|Hair Color:||Light Brown|
|Family & Friends|
|Family:||Trudie Tayibi (Mother)|
|Relationships:||Nienke Martens (Crush)|
|Enemies:|| Fabian Ruitenburg|
Joyce van Bodegraven
|First appearance:||Het Huis Anubis Seizoen 2 Aflevering 157|
|Last appearance:||Het Huis Anubis Seizoen 2 Aflevering 182|
|Portrayer:||Robert van Laar|
|Other Versions:||Benny Schäfer (German)|
Jimmy Tayibi is a handyman on the Anubis house and also the son of Trudie. He is portrayed by Robert van Laar.
Jimmy is the son of Trudie, he sleeps in the room of Fabian and Mick. He came in the house as a handyman and all girls in the house were immediately attracted to him. Jimmy found Nienke nice and wanted her so he tries to take her away from Fabian. He invited Nienke to watch a movie and when they returned to the house, Fabian sees them on the entrance, almost gonna kiss, then he goes back on his room, angry, but they didn't kiss cause Nienke doesn't want to. Patricia, Amber, and Joyce finds out that Jimmy is a jerk when the three waited for him the the bathroom at the same time for a date. Then, when Victor's birthday was celebrated in the house, the three embarassed him by pouring juice on his head. Angry, he goes to the laundry room and changes his clothes. Nienke, saw what happened and went to the laundry room. In there, they talk and actually kissed. Nienke, then regrets kissing Jimmy, then after that, she started avoiding Jimmy, and wants to say sorry to Fabian. Then, when Nienke was in the hospital, he steals the locket and the letter that Nienke gave to Fabian. But, Patricia sees him in the room reading the letter and keeping it in his safe. Patricia told this to Fabian and makes a plan to get the letter and the locket to Fabian. When they've got the letter, Jimmy sees them, but was embarrassed and leaves. A day later, he leaves Anubis house and never came back.
- He never was in the wedding of her mother
- He steals the locket and the letter for Fabian when Nienke was in the hospital
- All residents in the Anubis House were very annoyed of him since he came.