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This is important. They are in trouble. It's up to us! To us! Understand? Keep him amused but quiet!
Violet telling Dash that only they can save their parents

Violet "Vi" Parr is one of the major characters in the Disney/Pixar animated film The Incredibles and its sequel. She is the eldest child and only daughter of Bob Parr and Helen Parr and older sister of Dash Parr and Jack-Jack Parr. As a child of superheroes, she has superhuman powers herself; she can make herself partly or completely invisible or create force fields around herself or in some distance. Violet is voiced by Sarah Vowell.

Why Violet Rocks

  1. When Violet is first introduced, she is depicted as gloomy, uncertain, shy, socially withdrawn, and has a few self-esteem issues - preferring to hide behind her long hair, which is seemed to be reflected in her super powers; she is able to turn invisible at will, and can generate a spherical force field around herself and others.
  2. As the oldest child, Violet often finds herself placed under stress and authority she doesn't want. But she has a curious and experimental nature to her, willing to explore her abilities and her world once she is freed from the family prohibitions about using her superpowers.
  3. Also, Violet has a sharp and observational sense of humor, and despite a strong sibling rivalry, she is strongly protective of her little brother, Dash.
  4. While not a superhuman trait, Violet's intellect is certainly the highest of her family, showing an inquisitive and adaptable nature about herself, her powers, and the world around her.
  5. In Incredibles 2, Violet has embraced her powers and displays a broader range of emotions that is typical of a girl her age: Throwing tantrums, acting awkward and at times being depressive. 

Bad Qualities

  1. Under extreme stress or uncertainty, Violet's invisibility powers can even trigger subconsciously, causing her head and body to simply disappear.


  • Violet writes in cursive, as shown in a diary entry.