Violet Parr

Violet Parr is one of the four main characters of Disney/Pixar's 2004 animated feature film, The Incredibles.

She is voiced by American actress, Sarah Vowell.

Appearance and PersonalityEdit

Physical AppearanceEdit

Violet has blueish-black hair, and dark violet-blue eyes. At the beginning of the movie, her appearance gives off a moody vibe. She has an overgrown dark blue sweater, dark blue pants, and her hair covering an eye, along with one quarter of her other eye. However, after apologizing to her mother on the island, who then reassures her, she wears the mask, showing her entire face.


Violet's character development constitutes a major side-story in the movie, despite the fact that Violet's role only grew during the second half of the film (some speculate that this is due to the extreme complexity involved in animating her long, flowing hair).

At first, Violet is shy and timid yet cute and tomboyishly beautiful and stuck at the cross-roads between girl and woman, Violet desperately wants to be like everyone else, to blend in with normal people and not to stand out. However, after she becomes older and more outgoing, she is proud of who she is. Violet loves her family and even though she constantly butts heads with Dash, she cares for him very much. She is concerned for the well being of her family, so she always tries very hard to help them.

In her personal life, Violet enjoys listening to music and reading fashion magazines. Despite her shy personality, Violet is shown to have some friends, namely Kari, her babysitter friend, and Tony, her crush who asks her out at the end of the movie.

Powers and AbilitiesEdit

Her superpowers include invisibility and creating a spherical force field around herself, powers similar to those used by the Invisible Woman of the Fantastic Four.

Violet's superpowers allow her to instantly render herself or others she is touching partially or entirely invisible. She can also generate powerful and sturdy force fields that she has used defensively or, with the right help, offensively.