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Haley Long
Background information
Feature films
Television programs American Dragon: Jake Long
Video games
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Animators Jeff Goode
Voice Amy Bruckner[1][2]
Performance model
Inspiration Pistol Pete
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name Haley Kay Long
Other names Haley Hoo (Jonathan Long)
Hales (Jake Long)
Personality Sweet, cute, beautiful, intelligent, kind, happy, a "little miss perfect", nice
Appearance Slender, black hair tied in pigtails, long pink dress blouse, purple dress with matching skirt, white shoes, pink panties (season 1), White blouse, pink long jacket with a bow, purple skirt with flowers, grey or dark panties (season 2)
Occupation Elementary School Student, dragon student
Alignment Good
Home New York City, New York
Relatives Jake Long (brother), Jonathan Long (father), Susan Long (mother), Jake Long Junior (nephew), Luong Lao Shi (grandfather), Andrew Long (cousin), Gregory Long (cousin), Cathy Long (aunt) Aunt Patchouli Long (aunt)
Pets Fu Dog
Allies Fu Dog, Sun Park, Jake Long, Rose, Trixie Carter, Arthur Spudinski
Enemies The Dark Dragon, Councilor Chang, Bananas B., Olivia Mears, Pooka Pooka
Likes Ballet, Violin
Powers and abilities
Weapons Dragon Fire, Dragon Claws, Dragon Teeth

Haley Kay Long[3][4] is Jake's intelligent, goody-two-shoes eight-year-old little sister. She, and many others, think she is cute. She is featured in the animated television show American Dragon: Jake Long. She is voiced by Amy Bruckner.



Haley as she appears in Season One

Like Jake, Haley has dragon powers. A prodigy in everything else, her dragon heritage, while not yet fully developed, started to express itself at a much earlier age than Jake's did. Part of that may be due to dragon girls developing their powers much earlier than boys, as her mother Susan Long, explained.

Haley takes pride in exposing Jake's mischievous behavior to their parents, as well as showing off her own "superior" talents. At first only able to express isolated parts of her dragon form, such as her claws, snout, wings or tail, after about a year she was already able to perform a full body morph into her adolescent dragon form. These skills prompted her to begin her own dragon training under Sun Park's guidance as the reserve or substitute American Dragon should Jake be unable to fully perform his duties. Haley took many aspects of her training with Sun Park and applied them in her daily life, which put her at odds when compared with average and normal human kids her age.

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Haley Long as she appears in Season 2

Haley also takes delight in making her brother look less than competent as a dragon. However, like most troublesome siblings, she actually has a deep rooted respect for Jake, and when she was required to step up and take on the duties of Substitute American Dragon for two weeks, she fully realized exactly what all her brother had to deal with on a daily basis. After nearly having her "perfect" school performance levels drop drastically and nearly suffering a breakdown, Haley openly admitted that Jake had been for his age doing a far better job balancing his human life against his magical duties than she was able to do, and that the adults needed to "step off" and allow him the chance to occasionally be a teenage boy.

Just before that, Haley had been so concerned with being a good girl that she has never intentionally gotten in trouble or broke rules; that doing something bad was against her nature. Something she did one day by completely breaking character to live a day as a bad girl, and in reaping the consequences learned the value of balancing fun with her ridged life.

She was present when Rose betrayed Jake before in turn destroying the Huntsclan. She also took part in the final battle against the Dark Dragon in Hong Kong, when her father learned the truth about his dragon daughter and family. Showing how far she had grown in just two years, Haley was able to to be happy for her older brother, cheering when he was reunited with Rose in the aftermath of banishing the Dark Dragon though a magical portal which would not open again for a thousand years.

Powers and Abilities

Haley possess all the abilities of a young dragon her age. Like Jake they have yet to reach their full potential. Instead of going into a situation without a strategy she always thinks of a plan needing little to no violence. She also always manipulates her enemies into giving up. Although she was not as strong as Jake or older dragons she was way faster.

Episode Appearances


  • In the Season One intro, Haley plays the tambourine in Jake's imaginary band.
  • She was named after Haley's Comet because her mother said that she loved the name "Haley" while still dating Jonathan[5].
  • Concept sketches show that Haley was originally going to be named Brittany[citation needed].
  • She somehow knows who Chang is in Season Two, despite not meeting Chang in Season One.
    • Not a surprise, she was being trained by Sun Park to be the Substitute American Dragon, so surely her studies explained who former Councilor Chang was.
  • In Season One, Haley is suggested to be a purple dragon, as she transforms certain parts of her body, which were purple and draconian, but never entirely became a dragon. In Season Two, her full body form was shown to be a pink dragon.
    • It is unknown if Haley could fully transform early on. It may have been she was not physically mature enough, or her mother and or grandfather told her not to do so at the house. The latter is supported by Mrs. Long scolding her for changing her hands to claws to chop vegetables.
    • In one episode[6], Haley changes completely for the first and last time during Season One. This time we see that she has a long dragon neck, lighter purple underbelly and darker purple spikes on her back as Jake has.
    • Haley is similar to Pistol.


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  5. Hero of the Hourglass
  6. The Legend of Dragon Tooth

Media: American Dragon: Jake Long (Episode List)

Main Characters: Jake Long | Rose | Trixie Carter | Arthur Spudinski | Luong Lao Shi | Fu Dog | Jonathan Long | Susan Long | Haley Long

Other Characters: Brad Morton | Hans Rotwood | Stacey Wintergrin | Tracey | Lacey | Olivia Mears | Courtney | Jasmine | Marnie Lockjelly | Danika Hunnicutt | Nigel Thrall | Fred Nerk | Kyle Wilkins | Gregory Long | Andrew Long | Silver | Carol St. Carmine | Frederick Buttersleeves | Joshua | Trisha | Jake Long Junior | Aunt Cathy | Rose's parents | Rose's Twin | Sara and Kara | The Dragon Council | Councilor Andam | Councilor Kulde | Councilor Kukulkhan | Councilor Omina | Aunt Patchouli Long | Sun Park | Dolores Derceto | Ms. Jenkins | Ms. McGuire | Ms. Birch | Mrs. Carter | Colonel Hank Carter | Ms. Spudinski | Officer Morton | Veronica | Brocamas | Stan Lipkowski | Bertha | Reggie the Brownie | Clooney | Santa Claus | Jaren MacArthur | Shaniqua Chulavista | Thad Rochefort-Chaise | Jasma Sancere | Ron Slam | Coach Sackerson | Judge Glamis Cutler | Tommy King | Asian Dragon | Russian Dragon | Indian Dragon | Scottish Dragon | Egyptian Dragon | Japanese Dragon | The Witches of Woodstock | Annika | Monica | Bubonica | Jack Frost | Pix McGee | Queen Liliana | Strigoi | Mister Krunkers | Benny | Petite Messenger Fairy

Creatures: Dragons | Dwarfs | Trolls | Pixies | Elf | Goblin | Brownie | Tooth Minions | Giant | Sprite | Gremlin | Griffin | Shade Demons | Hairball Monsters | Hobgoblin | The Krylock Demon | Tentacled Monster | Iceberg Monster | Giant Mosquito | Jersey Devil | Guardian Serpent | Avemetrus | Sea Serpent | Gnomes | Cyclops | Shark People | Nymphs | Harpy | The Kraken | Djinn | Kelpie | The Magical Community

Villians: The Huntsman | Johnny Wang | The Huntsclan | The Dark Dragon | Councilor Chang | Bananas B. | Eli Excelsior Pandarus | Nix | Huntsgirl | Huntsboys 88 and 89 | Huntsgirl 18 | Sigmund Brock | Fury | Euryale | Medusa | Evil Jake | Hook Hand Ghost | Vicky Fickling | Yan Yan | Shackles Jack | Kumo

Guest Characters: Monty Hall | Ingrid Third

Locations: New York | New York (state) | New Jersey | Alabama | Florida | Millard Fillmore Middle School | Isle of Draco | Hong Kong | Subway | The Empire State Building | China | Camp Mugwomp | Magus Bazaar | Canal Street Electronics | Island of Atlantis | Cosmopolitan Museum of Art | Familio Festevedro

Episodes: Old School Training | Dragon Breath | The Talented Mr. Long | The Legend of Dragon Tooth | Act 4, Scene 15 | Adventures in Troll Sitting | Fu Dog Takes a Walk | Professor Rotwood's Thesis | The Egg | The Heist | Dragon Summit | Body Guard Duty | Shapeshifter | The Ski Trip | The Long Weekend | Eye of the Beholder | Jake Takes the Cake | Hong Kong Nights | Halloween Bash | Fu and Tell | Flight of the Unicorn | Keeping Shop | Ring Around the Dragon | The Hunted | Bring It On | Half Baked | The Academy | The Doppelganger Gang | Something Fishy This Way Comes | Breakout | Family Business | Hero of the Hourglass | Dreamscape | A Befuddled Mind | Fool's Gold | Feeding Frenzy | Haley Gone Wild | Supernatural Tuesday | The Rotwood Files | Hairy Christmas | Switcheroo | The Love Cruise | Year of the Jake | Homecoming | Young at Heart | Siren Says | Shaggy Frog | Nobody's Fu | Magic Enemy #1 | A Ghost Story | Bite Father, Bite Son | Game On | Furious Jealousy | Being Human | The Hong Kong Longs

Objects: Mark of the Huntsclan | The 13 Aztec Skulls | Huntstaff | Magical journals | Brockium

Books: The Dragon Hunter | The Gnome Eater

Songs: The Chosen One | The Hubba Hubba Hula

Games: All Star Skate Park | Rose's Print Shop | Dangerous Descent | Jake's Dragon Tile Combo | Jake's Inferno Pinball | The Huntsclan Traps | High Risk Rescue | American Dragon: Rise of the Huntsclan | American Dragon: Jake Long, Attack of the Dark Dragon

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