Character Guides Netflix’s Trinkets: Cast, Characters & Descriptions (with Spoilers)

Netflix’s Trinkets: Cast, Characters & Descriptions (with Spoilers)

A character guide for Netflix’s Trinkets featuring cast members names, character descriptions, and noteworthy information.

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Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand)

Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand) smiling towards Tabitha.
Elodie (Brianna Hildebrand)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Elodie, raised in Albuquerque, New Mexico finds herself in Portland, Oregon after her mom dies. Thankfully, it is with her dad, but with them not being close, it is an uncomfortable situation for her. But, at the very least, her stepmom and brother aren’t making an already bad situation worse – she is. How? Well, since her mom went into the hospital, she picked up a habit of stealing. It began as an accident, just taking a thing of Starburst without paying, and developed into a habit. One which she justifies as her taking back from a world which took her mother from her.

Additional Information About Elodie

  • It’s revealed in season 1, episode 2, that Elodie has an interest in girls. Specifically, a friend from New Mexico named Zoey. Someone who may not have known about Elodie’s feelings.
  • Address: 1380 Lake Forest Drive, Lake Oswego, Oregon 97038
  • Has a collection of many of the things she stole hidden under her bed. Especially trinkets and jewelry.
  • Is 16 years old.
  • Blames herself for her mother’s death since her mom died picking her up from a party early.

Doug (Larry Sullivan)

Doug (Larry Sullivan) talking to Elodie.
Doug (Larry Sullivan)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Elodie’s dad who means well, but while Elodie’s mom was alive, he clearly wasn’t an active member of her life. He checked in, had her come for the sporadic holiday, but he definitely was not the most attentive father.

Additional Information About Doug

  • Divorced Mara when Elodie was 6 and moved to the Portland area due to a job offer.

Spencer (Parker Hall)

Spencer (Parker Hall) and Jenna during breakfast.
Spencer (Parker Hall) and Jenna

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Elodie’s 8-year-old brother who is your average kid. He’s someone who likes cartoons, science stuff, and seems to desire a relationship with Elodie.

Additional Information About Spencer

Jenna (Dana Green)

Doug and Jenna (Dana Green) confronting Elodie for sneaking out.
Doug and Jenna (Dana Green)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Elodie’s stepmom, what we learn in the pilot is that she is into fitness and has pushed Doug into more fitness.

Additional Information About Jenna

Rachelle (Haley Tju)

Rachelle (Haley Tju) doing a promposal.
Rachelle (Haley Tju)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Someone who made it appear she was interested in being friends with Elodie, but really she was just pushed to by her dad. So, her character description is that she is trash since she decides to reveal that openly.

Additional Information About Rachelle

  • To attract a boy she likes, she dumbs herself down. However, she struggles doing so since she is smarter than the boy.

Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell)

Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell) giving a side eye.
Tabitha (Quintessa Swindell)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Coming from a well to do family, it seems Tabitha might be set for life. Add in an attractive boyfriend as well, and you may think she has not a worry in the world. However, there is more to her than the visual she puts out there. The question is, who is willing to look beyond the surface?

Additional Information About Tabitha

  • Tabitha dated Brady for two years before they broke up and it seems, more often than not, she has been in a relationship since 9th grade.

Moe (Kiana Madeira)

Moe (Kiana Madeira) sitting at a diner.
Moe (Kiana Madeira)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Moe is a bit of a mystery. Outside of formerly being friends with Tabitha, a love of stealing, and having a secret relationship with Noah, Moe doesn’t reveal much of herself to us at first.

Additional Information About Moe

  • Despite the general appearance of her not caring about most things in life, that is but a ruse. As learned in season 1, episode 2, Moe is a big reader, into STEM, loves her often absent mom, and there is so much more to her than she often allows people to know.
  • Father, Danny Traux, is currently in Two Rivers prison.
  • Her brother’s name is Ben and seems to, like her, know a lot of people.
  • Previous to meeting the girls, Moe didn’t shoplift before. In fact, the reason she is in Shoplifters Anonymous was because she took the hit for one of her brother’s friends. She just decided, after her time was up, to stay because it was therapeutic.
  • She has an uncle named Carl.

Brady (Brandon Butler)

Brady (Brandon Butler) with Tabitha in the school lunch room.
Brady (Brandon Butler)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Tabitha’s boyfriend, who is aggressive with her to the point of being abusive and controlling.

Additional Information About Brady

  • Before breaking up, Tabitha and Brady were together for 2 years.
  • He likes to park in handicap spots.
  • Badly wants to get into Stanford.

Noah (Odiseas Georgiadis)

Noah (Odiseas Georgiadis) in the school lunchroom.
Noah (Odiseas Georgiadis)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 1 “Mirror Faces”

Noah is Moe’s friend with benefits who she doesn’t date, doesn’t attempt to be seen with publicly, but they have an understanding which seems beyond just being f-buddies.

Additional Information About Noah

  • Is a soccer player and one of Brady’s teammates.

Luca (Henry Zaga)

Luca (Henry Zaga) talking to Tabitha.
Luca (Henry Zaga)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 2 “Paper Tigers”

Like Elodie, Tabitha, and Moe, he has a problem with stealing. However, unlike the rest of them, he is an adult, with a job, and it seems the consequences could be much more for him.

Additional Information About Luca

  • He is a bartender at the Paper Tiger.
  • Based off how Luca talks in Season 1, Episode 6, it doesn’t seem like he is from the Portland area.
  • Used to be consumed by Sabine, perhaps in love with her, but then he realized he couldn’t love her anymore.

AJ (Jacob Skidmore)

AJ (Jacob Skidmore) making his way to the school's soccer game.
AJ (Jacob Skidmore)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 3 “P*ssy Palace”

Not much is known about AJ. From what we see, it’s clear he is very flamboyant and one could assume he is queer but that is not confirmed. Also, we learn from him he isn’t as new as Elodie but is familiar with that feeling for it isn’t like he grew up in Portland. Now, whether he will end up a friend of Elodie after his introductory episode? That remains to be seen.

Additional Information About AJ

Whit (Linden Ashby)

Writ (Linden Ashby) at Tabitha's birthday.
Writ (Linden Ashby)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 3 “P*ssy Palace”

Whit is Tabitha’s dad who went to Stanford and that is the source to many of his connections, for he also pledged to a fraternity. As for what his day job is? Well, the only thing that is clear is that he is making enough for a rather large house in a Portland suburb.

Additional Information About Whit

  • While we don’t have specifics, it is assumed Whit is in the banking industry.

Lori (Joy Bryant)

Lori (Joy Bryant) smiling at Tabitha during her birthday party.
Lori (Joy Bryant)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 4 “Happy F**king Birthday”

Lori is Tabitha’s mother who is a social media influencer. Now, whether or not she was such before meeting Whit is hard to say. All that we know for sure is that her way of thinking does have a negative effect on Tabitha. In fact, Lori is likely the source to some of Tabitha’s insecurities and possibly part of the reason she was with Brady so long.

Additional Information About Lori

  • Has been married to Whit for 18 years.

Sam (Caitlin Michael Riley)

Sam (Caitlin Michael Riley) chatting up Elodie.
Sam (Caitlin Michael Riley)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 4 “Happy F**king Birthday”

A friend of a friend of Moe’s, she takes an interest in Elodie and presents her with an awkward kiss. Pushing the idea Elodie is quite green when it comes to talking to girls, kissing, and maybe intimacy in general.

Additional Information About Sam

Mara (Lynn Adrianna)

Mara (Lynn Adrianna) in a picture with Elodie.
Mara (Lynn Adrianna)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 6 “Rearview Mirror”

Elodie’s mom who died due to a drunk driver, who was intoxicated 3x the legal limit, hitting her car with Elodie in the passenger’s seat.

Additional Information About Mara

Sabine (Katrina Cunningham)

Sabine (Katrina Cunnigham) smiling at Elodie.
Sabine (Katrina Cunnigham)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 6 “Rearview Mirror”

A singer, who also happens to be Luca’s roommate, who takes an interest in Elodie after catching her trying to steal some merchandise. Specifically a pin.

Additional Information About Sabine

  • According to Luka, she is very much into herself, is a bit of a nomad, and maybe has control issues. Pair that with her saying she isn’t much for labels and Elodie has a serious possible issue on her hands.

Vicky (October Moore)

Vicky (October Moore) sitting on the couch talking to Moe.
Vicky (October Moore)

Character Description

First Noted In: Season 1, Episode 6 “Rearview Mirror”

Moe’s mother who raised both her and her older brother while her father was in prison. Often, she worked multiple shifts at a local diner to make ends meet so she doesn’t get to have as much quality time with Moe as Moe would like. However, despite that, Moe appreciates and loves her mom to bits.

Additional Information About Vicky

How Does Season 1 of Netflix’s Trinkets of End?

Elodie

After Doug finds her stash of stolen goods, and the remote for Brady’s car, she is told she is going to be sent to an inpatient facility in Seattle. However, she decides instead to go on Sabine’s tour to escape that sentence.

Doug

He learns his daughter is involved with Doug’s car being stolen and tries to send her away for help since he is beyond his rope.

Spencer

Thanks to Spencer, Doug learns about Elodie’s stash and that she was part of Brady’s car being stolen. He does apologize before Doug drops the hammer though.

Jenna

Instructed by Doug, she arranges the whole Seattle in treatment care for Elodie – off screen.

Rachelle

The guy she likes and talks about all season leaves her for someone else so Elodie says she should talk to another guy. Hopefully one she doesn’t have to dumb herself down for.

Tabitha

After revealing to her mom what Brady did, she supports her and even lets her off the hook for the Stanford party. Thus allowing her to head to Luca’s apartment and spend the night – under the ruse she is sleeping over a friend’s.

Moe

With losing her chance to study in Korea for a semester, due to punching Brady, and her dad Danny ghosting her, Moe steals a bottle to drink from. Though, on a positive note, by the 1st season finale it seems her and Noah’s relationship gets ironed out.

Brady

After being denied entry into Whit’s Stanford party, he calls the cops, as promised, to report who jacked his car.

Noah

While he has an injured arm, due to trying to impress Moe, in the long run he wins the girl and should still have a chance to impress scouts with his soccer skills.

Luca

Free from Sabine, with a basement apartment, Luca is happier than ever and may soon be a restaurant manager. That is on top of Tabitha’s newest boyfriend.

AJ

AJ only appears in two episodes and seems happy in both so let’s assume he is fine.

Whit

After being called out for cheating, he and Lori are talking and while they haven’t full on reconciled yet, it seems she isn’t willing to throw 18 years of marriage away.

Lori

After pushing Brady and Tabitha together, she finally lets that go and looks over Brady before getting back to the Stanford party he wants in so bad. Also, as noted, while she hasn’t forgiven Whit, she is warming up to the idea of maybe reconciling.

Sam

She appears solely in one episode and after the awkwardness with Elodie, likely won’t be seen again.

Mara

She’s dead from a car accident but with Elodie’s deposition, the driver should be brought to justice.

Sabine

She, on a rather major tour, is taking Elodie through the southwest and eventually will head out east.

Vicky

The last we see of Vicky is when Moe talks about meeting her dad. Whether she knows about Moe losing her opportunity to go to Korea is unknown.

General Information About Netflix’s Trinkets

  • The girls share a triangle tattoo that was gotten during a party at Sabine and Luka’s place in season 1, episode 7.

Notable Locations & Events

  • The show takes place in Portland, Oregon
  • Paper Tiger: Where Luca works.
  • Lakeshore High School: The school the girls go to.
  • P*ssy Palace: A sex shop that the girls go to in season 1, episode 3.
  • Paula’s Pies: Where Moe and Noah often hang out.

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