee mascot “Bobo”. So he developed a pathological fear of monkeys and apes that has been frequently mentioned throughout the series, as well as a less-mentioned fear of insects and spiders. It was also during his stay at Wannaweep that Ron first met fellow camper Gil Moss, with whom he traded his slot on the swim schedule for a second slot in arts and crafts. Gil would later return in "Monkey Fist Strikes" as Gill, a villain seeking revenge on Ron, whom he blamed for causing him to mutate (a result of spending all day swimming in the lake's polluted water).
Ron's feelings for Kim have been addressed several times during seasons 1-3, most notably in episode 53, "Emotion Sickness" when Kim came under the influence of a mood altering device that caused her to pursue him romantically, and were finally resolved during the last installment of the Season 3 finale (originally intended to be the final episode of the franchise). During Season 4, he and Kim are officially a couple and the series develop around their relationship.
During Senior year Ron joined the high school football team as its star running back, using the running and dodging skills he honed as Kim's sidekick.
In Season 4 episode "Big Bother" his parents adopted a baby girl from Japan named Hana. At first, the change angered Ron, calling Hana an "intruder" and evil. However eventually, he started to love Hana, enjoying her company.
In "Graduation", the last installment of the franchise, Ron truly stepped up and became the hero by singlehandedly saving Kim as well as the entire world. After Kim and Shego were knocked out by the menacing alien Warhok, Ron was the only one left to fight and was unsure of what to do. Sensei appeared to encourage Ron to summon his Mystical Monkey Powers, telling him that he is the Monkey Master and that this was his destiny. With Kim's very life on the line, Ron was finally given the motivation he needed to step up and in an incredible show of bravery and sheer power he singlehandedly takes on both Warhok and his battlemate Warmonga and apparently destroys them.
Alongside his general clumsiness, Ron does not excel in school and often appears to have difficulty grasping simple facts or concepts, even if they are spelled out to him, either because he has a limited understanding of the topic or the way in which it is discussed, or because he is not paying attention(due to the nature of Ron's role within the series, it is not always clear when this is part of his permanent personality, and when this is intended purely as comic relief). Ron's problems are accentuated by his overall lack of focus, and by a tendency towards a laziness which, at its most extreme, included expecting his lab partner to do all of the work on the grounds that their natural motivation to succeed would compel them to pick up his slack.
Ironically, while it is a common gag for Ron to fail to understand everyday words or euphemisms(such as the phrase "fraternal twins"), Ron demonstrates a slightly more advanced vocabulary than other characters on the franchise, often using longer words than a person of his age might otherwise use, and maintaining a more controlled style of speech throughout the series as well as reflecting complex and unusual lines of thought that slip other character's attention, including comments on Kim's own statements and behavior. However, such observations by Ron only serve to further give other characters the impression that he is odd and weird. These characteristics were particularly evident when Ron was younger, in later episodes, they are less prevalent, but still reasonably frequent.
Ron also has a tendency to hold onto childhood habits and customs, often stubbornly refusing to change despite the negative reactions of others. For example, he goes out trick-or-treating at a time when most people of his age would have long ceased. In the Season 4 episode Grand Size Me, he does not appreciate that eating nothing but Bueno Nacho food would cause him to decline in health and physique. In The Big Job, when Monique hints that he should have a job, he doesn't understand even when Monique tells him that he'd have "mad money".
As is common for a fictional underdog, Ron has a tendency to have low expectations of his performance and to set low standards for himself, both academically and socially. He lacks focus and often appears to fare poorly due to either a lack of effort and a lack of belief in his own abilities or through trying too hard and coming across as a clown.
Ron is the polar opposite of Kim in personality. He displays a lack of ambition and a propensity for sarcasm toward villains such as Drakken. He, excels at things that she has difficulties with (and vice versa), and sees the world in a different way. He is probably also the most diverse character in the franchise, and is the character who has displayed the most contradictions/contrasts in terms of personality and capability throughout the franchise including; his demonstrable creative and intellectual streaks.
He wrote the song that Kim sung at the school talent contest in "Hidden Talent" and the Naked Mole Rap, in "Rappin' Drakken". He is a talented cook, as shown in "Two to Tutor", and enjoys success in many craft-related activities (including constructing his own custom made Mad Dog head in "Attack of the Killer Bebes" and trapping Gill with a net he made of lanyards, saying "Arts and Crafts is my element"). In "Exchange", Ron overcame both his sense of self doubt and his fear of monkeys, in order to rescue Yori from Monkey Fist.
In "Sick Day", Ron was able to master several different extreme sport related skills that he had previously been unable to master, in order to infiltrate Drakken's lair and escape with Ray X having suffered only a single trademark pants-related incident. In "The Twin Factor", Ron successfully evaded both Shego and a mind controlled Kim, even maneuvering himself so that the pair would cut his bonds, and in “"Exchange"” he easily defeated experienced Yamanouchi ninja Fukushima in single combat. In "Ill Suited", Ron tried out for the Middleton High Football Team and it was discovered that his so-called "mad running away skills" made him a natural running back. He earned Middleton High's all-time rushing record (running the entire opposing team into exhaustion after just one play), which has actually earned him the nickname "Unstoppable Stoppable." In "Big Bother", Ron protects his baby sister Hana by quickly dispatching a couple dozen of Monkey Fist's monkey ninjas, displaying impressive martial arts skills in the process, and manages to hold his own against Monkey Fist himself. In "Stop Team Go", while evil, Ron has shown amazing talent and skill while fighting an army of Wegos and quickly dispatching them.
Yet another instance of these abilities appear in "The Fearless Ferret". As the superhero, Ron foils the plot of White Stripe after the villain incapacitates Kim. In the episode (a parody of the original Batman TV series) Ron becomes the apprentice of Timothy North (voiced by Adam West) who believes he is the character he has been playing (this is also a parody of the setup for the animated series Batman Beyond; Will Friedle voices both Terry McGinnis and Ron).
Ron has also the ability to converse with and understand animals. Most often, this is seen in his interactions with Rufus, although it could be argued that Rufus is already, albeit unusually, communicative with others as well. He has, however, also shown that he can communicate very well with other animals: Chippy, in "The Full Monkey", Roachie in the homonimous episode, and Professor Dementor's giant dogs in Bonding among other.
Perhaps the most pronounced of the changes/contrasts displayed by Ron was in "Bad Boy" when the stereotypical "mad scientist" elements of Drakken's personality were accidentally transferred into him, causing him to temporarily became a costumed "Mad scientist/Evil genius" type supervillain named Zorpox the Conqueror. As Zorpox, Ron created a series of increasingly sophisticated weapons, ranging from a mechanical device to fling mashed potatoes to an all terrain plasma catapult and a weather generator capable of instantly controlling the weather at a global scale.
Ron has the unusual ability, for a high school student, of moving between different cliques and social groups without showing any undue prejudice of their various activities. Ron associates both with the most popular girls in school (Kim, Bonnie), as well as the most outcast nerds in Middleton (Larry, Ned). He accepts, and is accepted by people as diverse as Monique (Kim's fashion oriented friend), Wade (a super-genius shut-in), Zita, Felix and of course Kim. He interacts with football players, roleplaying nerds, cheerleaders, geniuses, slackers, and everything in between on a regular basis, and never appears to judge them or their activities as being more or less worthy.
He also often makes profound observations on life, society, and all kinds of logics that belie his normal portrayal as having an "uncomplicated mind", and he displayed all of the qualities needed to be rapidly promoted to a management position during his very short-lived career at the Middleton Bueno Nacho; on the other hand he also tends to overreact to change, even when they're minor.
During the season 1 episode "Monkey Fist Strikes", Ron was exposed to ancient magical energy from four jade monkey statues which imbued him with "Mystical Monkey Powers", including an instinctive knowledge of the martial art of "Tai Sheng Pek Kwar" (translates to "The big saint divides hangs," is a Chinese martial art where the movements imitate monkeys or apes in fighting; its movements and sometimes comic actions of the monkey style has made it a popular subject in Hong Kong martial arts movies) as well as superhuman speed and strength.
It was initially implied that Ron lost these powers when the jade monkey statues were destroyed and they played no further part in season 1 (even during other Monkey Fist related episodes). However, they were revisited half way through season 2, during the episode "Exchange", when Ron was temporarily transferred to the Yamanouchi ninja school in Japan.
While at Yamanouchi, Ron was trained as a ninja and showed, in the final confrontation, great skill in Tai Sheng Pek Kwar, defeating the monkey ninjas almost instinctively. He displayed several "bursts" of monkey power throughout the episode but was unable to control them most of the time. He was also introduced to the Lotus Blade; a shape changing sword used by Toshimiru, the founder of the Yamanouchi ninja school, who was also a master of Tai Sheng Pek Kwar (a bit of a mistake on the part of the writers by setting it in Japan; Tai Sheng Pek Kwar is a Chinese martial art, not Japanese). After "Exchange", Ron's monkey powers were not explicitly shown again for a while. The show even made a self-referential comment about this; during a fight in "Team Impossible", Ron's opponent is surprised by his terrible performance, believing Ron is supposed to possess some sort of mystical superpower. Ron sheepishly replies that "it comes and it goes, y'know." The Mystical Monkey Power storyline picked up again in "Oh No! Yono!", with the revelation of the back story of Hana Stoppable and the final encounter between Ron and Monkey Fist. During the final two-part episode, "Graduation", Ron's Mystical Monkey Powers sprung into a very powerful being when he singlehandedly confronted, fought, and defeated the nine foot tall alien duo of Warmonga and Warhok, with no help from Kim or Rufus. He was seen to grab both aliens by their wrists and launch them well over half a mile into the air, before they impacted with their crashing spaceship, presumably destroying them. Needless to say, this surprised those around him, including Kim, Shego, and Rufus. This action caused Kim, for the first time in the series (and the last, given that it was the final episode), to be lost for speech. Even Shego was completely impressed, saying that it looked like Ron "stepped up, monkey style." This was the first time in the series that Ron had complete control over his powers and he can now presumably access them whenever he wants.
As a Jew, Ron is the only Kim Possible character whose religious background is specifically mentioned in the series. As such, Ron does not openly partake in religious activities or discuss his religion on screen. Instead, his background is usually referenced through stereotypes and cultural references associated with Judaism in the modern United States--for example, requesting kosher meals in the school cafeteria, despite not keeping kosher in other aspects of his diet, an example of this is seen in "Big Bother," during breakfast, he asked for bacon, despite pork not being a kosher meat. Likewise, in Homecoming Upset, he is seen eating a slice of pepperoni pizza.
As of the end of season 3, the only time that his background was referenced directly was during season 1, when teacher Steve Barkin noticed that Ron's rabbi, Rabbi Katz, had given him a Bar Mitzvah certificate but had forgotten to sign it, in "Ron the Man.". Afterwards, he is seen consulting with a rabbi and makes several references to different aspects of Jewish culture. However, the reference primarily serves as a MacGuffin designed to lead up to a subplot which explored traditional teenage insecurities. After Barkin's discovery, Ron is sent into a spiral of self-doubt and resorts to using technology from supervillain supplier Jack Hench to give himself huge muscles, before discovering that manhood comes from within, not from what you look like on the outside or from a piece of paper (which Rabbi Katz eventually signs). This experience suggests that Ron is not particularly devoted to or knowledgable about Judaism, since a boy has a Bar Mitzvah and becomes a man on his thirteenth birthday, signed certificate or not. The certificate and the ceremony are just formalities. Despite his upbringing, Ron is an active participant in the secular aspects of Christmas, which he usually spends with the Possible Family, as shown in "A Very Possible Christmas."
Bueno Nacho, a Mexican fast food chain, is Ron's favorite restaurant. He gets mad when something gets in the way, tries to destroy, or challenge it in any way. He goes there with Kim almost all the time. He invented the 'Naco,' a combination of nachos and a taco, which got him promoted to assistant manager. He quit this position to help Kim in the episode "Bueno Nacho". The Naco also earned him 99 million dollars in royalties- a nickel for every Naco sold- in "Ron Millionaire".
Actor performing Ron Stoppable's voice: Will Friedle
Born William Alan Friedle on August 11, 1976 in Hartford, Connecticut he is an actor and comedian. He has voiced a number of animated characters other than Ron Stoppable such as Terry McGinnis, the titular character of Batman Beyond.
Friedle has two older brothers, Gary and Greg; they grew up in Avon, Connecticut; attending Avon High School. He also grew up listening to punk music. After committing himself to becoming an actor, Friedle continually commuted from Avon to New York City for auditions; something that wasn't difficult for him as one of his passions is traveling. He also attended Occidental College.
In 2004, he co-starred with Chris Owen in the independent film National Lampoon's Gold Diggers, originally titled Lady Killers. He also appeared in a supporting role in the 2005 ABC Family movie Everything You Want. Friedle was cast as "Mike" in the WB sitcom Off Centre, but could not accept the role because of a previous commitment to the UPN series The Random Years. The role ended up going to Eddie Kaye Thomas from the American Pie series.
Friedle provided his voice for many video games too, including; the 2007 Rogue Galaxy as Jaster; 2006 Kingdom Hearts II as Seifer Almasy; 2005 Tony Hawk's American Wasteland; 2005 Advent Rising; 2004 Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault; 2005 Jade Empire; 2001 Teen Titans.
In the July 4, 2006, issue of People, Friedle mentioned he had been contemplating attending culinary school. Will chose Xavier for one of his middle names, because he thought it would be cool to have an X in his name.
In 1995 he was nominated with a Young Artist Award for Best Performance Young Actor in a TV Comedy Series
for the 1993 Boy Meets World.
Short description of Kim Possible:
Full name: Rufus.
Age: Two years old as of Season 1 and four as of Season 4; this being an estimation, based on his appearance as a newborn in the movie A Sitch in Time.
Height: 0.20 KHU, approximately 1 foot (30 cm), standing on his hind legs. Tail adds about 4 inches to his length. A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers. However it must be noted that Rufus is larger than a real-world example of his species
Hair: None except for the whiskers
Ethnic Extraction: Naked mole-rat (Heterocephalus Glaber).
Full Description of Rufus
Voiced by Nancy Cartwright, Rufus is Ron's pet naked mole rat and is considered a full member of the team — in fact, he often proved to be a good deal more competent than Ron, or even Kim on occasion. Ron got Rufus because he could only have a hairless pet due to his father's allergies, as mentioned in "Rappin’ Drakken". At first, Kim was disgusted by Rufus, but later in the show, she liked him and often even relied on his help.
He was likely born a few days to two weeks prior to being purchased at Smarty Mart by Ron Stoppable. He seems to view himself more as Ron and Kim's son than as a pet, and, at least, Ron feels the same way. Rufus is largely anthropomorphic, in that he can stand upright, and is able to see clearly. Rufus is capable of understanding English and of abbreviated speech.
For the sake of Rufus as a character, the show ignores the reality of literal naked mole rats, who are nearly completely blind, rely upon large colony environments and specific temperatures, and cannot survive individually as pets. This has led to the disappointment of many fans who have sought a pet naked mole rat and have found that not only are they unable to be pets, but look and act very little like Rufus in real life.
Rufus has the approximate intelligence of an adult reaching genius level for about one week when hit by the genius ray. It is likely he kept much of this intelligence. In addition, Rufus seems to show Olympic level agility and strength for a mole rat. Likely this is due to his lifestyle as a part of Team Possible and being hit by mystical monkey power. Additionally he has electronics and mechanical tampering abilities as well as stealth intrusion, aided by his small size. Powerful teeth for digging, with which he can cut concrete, some metal, rope; he also has extensive video gaming skills; something that seems pretty strange...for a mole rat.
Though Rufus' personality is a mix of Kim's and Ron's, Rufus can still be seen as a copy of Ron's emotions immitating him on many occasions.
Actress performing Rufus' voice: Nancy Cartwright
Born Nancy Campbell Cartwright on October 25, 1957 in Kettering, Ohio, USA; she is a voice actress. She is best known for providing the voices of Bart Simpson, Nelson Muntz, Todd Flanders and Ralph Wiggum on the animated television show The Simpsons.
Was friends with Daws Butler, the voice of Yogi Bear, Huckleberry Hound and hundreds of others. They regularly exchanged letters, and soon he was addressing her "Dear Pixie." He sent her scripts to record, and then critiqued the tapes she returned. At 12, she joined a children's theatre company and made her first stage debut in "An Old-Fashioned Christmas". The director asked her to join his summer theatre group. She traveled with them for four years. As a senior, she was president of the Forensic League at Fairmont West High school.
A graduate of Kettering Fairmont High School, Cartwright attended Ohio University from 1976 to 1978 where she studied interpersonal communication major and was awarded the Cutler Scholarship for academic excellence and leadership. Then she transferred to UCLA, where she earned a degree in theatre. She was a student of Daws Butler (voice of Huckleberry Hound, Snagglepuss, Yogi Bear and many others), and in her autobiography cites Butler as being both her mentor and her friend.
She met the future Supervising Director of "The Simpsons" (1989), David Silverman, when they were both students in UCLA's Art Department in the late 1970s. They jokingly made an agreement they would one day work on a show together, but didn't find out their deal came through until they saw the credits of the first episode of the series.
Cartwright has been the voice of Bart Simpson and various other characters in The Simpsons since 1987. She originally auditioned for the role of Lisa, but was soon told that her voice would be better suited voicing Bart, so Matt Groening let her try out for the part, and upon hearing her read, gave her the job on the spot. Cartwright was the only member of the main cast who had any formal voice actor training. Bart's catchphrase "Eat My Shorts" was an ad-lib by Cartwright in one of the original table readings, harking back to her days in high school marching band. Cartwright also voices several other characters including Nelson Muntz, Todd Flanders, Ralph Wiggum, Kearney and Database.
Ironically her character Ethel in the 1983 Twilight Zone: The Movie - years before her role as Bart Simpson - is "wished" into a television set where she is chased around and then eaten alive by a cartoon monster. The segment of Twilight Zone: The Movie in which she appears is based on the same episode that was later parodied in a "Simpsons" Halloween special.
Up until 1998, Cartwright was paid $30,000 per episode. She and the other five main Simpsons voice actors were then involved in a pay dispute in which Fox threatened to replace them with new actors and went as far as preparing for casting of new voices. However, the issue was soon resolved and from 1998 to 2004, they were given $125,000 per episode. In 2004, the voice actors intentionally skipped several table reads, demanding they be paid $360,000 per episode. The strike was resolved a month later and Cartwright now earns $400,000 per episode.
Besides Kim Possible and the Simpsons, she also provided her voice for Rugrats as Chuckie Finster, All Grown Up!, The Replacements, Richie Rich, Goof Troop, Animaniacs, Pinky and the Brain, My Little Pony, The Critic, God, The Devil and Bob, Mike, Lu & Og, Pound Puppies, The Snorks, Galaxy High as well as Chuck Jones' final work, Timberwolf. She also plays four characters on the hit syndicated TV show, Wayside: Mrs. Jewls, Dana, Maurecia, and Sammy the deceased rat.
In 1997 she was offered the chance to do the female voices for "South Park", but turned it down because she felt the show was too offensive.
In 1989 she joined the Church of Scientology, and would later become a Clear on October 1, 1991. Cartwright was awarded Scientology's Patron Laureate Award after she donated $10 million, almost twice her annual salary, to the organization in 2007.
Cartwright married writer Warren Murphy in 1988. The couple had two children, Lucy Mae and Jackson and they divorced in 2005.
Cartwright actively supports many nonprofit organizations, including Famous Fone Friends, Make-a-Wish Foundation, and The Way to Happiness Foundation (Scientology-run). She is co-founder of "Happy House" (also Scientology-run), a non-profit organization dedicated to building better families and is a contributor to ASIFA-Hollywood's Animation Archive Project. In September 2007, Cartwright received the Make-a-Wish Foundation's Wish Icon Award for her "significant commitment to the mission of the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Greater Los Angeles."
She also has a passion for driving stock cars. She drove 158 mph around California Speedway with the Richard Petty Driving Experience. As of 2007 she was seeking to obtain an official NASCAR racing license so Cartwright has been taking theory classes with NASCAR driver Kenton Gray for that. According to Gray Nancy has been one of the most naturally talented students he ever had.
Short description of Wade:
Full name: Wade Load.
Birthday: February 26, 1995. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 0,7 KHU, approximately 3'6"(112 cm). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Black, short, indicated curls
Ethnic Extraction: African-American
Full Description of Wade
Voiced by Tahj Mowry, Wade Load is a 12-year-old (as of season 4) supergenius who is also Team Possible's technical support running Kim Possible's website, supplying her with her various gadgets, giving her missions through her "Kimmunicator", arranging transportation for her. He often searches and gives all the required information to Kim, and performs programming feats.
In "Homecoming Upset" it is mentioned that he completed his high school and college education in eight months. He spents his time in his bedroom in his parents's house, in front of the computer with the lights off. He was a master of the role-playing game Everlot. He also possesses unparalleled mechanical and computer skills and almost no electrical system is beyond his hacking skills.
In one episode he developed a crush on Monique immediately after seeing her in person for the first time, leading him, in "The Cupid Effect", to create a love ray and try to force her to be his girlfriend. In the end he learned his lesson and quickly recovered from his minor heartbreak as he gets a crush on a genius girl sitting in Bueno Nacho, but it was clear that this didn't work out, as she had created a love ray herself, much to Wade's chagrin.
Wade is always accompanied by a soda and he is always inside his room, which houses several computers and a virtual reality system.
He is the inventor of Kim's battle suit. Despite for the first two seasons, and most of the third season, Wade is never seen outside of his room, until the episode "Team Impossible," after Team Impossible overloaded his computer system with a power spike, he personally arrived on scene, and vented on the three members of the team. In the fourth season, Wade ventured out of his room to give Kim new inventions, and on at least one occasion, to return Kim's battle suit to her, after repairs, and upgrades were made to it.
Although one unusual, for someone who never gets outside his room, ability of Wade is riding horses as seen in "Cap'n Drakken".
Actor performing Wade Load's voice: Tahj Mowry
Born Tahj Dayton Mowry on May 17, 1986 in Honolulu, Hawaii; to Darlene Flowers and Timothy Mowry. He is an actor and singer. He played varsity football at Westlake High School in California and Savannah State University. He also attended Pepperdine University in Malibu, California.
He is the younger brother of twin sisters Tia Mowry and Tamera Mowry as well as the older brother of Tavior Mowry. He was raised in Hawaii by his mother Darlene Flowers, who manages her children's careers, and his father Timothy, a police officer in California. His mother is African American and his father is Italian American; the two met during high school in Miami and later both enlisted in the military, becoming NCOs (non-commissioned officer).
In 1994 he often did Pine-Sol commercials while his older siblings filmed "Sister, Sister", before taking on larger roles. Then Mowry starred in the television series Smart Guy and also appeared in Full House as Teddy and in Disney Channel movies. He had a guest role on Disney Channel's series The Suite Life of Zack and Cody and in a Star Trek: Voyager episode entitled "Innocence". Mowry appeared in the movie "Are We Done Yet? and in Seventeen Again.
Besides providing his voice for Wade, Mowry sang "Shine Your Light On Me" for School's Out! Christmas and Circle of Life for the Disney Channel Circle of Stars recording of The Lion King. He has been cast in the Coach Carter TV series and the Matrix.
He has been nominated for the Young Artist Award in 1992 for Exceptional Performance by a Young Actor Under Ten
for the 1987 Full House, in 1998 for Best Performance in a TV Comedy Series - Leading Young Performer
for the 1997 Smart Guy and in 2001 for Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy) - Supporting Young Actor
for the 2000 Seventeen Again. In 1998 he also was nominated for a Young Star Award for Best Performance by a Young Actor in a Comedy TV Series for the 1997 Smart Guy. Then in 1999 and 2000 he was nominated for the Image Awards for Outstanding Youth Actor/Actress also for Smart Guy.
Short description of Dr Drakken:
Full name: Drew Theodore P. Lipsky.
Birthday: November 30, 1959. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1.11 KHU, approximately 5'10"(1.78 m). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Black, ponytailed
Skin: Blue, but it turned back to normal when he briefly turned to good in bad boy
Ethnic Extraction: Caucasian-American, of Polish extraction based on original surname.
Full Description of Dr. Drakken
Voiced by John Di Maggio, Dr. Drakken or Drew Lipsky is known as Kim Possible's arch nemesis. He was first introduced at the beginning of Season 1, in the episode Crush. He is one of the franchise's main antagonists, and one of its most recurring characters.
He dropped out of college after the failure of his prototype Bebe robots and the consequent, lengthy ridicule he suffered at the hands of his “posse”, which included his former friend Dr. James Timothy Possible. Until then he used to have regular skin in college, but his skin turned blue after that event presumably in a tragic laboratory accident-and he began calling himself "Dr. Drakken".
Although clearly a genius when it comes to science and schemes, Drakken lacked the smarts to apply them correctly, and usually ended up portrayed as an incompetent loser and comic relief; nonetheless, his determination kept bringing him back with his plans. Drakken himself usually claimed to be evil, yet, there were occasions in which he showed a soft side of himself. Some running jokes were that no matter how many times he met Ron Stoppable, he could never remember Ron's name, and he would always be surprised when he met Kim Possible (And in the Kim Possible movie Kim Possible: A Sitch In Time, Monkey Fist asked Drakken why he always acts so surprised to see Kim Possible).
Shego is his sidekick most of the time. He has also worked temporarily with The Bebes (whom he created), Duff Killigan, DNAmy, his cousin Motor Ed, and the evil temp Hank Perkins. He teamed up with Monkey Fist in A Sitch In Time, but that timeline was erased. He employs a staff of henchmen as general-purpose minions and lackeys.
Professor Dementor is something of a professional rival, as he is the more successful mad scientist that more people have heard of, inducing great envy and hatred in Drakken; the two feud rather openly. He was cellmates with Frugal Lucre for some months, between the events of So The Drama and early Season 4, and their relationship was not the best.
Drakken's mother has appeared a few times. His only other known living relative is his cousin Eddie Lipsky, aka Motor Ed.
In most of their encounters, Kim is captured and Drakken tells Kim the details of his evil plan. He then calls for Shego to engage in combat with Kim, when she inevitably escapes. The only times Drakken has ever fought Kim are in the movie, A Sitch In Time, and in the episodes 'Mothers Day' and 'Clean Slate'.
In the last episode of the franchise Dr. Drakken and Shego end up together as a couple.
Actor performing Dr.Drakken's voice: John DiMaggio
Born John William DiMaggio on September 4, 1968 in North Plainfield, New Jersey, USA, besides providing his voice for Dr. Drakken, he is best known for his voice roles of Bender in Futurama, Wakka and Kimahri in Final Fantasy X and Final Fantasy X-2, Gilgamesh in Final Fantasy XII , and Marcus Fenix in Gears of War.
John DiMaggio is a former stand-up comedian, appearing on stage as part of a comic duo named "Red Johnny and the Round Guy" and has several on-screen credits, such as Steve Ballmer in Pirates of Silicon Valley (the docudrama about the history of Apple Computer and Microsoft) and as the recurring character Dr. Sean Underhill on Chicago Hope. However, DiMaggio is predominantly a voice actor.
John Dimaggio is also a highly skilled beatboxer, as can be heard in the Futurama episode "Luck of the Fryrish" as the character Noticeably F.A.T. and also in "Bender's Big Score", and recorded an acappella version of the theme for two episodes with Billy West.
In 2001 he was awarded with an Annie Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement for Voice Acting by a Male Performer in an Animated Television Production for "Futurama" in the episode "Bendless Love".
Short description of Shego:
Full name: Shego.
Birthday: June 14, 1977 (it must be noted that in an online chat-interview, Steve Loter stated he thinks Shego is in her mid 20s). http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1.1 KHU, approximately 5'9"(1.76 m). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Black, thigh-length, full-bodied
Skin: Pale Green, a side-effect of her powers
Ethnic Extraction: Probably Caucasian .
Full Description of Shego
Voiced by Nicole Sullivan. She was first introduced as Dr. Drakken's sidekick at the beginning of Season 1, in the episode Crush. She is one of the franchise's main antagonists, and one of its most recurring characters.
In most episodes Shego acts as Dr. Drakken's sidekick, but she has occasionally done mercenary work for other villains. She could be said to be Kim's opposite in the series, sharing many of her qualities and traits, such as cleverness and determination, but using those qualities for devious purposes.
Unlike most other Kim Possible villains, she is not afflicted with megalomania or narcissism. However, despite her generally rational and sane demeanor, she is frequently impatient and quick to anger, especially when she feels that someone is being obnoxious, stupid, or sexist as seen in "Steal Wheels." She has a penchant for sarcastic remarks.
Shego has four brothers, Hego, Mego, and the Wego twins. Together, they formed Team Go, a crime-fighting family in the mold of classic superhero teams. She became estranged from her brothers before she met Dr. Drakken.
Her brother, Hego, in "Go Team Go" summed her up as a "cranky smart-mouth, prone to excessive violence." This, as well as her apparent lack of concern for the general populace, suggests that Shego may have antisocial personality disorder, though its onset may have been due to circumstances rather than actual personality traits.
As a villain, Shego is dedicated to her work, but often appears unmotivated and unambitious, dividing her free time between lounging in Drakken's lair reading villain magazines, filing her clawed gloves, and visiting spa resorts.
Despite being one of the smartest villains, she generally prefers simple tactics, often involving physical force or intimidation, instead of the use of high technology gadgets and elaborate schemes. Because of her effectiveness as a sidekick, Shego appears to be well-respected among the villain community, as some of them have broken her out of prison in order to enlist her assistance, as shown in "Mad Dogs and Aliens." She has occasionally teamed up with villains like Senor Senior Jr., and Senor Senior Sr., Duff Killigan, DNAmy, Motor Ed, Hank Perkins, Frugal Lucre, and in A Sitch in Time, Monkey Fist. However, Shego frequently displays feelings of disrespect towards the franchise's other villains.
Shego is one of the few villains of the series to regularly consider the potential downsides of evil. For instance she has expressed concern over cruelty to animals in "Job Unfair" and "Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles" and paused at the thought of stealing a wheelchair from a handicapped boy, stating that it was "a low act" even for villains such as Drakken, in "Steal Wheels." However, her misgivings are usually pushed aside once a plan appears to be working out. Shego has never actually killed anyone on the show, though she has demonstrated an almost callous disregard for human life. Once, while partnered with Motor Ed, she excitedly remarked that the shockwave resulting from a high powered rocket reaching full speed would "doom the world to chaos!" in the episode titled "Car Alarm."
Shego is a college graduate as in "Stop Team Go" was revealed she has an unspecified degree in child development.
Shego appears to be quite attractive in the series universe, as some male characters have tried flirting with her, though she always rejects them. As a result of being struck by a comet as a child her skin is pale green. Her signature costume is a green and black full-body catsuit with matching gloves and boots, arranged in a harlequin's dazzle pattern. The gloves are tipped with metal claws, which she has occasionally been seen filing to keep them sharp. On the occasions when Shego has been seen to wear different outfits, they typically follow the same color scheme as her signature outfit.
Shego is an expert in all kinds of evil fields, with infiltration and sabotage as her specialties. She possesses extensive martial arts training and impressive fitness and agility, rivaling the skills displayed by Kim Possible. Her attack is also enhanced by metal claws on her gloves, and on occasion she has used her claw-like fingernails to similar effect.
Shego is endowed with a superpower: the ability to generate a green, flame-like energy in her hands. This energy can be used to heat or melt anything she touches, or fired as a directed energy attack ranging from laser precision to a destructive blast. Originally, it was mentioned that Shego's green flames as being purely concussive in nature, although she was shown using her flames to burn or melt things; as shown in "Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles", "Stop Team Go", "Ron Millionaire" and "Odds Man In."
These powers were first stated by Disney as being generated by her gloves, making them a weapon rather than a superpower. However, this fact was retroactively changed during Season 2, when these abilities were revealed to be a true superpower resulting from exposure to the rainbow-hued comet which also empowered her four brothers.
In addition to her energy attack, Shego appears to possess superhuman durability that allows her to survive situations of calamitous destruction that would probably kill other characters. In the Season 3 Finale, So the Drama, she was kicked into a live electrical signal tower, which electrocuted her and then proceeded to collapse on top of her. She came out of the incident with slightly torn clothes and frazzled hair.
Before the series, Shego was once a hero. She was a member of Team Go, a group of superheroes who defended Go City against a number of villains, alongside her brothers. Shego eventually left the team for reasons that were never fully specified, but anecdotal evidence suggests there were two primary reasons: a fascination with villainy and irritation with her brothers. At some point, she abandoned her family and their quest for justice for a life as a mercenary-for-hire. It is unknown what happened with Shego right after leaving her family, but from the beginning of the series Shego has been, for the most part, in the employ of Dr. Drakken.
In the second season, one of the most notable events involving Shego was her reunion with her brothers; she had to team up with her rival Kim to retrieve their powers, which had been stolen by an old enemy of hers, Aviarius. This was the first time the show took the time to detail bits of Shego's past.
During the fourth season, Shego’s character went through some development which pointed to the possibility that she may have been growing tired of her established role as a villainous sidekick. She walked out on two separate capers, as seen in "The Mentor of Our Discontent" and "Clean Slate" as well as on two occasions she actually saved Kim's life in "Mad Dogs and Aliens" and "Stop Team Go." These incidents, where she experienced life on the side of good, seemed to point toward a possible redemption of her character. Finally, at the series' end, she and Drakken put their villain issues aside and teamed up with Kim and Ron to save the world from an alien invasion. Because of this, they were greeted as heroes at the end; however, it is unclear whether or not Shego has changed her evil ways.
As a sidekick, she started out in the series being respectful towards Drakken. As the franchise progressed, she began to develop a stronger personality and to openly show contempt for him. Eventually, Shego became the dominant one, and began threatening him with violence if he stepped over the line with her. She also reacted badly when he twice replaced her with new sidekicks (Warmonga and Frugal Lucre). As poorly as she treats him, Shego sees her place as being in Drakken's employ and has proven to actually care for him, all that making her develop a romantic viewpoint of him that made them end up together as a couple after the final episode.
In the Season 4 episode "Stop Team Go", Shego's personality was temporarily reversed by an enhanced version of Jack Hench's Attitudinator, wielded by an old enemy of Team Go, the techno-powered villainness Electronique. Electronique's plan had originally been to turn all of the members of Team Go evil, but since Shego was already evil, she was turned good instead.
Assuming the alias Miss Go, Shego used her degree in Child Development to land a job as a substitute teacher at Middleton High School, taking over one of Kim's classes. As Miss Go, Shego is a genuinely kind, caring and even girly person who is into shopping and romantic movies. She has a lot in common with Kim and the two quickly become close friends, with Kim going so far as to describe her as being "like a big sister." Shego also attracts the attention of fellow substitute teacher Steve Barkin, and they enjoyed a brief romance. At the end of the episode, Shego was accidentally transformed back to her original self by Ron, and the Attitudinator is damaged beyond repair. Right after this, Shego rejoins with Drakken. At the episode's close, she is seen looking wistfully at a strip of photo booth pictures of Kim and herself, suggesting that she might have regrets about losing their brief friendship. She still burns the picture, though this may have more to do with Drakken approaching than anything else.
Originally Shego was created to be just a Dr. Drakken’s sidekick, designed with green and black as what the creators considered to be known as "bad colors". However, it was after hearing Nicole Sullivan’s performance as Shego that they started to develop her unique relationship with Drakken, as Nicole portrayed Shego as sarcastic and cleverer than Drakken. Shego wasn’t included in the first versions of the pilot chapter (“Crush”) of Kim Possible, but was added in later versions of it.
Actress performing Shego's voice: Nicole Sullivan
Nicole Julianne Sullivan was born on April 21, 1970 in New York City, NY, USA to Madonna, an antiques dealer, and Edward C. Sullivan, a New York State assemblyman of German origins.
She is of Irish, Swedish, Norwegian and German ancestry. She took dance classes at the age of seven, and performed in Off Broadway and Broadway productions with the First All-Children’s Theatre. Sullivan's mother, an antiques dealer, and her father, who represented Manhattan's 69th Assembly District in the New York State Assembly from 1977 to 2002, moved the family to upstate to Middleburgh, New York in 1982. While at middle school, she did well enough academically to skip a grade, and later at high school was treasurer during her junior year and class president during her senior year. She played soccer in high school, recorded statistics for the boys’ basketball team and was a member of student council.
After graduating as Middleburgh High School's class valedictorian in 1987, she attended Northwestern University as a theatre major. She studied William Shakespeare, Harold Pinter, Anton Chekov, Henrik Ibsen, and Greek tragedies, while working two jobs to pay her way through college and writing plays and sketches for the student theatre. Sullivan spent her junior year in London studying at the British American Drama Academy and became a member of the Greenwich Shakespeare Company. Sullivan graduated Northwestern with honors, then moved to Los Angeles to write for and perform in comedy clubs and theatres with improv and sketch comedy troupes before getting sporadic guest-starring roles.
Nicole Sullivan's career started in the mid-90s when she guest-starred on shows like "Models Inc." (1994), "Party of Five" (1994) and "Herman's Head" (1991). In 1995, she beat out several people for a starring role on the sketch comedy show, "Mad TV" (1995). The show became a big hit and Nicole was obviously the breakout star of the show. During her run on "Mad TV" (1995), she guest-starred on shows like "Family Guy" (1999), "Suddenly Susan" (1996) and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999). Sullivan kept busy in 2000, juggling four shows, "Mad TV" (1995), "Baby Blues" (2000), "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command" (2000) and "Talk to Me" (2000). She left "Mad TV" (1995) in 2001, and starred in several television movies. In 2002, she joined the cast of the hit CBS sitcom, "The King of Queens" (1998) alongside Leah Remini and Kevin James. Throughout "The King of Queens" (1998), Sullivan joined two more shows, "Clone High" (2002) and "Kim Possible" (2002). However "Clone High" (2002) failed and she remained in Kim Possible providing her voice for Shego.
She broke into the celebrity circuit, guest-starring on shows like "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992), "The Sharon Osbourne Show" (2003) and "Dennis Miller" (2004). Nicole spent 3 years on "Hollywood Squares" (1998) from 2003 to 2005. Now in 2005, she continues to film episodes of "Kim Possible" (2002), stars on "The King of Queens" (1998) and has been cast with Gail O'Grady in the ABC pilot "Hot Properties" (2005).
In May of 2004, she donated the $100,000 she won on "Celebrity Poker Showdown" (2003) to her favorite charity, Alley Cat Allies, an organization that rescues cats and promotes spaying/neutering.
She is married to actor Jason Packham. On May 12, 2007, Sullivan gave birth to a son, Dashel Pierce Packham, via caesarean section. Nicole Sullivan was also well known as poker pro Jim Morrison's ex-girlfriend.
Short description of Bonnie Rockwaller:
Full name: Bonnie Rockwaller.
Birthday: December 14, 1989. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1 KHU, approximately 5'3" (1.60 m). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Brown, short
Ethnic Extraction: Caucasian-American.
Full Description of Bonnie Rockwaller
Voiced by Kirsten Storms Bonnie is Kim's classmate at Middleton High School, and her rival in almost every respect. She is a stereotypical high school cheerleader. Bonnie has a dismissive and superior attitude towards Kim, Ron, and people in general, whom she considers beneath her.
She is the youngest of three sisters. Perhaps feeling her social status threatened by Kim's popularity, Bonnie never fails to let an opportunity for a cutting remark or insult at Kim's expense pass her by.
She has cultivated an ivory tower position at the top of the high school "food chain," a position challenged by Kim's leading of the cheer squad and general popularity. Bonnie previously dated the football team's quarterback for the status bestowed by this relationship; she later started dating Señor Senior Junior.
Bonnie's extra-curricular activities other than cheerleading include ballet and keeping informed of the latest trends and fashions.
Her sisters are Connie and Lonnie, both of whom look down on her. Her mother is a source of consternation and embarrassment. Her father is unknown.
Bonnie's behavior may be influenced by the relationship with her siblings. From her siblings' single appearance one can gather that her older sisters' successes and insults have lowered Bonnie's self-esteem and given impetus to much of Bonnie's behaviour: her competitiveness, her ridicule of others in order to raise her own sense of self-worth. It seems that Bonnie is emulating her sisters' treatment of her--and perhaps acting out her resentment of such treatment--by doing unto others as her sisters have done unto her in an attempt to gain her sisters' approval and respect.
Bonnie wants Kim's spot on top of the cheerleading squad, and considers it a humiliation that she plays second fiddle to someone so unorthodox. She has escaped physical punishment from the extremely skilled Kim because of the latter's self-restraint; as Kim put it, she's only "high-school evil".
Actress performing Bonnie Rockwaller's voice: Kirsten Storms
Born Kirsten Renee Storms on April 8, 1984 in Orlando, Florida, USA to Mike and Karen Storms. She has a younger sister named Gretchen and an older brother named Austin who is an Army paratrooper/medic; she also has a step paternal brother named Chris.
Her father was Sports Director of WFTV and WCPX (now WKMG) in Orlando while her mother is a successful acting coach and teacher.
At the age of five, Storms was discovered by a talent scout while performing in a showcase at an acting school for children. The talent scout convinced her parents into enrolling their child in an intensive children's program in New York. After appearing in a handful of commercials, Storms' television series jobs included a recurring role on ABC's Second Noah plus a lead role in "Sing Me A Story With Belle" on Saturday mornings, then the family moved to California.
Once in California she took the role of Laura Cummings on The WB's long-running program 7th Heaven. She appeared in three episodes between 1998 and 2001, in which she played a girlfriend of Simon (played by David Gallagher). She was later chosen to play the title character in the Disney Channel's original movie Zenon: Girl of the 21st century.
She later reprised the role in two sequels. Storms continued to appear in a string of family shows and TV movies, including the Disney syndicated series Sing Me A Story With Belle and The Trojan Condom, a Hallmark production. She also took a supporting role in Disney's Johnny Tsunami and voiced Bonnie Rockwaller in Kim Possible.
She use to work with programs supporting American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq as her older brother Austin is currently serving in Iraq.
She was nominated for the Young Artist Award in 2000 for Best Performance in a TV Movie or Pilot - Leading Young Actress for the 1999 Zenon, Girl of the 21st Century; then again in 2001 for Best Performance in a Daytime TV Series - Young Actress for Days of Our Lives and finally won it in 2002 for Best Performance in a TV Drama Series - Leading Young Actressves in the aforementioned series. She was also awarded with a Soap Opera Digest Award in 2001 for Outstanding Child Actor in the same series and nominated for Outstanding Younger Lead Actress in 2003 and Favorite Triangle in 2005 all of them for her performance in Days of Our Lives.
Full Description of Cousin Larry
Voiced by Brian Posehn Larry is Kim's cousin. He was also friends with Ron. Although his last name was never given, it was assumed that his mother, June, was James Possible's sister. That, and the fact that in Attack of the Killer Bebes there was only one Possible in the Middleton phonebook, suggest his surname was not Possible.
Larry was a stereotypical geek. From sci-fi conventions to cosplay to online discussion groups to video games, Larry did it all. He even participated with others of his kind in an underground robot fighting club called Robot Rumble. Kim had pretty much disliked Larry since they were three years old, mostly because she didn't share his interests (a fact that Larry didn't seem to pick up on). Ron, however, shared a lot of Larry's interests and therefore, got along with him quite well. In fact, it was Larry's advice that ultimately led to Ron acquiring his Mystical Monkey power.
Larry didn't appear in Steal Wheels, but we could see Kim holding a photograph of him and hear the message he left on his answering machine. We learned this message reflected the nerd he was. Kim couldn't accept that even he had something to do that Friday night while she didn't.
Larry first appeared in the episode Monkey Fist Strikes and later returned in Grudge Match. He also had a brief cameo in the Season 4 episode Homecoming Upset. He again appeared in the season 4 episode Larry's Birthday where he was revealed to be 19 years old. He defeated Dementor and his minions after apparently turning evil with Kim's battle suit, saving Kim, Ron, and his family.
Actor performing Cousin Larry's voice: Brian Posehn
Born on July 6, 1966 in Redwood City, California, USA. He is an actor and comedian, known for his roles as mail clerk Kevin Liotta on NBC's Just Shoot Me!, as a cast member of HBO's Mr. Show, and as Brian Spukowski on Comedy Central's The Sarah Silverman Program.
He graduated from Sonoma Valley High School and attended American River community college. Posehn began with guest appearances and mainly small roles in TV shows. He was on 28 episodes of Mr. Show with Bob and David (1995-1998), a sketch comedy series on HBO. In a 1996 episode of Friends, he delivered the manuscript in which Joey Tribbiani's soap opera character "Dr. Drake Ramoray" is killed off. He appeared as two different characters in NewsRadio: a fan with questions for Jimmy James at a book reading (1997), and a member of Dave's a cappella group "Chock Full o' Notes" (1998). In the Seinfeld episode "The Burning" (1998), he played a patient, when Kramer "was given" gonorrhea. His character was instructed to "act out" how a surgeon left a sponge in Kramer, for a cast of medical students.
Posehn then appeared on 29 episodes of the NBC series Just Shoot Me! (1999-2003).
Posehn played the voice of Jim in Mission Hill on the WB (1999-2002), and Del Swanson in 3 South on MTV (2002-2003). Posehn performed the voice of Gibbons, a tiny man, on several episodes of the Cartoon Network's Tom Goes to the Mayor (2005-2006). On another Adult Swim production, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, he voiced the Wisdom Cube in the 2003 episode "The Cubing".
Posehn was featured on the 2005 documentary series The Comedians of Comedy on Comedy Central and Showtime. He was in a 2007 episode of the improv series Thank God You're Here on NBC.
Posehn studied classical piano from age 12 until his early 20s. He is a self-proclaimed "metal nerd" and has asserted his hatred of "false metal" genres of music such as emo and screamo, during his stand up act as well as his music video "Metal by Numbers". In his stand-up act he has called the metal band Slayer "the most metal band ever." Interviewed in 2007 about the Adult Swim show Metalocalypse and its fictional metal band "Dethklok", he called the ersatz group "the mightiest metal band of all time". He later voiced the character Melward Fjordslorn in a 2008 episode of the show.
In 2006, Relapse Records released his first album, Live In: Nerd Rage. It includes "Metal by Numbers", a song mocking bands that term themselves "metal" but are clearly not. The instrumental tracks feature metal legends such as guitarist Scott Ian (of Anthrax), bassist Joey Vera (of Armored Saint), drummer John Tempesta (of The Cult and White Zombie), and lead guitarist Jonathan Donais (of Shadows Fall). Posehn also appeared in the Anthrax music video for "What Doesn't Die".
Posehn appeared in the 2005 pilot for The Showbiz Show with David Spade, in a segment called "The Nerd Perspective", in which he gave a scathing criticism of MTV and its declining quality. Then in 2007 he joined the first season of the MTV sketch comedy series Human Giant, as a writer and performer.
Dr. Ann Possible
Short description of Ann Possible:
Full name: Mrs. Dr. Anne Possible.
Birthday: February 14, 1962. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1.1 KHU, approximately 5'9"(1.76 cm). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Red, short, full-bodied
Ethnic Extraction: Caucasian-American, unknown European stock.
Full Description of Ann Possible
Voiced by Jean Smart Dr. Ann Possible, the mother of Kim, is a neurosurgeon, at the Middleton Medical Center. She is a devoted wife, mother, and doctor, with a cheerful manner and an understanding attitude.
She resembles a stereotypical 50s mother (along with her husband, Kim's father) as her personality leans toward the 50s depiction of mother. She usually cooks the dinner and is usually calm and wise; she provides the emotional stability and controls the household.
She also has shown a remarkable adaptability to uncertain situations during her brief forays into heroics alongside her family.
Actress performing Ann Possible's voice: Jean Smart
Born on September 13, 1951 in Seattle, Washington, USA to Kay and Douglas Smart. She is the second of four children. At thirteen she was diagnosed with type 1 diabetes.
She is a 1969 graduate of Ballard High School, located in Seattle. It is there that she gained an interest in acting in the drama program. Originally planned to be a veterinarian, but as mentioned before got interested in theater during her senior year in high school so she studied theater at the University of Washington. Smart is a member of the University of Washington chapter of the Alpha Delta Pi sorority.
Blonde, buxom and noticeably tall (5'10'' or 1.78); not your average-looking ingénue, she earned her stardom taking another route. After receiving her BA degree in fine arts. Her first professional season was with the Oregon Shakespeare Festival where she performed in "Much Ado About Nothing," among others.
During this time she built up a strong resumé in regional theater with such companies as the Hartford Stage Company, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, Seattle Repertory Theatre, Alaska Repertory Theatre and Alliance Theatre. Her first significant break came with a starring role in the potent, critically-acclaimed lesbian drama "Last Summer at Bluefish Cove," which earned her an Off-Broadway Drama Desk nomination in 1980. She capped this honor with a Los Angeles Drama Critics award in 1983 when she repeated her triumph on the West Coast. Jean made an auspicious Broadway debut in 1981 playing Marlene Dietrich in "Piaf", and it was the subsequent TV taping of that show that brought about Hollywood interest. She struggled for a time in unsuccessful sitcoms ("Teachers Only" (1982), "Reggie" (1983) and "Maximum Security" (1984)) before hitting gold as the feather-brained Charlene Frazier on "Designing Women" (1986).
She met future husband Richard Gilliland on the set of the hit show; he played the recurring role of Annie Potts' boyfriend for a few seasons. Jean and Richard's son Connor was born in 1989. Feeling confined and typecast in light material, Jean left the show in 1991 to branch out and drew major acclaim in such made-for-TV movies as Overkill: The Aileen Wuornos Story (1992) (TV). She gave a chilling portrayal as the well-known serial killer more than a decade before Charlize Theron copped an Oscar for her cinematic version.
On the other side of the coin, Jean offered gentle, heartfelt performances in such TV films as The Yarn Princess (1994) (TV), in which she played a mentally disabled mom, and the TV remake of The Yearling (1994) (TV), allowing audiences to rediscover her amazing versatility. On stage she earned a Tony nomination for her delightfully madcap part in the Broadway farce "The Man Who Came to Dinner" opposite Nathan Lane, and on TV won bookend Emmy awards for her guest appearances on the sitcom "Frasier" (1993).
Films would never be a reliable venue for Jean, who made her big-screen debut in "Flashpoint" (1984). She did, however, receive an Independent Spirit Award nomination for her part in "Guinevere" (1999).
In the early 2000s, Jean Smart played the role of Supervisor of Detectives and ex-wife to Chief Jack Mannion of the Metropolitan Police Department on "The District". Then since 2002 she voiced Anne Possible in Kim Possible.
In January 2006, she joined the cast of "24" playing the mentally-unhinged First Lady of the United States, Martha Logan, to actor Gregory Itzin's President Charles Logan. Her work was critically praised and she received back-to-back Emmy nominations for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Drama Series and Outstanding Guest Actress in a Drama for the role in 2006 and 2007.
The actress is also a star in the sitcom "Samantha Who?" as Samantha's overbearing mother. She won the 2008 Emmy award for best supporting actress in a comedy series for that role.
As a diabetic Jean has played an active part over the years in public awareness. She is a contributor of Barack Obama's campaign.
Dr. James Timothy Possible
Short description of James Possible:
Full name: James Timothy Possible.
Birthday: January 2, 1959. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1.2 KHU, approximately 6'1"(1.85 m). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Graying, cut short
Ethnic Extraction: Caucasian-American, unknown European stock
Full Description of James Possible
Voiced by Gary Cole, James Timothy Possible, Kim's father, is a brilliant rocket scientist. He is devoted to his work at the Middleton Space Center, and to his family. He's a very fatherly personality, hearkening back to father and scientist stereotypes of the 1950s. He calls Kim as his "Kimmie-cub"; and his twin sons, Jim and Tim, are named for him. His mother, Nana Possible lives in Florida. His father is most likely deceased. His brother, Slim Possible, lives on a ranch in Montana, along with his niece Joss.
In college, Dr. Possible knew a young Drew Lipsky before he became the supervillain Dr. Drakken. It was the scornful laughter of James and his friends, Bob Chen and Ramesh that supposedly drove Drakken over the edge.
His married life is stable and loving, with no sign of conflict between himself and his family. He still thinks of Kim as a little girl sometimes, and is nervous to talk with her about the idea of boys and dating.
It was revealed in season 4 that he was a graduate of the Middleton Institute of Science and Technology (MIST) and that he enjoyed writing Captain Constellation fanfics. In the crossover episode "Rufus", Kim revealed that James was best friends with the Senator of Hawaii when they were in high school.
He is somewhat absent-minded and overly protective of his daughter as well as usually being seen reading the newspaper in the mornings. While both work, the general impression is that James is the true breadwinner; and Mrs. Possible provides the emotional stability and controls the household; a typical 50s-like stereotype.
As a brilliant scientist, when a problem falls in his area of expertise, he's of valuable help to his daughter in her fight against evil.
Actor performing James Possible's voice: Gary Cole
Born Gary Michael Cole on September 20, 1956 in Park Ridge, Illinois, USA. He attended the Rolling Meadows High School, where his first dramatic appearance was as Snoopy in a high school production of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown. He later attended Illinois State University, where he majored in theater alongside actors Laurie Metcalf and John Malkovich.
He began his professional career as a stage actor in Chicago. He also appeared in several off-Broadway productions in New York City. He has done voice work on several animated series besides Kim Possible such as, "Family Guy", "Harvey Birdman" and "Attorney at Law". He also had a recurring role on the drama "The West Wing" as Vice President Bob Russell. He also starred as Captain Matthew Gideon on the short-lived "Babylon 5" spin-off Crusade, and had notable guest appearances on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" and "Arrested Development." He also played as Joe Maxwell on "DCOM" (Disney Channel Original Movie) Cadet Kelly and appeared as real-life astronaut Edgar Mitchell in HBO's recreation of "Project Apollo, From the Earth to the Moon."
He is remembered for the comedy film "Office Space" where he plays the annoying boss Bill Lumbergh. His other most remembered role was as playing Mike Brady in the 1995 movie spoof "The Brady Bunch Movie," and the 1997 sequel "A Very Brady Sequel," with Shelley Long playing Carol. He has more recently been on screens as Wayne, the former husband of Katherine Mayfair in "Desperate Housewives."
He starred as Lt. Conrad Rose on the TNT series "Wanted" and is the voice of the title character on the Adult Swim series "Harvey Birdman, Attorney at Law." He also starred as Sheriff Lucas Buck on the one season 1995 show, "American Gothic." Most recently, he was featured in "Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby." He is also starring in the upcoming "Forever Strong." He has also recently appeared in the film "American Pastime" in which he plays a minor league baseball player, who is assigned as a guard at the Topaz Internment Camp during World War II. He starred opposite Seth Rogen and James Franco in "Judd Apatow's Pineapple Express" as drug lord Ted Jones. He also appeared in a episode from the third season of the USA Network series "Psych" as S.W.A.T. commander Cameron Luntz.
Jim and Tim Possible (twins)
Short description of Jim and Tim Possible:
Full name: James and Timothy Possible
Birthday: May 20, 1993. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 0.65 KHU, approximately 3'5"(1.04 m) in season 1 and 0.84 KHU, approximately 4'5'' (1.35 m) as of season 4. A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Ethnic Extraction: Caucasian-American, unknown European stock.
Full Description of Jim and Tim Possible
Voiced by Shaun Fleming and later Spencer Fox. "Jim" Possible, and Timothy "Tim" Possible are the younger twin brothers of Kim Possible. The name "tweebs" is a portmanteau of twins and dweebs, coined by Kim (The German form is "Zwombies", a portmanteau of "Zwillinge" (twins) and Zombies). Tim habitually wears red, Jim green. Name: Tim Possible and Jim Possible Trademark Sayings: "Boo-sha!" About: Kim Possible's twin brothers, whom she affectionally calls the "Tweebs" (Twin Dweebs), are distinguished by the color of the shirts they wear. One is often wearing red, while the other is often wearing green. When they're not harassing Kim, they're making trouble with their next whacky science invention, launching rockets, or sending out screensavers of an unexpecting Kim to all of Middleton.
Throughout all the episodes of the show they never appeared apart; while their lines and actions are mostly scripted as if for a single character. They exhibit a somewhat annoying level of synchronization.
Antagonistic, anarchic and brilliant, they care little for rules and restrictions on their activities, and rebel against their older sister's attempts to rein them in. They use a set of invented slang between themselves: "hicka-bicka-boo" and "hoosha", used as a call and response interchangeably.
They have constructed an array of amazing and often destructive devices out of the parts made available by their father's experiments. As prodigy children at twelve, they were admitted to Middleton High School several years earlier than expected for the average children of their age.
Actors performing Jim and Tim Possible twins' voice: Shaun Fleming and later Spencer Fox.
Originally their voice was provided by Shaun Fleming but since their redesign, it has been provided by Spencer Fox.
Born Shaun Michael Fleming on May 31, 1987 in Westlake Village, California, USA he graduated from Agoura High School located in Agoura Hills, California.
His first feature film was in Operation Splitsville in 1999. Since then Shaun has primarily done voice acting, as a regular in Kim Possible, and "Lilo & Stitch: The Series" where he plays Keoni Jameson. He also starred in "Jeepers Creepers II," where he played the young farmboy who was abducted in the opening scenes of the film.
Spencer Fox was born on May 10, 1993 in New York, USA. He attended Farragut Middle School in Hastings on Hudson, New York, and currently attends Hastings High School. His hobbies include stamp collecting and electric scooter. He goes to Long Lake Camp for the Arts in upstate New York where he performs in rock bands.
He provided the voice of Dashiell Robert Parr (a.k.a. the Incredible Dash) in Disney & Pixar's film "The Incredibles" and again in the Disney on Ice show "Disney Presents Pixar's The Incredibles" in a Magic Kingdom Adventure. He entered the Kim Possible's cast during the fourth season. He has been the voice of Mudbud in the latest "Air Buddies" movie. He has also appeared in the Ed Burns movie "The Groomsmen."
In 2005 he was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role - Young Artist
for the 2004 animated movie "The Incredibles" as well as for a MTV Movie Awards in Best On-Screen Team for the same film.
Jocelyn "Joss" Possible
Voiced by Tara Strong, Joss is Kim's Cousin on her father's side and daughter to "Slim" Possible, she made only a single in person appearance in the show, but is notable within the franchise in that she is the only character other than Kim's mom who has been specifically confirmed as a Possible whose name is not a take on the word "Impossible" (It was never stated whether Cousin Larry was a Possible).
Little is known about Joss Possible or her history.. She made her first and only in person appearance part was through season 3, and was introduced when the Possible Family and Ron visited her family's ranch during summer vacation. During this time, Joss idolized her cousin - to the point that Kim became both concerned and embarrassed about it - and she helped the other members of the Possible family in foiling a scheme by Dr. Drakken to transform the worlds geniuses into lackwits using brain wave altering cowboy hats, before learning that she needed to follow her own path in life. Joss' personality is similar to that of Kim. She is perky, adventurous and is something of a tomboy.
Two separate pictures of her were visible in the family photo wall scene during the Season 3 finale.
Joss looks up to Kim and, recently, Ron as well. For a time, Kim's exploits were a source of obsession for Joss. And while Kim found it flattering at first to have a family member as a fan, the novelty quickly began to wear thin. However, Joss' obsession with Kim was more out of the fact that she wasn't too happy with the way her life was going and she thought if she could be more like Kim, who she admired, she would start to like herself more.
It wasn't until the family actually went into battle against Drakken that Joss realized how hard it was to be like her cousin. She ultimately ended up saving Ron from Shego by deactivating her father's robot horse, "Ol' Tornado". But ironically, after seeing Ron in action, she began to find herself a new hero in him. Even though Ron has plenty of fear to go around, this fear has never stopped him from helping Kim. This began to show Joss how a person can succeed when being herself and that she didn't have to transform herself into someone else to be better.
Joshua Wendell Mankey
Josh Mankey was Kim's first crush. He was a talented artist whose works often ended up on display throughout Middleton. Bonnie thought she should be his girlfriend, but Kim also thought she herself should go out with him. Bonnie and Kim fought over him all the time, but Kim eventually got over him. While Kim was obsessed with Josh, Ron called him Josh Monkey.
Short description of Monique:
Full name: Only her name Monique is mentioned throughout the franchise her surname is unknown.
Birthday: August 5, 1988. http://www.youbioit.com/?q=en/node/259#age.
Height: 1 KHU, approximately 5'3"(1.60 m). A KHU stands for "Kim Height Unit", a measurement of character height, as all model sheets compare heights of characters to Kim. 1 KHU is approximately equal to 160 cm or 5 feet 3 inches. All character heights on official model sheets are based on Kim's, so she is exactly 1 KHU, all other characters have heights expressed relative to hers.
Hair: Black hair, poofy
Ethnic Extraction: African-American.
Full Description of Monique
Voiced by Raven-Symoné, Monique is Kim's best girlfriend and one of the most visible recurring characters of the series. She serves as a conversation partner for subjects Ron has no interest in. She has a no-nonsense attitude, a good eye for fashion, and a good heart. Monique is voiced by Raven.
Her surname was never mentioned, possibly as a nod to her voice actress, Raven-Symoné, who is generally known by just her first name. The character’s design has evolved through the seasons, with the most notable change being to her eyes, which pass from small pupils to wider and fuller brown eyes.
Monique is smart and hip. She usually speaks in hip-hop style which Kim described as "Monique-speak". Monique also likes to talk in acronyms, such as "NBF" (new best friend) and "GF" (girlfriend). Little is known about her family or personal life, but she has complained of having bad luck with boyfriends.
She is one of Kim's closest friends, giving her level-headed advice about school and life, and serves as a good counterbalance to Ron's out-of-touch eccentricities.
She's also pals with Ron Stoppable, with whom she shares an interest in professional wrestling.
Romantically, she has a lot of first dates. She describes herself as a "scrub-magnet", and seemingly seeks a stable relationship with a young man who isn't a total weenie. She was seen getting friendly with Brick Flagg at the end of the Junior prom, but nothing came of it, as he graduated later that year. She recently had to spurn the advances of a smitten Wade, who was rejected because of his age and his decision to use emotion-manipulation on her. Ned is apparently interested, but she's not.
In some occasions, she has assisted Kim on her missions, even though she is not good on combat and claims to need a good twenty years period to in order to be ready for a mission. However as it has been shown later in A Sitch in Time that her fighting skills have improved.
Actress performing Monique's voice: Raven-Symoné
Born Raven-Symoné Christina Pearman on December 10, 1985 in Duluth, Georgia, USA (near Atlanta) to Lydia (née Gaulden) and Christopher B. Pearman. At a young age she and her family moved to Ossining, New York where she attended park school.
As an infant, she worked for Atlanta's Young Faces Inc. Modelling Agency and was featured in local print advertisements. At age two, she worked with Ford Models in New York City and appeared in ads for Ritz crackers, Jell-O, Fisher-Price, and Cool Whip. Then they sent her out on a audition for a movie called "Ghost Dad" (1990), which also starred the legendary Bill Cosby. She was deemed too young for the role since was only 3 years old, but Cosby could see she had talent. They asked Raven to come back to read lines, and she did so well that she got a starring role as Olivia in 1989 for the last three seasons of "The Cosby Show". Raven-Symoné played the part until the series ended in 1992.
After the show finished its run, she decided to try something new like singing. In 1993, she became the youngest person ever to sign with MCA Records. She also went back to acting with a starring role in "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" (1992), alongside Mark Curry and a small role in the TV mini-series "Queen" (1993). After another small role in the feature film The Little Rascals (1994) and the role of Goldilocks in the TV series "Happily Ever After: Fairy Tales for Every Child" (1995), "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" ended.
Raven's singing career was doing well and she landed a role in "Doctor Dolittle" (1998) alongside Eddie Murphy and a made-for-TV movie called Zenon: "Girl of the 21st Century". She also starred in "Dr. Dolittle 2" (2001), but she was not available to do "Zenon: The Zequel" (2001). However, the Walt Disney Company, which made the Zenon movies, wanted her back to do a pilot for a new Disney TV show called "Absolutely Psychic," in which she would be a supporting character. She impressed them so much that they changed the show's premise to be about her and the show's name was changed to "That's So Raven" (2003). After the show was a hit she did the made-for-TV movie "The Cheetah Girls" (2003) and recorded a new album.
The movie was Disney Channel's first musical and spawned a massive franchise, much like "That's So Raven," including dolls, video games, platinum-selling soundtracks and more. In 2006, Raven-Symoné reprised her role as Galleria Garibaldi and starred in "The Cheetah Girls 2." The film and its soundtrack were huge commercial hits and brought in over 8 million viewers opening night, making it (at its time) Disney Channel's most-watched movie. Its soundtrack also debuted at number eight, on the Billboard Top 200 and went on to become certified for platinum-level sales by the RIAA. Raven-Symoné also served as executive producer of the film.
In 2007 Raven-Symoné guest-starred on an episode of "Cory in the House." That episode bought in 5 million viewers, making it the highest rated one of the series. During the summer of 2007, Raven-Symoné filmed her first lead film role in "College Road Trip," which co-starred Martin Lawrence.
In 2008, "The Cheetah Girls: One World" began production, but Raven-Symoné did not return to reprise her role as Galleria.
Enjoys all different types of music, from '50 cent' to Avril Lavigne and Björk. Despite in the series "That's So Raven", her character frequently cooks the wrong way for comedic results, she is actually an excellent cook
Among the honors and awards bestowed to her; the city of Winnfield gave her the key to the city and declared 20th of December 1989 as Raven-Symone Day.
Also throughout her career she was nominated and awarded with numerous awards. She has been nominated for 6 Young Artist Awards of which she won one in 1991 for Exceptional Performance by a Young Actress Under Nine in "The Cosby Show" and another one in 2005 for Outstanding Young Performers in a TV Series in "That's So Raven."
Nominated 6 times for Kids' Choice Awards, USA she won one in 2004 for Favorite Television Actress in "That's So Raven."
She has also 8 Image Awards nominations of which she won the Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program award in 2004; the Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Series/Special in 2005 and 2006 and the Outstanding Performance in a Youth/Children's Program - Series or Special in 2007 and 2008, all of them for her performance in "That's So Raven."
Additionally has also been nominated for 1 YoungStar Awards, 3 Teen Choice Awards, 1 NAMIC Vision Awards, 1 Black Reel Awards and 2 BET Comedy Awards.
Voiced by Debbie Reynolds Nana Possible is Kim's paternal grandmother. She was first mentioned in the episode "Downhill" and made her first appearance in "The Golden Years." She was as skilled a fighter as Kim, even more so, having trained in "Pang Lang Quan Kung Fu" in a Shaolin Monastery, became a top aviatrix, and was the first woman to finish the Navy's Basic Underwater Demolition Course (BUDS, also known as S.E.A.L. Training). Kim never knew about this until they were pitted against each other by Drakken.
In her first appearance, she was wildly over-protective of Kim, almost to the point of smothering her and was actively against her teen hero lifestyle, regarding it as just a phase. At first, Kim felt that this was because her grandmother was behind the times and didn't understand her. It wasn't until Drakken pitted them against each other through a mind control signal in the hearing aids of all of Miami's senior citizens that Kim learned the truth.
It then became apparent that Nana's objections came from the fact that she knew how dangerous such a lifestyle could be and that even grandparents would like something better for their grandchildren. She may have also seen a little too much of herself in her granddaughter. But it wasn't until Nana could see that Kim was more than capable of holding her own that she generally became more accepting.
At the end of the episode when Kim's parents came to pick her up they were surprised to see Kim and Nana in combat training. More often than not Kim ended up on the mat with Nana standing over her.
She made another appearance in the episode "A Very Possible Christmas" when Kim went searching for Ron, who was stranded at the North Pole with Drakken. The entire family donned mission outfits similar to Kim's and Nana, a pilot, flew the jet. She also made an appearance in the series finale "Graduation".
Voiced by Patrick Warburton School permanent substitute and teacher of practically every subject at Middleton High and frequent chaperon at field trips and school events.
Despite considered a substitute it has been widely debated exactly what Steve Barkin actually does at Middleton High.
In several episodes it was revealed that Steve Barkin was in one of the branches of the Armed Forces (Most likely Army or Marines), where he seved in a war (probably The Gulf War in 1990-91) achieved a rank of Lieutenant before leaving for unknown reasons.
It's likely that he either had a troubled childhood, or grew up in a 'Military Family' because of his past mentions of attending Military School, and that would be a clear explanation of his strict attitude. He is the son of Franklin Barkin, who bore a strong resemblance to Benjamin Franklin.
Mr. Barkin calls his students by their last names. He has worked at "Smarty Mart," was the football coach, spend two years of his senior year in high school.
He is a rigid person and lives his life as if he were still in the military service. To him, there are two kinds of people: rule breakers, and rule followers. To him all punishment is swift and non-negotiable, regardless of the circumstances.
All in all he is a difficult, narrow-minded person with a well established, though extremely personal, viewpoint of life, based almost exclusively on norms.
Voiced by Rosalyn Bowen (proffessionally knowns as Roz Ryan); Wade's mother appears sporadically through the series. Her most notable appearance was in the episode "Mother's Day," when Wade treated her to a celebration in his room, complete with takeout French cuisine and even a holographic beach.
She later reappears in "The Cupid Effect," where Señor Senior Sr., posing as a delivery man, distracts her with flowers and a love poem supposedly from her husband (the purpose being to keep her busy while Junior rummages through Wade's room).
She is married to a man named Lontaine, who is referenced verbally, but is never seen onscreen. It is implied that he's often absent, and his wife resents him for it, although she is flattered at "his" delivery of flowers.
Voiced by Tara Strong, Bitrina is a teen pop-music singing sensation, and as such, she has a line of merchandise like her own magazine and dolls. Like most pop divas, she is fodder for the tabloids and has even dated Oh Boyz! singer Nicky Nick, but they have since broken up. As her name indicates, Britina is based on real-life pop divas Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera, with her hookup and breakup with Nicky Nick being a reminiscent of Spears' to Justin Timberlake.
Kim once helped Britina when her show in Chicago caught on fire, so she, like many others whom Kim has helped, gives her rides to other missions, and is one of the few characters who cover this role and has recurring appearances, such as her return in "Trading Faces", where Kim had to help Britina again when she was arrested on theft charges of which the real responsable was actually Camille Leon.
Dr. Betty Director
Voiced by Felicity Huffman, Betty Director, more commonly known as Dr. Director, is the head of the worldwide espionage organization known as Global Justice (GJ). She is in charge of addressing any threats to the world that fall outside the scope of normal law enforcement groups. However, even an organization with some of the world's finest scientists, weapons and agents requires some help from time to time. And Dr. Director isn't too proud to call in reinforcements if it means the job gets done, which is where Kim Possible comes in.
Since it is a top secret organization, even asking for help has to be handled in a subversive way, whether it's sucking Kim into a trap door through a series of transport tubes or arranging a phony crime to lure her to a meeting site.
She first introduced Kim to Global Justice in a case that led to Kim's first encounter with Duff Killigan. She later called in Kim to assess the phenomenon GJ scientists dubbed "the Ron Factor" (the basic gist being that Ron's chaotic nature was the real reason for Kim's success saving the world and Dr. Director wanted to see if GJ could harness that chaos). She has subsequently stayed behind the scenes for the most part, although Kim has had other dealings with Global Justice, usually in the form of rides to her destinations and backup on missions.
As the head of a global organization, Dr. Director has very little hands-on involvement in GJ's cases, but on the rare occasions when she's had to get her hands dirty (such as when she had to team up with Kim to fight her own twin brother, Gemini), she's proven that she can hold her own in a fight. Dr. Director is bound and determined to bring down Gemini and his organization, WEE (the Worldwide Evil Empire). But rather than a war of two tactical geniuses, their battles are really more reminiscent of a kindergarten slap fight, since their conflict is really nothing more than a case of sibling rivalry run amok. In fact, get the two of them in a room together and even Ron would most likely say that he's more mature than either of them. Dr. Director is instantly recognizable by her eyepatch, reminiscent of the Marvel Comics character, Nick Fury. Gemini wears one too, and his name is another reference to Nick Fury, whose brother became the villain Scorpio. However, it's unclear whether either twin wears it because of an actual eye injury or whether they're just trying to make a fashion statement.
Voiced by Jason Marsden, he is Ron's friend more than Kim's. He could be considered as the male version of Monique as Ron's best friend other than Kim; being that someone else Ron can relate with when he cannot talk with Kim.
He is an easygoing boy who enjoys video games and basketball. The fact that he is paralyzed doesn't stop him from enjoying life, especially since his mom, who is a cybertronic genius at the space center, tricked out his wheelchair.
Felix often jokes about his situation, much to Kim's discomfort. In fact, when Felix first arrived, Kim was in a way even more paralyzed than Felix, since she kept trying to think of the most "appropriate" way to behave around him. In the beginning, her efforts were repeatedly met with failure. But inspired by Ron's mellow attitude, and especially discovering that Felix was more than capable of handling life from a wheelchair, she relaxed eventually.
While playing basketball with Felix, Ron has shown to understand his lack of focus as what keeps him from excelling at something. Kim told Ron that he can't win (Ron was "two buckets down" against Felix), but Ron replied that focus was all he needed.
Felix is a good friend, supporting Ron in the two episodes he appeared in, "Motor Ed" and "Steal Wheels". He has helped on those two missions and was essential to their success, his wheelchair's abilities coming in handy. Since both missions involved Motor Ed (who claims that he could've handled Kim the first time had Felix not interfered), the argument could be made that Motor Ed and Felix have somehow become personal enemies to each other.
As of the hour-long episode "Graduation", Felix is dating an ex-girlfriend of Ron's, Zita Flores. He is also the class valedictorian.
Voiced by Christopher McDonald, Hego is a member of the Team Go, a family of super-heroes who protect Go City, their names are based on personal pronouns with the "go" added at the end. They originally appeared in the episodes "Go Team Go" during Season 2, and later came back in Season 4 in "Stop Team Go" and "Mathter and Fervent", this last one featuring only Hego. The siblings got their powers after a multi-hued meteorite crashed into their tree house when they were young. They reside in Go Tower, a building that is rather similar in appearance to the one that the Teen Titans (DC Comics) live in. Like Kim, they also have a set or supervillains that they regularly fight, among them there is their arch-foe, Aviarius, and other foes like The Mathter and Electronique.
Though likely coincidental, it is notable that the full Team Go (including Shego) has five members; "Go" is the number five in Japanese.
Hego Practically the leader of the group, with the "blue glow" and super strength. He is the only one of the team with a normal skin tone, but when he isn't disguised as his alter ego (a Bueno Nacho manager with black hair and Clark Kent style glasses), his hair is dark blue. His personality is somewhat a parody of Superman's, being the most overtly "superheroic" but also childishly bossy and take-charge. He has a tendency to make horrible jokes and puns (calling Team Go's team work "Go-operation" and saying "Looks like this bird is ready for his cage" every time he captures Aviarius, for example) and appears quite unable to tell when they fall flat. He sincerely believed that despite her actions, Shego was still a good person, only to be proven wrong when she betrayed and blasted him. It's actually Hego's behavior that seems to make him the one brother that Shego is most annoyed by. In fact, in only five minutes in Hego's presence, Ron was quoted as saying "I'm starting to see why Shego split."
Voiced by George Takei, Master Sensei is the Headmaster of Yamanouchi. He is the traditional "wise old master" kind of character. His name can be translated to English as both "Teacher" and Master, making the title redundant. He possesses a wide range of abilities, a product of his many years of training and experience. As a martial artist, he is quite powerful, regardless of his advanced years and small stature. He also seems to possess a wide range of spiritual abilities, such as astral projection and the ability to levitate. But despite these skills, Sensei seems to prefer not involving himself directly in conflicts unless he has to.
Sensei was the one who initially arranged for Ron to be part of the transfer program to Japan, which would bring him to the Yamanouchi, in order to protect the Lotus Blade from Monkey Fist, and was the also the one who secretly arranged the adoption for Ron's new baby sister Hana, so she could be prepared for her eventual showdown with Yono the Destroyer.
Like Yori, Sensei has an unwavering confidence in Ron and his abilities and sees him as a true warrior, although this is a mindset Ron doesn't always share.
Voiced by Jere Burns Mego is a member of the Team Go, a family of super-heroes who protect Go City, their names are based on personal pronouns with the "go" added at the end. They originally appeared in the episodes "Go Team Go" during Season 2, and later came back in Season 4 in "Stop Team Go" and "Mathter and Fervent", this last one featuring only Hego. The siblings got their powers after a multi-hued meteorite crashed into their tree house when they were young. They reside in Go Tower, a building that is rather similar in appearance to the one that the Teen Titans (DC Comics) live in. Like Kim, they also have a set or supervillains that they regularly fight, among them there is their arch-foe, Aviarius, and other foes like The Mathter and Electronique.
Though likely coincidental, it is notable that the full Team Go (including Shego) has five members; "Go" is the number five in Japanese.
Mego, with the purple suit, skin, hair, and glow power which gives him the ability to shrink or grow at will. This is evidently based on the Legion of Super Heroes member Shrinking Violet (yet another DC Comics comparison). However, his name and shrinking ability are more likely a reference to the Mego toy line, considering the identical pronunciation and his ability to shrink to roughly the size of an action figure. It has also been shown that he can grow at will, as well. He possesses a large and easily wounded ego, and is rather defensive of his seemingly-useless power. After the team reunites, he expresses a desire to be the leader. Because of his self-absorbed nature, he seems to have an attitude very similar to Shego's. However, Shego still gets annoyed with his inability to see past his own nose. He doesn't really have a strong belief for justice but he does believe that there should be some justice. Also, considering how Mego is self-centered and his power is the ability to shrink, he personifies the saying: "A man all wrapped up in himself makes for a very small package."
Voiced by Sherri Shepherd, M.C. Honey is a rapper loosely based on Queen Latifah, MC Lyte, and other lady rappers. She gave Kim a ride in her yacht for retrieving her demo tape when it got stolen in "Hidden Talent". She made reappearances in "Rappin' Drakken" and "Trading Faces" when she was also framed by new villainess Camille Leon.
Nakasumi and Miss Kyoko
Nakasumi is voiced by Clyde Kusatsu and Miss Kyoko/Yoshiko by Lauren Tom. Nakasumi was the top toy developer in the world. He was the victim of theft by Drakken and Shego in "Crush". Fortunately, Kim recovered what was stolen, and in return, Nakasumi gave her a ride in "A Very Possible Christmas". Nakasumi made another appearance in "So the Drama", as a major part of the plot.
At first, it seemed that Nakasumi couldn't speak, but understood, English. To avoid using Japanese, the series crew had Nakasumi whisper to Miss Kyoko and she'd translate. In "So the Drama", it was revealed that he could speak English, and just liked whispering to Kyoko.
One of Nakasumi's characters, Z-Boy, made several cameos as toys and posters.
In "Crush", Nakasumi's translator introduced herself as Yoshiko, while in "So the Drama", he addressed her as Miss Kyoko. It's unknown which of these is her real first and last name, though some have come to call her Miss Kyoko Yoshiko.
The Wego twins
Being voiced by Fred Savage, both are members of the Team Go, a family of super-heroes who protect Go City, their names are based on personal pronouns with the "go" added at the end. They originally appeared in the episodes "Go Team Go" during Season 2, and later came back in Season 4 in "Stop Team Go" and "Mathter and Fervent", this last one featuring only Hego. The siblings got their powers after a multi-hued meteorite crashed into their tree house when they were young. They reside in Go Tower, a building that is rather similar in appearance to the one that the Teen Titans (DC Comics) live in. Like Kim, they also have a set or supervillains that they regularly fight, among them there is their arch-foe, Aviarius, and other foes like The Mathter and Electronique.
Though likely coincidental, it is notable that the full Team Go (including Shego) has five members; "Go" is the number five in Japanese.
Rounding out the Team Go the Wego twins, who are the youngest of the group, are rather happy-go-lucky, they seemingly take every twist and turn in stride. Because of this (and the way they each finish each other's sentences), they could be looked at as a slightly more mature version of Kim's own brothers, Jim and Tim. They have the red power, and all the color coordination that goes with it, along with the ability to duplicate themselves.
Although unstated, it is not unlikely that the Wego twins are a nod to the many red-headed twins in Robert A. Heinlein's stories, particularly the Stone twins in The Rolling Stones (novel).
Voiced by B. D. Wong he is the "number one" agent of Global Justice. Will Du was brought on by Dr. Director to work alongside Kim when she was recruited to rescue a former weapons researcher from Duff Killigan. This was an assignment that Will particularly resented, since he sees world saving as a "professional's" job and didn't appreciate an "amateur" like Kim horning in on what he felt was his racket. This caused Kim no end of grief, since she spent more time fighting with Will than with Killigan himself. However, they eventually managed to find a small amount of synergy, and in the end, were able to stop Killigan from turning the entire world into his own private golf course.
A consummate professional, Will takes his job as an agent of Global Justice very seriously. So seriously, in fact, he doesn't seem to realize it's a job he's not particularly good at.
He is well educated and academically competent (as well as having access to all of GJ's best equipment and resources). His name is a pun on the phrase "Will do", which reflects his personality.
Voiced by Keiko Agena, Yori is a student from the Yamanouchi and a highly skilled ninja.
She first appeared in "Exchange" when she was sent to receive Ron and guide him to the Yamanouchi School, and served as a support for him during that episode, developing a strong bond with him. She later reappears in some few future episodes.
Yori is usually calm, even in dangerous situations, and kind to the point of showing more concern for others than herself. As a fighter, she is very reliable (given the fact that, in Japanese, her name means 'reliable'), but has demonstrated a preference to act as a subordinate rather than a leader, and has also shown to value teamwork much more than individuality. She is also very optimistic and believes a lot in her friends.
From her introduction, Yori has appeared as a strong love interest for Ron, winning his interest at first sight and gradually developing feelings for him, which were confirmed as romantics during Yori’s second appearance. However, this relationship was exiled during the series’ fourth season, since Ron had starting dating Kim, and Yori has not expressed any concern about this relationship.
Voiced by Melissa McCarthy, DNAmy's real name is Amy Hall. She is a geneticist and Cuddle Buddy collector (they are small stuffed toys similar to Beanie Babies). She has created living, mutated Cuddle Buddies and has a crush on Monkey Fist. She has a bubbly, clingy personality.
Voiced by Tom Kenny, Dr. Fen is a co-worker of Dr. Possible who works in the robotics department. It is uncertain how he received this position, as he is actually a rather incompetent roboticist. All the robots he makes on his own attack him or try to hurt him.
Dr. Fen claimed a robotic exploration vehicle that he designed had been stolen by his ex-lab assistant Vivian Porter, leading Kim to unwittingly steal a working robot from Dr. Porter and her boyfriend Oliver, which she believed to be the stolen explorer. Dr. Fen was arrested once it was revealed that he had not designed the robot, and Dr. Porter, the robot's true designer, was given his job.
He made his first appearance in the series during the season 2 episode "Grudge Match".
The spelling of Dr. Fen's name was confirmed by his character's trading card.
Voiced by Brian George he is the self-proclaimed "World's Deadliest Golfer". His weapons are his golf clubs and exploding golf balls. He speaks with a Scottish accent.
Gorilla Fist is an alter ego taken on by the recurring villain DNAmy during the episode the season 3 episode "Gorilla Fist".
Gorilla Fist kidnapped the master of the Yamanouchi ninja school, which Ron attended in Exchange. Believing it to be the work of Monkey Fist, Ron and Yori go off in search of him, unaware that Gorilla Fist is using them to locate Monkey Fist, whom she (DNAmy) is infatuated with.
Lord Monty Fiske (Monkey Fist)
Voice by Tom Kane Monkey Fist is a genetically-altered British nobleman who was obsessed with the fighting style of Monkey Kung-Fu, and spent his family's fortune on having surgery to replace his human hands and feet with those of a monkey. He also commands an army of trained ninja monkeys.
Among all the villains, he is considered to be Ron's arch nemesis as they both wielded the Mystical Monkey Power (Tai Sheng Pek Kwar), ironic because of Ron's phobia of monkeys. Monkey Fist was one of the few antagonists to actually remember Ron's name, and considered him a worthy opponent.
Voiced Patton Oswalt, Professor Dementor is a supervillain and mad scientist, who seeks to dominate the world. He is a sort of foil to Dr. Drakken, as they are similar in villainy style, but Dementor seems to be more famous and successful. His real surname is Demenz (the German word for dementia), his first name is unknown.
Dementor has something of a Napoleon complex, and is quick to anger. He generally follows a pattern of gloating, followed by exasperation, with a course of ranting to follow. He has an over-the-top German accent.
Little has been revealed of Dementor's past or origin. He was apparently well-known as a supervillain before Drakken became a high-profile evil-doer; a running gag from the earlier seasons has others confuse Drakken for Dementor, much to the former's chagrin.
He employs a staff of henchmen, supposedly supplied by HenchCo. He has no other known allies, and hasn't teamed up with other villains in the past. Dr. Drakken is his sworn enemy; they frequently attempt to steal the same valuable technology, sometimes from each other's lairs. However he is a better scientist than Drakken, and he is also capable of stealing devices for his own needs. His henchmen are of superior quality, as well. Usually Kim has to work harder to foil Dementor than what she has to defeat Dr. Drakken.
Señor Senior, Sr.
Usually voiced by veteran Mexican actor Ricardo Montalban, when he is not available he is occasionally voiced by Earl Boen. Senior is a retired multi-billionaire who at Ron's accidental suggestion in "The New Ron", took up villainy as a hobby to occupy his retirement years.
Senior is always extremely polite, even while he's trying to kill Kim. This goes beyond sarcastic or insincere flattery; it seems like he's just a genuinely nice person. He's also very involved in his son's life, to the point where he has trouble letting Junior plan a crime by himself.
Senior and his son live on a fairly intimidating private island, somewhere off the coast of Europe. Unfortunately, during an encounter, Ron commented that several features of Senior's island bore strong resemblance to a villainous lair, and gave him more suggestions for making his home more villain-worthy (Spinning tops of doom, self-activating lasers, speedboat for quick escapes, etc.). Senior originally dismisses Ron's suggestions, saying that they sound too sinister, but upon reflection, he decides that he needs a new hobby.
He formerly belonged to a billionaire's club from where he was ejected for being a supervillain, and regularly has the four other richest people in the world (including Pop Pop Porter and Marvin Smarty) over to play cards.
Senior's main asset is his outrageous personal fortune, which allows him to simply buy devices that other villains must steal or build. While he's not much good in a physical fight, it is revealed in "Triple S" that he is incredibly good at extreme sports, and can apparently fight while skydiving.
Señor Senior, Jr.
Voiced by Nestor Carbonell Señor Senior, Jr. is a vain man-child with little to no interest in being a villain.
While he generally goes along with his father's evil plans and has even attempted a couple jobs himself, he is usually more concerned with maintaining his tan and becoming a pop star to concern himself with world domination schemes.
Junior is, for the most part, interested only in himself. If he put his mind to it, he would likely be a better villain than his father, as he favors simple solutions over more complex "traditional" schemes (a reminiscent of Dr. Evil's son in the "Austin Powers" movies), but he is also extremely lazy. His dream is to become a pop star, although it is shown in several episodes that he has no musical talent.
Junior's only known family is his father, Senor Senior Senior. They appear to be fairly close, and although Junior resents the increased amount of work he has to do (due to his father's criminal activities), he is genuinely happy whenever Senior says he's proud of him.
He lives with his father, on a fairly intimidating private island, somewhere off the coast of Europe. Kim first encountered them when Junior's giant tanning lamp was causing rolling blackouts across Western Europe. Upon going to their island and realizing that Senior didn't mean any harm, she gave him a lecture about energy conservation and let him be.
Junior's first appearance was in the episode "The New Ron". He generally only works with his father, however he has partnered with Shego a couple times, to great effect. During the episode "Animal Attraction", he had a short-lived crush on Kim when he found out that their animology profiles were compatible, but that has never been mentioned since.
Regarding his talents he is not the big deal as he is not a good singer, and fights in a same level with Ron. His main talent is probably his clear head; when he puts his mind to it, he can usually come up with the simplest solution, but he is almost always ignored.