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Cassandra is a minor character in Beavis and Butt-head. He was one of Beavis and Butt-head's classmates in Highland High School in the original series run. She was voiced by Tracy Grandstaff, who also voices Daria.

Physical appearance[]

Cassandra has brown hair, wears glasses, Doc Martens boots, and a shapeless blue dress.


Not too much is known about Cassandra, as she only appears as a background character most of the time. But when she does get screen-time, she is shown to be a sweet and gentle hippie, not unlike Mr. Van Driessen. She is also the only girl aside from Daria who does not seem to despise either of the boys, giving them friendly advice without the condescending sarcasm Daria would use, and one of the few characters in general besides Stewart and Van Driessen who genuinely cares about the boys, and never speaks ill about or towards them. Unlike Daria, the duo still chase after her, particularly Butt-head, as shown in "Wall of Youth", where she seems oblivious to his advances.

Despite her good nature, she is implied to have some rather disturbing depths. As part of a class project shown in “Animation Sucks,” Cassandra creates a cartoon of a flower blooming and then dying. Afterward, she remarks that seeing her work brought to life in animated form was “so powerful, so enormous, so brief, just like my father.” This remark is not explained, and Van Driessen, taken aback, moves quickly on to other matters.

In “The History of Women,” Cassandra says in a class report that she admires the singer k.d. lang.




  • She is one of the few characters to not appear in the 2011 revival (Season 8). A similar character model appears without glasses, but whether or not it is her is unknown. She is also absent at the start of Beavis and Butt-head Do The Universe during the science fair. It is very unlikely she will appear in the 2022 revival due to having long graduated from Highland High and the show's infrequent usage of her in the original run.