This page is for minor characters who have had small roles in the series. Not enough information is known about these characters to create a full page about them. (Note: If more information is retrieved on a character, it will get its own page, and vice versa)
Face PuncherEditFace Puncher is a man that appears in Kangaroos & Chaos. He leaves his jacket with Trish while she was working at the dry cleaners. Trish borrows the jacket thinking they can use it in Austin's next music video. But it gets ruined when it lands in a bin full of caramel. Ally and Trish take it back to the dry cleaners hoping to clean it up, but Face Puncher arrives earlier than they expected. He tells them that he would come back later and that he would be bringing Mad Dog with him who hates to wait. Thinking that Mad Dog is one of his friends, Ally and Trish put the jacket in the washing machine hoping it will clean it up. But later they discover that the jacket had shrunk and is now pink. When Face Puncher arrives he becomes angry with Trish, but Austin takes the blame. When Face Puncher is about to face punch him, Mad Dog who is actually Face Puncher's daughter, arrives. When she sees the jacket she assumes it is for her and Face Puncher goes along with it. Later Face Puncher recognizes Dez as the guy who ate the 20-pound hamburger. When Dez gives Face Puncher his autograph in ketchup on his shirt, Face Puncher chases him.
Face Puncher is portrayed by Hollywood Yates.
Mad DogEditMad Dog is Face Puncher's daughter, who Team Austin meet in the episode Kangaroos & Chaos. She is portrayed by Emily Skinner. Because of her name, Trish and Ally thought Mad Dog was one of Face Puncher's friends. She has blonde hair, and it appears that she does ballet, as she is seen wearing a ballerina dress. She also has a necklace that has a butterfly on it. Mad Dog does not have a lot of patience but is still loved by her father alot.
When Face Puncher comes to the dry cleaners to pick up his jacket and sees it has been ruined, he gets angry. Austin quickly steps in to take the blame so Trish wouldn't get in trouble with him. Just as Face Puncher is about to punch him, a little girl walks in, sparing Austin from being "face punched." She is identified as Mad Dog by Face Puncher. It is unknown what her real name is. As said by both her and her father, she hates waiting, which was why she came into the dry cleaners.
Mad Dog sees the small pink jacket, and thinks it's a present for her from her dad. Face Puncher helps her put it on, no longer minding that his jacket was ruined since his daughter loves it. When the two are about to leave the store, Mad Dog sees Austin and requests an autograph, to which he excitedly obliges. She seems to be a huge Austin Moon fan and seems to have heard A Billion Hits and all songs before she met Austin.
Old LadyEditThe Old Lady is a elderly lady that Ally accidentally asks to see a movie with her Saturday night, when she thought she was actually asking Trish. Though the old lady does not know Ally, she excitedly agrees to go to the movie with her. She only appears in Rockers & Writers. Dez nearly kills her by causing a harmonica to go into her in her throat, after he tried to play a harmonica through a sousaphone after people were impressed with Austin playing a trumpet through another trumpet. He quickly uses the Heimlich Maneuver to save her, though he does manage to make her dentures fly out of her mouth with the harmonica in them. At the end of the episode, it's revealed that the lady fell asleep during the movie and Ally had to explain the whole movie to her on the bus home. She is portrayed by Beverly Polcyn.
Old RockerEditThe Old Rocker is an elderly extra in the opening of the episode Deejays & Demos. He is a frail, senior citizen in a sweater vest with a walker that was interested in buying an electric guitar from Sonic Boom, who Ally didn't believe would be interested in such an instrument. When she told him that sales of electric guitars to "customers his age" were uncommon, he seemed to take offense as he pulled down his glasses. Realizing she may have inadvertently insulted him, she quickly changed the course of her conversation and pretended that she meant that he might be too young to play the specific guitar. The old man takes over and blows her away with a short riff reminiscent of Van Halen in their heyday. Ally is so impressed that she ask him to be her grandfather (she quickly relised what she said and took a step away) as he shakes his head and walks away to buy the aforementioned guitar. The Old Rocker is an uncredited role.
The Security GuardEditThe Security Guard is another minor character in the show. She was in charge of making sure only people who were supposed to be at the TV Station were there .After checking her register she forbade the girls from going inside but after an incident she lets Ally and Trish go though anyway. She is portrayed by Cocoa Brown. She appears in Rockers & Writers.
WalterEditWalter is the janitor who works at the theater. He appears to be a clean freak because he confronted Austin and Ally when he found a piece of popcorn near they're seats. He got attacked by Pickles the goose when Austin and Ally went back to the movie theater after they ran from security at the pond. He appears only in Zaliens & Cloud Watchers.
Pirate FrankEditPirate Frank is a supporting character. He owns "Pirate Frank's Fish Fry" and has appeared mostly as a background character in some episodes. His first appearence was in Bloggers & Butterflies where he fired Trish and Dez for deep frying his entire restaurant. His second appearance was in Burglaries & Boobytraps when his harpoon was stolen.
His 3rd, and as of now, last, appearance was in myTAB & My Pet.
Pirate Frank is portrayed by Jim Hoffmaster.
Statue GuyEditStatue Guy is a minor character. His first apperance was in "Managers & Meatballs." In this episode Trish becomes his manager after Austin fires her. He doesn't talk or move until the end of the episode when he fires Trish for being late for a meeting. It is also revealed in this episode that he has two children that also act like statues. He also appears in myTab & My Pet as a background character.
The Statue Guy is played by Jeff Blum.
Ralphie Hayes (a.k.a. the dog food guy) is a minor character who appeared in the episode Kangaroos & Chaos. He was a teen actor on a commercial that was selling dog food. Many people have mistaken Austin for him, because they look alike, except the dog food guy has an afro. For this reason Austin became concerned that he would be regarded as a has-been and rushed Ally into writing a new song for him. He is portrayed by Ross Lynch.
MildredEditMildred appeared in the episode Filmmaking & Fear Breaking. She starred in Dez's movie, Claws (Dun Dun Dun) as the damsel in distress, whom Austin's character, Troy, saves from the giant claw. Mildred is an uncredited role. Also Mildred rarely speaks. Austin thinks her name is Brittany because her beauty, she should be called Brittany.
Brittany EditBrittany appeared in the episode Filmmaking & Fear Breaking. She was an elderly woman who auditioned for Dez's movie, Claws (Dun Dun Dun) as the damsel in distress, whom Austin's character, Troy, saves from the giant claw and does mouth to mouth to, but was rejected. She was later chosen by Trish to play her stunt double. Brittany is an uncredited role.
The Talent Scout (he was later named "Mr. Neidermeyer") appeared at first in the episode Filmmaking & Fear Breaking. He was from MUNY (Music University of New York), a presitigious music school somwhere in New York City, and Mr. Neidermeyer was seen in Ally's flashback in Sonic Boom, which took place when she was 13 years old. Evidently, his first appearence in the show was part of a promotional gimmick for the opening of Sonic Boom. His sadistic nature drove a young girl who was auditioning before Ally into tears, and was the catalyst for Ally's stage fright. He appeared again in Albums & Auditions to watch Ally's "live" audtion over the internet.
The scout is portrayed by John O'Brien. It's a strong possibility his character was named after the cruel ROTC Cadet leader Doug Neidermeyer from the ground-breaking 1978 teen exploitation movie "National Lampoon's Animal House."
Mall Delivery GuyEdit
The Mall Delivery Guy appeared in Burglaries & Boobytraps. He stole things from the mall because he was mad he never got tips. As the mall thief, he stole things from stores in alphabetical order, thus being nicknamed the Alaphabet Bandit by Team Austin. Austin caught him when he hid in the piano that the delivery guy tried to steal.
The Mall delivery guy was played by Enriquez Ithamar Enriquez.
Officer Dunphy (No first name given) appeared in Songwriting & Starfish. He is a patrolman for the Miami Police Department who caught Team Austin at the Mall of Miami and assumed that they were robbing Scoop, There It Is, Trish's place of employment at the time. When they were brought down to a local police station, they each explained that despite their appearence, they were in the process of writing a song for the FM 109 "Hot Summer Jam" contest, and retreiving Ally's song book from the ice cream shop. Although they convinced him of their plight, he still refused to let them go, until Ally saw him drumming with pencils on his desk.
Dunphy originally sought a career as a drummer during his youth, but was talked out of seeking such a career by his father, who we can assume is dead. Both Austin and Ally realized they could coax the officer into letting them go if they give him a chance to join the band at least for that one concert, a plan that almost failed.
Officer Dunphy was played by Kelly Perine.
Ethan (no surname given) is a boy Ally met in the Halloween store in the episode Costumes & Courage. He wanted a Charles Lindbergh costume when Trish was working there, but she gave him a random pilot costume instead. When Ally shows her cute nurse/Florence Nightingale costume to her, she persuades her to introduce herself to him. When Ethan recognized her as Ms. Nightingale, Ally jokingly said "Good ol' Flo," and winds up embarrassing herself. He sees her again at the Starr Records' Halloween Party only this time dressed as Galexis Nova, and he doesn't recognize her as Ally. As he asks for her phone number, she got so excited that she left the balcony forgeting to give him her number.
Ethan was played by Troy Osterberg.
Dex is a "copy" of Dez that Trent uses to make Austin jealous. Trent hires Dex to pretend to be Dez. Despite the fact that Austin and Trent are rivals, Dez and Dex are close because they to have similarities in looks, personality, and interests. For example, Dex is a meant to closely resemble Dez, he, like Dez, it's interested in the Bee Whisperer.
Dex was portrayed by Alexander Walsh.
SydneyEditSydney is a character, as of now, shown only in Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath. In this episode, she was the little girl with the lollipop who's fun time was always ruined by Trish and bad timing. The first time she is shown in the episode, she's waiting in line for the "Wheel of Terror" ride. But the ride gets closed for the music video and she complains about having waited in line for an hour. Trish blows her off, and Sydney tries to leave her pouty lips and sad face as a final image in Trish's memory, but Trish subtly says that many kids have used that face on her before. The second time she is shown, she is in line for the "Tubs of Fun" ride, and that ride, unfortunately for her, gets closed down for the music video, and Sydney complains that Trish is trying to ruin her childhood memories. The third and final time we see her in both Ferris Wheels & Funky Breath and possibly the show itself is when Trish is telling Ally about how someone complained about her, thus getting her fired. Sydney turns around and says, "I wonder who?" before walking away, leaving Trish and Ally staring after her confused.
Sydney was portrayed by Sophia Cruise
The European Model is a guest character from Season 2. Her first appearance was in the episode Magazines & Made-Up Stuff, when she briefly showed up, thinking that her boyfriend was Austin. She only arrived due to Trish lying about Austin's girlfriend. The only English words she knew were, "Austin Moon my boyfriend," and she repeatedly said the line in the episode. Near the end when Austin and the other was about to go bungie jumping, she appears. Trish explain to Austin that she tried to fire her but since she doesn't know english, she doesn't understand what Trish means. She is also set to briefly appear in the upcoming Season 2 episode, Tunes & Trials.
She is portrayed by Madison McMillin.