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Top 45 Most Popular Bald Cartoon Characters Of All Time
Shivam-Updated Feb 8, 2023
For years in film and animation industries across the globe, bald characters have been depicted as either evil or creepy.
However, we have seen an inevitable change in the on-screen portrayal of such characters in the recent past. Today, going bald for the big or small screen is considered to be both neat and aerodynamic.
Better still, such characters create the perception of being more versatile with remarkable ease. Thankfully, this change has slowly taken precedence in the mainstream as the viewers have gotten acquainted with several bald characters that are depicted as bonafide heroes in big-ticket releases.
Moreover, it is imperative to mention that numerous iconic and famous cartoon characters such as Garfield, Olive Oyl, and Snoopy have also gone on to shave their heads to raise awareness about kids battling cancer.
So, without further ado, let us fetch you a list of the best animated/cartoon characters whose personalities have made you acknowledge and appreciate the bald way of life.
45. Ollie Williams (Family Guy)
Ollie Williams, who is the weatherman with the BlaccuWeather forecast and the sports correspondent for Channel 5 Action News, is one of the minor supporting characters in Family Guy.
He made his debut appearance in the episode "Mr. Saturday Knight" and has continued to be seen sporadically ever since, albeit only for a few seconds.
Williams usually only has a line or two to utter that are yelled rather quickly. This recurring bald character is later revealed to be an alcoholic.
44. King Candy (Wreck-It Ralph)
King Candy is the flamboyant, self-proclaimed ruler of Sugar Rush; a kart-racing video game set in a candy-themed kingdom in the animated motion picture, titled Wreck-It Ralph.
He was earlier known as Turbo and was one of the most admirable characters in the arcade. However, his popularity was soon superseded by the rise of newer games.
Mad with jealousy, he later hacked into Sugar Rush's codes and transformed himself into a figure known as King Candy; all with the sole purpose of regaining his lost glory.
43. Herbert Garrison (South Park)
Herbert Garrison, who was formerly known as Janet Garrison, is a 4th-grade teacher at South Park Elementary in the hit animated television series, South Park.
Voiced by Trey Parker, Mr. Garrison was a man throughout the first nine seasons of South Park. However, he received a gender confirmation surgery after that and became a woman.
He didn't stop there, though. The bald teacher later got a reverse sex change operation to become a male again.
Be that as it may, Mr. Garrison's confidence was on full display when he decided to run for President in season nineteen.
42. Dopey (Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs)
Dopey is the youngest of the seven dwarfs in Disney's classic animated feature film, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, which was released in 1937.
His name stems from the fact that he is considered to be both inept and silly by his peers.
However, he is seldom punished for his shenanigans; primarily because he acts in the vein of an innocent and immature toddler.
Also, Dopey is the only dwarf who doesn't speak. Instead, one can find him communicating through pantomime. Irrespective of what anyone says, we find Dopey to be truly dope!
41. Grand Master Dashi (Xiaolin Showdown)
Yet another bald supporting character from Xiaolin Showdown to make it to our list is Grand Master Dashi.
Voiced efficiently by Tom Kenny, he was the legendary Xiaolin Dragon and the only person that defeated Wuya about 1500 years ago.
If we go by what the Ancient Scroll of the Shen Gong Wu has to say, Dashi was the greatest Xiaolin Warrior of all time.
40. Monk Guan (Xiaolin Showdown)
Those who have been able to catch hold of Monk Guan in Xiaolin Showdown would remember him for being an ally of the Xiaolin Monks as well as best friends with Grand Master Dashi and Chase Young once upon a time.
He was a tall, muscular, and good-looking man with a bald head who was usually calm to the people around him.
Even though he came across as a thoughtful mentor figure, Monk Guan could even revamp into a ruthless individual when he turned evil.
39. Chef Hatchet (Total DramaRama)
Chef Hatchet is an aggressive and military-tough sidekick, co-host, and friend of Total DramaRama host Chris. He can himself be seen hosting the show in several episodes and is, in fact, the only other major member of the staff besides Chris to be featured extensively on Total DramaRama.
Even though his meals have been slammed by all but a few competitors, a few episodes actually do suggest that Chef does have exceptional kitchen skills.
Having said that, one can even find him taking over as the host on rare occasions in the absence of Chris.
38. Shan-Tai-Yeh Soon (Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat)
Also known as "The Foolish Magistrate", Shan-Tai-Yeh Soon is the ruler of the province in the animated television series Sagwa, the Chinese Siamese Cat.
Although he has been portrayed as a just and reasonable ruler for the better part of the show, one can find him making important decisions without reason and under the influence of his wife, Tai-Tai.
The Foolish Magistrate is a large and absent-minded man who seems to be very fond of his cats. However, he is deathly afraid of rats.
One can even argue that his love for cats stems from his fear of mice.
37. Lenny Baxter (Powerpuff Girls)
Make way for the greedy comic book geek and the main antagonist of the episode "Collect Her" from the hit animated series Powerpuff Girls.
Lenny Baxter is so obsessed with the trio that he seems to own every piece of Powerpuff Girls merchandise ever made.
His grave obsession can be gauged from the fact that he even refuses to open the packages, claiming that it would damage the items' collectors' value.
That said, the aforementioned episode shows Baxter abducting the Powerpuff Girls and putting them in packages.
36. Blendin Benjamin Blandin (Gravity Falls)
Besides being a supporting character and former antagonist in Gravity Falls, Blendin Blandin is a time traveler from the year 207̃012.
He has been sent on a mission to present-day Gravity Falls, Oregon to remove a series of time anomalies left behind by Dipper and Mabel Pines.
The actions of the Pines twins not only end up costing him his job but also land him in prison.
Needless to say, it spoils his rapport with them. However, not long after the aforementioned events, Blendin Blandin can be seen making up with the twins and regaining his post.
35. Hans Moleman (The Simpsons)
Best known for his 10-second short film Man Getting Hit by Football in "A Star Is Burns", Hans Moleman is a mole-like man who happens to have terrible luck.
There is a running gag in the show of him getting killed by various accidents, yet somehow returning unharmed later on.
This led to some viewers rightfully calling him The Simpsons version of South Park’s Kenny McCormick, or "The Kenny of Springfield".
Moleman, however, has cataracts and is almost entirely blind. That is precisely why he can be seen carrying a brown cane with him wherever he goes.
34. Dil Pickles (Rugrats)
Dylan Prescott "Dil" Pickles is the younger brother of Tommy Pickles, younger son of Stu and Didi, and the younger cousin of Angelica Pickles on the Nickelodeon shows Rugrats and All Grown Up!.
Needless to mention, he is the youngest member of the Rugrats. The character, which has been voiced by Tara Strong, is shown to have taken birth in The Rugrats Movie.
Since Dil is only an infant, he seems to want everything that he develops a liking for. The viewers can find him doing everything that he can in his power to fetch it.
His big brother, Tommy, wishes to take the "responsibility" to teach him about how things work in this complex and unkind world.
33. Al McWhiggin (Toy Story 2)
One of the two main antagonists of Disney-Pixar's animated feature film, Toy Story 2, Al McWhiggin is a greedy toy collector who is more than determined to collect rare toys in exchange for money.
Desirous as he might be, he can also come across as witty when he needs to be. However, one should never mistake him for being dumb for Al is as intelligent as they come and collects toys in ways best suited to his interests.
McWhiggin, whose mind is often preoccupied with materialistic pleasures, is never seen breaking or mishandling the toys.
That said, some of his antics make him come across as both immature and rude in equal measure; especially when he is seen contacting businesses.
32. Benjamin Grimm (Marvel Animated Universe)
Ben Grimm, who is also known as 'The Thing', is a superhero and founding member of the Fantastic Four.
He is recognized for his trademark orange rocky appearance, seemingly bald head, sense of humor, blue eyes, and his famous battle cry, "It's clobberin' time!" The Thing is a belligerent monster who mostly lets his fists do the talking.
He often comes across as grumpy; a trait that resembles that of the Hulk. Besides being super strong, he is also known for his ability to breathe underwater for an extended period.
It is also compulsory to mention that The Thing doesn't age and that he happens to be both an exceptional pilot and an astronaut.
31. Darth Maul (Star Wars: The Clone Wars)
Fans of the Star Wars universe would be more than familiar with the formidable Darth Maul. He was a Dathomirian Zabrak Sith lord, the first known trainee of Darth Sidious, and, of course, Obi-Wan Kenobi's archenemy.
Maul was shown to be taken by Sidious from his home and, consequently, separated from his two brothers, Savage Opress and Feral.
Soon after, he is compelled to train to be a weapon fueled by the dark side of the Force.
Right before the Clone Wars, he could be seen getting bisected by Obi-Wan Kenobi during the Trade Federation invasion of Naboo.
Even though he was presumed dead, Maul happens to have survived this encounter.
30. Stanley Griff (Stanley)
The titular protagonist of the animated television series of the same first name is a highly imaginative young lad.
Stanley Griff seems to be extremely fond of animals. That is perhaps why he has a few pets: a goldfish named Dennis, a dog named Harry, and a cat named Elsie.
While his older brother Lionel is often seen enjoying playing his electric guitar, his father loves spending time at home sketching cartoons.
His mother, on the other hand, happens to be a dentist. Stanley's love for animals can be witnessed when, after having entered his book, he acquires the amazing skill and ability to not only speak to animals but also transform into any animal he can change into.
29. Abe Simpson II (The Simpsons)
Abraham Jebediah "Abe" Simpson II, commonly known as Grampa Simpson, is one of the major recurring characters in The Simpsons.
He is the oldest patriarch of the Simpson family, who apparently served diligently in the Second World War.
However, it is depicted that the war veteran is later sent to the Springfield Retirement Castle by Homer, where he happens to spend most of his days.
Known for his long, rambling, and inaccurate stories, Grampa is often ignored by his family, due to his age and apparent senility.
28. Squidward Tentacles (SpongeBob SquarePants)
One of the ten main characters of the SpongeBob SquarePants franchise, Squidward Tentacles is SpongeBob's and Patrick's irascible neighbor and coworker who lives in an Easter Island head.
He comes across as an unpleasant artist and musician and his favorite hobbies are painting self-portraits and playing the clarinet.
Even though he claims to be an artist, Squidward can be very pessimistic and self-indulgent when he wants to be.
He can often be seen working as the cashier at the Krusty Krab. Furthermore, he is almost always irritated by SpongeBob's loud and cheerful behavior.
27. Omi (Xiaolin Showdown)
This bald buddy of ours has been portrayed as one of the most skillful characters in Xiaolin Showdown. The Xiaolin Warrior was seen making his maiden screen appearance in the debut episode of the show itself.
Omi, who was chosen to become the next generation of Xiaolin Dragons, was always seen wearing his temple robes when traveling outside the temple, irrespective of the location or environment.
Talented as he may be, he can even come across as a bit egotistical and naïve at times. And, even though he had an isolated upbringing, he tries to comprehend the respective cultures of his teammates.
26. Gargamel (The Smurfs)
Gargamel is one of the main characters of the Smurfs comic books, the 1980s Smurfs cartoon show, and the 2021 Smurfs cartoon show, respectively.
When the 1980s cartoon show premiered, he was shown to be the main villain in it. The character, who is despised by Grouchy Smurf, continued to plot against the Smurfs to capture and/or eliminate them.
In his various schemes, he is backed by his cat Azrael, and later by a young apprentice named Scruple.
It is imperative to mention that Gargamel can go to extreme lengths to ensure that his plans see the light of day.
He can be downright ruthless when he wishes to be and can even be glimpsed having a good time tormenting the Smurfs.
25. Charles Montgomery Burns (The Simpsons)
Charles Montgomery Burns, who is better known as Mr. Burns, is the owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant in the blockbuster American animated series, The Simpsons.
Besides being the main antagonist of The Simpsons franchise, he is also Springfield's richest, oldest, and most powerful citizen.
Even though Mr. Burns comes across as physically frail, don't mistake him for being weak. He is known to have used his relentless and ruthless tactics to get whatever he wants.
24. Uncle Fester (The Addams Family)
If you stumble upon Uncle Fester, it is highly likely that you would be able to recognize him by his appearance.
This is not only because he is a bald, hunched, and barrel-shaped man but also because he has sunken eyes and a deranged smile; one that you may not easily forget.
Often seen wearing a heavy, full-length fur coat, Fester has a bizarre ability to conduct electricity. Claiming that he possesses 110 watts of power, he goes on to demonstrate his strength by putting a light bulb in his mouth, which, of course, illuminates.
That said, he is also someone who appears to suffer from severe migraine. His pain is eased only after he puts his head in a screw press and tightens it deeply around his head.
23. Monk Gyatso (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
Monk Gyatso, who was an Airbender of the Northern Air Temple's Council of Elders, is a minor character in Avatar: The Last Airbender.
He is credited with training and raising Aang in the monastery in the period just before the One-Hundred-Year War.
We now understand why Aang went on to assert that Gyatso was, in fact, the greatest Airbender in the world of his time.
Even though he was known for his kindness and wisdom, Gyatso had a great sense of humor as well.
He also stressed the significance of balance while training as an Airbender.
22. Richard Buckley Watterson (The Amazing World of Gumball)
The adorable-looking Richard Watterson is the central character of the British-American Cartoon Network series, titled The Amazing World of Gumball, which premiered in 2011.
Also a recurring character in The Gumball Chronicles, he portrays the beloved father in the Watterson family. However, unlike most fathers out there, Richard isn't exactly a good role model to his children in any way.
While his suggestions are often misguided and unwise, his lifestyle is wayward, to say the least. Be that as it may, Richard harbors good intentions in his heart and loves his family immeasurably.
21. Captain Underpants (The Captain Underpants Franchise)
Captain Underpants, who is the titular tritagonist of the Captain Underpants franchise, is the alter ego of Benjamin Krupp.
As Krupp's alter ego, he appears as a bald man who thrives on his superhuman strength, flight, and ability to overcome Spray Starch.
To be honest, most of you will be of the opinion that Captain Underpants, in many ways, is a Superman with Attack Potency of a Large Planet level.
Believe us when we say that he is swift enough to fly to Uranus and back in 15 minutes; something that makes him faster than light. Yes, you read that right!
20. Mr. Magoo (Mister Magoo)
Quincy Magoo, simply known as Mr. Magoo, is a bald cartoon character that was created at the UPA animation studio way back in 1949.
Mr. Magoo was portrayed to be a retired but wealthy bald fellow who had temper issues. Needless to say, he always found himself getting into tricky situations.
However, more than his short temper, his nearsightedness had a major part to play in his getting entangled in rather comical circumstances.
Having said that, what added to his issues was his stubborn refusal to admit that there was a problem in the first place.
Wow, don't we see a lot of us embodying the character traits of Mr. Magoo in the real world!?
19. Caillou (Caillou)
When kids first chanced upon Caillou, a bald cartoon character from a Canadian children’s educational television show, they were left wondering why his head was shaved.
The answer to their bewilderment is that it just was. The name Caillou is actually pronounced Kai-you. Come to think of it, the meaning of the term is "Stone" or "Pebble" in the French language and the word is also sometimes used to signify a bald head.
Contrary to what the rumors carried back then, the producers of the show clarified that Caillou is not battling terminal cancer.
When it comes to his persona, this little bald guy is shown to be adventurous, caring, and helpful. One can often find his imaginative mind questioning the ways of the world and readying itself for potential adventures.
18. Master Fung (Xiaolin Showdown)
Master Fung, who is usually seen offering guidance with confusing phrases to the monks, is one of the major supporting characters in Xiaolin Showdown.
Since he is both the Xiaolin Master and a martial arts teacher, he is extremely tough on the four Dragons when it comes to training.
He is known to have lived in the Xiaolin Temple with Dojo and the Dragons-in-training and was always kind to them whenever they came to him looking for guidance and wisdom.
Master Fung was also sometimes seen meditating with other members of the Temple. He made it his duty to teach the Monks daily.
Therefore, it is only fitting to point out that everyone should be fortunate enough to have a guru like him.
17. Doctor Ivo "Eggman" Robotnik (Sonic the Hedgehog Franchise)
Doctor Eggman is the chief antagonist of the Sonic the Hedgehog series. This self-proclaimed genius megalomaniac has an incredible IQ of 300.
Unfortunately, he does not wish to use his scientific power for peaceful endeavors. Instead, the doctor can be seen frequently hatching a plot to establish his Eggman Empire.
His ultimate dream is to have his dream city, Eggmanland, reach the four corners of planet earth. Fortunately for the people on earth, Sonic the Hedgehog and his friends always find a way to foil his wicked plans.
This, however, does not demolish the spirit of Eggman, who almost always has a scheme in place.
16. Zaheer (The Legend of Korra)
Apart from being the leader of the Red Lotus, Zaheer is also a martial arts expert and an anarchist, who strongly believes in the foundation of a new world sans the Order of the White Lotus, the four nations, or the Avatar.
Following the Harmonic Convergence of 171 AG, he also became an airbender, and, soon after that, he was able to utilize his ability of flight.
This made him only the second person in history to do so. As the series progresses, the viewers catch hold of Zaheer and his comrades getting captured and imprisoned in different, high-security prisons.
However, after having become an airbender years later, he not only escapes the custody of the Order of the White Lotus but also goes on to free his allies.
15. Nigel 'Numbuh 1' Uno (Codename: Kids Next Door)
The main protagonist of the animated series, Codename: Kids Next Door, is someone who has taken the onus on himself to protect kids from adults.
He's the bald, British leader and the head operative of Sector V, and the current Earth representative to the Galactic Kids Next Door.
Numbuh 1, who is described as a tactical genius by some kids and as a paranoid workaholic by others, can be seen speaking in an English accent throughout the show.
This is because his parents hail from England and he, himself, was born there. Unlike most of us in the world today, Numbuh 1 is known for taking his responsibilities rather seriously.
14. Bane (DC Animated Universe)
Ardent fans of Batman must duly be familiar with the fact that Bane was a chemically-boosted assassin who was hired by Rupert Thorne to kill the Caped Crusader.
While Bane is seen in a costume of sorts in the DC Animated Universe, most of us believe that he has little or no hair on his head; something that was elucidated by Tom Hardy's magnificent portrayal of the character in Christopher Nolan's The Dark Knight Rises.
Throughout the years, Bane has been fascinated by Batman and his antics. Not only has he studied him carefully but he has also hoped for a long time that he gets to face and overpower the superhero when the time is right.
It is worth mentioning that this violent super-criminal possesses great intellect and enormous strength. Better still, his capabilities are enhanced by a drug called Venom.
13. Tenzin (The Legend of Korra)
Tenzin, besides being the youngest child of Avatar Aang and Katara, is also the oldest living airbending master. He is known to live on Air Temple Island with the Air Acolytes, his wife Pema, and their four children: Jinora, Ikki, Meelo, and Rohan.
Since he was the only airbender to have been born in over a hundred years, he was extensively taught the long-standing traditions of the Air Nomads by his beloved father.
In due time, he was able to earn the traditional Air Nomad arrow tattoos, signifying his status as an airbending master.
Also, before Aang's death, he inherited most of his father's mementos. Even though Tenzin is always expected to be serene and detached, he can be temperamental from time to time.
We don't blame him; he is only human after all.
12. Megamind (Megamind)
One of the smartest bald guys to make it to our list is the titular character from the acclaimed animated feature film, Megamind.
The character has been given the bald look by its designers to make the viewers believe that he is super-smart and could be difficult to beat.
A true-blue antagonist who later transforms into a superhero, Megamind can be recognized by his robotic minions, dark clothes, and the constant jibes that he takes on his arch-rival, Metro Man.
Even though he is usually quite vain, boastful, and confident, his long-term plan has never been to kill anyone for personal gain.
11. Eustace Bagge (Courage the Cowardly Dog)
Eustace Bagge is one of the three main characters in the much-loved American animated series Courage the Cowardly Dog.
He is Muriel's cranky husband and one of Courage's two owners. One can recognize the old man by his mere appearance.
While he has little to no teeth, his brown hat is always seen shielding his bald head. However, what the hat cannot shield is his urge to belittle Courage whenever he gets a chance to.
Despite being one of the main characters on the show, Eustace can also be seen stepping into the shoes of the antagonist from time to time; something that provides his character with a definitive edge.
10. Stewart Gilligan Griffin (Family Guy)
Stewie Griffin, whose head happens to be shaped like a football, is one of the two tritagonists of Family Guy.
This flamboyant baby prodigy is the youngest child of Peter and Lois Griffin. While most kids his age are obsessed beyond measure with toys, this little guy here only seems to fantasize about world domination and matricide.
Even though Stewie is well-spoken and has commendable command of the English language, he can come across as both curt and wicked at times; depending on his rather unpredictable mood swings.
Having said that, his sexual orientation continues to remain a topic of debate among the viewers of the show to date.
9. Tommy Pickles (Rugrats)
Thomas Malcolm "Tommy" Pickles, who is lovingly called Tommy Pickles, is the main protagonist of Nickelodeon's animated television series Rugrats.
He is usually seen wearing only a t-shirt and a diaper. He has no hair on his head and has big blank eyes which seem like they are always ready to talk.
Even though Tommy speaks in a soft voice, he translates everything adult into baby gibberish, which could be difficult for some people to comprehend.
Be that as it may, this beloved one-year-old character is intelligent, courageous, compassionate, and even articulate. It is only fitting then that he is our leader of the band of Rugrats.
8. Elmer J. Fudd (Looney Tunes)
One of the most popular Looney Tunes characters, Elmer Fudd has one of the most disputed origin stories in the Warner Bros. cartoon pantheon.
A true-blue enemy to Bugs Bunny, he is one of the series' main recurring miscreants, along with Marvin the Martian and Yosemite Sam.
However, what separates him from the tyrannical Marvin and the malevolent Sam is the fact that Elmer is mindless and unlikely to do Bugs great harm.
This is more than apparent when he can be seen seriously hurting himself and/or other antagonizing characters whenever he is on his relentless quest to hunt Bugs.
Known more for his unique voice than his personality, Elmer Fudd is also armed with his famous nervous laughter; one that indicates that he is trying to buy time and assess the situation around him.
7. Charlie Brown (Peanuts)
A protagonist in the Peanuts comic strip, Charles "Charlie" Brown has been widely regarded as one of the finest cartoon characters of all time.
Irrespective of what people think, he is actually not entirely bald. Brown has a tiny curl of hair at the front of his head and a little in the back.
Since his hair is clipped too short, it appears like he has "no hair" at all. What makes him stand out is the fact that he is basically the everyday man that we all can and do relate to in more ways than one.
When he fails at what he does, it pushes him to overthink things. However, the strength of his personality lies in the fact that he is an optimistic individual who wishes to keep trying.
Unlike most of us in the real world, what keeps this bald lad going is that he believes that no matter what the past holds, his next day can always be better.
6. Aang (Avatar: The Last Airbender)
Born to two Air Nomads in 12 BG, Avatar Aang's iconic design and clean-shaven head have long become a legend.
He shaves his head on a daily basis not only to show off his people's tattoos but also because it is an integral part of his tradition; one that is similar to monks and priests in the real world.
Aang, who is in his most iconic form when his head is shaven, is otherwise a playful, peaceful, and determined character.
Even though he doesn't like fighting, he is willing to stand up for the people who are under the rule of Fire Nation.
As the Avatar of his time, he is the only individual capable of using all four bending arts: airbending, waterbending, earthbending, and firebending.
5. Alexander Luthor (DC Animated Universe)
Alexander Luthor, also popularly known as Lex Luthor, is one of Earth's most brilliant minds and Superman's arch-nemesis. His presence within the DC Animated Universe provides it with a ton of energy.
Not much has been revealed about the origin of this powerful businessman and criminal mastermind. However, what the viewers do know is that he is an admirable self-made man who assembled a vast fortune and went on to establish LexCorp successfully.
All thanks to his ruthless business tactics and natural genius, LexCorp turned out to be one of the largest corporations in the United States of America.
His devious nature and cold attitude, coupled with his ego and pride, compelled him to position himself as the face of the city.
Needless to mention, he was even seen donating millions to charity and erecting libraries, schools, and hospitals in his name.
Therefore, it is only fitting for us to mention that you shouldn't mess with this shrewd bald man.
4. Felonius Gru (The Despicable Me Franchise)
Aside from being the son of Marlena Gru and the late Robert Gru, Felonius Gru happens to be the main protagonist of the Despicable Me franchise of animated feature films.
The former supervillain and husband of AVL agent Lucy Wilde, he has always dreamt of going to the moon.
Gru, who has three adopted daughters, is also the leader of the Minions. He is friends with Dr. Nefario and is also the twin brother of Dru Gru; one who he has been separated from since birth.
As the story of the franchise progresses, the viewers discover that Gru was always bullied as a child. It damaged both his self-esteem and self-confidence; so much so that he was never even able to ask a girl out for a cup of coffee.
His problems eventually led him to be the man that we know him as today. Be that as it may, one can find him appreciating the efforts made by the Minions in the pursuit of his ambition.
To sum it up, never underestimate the agility of Felonius Gru, and, especially not his intelligence.
3. Professor Charles Xavier (X-Men TV Series)
Make for the powerful telepathic mutant and the undisputed leader of the X-Men, Charles Xavier. Also known as Professor X, he is one of the most popular bald fictional cartoon characters to make it to our list.
As far-fetched as it may sound, his lifelong dream has been to see mutants and humans coexist in peace and harmony in the world.
In order to realize this dream, Professor X's students took the onus on themselves to form a superhero team that fights to ensure that justice prevails.
The squad went on to call itself the X-Men. What is worth mentioning is the fact that the professor is considered to be the most powerful non-cosmic telepathic being in the Marvel universe.
You'd be surprised to learn that his indomitable will and powers can allow him to control the minds of every living thing on Earth if he truly decides to.
2. Popeye (Popeye)
One of the most loved cartoon characters in history, Popeye is a sailor who is the main protagonist of the immensely popular Popeye franchise.
As kids, we have all grown up listening to the magnetic theme song, "I'm Popeye the Sailor Man"; one that does justice to the enigmatic persona of the character.
Best known for his squinting (or entirely missing) right eye, massive forearms, and super-humanly strength, the post-spinach Popeye is not someone you'd like to mess with.
One can measure how strong exactly his arms are by taking into account the fact that he can even lasso the sun and pull it up just so the morning would come sooner than usual.
Not only that but he can also blow it out at will to get to spend some private time with his beloved Olive Oy.
1. Homer Jay Simpson (The Simpsons)
He may be overweight, lazy, and often ignorant of the world around him, but Homer Simpson is also arguably the most loved bald cartoon character of all time.
One of the main protagonists of The Simpsons series (or show), he is the spouse of Marge Simpson and the father of Bart, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson, respectively.
One can call him scatterbrained or clueless, but they also have to duly acknowledge the fact that he is both loving and caring towards the people that matter to him.
Even though his strength lies in his family, we can witness him putting his underrated bravery on display from time to time.
While Homer may come across as your "everyday man", his experiences help in providing him with wisdom when necessary.
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