Violet Baudelaire
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Violet Baudelaire is the eldest child of Bertrand Baudelaire and Beatrice Baudelaire's three children. She along with her siblings were the focus of Lemony Snicket's reasearch for a period of time. Her younger siblings are brother Klaus and sister Sunny. Violet is an inventor, and is known for inventing helpful items under severe time constraints and with few supplies. Violet's favorite book is The Life of Nikola Tesla, and she has a strong allergy to peppermints, which she shares with her siblings. She does not like the song, "Row, Row, Row Your Boat" because of the part, "Life is but a dream". She, like her siblings, is very polite. She, Klaus, and Sunny adopt Kit Snicket's baby daughter, Beatrice Baudelaire. In The Bad Beginning, Snicket describes Violet as having pleasant facial features, like her siblings. She hates the color pink and finds the color lavender a sickly color.

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Before the fire Edit

Prior to the demise of her parents, she enjoyed visiting the Verne Invention Museum and its many exhibits, including one of the mechanical demonstrations that had inspired her to be an inventor when she was just two years old.

When Violet Baudelaire was five years old, she won her first invention contest with an automatic rolling pin. She used a window shade and six pairs of roller skates. This clever invention earned her a gold medal and a compliment from the judge, who bet that Violet could "invent something with both her hands tied behind her back." Around her tenth birthday, she invented a new kind of pencil sharpener. she is truly amazing


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Violet Baudelaire

Violet as portrayed by Emily Browning.

In the film Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events, Violet Baudelaire is portrayed by Emily Browning.

Television seriesEdit

In the television series A Series of Unfortunate Events, Violet Baudelaire was portrayed by Malina Weissman.