Angelica Charlotte Pickles

First Appearance

Tommy's First Birthday


2 1/2-4 (Rugrats)
13 (All Grown Up)


Drew Pickles (father), Charlotte Pickles (mother), Tommy and Dil Pickles (cousins), Stu Pickles (uncle), Didi Pickles (aunt), Lou Pickles (Paternal grandfather), Trixie Pickles (paternal grandmother†), Lulu Pickles (paternal step-grandmother), Boris Kropotkin, Minka Kropotkin


Susie Carmichael (sometimes), Phil and Lil Deville (once), Samantha Shane (half the time)

Voiced by

Cheryl Chase


She's tempestuous, she's three. Tommy and Dil's nauseatingly adorable and unbearably beautiful cousin Angelica Charlotte Pickles is a Rugrats alumna who can talk both to adults and babies. She manipulates her parents, shows off for strangers -- and when she comes to play, the Rugrats run for cover. "You dumb babies" she bellows as she bullies them into playing by her rules. "You don't know anything" she screams as she terrorizes them with "true" stories from her imagination. Beneath her cold, hard exterior beats the heart of a true spoiled brat despite her cuteness and beauty. As seen in many episodes, she isn't mean, she just wants attention and everyone to play by her rules and growing up is very hard for her. Throughout Rugrats she's shown some signs of no friends, having only the babies to play with because everyone thinks she's "mean", even Tommy her cousin does. She's actully nice and really just wants her parents to spend more time with her.

All Grown Up!Edit

Despite becoming more mature and more beautiful, She still has a bad temper, even as a preteen, but isn't that mean anymore. Now she doesn't want people to play by her rules, even letting her best friend Samantha Shane boss her around. She still isn't as close to her parents, until she gets a bit closer to her mother in the All Grown Up! episode Lost at Sea. Now she tries to go to preteen concerts, not even asking for her parents permission. She lies to her teacher, and when she got a D on a report she didn't do, or practice, she begged the teacher after class to move her grade up to a B.