|Hair Color:||Dark Brown|
|Family & Friends|
|Enemies:|| Tori Vega|
|Talent:||Mentally and physically attacking others|
|First appearance:||Crazy Ponnie|
|Last appearance:||Crazy Ponnie|
|Portrayed By:||Jennette McCurdy|
Fawn Liebowitz (aka Ponnie) is a character who appears in the episode Crazy Ponnie. She is a student who befriends Tori but keeps disappearing around everyone else, making the other Hollywood Arts students think that Tori is losing her mind. She has lunch in the girls' bathroom and tells Tori that she was in the spring showcase with Tori and has been going to Hollywood Arts for three years and that she was kicked out cause they needed to make room for Tori. However, it was later revealed that the real reason she was expelled because she is mentally insane. She stole things, kept weird things in her backpack, and called everyone Debby, according to Sikowitz. She keeps an evil Tori doll, an ear of corn, and a Klingon dictionary in her backpack. It is also known that Fawn and Sikowitz are not very fond of each other, as she is seen calling him "old hippie" and he calls her a "real nutcase."
She is portrayed by Jennette McCurdy.
Fawn has a shoulder-length, dark brown hair with bangs. Her skin is pale and her eyes are brown.
Fawn is a very bitter and mean girl, who is mentally insane. She, however mentally unsound, appears to be very clever. She can act believeably, like when she shows up at Tori's house with Chinese Food, she remains in character, making André, Beck, and Robbie believe she's Linda, a random delievery girl. She also is able to change Tori's locker front in record time, and always appears one step ahead of Tori.
- Ponnie resembles Penelope Taynt from The Amanda Show.
- She may be a spin-off character of the crazy Nora Dershlit from Dan Schneider's other hit show iCarly.
- She has the last 4 letters in her last name ("witz") as Sikowitz. Fawn Liebowitz is a real name.
- She likes the smell of the cleaning products that are seen in the janitor's closet.
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