Growing Up Creepie/Characters

Everything About Fiction You Never Wanted to Know.

Main Characters

Creepie Creechur


Voiced by: Athena Karkanis

She's an average girl, who was raised by insects.

Tropes exhibited by Creepie Creechur include:

Budge Bently


Voiced by: Richard Yearwood

Budge Bently is one of Creepie's best friends and classmates.

Tropes exhibited by Budge Bently include:
  • Gentle Giant
  • Mr. Fixit: Budge exhibits that he has a talent for fixing things, like repairing a creepy cabin's plumbing in the Scared Twitch Project episode.
  • Secret Keeper: Budge is one of the few humans that knows about the inner workings of Creepie's family, like they're insects and non-insects, like spiders.



Voiced by: David Berni

Pauly is one of Creepie and Gnat's many brothers.

Tropes exhibited by Pauly include:
  • Annoying Younger Sibling: He's this to Creepie, along with his foster brother, Gnat.
  • Big Eater: He loves to eat so much, that his parents had to remind him to not spoil himself before dinner.
  • The Lancer: Sometimes he's the one with the common sense or the good idea to get himself and Gnat.
  • The Prankster



Voiced by: Stevie Vallance

Gnat is Creepie's pesky little brother.

Tropes exhibited by Gnat include:



Voiced by Julie Lemieux

Caroleena is the wife of Vinnie and foster mother to Creepie and various insects that lived in Dweezwold Mansion.

Tropes exhibited by Caroleena include:
  • Carnivore Confusion: It's stated that Creepie's foster Mom runs strictly on a "no friends and family diet," a good thing too, since there's millions upon millions of foster kids, who are insects.
  • Expy: Imagine Angelina Jolie as a praying mantis, you get Caroleena.
  • Informed Ability: Caroleena's ultrasound ears, which makes her able to hear things no one else can.
  • Interspecies Romance: With Vinnie, the mosquito.

Dr. Pappas


Voiced by: Juan Chioran

Dr. Pappas is the teacher of Middlington Middle School.

Tropes exhibited by Dr. Pappas include:

  • Adults Are Useless: He's mainly the prime human adult poster boy for this.
  • Adventurer Outfit: Dr. Pappas wears a tan safari outfit in certain episodes, like "The Scared Twitch Project."
  • Dr. Oblivious
  • Motor Mouth: Dr. Pappas has the tendancy to lecture on and on and on to the point that his students fall asleep in class, be outright bored or they wander off during field trips.



Voiced by: Dwayne Hill

Vinnie is the "Bug" of the household, Creepie's foster Dad.

Tropes exhibited by Vinnie include:



Voiced by: Leah Renee

One of Creepie's best friends and fellow classmate. Plus, she's the opposite of our heroine.

Tropes exhibited by Chris-Alice include:

Ms. Montserrat


Voiced by: Julie Lemieux

The strict principal of Middlington Middle school.

Tropes exhibited by Ms. Montserrat include:
  • Acting for Two: Julie Lemieux also voices Caroleena, Creepie's foster mom.
  • Bear Hug: To some kids, the school's principal is bigger and taller than they are, so she can hug them like this.
  • Stern Principal: Ms. Montserrat is so stern that she rules the school with an iron fist.

Minor Characters



Voiced by: Dan Petronijevic

Skipper (aka Tarantula Boy) works at Circus Grande as part of its freak show and is one of Creepie's friends.

Tropes exhibited by Skipper include:



Marge is Skipper's Mom and a giant tarantula.

Tropes exhibited by Marge include:



Voiced by: Stephanie Anne Mills

Melanie's friend and cheerleader.

Tropes exhibited by Carla include:
  • Acting for Two: Stephanie Anne Mills also does Raven.
  • The Cheerleader: Carla is also part of the Bullfrog cheerleader squad.
  • Motor Mouth: Talks a lot with Melanie...On her cellular phone, despite being two feet apart from each other.
  • School Uniforms Are the New Black: Carla wears her cheerleader outfit in all episodes, except for Halloween specials and special occasions.



Voiced by: Athena Karkanis

Carla's other friend.

Tropes exhibited by Melanie include:
  • Acting for Two: Athena Karkanis also does Creepie.
  • The Cheerleader: In "Bug It On", Melanie is part of the Bullfrog cheerleading squad.
  • Dumb Blonde: Melanie seemingly needs Carla to tell her what to do and think.
    • This is averted greatly, in Wanna Bee were she sensed that something was amiss with the new gal, Regina, thinks for herself, and even help Creepie solved the case.
  • Motor Mouth: She talks in her cellular phone regularly.

George Hollyruller


Voiced by: Scott McCord

Resident exterminator and all round American Dad.

Tropes exhibited by George Hollyruller include:

Bunny Hollyruller


Voiced By: Stevie Vallance

Chris-Alice's Mom and real estate seller.

Tropes exhibited by Bunny Hollyruller include:
  • Acting for Two: Stevie Vallance also does Gnat.
  • The Determinator: In "Home Is Where The Haunt" episode, Bunny is one very determine real estate salesman.
"My mom could sell igloos in a desert."

Raven, Misery, and Morpheus


Voiced by: Stephanie Mills (Raven), David Berni (Misery), and Richard Yearwood(Morpheus)

The Goth kids from Middlington School and Creepie's other friends.

Tropes exhibited by Raven, Misery, and Morpheus include:
  • Acting for Two: The actors also voiced Carla, Pauly, and Budge.
  • Creepy Children
  • Goth
  • Goth Rock: Raven, Misery, Morpheus, and some other non-goth kids formed a band, the Plaid Vapors.
  • Only Known by Their Nickname: The series didn't reveal Raven, Misery, and Morpheus's real names.
    • Slightly averted, when Raven's actual surname of McFadden was revealed.



Voiced by: Scott McCord

The cool kid of Middlington Middle School.

Tropes exhibited by Harry include:
  • Acting for Two: Scott McCord also voiced George Hollyruller.
  • The Dandy: According to the Mike Young Productions, Harry loves using hair products.
    • He even outdoes both of his fans, Melanie and Carla, when it comes to being vain.
  • Data Pad: Harry uses his trusty data pad to schedule meeting girls, he talks briefly, and the DPA beeps. Harry then shouts "Next!" and leaves the girl to meet up with the next girl.
  • Perverted Sniffing: This is Harry's deep secret, he does this to girls when he thinks they're not looking.