Character Guides Hazbin Hotel: Cast, Characters & General Information (with Spoilers)

Hazbin Hotel: Cast, Characters & General Information (with Spoilers)

A show/ character guide for Hazbin Hotel featuring who plays who, character descriptions, storylines, general information, and more.

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General Information About Hazbin Hotel

Network
YouTube
Creator(s)Vivienne Medrano
Air Date10/28/2019 – Present
Genre(s)Animation, Dark Comedy, Horror
StatusActive

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Official website

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Notable Locations

Happy Hotel

The location where Charlie plans to rehabilitate demons so that rather than possibly die during the yearly cleanse, they can ascend to heaven.

666 News

The news station where Katie Killjoy and Tom Trench broadcast that delivers news throughout hell’s pentacle.

Terms To Know

The Cleanse

A yearly event in which demons kill one another to deal with the issue of hell’s overpopulation.

Charlie (Talking: Jill Harris | Singing: Elsie Lovelock)

Charlie (Jill Harris and Elsi Lovelock) smiling big and bright.
Charlie (Jill Harris and Elsi Lovelock)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

The princess of hell, who was also born in hell and has a disposition similar to a Disney Princess. Her goal in the series is to make it so that demons have a chance at redemption rather than stay in hell, fight over limited resources, and possibly die during the yearly cleanse.

Additional Information About Charlie

 

Angel Dust (Michael Kovach)

Angel Dust (Michael Kovach) talking to a john.
Angel Dust (Michael Kovach)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

A former gay porn star, Angel Dust is one of Charlie’s first clients who is supposed to try to seek redemption, but, in truth, Angel is more so just looking for a place to stay. Which, with Charlie being the daughter of the lord over hell, makes staying with her a rather safe option.

Additional Information About Angel Dust

 

Maggie (Monica Franco)

Maggie (Monica Franco) mad at Angel Dust.
Maggie (Monica Franco)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

Charlie’s best friend, who, based on a taco comment from Angel Dust, and how she reacts, appears to be Latinx. Also, she helps run Happy Hotel and seems to have a thing for Charlie.

Additional Information About Maggie

 

Alistair aka The Radio Demon (Talking: Edward Bosco | Singing: Gabriel C. Brown)

A close up on Alistair's (Edward Bosco and Gabriel C. Brown) face
Alistair (Edward Bosco and Gabriel C. Brown)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

Known as one of the most powerful demons around, it is said he is one of the youngest who can be considered on the level of an overlord since he toppled many who have been around for centuries. This makes him wanting to help Charlie, seemingly due to boredom, both intriguing and dangerous.

Additional Information About Alistair

  • Due to some comments Alistair makes, and it not being clear how time passes in hell, one could assume he was human around the time of the Stock Market Crash of 1929, which would explain his radio voice, and he could be southern. That theory comes from him noting his mother would make jambalaya, which is a traditional southern dish.

 

Serpentis (Joe Gran)

Serpentis (Joe Gran) talking to Cherry Bomb and Angel Dust.
Serpentis (Joe Gran)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

A snake demon who is trying to grab land away after the latest cleanse and finds himself in conflict with Cherry Bomb and Allistair in the process.

Additional Information About Serpentis

  • His minions are all eggs but, despite snakes birthing eggs, it seems the eggs aren’t his nor might be snake eggs.

 

Katie Killjoy (Faye Mata)

Katie Killjoy (Faye Mata) at her job.
Katie Killjoy (Faye Mata)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

A news anchor on 666 News whose partly cheery nature is a guise.

Additional Information About Katie Killjoy

 

Tom Trench (Joshua Tomar)

Tom Trench (Joshua Tomar) seeming unimpressed.
Tom Trench (Joshua Tomar)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

Katie Killjoy’s partner, on the news, who shows himself to be a bit of a pervert.

Additional Information About Tom Trench

 

Cherry Bomb (Krystal La Porte)

Cherry Bomb (Krystal La Porte) defending her territory.
Cherry Bomb (Krystal La Porte)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

One of Angel Dust’s friends who owns a notable amount of territory and calls Angel to help her defend it from Serpentis.

Additional Information About Cherry Bomb

 

Oscar (Mick Lauer)

Oscar (Mick Lauer) mad at Alistair.
Oscar (Mick Lauer)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

A demon who likes to drink and is called to work at the Happy Hotel by Alistair.

Additional Information About Oscar

 

Nifty (Michelle Marie)

Nifty (Michelle Marie) cleaning the Happy Hotel.
Nifty (Michelle Marie)

Character Introduction

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Pilot”

A demon who Alistair brings in to help keep the Happy Hotel clean.

Additional Information About Nifty

 

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