Characters: Fantastic Mr. Fox

Animals

Mr. Fox

Voiced by: George Clooney

Mrs. Fox

Voiced by: Meryl Streep

Ash Fox

Voiced by: Jason Schwartzman

Kristofferson Silverfox

Voiced by: Eric Anderson

Kylie Sven Opossum

Voiced by: Wally Wolodarsky

Clive Badger

Voiced by: Billy Murray

Mr. Fox's lawyer.

Rat

Voiced by: Willem Dafoe

Hired by Bean as his Secret Cider Cellar security guard

Weasel

Voiced by: Wes Anderson

Coach Skip

Voiced by: Owen Wilson

Beaver's son

Voiced by: Jeremy Dawson

Rabbit

Voiced by: Mario Batali

Boggis, Bunce, and Beans

Bogis Voiced by: Robin Hurlston
Bunce Voiced by: Hugo Guinness
Beans Voiced by: Michael Gambon

  • Badass: Bean is a perfect shot with his gun and is the only one of the three who can come close to Mr. Fox in cunning.
  • Berserk Button: Bean does not like the idea of giving up against a fox.
  • Big Bad: Bean is clearly the leader of the three, and is much more intelligent, competent and intimidating than his cohorts.
    • Big Bad Triumvirate: Despite this, in the eyes of the animals, all three are their greatest enemies.
  • Big Eater: Boggis eats 12 chickens a day.
  • Big, Thin, Short Trio: Boggis, Bunce and Bean (One fat, one short, one lean).
  • Determinator
  • Fat Bastard: Boggis.
  • Hair-Trigger Temper: Bean.
  • Lean and Mean: Bean.
  • The Napoleon: Bunce.
  • The Stoic: Boggis and Bunce, especially Bunce, whose sour expression never changes once.
  • Terrible Trio: They are played like, with Bean being the Big Bad, and Boggis and Bunce his sidekicks.
  • Trademark Favorite Food: Boggis - chicken; Bunce - homemade doughnuts with smashed up goose livers injected into them; Bean - strong alcoholic apple cider.
  • Uncleanliness Is Next to Ungodliness: According to the narration, Bean never bathes ("he never even washed"), and he's hard of hearing because his ears are clogged with residue. (The other two are probably unhygienic too; Mr. Fox says in an early chapter that he can smell them so easily because they stunk.)
  • Villainous Glutton: All three farmers, but especially Boggis, who eats three chickens for every square meal of the day (plus dessert).