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Todd Ianuzzi is a major antagonist in the Beavis and Butt-head cartoon series.
He was voiced by Toby Huss, and later by Rottilio Michieli.
Todd Ianuzzi is a 20-year-old hoodlum who is rude, arrogant, and violent. Beavis and Butt-head admire him and aspire to be included in his gang. Todd despises the duo and won't hesitate to beat them up. He will take advantage of them when he needs money or a place to hide from the police.
Todd wears mirrored sunglasses and a mechanic's shirt with the sleeves torn off and his name written on it. He has a tattoo on his right bicep of a flaming skull wearing an eye-patch and clutching a knife between its teeth. The tattoo has a message reading Life Sucks. His blonde hair is cut into a mullet style.
- Todd drives a primer patched green Plymouth Duster onto lawns, through garbage cans, and over Beavis and Butt-head's bikes.
- Originally, Todd was an idea belonging to the series' writers. They suggested him as a role model for Beavis and Butt-head.
- Todd is based on a teenage bully who terrified Mike Judge during his childhood.
- South Park villain PC Principal bears a physical and facial resemblance and has a similar personality to Todd. The key difference is that the PC Principal has redeeming qualities whereas Todd lacks any of it though neither of them were Purely Evil, though PC Principal did redeem himself whereas Todd did not.
- It is unclear as to where Todd lives. It might hint that he is a drifter and was shown going from one place to another, either by himself or with his gang and/or other women, even though he occasionally hangs around at Maxi-Mart. In addition, it is unknown if he had any parents or siblings at all.
- While he did entered Beavis and Butt-Head's house before, in the episode Safe House, when the duo was sent to jail, Todd had either stayed in their house for the rest of the day or had completely left their house afterwards once the cops had lost sight of him. And in the episode Party, he and his fellow gang partied inside their home, even leaving it completely trashed before Todd drives off.
- Todd does not appear in the movie Beavis And Butt-Head Do America.
- In the episode Steamroller, it is revealed that Todd dropped out of Highland High School, as mentioned by Stewart.
- In the episode Snitchers, which is also Todd's return and last appearance in the 2011 remake, Todd shows a more noble and honorable side to Beavis and Butt-head after he was previously charged with assaulting a man who asks for money he owes, and that the boys say it was in self-defense, but they thought it was cool, angering Todd, but also making him unable to hurt them for fear Todd would get in more trouble i.e. jailtime, and that the duo told the judge about several incidences highlighting their lack of reliability to be witnesses, and the reading throws out the court session. This episode also has references to three past episodes, which are Frog Baseball, Held Back, and Candy Sale, and that it show to reveal its continuity, despite a fifteen-year technological gap between "Beavis and Butt-Head Are Dead" and Werewolves of Highland, and that Leroy and Todd ended their rivalry and teamed up. This causes Todd's charges against him to be dropped because of Beavis and Butt-head's stupidity of being credible witnesses. Todd Ianuzzi thanks Beavis and Butt-head for getting him off the hook and gives them his and his gang's gratitude by shoving them in their truck's trunk and taking them for a drive
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