Sanford D. Ingleberry
Name: Sanford D. Ingleberry
Alias: Snake
Gender: Male
Age: 16
First appearance: Buttercrush
Last appearance: "The Powerpuff Girls Rule!"
Voice actor: Tom Kenny
Tabitha St. Germain (Suneku/Ivy from PPGZ)
Family: Gangreen Gang
Creator: None

Sanford D. "Snake" Ingleberry is a supporting villain in The Powerpuff Girls and is the second-in-command of the Gangreen Gang. He looks similar to a snake (referring to his name), hissing after each word he speaks through. He is voiced by Tom Kenny. He doesn't appear to be very intelligent, and his face gets punched by Ace sometimes when he says something wrong (as seen in Buttercrush and Schoolhouse Rocked). This is similar to Boomer from the Rowdyruff boys, who is always bossed around and hit by Brick. He seems to only do things to please his friends rather than at his own will. His ability to slither around was noted in the episode Slave the Day when he slithered to the top of the railroad platform.


Snake has a long and skinny body with a curve in his back, and slanted pink eyes. Over his long, messy black hair he wears a backwards brown kangol hat. He wears a white tank top with black and yellow-brown stripes with matching sweatbands and brown shorts with black hi-top sneakers


Snake is a snively, menacing, sycophantic delinquent. He is very good at pulling tricks and getting away with them. Snake also likes to steal things and will steal anything he can get his hands on. Overall, he is very mischievous and sneaky and you can always guarantee that he is up to something evil, though when he is, it is not too difficult to stop him. This is because Snake is not the sharpest knife in the drawer as he will constantly say something stupid or wrong which will result in him getting punched in the face by Ace.

Episode Appearances


  • Every time he says a word that contains the letter "S", he will hiss that letter.
  • From 2002 onwards, his hairs on his neck are gone, and his strained voice smoothened out.
  • It was revealed in Schoolhouse Rocked his full name is Sanford D. Ingleberry.
    • His last name is a reference to the insult "Dingleberry". 
    • Power Lunch is the only episode where Snake is seen without his hat.