Timmy Turner

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Timmy Turner
The Fairly OddParents character
First appearanceThe Fairly OddParents! (episode) (1998)
Last appearanceNickelodeon: Pixel Town (2019)
Created byButch Hartman
Portrayed byDrake Bell (live-action films)
Voiced byTara Strong
Mary Kay Bergman (precursor shorts)
Alec Baldwin (29 years old, Channel Chasers)
Full nameTimothy Tiberius Turner
AliasCleft the Boy Chin Wonder[1]
NicknameTwerp (from Vicky)
Sport (from Wanda)
Cosmo and Wanda’s godchild
FamilyMr. Turner (father)
Mrs. Turner (mother)
Significant otherTootie
Trixie Tang
RelativesCosmo and Wanda (fairy godparents)

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Timothy Tiberius Turner is a fictional character from the American animated series The Fairly OddParents created by Butch Hartman. A leading character alongside the titular fairy godparents (and later Poof), they were the result of his babysitter Vicky endlessly harassing him, with his life a misery.

Initially, the character was voiced by South Park cast member Mary Kay Bergman in the precursor shorts that were part of the Oh Yeah! Cartoons animation showcase between the dates of September 4, 1998 and March 23, 2001. After committing suicide on Veterans Day 1999, Canadian actress Tara Strong took over the role for the rest of the series until its end on July 26, 2017. In the three live action direct to television motion pictures, he is played by Drake Bell.[2]

Coming from a working class lifestyle and being characterized by his distinctive scratchy vocals and buck teeth, Timmy constantly wishes in almost every episode relating to its subject.



As described in show’s theme song, he is an “average kid that no one understands” alongside glee, arrogance, and rarely selfishness. In contrast to his unpopular friends, Timmy attempts his best to be cooler to win over Trixie Tang. Besides these, he has a very short attention spanning resulting of receiving Fs from his teacher, doubling as a hint of having ADHD. Due to the nature of the series, this is a very sensitive topic therefore never being mentioned.

Sometimes, Timmy can be cruel and cold-hearted to his friends, and especially Vicky’s younger sister Tootie. After all as displayed in the second half of the series premier [3] he shares stereotypical masculine interests including video games, comic books, and sports.


Physical appearance[edit]

A 10-year-old boy of a small stature, Timmy has dark brown hair combed slightly to the left, astral blue eyes, and a peaches-and-cream skin-tone. The most recognizable feature is his oversized buck teeth. While it is mentioned in the series albeit very briefly on 77 Secrets, he stands at 4’2” and weighs approximately 60 pounds. He keeps these features in the precursor shorts with the only difference being his hair colored red. The self-titled episode was the only short to have him with that hair color.

Civilian attire[edit]

Above his head, Timmy wears a hot pink baseball cap. Aside from this, he takes hold of a T-shirt of this color alongside blue jeans and because of the art style, matching shoes that connect his feet. Besides, he is mostly decked on pink-colored apparel due to his parents were initially expecting a girl. [4] This exacerbates even further with the childhood photos of him wearing gowns.


During the series proper, Timmy was voiced by Canadian actress Tara Strong. Tara also voices various characters through the series 16 year run including Britney Britney, Blonda (replacing Julia Louis-Dreyfus), and Princess Mandie. Prior to her marriage with Craig Strong on May 14, 2000, she has portrayed on a couple of Nickelodeon series such as Dil Pickles on the post-movie seasons of Rugrats.[5] Beforehand, Mary Kay Bergman provided the character’s voice in the precursor shorts until her death in Veterans Day 1999. Other than Where’s the Wand, all of the aforementioned shorts were re-dubbed with Tara’s voice when they were re-released. [6]


  1. Butch, Hartman (April 27, 2001). "Chin Up!". The Fairly OddParents. Season 1. Episode 5a. Nickelodeon.
  2. Shaunna, Murphy. "Drake Bell in 'A Fairly Odd Movie'". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2020-07-11.
  3. Butch, Hartman (March 30, 2001). "Power Mad". The Fairly OddParents. Season 1. Episode 1a. Nickelodeon.
  4. Gary, Conrad; Sarah, Frost; Wincat, Alcala (June 27, 2003). "The Secret Origin of Denzel Crocker". The Fairly OddParents. Nickelodeon.
  5. "Tara Strong (1285 Character Images)". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved 2020-07-30.
  6. "Mary Kay Bergman (180 Character Images)". Behind The Voice Actors. Retrieved 2020-07-30.

External links[edit]

Timmy’s profile on Nick.com

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