Louise is the youngest and most spirited of the Belcher kids, though her idea of helping out her dad's business sometimes includes telling people that he makes his special patties out of human remains. She's instantly recognizable by the pink bunny ears she always wears, and when she's not busy pretending Bob peddles human flesh, she's apt to be tricking the school's guidance counselor into believing that Pops died inside the walls of the restaurant. She can't wait to get her gun license and is known to slap people to get their attention. Make jokes all you want, but just don't try to enter her cozy room or put your paws on her stuff, because she's not down with that. Louise is also an excellent lock-picker and has a natural ability to get the best out of painters in her side gig as a children's art dealer. She'd rather hang out with her goofball brother, Gene, and dad (with whom she plays the insult-based channel flippin' game as the "Burn Unit") than with her mom and sister, who she refers to as the "Menstruation Nation."

Kristen Schaal starred in the cult hit "Flight of The Conchords," and is the women's issues correspondent for "The Daily Show with Jon Stewart." She also has a recurring role on "30 Rock." Other film and television credits include THE SIMPSONS, "Toy Story 3," "Dinner for Schmucks," "Mad Men," "Modern Family" and "Gravity Falls." In 2011, Schaal appeared in "The Coward" at The Lincoln Center Theatre, and was awarded The Lucille Lortel Award for her performance.

As a stand-up, Schaal won the award for Best Alternative Comic at the 2006 United States Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and is the recipient of the second annual Andy Kaufman Award, hosted by the New York Comedy Festival. Additionally, she was a Pierre Award nominee at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. In October of 2005, she was included in New York magazine's "Ten Funniest New Yorkers You've Never Heard Of." She has recorded two TV specials, "Comedy Central Presents: Kristen Schaal" and "Kristen Schaal: Live at the Fillmore."

Schaal is also a published author. She co-authored a sex guide, "The Sexy Book of Sexy Sex," with fiancé and "Daily Show" writer Rich Blomquist.

Schaal lives in New York.