Left Handed Cartoon Characters

Author: Sykeena Jackson

Left handed cartoon characters are holding their own in the entertainment industry.  We've composed a growing list of cartoon characters that we have found that are left handed.  There are quite a few and we are going to have so much fun finding as many more as we can. We also took it a step further and included some cool fun wiki facts on all of our listed lefties. Here are a few:
Character TV Show
Bart Simpson The Simpsons  
Ned Flanders The Simpsons
Mr. Burns The Simpsons
Marge Simpson The Simpsons
Chuckie The Rugrats
Link Legend of Zelda
Doug Funnie Doug
Arnold Hey Arnold
Hiccup How to Train a Dragon
Jerry Tom & Jerry
Check out their left handed pictures and their awesome bios:

Bart Simpson

Bart Simpson  | Left Handed
Per WikipediaBartholomew JoJo "Bart" Simpson is a fictional character in the American animated television series The Simpsons and part of the Simpson family. He is voiced by Nancy Cartwright and first appeared on television in The Tracey Ullman Show short "Good Night" on April 19, 1987. Cartoonist Matt Groening created and designed Bart while waiting in the lobby of James L. Brooks' office. Groening had been called to pitch a series of shorts based on his comic strip, Life in Hell, but instead decided to create a new set of characters. While the rest of the characters were named after Groening's family members, Bart's name is an anagram of the word brat. After appearing on The Tracey Ullman Show for three years, the Simpson family received its own series on Fox, which debuted December 17, 1989.

Ned Flanders

Ned Flanders | Left Handed
Per Wikipedia, Nedward "Ned" Flanders Jr., usually referred to as Flanders, is a recurring fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons. He is voiced by Harry Shearer, and first appeared in the series premiere episode "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire". He is the extremely religious, good-natured, cheery next-door neighbor to the Simpson family and is generally envied and loathed by Homer Simpson. A scrupulous and devout Evangelical Christian with an annoyingly perfect family, he is among the friendliest and most compassionate of Springfield's residents and is generally considered a pillar of the Springfield community.

He was one of the first characters outside the immediate Simpson family to appear on the show, and has since been central to several episodes, the first being season two's "Dead Putting Society". His last name comes from Flanders St. in Portland, Oregon, the hometown of Simpsons creator Matt Groening. When he was created, he was intended to just be a neighbor who was very nice, but whom Homer abhorred.

 Mr.  Burns

Mr. Burns | Left Handed
Per Wikipedia, Charles Montgomery Burns, a.k.a. Monty Burns, commonly referred to simply as Mr. Burns, is a recurring character of the animated television series The Simpsons, and is voiced by Harry Shearer. Mr. Burns is the evil owner and chairman of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and is also Homer Simpson's boss. He is assisted at almost all times by Waylon Smithers, his loyal and sycophantic aide, adviser, confidant and secret admirer.

Although originally conceived as a one-dimensional, recurring villain who might occasionally enter the Simpsons' lives and wreak some sort of havoc, the businessman's popularity has led to his repeated inclusion in episodes. He is a stereotype of any corporate businessperson in his unquenchable desire to increase his own wealth and power, inability to remember his employees' names (especially Homer's, despite frequent interactions – which has become a recurrent joke) and lack of concern for their safety and well-being. Reflecting his advanced age, Mr. Burns is given to expressing dated humor, making references to Jazz Age popular culture, and aspiring to apply obsolete technology to everyday life. Conan O'Brien has called Mr. Burns his favorite character to write for, due to his arbitrarily old age and extreme wealth.

Marge Simpson (spotted occasionally)

Marge Simpson | Left Handed
Per Wikipedia, Marjorie Jacqueline "Marge" Simpson (née Bouvier) is a fictional character in the American animated sitcom The Simpsons and part of the eponymous family. She is voiced by Julie Kavner and first appeared on television in The Tracey Ullman Show short "Good Night" on April 19, 1987. Marge was created and designed by cartoonist Matt Groening while he was waiting in the lobby of James L. Brooks' office. Groening had been called to pitch a series of shorts based on Life in Hell but instead decided to create a new set of characters. He named the character after his mother Margaret Groening. After appearing on The Tracey Ullman Show for three seasons, the Simpson family received their own series on Fox, which debuted December 17, 1989.

Marge is the matriarch of the Simpson family. With her husband Homer, she has three children: Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. Marge is the moralistic force in her family and often provides a grounding voice in the midst of her family's antics by trying to maintain order in the Simpson household. She is often portrayed as a stereotypical television mother and is often included on lists of top "TV moms". She has appeared in other media relating to The Simpsons—including video games, The Simpsons Movie, The Simpsons Ride, commercials, and comic books—and inspired an entire line of merchandise.


Rugrat's Chuckie | Left Handed
Per Wikipedia, Charles "Chuckie" Crandal Finster, Jr. (voiced by Christine Cavanaugh up to 2002; Nancy Cartwright to series' end): Chuckie is the oldest of the babies at the age of 2 and is Tommy's best friend. He is the son of Charles "Chas" Finster and his late mother's name was Melinda. He has messy orange hair, wears large purple glasses like his father, and wears a blue shirt with the planet Saturn on it and green cargo pants and red shoes that are always untied. Chuckie was originally an only child and his mother died from an unknown reason just a few months after Chuckie was born. He is the scaredy-cat of the group and always disapproves of an adventure that comes up. Later on, his father remarries Kira and Chuckie becomes an adopted big brother to her daughter, Kimi. Kira adopted Chuckie. He and his father, Chas, are the main characters of the film, Rugrats in Paris. His middle name is Crandall as proven in the episode "Chuckie Loses His Glasses" and All Grown Up! episode, "Rat Traps".


Link Legend of Zelda | Left Handed
Per Wikipedia, Link is the protagonist of Nintendo's video game series The Legend of Zelda. He appears in several incarnations over the course of the games, and also features in other Nintendo media, including merchandising, comic books, and a cartoon series. He is one of Nintendo's main icons and one of the most well-known and popular characters in video game history.
Through The Legend of Zelda series, Link is depicted as a child, teenager, or young adult of the Hylian race, originating from the fictional land of Hyrule. Link often travels through Hyrule, defeating creatures, evil forces, and the series' primary antagonist, Ganon, while attempting to save Princess Zelda and Hyrule. To defeat Ganon, Link usually requires the mystic Master Sword and Light Arrows, or a similar legendary weapon, obtained after many trials and battles. In the course of his journey he will typically acquire various other magical objects or items, including musical instruments and weaponry.


Doug Funnie | Left Handed
Per Wikipedia, Douglas Yancey "Doug" Funnie (Voiced by Billy West in the Nickelodeon series and by Tom McHugh in the Disney series): Doug is depicted as an introverted, quiet, insecure and gullible 11 (later 12) year old boy who wants to fit in with the crowd, but also has a quite an imagination and a strong sense of morality, making him more likely to stand out. He has a talent for writing and he plays a banjo in his spare time. Doug narrates every episode, and writes his experiences in his journal. His alter ego, Quailman, was inspired by Jinkins' and Roberts' home movies as children, posing as superheroes. Billy West, the original voice behind Doug, was assigned by executive Vanessa Coffey, to Jinkins’ initial reluctance. Despite this, he would come to view it as the best possible voice for the character. West, in recording lines for Doug, noted that “There’s a lot of me in there, because I’m going through my own experiences in there, because I have a conscience.


Arnold Hey Arnold | Left Handed
Per Wikipedia, Arnold Phillip Shortman (voiced by Lane Toran in seasons 1-2, Phillip Van Dyke in seasons 2–3, Spencer Klein in seasons 4–5 and Hey Arnold!: The Movie, Alex D. Linz in the episodes, "April Fools Day" and "The Journal", and Mason Vale Cotton in Hey Arnold!: The Jungle Movie) is the title character of the series. He is a dreamer and an idealist who always tries to see the best in people and do the right thing. His parents, Miles and Stella left to go to San Lorenzo when he was 1 year old, but never came back to Hillwood. Whenever he sees someone in trouble, especially Helga, Arnold goes out of his way to help them out, even if it's not sensible to do so. Arnold often acts as the stable center to those around him, whether he's around his "family" in his paternal grandparents' boarding house, or around his friends at school. He lives in Sunset Arms boarding house with his grandparents, Phil and Getrude.


Hiccup | Left Handed
Per Fandom, Hiccup Horrendous Haddock III is the main protagonist in the How to Train Your Dragon franchise. He is 15 years old in the first film, the three specials, Riders of Berk, and the comics. He's 16 years old in Defenders of Berk, 18-19 in Dawn of the Dragon Racers and Race to the Edge, and 20 in the second film, heading on to 21.


jerry from tom and jerry | left handed
Per Wikipedia, Jerry Mouse is a fictional character and one of the title characters (the other being Tom Cat) in Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer's series of Tom and Jerry theatrical cartoon short films. Created by William Hanna and Joseph Barbera, Jerry is a brown anthropomorphic house mouse, who first appeared as a mouse named Jinx in the 1940 MGM animated short Puss Gets the Boot. Hanna gave the mouse's original name as "Jinx", while Barbera claimed the mouse went unnamed in his first appearance.