Top 10 Funniest Characters from Disney Animated Movies

The Top Ten
1 Genie (Aladdin) The Genie is a jinn appearing in the Aladdin franchise from Disney. He is never given a proper name. He was portrayed by Robin Williams in the first film.

Robin Williams was something incredible. He completely nailed his role as the Genie, and what makes this character even funnier is that Williams improvised many of his lines, and so many of his impressions were spot on. The Genie himself is one of the reasons Aladdin is one of my favorite Disney characters.

Genie is one of the funniest and most creative characters I've ever imagined. Every once in a while, I watch Aladdin. When the part where Genie appears and starts to make a lot of funny magical things, it just simply never gets old.

2 Kronk (The Emperor's New Groove) Kronk is the secondary antagonist of Disney's 2000 animated feature film The Emperor's New Groove, and the titular main protagonist of 2005's Kronk's New Groove. Kronk often serves as Yzma's hapless henchman and a major component in her schemes to overthrow Emperor Kuzco.

I loved the scenes where Kronk talked to his inner angel and devil.

The part when he says, "The peasant, at the dinner... he didn't pay his check," was absolutely hilarious! Kronk is the funniest character of any Disney movie, in my opinion.

I really like Kronk! He's nice and funny! Here are some of my favorite Kronk moments:

Yzma: "Pull the lever, Kronk!"
Kronk: *Pulls lever*
Yzma: *Falls through trapdoor* "Wrong lever!"

I seriously like to watch The Emperor's New Groove or Kronk's New Groove almost every night!

Yzma: The only ones who know about that are the three of us, soon to be the two of us.
Kronk: And I'm one of those two, right?
Yzma: Pull the lever, Kronk. Wrong lever!

3 Dory (Finding Nemo) Dory is a major character from the film, Finding Nemo and its sequel, Finding Dory. She is a blue tang known for her short-term memory loss and tends to forget almost everything, even the fish that she knows personally. This makes the mission to find Nemo even more difficult for Marlin.

It's me... Biggest Brave/Tangled, maybe Frozen fan... Dory is hilarious! I can't count how many times she makes someone laugh!

ES-CAP-E! Funny thing, it's spelled just like escape! That gets me every time. I even happen to be the best friend of Dory's biggest fan.

Dory is always making me laugh, from "just keep swimming, just keep swimming" to forgetting things so fast. She found Nemo, and without her, Marlin would never find Nemo.

Dory, go get three wishes from Genie and become Dory the Genie!

I love Dory! Without her, this movie would be incomplete! Ellen DeGeneres is hilarious! Plus, I don't think Marlin would've made it through his journey if it wasn't for her!

4 Hades (Hercules)

"Whoa, is my hair out?" I just fell off my chair laughing when I first watched this scene. Hades is really hilarious even when angry.

Hades is a more awesome Greek god than Zeus, in my opinion. Go team Hades!

The antagonist is more loved than the protagonist.

5 Baloo (The Jungle Book) Baloo is a main fictional character featured in Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book from 1894 and The Second Jungle Book from 1895. Baloo, a sloth bear, is the strict teacher of the cubs of the Seeonee wolf pack. His most challenging pupil is Mowgli. Baloo and Bagheera, a panther, save Mowgli from Shere... read more

He's not only funny but he is really, really charming. Like no joke, one of the most likable characters I have ever seen.

Bagheera: "Baloo, you wouldn't marry a panther, would you?"
Baloo: "I dunno... a panther's never asked me!"

All his interactions with Bagheera alone make this movie worth it.

Bagheera: This will take brains, not brawn.

Baloo: You better believe it, and I'm loaded with both.

6 Pumbaa (The Lion King)

Laugh out loud, listen to Pumbaa's singing voice. He's so talented! With his big mouth, Pumbaa sure can be ranked as at least top 10 in opera.

Timon: When he was a young warthog.
Pumbaa: When I was a young warthog.
Timon: Very good.

Such sexy Disney characters they are.

"They call me Mister Pig!" Love that line. I don't get Lion King haters.

Pumbaa? Number six? REALLY? People, he was funny, maybe not as funny as Timon, but still, people.

7 Mushu (Mulan)

Quotes from Mushu:

"Let me hear you say AH! That's close enough!" To Mulan

"Dragon, not lizard. I don't do that tongue thing!" To Mulan

"Dishonor on you, dishonor on your cow!" To Mulan

"My eyes can see straight through your armor!" To Mulan

"Chicken boy? Say that to my face, ya limp noodle!" To Yao

"It looks like my bunny slippers just ran for cover!" To Mulan

"Your cow (horse) here would die of fright! Down, Bessie!" To Mulan, then the horse

"Stand watch, Mushu, while I blow our secret with my stupid girly habits!" Talking about Mulan

"Hey, don't look at me. I ain't biting no more butts!" To Mulan

"I am the powerful, the pleasurable, the indestructible Mushu!" To Mulan

"You missed? How could you miss? He was three feet in front of you!" To Mulan

"You're the man... Well, sort of." To Mulan

"I live!" To ancestor

"Rise and shine, Sleeping Beauty!" To Mulan

"Hello, this is an army. Make it sound more urgent, please!" To Cri-Kee

"What are you, a sheep (horse)?" To horse

"They popped out of the snow like daisies!" To Mulan about the surviving Huns

8 Olaf (Frozen) Olaf the Snowman is a character from the 2013 animated film Frozen, produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios.

This is #1. No doubts. One of the funniest Disney characters ever! "Just knock. Why aren't you knocking? Do you think she knows how to knock?" Laugh out loud! How do you guys like Dory better than Olaf? Not being mean or anything but seriously. I absolutely love his summer song, probably my second favorite song after "Let It Go." Olaf is really funny!

Olaf is funny, stop being mean! A snowman that loves summer is the greatest idea ever! Olaf is funnier than Dory, that's for sure!

Olaf has several funny lines. He's number one for me!

9 Yzma (The Emperor's New Groove) Yzma is the royal adviser of Emperor Kuzco in 'The Emperor's New Groove'. She is also a mad potions master and after being fired by Kuzco, she tries to use her potions to get rid of him and instate herself as empress.

Yzma is easily one of the funniest characters in Disney, probably the funniest villain. She works well as a villain, yet it's always hilarious watching her fail, even if it's in little ways, usually from Kronk, which is even better. I think everyone laughs at the "WRONG LEVER!" gag.

She should be way higher. She's so dramatic over everything that it's hilarious. Her ideas are brilliant yet ridiculous, but that's the best part. She's also such a savage to others.

Kronk: What about you being fired and all?
Yzma: The only people who know about that are the three of us, soon to be the two of us.
Me: What about the guy writing things down while Kuzco fired Yzma? He knows too...

10 Rex (Toy Story)

"How do you spell FBI?" Priceless. Rex is just hilarious. I love how he's just so funny and open to his feelings. He might be lacking common sense, but that's why he makes me ROFL.

He's so simple-minded, that makes him the funniest Toy Story character around.

Whoever came up with the idea of having Wallace Shawn voice a T-Rex was a genius.

The Contenders
11 Nick Wilde (Zootopia) Officer Nicholas Piberius "Nick" Wilde is a male red fox and the deuteragonist of Zootopia. He is the son of Mrs. Wilde. He was voiced by actor, Jason Bateman.

Baymax is probably my favorite Disney character, but I think Nick comes in second. His attitude towards everyone is pretty funny to watch, and he is very clever. Also, take any two scenes from the film and compare his facial expressions between them. They are different, and I can tell the animators put effort into the character design. Plus, foxes are my favorite animal.

There should be a t-shirt that says this: Nick Wilde is my spirit animal.

Such cool vibes, dude. He's my favorite male Disney character, and he's from the best movie. No arguments.

12 Sebastian (The Little Mermaid)

I think Sebastian is awesome because he escaped a guy trying to chop him up so he could be eaten! How cool is that?

First, we got to create "the mood." One of my favorite lines in any Disney movie. Love the accent.

His accent makes everything funny. I love him.

13 Ed (The Lion King)

He doesn't say a word in The Lion King, but his personality is hilarious. "So what do you think, Ed?" "Oh hmm hahaha!"

14 Donald Duck (The Wise Little Hen) Donald Duck is a cartoon character created in 1934 at Walt Disney Productions. Donald is an anthropomorphic white duck with a yellow-orange bill, legs, and feet. He typically wears a sailor shirt and cap with a bow tie.

Oh, come on! You know he has the funniest and best cartoons of all time. He's that one character whose plans always fail, and it's so funny.

That's why he's one of my favorite Disney characters of all time. It wouldn't be the same without him.

Are you serious? Donald Duck is one of the funniest characters of all time. He needs to be top 3. How is Mickey Mouse higher than Donald?

He is way funnier than Mickey Mouse.

#39? Are you kidding me? Donald has the best cartoons of anyone. They were always my favorite.

He always fails, and it's hilarious when he does and gets mad. He deserves top 10.

15 Timon (The Lion King)

What do you want me to do, dress in drag and do the hula?

He's smart and knows how to be sarcastic. Awesome!

That's a ton of energy for one little meerkat.

16 Iago (Aladdin) Iago is a fictional supporting character who appears in Walt Disney Pictures' 31st animated feature film Aladdin, the direct-to-video sequels The Return of Jafar, Aladdin and the King of Thieves, and the television series.

This is the bird from Aladdin. Voiced by Gilbert Gottfried, who couldn't be more perfect for the role. He was Jafar's assistant in all of his schemes. The poor bird's always getting hurt because the animators' motto when it came to Aladdin was "when in doubt, hurt the bird." He's often overshadowed by the Genie (understandable, I mean, it's Robin Williams for crying out loud), but he's still a very funny character.

This irate, larger-than-life parrot is one of the most interesting characters ever made. In 'Aladdin,' he is Jafar's long-suffering minion who thought up the plans, did most of the dirty work, and balanced out his brooding with blunt sass. ("There's a surprise. There's an incredible I'm-gonna-have-a-heart-attack-and-die-from-not-surprised!") He was a great character to begin with.

In the sequel, however, he really began to flesh out when he betrayed Jafar and joined the good guys, even killing off his former master at the risk of his own life. That's impressive for one ordinary little bird.

The subsequent comedy came from his status as an anti-hero, how his moral compass is more than haywire, how he'd be the sort of guy who would chain up his conscience, lock it in a chest, and throw it into the ocean, only for said conscience to find him again.

The other part of the comedy comes from how much he can suffer in the most inventive ways possible. In the film, he's pushing a clockwork-powered contained storm generator but loses his footing and gets pulled into the gears. The timing is priceless. In fact, the writers' motto was "When in doubt, hurt the bird."

Overall, he's an entertaining, larger-than-life villain-turned-antihero. Is it any wonder this angry bird's popularity rivals the Genie's?

17 Dug (Up) Dug is one of the two tritagonists of Disney/Pixar's 2009 film, Up. He also appears in Dug's Special Mission as the protagonist and in George & A.J. as a minor character.

Dug is so cute! Cuteness can definitely lead to humor.

18 Goofy (Mickey's Revue) Goofy is a funny-animal cartoon character created in 1932 at Walt Disney Productions. Goofy is a tall, anthropomorphic black dog with a Southern drawl, and typically wears a turtle neck and vest, with pants, shoes, white gloves, and a tall hat originally designed as a rumpled fedora . Goofy is a close... read more

Um, why is Goofy here? He needs to be in the top 3. Seriously, he is the definition of funny. He is not smart and weird, and he's so funny. He's a classic. Half of these characters don't deserve to be higher because they don't have a sense of humor or are just idiotic or just stupidly funny.

In Saludos Amigos, Goofy made me die and resurrect. Goofy has to be the most consistently funny Disney character ever. He could totally hold his own against any of the Looney Tunes/Merrie Melodies characters. He should have gotten a bigger role in Who Framed Roger Rabbit?.

19 Sven (Frozen)
20 Kristoff (Frozen) Kristoff Bjorgman is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 53rd animated feature Frozen.
21 Russell (Up)

Up is one of my favorite movies from Pixar, and Russell is hilarious.

I always wanted Russell to be my little brother!

Good afternoon. My name is Russell, and I am a Wilderness Explorer.

22 Anna (Frozen) Princess Anna of Arendelle is a fictional character who appears in Walt Disney Animation Studios' 53rd animated film Frozen.

Princess Anna is definitely the funniest princess! She is so awkward it's hilarious, and her wake-up look is so realistic!

"It's crazy" what "we finish each other's sandwiches!" Her voice is so amazing too.

23 Wall-E (Wall-E)

There is a reason he is higher on this list than Olaf. He doesn't need to talk much to be funny. Plus, WALL-E came from the geniuses at Pixar, not whoever decided to last-second throw in Olaf.

The sweetest, most lovable little robot we'll ever come across. He can't speak, but you've still gotta love his clumsiness anyway.

Wall-E is the sweetest, most adorable robot I have ever seen.

24 Vanellope von Schweetz (Wreck-It Ralph)

Come on! She made fun of Call of Duty! What's not funny about her?

25 Baymax (Big Hero 6) Baymax is a fictional character, a superhero appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics.

I loved Baymax so much in this movie. He is the most huggable thing I've seen in a pretty long time! I also want to point out that the majority of the funny parts of this movie come from Baymax just being Baymax! Even though he's a robot, it's like he really cares about Hiro. Hiro's also a good character too.

Their bond feels genuine, and it's emotional when Baymax sacrifices himself to save Hiro and Callaghan's daughter, even though he comes back from the recovered chip.

Baymax (in a slurred voice): We jumped out a window.
Hiro: Sh. (I think I don't remember his line.)
Baymax (in a slurred whisper): We jumped out a window.

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