Top 10 Mighty Boosh Characters

If you've ever stumbled across this gloriously bizarre British comedy, you know the characters are half the charm. From pretentious zookeepers and shamanistic enigmas to talking gorillas and fashion-obsessed rockstars, The Mighty Boosh boasts a cast of eccentrics unlike anything else on television.

These characters all bring their own special brand of absurdity, whether it's nonsensical catchphrases, flamboyant style, or journeys that push the limits of reality.
The Top Ten
1 Vince Noir

Where do I start? He's got incredible hair, and he looks awesome. Vince Noir is really the best person on Earth. He's obviously number 1, and I wish I could see him in real life. And hopefully, I will.

Vince is just hilarious! The fact that he can be so stupid makes him funnier, and his love for fashion made "The Nightmare of Milky Joe" particularly funny! Not forgetting he's so SEXY! And played by the gorgeous Noel Fielding!

There are lots of characters, but none of them compare to Vince Noir - played by the fantastic Noel Fielding. So, keep on drinking Bailey's and always have a gigantic thumb.

2 Old Gregg

Honestly, the best character ever!

Have you ever drunk Bailey's from a shoe? Do you want to go to a club where people wee on each other?

I've got all things that are good. It's attached to your rod, mother licker! I've got a mangina!

Have you seen my downstairs mix-up? I'm Old Gregg! Bailey's. Mmm... creamy. Soft, creamy beige.

Easy now, my fuzzy little man-peach. And this one's as close as you can get to Bailey's without getting your eyes wet.

Some say he's half-man, half-fish. Others say he's more of a 70-30 split. Whatever the percentage, he's one fishy bastard.

3 Howard Moon

I don't like people touching me. Besides, I've had deeper relationships in my mind, at a distance, than you'll ever have in your lifetime, you know that.

Are you talking about the incident with the binoculars?

That was never proven.

It was in The Guardian!

Yes, he's okay apart from the fact that he likes jazz. He just needs to deal with criticism properly. Look at the two kittens for goodness' sake!

If death comes knocking, I invite him in. Hello, I say. Would you like a cup of tea?

4 The Hitcher

Eels up inside ya!
Finding an entrance where they can!
Eels up inside ya!
Finding an entrance where they can!
Boring through your mind, through your tummy, through your anus!

Elements of the past and future, combining to make something not quite as good as either...

A Cockney man-witch with green skin and a top hat. He has a giant Polo mint for an eye and is pure evil. He is the proprietor of the Zoo for Animal Offenders.

"You won't see penny one from me, you slag!" He's the Hitcher. Let him put you in the picture.

5 Tony Harrison

I've had a liquid breakfast, champagne on my Golden Grahams!

Tony Harrison is weird but funny. His voice is annoying.

My navigational skills are second to none!

6 The Moon

Some people are like the moon - ah, he's white and gentle. Other people are like, eugh, he's a vanilla rapist. Get him away from our kids.

Everybody, look at the moon. Everybody's seeing the moon. The moon is bright. It's milky white...

7 Naboo The Enigma

Naboo is amazing. I like it in one of the earlier episodes when he just starts squeezing a frog for no reason!

I think he should be in the top 10. He can totally replace Tommy. Tommy is a freak. Naboo is also a freak, but start voting for Naboo because he is by far better than Tommy.

I love Naboo! He should so be number 1!

8 Bob Fossil

Chief zookeeper, though he knows nothing about animals. Had a traumatic childhood which involved his mother hiding in a bunker at breakfast while throwing eggs at him.

He is really, really cool. Ha ha. Not. But he is really funny.

Although crazy, I like him. He is a very unique character on the show.

9 Saboo

Played by the fabulous Richard Ayoade, the Crunch had me in hysterics for days.

He shows a lot of sarcasm, and it's really funny.

"And you're perfect, are you?"

"I'm pretty good."

10 Bollo

A wise old ape with a secret ambition of touring Europe as a drummer. He is Naboo's familiar.

The only thing that can say I've got a bad feeling about this better than Han Solo.

The Contenders
11 Crack Fox

"I'm gonna make you wear a dress and hurt ya!"

12 Kirk Gaitskell-Kendrick

Kirk is weird, and he is an erotic adventurer of the most deranged kind. That's so funny, am I right?

13 Dixon Bainbridge

I can't explain it, but somehow he is just super funny. He's a man of action!

Owner of The Zooniverse. He claims to be a man of action, using his magnificent mustache to get him out of trouble.

Then the wolf came at me. Luckily, I had a pistol hidden in my mustache and shot the hound.

14 Mr. Susan

Limbo bimbo? One of these mirrors does lead to limbo, but only one. You must choose wisely, for there are over 17 mirrors in the mirror world...

Cut off those mirror balls, you!

15 Rudi Van Disarzio
16 The Spirit Of Jazz

Every time you pick up an instrument, I'll be there inside you, wearing you like a glove!

I'm the spirit of jazz. Jazz is the worst genre, but the spirit of jazz is cool and awesome. (So vote now.)

17 Nan Bread
18 Milky Joe

Scary and spooky, the thought of the coconuts coming to life. But Milky Joe is all right!

19 Tommy Nookah
20 Sandstorm
21 Tony Harrison

This is an outrage! But Tony isn't an outrage. He's really funny even though he can't walk and knows nothing of the crunch.

22 Spider Dijon

I'm a drummer, you know. I like to drum, drink tequila, and make love. Then I fall over in the dirt, and when I wake up the next day, I do it all again!

23 The Funk

Old Gregg is so lucky that he has the Funk, until Howard steals it.

24 Electro Girls

Ultra and Neon, played by Sue Denim and Dee Plume, are band members in Robots in Disguise. Dee is Noel's girlfriend, and Chris Corner of IAMX (stars on the front of the magazine Cheekbone in series 2, Call of The Yeti) is Sue's boyfriend.

25 Mrs. Gideon
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