Only 1 in 19 People Can Name All of These Rugrats Characters From an Image. Can You?

By: J.P. Naomi
Image: Klasky Csupo/Nickelodeon

About This Quiz

Take yourself back to the early 1990s for a moment. You're sitting on the couch watching "The Ren & Stimpy Show" on Nickelodeon when all of a sudden your new favorite show premieres - it's "Rugrats!" You proceed to watch "Rugrats" for the next 13 years, enjoying each episode, their spin-off shows, and even movies! So now what? You think you can name all of the characters, huh!? Well, we'll see about that!

In this quiz, we'll show you a picture of a "Rugrats" cast member and all you have to do is choose the right answer. Think you're fan enough to ace this ultimate quiz?

Well, we hope you're ready because we're taking you through the entire cast. From the babies, to the kids, to the adults and even the pets, we want to know just how good your Rugrats knowledge is! Can you tell Phil apart from Lil? Can you recognize the Pickle's family dog? Do you know enough about the McNulty boys to correctly identify them from a photo? This is just a preview of the journey you are about to embark on. We wish you the best of luck!

So here we go, the time has come! Let's see how well you know the wonderful, quirky, comical, lovable and, yes, sometimes quite annoying characters of "Rugrats!" 

Tommy Pickles was voiced by E.G. Daily and first appeared on television in the "Tommy's First Birthday" episode. His last appearance was in "Golden Boy," an episode in the spin-off show, "All Grown Up!"

Charles "Chuckie" Crandal Finster, Jr. was voiced by Christine Cavanaugh until 2002, and by Nancy Cartwright to series' end in 2004. Chuckie was the oldest of the babies and was Tommy's best friend.

"Rugrats" first aired on Nickelodeon on April 11, 1991. Its final episode was on August 1, 2004.

Angelica Pickles was voiced by Cheryl Chase. She was Tommy and Dil's cousin and daughter of Drew and Charlotte Pickles.

Susie Carmichael was mostly voiced by Cree Summer, while E.G. Daily performed the voice on several occasions. She was often seen as Angelica's rival, though they are actually close friends!

Dylan "Dil" Pickles was voiced by Tara Strong. He was Tommy's younger brother and liked to chew and drool on people and things!

Kimi Finster's voice was performed by Dionne Quan. She was Chuckie's stepsister and was first introduced in the second Rugrats movie, "Rugrats in Paris!"

Charles Norbert Finster was voiced by Michael Bell. In addition to "Rugrats," Bell has also acted in "The Transformers," "G.I. Joe: A Real American Hero," "The Houndcats," and "The Smurfs."

Kira Watanabe-Finster was voiced by Julia Kato. She was Kimi's mother and became Chuckie's step-mother after she married Chaz in "Rugrats in Paris: The Movie."

Stuart "Stu" Pickles was voiced by Jack Riley. He was Tommy and Dil's easy-going father and Drew's brother. He was married to Didi Pickles and was a toy inventor.

Fifi was a purple poodle who was originally a Parisian stray dog. Spike fell in love with her in the second Rugrats movie and they became a couple!

Drew Pickles' voice was performed by Michael Bell. He was married to Charlotte, and was also Angelica's father. He proudly called her "Princess."

Charlotte Pickles was voiced by Tress MacNeille. She was Angelica's workaholic mother, CEO of her own company and was married to Drew. She was often seen on-screen talking on her cellphone to her co-worker, Jonathan.

Howie DeVille was voiced by Philip Proctor. Proctor is also known for his work in "The Firesign Theatre," "Zachariah," "The Lion King," "Toy Story" and "Assassin's Creed," just to name a few!

Elizabeth "Betty" DeVille was the mother of Phil and Lil. She was voiced by Kath Soucie who is known for playing Linka in "Captain Planet and the Planeteers," Lola Bunny in "Space Jam," and Fifi La Fume in "Tiny Toon Adventures."

Did you know that "Rugrats" aired for nine seasons? There were 172 episodes in total!

Dr. Lucille "Lucy" Carmichael was Susie's mother and Randy's wife. As a doctor, she delivered Dil at birth and also removed Susie's tonsils!

Did you know that Grandpa Lou's real name was Louis Kalhern Pickles II? His voice was performed by David Doyle from 1991 - 1997, and then by Joe Alaskey from 1997 - 2004.

Miriam Pickles' nickname was Mim. She was voiced by Andrea Martin who is best known for her work in the TV series, "SCTV," a Canadian sketch comedy show from the late 1970s and early 1980s.

Louise Jonston (Lulu Pickles) was voiced by Debbie Reynolds. Did you know that Reynolds was the mother of actress and writer Carrie Fisher?

"Rugrats" was created by Arlene Klasky, Gábor Csupó, and Paul Germain. Each episode was approximately 23 minutes long.

Beatrix "Trixie" McGee was Tommy, Dil, and Angelica's deceased grandmother. She never actually appeared in person on the show because she 'died' before the show began. She was only seen in Grandpa Lou's flashbacks.

Fluffy was Angelica's cat. Did you know that she actually looked just like Angelica? Most people didn't seem to notice though...

Did you know that Melinda Finster's voice was performed by "Sex and the City" star Kim Cattrall? She appeared only in the "Mother's Day" episode in 1997.

Harold Frumpkin was a kid in Angelica and Susie's pre-school class. His voice was performed by Pat Musick who is also known for her work on "Curious George," "Extreme Ghostbusters," "SpaceCats" and "The Smurfs."

Alisa Carmichael was the Carmichael's oldest daughter and Susie's oldest sister. She was voiced by Bettina Bush who is also known for "My Little Pony," "The Littles," "Rainbow Brite" and "Journey to Spirit Island!"

Colleen McNulty was voiced by Theresa Ganzel and was the mother of the McNulty boys. She spoke with an Irish accent and appeared in two episodes: "A Very McNulty Birthday" and "Wash Dry Story."

Melanie Chartoff was the voice of Grandma Minka Kropotkin. Chartoff first rose to fame in her ABC series, "Fridays," from 1980 - 1982. She was also known for her work on the Fox sitcom, "Parker Lewis Can't Lose."

Elaine was Ben's wife and Didi's sister in-law. She married Ben in the episode entitled, "Let Them Eat Cake." Her voice was performed by both Meagen Fay and Tress MacNeille.

Bill Cobbs performed the voice of Uncle Charles Kojo. He was born in Cleveland, Ohio, in 1934 and began his career in the Ossie Davis play, "Purple Victorious."

Did you know that Didi's full name was Diane Kropotkin Kerpackter-Pickles? She was Tommy and Dil's mother as well as a part-time schoolteacher. She was married to Stu.

Terry McNulty was one of the McNulty boys. His voice was performed by Grey DeLisle, who is also known for her roles as Vicky from "The Fairly OddParents," Mandy from "The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy," and Sam Manson from "Danny Phantom."

Did you know that Irma Hall performed the voice of Great Aunt 'T'? She is best known for playing matriarchal figures in the films, "A Family Thing," "Soul Food," and "The Ladykillers."

Timmy McNulty is the oldest of the five McNulty boys. His voice is performed by Tara Strong who is also known for her voice roles in "The Powerpuff Girls," "The Fairly OddParents," "Drawn Together," and "Teen Titans."

Did you know that the "Rugrats" theme song was composed by Mark Mothersbaugh? He came to prominence in the late 1970s as co-founder, lead singer and keyboardist of the new wave band, Devo.

Jonathan Kraskel was voiced by René Auberjonois in 1995 and Dan Castellaneta from 1998 - 2004. He was originally portrayed with purple skin, but had fair skin in later appearances.

Both Phil and Lil were voiced by the same voice actor, Katherine Soucie. Soucie also performed the voice of Mrs. DeVille.

Miss Weemer was Angelica and Susie's teacher in pre-school. Her voice was performed by Vicki Lewis, who is best known for her role as Beth on the NBC sitcom, "NewsRadio."

Spike was the PIckles' family dog. He appeared in almost every episode of "Rugrats." But he wasn't actually considered a 'main character.'

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