28 Most Memorable Big-Teeth Cartoon Characters in Pop Culture

These big-teeth cartoon characters are sure to make an impression on anyone, whether they are from classic cartoons or the latest blockbuster movie.

Cartoon characters have a wide variety of personalities. Characters’ teeth play a significant role in their identities. When we talk about big teeth, bugs bunny comes to mind first.

Whatever the cartoonist imagines about the overall personality of a fictional character can be its attire, creepy yet cute face, body shape, and so on.

Cartoons With Big Teeth

There are a lot of characters in various TV shows, books, movies, and video games that have buck teeth. Below are cartoon characters that are most famous for their big teeth.

Bugs Bunny

Bug Bunny cartoon character with big teeth

In 1940, Warner Bros. created Bugs Bunny as a cartoon character. A famous catchphrase of his is “What’s up, Doc?” He outsmarts his adversaries, usually antagonistic hunters or stereotypical gangsters. There is a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Bugs and his appearances in numerous animated shorts and films.

SpongeBob SquarePants

SpongeBob - cartoons with big teeth

Animator Stephen Hillenburg created SpongeBob SquarePants, a popular animated television series. An underwater town called Bikini Bottom is the setting for SpongeBob, a cheerful sea sponge. Since SpongeBob debuted on Nickelodeon in 1999, there have been a variety of spin-off media, merchandise, and feature films based on the show.

Rabbit – Winnie The Pooh

Rabbit - Winnie The Pooh - buck teeth cartoon

There is a fictional character named Rabbit in the book and cartoon Winnie-the-Pooh. As a friend of Winnie-the-Pooh, he considers himself practical and takes the lead, although not always with the desired results. Rabbit has very distinctive buck teeth.

Laura Limpin

Laura Limpin - Female Cartoons With Big Teeth

Typically, Laura is a sweet girl who loves birthdays, but when she feels angry, she becomes The Big Badolescent. Consequently, she is rarely invited to birthday parties for this reason alone. In transforming, her muscles grow massively, her number of pimples increases, and her voice deepens.

Stanley From Cars

Stanley from cars - smiling teeth cartoon

In the Disney/Pixar Cars franchise, Stanley was Lizzie’s husband and the founder of Radiator Springs. Throughout most of the series, he is deceased, and his statue is all that remains of him.

Wilford Wolf (Animaniacs)

Wilford Wolf large cartoon characters

Wilford B. Wolf is a character from Minerva Mink’s cartoon “Moon Over Minerva” who loves Minerva. Under the moonlight, when he transforms into a werewolf, she discovers a more appealing side to him.

Billy – The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy

Billy - The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy

After winning a limbo contest against the Grim Reaper, Billy and Mandy befriend the Grim Reaper. As a result of their loss, the Grim Reaper becomes their friend, and they all go on adventures together. Those are orange tank engines that run very fast on railroad tracks. Only when he smiles and laughs can you see his big teeth.

Goofy – Big Teeth Cartoons

Goofy - Big Teeth Cartoons

The Walt Disney Company created the cartoon character Goofy. He wears a rumpled fedora hat, pants, shoes, white gloves, and a turtle neck and vest typical of an anthropomorphic dog.

Max Goof

Max Goof - cartoon with gap teeth

A Disney character from the Disney series Goofy’s family is Maximilian “Max” Goof. As Max Goof, he appeared in the 1992 television series Goof Troop following his 1951 appearance in short “Father Are People.”


Pinky - Mouse Cartoon With Teeth

Sid – Ice Age

Sid - Ice Age


Diego Tiger Cartoon With Large Teeth

Another cartoon legendary from the animated movie, ‘Ice age,’ is the saber tooth tiger. There is no doubt that those long and sharp teeth can rip anyone apart in no time. As portrayed by this cartoon character, Diego shows true bravery in the movie, and the audience enjoys the fighting scenes.

Montana Max

Montana Max

The main antagonist of Tiny Toon Adventures is Montana Max, a young, brown-haired boy.

Edna Mode

Edna Mode Girl Cartoon With Big Smile And Teeth

Mort Goldman

Mort Goldman

Neil Goldman’s father is Mort Goldman, the widower of Muriel Goldman.

Richard Watterson

Richard Watterson Pink Cartoon Large Mouth



Olaf Large Big Tooth Cartoon



Tow Mater

Tow Mater

Harold Berman

Harold Berman

Chip and Dale

Chip and Dale

Despite living among cartoons and humans in Los Angeles today, Chip and Dale’s lives have changed. The former cast mates must repair their broken friendship when a former cast mate mysteriously disappears

Timmy Turner

Timmy Turner

Nickelodeon’s The Fairly OddParents features Timmy Turner as its main protagonist. Until Channel Chasers, his idiotic parents refuse to believe that his babysitter Vicky is evil, and Wanda and Cosmo are his fairy godparents.

Lincoln Loud

Lincoln Loud

Chuckie Finster

Chuckie Finster

In Rugrats in Paris: The Movie, Chuckie is the protagonist, but in Rugrats in Paris: The Series, he plays the deuteragonist. When Chuckie was a few months old, his mother, Melinda, died of an illness.

Verminious Snaptrap

Verminious Snaptrap

Sandy Cheeks

Sandy Cheeks - characters with crooked teeth

In the Nickelodeon franchise SpongeBob SquarePants, Sandra Jennifer “Sandy” Cheeks plays a central role. A diving suit-wearing anthropomorphic squirrel who lives underwater.

Sadness (Inside Out)

Sadness (Inside Out) - buck teeth cartoon

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