She is Oliver's girlfriend in seasons 3 and 4. Seasons Oliver Oken Mitchel Musso is Miley's wimpy, wisecracking, bumbling, and second best friend. He is Lilly's boyfriend in seasons 3 and 4. Seasons ; recurring role in season 4 Rico Suave Moises Arias is Jackson's supervisor and sometimes his best friend as well as Miley, Lilly, and Oliver's classmate. He is the series main antagonist. Seasons ; recurring in season 1 His father is a billionaire and owns Rico's concession stand for his son to manage in the beach.
At the beginning of season 1, only a few characters seem to know Miley's secret. As the series progresses, an increasing number of people are revealed to know the secret. In the movie, Hannah's publicist Vita is aware and her secret is publicly revealed to the entire town of Crowley Corners. Major recurring characters[ edit ] "Dude, I slayed you once; don't make me slay you again!
Leslie "Jake" Ryan portrayed by Cody Linley season 1—4 is an Emmy -nominated television and film actor best known for his role as a zombie slayer on the teen sitcom Zombie High. Jake got his start in acting as a baby, appearing in commercials for "Wonder Diapers". Intergalactic Bounty Hunter Buck Rogers parody.
He claims that his box office appeal is just as big as Shia LaBeouf's. Candid Camera and " Punk'd " parody. Jake first meets Miley at Seaview Middle School where he attends as a part-time learner before relocating. Jake's arrival at Seaview causes a big stir among the students who are all big fans of Zombie High and are starstruck at meeting him.
Jake basks in the attention, although Miley, who is a superstar herself, fails to be impressed at his star power and believes that Jake should be treated as a normal kid.
This is what first attracts Jake to Miley, and with time, Miley begins to realize that she has feelings for him too, even though she refused to admit it at first. Throughout the course of Jake and Miley's relationship, the series explores one of its central themes — the ups and downs of celebrity life.
Jake serves as Miley's foil and represents the over-exposed lifestyle she is trying to avoid. While Jake often enjoys the benefits of being famous, he also admits to Miley "sometimes I wish I could just turn it off".
Jake and Miley first start dating in "People Who Use People", but their relationship lasts only a matter of minutes as Jake kisses Miley and then tells her he is going away to Romania for four months. While he is there, it is extended to six months. They restart their relationship. Jake reveals his real name 'Leslie' to Miley as his biggest secret, and says that he is glad that they don't have to keep any more secrets from each other. This has guilt over Miley until she finally reveals to him that she is Hannah Montana.
Their relationship, however, comes to an end again after Miley learns that Jake is too self-centered and they later agree to be just friends. Jake again returns in "Jake The relationship is on again for the third time in "He Could Be the One".
Robby seems to have second thoughts about Jake because he has broken Miley's heart multiple times, but nevertheless he is supportive of the relationship. This ends their relationship for good. Roxy Roker[ edit ] Roxy Roker portrayed by Frances Callier season 1—2 is Miley's personal bodyguard who works for her when she's Hannah, and sometimes when she's Miley.
Roxy takes her job very seriously, and is known for her ridiculous attempts to keep Miley safe from danger. She is like family to the Stewarts, and sometimes watches the kids as a nanny, or helping cure Robby of sickness. Roxy used to be a Marine where she learned most of her techniques. She was also a bodyguard for the famous cellist Yo-Yo Ma. She later worked as a security guard, and while on duty at a place called "Wig City", she met Miley and Robby for the first time.
Miley was trying to create the Hannah disguise, and Roxy helped her pick an appropriate wig. She then took a job as her bodyguard. She briefly worked for the Secret Service presidential protection unit after saving the president from contaminated sushi. After this she returned to work for Hannah. Roxy also has 60 hours of firefighter training. In "Schooly Bully", Roxy attends Miley's school under the pretense of keeping her safe from a bully, while all along trying to teach Miley that she can deal with the bully herself.
Roxy owns a pair of bulletproof pantyhose, which she says "keeps bullets out; keeps Roxy in". Roxy is single and lives in an apartment with her dog named Diddy. She earlier had a goldfish named Denzel. The only time Roxy is seen to be intimidated was upon meeting an old high school friend, Clarice Johnson. Roxy was insecure about her life, but later learned that she didn't need to be. They are typical school divas aka the mean girls, very popular among their peers and spoiled by their parents' money.
Amber and Ashley are ironically both big Hannah Montana fans, despite their disdain for Miley. Even though they are unaware that Miley is Hannah Montana. The girls first appear in the pilot episode and have since appeared in a total of 12 episodes, although they only appeared once in season three. However, they make their last appearance on the series finale, when Lily and Miley get into Standford University they become assigned roommates to Amber and Ashley.
When they both see them, they all of sudden want to become best friends with Miley, since everyone found out about her secret. Amber seems to be the more competent of the duo with Ashley typically following her lead. Amber is the editor of the school yearbook, a great singer, and is the first in the class to hold a valid drivers license.
Ashley claims it's because she's "too pretty". Miley as Hannah has her first honest conversation with Amber backstage and learns that when she was younger, Amber was bullied and made fun of. Miley begins to feel sorry for her, and makes her promise to become a kinder person.
This gives Miley a small taste of why she maintains her Hannah secret, as Amber and Ashley only want to be her friend for selfish reasons. Whenever Amber and Ashley happen to say something at the same time, they say together "Oooo, tsss!
This celebratory gesture becomes their trademark and a source of great annoyance to Miley and Lilly. At the end of the pilot episode, Miley and Lilly do the gesture in mockery of Amber and Ashley. Miley later initiates it with Lilly, but she declines, and they decide on a new best friends handshake. Her record producer is her father and Miley counts his self-centered daughter, Traci as a close friend of Hannah's. Traci has had a frequent dislike for Hannah's friend, Lola, claiming that she is 'so uncool'.
She has however, reluctantly accepted Lola at social events and maintains a friendly relationship with Hannah because of this. Traci talks with a nasal voice that is often noticed by others, which she claims is a "deviated septum" or else a "nasal condition". Hannah once went to Traci for boyfriend help when she asked to use her "faux-beau" to fool Lilly and Oliver who believe that Miley is alone now that the two are dating. She seems to have a crush on Jackson, and is frequently having celebrity parties, in which Hannah and her friends go to although Lilly only goes for the publicity.
Cooper has not made an appearance outside of season one, although he is mentioned and it's assumed they still hang out. Cooper often plays the straight man to Jackson's antics.
He works at a movie theater called "Nick's Fat City". He enjoys Shirley Temple cocktails , calling them " fruity and refreshing". He also has a secret love of baking, something he keeps secret because he believes it is a primarily female activity. She agrees to go out with Jackson. Cooper gets mad at Jackson for flirting with his sister then he learns Olivia is Coopers sister and she acts innocent. The incident causes a temporary rift in Jackson and Cooper's friendship.
They are good friends again after Cooper realizes that everything was Olivia's fault. Dontzig[ edit ] Albert Dontzig portrayed by Peter Allen Vogt season 1 and 3 is the Stewarts' wealthy, snobby, pretentious, obese, and obnoxious next-door neighbor who has an ongoing rivalry with both Robby and Jackson.
He can't stand the Stewarts, saying "I hate neighbors! That's why I have the big hedge! His wife once had a car similar to Jackson's but traded it in because she thought it was too "girly". Dontzig tricks the Stewarts into a competition to see who can make their house look the scariest for Halloween, while all he wanted to do was attract more children to his house.
This plan of course, backfires on him. He takes advantage of the Stewarts' generosity by faking a sickness to have them watch his bratty eight-year-old niece "Patty" Savannah Stehlin. Dontzig is an alumnus of the fictional State University of Santa Barbara and is a generous donor to the school. To write a letter of recommendation to the school in support of Jackson's matriculating , Dontzig has Jackson perform menial favors for him.
Dontzig is the only character in Hannah Montana to be portrayed by two separate actors. Susan Stewart[ edit ] Susan B. Susan is the daughter of Grandma Ruby. She died three years prior to season one, but is often mentioned by the Stewarts and appears in household pictures. She also appears in person in three episodes by way of old home videos and various dream sequences.
Although they were both from Tennessee , Robby and Susan first met on the West Coast in a small roadside cafe off Interstate Susan was working as a waitress at the cafe during her college days and Robby visited while driving home to Nashville. Robby claimed he fell in love with Susan immediately, and that he knew that Susan loved him too because she laughed at all his jokes.
But with a little encouragement from Aunt Dolly, Robby persisted and Susan finally went out with him. She was a skilled shopper and Miley remembers that she had great taste in fashion.