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Ann Possible
Full Name: Ann Possible
Alias(es): No Known Aliases
Gender: Female
Age: Adult
Build: Slender
Hair: Red/Orange
Eyes: Blue
Skin: Ruddy
Hometown: Middleton
Professional Info
  Middleton Medical Center
  James Possible (husband)
Kim Possible (daughter)
Jim Possible (son)
Tim Possible (son)
"Nana" Possible (mother-in-law)
Slim Possible (brother-in-law)
Joss Possible (niece)
Larry (nephew)
June (sister or sister-in-law)
  No Known Friends
Love Interest(s):
  James Possible
  No Known Pets
  No Known Nemesis
Behind the Scenes
First Appearance:
Voiced by:
  Jean Smart

Dr. Ann Possible is a neurosurgeon who lives and works in Middleton. She is a devoted wife and mother.


Ann Possible looks like an older version of her daughter—the only real differences between their looks are that Ann has blue eyes instead of green, her hair is much shorter and a lighter shade of red/orange, and her skin has more of a pinkish color.

Additionally, Ann is taller than her daughter in height, which might be partly due to the fact that she has been shown to wear heeled shoes.


Ann was a nice, but firm person, with a cheerful disposition and understanding attitude.

Like most redheads, Ann has a hair-trigger temper, which Prince Wally almost found out first-hand.[1]


Ann is a graduate of the University Of Upperton.[2]


Ann worked as a skilled neurosurgeon at the Middleton Medical Center.

Ann is an excellent parent who exhibited remarkable adaptability to uncertain situations during her brief forays into heroics alongside her family.[3]



Ann often serves as the voice of reason in her family. She scolds Jim and Tim when they attempt to experiment in the house, offers Kim useful advice on various social challenges, and constantly reminds her husband James to be home in time for dinner.[4] However, in her eagerness to be accepted by her daughter's peers during a Sophomore ski trip weekend, she forgot her boundaries and unintentionally embarrassed Kim.[5]

Ann is apparently well-liked outside of her immediate family as well. Her brother-in-law Slim asked after her fondly when she was unable to visit his ranch with the rest of her family.[6]


Ann is typically welcoming toward any friend or professional contact that Kim might bring home with her. This is especially true of Ron Stoppable, who she treats rather like a third son at times. While she approved of Kim dating Eric, she pointed out that Ron was perfectly acceptable and was concerned about how troubled he was by the new couple.[7] She was quite pleased when Kim and Ron went on their first date.[8]

Ann is on good terms with her co-workers. One of Kim's pet peeves was that Anna would accept personal calls from her while performing surgery and put her on speakerphone, which allowed Ann's coworkers to listen in and comment.[4]



  • According to the Animology Test, Ann is a Teal Cat.
    • Her "soulmate" is a Beige Raccoon, of which her husband James Possible is one.
  • Kim's mother helped Kim stop Drakken and Shego once, on "Mother's Day", without Ron.
  • Kim's mother was the only woman who was not seen as sick in "Sick Day".


  • Her first name was not revealed until "Graduation, Part 1". Before then Kim Possible fan writers had long assumed that it was her given name.
  • In "Steal Wheels", Kim's mother was seen only in the cold open sequence.
  • In the "Lilo & Stitch" crossover episode "Rufus", Kim says her father knows the governor of Hawaii. In season 1 of the new "Hawaii Five-0", Ann's VA played the governor of Hawaii.

Behind the Scenes

Voiced By

Ann is voiced by Jean Smart in all four seasons.

Episode Appearances

Season 1
US Broadcast
101 6 Bueno Nacho
102 4 Tick-Tick-Tick
103 13 Monkey Fist Strikes
104 9 Attack of the Killer Bebes
105 3 The New Ron
106 8 Mind Games
107 10 Royal Pain
108 17 The Twin Factor
109 18 Animal Attraction
110 15 All the News
111 2 Sink or Swim
112 7 Number One
113 1 Crush
114 19 Monkey Ninjas in Space
115 21 Low Budget
116 5 Downhill
117 11 Coach Possible
118 12 Pain King vs. Cleopatra
119 16 Kimitation Nation
120 20 Ron the Man
121 14 October 31st
Season 2
US Broadcast
201 25 The Ron Factor
202 44 Partners
203 23 Grudge Match
204 30 Virtu-Ron
205 24 Two to Tutor
206 22 Naked Genius
207a 27a Rufus in Show
207b 27b Adventures in Rufus-Sitting
208 48 Motor Ed
209 31 The Fearless Ferret
210 29 The Golden Years
211 28 Job Unfair
212 38 Queen Bebe
213 26 Car Trouble
214 41 Go Team Go
215 37 A Very Possible Christmas
216 47 Mother's Day
217a 33a Rufus vs. Commodore Puddles
217b 33b Day of the Snowmen
218 34 A Sitch in Time: Present
219 35 A Sitch in Time: Past
220 36 A Sitch in Time: Future
221 39 Hidden Talent
222 40 Return to Wannaweep
223 43 Blush
224 42 The Full Monkey
225 32 Exchange
226 45 Oh Boyz
227 50 Triple S
228 49 Ron Millionaire
229 56 Showdown at the Crooked D
230 51 Rewriting History
231a 46a Sick Day
231b 46b The Truth Hurts
Season 3
US Broadcast
301 52 Steal Wheels
302 53 Emotion Sickness
303 54 Bonding
304 55 Bad Boy
305 63 So the Drama, Part 1
306 64 So the Drama, Part 2
307 65 So the Drama, Part 3
308 57 Dimension Twist
309a 58a Overdue
309b 58b Roachie
310 62 And the Mole Rat Will Be CGI
311 59 Rappin' Drakken
312 61 Gorilla Fist
313 60 Team Impossible
Season 4
US Broadcast
401 66 Ill Suited
402 70 Car Alarm
403 68 Trading Faces
404 67 The Big Job
405 71 Mad Dogs and Aliens
406 75 Fashion Victim
407 72 Grande Size Me
408 73 Clothes Minded
409 69 The Cupid Effect
410 74 Big Bother
411 76 Odds Man In
412 79 Mathter and Fervent
413 77 Stop Team Go
414a 84a Chasing Rufus
414b 84b Nursery Crimes
415 78 Cap'n Drakken
416 80 The Mentor of Our Discontent
417 81 Oh No! Yono!
418 82 Clean Slate
419 83 Homecoming Upset
420 85 Larry's Birthday
421 86 Graduation, Part 1
422 87 Graduation, Part 2