|Portrayed by||Joe Walker|
|Appearances||A Very Potter Musical|
|Songs participated in||"Different As Can Be", "To Dance Again", "Not Alone Reprise"|
|Canon counterpart||Lord Voldemort|
- "You think killing people might make them like you, but it doesn't . It just makes people dead."
Lord Voldemort is the the finest Dark Lord of all time and Harry Potter's mortal enemy. He likes snakes, folding his ties, roller skating, watching movies, and pushing people into fires.
Voldemort spends the first part of A Very Potter Musical attached to the back of Professor Quirrell's head. Voldemort soon begins to experience feelings he has never felt before while he is attached to Quirrell's head. His friendship and love for Professor Quirrell is a heartwarming moral message that continues throughout the entire play.
Voldemort eventually regains his body once he transports Harry to the graveyard via a hidden portkey (the punch ladle). Before Voldemort can finish him off, Harry finds the portkey and returns to Hogwarts. Voldemort gains complete control over Hogwarts after killing Cornelius Fudge and arranging Albus Dumbledore's "death". Once more, Voldemort fails to defeat Harry when he presents him with an ultimatum; he must either sacrifice himself or Voldemort and his Death Eaters will kill anyone who attempts to defend Harry. This results in Voldemort's own demise. He lives due to Quirrell's love shield for him and meets Quirrell in Azkaban, finishing the musical.
In A Very Potter Senior Year, Voldemort once again tries to return, he uses through his Diary (which he contiunely refers as a journal) as he possess Ginny, causing her to bring the Bailisk out to attack students at Hogwarts. In the Chamber, Voldemort attempts to kill Harry again, and believing that if kills Ginny he can be brought back with the Resurrection Stone. But this failed as Harry stabbed the Diary with the Sword of Gryffindor, and killed the Bailisk with the sword also.