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15 Cartoon Characters with Long Chins 

Cartoon characters feature exaggerated parts to make them memorable and distinctive. While most characters have long eyes, hair, ears or nose, one feature that stands out is a long chin. 

Whether the character symbolizes authority, adds a comedic charm or signifies age, we love them, and they have entertained us since childhood. 

This post will revisit 15 cartoon characters with long chins.

1.   Eustace Bagge 

Eustace Bagge, known for his role in the Courage the Cowardly Dog, is a farmer living in the middle of nowhere with his darling wife Muriel and their dog Courage.

He is known for his green overall, grumpy demeanor, hat and his long chin. His character provides comic relief while portraying human insecurities and fears that add to the surreal horror comedy series. 

2.   Genie 

Genie from the Disney series Aladdin is a wise and experienced advisor. He is known for his larger-than-life personality, making him a good blend of wisdom, kindness and humor.

His flamboyant demeanor, mystical powers, and long chin make him stand out, and his friendship and mentorship with Aladdin are timeless. From his expressive face, signature blue color, and long chin, he embodies the charm and magic of Disney animation. 

3.   The Fates 

The Fates are mortals believed to be controlled by mythical beings from birth till death. Three fates, including Lachesisi, Atropos, and Clotho, are independent of the gods of Underwood and Olympus.

They are arrogant, rude and grumpy and are featured quarrelling and arguing constantly among themselves. One distinctive feature is their long chin and blue bodies. 

4.   Dr Doofenshmirtz 

Dr Doofenshmrtz is an evil scientist who stays in Drusselstein, known to cause chaos in the Tri-State area.

He has a unique appearance with round eyes, a large nose, coconut-shaped brown hair and a long chin that makes him formidable in his field of expertise. 

5.   Hugh Neutron 

Hugh Neutron is another notable cartoon character with brown eyes and hair in the pilot episode.

 He is tall with a big nose, a long chin, and glasses that make him look funny. He looks professional with his clothing and fits the pilot role. 

6.   Grandpa Max

Max Tyson, famously known as Grandpa Max in the Ben 10 series, is a heroic grandfather to Gwen and Ben Tennyson. His character is that of a typical grandfather.

He is a seasoned plumber and an intergalactic law enforcer. His laid-back demeanor, Hawaiian shirt and long chin portray his battle-hardened personality.

7.   Carl Fredricksen 

Carl Fredricksen from Pixar’s animated masterpiece Up is a grumpy widower who lives a quiet, solitary life.

Carl’s character unfolds his will to chase the dream he shared with his beautiful wife, Ellie. He captures many’s hearts with courage, crankiness, compassion and his long chin adds to his character. 

8.   Captain Hook 

Captain Hook from Peter Pan is a cartoon character with a finely trimmed curled mustache and a long chin that complements his striking grandiose attire. He is also a ruthless pirate who heightens his obsession with nobility and class. 

9.   Hades 

Hades is a flamboyant underwood god with blue flame hair that arches over his face and a long chin that makes him adorable to watch.

He has a volcanic rage and a hot temper, making him among the stylish villains in the animated series Hercules.  

10. Dick Dastardly 

Dick Dastardly is a pompous Villainous cartoon character whose sole role is to cause problems to others.

When his plans fail, he becomes manic. He is featured in different roles in countless series like Whose car name is The Mean Machine and A Race Driver. His big chin, nose and mustache, red gloves, and blue overcoat add a charm to his role. 

11. Jafar 

Jafar is the main antagonist of the Aladdin series and the most trusted advisor in the Sultans series.

He looks creepy with an evil face that is depicted with large lips, a long chin, hooded eyes, twisted beards and a big hook nose, making him gain ownership in the entire series. 

12. Stan 

Stanley Pines is Mabel and Dipper Pine’s great uncle who acts as their summer guardian. He runs a tourist trap in the remote town of Gravity Falls, where Stan exploits the gullibility of the Dumbest people in the world. 

In some instances, Stan is a commendable caring man whose hard work and dedication allow him to learn multiple languages and complex science. He has a pear-shaped reddish-pink nose, large ears and a long chin, thus featuring in our list. 

13. Snidely Whiplash 

Snidely is a cartoon villain in the Dudley Do-Right series who is recognizable by his long, thin, curled mustache.

In addition, he has a long chin that matches his hat, thus creating an image of an old-school antagonist character. 

14. Nigel Thornberry 

Another stunning cartoon character with a distinctive long nose, bushy mustache, and long chin is Nigel Thornberry from the Wild Thornberrys series. 

His long chin makes him bulbous and prominent and a running joke throughout the series. He is also portrayed as a passionate conservationist and loving father who loves his family. 

15. Yzma 

Yzma is a villainous loyal adviser of Emperor Kuzoo fueled by an insatiable thirst for revenge. Her sallow, tall figure, dramatic makeup, purple colors, and long chin makes her look intimidating. 

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Above are the top 15 cartoon characters with long chins that glued us on the television for years. They are memorable and charming, and they remain tied on our thoughts.

Nikita Waruguru

Nikita Waruguru is a Kenyalogue freelance writer who focuses on TV, celebrity gossip, and pop culture. She's been interested in TV and entertainment from a young age. She wrote her first blog post 10 years ago and has since written more than 3000 news articles, features, and lists. When she's not writing about the latest Netflix reality shows, you can find her binge-watching one or listening to music.

Nikita Waruguruhttp://kenyalogue.com
Nikita Waruguru is a Kenyalogue freelance writer who focuses on TV, celebrity gossip, and pop culture. She's been interested in TV and entertainment from a young age. She wrote her first blog post 10 years ago and has since written more than 3000 news articles, features, and lists. When she's not writing about the latest Netflix reality shows, you can find her binge-watching one or listening to music.
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