Date Of Birth:
13 (season one)
14 (season two)
Hair and Eye Color
She currently attends Millard Fillmore Middle School.
BackgroundTrixie is a girl living in New York City. Her best friends are Jake Long and Spud. She is Jake's best bud, and only female friend. She is fully New York. Carter currently attends Millard Fillmore Middle School. Trixie loves helping Jake protect the magical community.
She is sassy, vivacious, and somewhat of a tomboyish character. Although initially annoyed at Jake for how long he kept his secret from her, she loves helping to protect the magical community. She is supportive of both Jake and Spud, but for a while, she has shown a dislike and distrust toward Rose and was a bit unsupportive of Jake's feelings for her, but soon started to accept their relationship. She even comforted Jake when the two of them broke up during the school's Valentine's Day field trip event. After Rose nearly sacrificed herself to save Jake and every magical creature in the world, she tried to help Jake to move on.
She is also a trustworthy friend because even though Jake's grandfather did not initially trust her and Spud, they kept Jake's dragon secret.
She can be very rude and inconsiderate because she threw away her longtime friendship with Spud and Jake just to be with the "cool" girls and have girl talk with the cheer squad. But in the end, she saves both of her friends and proves to be considerably loyal. She is very similar in character to Brandy Harrington
Trixie is an African-American teenager. Usually, she wears immodest and fashionable clothing exposing her midriff. She wore a short blue t-shirt with short sleeves with a drawing across her chest, drawing resembеd a red butterfly, exposing half tummy, green jeans, and sneakers.
Later, she changed her image beyond recognition. She lost a lot of weight, became taller height, removed excess fat, became skinny and physically weak, made flat belly, she grew boobs, her hands are thin and weak, she became sexier and began to wear warmer but lighter clothes. Her outfit included a short dark blue hoodie with a sprint in the form of a puppy’s muzzle, which is located just above the mid-belly. Under the hoodie, she wore а short warm blue turtleneck with a long sleeve, which was longer than a hoodie, but you also clearly see half of her midriff.
Trixie's presumably an only child and her immediate family consists of herself, her mom, her dad and her grandmother (never confirmed in maternal or paternal). Trixie's dad is a fighter pilot for the United States Air Force while her mother works for an airline (either as an attendant or a pilot). Since Trixie's parents are often away for long periods of time (more so in her dad's case), Trixie's grandmother appears to be her primary caregiver/parental figure.
Trixie's family appears to be relatively wealthy (or, at the very least, financially well-off), because Mrs. Carter often buys her daughter designer clothing whenever she goes out-of-town (such as to foreign countries). However, Trixie doesn't normally wear the clothes, as they aren't her usual style..
Talents, Interests, and Abilities
Trixie has great talent in cheerleading, and acrobatics, although her fiasco with the Millard Fillmore Middle School cheer squad has turned her off from using them. She enjoys skateboarding and hanging out with her friends. She also has a big interest in money, as well as great interests in biology and aspires to become "Doctor Trixie Carter". She is also able to hold her bladder for a long time as seen in a camping episode where she holds it a whole weekend. She loves to show the navel and does it often.
She also once accidentally flirts and dated with this one boy at a video game convention who she doesn't know and who is wearing a costume so she doesn't know who he is, thinking he was someone her age. She totally freaked out when she found out the truth about him. He turns up to be around 8 years, his height was boosted up by the help of his bulky costume, and the little brother of Kyle Wilkins.
- Old School Training (first appearance)
- Dragon Breath
- The Talented Mr. Long
- The Legend of Dragon Tooth
- Act 4, Scene 15
- Professor Rotwood's Thesis
- The Egg
- The Heist
- Body Guard Duty
- The Ski Trip
- The Long Weekend
- Jake Takes the Cake (cameo)
- Hong Kong Nights
- Halloween Bash
- Flight of the Unicorn
- Keeping Shop
- Ring Around the Dragon
- The Hunted
- Bring It On
- Half Baked
- The Academy
- The Doppelganger Gang
- Something Fishy This Way Comes
- Family Business
- A Befuddled Mind
- Fool's Gold
- Feeding Frenzy (cameo)
- Haley Gone Wild
- Supernatural Tuesday
- The Rotwood Files
- Hairy Christmas
- The Love Cruise
- Young at Heart
- Siren Says
- Shaggy Frog
- Nobody's Fu
- Magic Enemy #1
- A Ghost Story
- Bite Father, Bite Son
- Game On
- Furious Jealousy
- Being Human
- The Hong Kong Longs
- "Ain't no thang, but a Chicken wang…"
- "Yo Jakie!"
- "Trixie, on the Ones and Twos!"
- "Kyle Wilkins! THE Kyle Wilkins! Boy, he's so fine! Like lemon lime in the summertime! Mm!"
- "Mama Trixie"
- (to Lilo Pelekai) "That's my girl."
(Trixie in Morpholomew)
- "I don't learn from my mistakes because I don't make any mistakes. So I learn from Jake's instead."
- "So,what up you in or are you in"?
- In the Season One intro, Trixie plays the electric guitar in Jake's imaginary band.
- Her hair style is very similar to that of Holly from Phineas and Ferb, also a girl.
- She uses the word "baby" a lot.
- Trixie bears a close resemblance to, and shares last name with, Cleo Carter from Tutenstein, which is believed to also be set in (or around) New York.
- Trixie was created by Eddie Guzelian and Matt Negrete.
- However, she shares similarities with Jamal Johnson, an African-American character created by Jeff Goode who was meant to be Jake's male best friend.
- Trixie helps Missing and Exploited Children. On her character profile in Jeff Goode's website is a link to an unavailable game called ID the Creep, an online game meant to have educated young teenagers of how to identity potential perverts through mock emails, instant messages, and chat rooms.
- ↑ http://www.behindthevoiceactors.com/characters/American-Dragon/Trixie-Carter/
- ↑ http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1754167/?ref_=tt_cl_t7
- ↑ Young at Heart
- ↑ http://www.jeffgoode.com/tv/americandragon/characters/trixie.htm
- ↑ http://www.imdb.com/character/ch0070640/
- ↑ Being Human
- ↑ a b The Love Cruise
- ↑ Homecoming
- ↑ Professor Rotwood's Thesis
- ↑ a b c Bring It On
- ↑ Hairy Christmas
- ↑ Dreamscape
- ↑ A Ghost Story
- ↑ Camp Mugwomp
- ↑ Haley Gone Wild
- ↑ Nitasha Tiku. ID the Creep. (03-28-2007) Retrieved October 19, 2014.