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Luan Loud is one of the seven tetartagonists of The Loud House.
She is voiced by Cristina Pucelli.
Luan is the fourth oldest child of her family, at 14 years old. She is a fun-loving girl with a fondness for comedy and practical jokes. She particularly loves pulling pranks on Lincoln.
At 15 years old, Luan is the fourth oldest child of the Loud family, and the second-youngest of Lincoln's five older sisters. Luan is a sophomore at Royal Woods High School and attends school with her siblings Leni and Luna. Her habits include telling jokes and puns (which many of the other characters don't like), pulling pranks, party clowning, and video production.
Luan started comedy at a very young age. Her first performances were for 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. Now aware that she had more to learn about comedy, she enrolled in a clowning academy and graduated. After paying her dues, she started her own business.
In the comic "It's Just a Phase", it is revealed that when she was one year old, she would go out on her tricycle and pie the mailman in the face.
The episode "Hand-Me-Downer" reveals that Luan used to own a ventriloquist's dummy named Colonel Crackers but gave him up for Mr. Coconuts. Seeing as she was shown in "Head Poet's Anxiety" to have owned Mr. Coconuts when she was eight, this implies that she gave up Colonel Crackers when she was seven or younger.
Luan is a very goofy and optimistic girl with an 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, causing her to get on everyone's nerves. While Luan laughs at others' humiliations and often comes off as a nuisance to others, she does it with good intentions and does not mean to harm anyone as she just wants to make people laugh. Despite Luan's occasional ruthlessness she is mostly friendly towards her siblings, especially to Leni and Luna.  Luan pulling the squirt flower prank. 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. Her most common pranking methods are dodging people in the face with pies and placing a whoopie-cushion on others' seats. 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. 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 into a lethal comedy trap. This is the only time of the year where Luan is thoughtless.
- "Along Came a Sister": She helped Lincoln to distract the Exterminator for finding Frank the spider.
- "Cover Girls": She helped Lincoln with his other sisters to came into his room before his parents go there. She also dressed as Leni and Lucy to speak with his Grandpa.
- "Funny Business": She saves Lincoln for his reputation in a gothic birthday. His attempt to do a clown/ comedy act was bombing, and she came in and helped win the crowd back over, knowing just how to appeal to such an audience. However, she only helped him because if she didn't, Funny Business' reputation would be ruined.
- "Pulp Friction": She grabs a banana that Lola was eating, and uses Lana's slingshot to fling the banana peel in front of Principal Huggins to get Lincoln's comic.
- In One of the Boys, her mirror world counterpart is named Lane, and he seems to be more in control of his fun-loving impulses in Linka's segment, but he is initially portrayed as harsher. He owns a dummy named Mrs. Coconuts, in parallel to how Luan owns a dummy called Mr. Coconuts. His outfit is similar in color but with shorts held up by suspenders and a buttoned shirt, and he has a bowl cut.
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