Stuart Little is a white-haired mouse who lives with the Little family in New York City.
In the novel, Stuart was born to the Littles, and the family adapted to having such a small son. He could walk as soon as he was born, and he could climb lamps by shinnying the cord at one week old. The family was then concerned about mouse references in literature, such as ripping out the Three Blind Mice page in their nursery rhymes book, and changing the word mouse to louse in The Night Before Christmas.
In the film, Stuart was born to a mouse couple and lived happily with them until one day, Stuart's biological parents died in an accident inside of a supermarket, where they crashed into a tower of mushroom's cream cans while they were buying victuals. Afterwards, Stuart had to live at the orphanage with the other children and Mrs. Keeper, the one who runs the place. As he grew up there for a long time, he started to know almost everything about the children and their personalities.
In the first film, Reginald and Camille Stout showed up at the Little house and announced they were Stuart's real parents. After being introduced to the Stouts by George, a heartbroken Stuart (who wanted to stay with the Littles) packed up his suitcases and was driven home by the Stouts. However, Mrs. Keeper told Mr. and Mrs. Little that the Stouts aren't really Stuart's parents, which made the Littles realize that Stuart's been kidnapped and they put up flyers of Stuart's picture all around the city. Eventually, Stuart was forced to run way from his fake parents' castle home, hid from Smokey's gang of cats, and drove back to the Littles.
- It is unknown what Stuart's middle name is.
- Despite being considered the middle child in the family, Stuart is old enough to drive, since he has his own car.
- It is also interesting to note that Stuart is able to fly a plane with no training.
“ Man, I do love human suffering. It brings me a joy like no other. There’re pain gives me more lives to continue living past my normal life span.”
- Stuart Explaining his cruel mind