Caillou is a bald cartoon character from a Canadian children’s educational television show. We get this question all the time…”why is Caillou bald?” – And the answer is “he just is”. The meaning of Caillou is Stone or Pebble in French language. It can also mean bald head. Caillou is pronounced Kai-you, the French pronunciation is Ka’ju. According to the producers of the show Caillou does NOT have cancer. Genre Bald Cartoon Character Born 4 years old – forever Alive or Dead Alive and well but his show was cancelled in 2010 Best Known for Being a bald kid Height…Read More
Bald Cartoon Characters List in A-Z Order with Photos
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Elmer Fudd is a bald cartoon character and is one of the most loved and famous Looney Tunes characters. The bald character first appearance was in 1940 and is still active to this day. The original voice of Elmur was Arthur Q Bryan. Many other actors have embraced the voice role including Mel Blanc with roles from 1943 to 1980 and current day voice actor Billy West also known for ‘Futurama’ and ‘Ren and Stimpy’. Genre Bald Cartoon Character / Wabbit Rabbit Hunter Born 1940 United States Alive or Dead Alive and well Best Known for Bugs Bunny Cartoon Height &…Read More
Full name is Homer Jay Simpson, he is the fat, lazy and bald cartoon character from animated television show ‘The Simpsons‘. Catch phrase is “D’oh!”. Homer loves donuts, bacon and Duff beer. He dislikes ‘Mr Burns’ his rich, evil boss and owner of the Springfield nuclear power plant where he works as a low level safety inspector. Genre Bald Cartoon Character Born May 12, 1959 Springfield, USA Alive or Dead Alive and Well but still overweight Best Known for Saving Springfield from the nuclear power plant melt down NOT once but TWICE. Height & Weight 6′ 0″ / 182 cm’s…Read More
Bald Cartoon character ‘Qunicy Magoo‘ first appeared in the late 1940’s. Mr Magoo’s catch phrase was ‘”Ohh Magoo you’ve done it again”. Mister Magoo was created at the UPA – United Productions of America, an animation studio active from 1940 up until the late 70’s. The UPA was established after a strike at Walt Disney in the early 1940’s that saw many Disney animators form their own animation studio known as the Industrial Film and Poster Service. Later known as the UPA. Magoo was portrayed as a retired but rich, short sighted, bald fellow with a short temper that was…Read More