Luan L. Loud is a main character in The Loud House.


At 14 years old, Luan is the fourth oldest child of the Loud family, and the second-youngest of Lincoln's five older sisters. Luan attends Royal Woods High School with her siblings Lori, Leni, and Luna. Her habits include telling bad jokes and puns, pulling pranks, party clowning, and video production.

Early life

Luan started comedy at a very young age. Her first performances were for the the Loud Family's pets. Her first public comedic act was at an open mic in the Royal Woods Bowling Alley. There, she did not perform well and was heckled by the audience. Knowing she had more to know about comedy, she enrolled in a clowning academy and graduated. After paying her dues, she started her own business.


Luan is a very goofy and fun-loving girl with a enthusiasm for comedy and making puns. Her goal is to make the world laugh along with her, though some of her material still needs work. She loves pulling pranks on her siblings, and frequently makes puns for every situation, though she gets on everyone's nerves because of it.

Luan Flower

Luan being funny.

She has a taste for everything that is related to comedy - this includes comedy movies and TV series, clowns, pranks, stand-up comedy, and funny internet videos. She also likes to record people experiencing funny situations with her video camera, but Luan is a strict ethicist so when she does this, she asks permission to the person she recorded to allow her to upload the video to the Internet. Unlike Lincoln, Luan already knows that she cannot upload videos without her subject's permission.

Though Luan is typically one of the kinder siblings, she utterly loses control when it comes to pranks, particularly on April Fools Day. When April Fools Day comes, Luan becomes ruthless and crazier than ever to the point of being downright evil and psychotic (more so than Lola at her worst). During this day, her pranks can be even more dangerous than before like in "April Fools Rules", where she placed in every corner of the house pitfalls, transforming the entire house in a lethal comedy trap. This is the only time of the year where Luan is thoughtless and cruel with her siblings, even Lily, and even with her parents. In "Fool's Paradise", after her family made Luan taste her own medicine, she promised the next April Fools will be even worse than before. In "Fool Me Twice", the Loud family hires a stunt double family to endure the horrible April Fools' Day with Luan. However, Luan hires the stunt family to ridicule the original family with success. When Luan arrived home, however, she sees her family, in shame, preparing to move. She remorsefully regrets her actions and promised to her family that she’d never prank them ever again. The family staged this as an April Fools joke, and Luan, in relief, commended to her family that she’s glad they’re finally getting the hang of April Fools, but suggests to her family to stop the moving truck. In the end, Lincoln tells Luan that the moving truck has mostly empty boxes, but the boxes with stuff in them have all of her stuff, which makes Luan chase after the truck.

She always has a positive and cheerful attitude. She is very optimistic, as she likes to support her siblings, and especially make them laugh and feel better. On some occasions she can get angry when something "not funny", or annoying happens to her, or her siblings; like in "The Sweet Spot", where she fights against the others to obtain the best seat of Vanzilla, "It's a Loud, Loud, Loud, Loud, House", when Luan and the others destroyed the whole house looking for money, or "Brawl in the Family", where Luan and the others argue. No matter how bad any problem is, she'll find the funnier side of the matter.

Nick Description

"Luan Loud loves to make people laugh. From whoopee cushions to squirting flowers, to her ventriloquist dummy Mr. Coconuts, Luan is ALWAYS ready for the perfect prank. One thing's for sure... nothing gets this Loud down!"

—Nickelodeon, 2016


S1E24A There's a lot more to it

Luan's braces.

Luan has prominent buck teeth, which sport braces on her upper and lower teeth, and light brown hair worn up in a large ponytail by a yellow scrunchie, with two long protruding hairs sticking out from the center of her forehead.

She dresses in a white sleeveless shirt, a yellow skirt with a checkerboard pattern, yellow socks with a line pattern that are worn all the way up, and brown shoes. She also wears three pink flowers, one on her shirt, and one on each shoe, that serve as gag squirt-flowers. Her prototype design had a gag flower on her skirt, but none on her shoes. She also didn't have any braces.

Her swimsuit is a yellow one piece with one of her gag-squirt flowers. Her nightwear is just a yellow nightgown or a yellow and white nightshirt with matching pants and white bunny slippers. Sometimes, she also wears a yellow bathrobe.

In "Hand-Me-Downer", it is revealed that she has been wearing her braces from her younger age. Back then, she wore a sleeveless yellow dress with a square pattern, a black belt, white socks, and brown shoes.


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Luan's squirt flower in action.

Luan's flower is a gag squirt flower that she wears in every episode she appears in. Luan owns three of these flowers, one is on her shirt, and the other two are on her shoes. Although only shown twice, these gag flowers are filled with water. Even if she fills these flowers with water, she likes to wear them for decoration.

Outside of the original pilot short, the only time she has used her gag flowers was in "Linc or Swim", when she tried to cool herself off in front of the freezer before finding out about Lincoln's new pool.

Gag Glasses

S1E12A What are you doing with my fake spider?

Luan wearing her gag glasses to read.

Luan's gag glasses are black glasses, with eyebrows, and a nose and mustache at the end of them, which are a reference to Groucho Marx, of The Marx Brothers. They seem to double as reading glasses.

Alternate Versions and Alter-egos

Lane Loud

Main article: Genderbent Royal Woods
Lane Loud

In an alternate universe where the sisters are brothers, Luan is a boy, Lane. Like Luan, Lane is a comedian who tells bad jokes to lighten the situation. However, he acts disrespectful toward Lincoln, mocking him when Luke (Luna) uses him to clean the toilet, when Leon (Lily) bites his thumb instead of kissing it, and when they tease him about Ronnie Anne. He also plays keep-away with Lincoln's time watch to stop him from going back to his own dimension.

In another alternate dimension where he is the brother to a female version of Lincoln named Linka, he is shown to be deeply caring for her.

Lane eventually turns out to be a product of Lincoln's imagination as it was revealed the entire adventure was a dream.

This version of Luan has a female version of her dummy Mr. Coconuts, named Mrs. Coconuts.

The Joker

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Luan interpreting The Joker.

In the mini-comic "Deuces Wild!", Luan interprets the superheroine called "The Joker", who is also one of Ace Savvy's sidekicks. Her powers are not shown, as she's only seen mocking the gas monster. In the comic, she is summoned by Savvy (played by Lincoln) alongside the rest of Savvy's deck (played by the rest of her sisters) to help him and One-Eyed Jack (played by Clyde) to defeat the gas monster. After they defeat it, they prepared to fight against a garbage monster.

The Joker also made an appearance in "Pulp Friction". In her appearance there, she used a jack-in-the-box-like gadget to defeat Wild Card Willy by having it spring under his feet, which threw him across the warehouse they were in.


Main article: The Loud Rabbits#Bebe
S3E02A promo - rabbit luan

In the episode, "White Hare", where Lincoln imagined how difficult it is to live with 15 extra sisters, Luan is a rabbit named Bebe. Like Luan, Bebe is a comedian who tells bad jokes to lighten the situation and, like the human counterparts, none of her siblings find her funny.


Main article: Character appearances
Total episodes: 28

Season 1

Season 2

Season 3


  • Luan is the only sister whose eyelashes are primarily curved instead of being straight.
  • In "No Guts, No Glori", Luan blending into a wall, and then walking into Lincoln's room is a possible reference to "The Spy" from the game, Team Fortress 2.
  • In some countries, like Brazil and Albania, Luan can be used as a male name.
  • It is revealed in "Sleuth or Consequences" that Luan records herself sleeping, in case she tells a joke in her sleep.
  • Luan is the third Loud sibling whose backstory was revealed.
  • Luan seems to be interested in magic tricks:
    • She has a pet rabbit who lives in a top hat.
    • Her Christmas gift was magicians' items.
    • She freed herself from a cage like Houdini.
    • She played the "saw someone in half" trick with Lily.
  • A running gag in the series is that Luan always tells bad jokes, much to her siblings' annoyance.
    • It is strongly implied she inherited her sense of humor from her father.
S1E02B Luan Out Loud's Comedy Channel

Luan's comedy website, Luan Out Loud.

  • In "Making the Case", it is revealed that Luan has her own comedy-themed website. It is also revealed that she has several tapes of Lincoln's past. She explains that it is wrong to upload video footage of others without their permission.
    • In that same episode, Luan says the biggest rule when making a video is to always keep your camera running.
  • Her hair is the lightest shade of brown of the brunette sisters. In contrast, Luna's hair is the darkest shade of brown, followed by Lynn and Lisa's brunette hair, which are slightly darker than Luan's.
  • Luan was named after one of Chris Savino's five sisters.
  • Luan's ideal superpower is to turn invisible so she can deliver literal punchlines.
  • She is the only Loud sibling to wear braces, although Lori was shown to have worn braces in the past as shown in a picture from episodes "Come Sale Away" and "Anti-Social".
  • Luan, Lincoln, Lily, and Clyde are the only main characters who have buck teeth.
  • She and Luna both have the same letters of their names.
    • Both of them are also roommates.
  • As shown in "Spell It Out", Luan was shown to be strong enough to carry Lincoln on her head.
  • Luan, Lynn, Lucy, Lana, Lisa, and Lincoln are the only Loud siblings who wear socks with their normal outfits.
  • Luan, Lincoln, Lori, and Lynn are the only siblings who have had more than one set of sleepwear.
  • In "Making the Case", Luan is one of five sisters with no trophy in the case. The other four being Lori, Leni, Lucy, and Lana.
  • She is the only one of Lincoln's older sisters who is neither a tomboy or a girly girl.
  • Along with Lynn, she is the only elder sister to not wear earrings.
    • However, it is revealed in "Cover Girls", that her ears are pierced as she wears Leni's earrings while covering for her, making Lynn the only elder sister to not wear earrings.
  • It is revealed in "Homespun", that Luan has the ability to translate Lily's babbling.
    • This means that Luan, Lincoln, and Lisa are the only ones who can understand Lily's babbling.
  • Luan has a rabbit named Gary, whom she uses in magic acts.
    • This makes her one of three other Loud sibling besides Lana to have an exclusive pet of her own. The other one being Lucy, who has a pet bat named Fangs.
  • She has her own birthday business called Funny Business Inc, complete with a hot line, and business cards.
  • In "Heavy Meddle", "Picture Perfect", "April Fools Rules", "Funny Business", "Party Down", "Room with a Feud", "Fool's Paradise", "No Laughing Matter", "Tricked!", and "Head Poet's Anxiety", she has braces on both her upper, and lower teeth.
  • Her name in Chinese means "uprising".
  • She is the only main character to have the second syllable in her name emphasized.
  • In the pilot, "Along Came a Sister", "Out on a Limo", "Back in Black", "Cheater by the Dozen", "Spell It Out", "Change of Heart", "Not a Loud", and "No Place Like Homeschool", she didn't tell any jokes, or make any puns. Although in the pilot, Luan is heard telling jokes into a brush, which she uses in place of a microphone.
  • Luan has a habit of sometimes saying 'but seriously' after delivering a pun, to show that she is being serious.
  • Dub facts:
    • Some of her jokes make more sense in English than in other languages, meaning that translators are hitting hard.
      • In most dubs, she doesn't use puns too often.
    • Her Polish name is Hilaria, with the nickname "Hila". This name is derived from the word "hilarious".
    • Her Finnish name is Lotta.
    • Luan's Serbian dubber, Marijana Živanović, also voices Lincoln.
    • Luan's Russian dubber, Natalia Frankova, also voices Luna, Lynn, Liam, Tabby, and Ronnie Anne.
    • Luan's Spanish dubber, María Romeu, also voices Ronnie Anne.
    • Luan's first Hebrew dubber, Mika Gan Mor, makes her dubbing debut in this show.
    • Luan's Filipino dubber, Ruffa Valera, also voices Rita.
    • Luan's Portuguese dubber, Leonor Alcacer, also voices Leni.
    • Luan's French dubber, Leslie Lipkins, also voices Ronnie Anne.
  • According to Lisa in episode 20 of the Nick Animation Podcast, Luan doesn't go to the movies.[4] However, in "No Such Luck", she, along with the rest of her sisters and parents, went to the cinema.
  • According to Luan's Q&A, Luan dislikes knock-knock jokes, saying it's the lowest form of humor.
    • However, in "Undie Pressure", she was about to answer to Lincoln's knock-knock joke, and made her own knock-knock joke to the mailman, and in "No Laughing Matter", she makes one to Lucy by using Edwin for the punchline.
      • This means (and also reveals) Luan sometimes doesn't like knock-knock jokes.
  • Luan, along with Lisa, have broken the fourth wall the most, besides Lincoln, by doing it twice ("April Fools Rules" and "11 Louds a Leapin'").
  • In "L is for Love", it's revealed that Luan has a crush on a boy named Benny, who, like Luan herself, is a comedian, and likes jokes.
  • She looks similar to Belle Yates, due to similar ponytail styles, braces, socks, and similar high pitched voices.
  • In "No Laughing Matter", it is revealed that Luan has a diary which Lola reads.
  • In "Insta-gran", it is revealed that she cannot eat corn due to her braces.
  • So far, there are three Luan-centric April Fools Day episodes: "April Fools Rules", "Fool's Paradise", and "Fool Me Twice".
    • Coincidentally, those episodes come from all 3 different seasons.
  • In "Head Poet's Anxiety", it is shown that she wants to be the youngest performer at the Royal Woods Theater.
    • However, this title would go to Lucy, who is six years younger than Luan.
  • Luan's Greek dubber, Τάνια Παλαιολόγου, also voices Lori.



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