Farley Drexel "Fudge" Hatcher

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Farley Drexel "Fudge" Hatcher
Fudge series character
First appearance Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
Last appearance Double Fudge
Created by Judy Blume
Portrayed by Luke Tarsitano (TV series)
Aliases Farley Drexel Hatcher
Fudgie (by his parents and Sheila)
Fang (by Peter in Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing)
Egduf Muriel
Species Human
Gender Male
Family Anne Hatcher (mother)
Warren Hatcher (father)
Peter "Pete" Hatcher (brother)
Tamara "Tootsie" Hatcher (sister)
Relatives Flora, Fauna, and Mini-Fudge Hatcher (cousins)
Muriel Tubman (grandmother)
Howie Hatcher(uncle)
Eudora Hatcher (Aunt)
Bertram "Buzzy Senior" Tubman (grandfather by marriage)
Bertram Tubman, Jr. (uncle by marriage)
Jean Tubman (aunt by Marriage)
Libby Tubman (cousin by marriage)
Sheila Tubman (cousin by marriage)
Nationality American

Farley Drexel Hatcher (A.K.A. "Fudge") is a fictional character in several novels by Judy Blume. In the television series Fudge, he was played by Luke Tarsitano.



Farley Drexel Hatcher was born in New York, and is the younger of two sons of Warren and Anne Hatcher. Nicknamed Fudge early in his life, Fudge is 7 years younger than his older brother, Peter.

Ideas, Interests and Obsessions[edit]

  • Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing - wanting to fly, mimicking a dog, believing that the bears shown in a documentary film he, Peter and Warren watch at the theater are real.
  • Superfudge - Being a bird, Uncle Feather (his pet Myna Bird) , pretending to believe in Santa Claus, being a superhero
  • Fudge-a-Mania - Marrying Sheila Tubman, birds, dinosaurs, spinning in circles repeatedly, being a bird breeder
  • Double Fudge - Money, various ways to spend money, expensive toys and play structures

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