List of iCarly characters

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The Nickelodeon sitcom iCarly (2007–2012) centers on Carly Shay, who creates her own web show with her best friends Sam and Freddie. The series stars Miranda Cosgrove as Carly, Jennette McCurdy as Sam, Nathan Kress as Freddie, Jerry Trainor as Spencer, and Noah Munck as Gibby. iCarly was created by Dan Schneider, who also serves as executive producer. Two television films, iGo to Japan and iParty with Victorious, were respectively released in 2008 and 2011, while a joint spin-off with Victorious, titled Sam & Cat and starring McCurdy and Ariana Grande as Cat Valentine, aired on Nickelodeon from 2013 to 2014.

In 2021, a revival of the series was released for Paramount+, with Cosgrove, Kress, and Trainor reprising their roles, and also starring Laci Mosley as Carly's best friend Harper and Jaidyn Triplett as Freddie's stepdaughter Millicent. The series was developed by Ali Schouten without Schneider's involvement, who also serves as executive producer alongside Cosgrove.

The main characters iCarly (2007–2012) as of Season 4: (left to right) Gibby (Noah Munck), Spencer Shay (Jerry Trainor), Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove), Freddie Benson (Nathan Kress) and Sam Puckett (Jennette McCurdy).

Main charactersEdit


Actor Character Original Series Revival Series
1 2 3 4 5 6 1
Miranda Cosgrove
Carly Shay Main
Jennette McCurdy
Sam Puckett Main Does not appear
Nathan Kress
Freddie Benson Main
Jerry Trainor
Spencer Shay Main
Noah Munck
Gibby Recurring Main Does not appear
Laci Mosley
Harper Does not appear Main
Jaidyn Triplett
Millicent Does not appear Main

Carly ShayEdit

Carly Shay (Miranda Cosgrove) starts as a 13-year-old girl who lives with her older brother, Spencer Shay, in Seattle, Washington. They live in the Bushwell Plaza apartment building.

Carly's best friends are Sam Puckett, Freddie Benson (who lives in the same apartment building), and Gibby Gibson.

In "iPilot", Carly takes the blame for one of Sam's pranks and has to oversee people who want to be in the school's talent show as her punishment. When Carly, Sam, and Freddie's suggestions are completely ignored, they decide to make a web show named iCarly upon Freddie's suggestion, with the 'i' standing for 'Internet' and Carly's name since she will be the host of the show.

Carly gets good grades, going for straight A's in one episode. She is kind, easygoing, and naive at times, wanting to believe the best in people. She has her moments when she proves just how crazy she can be. Yet in many ways, she is more grown up than her adult brother.

She has occasionally wondered why she and Sam are friends as Sam tends to get her into trouble. Freddie has a crush on Carly, of which everyone is aware. However, she does not feel the same way (which she has told him many times). Despite this, in "iSaved Your Life", Carly wants Freddie to become more than friends because Freddie pushed her out of the way of a truck, getting hit himself instead. Although he was originally eager about their new relationship, Sam later advises him to break up with her, but he regrets it later. In "iSpace Out" and "iSam's Mom", it is revealed that Carly is claustrophobic. She is the daughter of Colonel Steven Shay. He is stationed on a Navy submarine; their mother has never been seen and was only spoken of once when it was stated that she was in the armed forces. Carly is a kind and easygoing person who would do anything for her friends, although "iDate a Bad Boy" shows that she can be shallow, as she had a dislike of Griffin's hobby of collecting Pee Wee Babies (a parody of Beanie Babies). Also, when pushed too far, like in "iHave My Principals", Carly has proven to be just as devious as Sam, which catches most people by surprise because of her nice demeanor and the little-known, but generally assumed, fact that she has never pulled a prank by herself until "iGet Pranky" (which she did with Spencer's help). Carly is not tough, and even when furious, she has rarely physically attacked anyone on-screen (exceptions include when she tried to tackle Freddie in an angry manner in "iThink They Kissed" and "iPromise Not to Tell"). However, on occasion, she will confront someone, even bullies and teachers, as shown in "iHave a Lovesick Teacher" and "iMake Sam Girlier". She was also part of a girl mob (Sam and Shelby Marx) that beat up Nevel in "iFight Shelby Marx" although Nevel was not scared of her. Carly shows singing ability in "iDo", when she sings "Shakespeare", and in "iPie", when she tries to get people at a funeral to sing "Amazing Grace". In at least one episode, it is shown that she wears a mask to keep her from snoring, implying that she has sleep apnea as well as asthma, despite not having an asthma attack since she was seven, as confirmed by Spencer in "iWanna Stay with Spencer". In "iMeet the First Lady", it is revealed her father's pet name for her is "Snug Bug." She moves with her father to Florence, Italy in the series finale.

Although not present as a character, Carly was mentioned in the spin-off series Sam & Cat.

In the 2021 revival, it is revealed that Carly hosted QVC whilst in Italy, and that she hosted college radio while studying Theater and Media Studies. By the events of the reboot, she is sharing an apartment in Seattle with her new friend Harper. After failed attempts to start an internet channel with romantic interests, she decides to restart her iCarly webshow, with Freddie and Spencer assisting her.

Sam PuckettEdit

Samantha "Sam" Puckett[1] (Jennette McCurdy) is Carly Shay's best friend and in later episodes the ex-girlfriend of Freddie Benson. She co-hosts the iCarly webshow with Carly, and also handles the sound effect remote control. Sam has an identical twin sister named Melanie. Their mother is Pam Puckett (Jane Lynch[2]). Sam also stated she and her twin sister Melanie were born on a bus due to poor planning by their mother.

Sam is a tomboy and often uses aggression against people who upset her. Sam enjoys pranks, mooching off her friends, and hates working, but is still considered a nice girl in-universe. It is mentioned in the series that she has been arrested three times. In "iWon't Cancel the Show", Sam gets arrested a fourth time after a man cuts in front of her in a market and she shoved a hot chili dog down his pants, only to find out he was the Mexican ambassador and as a result, she is sentenced to juvie for seven days (this is the only episode where Sam does not appear at all). Sam is also portrayed as gluttonous, with a particular love for meat (i.e. fried chicken, ham, bacon, steak, ribs, and pork). One time, she went on a meat patch. She had at least 7 of them on her arm, but still she could not resist eating a meatball. There is a running gag in the show where Sam is prone to say bacon. It was revealed in "iGot a Hot Room" that Sam speaks fluent Italian and she said she can play a trombone (or at least took 3 years of lessons). Sam has many pictures of boy celebrities on her locker, including Drake Bell, Patrick Stump, Pete Wentz, Joe Trohman, and Andy Hurley from Fall Out Boy. Sam loves to dance, as shown in "iWas a Pageant Girl", when she did a dance with her former dance coach for the talent portion. Sam reveals that she has a small crush on Spencer and that was what was keeping her from beating him up after he performed numerous pranks on her and others. She has a "rabid" three-legged cat named "Frothy". In "iParty with Victorious", it is shown that Sam is a skilled rapper. She occasionally refers to herself as "Momma." In the episode "iWant to Date Freddie", it is stated by Carly that Sam never lies but in the same episode she promised not to tell on Valerie even though she did. Despite her laziness and unhealthy diet, Sam is physically fit and several episodes show her flipping over full grown men or carrying Freddie over her shoulder with ease. She lives with her mother, although she often stays with Carly at her apartment, as she is dissatisfied with her home life. In the episode "iParty with Victorious" and "iLost My Mind", Sam reveals that her father promised his family he would return, but still has not come back since. Sam admits she used to compete in beauty pageants (and came in second in 19 of them) but got suspended for seven years due to her being suspected of "pushing" a candidate, Leann Carter, down a flight of stairs. Sam pushes Carly into doing the pageant when she finds out that Leann is going for her 100th straight win. At the pageant, Sam finds out she can compete because it has been seven and a half years since the ban, and secures her first pageant victory.

Sam tends to insult any other girl who has a crush on Freddie. Despite having dated boys before, she shares her first kiss with Freddie. In "iSaved Your Life", she gets upset when she tells Spencer that Freddie got hit by a taco truck. In "iOMG", it is revealed that she is in love with Freddie, as she kisses him with passion. In "iLost My Mind", Sam checks herself into a mental hospital because she thinks she is insane for being in love with Freddie. When Carly, Sam, and Freddie have to tape a show of iCarly in the hospital, Carly wants to get the iCarly fans to see if Sam and Freddie should go out. After the iCarly fans say that Sam and Freddie should go out, Freddie records himself saying that no one has asked how he feels. Sam thinks this is his chance to get back at her and embarrass her. In the middle of yelling at him, Freddie walks over to her and kisses her. The two start dating, but in "iDate Sam and Freddie", they keep arguing, and a frustrated Carly, tired of being their mediator, tells them maybe they are not meant to be, leaving the episode a cliffhanger. In "iCan't Take it", Gibby and Freddie's mom try to break Sam and Freddie up, nearly succeeding when the couple get in an argument which causes Freddie to consider breaking up with her, but Carly convinces Freddie that Sam would never try to hurt him. Freddie and Sam make up and kiss. In "iLove You", Sam and Freddie try each other's hobbies. Freddie invites Sam to hang out with him at his club "Training Bros", but Sam gets Freddie kicked out by accident. So Sam invites Freddie to see her uncle Carmine and cousin Chaz in prison, but Freddie causes Carmine and Chaz to get sent away by the police. After that, Sam and Freddie overhear Carly talking to Spencer and his girlfriend Jenna about their relationship. Freddie and Sam feel as if Carly was talking about their relationship, and they decide to break-up with the possibility of reuniting later on if they ever become mature about a relationship. Freddie tells Sam that he loves her for the first time. Sam tells him she loves him too, and they kiss. When Freddie sees what time it is (10:30 p.m.), Sam suggests they break-up at midnight so they can have an excuse to kiss for the last time.

In the series finale, "iGoodbye", Sam and Carly take a break from their web show while Carly moves to Italy. Sam then became a lead character in the spin-off series Sam & Cat, in which she moves to Los Angeles and becomes friends with Cat Valentine (a character originally from Victorious) after rescuing her from a garbage truck.

By the time of the 2021 revival, Sam is mentioned to be travelling with a biker gang known as "the Obliterators".

Freddie BensonEdit

Fredward "Freddie" Benson[3] (Nathan Kress) is the technical producer for the web-show iCarly which stars his friends Carly Shay and Sam Puckett. He is often the scapegoat when it comes to Sam's bad ideas. It is revealed that he has had a crush on Carly since the 6th grade, but Carly generally regards him as one of her best friends. However, in "iSaved Your Life", Carly falls for him after he saves her from getting run over by a taco truck. Freddie breaks up with her and says that if Carly still loves him and would still want to be his girlfriend when "the whole hero thing dies down", he would "be very psyched about it." At the end of this episode, Freddie is shown in the elevator asking himself, "What did I do?".

Like Carly, Freddie is shown to get high grades in school, although his talents are on a more technological basis; thus, he is somewhat of a nerd. When explaining a certain technology that Carly and Sam do not know about, he tends to speak in terms that neither Carly nor Sam can comprehend, and thus, this is one of the sources of Sam's constant ridicule of Freddie. He is shown as being a very effective producer, though he is given little credit for iCarly's popularity. Sam eventually somewhat realizes his vital role to the webcast when a girl named Valerie makes him her technical producer instead, and iCarly is greatly hindered as a result. It is also known that Freddie is interested in studying multiple foreign languages, including French, Spanish, and Portuguese. From the second season on, he is frequently heard exclaiming phrases in Spanish.

Freddie's relationship with his mother, Marissa Benson, is a very strained one. She means well, but can be overprotective, although they love each other. In iGo to Japan, it is revealed that he has a GPS chip in his head that his mother had implanted in him in Venezuela due to her overprotective behavior. Her constant overbearing eventually drove Freddie to temporarily move out of their apartment, and he remained there until his mother begged him to come back. Freddie agreed as long as she unblocked his favorite channels and left him alone in public. Freddie's relationship with Sam in the first season shows a strong dislike for each other. They have become more civil to one another as the series progresses to the point of them only arguing when they are around other people. Freddie constantly finds himself on the wrong end of Sam's demeanor and his near-psychotic mother's over-protectiveness. Throughout the series, Sam insults him, causes physical harm to him, or pulls pranks on him without hesitation, and also insults any girl who is attracted to him. But they both care for each other. Freddie gradually gets used to this so much so that in "iKiss", he stated that "his life would feel too weird if she didn't make him miserable all the time" and kisses Sam after they mutually compromise to "get their first kiss over with". In "iReunite With Missy", Sam asks for Freddie's help and when Carly finds out she says to Freddie, "You care about Sam" which shows that despite her constant abuse, he sees her as a good friend. In "iOMG", Freddie has a new app that tells people what mood they are in. Freddie tests it on Sam, and it said she was in love. He assumes it is their new intern, Brad, and tells Carly. But at the end of the episode Sam kisses Freddie, revealing she was in love with him. When the kiss is over Sam says, "Sorry." Freddie then says, "It's cool," with mixed emotions of confusion and gladness on his face. The episode ends with Freddie unsure of his feelings for Sam. "iLost My Mind" features them finally together, continuing "iOMG", when Carly sees Freddie and Sam kissing. Freddie kisses her live on iCarly at the end of the episode showing that he does, in fact, reciprocate Sam's feelings. Then in "iDate Sam and Freddie", they kept arguing, while having Carly help them get along. They eventually made up afterwards. In "iCan't Take It", Gibby and Freddie's mom try to break Sam and Freddie up by revealing to Freddie that Sam sabotaged his application for NERD (New Electronics Research and Development) Camp, thus ruining his chances of getting in. Freddie is devastated, leading him to seriously consider a break up, but Carly, feeling guilty about helping Mrs. Benson and Gibby and not wishing for her best friends to be unhappy, convinces Freddie that Sam would never try to hurt him and that she loves him. Freddie changes his mind and the two make up. In "iLove You", Sam and Freddie try each other's hobbies, which ends in disaster. They mutually decide to break-up, but decided that if they ever become mature about a relationship, they will get back together, and kiss for the last time.

In "iGoodbye", Freddie first assumes that Sam wants to reunite with him as a couple when she calls him, but then turns his attention to making Carly happy by offering to take her to the Father-Daughter Dance with Gibby, although both of them are rejected by Carly's sobbing. After Colonel Shay appears and escorts her to and back from the event, he announces he has to leave, eventually leading Carly to decide upon moving to Florence, Italy with him. In the studio, Freddie packs up his equipment, and starts telling Carly about helping Gibby take care of his new pet weasel when Carly places her hand on his. The two of them end up sharing a final kiss before she leaves.

In February 2014, Freddie guest stars in the crossover spin-off Sam & Cat episode "#TheKillerTunaJump" when Sam's new roommate Cat Valentine calls him over to Los Angeles in an effort to make Sam jealous in retaliation for Sam spending more time with her best friend Jade West. Jade then suggests Sam date her friend Robbie Shapiro to make Cat and Freddie jealous. When Cat argues with Sam over this, Sam says that Freddie is the only man she has ever loved, though tells a shocked Freddie that she was exaggerating to make a point. While talking with Robbie about this, Freddie comes close to admitting that he still loves Sam. After Sam rescues Freddie after he falls into a pit full of killer tuna fish, she apologizes to him and suggests they have fun with each other once he is released from the hospital.

In the 2021 revival, it is revealed that in the nine years since the webshow last went live, Freddie has been involved in a failed tech start-up and had two failed marriages, and has moved back in with his mother along with his adopted stepdaughter Millicent.

Spencer ShayEdit

Spencer Shay (Jerry Trainor) is Carly's immature, childish, hyperactive, older brother. When Carly's dad was called overseas, she went to live with Spencer, who turned their loft into both a workspace and gallery for his wacky sculptures. Spencer is off-beat and rarely acts his age, but acts responsibly and seriously when necessary. Though often spontaneous and unreliable, Spencer has been shown as being extremely protective of Carly, especially in episodes such as "iQuit iCarly", when he sees Carly about to fall off a window washer platform and sprints to her rescue, and "iLook Alike", when he would not approve her going to a mixed martial arts fight, and "iDate a Bad Boy", when he adamantly disapproved of Carly dating Griffin. In "iWanna Stay with Spencer", when Carly was being sent to live with her grandfather against her and Spencer's wishes, Spencer gives their grandfather Carly's asthma inhaler, despite her not having an asthma attack since she was seven. He tells their grandfather that he had kept all these years in case she needed it and demands he takes it with them, but after seeing how much Spencer really cares about Carly by keeping the inhaler all this time, their grandfather allows her to stay with him. In the alternate reality shown in "iChristmas," it is revealed that if Spencer was born "normal," Carly would have never met Sam and Freddie, Sam would be stuck in a juvenile detention center, Spencer would be engaged to Marissa Benson, and iCarly would not exist.

In addition to making sculptures, Spencer has been shown to be an incredibly talented artist; while trying to teach Carly to draw in "iMust Have Locker 239", he quickly draws a professional-looking rabbit without looking at the pad, much to Carly's amazement. However, when Spencer tries to get involved in something besides sculpting, it tends to spontaneously burst into flames as a running gag, despite the object usually not being flammable. He is often the focus of the subplot for each episode, in which he usually finds himself in a strange situation. An odd interest of his is dressing up like a woman, as seen in "iWant My Website Back" and in "iLost My Mind". He also enjoys drinking milk in the shower, as stated in the episode "iGot A Hot Room".

In several episodes, it is stated that Spencer went to law school (because of his father's wishes) for three days before dropping out. Spencer did not tell his father that, claiming that he is busy. His dad eventually finds out in "iGoodbye".

Spencer is sometimes attacked, pranked, and tormented by Chuck Chambers, a trouble-making boy who lives in the apartment building. The conflict started when Spencer was covering for the doorman Lewbert in "iHurt Lewbert". Chuck has been seen in several episodes as a worthy enemy, because of his "sweet" personality, and martial arts skills.

Spencer has also had numerous girlfriends throughout the series, including Veronica from a grocery store in "iMake Sam Girlier" and a very high class woman in "iWon't Cancel The Show".

It is revealed that Spencer pulled numerous pranks during his youth in "iGet Pranky". After helping Carly pull a prank, his love for it was reignited, and he soon began to set up constant pranks at the expense of almost everyone, especially Carly. At her wit's end, Carly calls some of his old school friends (all of whom that came were victims from one of his pranks) to talk him out of his refueled habit. When Carly leaves, however, they resort to beating up Spencer since they still have not forgiven him for it. Despite this, Spencer gets the message. In "iParty with Victorious", it is shown that Spencer has a book club with only ladies. To Carly, Sam, and Freddie's amazement they think that it is not the most manly thing in the world, Spencer also agrees. In "iLost my Mind", this book club reappears, exchanging fruit tart recipes, however he is later kicked out after setting a box of books on fire.

In the 2021 revival, it is revealed that Spencer became a millionaire after one of his sculptures was accidentally set on fire and inadvertently seen by the art audience as a political statement. He has since remodeled his apartment; but has kept the third floor intact, allowing Carly and Freddie to use it to restart their webshow.


Orenthal Cornelius "Gibby" Gibson[4][5] (Noah Munck) is a friend and classmate of Carly, Sam, and Freddie and the show's breakout character. Due to his odd personality and chubby appearance, he is an outcast at school, although he does have a few friends. He used to be known for taking off his shirt in almost all episodes he appeared in. After season 4, he has not taken his shirt off and stated in "iStill Psycho" that he takes it off "less frequently now". He often appears on iCarly to assist Carly, Sam, and Freddie. Gibby started off as an occasional recurring character of the show, but was promoted to a main character by season 4.[6] Gibby has a little brother named Guppy, played by Munck's younger brother. In "iMove Out", he has a pet bulldog named Grubbles. Gibby also has a pet cat which he apparently likes to film, mentioned by his girlfriend Tasha in "iEnrage Gibby". A running gag in many episodes usually has many characters yelling "Gibby!" to him, either when they are aggravated or annoyed by him. Since becoming a series regular, Gibby often announces his presence upon entering a room by saying his own name in a deepened voice: "Gibbeh!" It was revealed in the episode, "iStill Psycho", that his birth name is Orenthal Gibson.

Much like Freddie, he is often a victim of Sam's pranks, but she has shown to have more respect for him. In "iSpeed Date", his last name is revealed as Gibson on his house's postbox, which read "The Gibsons". The episode also reveals he has a girlfriend named Tasha. A very attractive girl, she only has a small part in the episode. This surprised Carly, Sam, and Freddie, because they feel that Tasha is somewhat out of Gibby's league. In "iEnrage Gibby", Tasha returns and has a larger role, showing much affection towards Gibby. In this episode, Gibby is shown to be ruthless and jealous, but in a comedic way. He is also shown to be a skilled kickboxer. Gibby is portrayed to be a very capable fighter, almost to the level of Sam, as shown in "iPsycho", where he succeeds in smashing down a barricaded door. In the episode "iCan't Take It", Gibby is shown to be a strong singer when he serenades Sam and Freddie after he has a change of heart about trying to break them up. He also reveals in "iMeet the First Lady" that he thought Spencer was Carly's father. He says this again in "iGoodbye".

His mother's name is Charlotte. His parents are divorced. He also has some emotional problems because he is the main target for most bullies (mostly Sam in the first three seasons).

He is a very good friend with Spencer. In "iKiss", he became Carly's replacement in Spencer's football training. In "iCarly Awards", Spencer gave him the awards and he gave them to Carly and Sam. In "iQuit iCarly", he became Spencer's "boat boy" and he helped him defeat the Pirates. In "iPsycho", Spencer finds out that Gibby is not allowed to go to the camp anymore, so he cheers him up by inviting him to "Camp Spencer". In "iGot a Hot Room", his grandpa gives Spencer a haircut. In "iOMG", Gibby felt bad about hurting Spencer in an experiment. In "iParty with Victorious", he revealed he is skilled in massage therapy by aiding Spencer, so Spencer refused to drive the rest of the gang to Los Angeles unless Gibby was allowed to accompany them. Gibby also hosts the show with Carly and Sam doing things with sets.

Gibby also proclaims in "iSaved Your Life" that he and his family do not have cable television. Gibby imagines his fantasy marriage to Cat Valentine as a rabbi-officiated culturally Jewish wedding ceremony, with Gibby's stand-in wearing a yarmulke and breaking the glass.[7]


Harper Raines[8] (Laci Mosley) is Carly's new best friend and roommate. She is an aspiring fashion stylist, and works as a barista at Skybucks Coffee Bar after her family lost their fortune. She quits her job in "iMLM" when it begins to interfere with her ambitions, and in "iCan Fix It Myself" secures a new job as a personal stylist for emerging popstar Double Dutch. In "iReturn to Webicon", while stranded on an abandoned outdoor retreat, Harper and Dutch inadvertently develop romantic feelings for each other. Though they try to keep things professional for the sake of their careers, they end up sharing a kiss.

Following Mosley's casting in March 2021,[9] Mosley has been the target of racist attacks from fans who saw her as a "replacement" for Jennette McCurdy's Sam Puckett. Writer Franchesca Ramsey tweeted in response, "[Mosley]'s character Harper isn't replacing Sam [McCurdy's character from the original].[10]


Millicent Mitchell[11] (Jaidyn Triplett) is Freddie's snarky and social media-obsessed adopted daughter. Freddie shares custody of her with her mother, Gwen.[9]

Recurring charactersEdit

Marissa BensonEdit

Marissa Benson (Mary Scheer) is Freddie's stereotypically overprotective, and sensitive safe-cautious mom, first appearing in "iWanna Stay with Spencer". She is very neurotic, worried about Freddie getting hurt or having relationships with girls and constantly treats her son, as well as Spencer, like a child. She wanted Carly to love Freddie in "iWill Date Freddie", but later came to resent her for changing Freddie's "boy chemistry". Marissa constantly embarrasses Freddie in public, often by making him follow all of her strange rules. She does not seem to care about other people's apologies as seen in the special "iSaved Your Life" where she blamed Carly for getting Freddie injured. In "iFence" she reveals she is from a long line of Olympic fencers and displays her swordsmanship skills in "iStill Psycho". She also has a fear of germs shown in "iToe Fat Cakes" and "iCan't Take It". In the revival series, after Freddie goes through his divorce from his second ex-wife Gwen, she takes him in along with his adopted stepdaughter Milicent, whom she bonds with over house-flipping TV shows. In "iLove Gwen", Gwen admits to being intimidated by Marissa's rules whenever Freddie brought her to the Benson apartment during their dates, but liking her anti-tick shampoo.


Lewbert Sline[12] (Jeremy Rowley) is the rude and psychotic doorman of Carly's apartment. He has a large, noticeable wart on his left cheek. In "iFind Lewbert's Lost Love", he reveals that the wart developed from stress caused by his abusive ex-girlfriend, Marta. Her over-obsessiveness caused Lewbert to take her on a cruise and to jump overboard and swam to shore and make him change his last name, lose his good looks, his job as a supermodel, move to Seattle, and essentially lose his mind. He is later sent to jail for 30 days and 6 months (by smacking a police officer on the face and "admitting" that he was the one who was stealing TV remotes from the apartments) so he can escape Marta.

He is featured on the bit "Messin' with Lewbert" on iCarly, in which Carly, Sam and Freddie pull pranks on him, once going so far that they accidentally blew his wart off his face with an "exploding muffin basket", made to shoot confetti, but blew up as an explosive. Afterwards, he had a short-lived romance with Freddie's mother. However, this did not last because of his attitude after Freddie fell down the stairs while wearing "open-toed shoes", which was actually a ruse by Carly and Sam to end the relationship. Lewbert is loosely based on an enraged, psychotic customer Rowley played in a "Blockblister" segment on The Amanda Show. Lewbert appears throughout the first three seasons (he was not seen in "iEnrage Gibby" but his voice was heard, and is later mentioned in the Season 4 episode, "iHire an Idiot." He is not seen or mentioned in season 5 but he returns in the sixth-season premiere, "iApril Fools" and the series finale, "iGoodbye".


Terrence "T-Bo" Bo[13] (BooG!e) is the manager at the Groovy Smoothie. He often hassles his customers to buy random foods (as well as smoothies), such as bagels, bell peppers, doughnuts and pickles. These foods are always skewered on a stick. T-Bo says he has a degree in "Smoothology". He is a close friend of Carly, Spencer, and the rest of the gang. After "iQ", he rents a room from Mrs. Benson. He first appears in the season-two episode "iWant my Website Back", and continues to appear throughout subsequent seasons. In iParty with Victorious, he is revealed to be stalking Kenan Thompson as "The Panda", swatting him with a tennis racket while wearing a panda suit.


Socko is a friend of Spencer who is mentioned in several episodes, though is never seen in person. He and Spencer were friends in high school. He is known most for making all of Spencer's brightly colored, light-up socks, first seen in "iWant More Viewers". All members of Socko's family mentioned have names that match their jobs or hobbies; such as Tyler, who makes ties; Otto, a used car salesman; Rob, a professional thief; Penny, who creates Penny-Tees; Isaac, an optometrist; Taylor, a tailor; Bernie, a professional welder; Boomer, who sells explosives; and Ryder, who is a motorcycle rider. Most of his family members have never been seen in the show in person except for Rob who stole back Carly and Spencer's couch and Bernie who burnt a pickle on iCarly.

In "iParty with Victorious" Spencer is seen at the doorway collecting keys from Socko, who is represented in the form of an arm that extends to hand Spencer the keys. Spencer then closes the door so no more of Socko can be seen.

Nevel PappermanEdit

Nevel Amadeus Papperman[14] (Reed Alexander) is one of the most recurring villains in the iCarly series, running the popular review website and tending to have a "posh" personality which includes dressing formally all the time. First appearing in "iNevel", Nevel reveals to have a crush on Carly and initially offered to interview her in order to get close to her, but Carly resisted his romantic advances, eventually retaliating by angrily smearing tapenade on his face after he kissed her. He has since made it his goal to destroy the iCarly gang with complex plans that hide his involvement at first. Despite his intelligence, most of his plans fail with him suffering in some manner. It is revealed in the episode "iGive Away a Car" that his dream is to open his own haberdashery. While absent from season 3 except for archived footage from "iBloop", Nevel returns in the season 4 episode "iPity The Nevel" where he pleas the iCarly gang to restore his reputation after a video of him yelling at a little girl goes viral. They help him, but another video of Nevel losing his temper with a man in a wheelchair goes viral and ruins his image yet again.

Resurfacing in "iHalfoween", the iCarly gang not helping him with the backlash from the second viral video, Nevel exacts revenge by giving Carly and Sam candies that made their voices very deep, and later framed Freddie for it. However, after Freddie was punished, Carly states that she now acknowledges that Nevel's attack on them today was provoked, and after being nice to Nevel and making his two bodyguards disappear, he is finally punished himself. He also appears in the iCarly video game. He makes a guest appearance on Sam and Cat, having been placed in a psychiatric ward by his mom because he got Porcupox. He helps Sam and Cat find their friend Dice who got captured by iCarly's obsessive fan, Nora Dershlit. At the end of the episode, Nevel escapes the psychiatric ward and meets up with Gibby at a restaurant.

In the revival series episode "iRobot Wedding", Nevel sends invitations for Carly, Freddie and Spencer to attend his upcoming robot-themed wedding to Prunella Pitz. It is revealed that it is a ploy to trick Carly into marrying him, but Carly refuses and Prunella professes her love for him. Upon hearing this, Nevel realizes he feels the same way and marries her for real on the spot.


Chuck Chambers[15] (Ryan Ochoa) first made an appearance in "iHurt Lewbert", when playing racquetball in the lobby, which Spencer got him grounded by his father for two days. Later in the episode, when Spencer is out of earshot, he uses the CB radio that Spencer is using to upset two truckers, and gives the truckers the location so that they can come and get Spencer. Since then, Chuck and Spencer became rivals and have clashed on several more occasions, each time ending with Spencer winning and Chuck getting in trouble with his father except in "iFind Lewbert's Lost Love". In "iReunite With Missy," he was grounded once again for trapping Spencer in the basement for two days and getting revenge. He also appears in "iTwins". He has a wide variety of what Spencer describes as "suspicious liquids" such as a substance he squirted Spencer with and a jelly-like goo which he put into Spencer's motorcycle helmet. He makes his on-screen final appearance in "iBeat the Heat", where he comes to the Shays' apartment with his dad and sister, Gia, who Spencer finds attractive. As revealed in "iBattle Chip", Chuck and some of his 8th grade thug buddies' latest prank on Spencer got him sent to military school and so he told his younger brother Chip to fill in as the secondary villain. His sibling appeared in "iBattle Chip".


Guppy Gibson[5] (Ethan Munck) is Gibby's younger brother. He first appears in "iPsycho" when he visits Gibby, who is staying with Spencer and Carly. Guppy later frees the iCarly gang from a recording booth while Gibby distracts Nora (the girl who trapped the iCarly gang). Guppy is played by Noah Munck's real-life brother, Ethan. Like Gibby, Guppy likes taking his shirt off, but unlike Gibby, he rarely talks and is mostly shown speaking into Gibby's ears. In addition to "iPsycho", Guppy also appears in "iSell Penny Tees" when he was on the iCarly webcast, "iDo" when he was riding in his little flame car that is attached to Gibby's bike, and in "iStart A Fan War" in which he, Gibby, and their grandfather are driving to Webicon. His signature phrase (towards Gibby) is, "Happy birthday!"; when Carly, Sam, and Freddie are trapped in Nora's basement in "iPsycho", they make a code and send it to Gibby, in which "every fourth word" is a code phrase. He also appears to have psychological problems; in "iStart A Fan War" he says he "hears voices again". He reappears two seasons later in the episode "iBust a Thief".


Charlotte Gibson[5] (Deena Dill) is Gibby and Guppy's mother. She dates Spencer in "iFix a Pop Star", but he breaks up with her because he thinks she looks too much like her son Gibby, which makes her become aware of his resemblance to Carly. She appears also in "iGo Nuclear" when Sam gives Gibby a wedgie and she needed to give him his new underwear, "iPsycho" when she takes Guppy to visit Gibby at Spencer and Carly's loft, and in "iEnrage Gibby" offering Gibby a snack while he is punching a punching bag.


Maeve (Lyric Lewis) is Harper's cousin who disappeared four years prior to the beginning of the revival series and had been presumed kidnapped. She resurfaces in the episode "iTake a Girl's Trip" to spend time with Harper. However, she meets Spencer and inadvertently upsets Harper by dating him and choosing to move into his apartment while she looks for a place of her own. In "iCan Fix It Myself", Maeve reveals to Spencer that she had faked her own kidnapping: she went into hiding on a cruise ship to escape the unwanted attention from her family's loss of fortune. The two struggle to find a way to tell Harper, and Maeve accidentally tells her believing Spencer had told her the truth. Harper is angered by her betrayal but eventually forgives her. In "iThrow A Flawless Dinner Party", Spencer and Maeve start disagreeing with each other multiple times. They later concur that their relationship has been progressing too quickly as Spencer does not have much experience in long-term relationships and Maeve has severe trust issues stemming from her disappearance and estrangement from her family, so they amicably decide to break up with the option of getting back together in the future.

Ridgeway Junior High SchoolEdit


Principal Ted Franklin[16] (Tim Russ) is the school principal, who is fond of Carly and Freddie. Principal Franklin is sometimes fond of Sam because he loves iCarly. As seen in "iHave My Principals", Principal Franklin has a daughter named Emily who is an iCarly fan. Principal Franklin appears in "iPilot", "iPromise Not To Tell", "iGot Detention", "iOwe You", "iMust Have Locker 239", "iHave My Principals", and his voice was heard in "iSpeed Date" and "iOMG". He makes a return in the season 6 episode "iOpen a Restaurant" where he allows Gibby to keep the restaurant he opened in the old school basement after denying Mr. Howard's request to have it closed. Despite having retired as principal in the revival, he appears in the episode "i'M Scared", to personally deliver Carly and Freddie notes that they had written 15 years ago to their future selves; he is also a guest at Carly's 27th birthday party.

Miss Francine Briggs (Mindy Sterling) is a mean English teacher that Carly and her friends like to tease. She is also one of Spencer's former teachers. She first appeared in "iPilot". It is revealed in the episode "iSpy A Mean Teacher" that she likes to exercise in her swimsuit and she is obsessed with Randy Jackson. She returned in season 3's episode "iHave My Principals" and makes a brief appearance in "iBelieve in Bigfoot". She plays the bagpipes, much to the hatred of the students, and feels that iCarly is bad for the young society. She has a bullhorn, and commonly uses it in the school hallways. Miss Briggs does not return to the series for seasons 4 and 5, but she returns in the season six premiere, "iApril Fools". As mentioned in "iTwins", she and Mr. Howard like to make out in the teacher's lounge in their spare time after school.

Mr. Howard (David St. James) is a mean math teacher and detention moderator with an extremely unpleasant personality. A vindictive, hateful, perpetually angry person that hates practically everything – laughter, children, and even his wife. Everyone at Ridgeway, including Carly and her friends as well as Principal Franklin, dislike him, and the feeling is mutual. In later episodes, however, he has shown some respect towards Carly, Freddie, and Gibby. As mentioned in "iTwins", he and Miss Briggs like to make out in the teacher's lounge in their spare time after school. He appears in "iParty with Victorious", in which he becomes impressed by Steven, Carly's boyfriend, for his high knowledge despite being homeschooled. He also caught Carly and Sam texting in his class. As punishment, he makes them read their text messages. He returns in the episode "iOpen a Restaurant" where he finds out about the secret restaurant Gibby had opened in the old school basement. He convinces Principal Franklin (who is there enjoying himself) to close it down, to which Franklin agrees to do. It is not until Howard leaves the basement that Franklin blind-sides his request and tells Gibby to keep it open.

Mr. Devlin (Adrian Neil) is a British history teacher at Ridgeway Middle School. He is known for being snotty and very strict to his students (according to Freddie), even in his former position as lunchroom monitor where he gave Spencer detention for playing with his fruit. He also despises 3-hole punched paper, as revealed to Carly in the episode "iPromise Not to Tell", when he gives her a "B" on a history paper instead of an "A" because it was written on 3-hole paper. He teaches very fast, and if ever asked to slow down, he says no and keeps talking. He also made an appearance in the episode "iKiss", when he tries to console Freddie on having never been kissed, but ends up embarrassing him in front of the entire school.

Miss Lauren Ackerman (Jessica Makinson) is an emotionally unstable, verbally abusive history teacher at Ridgeway. She appears in the episode "iHave A Lovesick Teacher", where she dates Spencer. While dating Spencer, however, she is kind and giddy, even suggesting that her class go ice skating. She is often possessive, needing to know where Spencer is at all times during the day. When Spencer breaks up with her, she goes back to being mean to the students. She is arrested after Carly, Sam and Freddie get her to admit on iCarly that she illegally downloaded 500 songs from the Internet as a present for Spencer.

Mr. Stern (Joseph Buttler) is a teacher at Ridgeway Middle School. He is very strict and usually seen coming out of the teacher's lounge when there is an emergency. Not much of his personal life is revealed, although in "iSpy A Mean Teacher", it is learned that he went to a rock concert and crowdsurfed (and wore shorts, which according to Carly, teachers should never do). In addition to that episode, he was in "iLike Jake", "iDon't Want to Fight", "iGot Detention", "iMake Sam Girlier", and "iSaved Your Life".

Mr. Henning (Andrew Hill Newman) is a hippie science teacher at Ridgeway Middle School. Spencer once had him as a science teacher, but complained that Henning was like a freaky weirdo and smelled like rotting wood. Henning stresses the importance of being environmentally friendly, but does so in the wrong ways, and as a result, he tends to give the majority of his students poor grades because they were doing what is supposed to be correct, but not correct by his standards (e.g. in "iGo Nuclear", Freddie created a high-tech and expensive composting machine, but he received a "D minus" for polluting the air by importing worms from Portugal). He is later mentioned in "iBeat the Heat".

Superintendent Harold Gorman[17] (Weston Blakesley) is a Superintendent at Ridgeway Middle School and Principal Franklin's boss, and appeared in "iHave My Principals". He has an abnormally low voice, which at first, stunned and impressed Sam. He also appears to have a strong hatred of fun, and fires Franklin simply for appearing on iCarly and playing one of their games, something he feels is below a principal. He rehires Franklin later in the episode.


Missy Robinson[18] (Haley Ramm) was Carly's best friend, because both of their fathers were stationed at the same naval base at Seal Beach when they were 7, before Carly met Sam. In "iReunite with Missy", she returns and constantly tries to get rid of Sam so she can be Carly's best friend again. She gives Sam the address to a piñata factory while she and Carly went on a helicopter ride, and then gives Sam expired chocolates which makes her sick. Missy even fills in for Sam on iCarly that same night. Carly finds out about her plan and ends her friendship with her. Missy left for a six-month sea cruise, which Freddie originally won and then gave to her to end her threat to iCarly. The cruise wasn't glamorous the ocean liner was actually a Cargo Ship and Missy vomited because of seasickness.

Valerie (Carly Bondar) was Freddie's girlfriend in "iWill Date Freddie", but was actually using him as help in creating her own webshow so that it could overshadow iCarly. When Sam and Carly found out about this, Freddie did not believe them, but later talked to Valerie, who revealed the truth. She was able to manipulate people; her actions were evident in attempting to use Sam as well for her webshow, and trying to get Carly to give up her show. At the end of the episode, on her webshow (called The Valerie Show), Valerie was supposed to show her recent trip from Idaho, but the television monitor fell on her head, and she said "I don't know what to do now." She was not seen after that, but was mentioned in "iKiss".

Jeremy (Nathan Pearson) is a sickly boy who is known as "Germy" because he has been constantly sneezing and coughing since first grade. Like Freddie, he is also fascinated with electronics, and was the tech-producer and cameraman for iCarly in "iWill Date Freddie" when Freddie briefly left to be the tech-producer on Valerie's web show. He is seen in the episode "iNevel", restraining and sneezing on Nevel to force him to tell the truth on camera about his negative review on iCarly. Jeremy is then seen in "iDon't Want to Fight", when he buys Peacock feather tissues from Rip-off Rodney. Jeremy is not seen after Season 1.

Wendy (Mary Ann Springer) is one of Carly and the gang's friends on the show. She was seen in "iReunite with Missy", where she told Carly that Freddie gave up a six-month cruise so that Missy would not bother Sam anymore, and in "iDate a Bad Boy", where she came to Carly's home to study. She also appeared in "iTake on Dingo" and "iFight Shelby Marx", as well as the Christmas episode when she claimed that Carly's boyfriend Nevel was looking for her. Wendy is known to gossip about the newest things around the school. She can be seen in the background of Ridgeway when the bell rings.

Wesley (Colin Spencer [Season 1], Victor Kelso [Season 7][19]) is one of Freddie's friends. He is very skilled in beat boxing, which he frequently does, much to other people's annoyance. He helps the iCarly gang in iGot Detention by creating a distraction so that a webcast can continue in the school. Wesley also appears in the episode "iGo Nuclear" of Season 2.

Ripoff Rodney (Christopher David III) is a student at Ridgeway who sells random items at high prices. He was seen selling burritos in "iGot Detention", he sells Jeremy (Germy) a box of tissues made of peacock feathers, and he traded Sam tickets to see Cuttlefish (a fictional band) for the iCarly T-shirt Carly made in "iDon't Want to Fight". He is never seen after "iGot Detention".

Duke Lubberman (Doug Brochu) is an aggressive student in Ridgeway who likes to wrestle. He appeared in "iHatch Chicks" as Freddie's lab partner, and in "iLike Jake", when Freddie got pushed around while Duke and his friend were fighting. He is incredibly strong, as he was shown capable of lifting and moving a refrigerator as well as being able to burst his head though a wall. He also appeared in "iSpy on a Mean Teacher." Duke is never seen after Season 1. However, he returned the 2021 series episode, "i'M Cursed," where he was hired by Spencer to act as a doorman and security guard for Carly's 27th birthday party.

Jocelyn (Cynthia Dallas) is a rude senior who appears in "iMake Sam Girlier". She is seen bullying the students in Ridgeway and torturing them (e.g. holding a younger student by his legs for not saying "bless you" after she sneezed). Later in the episode, she loses a fight against Sam in the Groovy Smoothie.

Jonah (Aaron Albert) was Sam's boyfriend in "iHate Sam's Boyfriend." He was shown to be just as obnoxious and rude as Sam, a personality which made Sam fall in love with him. Sam broke up with Jonah after he tried to kiss Carly. Jonah also ruined Spencer's claymation movie, making him cut it down to only 10 seconds long, when it was originally supposed to be 10 minutes long. Carly and Sam got revenge by wedgie bouncing Jonah on iCarly. He is never seen or mentioned after that.

Jake Krandle (Austin Butler) is Carly's first love interest in "iLike Jake". Almost every other girl in Carly's school has a crush on Jake too. When Carly invites him over to sing on iCarly, the iCarly gang realizes he has a terrible voice. Freddie fixes the problem by digitally altering his voice to make it sound better, and Jake gets back together with his girlfriend the next day. He is never seen nor mentioned after this.

Magic Malika (Skyler Day) only appeared in "iSpeed Date" as a date for Freddie to the Girls' Choice dance. She had a very odd personality, and is a skilled magician.

Pete (Graham Patrick Martin) is Sam's love interest in "iMake Sam Girlier". He praised Sam for being tough and aggressive during her birthday party, which made Sam want to change into a more girlier image. Pete tells her later on that he prefers dating a girl who can kiss well and beat someone up when she needs to, rather than dating a "daffodil." Pete is never seen nor mentioned after this episode.

Shane (James Maslow) was Carly and Sam's crush in "iSaw Him First", who Carly and Sam found very attractive. He fell down an elevator shaft after he tried to storm out of the room after he got tired of Carly and Sam's arguing over him. He was shown to survive with major injuries. He was not seen or mentioned again in the show.

Shannon Mitchell (Annamarie Kenoyer) was Gibby's crush in "iWin a Date". In turn, she had a major crush on Freddie, but Freddie wanted nothing to do with her. She is not seen or mentioned again after this episode.

Shawn (Matthew Moy) is a friend of Carly, Sam, and Freddie who is also part of the Mathletes club with Freddie in "iMeet Fred". He also appeared in "iHave My Principals," "iFight Shelby Marx" and "iBelieve in Bigfoot". He appears to have a crush on Carly in iHave My Principals.

Simon Kendall[20] (Simon Bernal) was a boy who could squirt milk out of his eye. He appeared in "iPilot" and "iCarly Awards".

Rueben (Gary Pease) was Gibby's best friend who had a crush on Sam since he first saw her. He was known for speaking in strange metaphors that only Gibby could understand. Sam did not like him at all and eventually grew tired of him, frustrated with his way of speaking. During their date, Sam shouted a nonsensical metaphor to mock him, saying that she was on a date with "an Australian Eskimo who's got ointment all over his bumbleberry". He then ran away while crying. He only appeared in "iWin a Date".

Minor charactersEdit

Officer Carl (Christopher Michael) is a police officer that appeared in "iWant More Viewers" and "iMove Out". He arrests Spencer in "iWant More Viewers" due to a bright billboard sign that he and Freddie made, which caused a series of automobile accidents. The sign also malfunctioned and spelled out "Pee on Carl", which Officer Carl thought was targeted at him. In "iMove Out," he refuses to arrest pet photographers for vandalizing the iCarly studio because they took pictures of his daughter's bunny for free. He is also revealed to still be mad at Spencer for the "Pee on Carl" incident.

Aspartamay (Jack Black) is Spencer's online video game rival in "iStart a Fan War". He and Spencer come face-to-face at Webicon. At the end of the show, Aspartamay was "killed" by Carly by stealing his jewel revealing that it is his life force. He sings a song before his "death" and falls to the ground.

Pam Puckett (Jane Lynch) is the mother of Sam Puckett and her sister Melanie. Pam appears only in "iSam's Mom". She was frequently mentioned throughout the first three seasons, but had never been seen in person. Whenever Sam mentioned her, it was either something negative, or something disturbing and gross. She is described as "poor", "desperate", and "hostile". Generally, she is indeed hostile to Sam, in which, Sam is hostile in the same manner. It is shown in "iSam's Mom" that she is somewhat desperate since she asks a stranger if he would like to marry her. She likes Melanie more than Sam, seeing the highly noticeable difference between the two. This gets on Sam's nerves when she compares her to Melanie, which causes another argument. She is known for her "frequent dating" (something mentioned by Sam in nearly every episode) and "driving issues", as shown in "iMust Have Locker 239". It is also revealed that she has a love interest for Italian men, as mentioned by Sam in "iGot a Hot Room". At the end of "iSam's Mom", Sam and her mother make up and reconcile their differences. She reappears onscreen in the episode "iShock America" wearing a bikini, but only the lower-half of her body is seen and she has no dialogue.

Krustacia (Irina Voronina) is Spencer's date in the episode "iSell Penny Tees". She is a foreign woman from Uzbekistan. She speaks no English, so Spencer has to use hand motions to communicate with her. At the end of the episode, Gibby invites his Uzbek bus driver named Foogtor to Carly and Spencer's loft to teach Spencer Uzbek. It turns out Foogtor's brother is the one who can translate causing Spencer to yell "well why didn't you ask the brother?". Krustacia and Foogtor walk out of the loft and do not make any further appearances.

Gordon Birch (J. D. Walsh) and Jodi Flooger (Rakefet Abergel) are a couple from Milwaukee, Wisconsin. They only appear in the episode "iDo". Gordon asks Jodi to marry him live on an iCarly episode, Jodi says yes, and Gordon wants to sing Miranda Cosgrove's song "Shakespeare". He tries to sing it both on iCarly and at the wedding but both times, he got nervous and urinated on himself. At the wedding, Carly sings the song for Gordon. Spencer walks in on iCarly when Gordon proposes to Jodi, and she immediately falls in love with Spencer after already telling Gordon she would marry him. Jodi loves the song Gordon wrote for her, so at the end of "iDo" she decides to marry him. At the wedding, Carly and Sam are the bridesmaids, and Freddie is Gordon's best man.

Harper (Leon Thomas III) is the leader of the band that played in "iCarly Saves TV." He played the piano on the TV show and sang a song on guitar on the webshow.

Greg Horvath (Kevin Symons) is the CEO of the DAKA Shoe Company (also mentioned in Drake & Josh) in "iPromote Techfoots". He hires the iCarly children to endorse their new athletic shoe, the Techfoot, on their webshow. After the children discover that the shoes have many defects, they try to get the company to recall their product. Instead, Horvath threatens to sue iCarly for breach of contract. Spencer discovers a loophole in the contract, which requires the iCarly gang to only say "positive" things about the Techfoots. The children then proceed to highlight all the shoe's defects on the show, in a sarcastic but positive matter. Realizing that he has been outsmarted, Horvath is forced to buy out the contract. If he refused, he would be countersued for tricking the children into advertising the faulty shoes.

Mr. Galini was the Italian owner of Galini's Pie Shop, featured in "iPie". He was hospitalized for unknown reasons, and died a few days later. He was 97 years old at the time of his death, and was survived by his granddaughter, Trudy. The iCarly gang went to Mr. Galini's memorial service a few days later, in the hopes of finding his pie recipes, which Trudy had told them was "in his computer," at least according to her grandfather (although Trudy was never able to find them). Spencer and Carly provided a distraction while Sam and Freddie tried to find the recipes in the computer. During an argument, Sam and Freddie wound up knocking over the computer and breaking it. Then, Carly discovered that the pie recipes were hidden, literally, in the computer itself. With the recipes recovered, the pie shop was saved from being closed.

Mario (Jim Pirri) is an Italian immigrant friend of Mr. Galini who works at Galini's pie shop. He told Carly and the gang that Mr. Galini died. His only appearance was in "iPie". Mario had worked at the pie shop as a cashier for twenty years. When Mr. Galini died, he was about to close down the pie shop, until the iCarly trio found the pie recipe. Mario then kept the business operational with Galini's granddaughter Trudy.

Trudy Galini (Wendy Haines) is the granddaughter of Mr. Galini, seen in the episode "iPie". She is very awkward and weird, and seems to lead a depressing life. Her habits include eating packets of sweetener, twirling her hair, and attempting to kiss Spencer, with whom she went out only once. However, Spencer's motive in dating her was only to be able to get Mr. Galini's pie recipe after he had died. She aspires to become an actress, but at the end of the episode, decides to give up that dream to re-open the pie shop and run it.

Shelby Marx (Victoria Justice) appears only in "iFight Shelby Marx". She is the youngest champion in the CFC and becomes a friend of Carly, Sam and Freddie. After Nevel tricks her into believing Carly meant to tackle her grandmother, she, Freddie, Carly, Gibby and Sam get their revenge on him. Victoria Justice later made an appearance in "iParty with Victorious" starring as her Tori Vega character from Victorious. In regards to the Tori character, Sam says to Carly: "She looks like that Shelby Marx chick you fought".

Ginger Fox (Betsy Rue) only appears in "iFix a Popstar". She is a parody of singer Britney Spears. She was once a Pop Music Award-winner but is revealed to have no talent and an awful personality, often throwing forks at people when she is angry. Ginger has a 6-month-old son named Billy, is divorced, and tries to teach her rabbit to do tricks. Ginger fired her director because "he kept telling [her] what to do". The iCarly crew were hired to help her comeback performance at the Pop Music Awards, and despite Ginger having no talent, they were successful, which left the iCarly group shocked as they could not cover up all her performance flaws. She is not seen after this but her songs can be heard in the background of iCarly and Victorious. Her songs are also sung by cast members of both shows.

Shadow Hammer (Aaron Aguilera) is a criminal who appears in "iSam's Mom". He had never been caught on video because he sneaks in before robbing a place and disables the cameras. This changes when Freddie uses his spy glasses and catches him, but when T-Bo and a newscaster talk about what he did, Freddie worries that Shadow Hammer will find him and beat him down. Spencer fixes the problem by changing the sign at his apartment to 8H instead of 8D. At the end of the episode, Shadow Hammer looks for apartment 8D, and leaves when he sees the sign at Freddie's apartment reading 8H.

Chip Chambers (Jacob Bertrand) is the more menacing younger brother of Chuck Chambers. When Chuck was put in military school for snatching Spencer's clothes, Chip took over as Spencer's nemesis. He attacked him with fruit and weapons, hogtied him with an apple in his mouth, and played loud music to ruin the web show annoy the gang while trying to have peace and quiet without Chuck causing trouble. While Chip was preparing for a prank with another boy, Gibby's phaser is thrown by them, overloading in the process. It explodes, causing Chip to get stuck to the wall. Spencer sprays cream on Chip's butt as revenge for his pranks and leaves. Chip only appears in "iBattle Chip".

Mrs. Papperman (Wendy Braun) is Nevel's mother. She is only seen in "iNevel," in which she forced Nevel to remove a bad review he wrote about iCarly. Only her voice is heard in later episodes, including "iRue The Day" and "iFight Shelby Marx".

The Dorfmans (Dalton O'Dell, Shane Partlow, Casey Williams, and Stephanie C. Allen) are Carly's dorky cousins whom she despises due to them being uncontrollably annoying. The family consists of Carly's Uncle Barry, Aunt Tess, and cousins Ozlottis and Faye. Ozlottis wears a cone around his neck because he has a scab on his chin. They only appear in "iFence", where Carly asks Sam to eat with her while they visit from Fresno, California, but as soon as Sam meets them herself, she hates them too. Carly tells her to stay since Spencer is not home yet and she cannot spend two hours with them, but Sam claims it cannot be that bad. Carly was forced to make a green-colored vegetable pudding for them, which tasted horrible to her.

Kyoko and Yuki (Ally Maki and Harry Shum, Jr.) are two Japanese webstars whom iCarly competed against in iGo to Japan. They attempted to ruin iCarly's chances of winning the iWeb Awards by stranding them in the middle of nowhere. Ultimately, iCarly makes it to the awards and retaliates by sabotaging their presentation, winning the awards and revealing their evil plan in the process. As a result, they are arrested for kidnapping Carly, Sam and Freddie.

Mystery Girl is a little girl (Anna Clark) who appears in "iSpace Out". She arrives at Spencer and Carly's apartment while Carly is away at space camp. Spencer thought the girl was a figment of his imagination because he missed Carly so much, but at the end of the episode, Carly could see her too. The girl leaves the apartment at the end. It is unknown what her true name is and why only she appears to Carly and Spencer.

Gunsmoke (Anthony Vitale) is a bodyguard who appears in "iSam's Mom". Mrs. Benson hires him to protect Freddie when she worries about the Shadow Hammer. However, he tends to get overprotective, as shown when he intercepts and interrogates Carly when she enters her apartment. Gunsmoke also constantly attacks Spencer when he comes near Freddie, and breaks Spencer's snow-cone machine, assuming that it had something dangerous in it. He claims to have fought in three wars and is fond of Full House.

Marta Trundel[21] (Kit Pongetti) is Lewbert's former girlfriend. Carly, Sam, and Freddie try to reunite Marta and Lewbert to put an end to Lewbert's attitude in "iFind Lewbert's Lost Love", only to find out that they broke up after 5 weeks of dating because of Marta's obsessiveness and that she is the presumed cause of Lewbert becoming an irritable person.

Wade Collins (Alex Schemmer) is a British-Canadian aspiring singer and a shouter who refers to Americans as "hobknockers". Due to interference by the iCarly gang, he lost the final round of America Sings (parody of American Idol). The group offered to make a music video for him, only to discover he is a surly and egotistical man. He steals the video after it is complete, but the iCarly gang gets revenge by showing everyone what an awful person he is and telling them where he is staying. He is mentioned again in "iFix a Popstar", where it is revealed the music video they made for him was one of the top ten most watched videos of all time.

Doug Toder (Daniel Samonas) is Spencer's old archrival who only appears in "iFence". He challenged Freddie to a fencing competition, only to be beaten by him and Ms. Benson.

Veronica (Valerie Azlynn) was Spencer's date in "iMake Sam Girlier", but their relationship happened only because she liked his tuxedo. She returns in "iEnrage Gibby", to express condolence when she thinks Spencer is dead.

Detective Stuart 'Spanky' Stimbler (Ryan Bollman) is a childhood bully of Spencer who only appears in "iStakeout." His nickname "Spanky" refers to the fact that he likes to spank unsuspecting people as a joke. He has a troublesome son and works for the Seattle Police Department. He and his partner use Carly and Spencer's apartment as a stakeout in an attempt to catch a video pirate. When the investigation was over, Spencer was able to trap Stimbler's son in a plastic transparent tube, and handcuffed Stimbler himself to the couch. Spencer then proceeded to get revenge by spanking Stimbler on the buttocks with one of his brooms much to the enjoyment of his son.

Tasha (Emily Ratajkowski) is Gibby's girlfriend. She had a minor role in "iSpeed Date" and a major role in "iEnrage Gibby". In the latter episode, Gibby temporally breaks up with her after believing that she was cheating on him with Freddie and trying to kiss him, causing him to become enraged and plan to fight Freddie for revenge. After Freddie proves to Gibby that he was not trying to steal his girlfriend and that she had just tripped and fallen on him, Gibby and Tasha reconcile.

Harry Joyner (Oliver Muirhead) is Spencer's favorite sculptor who appears in "iHeart Art." According to Joyner, he has made a sculpture out of every substance known to man, and when he met Spencer for the first time, he was planning to make a human sculpture. When meeting Spencer, he saw many of his pieces, and made negative comments. Spencer was heartbroken and considered giving up art. Carly went to Joyner and demanded he apologize to her brother. At first, he declined, but when Carly points out how Spencer became depressed with Harry's negative criticism of his art, Harry feels guilty and decides to go tell Spencer the real reason that he made the remarks; he was jealous of Spencer's sculptures because he felt they were better than anything that he "has done in a real long time". The two artists made amends and started to make a sculpture of a jaw for a local dentist. He is not mentioned in any other episodes.

Amber Tate (Rachel G. Fox) is a spoiled child actress that appears in "iCarly Saves TV", in which she is rude to the iCarly gang. She has a small dog who vomits on Freddie.

Granddad Shay (Greg Mullavey) is a lawyer and Carly and Spencer's paternal grandfather who lives in Yakima, Washington. In "iWanna Stay With Spencer", he attempted to take custody of Carly because he thought Spencer was too irresponsible to be her guardian. In the end, he allowed Carly to stay with Spencer after realizing he was responsible. He loves to exercise and can do a handstand while walking. In "iWant a World Record", he appears for a few seconds on the web show, and is mentioned several times in the show. He reappears in the episode, "iHire An Idiot".

Col. Steven Shay (David Chisum) is Carly and Spencer's father who is a Colonel in the United States Air Force. He has appeared in a few episodes, but has mostly been stationed on a base in Italy. In the final episode, Carly left Seattle to stay with him in Italy.

Amanda "Mandy" Valdez[22] (Aria Wallace) is an obsessed fan of iCarly and only appears in "iAm Your Biggest Fan" and "iWant My Website Back". She is loud and outgoing, and is considered insane and annoying by the iCarly gang. She has an awkward habit of wearing duck masks and making loud quacking sounds in people's faces. It appears she switches fandoms very quickly, going from iCarly to the band Spencer was in, claiming to be their biggest fan. She is gullible, as shown in "iWant My Website Back" when she accidentally gives away the iCarly site to Nevel.

Nora Dershlit[23] (Danielle Morrow) is a psychotic and lonely social outcast who is a crazy fan of iCarly and has no friends except for her chicken Maurice and her equally psychotic parents leaving her to her own devices. She first appears in "iPsycho" (season 3), where she kidnaps Carly, Sam, and Freddie after they helped her become popular with the children at her school. After a lengthy fight with Gibby while his brother frees the iCarly gang, Nora is knocked out by Sam pressing a pressure point in her shoulder (the fictional Vulcan nerve pinch) and is arrested soon after. Nora returns two seasons later in the sequel, "iStill Psycho", having been paroled from the past incident and seemingly a normal person now. However, it was a ruse to trap the iCarly gang, with her parents helping her take Spencer hostage so they can endlessly repeat her 16th birthday party. However, Mrs. Benson and T-Bo came to the rescue with Nora again arrested for her parole violation, along with her parents as co-conspirators. She reappears in an episode of Sam & Cat, called #SuperPsycho where she kidnapped Dice and held him hostage in a wishing well and kidnapped Cat as well.

Griffin (Drew Roy) is a bad boy that Carly dates in "iDate a Bad Boy". Griffin steals Spencer's motorcycle and Spencer takes him under his wing. Carly is not comfortable with Griffin hanging around the loft until she falls for him, of which Spencer does not approve. At the middle of the episode, Carly and Griffin argue, but it is revealed that it was just a trick to get Spencer to think she is over him. They officially break up at the end of the episode after Carly and Sam make fun of his obsession with a series of plush toys called "Pee Wee Babies" and he overhears them. He returns in "iBeat the Heat", where he tries to kiss Carly and comes to the Shays' air-conditioned loft because his Pee Wee Babies cannot be in extreme hot or cold air or they will become misshapen. He reappears in the revival episode "iMLM", where after a stint in prison and bankruptcy, he tricks Carly into participating in a multi-level marketing scheme involving a new supplement named "Sand", which results in her, Freddie and Spencer becoming addicted to it and Freddie impulsively quitting his job to focus on selling the products. When Harper discovers that "Sand" is just relabeled fish food, she reveals this information during an iCarly webcast, before aggressively coercing Griffin to leave.

Sasha Striker (Lorena York) is the world's best Pak-Rat (parody of Pac-Man) player who appeared in "iStage an Intervention". When Spencer becomes obsessed with Pak-Rat (not wanting to stop playing until he defeats her record), the iCarly gang track her down via their web-show. She is considered beautiful by the reporters who are covering Spencer's attempt to beat her score. After Spencer defeats her, they flirt briefly, and she is never seen in the series again.

Jackson Colt (Terrell Lee) is a top 10 MMA fighter and appears only in "iLook Alike". He has a son named Kevin Colt who introduced him to the iCarly gang. Although Jackson Colt is kindhearted, he is very sensitive when he does not get what he wants, and occasionally becomes unexpectedly violent. He is a fan of Carly's comedy on the show, especially '"Random Dancing".

Hazel (Sherry Weston) is an elderly woman that Gibby met while riding down the street on his bike in "iDo". Once he sees her, he asks her if she can help him retrieve a five-dollar bill that he spotted in a tree. She accepts the offer, but only after Gibby promises her they will go get coffee afterwards. She helps him get the bill by letting him get on her shoulders. After retrieving the bill, she falls down and Gibby drives off and forgets about her. She is last seen on the ground mumbling "Are we still going to get coffee?".

Cal (Jake Siegel) was Carly's assistant in "iGo Nuclear". He was helping her with a school science project for her teacher, Mr. Henning. Cal was actually a criminal because he built illegal nuclear projects using black market uranium. His criminal history is revealed at the end of the episode.

Mitch (Danny Woodburn) appears in "iChristmas." He is the guardian angel who granted Carly's wish for Spencer to become normal. When this affects her entire life, however, she soon regrets it and wants everything changed back. Having learned her lesson, Mitch returns Carly's life to normal. In the end, Carly sees a vision of Mitch earning his "wings" (in this case, a bucket of chicken wings).

Melanie Puckett (Jennette McCurdy) is Sam's identical twin sister who appears in "iTwins". According to Sam, she is a straight "A" student, follows all the rules, and goes to a fancy boarding school in Blandale, Vermont. Sam has a strong dislike of Melanie, who is the complete opposite of her. Melanie has a crush on Freddie, much to Sam's dismay. Freddie, however, does not believe Melanie is real and thinks that Sam is just pretending to be her, so he asks Melanie out on a date. Due to his beliefs no matter what anybody says, Sam and Carly eventually agree with Freddie, but Sam and Melanie are then seen in the loft elevator together after he leaves. She is mentioned again in "iThink They Kissed", when Freddie recalls their kiss, revealing that he might be accepting that she is real but is still unsure. In "iSam's Mom", during an argument, Pam asks Sam why she cannot be more like Melanie. She appears again in the Sam & Cat episode "#Twinfection", as part of a plan to help Sam trick her roommate Cat Valentine in a payback twin prank.

Fleck and Dave (Daven Wilson and Joey Luthman) are two teenage boys who cohost a web show, and appear in "iQuit iCarly." The two are good friends, but have very differing opinions, such as the personalities of Carly and Sam. Fleck believes that comedy is more important than safety, like Sam, and Dave is responsible and takes care of everything, like Carly. Their friendship is threatened when Fleck paints Dave's father's car purple for a bit in one of their shows featuring the iCarly gang. An argument breaks out which results in Fleck and Dave separating. Carly and Sam try to patch the problem, but Fleck and Dave both make Sam and Carly think about how the two treat one another. This results in the separation of Carly and Sam. When Spencer helps Sam save Carly's life, they all become friends again. In the end, the webshow hosts, along with Freddie, make a trailer for a fake movie called "The Blowing."

Cort and Ashley (Daniel Booko and Teresa Castillo) are two teenagers hired as interns in the episode "iHire An Idiot". Cort was hired by Carly and Sam without Freddie's approval. Ashley was another intern hired by Freddie without Carly or Sam's permission, and this leads to Carly and Sam trying to get him to fire Ashley. Freddie proclaims that Carly and Sam have to fire Cort first and then he will fire Ashley, but this does not happen until the end of the episode. At the end, it is revealed that Cort was kicked out of college because he was claimed to be dangerously stupid. It is also revealed that, unlike Cort, Ashley is actually intelligent and works at the Brilliance Bar at the local Pear Computers store (Freddie makes her act stupid to trick Carly and Sam into firing Cort). Cort is later mentioned in "iOMG". It is implied that Cort and Ashley dated after the end of "iHire an Idiot".

Steven Carson (Cameron Stewart) is Carly and Tori's ex-boyfriend on "iParty with Victorious." Carly searches Steven's name, and after she sees a picture of him with his arm around another girl (Tori Vega), Carly, Sam, Freddie, Gibby, and Spencer go to Kenan Thompson's party to find out if Steven is cheating. In disguise, Carly sees Steven give Tori a charm bracelet and says "It's one of a kind, just like you," then kisses her which is exactly what he did with Carly. After the iCarly gang take off their disguises, Carly explains the situation to Tori, and they agree to get revenge. When Steven walks into the closet where he and Tori are supposed to have their 100-day kiss, he is surprised to find Kenan Thompson who blows a loud horn in his ear. Meanwhile, Carly, and Tori are doing a live iCarly webcast and announce that Steven is a cheater.

Goopy Gilbert (Jeremy Dozier) is an extreme Seddie fan best known for shouting "SEDDIE!" He is first seen in "iStart a Fanwar" as a Seddier in the crowd. In "iLost My Mind", he is the second videochatter debating whether or not Sam and Freddie should be together. He loves spaghetti and his bedroom is decorated with pictures of Sam and Freddie.

Rex Powers from Victorious appeared in two episodes of iCarly, "iBloop 2 Electric Bloopoo", and "iApril Fools", as well as the crossover episode "iParty with Victorious".

Porkchop and Sledgehammer are two truck drivers who appear in "iHurt Lewbert". Spencer is seen talking to them on a CB Radio, while filling in for Lewbert. However, Spencer upsets and angers them repeatedly and they threaten to find him. When Spencer leaves the room momentarily, Chuck Chambers, seeking revenge on Spencer for getting him grounded, grabs the radio and gives them the location. However a few days later, Lewbert takes his job back and the truckers enter the building. Mistaking Lewbert for Spencer, the furious truckers beat him up.

Guest appearancesEdit

Role Played By Season Episode Date
Director[24] Adam Weissman 1 2: iWant More Viewers; 5: iWanna Stay With Spencer Sept. 8, 2007; Sept. 29, 2007
Jake[24] Austin Butler 1 4: iLike Jake Sept. 22, 2007
Director[24] Steve Hoefer 1 6: iNevel; 8: iSpy a Mean Teacher Oct. 6, 2007; Oct. 27, 2007
Valerie[24] Carly Bondar 1 9: iWill Date Freddie Nov. 3, 2007
as Themselves[24] Plain White T's 1 11: iRue the Day Dec. 1, 2007
Director[24] David Kendall 1 21: iMight Switch Schools Apr. 26, 2008
Shane[25] James Maslow 2 1: iSaw Him First Sept. 27, 2008
as Themselves[25] Good Charlotte 2 5-7: iGo To Japan Nov. 8, 2008
as Himself[25] David Archuleta 2 12: iRocked the Vote Feb. 7, 2009
as Himself/Fred Figglehorn Lucas Cruikshank 2 13: iMeet Fred Feb. 16, 2009
Chuck Chambers[25] Ryan Ochoa 2 23: iTwins July 11, 2009
Shelby Marx[25] Victoria Justice 2 24-25: iFight Shelby Marx Aug. 8, 2009
Superintendent Gorman[25] Weston Blakesely 3 5: iHave My Principals Oct. 17, 2009
Pam Puckett[25] Jane Lynch 4 2: iSam's Mom Sept. 11, 2010
Aspartamay[25] Jack Black 4 6: iStart a Fan War Nov. 19, 2010
Tori Vega Victoria Justice 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun, 11, 2011
Robbie Shapiro Matt Bennett 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun 11, 2011
Andre Harris Leon Thomas III 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun 11, 2011
Cat Valentine Ariana Grande 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun 11, 2011
Trina Vega Daniella Monet 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun 11, 2011
Jade West Elizabeth Gillies 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun 11, 2011
Beck Oliver Avan Jogia 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun 11, 2011
Himself Kenan Thompson 4 11-13: iParty with Victorious Jun 11, 2011
Caleb Jim Parsons 5 1: iLost My Mind Aug. 13, 2011
Secret Service Agent Dan Schneider 5 10: iMeet The First Lady Jan. 16, 2012
As Herself Michelle Obama 5 10: iMeet The First Lady Jan. 16, 2012
Secret Service Agent Taran Killam 5 10: iMeet The First Lady Jan. 16, 2012
As Themselves One Direction 6 2: iGo One Direction Apr. 7, 2012
Himself Jimmy Fallon 6 7: iShock America Oct. 6, 2012
Heather Emma Stone 6 9: iFind Spencer Friends Oct. 20, 2012
Colonel Steven Shay David Chisum 6 13: iGoodbye Nov. 23, 2012


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  2. ^ iCarly to Reveal SAM'S MOM!!! (DanWarp; Thursday July 1, 2010)
  3. ^ Fredward - Freddie Benson has been called "Fredward" by his mother on random occasions.
  4. ^ Cornelius - Gibby's middle name was revealed to be "Cornelius" in the episode iWin a Date.
  5. ^ a b c Gibson - In a scene at Gibby's house in the episode iSpeed Date Gibby's surname was posted on the mailbox at the front door as "The Gibsons." Charlotte is Gibby's mother so presumption is that she's going to share the surname "Gibson." The same goes for Guppy.
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  12. ^ Sline - Lewbert the Doorman's last name was revealed to be "Sline" in the episode iFind Lewbert's Lost Love.
  13. ^ Terrence - T-Bo used his first name, Terrence, in the episode "iQ", where he used it when he tried to impress Freddie's mother in order to rent a room in the Benson apartment.
  14. ^ Amadeus - Nevel Papperman mentioned his middle name as "Amadeus" in the episode iPity the Nevel.
  15. ^ Chambers - Chuck's surname is "Chambers." Chris Harper, who played as his father is credited as "Mr. Chambers," and in some episodes Jerry Trainor's character has called him that by name.
  16. ^ Ted - Principal Frankin's name is Ted. Tim Russ's character has called himself that it is also included on a sign on his desk.
  17. ^ Harold - Superintendent Gorman was called "Harold" by Francine Briggs (Mindy Sterling) during one scene in the episode iHave My Principles.
  18. ^ Robinson - Missy's last name was mentioned as "Robinson" in the episode iReunite with Missy by both Miranda Cosgrove and David St. James' characters.
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  20. ^ Kendall - Simon's surname was mentioned as "Kendall" in both the Pilot episode and the episode iCarly Awards.
  21. ^ Trundel - Marta's last name was mentioned as Trundel in the episode iFind Lewbert's Lost Love.
  22. ^ Amanda - "Mandy" Valdez is short for "Amanda" and her correct name was mentioned in iWant My Website Back.
  23. ^ Dershlitt - Nora Dershlitt mentioned her surname in the episode iPsycho.
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