Name: Brian Belden
Birthday: October 22
Tall, with dark hair and dark eyes
Brian is the eldest of the Belden children and takes his role as the eldest
very seriously. He is patient, understanding and considerate of others and
often plays the referee between Trixie and Mart.
Brian is also the oldest Bob-White and his friends
respect his opinion and often look to him for advice. He is conservative,
serious and studious as he intends to study medicine and become a doctor at
Jim's school for underprivileged boys.
He is the first to aid an injured person and is
knowledgeable in medicine and first aid. He is often praised for his care
of injured people and takes charge in an emergency.
Brian is quick to caution Trixie and stop her from
acting impulsively. He questions her theories and often discounts them,
but he is quick to defend her when Mart's teasing gets a little too much.
The perfect role model, Brian never loses his
temper except when he is unaware that he is suffering from cyanide poisoning.
He is concerned with fairness and presenting both sides of an argument and takes
part in a hot debate regarding an environmental issue effecting the town, in the
hope that a balanced argument can be presented.
There is a hint of a romantic interest between
Brian and Honey, but it is never explored thoroughly. There is some hand
holding between them and he asks her to go as his partner to the spring dance,
but nothing more is alluded to. Trixie guesses his feeling's for Honey and
once teased him about it, but she has never teased Honey about her feelings for
Brian is his father's son and they appear to share
looks and temperament. He can be relied on to do the right thing, but he
often gets caught up in the mysteries and goes along with their plans to capture
the villain without police assistance. He often reprimands Trixie for
acting alone (or with Honey) and acts as her conscience.
Tall, dark and handsome, Brian appears to be the
perfect role model with no obvious flaws.