List of The Fairly Odd Parents Characters

That is a list of characters in the Nickelodeon animated series The Fairly OddParents.

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... Vicky And Tootie's Parents (voiced by Jim Ward and Tara Strong) are the unnamed parents of Vicky and Tootie, who first appeared in "Channel Chasers" ... AJ's Parents (voiced by Kevin Michael Richardson and Daisy Carson) have appeared in several episodes, notably "Information Stupor Highway" and "Sleepover and Over" for his mother and ... In the episode "The Odd Couple" her real name Dolores Day is revealed ...

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