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Dot is the main mascot (co-host) of PBS KIDS. She is Dash's younger sister. She was the curator and host of Dot's Story Factory. Every day, she focused on some of the stories that viewers submitted.

She was 4 years old in 1999-2008, and 6 years old in 2008-2013. As of the redesign in Fall 2013, she is 11 years old.


Dot is kind, friendly, and very curious. When she was younger, her curiosity often got her into trouble, but she's quick to learn from mistakes. She learns many other things from her older brother and looks up to him, as he is her best friend.

She is playful, bubbly and happy-go-lucky, and she likes meeting new friends. Like Dash, she also loves the computer and is a bit of a techie. She often has to look after her two younger cousins,[1] which is hard work, but she likes them just the same.



Dot had straight, medium-length black hair. She wears pink-and-white striped sweater, black pants, and white shoes. She was 4 feet tall.


As of the Fall 2013 rebrand, Dot's hair is styled in a classic flip. She now wears a white polo shirt with a blue zipper, but her pants and shoes kept intact. Instead of black, she has pink-colored eyes. She is around 5 feet tall.

Voice role history

Elsie Fisher was the original voice of Dot, she was just 4 years old at the time of voicing her. She also voiced Agnes in the 2010 animated film Despicable Me.

She was replaced with Aja Wooldridge in her redesign, who was 8 at the time.

Voiced by

  • Elsie Fisher (2007-2013)
  • Aja Wooldridge (2013-2017)
  • Margeaux Reign (2016-present)


  • She is named after a animated character from the 1993-98 program.


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