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Bea Goldfishberg
Species: Goldfish
Gender: Female
Age: 16
Nationality: American
Hometown: Bud's Pets
Professional Information
  Freshwater High
Friends and Family
Mrs. Goldfishberg (mother)
Norman Goldfishberg (father)
Albert Glass
Jumbo Shrimp
Love interests:
Steve Jackson (former crush)
Brandon Bubbler (former crush)
Oscar (boyfriend)
Behind the Scenes
First Appearance:
  "Bea Stays in the Picture"
Voiced by:
Chelsea Kane
Diddly doo!

— Bea's catchphrase

Beatrice "Bea" Goldfishberg is an overly dramatic, cheerful, intimidating goldfish and the tritagonist of Fish Hooks. Her best friends are Milo and Oscar. Her other friends include Shellsea, Clamantha, Koi, Finberley and Esmargot. To many other male fish, she is very pretty, as shown when she was going out on a lot of dates in "Doris Flores Gorgeous".


Bea's lifelong dream is to become a famous actress and rising star. She is often overly dramatic. She doesn’t like it when people don’t let her do her act or when people don’t say their lines. She is also very flirtatious, as she dated a lot. She thinks she’s too talented

Oscar, Milo and Bea playing video games.

to be punched ("Happy Birthfish, Jocktopus"). She also likes football ("Underwater Boy" and "Dances with Wolf Fish") and plays video games with Milo and Oscar.

She’s also portrayed as being somewhat arrogant, always complimenting herself, particularly on her acting abilities, and has trouble taking criticism. Sometimes she will claim to be able to do things that she cannot, such as scorpion riding ("Bea's Commercial").

Physical Appearance

Bea is a goldfish with a golden bodysuit, red fins, and flippers. She has freckles and long, red hair with an orange headband with yellow stars on it. She says that her eyes are too far apart and that she has fish lips (Fishbook). In the episode, "Oscar is a Playa," when looking at Oscar, it‘s shown that her eyes are green.



Milo and Bea hug

Milo is one of Bea's two best friends. Milo thinks that Bea is "Bea-utiful" after seeing her school's photo, and afterwards, Bea hugs him. ("Bea Stays in the Picture").

Milo is afraid of losing Bea forever ("Fish Sleepover Party", "Bye Bye Bea Bea", "The Big Woo"). Bea is always willing to help Milo in any situation, no matter how risky it is ("Fail Fish", "Fish Out of Water", "Big Fish", "Dollars and Fish"). Both are competitive, so if it is "boys vs. girls", they become rivals. ("Fish Floaters").

In contradistinction to Oscar, Bea always supports Milo in whatever situation that he decides. ("Flying Fish", "Peopleing"). Milo would do anything for Bea to not be sad. ("Employee Discount").

Bea wanted to kill the Yeti Lobster to save or avenge Milo ("Rock Lobster Yeti"). Milo likes to see Bea smiling. ("Sixteen Clamandles").

The two were fake dating in "Bea Dates Milo", and both were forced to kiss, but immediately "broke up" afterwards, because they just wanted to remain friends.

Milo and Bea kiss

Milo had never bought Bea a birthday present before "Bea's Birthday Surprise".

Milo tried to ask Bea to be his date to the prom, because he had no one else to invite ("Fish Prom").


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Background Information

  • Bea is the first character to appear in a "You're Watching Disney Channel" bumper (even if it‘s only in Latin America).
  • In the original design of Bea, there were no stars on her headband.
  • Bea's eyes become larger and rounder as the episodes progress.

    Original Bea

  • She has a 5:00 p.m. curfew. ("Bea Becomes an Adult Fish")
  • Bea is a babysitter ("Dollars and Fish").
  • Bea can‘t drink 2% milk because her parents think it’s too wild for her ("Bea Sneaks Out").
  • Baby Princess Sweet Face, a porcelain doll, was her childhood nightmare. ("Unfinished Doll Business.")
  • She has a liking for vampires and werewolves.

Human Bea

  • She hates catfish.
  • While Bea is giving her valedictorian speech, she realizes that she actually does love Oscar, and announces it to the whole school. ("The Big Woo")
  • According to Noah Z. Jones, Bea would study "Fish Film Theory" when she goes to college.
  • In human form, Bea resembles Candace from Phineas and Ferb.

    Human Bea (left) and Candace (right)