|Also Known As||Timmy McNulty|
|Birth Date||July 5th, 1986|
33 (Age in 2019)
|Interests||Cheating at games, competing in competitions|
Conan McNulty (grandfather)
Colleen McNulty (mother)
Angelica Pickles (sometimes)
Tommy Pickles (sometimes)
Susie Carmichael (sometimes)
Chuckie Finster (sometimes)
Phil DeVille (sometimes)
Lil DeVille (sometimes)
|Voice Actor||Tara Strong|
|First Appearance||The 'Lympics (Rugrats) (Season 4) (1997)|
|Last Appearance||Wash/Dry Story (Rugrats) (Season 7) (2001)|
Timothy "Timmy" McNulty (born July 5, 1986) is a recurring character in the Rugrats TV series who has appeared in multiple episodes. He was 4 1/2 years old then turned 5 in the episode A Very McNulty Birthday. He is voiced by Tara Strong.
Timmy's the oldest of the five McNulty brothers. He makes his first debut in The 'Lympics. From how he acts towards his four younger brothers, and to people in general, Timmy's basically a male version of Angelica Pickles, although he's arguably somewhat nicer than Angelica is. But, like Angelica, Timmy can be loud, competitive, bossy, mean and rude, and isn't above cheating to get what he wants.
Timmy has peach skin and several freckles on his cheeks. He has white eyes with black pupils as well as red hair. The character normally wears a yellow T-shirt and a pair of black pants. He is of Irish heritage due to his mother's accent and also his grandfather Conan's.
- The 'Lympics
- Fugitive Tommy
- A Very McNulty Birthday
- Chuckie's a Lefty
- Be My Valentine
- Wash-Dry Story
- Timmy McNulty's voice was later used for another Nicktoon character, Timmy Turner, the main protagonist of The Fairly OddParents! who shares the first name and is also voiced by Tara Strong.
- Tara Strong would later voice another Timmy: a beagle in the Danger Rangers episode "Wild Wheels," as well as a piglet named Juan in the same episode.
- Tara Strong, Timmy McNulty's voice actress, later voiced Dil Pickles, who became a main character in The Rugrats Movie.
- Timmy and his brothers were nowhere to be seen or even mentioned by any of the other Rugrats throughout All Grown Up!.