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List of The Smurfs characters
The Smurfs character
First appearanceOriginal comic strip
Created byPeyo

This is a list of The Smurfs characters appearing in the original comics, the 1980s cartoon and the 2011 movie (as well as its sequels), and the 2021 reboot.

The Smurfs were also sold as collectible toys, and many of these characters were ideal from manufacturing and marketing points of view in that they had the same basic body plan but could be differentiated by one or two distinguishing accessories.

Smurfs[edit]

According to Spirou magazine N° 1954 from 1964, there are 100 Smurfs in total; this does not take into account later additions from the Smurfs films.

Name Original French name Appears in Voiced by
1. Smurfette Schtroumpfette Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Lucille Bliss (1981 series)
Katy Perry (Movie 1 & Movie 2)
Demi Lovato (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Bérangére McNeese (2021 series)
Smurfette is a female Smurf who was created by Gargamel. She originally had black hair with an ugly appearance, but when Papa Smurf made her into a real Smurf, her hair became blonde with a beautiful appearance. Before the Smurflings created Sassette, Smurfette was the only female Smurf in the Smurf village. She loves flowers, as in the episodes she can be seen watering them. Most of the time Smurfette is portrayed as an object of love, since her beauty attracts many other Smurfs. She is usually hopeless in times of danger and sometimes thinks she knows it all, yet she is kind, caring, sweet, and loving as well. In an interview, Lucille Bliss revealed that "Squeaky" was her favorite episode.

In the 1981 series, she loves perfumes, dresses, and her flowers. This was dropped in the 2021 series, as she practices martial arts instead.

In Movie 2 and The Lost Village, she is the main protagonist.

2. Papa Smurf Grand Schtroumpf Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Richard Muller (1960s TV Series)
Don Messick (1981 series)
Jonathan Winters (Movie 1 and 2)
Jack Angel (short films)
Mandy Patinkin (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Davis Freeman (2021 series)
Papa Smurf is the leader and elder of the Smurfs and can be easily distinguished by his red traousers and cap, bushy white moustache and beard (though when he was younger, his moustache and beard were brown). He is a wizard and he works on spells and magic in his house. The Smurfs turn to Papa Smurf when things go wrong. Papa Smurf is skilled in making magical spells and potions. He is much older than the Smurfs except for Grandpa and Nanny, who are much older than Papa. Papa Smurf often serves the other Smurfs with his knowledge and wisdom and usually devises a plan for how to get out of trouble or to save the Smurf village from attacks by Gargamel.
3. Brainy Smurf Schtroumpf à Lunettes Comics + 1961 Cartoon + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Nelly Beghin (1960s TV Series)
Robert Axelrod (The Smurfs and the Magic Flute)
Danny Goldman (1981 series)
Fred Armisen (Movie 1 and 2, and CGI short films)
Danny Pudi (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Youssef El Kaouakibi (2021 series)
Brainy Smurf considers himself the most intelligent Smurf in the village and an expert on everything, although his actual knowledge is questionable at best; often, his attempts to help in a given situation lead to even more problems, and the Smurfs often blame him on everything. He isn't so bossy in The Smurfs 2. He can be distinguished from the others by the large glasses he wears. Since season 3 he has archived his self-perceived wit and wisdom in several volumes of books entitled "Quotations of Brainy Smurf", in which he tries to give it to the Smurfs, but with no success. When he annoys the other, the Smurfs respond by throwing him out of the village by Hefty (or with a club in the comics) or simply ignoring him. His vices aside, Brainy is a good, loyal Smurf who can be counted on when the need arises, and more than once – without thinking about it – ends up doing the right thing. His original name translates to "Smurf with Glasses".
4. Clumsy Smurf Schtroumpf Maladroit Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon William Callaway (1981 series)
Anton Yelchin (Movie 1 and 2, CGI short films)
Jack McBrayer (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Tess Bryant (2021 series)
Clumsy Smurf is a somewhat dimwitted yet amiable Smurf. In some dangerous situations he is also revealed to be quite brave too. Despite his clumsiness, he finds himself always wanting to help others and usually looks on the bright side of things. He also ends up surprising himself and others when facing consequences. He is distinguished in the cartoon series by his baggy clothing (hat hanging over his eyebrows) which adds to his clumsy appearance (his clothing is normal in the comics).

In the 1981 series, Clumsy speaks in a variety of Southern American English and his best friend is Brainy. This is not present in the 2021 series.

In Movie 1, he is the main protagonist.

5. Hefty Smurf Schtroumpf Costaud Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Michael Sorich (The Smurfs and the Magic Flute)
Frank Welker (1981 series)
Gary Basaraba (Movie 1 and 2)
Joe Manganiello (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Vincent Broes (2021 series)
Hefty Smurf has incredible strength and often is seen doing a lot of the heavy work in the village. He also has a tattoo on his right arm (or sometimes both of his arms) of a red heart with an arrow through it. His favorite activity is lifting weights and doing other forms of exercise, and is often the one to kick Brainy out of the village whenever he is boasting. Hefty takes pride in being tough, sometimes doing it just for attention.

Papa appoints Hefty as the leader of the Smurfs in season 3: Handy's Kite. In several episodes, Papa selects Hefty and Handy as leaders of separate teams in dangerous missions (season 1: Smurfette's Dancing Shoes; season 4: Hopping Cough Smurfs).

In the video game "Mission Vileaf", he is the main protagonist.

6. Grouchy Smurf Schtroumpf Grognon Comics + 1961 Cartoon + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Jeannine Cherel (1960s TV Series)
Michael Bell (1981 series)
George Lopez (Movie 1 and 2, CGI short films)
Jake Johnson (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Joshua Rubin (2021 series)
Grouchy Smurf is the misanthropic grouch of the Smurf village. His catchphrase is "I hate (something somebody else mentions)" yet it is shown during the show that he is a good observer and notices kindness in others even if he is not playing active role in an event. Even though Grouchy Smurf portrays a role of a moaner within the group, he mostly wishes others to be happy and successful in order to get out of a problematic situation. Grouchy usually has a scowl on his face. In the comics version he, was originally a normal Smurf, changed only when bitten by a Bzz fly in the comic story "The Black Smurfs" (adapted into English as "The Purple Smurfs"). This is the backstory in the 2021 series.

In the 1981 series, he seems to have always have been a grouch. Despite his grouchiness, he has a soft spot for Smurfette, Baby Smurf and the Smurflings.

In Movie 1, his grouchiness is implied to be from insecurity.

In Movie 2, he tries to become Positive Smurf, but bad things keep happening to him. At the end of the movie, he falls in love with Vexy.

7. Handy Smurf Schtroumpf Bricoleur Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Michael Bell (1981 series)
Jeff Foxworthy (Movie 1 and 2)
Bret Marnell (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Joshua Rubin (2021 series)
Handy Smurf (depicted as wearing overalls, a visor attached to the front of his cap, and with a pencil above his ear) is the handyman of the Smurfs. He helps fix things in the village and is known for his amazing technological inventions. He is the inventor of Clockwork Smurf and Clockwork Smurfette. Also known as the stress reliever in the village. He and Hefty are shown to be good friends, despite some heated arguments.

In the 1981 series, his overalls are white, but both in the comics, the movies, and the 2021 series, his overalls are blue.

In the video game "The Prisoner of the Green Stone", he is the main protagonist.

8. Jokey Smurf Schtroumpf Farceur Comics + 1961 Cartoon+ 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Nelly Beghin (1960s TV Series)
June Foray and Ronnie Schell (1981 series)
Paul Reubens (Movie 1 and 2)
Gabriel Iglesias (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Kaycie Chase (2021 series)
Jokey is the village prankster. In both cartoon shows, Jokey almost always used the same form of "joke"; yellow- and red-wrapped present boxes that he offers to his victims, saying that it is a "surprise". When opened, the "present" box explodes with a sizable quantity of black smoke which blackens the receiver's face (or entire body depending on the explosion's size). Gargamel is naturally a favorite target, and Brainy is as well. Sometimes Jokey is victim of his own pranks as well. In "Jokey’s Joke Book" it was revealed that he has a book called Big Book of Laughs, though this book was destroyed.
9. Greedy Smurf Schtroumpf Gourmand Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movies 1 and 2 + 2021 Cartoon Hamilton Camp (1981 series)
Kenan Thompson (Movie 1 and 2)
Ilse La Monaca (2021 series)
Greedy is an exceptionally gluttonous Smurf. He has an exceptional interest in eating cakes and other pastry. Greedy usually cannot seem to help himself and he is often chased by Chef Smurf for stealing snacks and food.

In the 1981 series, this character was combined with that of both Chef Smurf and Baker Smurf, where he enjoys baking and cooking, but eventually ends up eating his own creations, hence the name. This was dropped in the 2021 series. He wears a chef's toque and apron in the comics. In one episode of the 1981 series, he was angry when the Smurfs not respected his cooking, so he stops cooking for them, but he gets kidnapped by the gnomes and was Forced to work for their king. Luckily, the Smurfs were able to save him and they return to the village.

In the 1981 series, instead of an apron he wears a napkin around his neck, and he also makes sweets for his fellow Smurfs when they fell sad.

10. Chef Smurf Schtroumpf Cuisinier Comics + Movie 1 + 2021 Cartoon Wolfgang Puck (Movie)
Vincent Broes (2021 series)
Chef Smurf is the Smurf village's chef. He knows dozens of recipes and cooks many dishes. He always wears his toque blanche (white chef's hat). In the 1981 series, Chef, Baker and Greedy are combined into the same character, which was dropped in the 2021 series. Volume 11, a Smurf is called Schtroumpf Gourmand, who looks just like Schtroumpf cuisinier (wearing a toque blanche, neckerchief and apron). In Volume 23, Schtroumpf Gourmand is shown wearing the normal Smurf outfit (like he has in all other volumes) and Schtroumpf Cuisinier again wearing the chef outfit, so Volume 12 may have just been a mistake.
11. Vanity Smurf Schtroumpf Coquet Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movies + 2021 Cartoon Alan Oppenheimer (1981 series)
John Oliver (Movie 1 and 2)
Tituss Burgess (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Daniel Sieteiglesias (2021 series)
Vanity Smurf has a flower in the right side of his hat. Vanity's flower changes color in: white (comics), pink (1981 TV series), bright yellow (live-action films) and creamy yellow (Smurfs: The Lost Village and the 2021 TV series). In The Smurfs: A Christmas Carol, he wears a poinsettia to suit the occasion, and in The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow, he wears a cornucopia for a hat. He holds a hand mirror, staring into his own reflection, which he kisses it. He thinks he is the best-looking of all of the Smurfs, although all the Smurfs are the same. On episode 393 of the podcast Comic Book Central, Alan Oppenheimer said he based Vanity’s voice on Jack Benny.[1]

In Movie 2, Vanity becomes Commando Smurf.

12. Lazy Smurf Schtroumpf Paresseux Comics + 1961 Cartoon + 1981 Cartoon + Movie (brief cameo) + 2021 Cartoon Jeannine Cherel (1960s TV Series)
Michael Bell (1981 series)
Sandra Asratian (2021 series)
Lazy Smurf is the laziest of all the Smurfs. He spends almost all his time sleeping, either: in his bed, a hammock, on the grass, under a tree, or anywhere at any time day or night, even in the village’s well.
13. Harmony Smurf Schtroumpf Musicien Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Hamilton Camp (1981 series)
Davis Freeman (2021 series)
Harmony Smurf is a musician who especially loves to play the trumpet, although his musical ability shows a total lack of harmony (somewhat like the singing of a certain fictional Armorican bard, or Johan's blonde-haired, diminutive sidekick). Harmony is usually asked to stop playing his trumpet as soon as he gets started. Some English editions name him as Rocker Smurf.

In the 2021 series, he’s seen wearing sunglasses.

14. Farmer Smurf Schtroumpf Paysan Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon + Movies Alan Young (1981 series)
Joel McCrary (Movie 1 and 2)
Jeff Dunham (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Davis Freeman (2021 series)
Farmer Smurf is the farmer of the Smurf village. He helps organize crops and harvests food for the winter. He gets his own genie in a bottle named Gourdy, though he generally prefers working for things rather than wishing for them. In the 1981 series, and the early comics, he dresses in ordinary Smurf clothes. In later comics and animation media, he wears a straw hat and green overalls, though at one point in the comics, he had worn Smurf pants held by two suspenders with clogs.
15. Poet Smurf Schtroumpf Poète Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Frank Welker (1981 series)
Lawrence Sheldon (2021 series)
Poet Smurf is the poet of the village. He is very sensitive and artistic, and he spends most of his time wandering in nature to improvise poems about it, and sometimes has trouble finding verses that rhyme. He usually manages to do it through some accident.
16. Painter Smurf Schtroumpf Peintre Comics + 1961 Cartoon + 1981 Cartoon + Movie (cameo) + 2021 Cartoon Jeannine Cherel (1960s TV Series)
William Callaway (1981 series)
Charlie Cattrall (2021 series)
Painter Smurf the village’s artist and is active in most visual arts. He wears a red jacket with a black tie, and is often seen making a painting. In the 1981 series, he speaks with a French accent and refers to his paintings as "masterpizzes," and his favorite subject of his paintings is Smurfette.

In the comics, the 1981 series, and the 2021 series, he wears a white Phrygian cap but wears a black beret in the movies.

17. Scaredy Smurf Schtroumpf Peureux Comics + 1981 Cartoon

+ 2021 Cartoon

Alan Young (1981 series)
Tess Bryant (2021 series)
Scaredy Smurf easily gets scared by anything whether it is a small insect or the noise of a storm. He is often teased by the other Smurfs because of this.
18. Sloppy Smurf Schtroumpf Sale Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Marshall Efron (1981 series)
Mark Irons (2021 series)
Sloppy Smurf is a filthy Smurf with a passion for dirt, garbage, and rotten fruit. His face is perpetually grimy, his hat is grubby and disheveled, and one of his loose stockings is perpetually torn, revealing his toes. Sloppy owns a pet fly named Fly, whom he sometimes walks on a leash and has taught to do tricks like a dog.
19. Tracker Smurf Schtroumpf Traqueur 1981 Cartoon Henry Polic II
Tracker Smurf is a Smurf who is exclusive to the 1981 cartoon. He wears a small red feather in his cap and sometimes carries a walking stick. He is an excellent outdoorsman and tracker. He also possesses an excellent sense of smell capable of locating truffles growing underground. In "A Mere Truffle", he receives the Brainy treatment (thrown away or kicked away and lands on his head).
20. Baby Smurf Bebe Schtroumpf Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Julie McWhirter (1981 series)
Bérangére McNeese (2021 series)
Baby Smurf was brought by a Stork on the night of the blue moon. He’s loved by Grouchy since he has a soft spot for him. Baby is also loved by Smurfette, Papa, Grandpa, Nanny, the Smurflings and every Smurf in the village. He has display magic powers when nobody was watching and Baby is the only one who can open Puppy's locket when nobody else can. Baby is much more prone to temper tantrums and often starts crying.

Baby is usually holden by the adult Smurfs, but since season 6, Baby is now holden by the Smurflings as well, usually by Sassette.

In the comics, he alternates his suit between white and pink. This is not seen in both of the 1981 and 2021 series, as his suit was white.

21. Nat Smurfling (formerly known as Natural Smurf) Schtroumpf Nature Comics + 1981 Cartoon Joey Camen (adult) and Charlie Adler (Smurfling)
Originally a full grown Smurf known as Natural Smurf, he had his age reversed in an accident with Father Time's Reverse Clock becoming a Smurfling in season 5. He is very friendly and kind-hearted towards his fellow Smurfs and fellow Smurflings and the animals in the forest. He wears light brown overalls, a straw hat, and is always barefoot (similar to some depictions of hillbillies). Nat can talk to animals and loves all things related to nature and the environment.
22. Snappy Smurfling Schtroumpf Colérique Comics + 1981 Cartoon Pat Musick
Snappy Smurf had his age reversed in an accident and became Snappy Smurfling in an accident with Father Time's Reverse Clock. Snappy is very bratty, rude, and reckless, and loves getting his own way, yet he has a caring side too. This was shown in the episode "Fire-Fighting Smurfs". He admires Hefty for his strength, and he often tries to imitate him. Snappy wears a yellow T-shirt with a storm cloud on it in the cartoon and the comics, which is indicative of his impulsive disposition. He used to have a teddy bear named Huggy in which he gives it to Baby. In a interview, Pat Musick said that her favorite episode is "Little Big Smurf".
23. Slouchy Smurfling Schtroumpf Mollasson Comics + 1981 Cartoon Noelle North
Slouchy Smurf had his age reversed in an accident with Father Time's Reverse Clock and became Slouchy Smurfling. Slouchy is not a very enthusiastic Smurf, as he is very calm, laidback, and quiet, and he often takes a relaxed pose with eyes half-closed. Slouchy has a red tee-shirt and loose-fitting white cap.
24. Sassette Smurfling Sassette Comics + 1981 Cartoon Julie McWhirter
Sassette was created by the Smurflings as a sister for Smurfette. Like Smurfette, Sassette was evil at first as she was created using Gargamel's original spell, but with a Smurf-sized lump of magical blue clay. Papa Smurf used the same spell on her that he had used on Smurfette to make her a real Smurf. Sassette is a little redhead young female Smurfling with pigtails and pink overalls. She is also a tomboy and is playful, energetic, and very happy. She is an adventurer. She likes to call Papa Smurf "Pappy" and Grandpa Smurf "Grandpy". She has somewhat of a warm place in her heart for Gargamel since she was made by his spell, calling him "Pappy Gargamel". Sassette has a rag doll named Smurfy Lou. She likes playing usual boy games. She is the most emotional of all the Smurflings. She has a pet frog which she does not have in the comics. Sassette likes animals like Nat, although she does not have the ability to talk to them, and she has many catchphrases based on animals in many episodes she appeared in. She was the only Smurfling in the village to have the most faith on Grandpa Smurf. Sassette also comes up with new plans to make the lives of her fellow adult Smurfs easier. She often follows the adult Smurfs on dangerous missions. Sassette is usually the Smurfling to hold Baby when around her after the events of "Bringing Up Bigfeet", she can also be seen with Baby as well, as they act like brother and sister. Clumsy also acts as a brother for Sassette as well. She is also best friends with Denisa as well. Sassette has the most high pitched voice out of all the Smurfs. She has freckles in the comics which she does not have in the 1981 series. She spends most of her time with Nat, Snappy and Slouchy and they become best friends with each other. Sassette is close with Smurfette as the two are sisters and Smurfette likes to teach Sassette about topics Sassette is confused on. However, Smurfette and Sassette have gotten bumps in their relationship (season 5: Smurfette’s Rose; season 7: To Coin a Smurf). Despite the fights, Smurfette apologizes for any mistakes she has made to Sassette.

In both the comics and the 1981 series, Sassette appears the most out of her fellow Smurflings.

25. Grandpa Smurf Vieux vieux Schtroumpf Comics + 1981 Cartoon Jonathan Winters
Grandpa Smurf (who does not appear in the original comics, except in the ones made for the magazine) is the oldest of all the Smurfs. He returned to the Smurf village after a five hundred-year absence. Grandpa walks slightly bent over with a cane, has a long, tapering moustache and beard, and wears yellow overalls, a yellow hat, and glasses. He has a magic balloon, which he uses it to travel with the Smurflings.
26. Alchemist Smurf Apprenti Schtroumpf Comics
A Smurf with an unusual interest in doing his own chemical and magical experiments making him the residential alchemist.
27. Timid Smurf (a.k.a. Actor Smurf) Schtroumpf Timide/Schtroumpf Acteur Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Frank Welker (1981 series)
Madeleine Fletcher (2021 series)
Timid is a very shy Smurf. He once decided to adopt a dragon he called Grumpf, after he felt insecure because he did not have many friends, but in the movie The Smurfs and the Magic Flute, he is always an actor when Papa presents the Smurfs to Johan and Peewit. In the 2021 show, however, he’s never an actor and is always shy.
28. Architect Smurf 1981 Cartoon Brenda Vaccaro
Architect Smurf is the Smurfs' residential architect. He designs all the mushroom houses of the Smurf village, including the Smurflings’ playhouse. In the cartoon, Architect burned out on designing only mushroom houses and built a skyscraper to replace the village. After a fire burns the skyscraper down, Architect fells guilty for what has he done, and he and Smurfs move back into the village.
29. Baker Smurf Schtroumpf Boulanger Comics + Movies B.J. Novak (The Smurfs, The Smurfs 2)
Gordon Ramsay (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Baker Smurf is the local baker of the village. He directs a bakery shop and provides fresh bread for the Smurfs. In the 1981 series, Chef, Baker and Greedy are combined into the same character, which was dropped in the 2021 series.
30. Clockwork Smurf (not an actual Smurf) Le Schtroumpf Robot/Mécanique Comics + 1981 Cartoon Frank Welker
Clockwork Smurf is a wooden robot who was built by Handy Smurf. Despite the European Middle Age technology level at which the Smurfs are, he is capable of feelings and morality. Clockwork Smurf's favorite trick is eating smilax leaves, turning them into hot smilax soup and giving them to his fellow Smurfs. Despite being built by Handy, he left the village to live with King Gerald.

In the comic, he is slightly bigger than the Smurfs, and he stays in the village due to King Gerald not appearing in the comics.

31. Clockwork Smurfette (not an actual Smurf) Le Schtroumpfette Robot/Mécanique 1981 Cartoon
Like Clockwork Smurf, Clockwork Smurfette is a wooden robot who was built by Handy Smurf. She was made to be the female companion of Clockwork Smurf. Like her male counterpart, Clockwork Smurfette is capable of feelings and morality.
32. Dabbler Smurf Comics + 1981 Cartoon Frank Welker
Dabbler Smurf is the most introverted and sentimental Smurf. He is constantly tormented by an inherent sadness, which stems from the inability of his friends and family to understand him. Dabbler's life is a never-ending quest for love and to be understood.

In the 1981 series, Dabbler becomes Doctor Smurf when Papa Smurf leaves the village to visit Homnibus.

33. Doctor Smurf Docteur Schtroumpf Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Frank Welker
Doctor Smurf is the Smurfs' residential doctor. He has a very superficial knowledge of medicine and health, using scattered sources of medical books to give prescriptions to his patients. Nevertheless, he takes great pride in his self-established job which is lackluster at best and harmful at worst.
34. Dopey Smurf Schtroumpf Bêta Comics + 2021 Cartoon Mark Irons
Dopey Smurf is portrayed as the least intelligent among the Smurfs. Other Smurfs often request him to get some object for them, and then he returns with a different one, having misunderstood. This is a running gag in the comics.

In the 2021 series, he is named Dimwitty, and he works as a firefighter with Clumsy.

35. Enamored Smurf Schtroumpf Amoureux Comics
Enamored Smurf has been in love with Smurfette ever since her arrival. He dreams about her, carves her name in trees, and pulls the petals off daisies, reciting "She loves me, she loves me not ..." When she loves him not, he cries all night.
36. Finance Smurf Schtroumpf Financier Comics
Finance Smurf is notable in Smurf comics for introducing currency to his peers, after being fascinated by its use in the human world. It was abandoned after a while since using currency created poverty and corruption among them.
37. Flying Smurf (a.k.a. Aviator Smurf) Schtroumpf Volant Comics + 1961 Cartoon + Movies Jeannine Cherel (1960s TV Series)
Flying Smurf has a sole passion in life....flying. He has tried several ways to fly in the air: sticking feathers on his arms, using a hot-air balloon, even eating a yeast mixture. His attempts were only short-lived and he gave up for a while....until he sought assistance from Handy Smurf who built him a big wooden mechanical airplane.
38. King Smurf Le Schtroumpfissime Comics + 1981 Cartoon Danny Goldman
King Smurf is a Smurf with a passion for power and being a leader. His story was first published in 1964 and a TV cartoon episode was made called King Smurf in which Brainy Smurf is the one who becomes king. In the comic, he is an anonymous Smurf. When Papa Smurf leaves the village on a long journey, the Smurfs hold an election to select his temporary replacement. King Smurf beats Brainy 99 to 1 (the dissenting vote was from another anonymous smurf who was told by King Smurf to vote for Brainy). However, his rule turns into a tyrannical one and conflict results, which only ends with Papa Smurf's return.
39. Miner Smurf Schtroumpf Mineur Comics + 1981 Cartoon Alan Young
Miner Smurf is the local miner of the village. He runs a mine in the forest from where most fossil material used among the Smurfs comes from. He wears an old dark blue jacket, red neckerchief, trousers and a metal hard hat.

In the cartoon, he looks like a normal Smurf, except he wears green-yellow gloves and has a small wax candle on the top of his dirty hat for illumination. He speaks with an Irish accent (often exclaiming "Faith and Begorrah!").

40. Nanny Smurf (a.k.a. Granny Smurf) Mémé Schtroumpf Comics + 1981 Cartoon Susan Blu
An old flame of Grandpa Smurf's, Nanny enters the cartoon series after being trapped inside a cursed castle for centuries. It is unclear if she was somehow created via sorcery like Smurfette and Sassette. She is introduced in Season 8 of the series and she owns a pet named Smoogle. She affectionately calls Grandpa Smurf "Grampers".
41. Nosey Smurf Schtroumpf Fouineur Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Smurfs: The Lost Village + 2021 Cartoon Frank Nelson
Kelly Asbury (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Nosey Smurf is always curious, always wanting to know everything. In fact, he is so curious he pokes around in the other Smurfs' business, causing problems for everyone and nearly endangering his fellow Smurfs by snooping into the plans of twin sister witches looking for the mythical Land of Yore.

He later becomes "Reporter Smurf" in the 1981 series and is renamed "Curious Smurf" in the 2021 series.

42. Editor Smurf Schtroumpf Editeur 1981 Cartoon Don Messick
The Smurfs' residential editor-in-chief. Editor Smurf brings out the newspapers.
43. Fisher Smurf Schtroumpf Pêcheur Comics
Fisher Smurf is occasionally seen in the comics and is the Smurfs' residential fisherman, although he doesn't have luck with catching any fish.
44. Miller Smurf Schtroumpf Meunier Comics
Miller Smurf is a Smurf who wears a blue and white striped Smurf hat and the clothes of a Dutch mill operator. He is the Smurf who harvests wheat and brings it to Baker Smurf.
45. Reflection Smurf (a.k.a. Hundredth Smurf) Centième Schtroumpf Comics + 1981 Cartoon Alan Oppenheimer
Reflection Smurf used to be Vanity Smurf's reflection as the name implies, but came to life after a lightning bolt struck Vanity Smurf's mirror. He originally spoke in a reverse Smurf language and did everything in reverse. When he tried to get back into the mirror after being kicked out of Vanity's house when he and Vanity got into an argument and it was struck by another lightning bolt at the same time, he could speak and do everything normally and has done so ever since.
46. Reporter Smurf Schtroumpf Reporter Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Mark Irons (2021 series)
Reporter Smurf is the reporter of the village. He likes to write sensational articles for his own newspaper and has a tendency to look for controversial news which eventually causes him problems. He appears in the special The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow.
47. Sculptor Smurf Schtroumpf Sculpteur Comics + 2021 Cartoon Don Messick
Sculptor Smurf is, as his name tells, the sculptor in the village, and spends most of his time making sculptures of other Smurfs. He is identified by his gray work smock, although in the early comics and the 2021 TV series, nothing visually sets Sculptor apart from the other Smurfs besides his use of a hammer and carving.
48. Sneezy Smurf (a.k.a. Sickly Smurf) Schtroumpf Frileux Comics + 1981 Cartoon Don Messick
Sneezy Smurf is a Smurf who is very cold-sensitive. Always shivering, he is always wrapped in a big scarf. Despite wearing several layers of thick, warm clothes, he still cannot get over his permanent flu, making him sneeze often. He only appears in Season 3 episodes 14 and 23.
49. Stinky Smurf / Nice-Smelling Smurf Schtroumpf Puant Comics + 1981 Cartoon
Stinky Smurf hated to wash, which gave him an awful and unbearable body scent, making him attract flies and repel his fellow Smurfs, especially Smurfette. Although he once managed to thwart Gargamel using his stench, he was forcefully given a bath and became Nice-Smelling Smurf.
50. Sweepy Smurf Schtroumpf Ramoneur Comics + 1981 Cartoon Don Messick
Sweepy Smurf is a chimney sweep with a British accent, almost sounding like Dick Van Dyke in Walt Disney's Mary Poppins. He carries a chimney sweep broom, wears a black brimmed hat, red scarf around his neck, and black pants/shoes. He tends to have a dirt cloud around him, causing everything (and everyone) around him to get dirty.
51. Tailor Smurf Schtroumpf Tailleur Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movie (cameo in credits) + 2021 Cartoon Kip King (1981 series)
Charlie Cattrall (2021 series)
Tailor Smurf is the Smurfs' residential tailor who makes all the clothes in the village. He is often seen with two needles in his cap and a tape measure around his neck. Tailor speaks with a noticeable New York-Jewish accent, somewhat like the Eastern European Jewish immigrants that came to New York City, and worked as tailors there, in the late 1800s. He also made a rag doll named Smurfy Lou for Sassette.
52. Weakling Smurf (a.k.a Wimpy Smurf) Schtroumpf Chétif Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Alan Young (1981 series)
Kaycie Chase (2021 series)
Weakling Smurf is a puny Smurf who tries to be athletic, but fails at all kinds of sports. When Hefty Smurf organizes the Olympic Smurfs (published in 1980), Weakling tries but fails to make an impact while in the training stage and decides to give up. Papa Smurf gives him a special potion that he says will enable him to compete. Weakling proceeds to win every contest he enters but, on being awarded his medal, confesses that he cheated. Papa Smurf then reveals that his potion was nothing more than a form of harmless jam that he gave to Weakling in order to boost his morale, meaning that Weakling did win the Games on his own merit. In the 2021 series, he is named Wimpy.
53. Wild Smurf Schtroumpf Sauvage Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Frank Welker (1981 series)
Luke Calzonetti (2021 series)
Wild Smurf only wears clothing made of leaves. He is a young feral Smurf and is not understood by the other Smurfs. Having been lost as a baby and brought up by a family of squirrels, he can communicate with animals and ask for their assistance, and has a squirrel friend named Chitter. He appears to be the same age as most of the other Smurfs. He’s admired by the Smurflings, particularly by Nat.
54. Weepy Smurf Schtroumpf Pleureur Comics + 1981 Cartoon Mona Marshall
Weepy Smurf is a crybaby Smurf. Weepy cries at the drop of a hat. He holds an orange handkerchief.
55. Tuffy Smurf Schtroumpf Batailleur 1981 Cartoon Pat Fraley
Tuffy Smurf acts tougher than he is and often challenges others to fisticuffs and gets knocked out each time. He is notable for wearing a black belt with a buckle and actually fighting Azrael (although he always comes out worse for wear). Appears in season 4: The Smurfbox Derby and season 4: Gargamel's Giant.
56. Wooly Smurf 1981 Cartoon Dick Gautier
Wooly Smurf is the Smurfs' residential sheep shearer who shears sheep. He wears a wool hat and shears on a belt. Wooly often talks with a Texan accent. He only appears in the episodes "Wild and Wooly" and "Sleepless Smurfs".
57. Nurse Smurf Schtroumpf Infirmier Comics
Nurse Smurf is the Smurfs' residential nurse. He is shown in Volume 12 wrapping another Smurf's finger.
58. Lucky Smurf Schtroumpf Chançard Comics
After watching the humans making bets, Lucky Smurf brings gambling to the village in Volume 23, Les Schtroumpfs Joueurs. His name is ironic since he is very unlucky at gambling.
59. Lumberjack Smurf (a.k.a. Timber Smurf) Schtroumpf Bûcheron Comics + 1981 Cartoon Bernard Erhard
Lumberjack Smurf is the Smurfs' residential lumberjack. He wears a knit hat and a flannel shirt.
60. Pretentious Smurf Schtroumpf Prétentieux Comics
Pretentious Smurf thinks a little too much of himself.
61. Pastrycook Smurf Schtroumpf Pâtissier Comics
Pastrycook Smurf is the Smurfs' residential pastry chef. He wears a white hat and apron and cooks pastries for the village.
62. Cook Smurf Schtroumpf Cuistot Comics + 1981 Cartoon
Like Chef Smurf, Cook Smurf is the Smurf's residential cook. He has a different, taller chef's hat than Pastrycook Smurf, an apron and a neckerchief.
63. Submariner Smurf Schtroumpf Sous-marinier/Marinier Comics
Submariner Smurf is a sailor who used a submarine that Handy Smurf made for him. After a run-in with a fish and Gargamel, it was converted to land use with wheels. When that did not work, it was turned into a pool at which point he became Mariner Smurf.
64. Gutsy Smurf Schtroumpf Téméraire Movie 1 and 2 Alan Cumming
Gutsy Smurf is a brave, noble Smurf who appears in the Smurfs movies and CGI short films. He has a Scottish accent and wears a plaid, Scottish kilt with pants underneath. He has orange/brown sideburns that most Smurfs his age do not.
65. Navigator Smurf Schtroumpf Navigateur Comics
Navigator Smurf is the Smurf's residential navigator who sails boats and sometimes wears a blue bicorne hat.
66. Hunter Smurf Schtroumpf Chasseur Comics
Hunter Smurf is the Smurfs' residential hunter. He wears a feather in his hat and has a bow and arrows. Hunter Smurf is a very inept archer however, and he always manages to miss his targets.
67. Marco Smurf Marco Schtroumpfo Comics + 1981 Cartoon Rob Paulsen
Marco Smurf wears an old English hat and a medallion around his neck and goes out to sea to get the Smurfs' spices. The last time he went, it took him two years to get back home and the other Smurfs had to go on an expedition to find him. He is a spoof of the explorer Marco Polo.
68. Flighty Smurf Schtroumpf Indécis Comics + 1981 Cartoon Paul Winchell
Flighty Smurf has problems making decisions.
(should not be counted). Don Smurfo Don Schtroumpfo 1981 Cartoon William Callaway
Don Smurfo is a fictional character in a Smurf book. When Jokey disguised himself as this Smurf to charm Smurfette, he spoke with an Italian accent.
69. Nobody Smurf 1981 Cartoon
A Smurf who always seems to get overlooked.
70. Pushover Smurf Schtroumpf Bonasse 1981 Cartoon Ronnie Schell
Pushover Smurf can not say "no" to any task given to him. Appeared only in the cartoon story "The Smurf Who Couldn't Say No", which caused him to become a pushover "sometimes".
71. Crazy Smurf Schtroumpf Zinzin Movie 1 and 2 John Kassir
A new Smurf character for the 2011 movie. He is the craziest smurf.
72. Narrator Smurf Schtroumpf Narrateur Movie 1 and 2 Tom Kane
Another new Smurf character for the 2011 movie. He is the Smurfs' narrator who narrates what happens to each Smurf or person during the course of the movie, much to Grouchy's dismay.
73. Passive-Aggressive Smurf Schtroumpf Casseur d'Ambiance Movie 2 Jimmy Kimmel
He was a Smurf that was referenced in the first movie. He appeared in the second movie where he tells Papa Smurf that Brainy is an excellent choice for a time-traveling companion and then adds "Good luck with that" (which only makes Brainy complain).
74. Panicky Smurf Movie 2 Adam Wylie
The next new Smurf character for the second movie. He is a Smurf who always panics when he's afraid.
75. Social Smurf Schtroumpf Réseau Movie 2 Mario Lopez
A blogging Smurf that is exclusive to the second movie.
76. Smooth Smurf Movie 2 Shaquille O'Neal
A smooth-talking Smurf that is exclusive to the second movie. He is a musician who is part of Narrator Smurf's band.
77. Clueless Smurf Schtroumpf Paumé Movie 2 Shaun White
A clueless Smurf that is exclusive to the second movie.
78. Party Planner Smurf Movie 2 Kevin Lee
A Smurf that is exclusive to the second movie. He provides the party service for the Smurfs.
79. Vexy Smurf Vexy Movie 2 Christina Ricci
Vexy was an original creation by Gargamel. Like her brother Hackus, Vexy was turned into a real Smurf by the spell that was originally used on Smurfette.
80. Hackus Smurf Movie 2 J. B. Smoove
Hackus was an original creation by Gargamel who is not very bright. Like his sister Vexy, Hackus was turned into a real Smurf by the spell that was originally used on Smurfette.
81. Complimentary Smurf Movie 2 N/A
He is a new Smurf mentioned in the first movie. He was mentioned in the scene where the Smurfs talked about all their Smurfy family that they missed.
82. Drummer Smurf Schtroumpf Tambour Comics + CGI short films N/A
He is a new Smurf shown in The Smurfs: The Legend of Smurfy Hollow. He is distinguished primarily by his drum set.
83. Schemer Smurf The Smurfs and the Magic Flute N/A
He rides on Feathers and tries to take back the magic flute from the villain in The Smurfs and the Magic Flute.
84. Dreamy Smurf Schtroumpf Réveur 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Don Messick (1981 series)
Ilse La Monaca (2021 series)
A daydreamer who constantly fantasizes about visiting faraway lands, like other planets and meeting aliens (season 1: The Astrosmurf; season 2: It Came from Outer Smurf; season 5: Dreamy's Pen Pals). In "The Last Smurfberry" (season 3), he becomes the captain of the Smurfs' ship, the S.S. Smurf II, and fills the position for the rest of the 1981 show, and the Smurfs often referred to him as "Captain Dreamy". His adventures are split between different Smurfs (like Pilot Smurf and Traveler Smurf) in the comics.

In the 2021 series, he is named Dreamer.

85. Gullible Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village Scott Menville
A Smurf who falls for everything, especially Jokey's pranks.
86. Paranoid Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village N/A
A Smurf who stays inside his house with the shades closed. What exactly he is paranoid about is unknown.
87. Policeman Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village N/A
Supposedly a police officer-type Smurf who mostly stands in the middle of the street directing traffic, despite the fact that there is no traffic in Smurf Village or even cars for that matter. Rather than wearing white, his outfit is a dark blue with a noticeable black brim on the front of his cap. He also possesses white gloves, a police baton, sunglasses and a red blow whistle.
88. Magician Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village N/A
A Smurf who performs magic tricks where he acts as the Smurf's residential magician.
89. Mime Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village N/A
A Smurf that wears mime make up, a black cap, and pants and a striped shirt. As his name implies he acts like a mime artist.
90. Table-Eating Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village N/A
As his name implies, this Smurf likes to chomp down on the edge of tables. Even Papa Smurf seems confused by his behavior. By the end of the movie, two female Smurfs from the lost village join him in his bizarre habit.
91. Karate Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village Danik Thomas
A Smurf who knows karate and teaches it to the other Smurfs. Additionally, he wears a white gi, a black belt, and a red headband that fits around his Smurf cap.
92. Winner Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village N/A
A Smurf who seems to constantly win competitions that he takes part in. He is often in the company of Loser Smurf.
93. Loser Smurf Smurfs: The Lost Village N/A
A Smurf who constantly loses. He is often in the company of Winner Smurf.
94. Smurfwillow Saule Comics + Smurfs: The Lost Village + 2021 Cartoon Show Julia Roberts (The Lost Village)
Catherine Hersey (2021 series)
The motherly leader of the girls village, she is Papa Smurf's female counterpart.
95. Smurfblossom Bouton d'Or Comics + Smurfs: The Lost Village + 2021 Cartoon Show Ellie Kemper (The Lost Village)
Sandra Asratian (2021 series)
A friendly, peppy, and energetic female Smurf. She tends to laugh a lot over the words "papa" and "boy", and it is said that her favorite song just repeats the word "hey". In the 2021 Cartoon show, her dress is now pink and her shoes are white.
96. Smurfstorm Tempête Comics + Smurfs: The Lost Village + 2021 Cartoon Show Michelle Rodriguez (The Lost Village)
Sandra Asratian (2021 series)
Also known as "Stormy", she is a tough, tomboyish girl Smurf who is initially quite suspicious when Smurfette and the boy Smurfs come in search of the lost village. In the 2021 Cartoon show, her dress is dark green.
97. Smurflily Fleur de Lys Comics + Smurfs: The Lost Village + 2021 Cartoon Show Ariel Winter (The Lost Village)
Jackie Jones (2021 series)
A gentle and warm girl Smurf. She was the Smurf that Smurfette saw when she saw Smurf eyes through a leaf. In the 2021 Cartoon show, her dress is a yellow-orange color, and her shoes are lighter.
98. Smurfbegonia Bégonia Smurfs: The Lost Village+ Comics + 2021 Cartoon Show Loreanne Asratian (2021 series)
A ditzy and absent-minded female Smurf, she often looks at the bright side of someone and tends to miss the point in things. In the comics she has floppy bangs and a light purple lily flower, in the 2021 Cartoon show, she has a similar hair style to Smurfstorm’s, she has a yellow dress and a pink lily flower.
99. Smurfmelody Mélodie Comics + Smurfs: The Lost Village Meghan Trainor
A female Smurf who is musically inclined.
100. Smurfjade Jade Smurfs: The Lost Village Melissa Sturm
A female Smurf, not much is known about her other than her name when she introduced herself.
101. Smurfpetal Pétale Smurfs: The Lost Village
A female Smurf.
102. Smurfclover Trèfle Smurfs: The Lost Village
A female Smurf who has a crush on Clumsy Smurf.[2]
103. Smurfmeadow Chanterelle Smurfs: The Lost Village
A female Smurf.
104. Smurfdaisy Daisy Smurfs: The Lost Village
A female Smurf.
105. Smurfholly Houx Smurfs: The Lost Village
A female Smurf.
106. Smurfhazel Noisette Smurfs: The Lost Village
A female Smurf.
107. Smurfhoney Miel Smurfs: The Lost Village + Comics
A female Smurf. She takes care of the bees.
108. Smurfmouse Taupe Comics
A female Smurf. She bumps into everything, because she refuses to acknowledge her nearsightedness.

Villains[edit]

Name Original French name Appears in Voiced by
Gargamel Gargamel Comics + 1961 Cartoon + 1981 Cartoon + Movie 1 and 2 + Spin-off Movie + 2021 Cartoon Jacques Courtois (1960s TV Series)
Paul Winchell (1981 series)
Hank Azaria (Movie 1 and 2, CGI short films)
Rainn Wilson (Smurfs: The Lost Village)
Richard McGonagle (2020–present)
Lenny Mark Irons (2021 Series)
The main antagonist and sworn enemy of the Smurfs, Gargamel is an evil wizard with limited powers. Gargamel is absolutely obsessed with the Smurfs, and his main goal vacillates from trying to eat them to trying to capture them for use in a potion to make gold to simply getting revenge.

In the cartoon TV shows, he attempts to eat The Smurfs and in the movies, his motive is to draw off their blue energy which will give him unlimited sorcerous powers.

His head is balding, his nose is protuberant, his black robe is worn and patched, and his teeth are rotten.

Azrael Azrael Comics + 1961 Cartoon + 1981 Cartoon + Movie 1 and 2 + Spin-off Movie + 2021 Cartoon Nelly Beghin (1960s TV Series)
Don Messick (1981 Cartoon)
Mr. Krinkle the Cat (Movies 1 and 2)
Frank Welker (voice, Movies 1 and 2, CGI short films, Smurfs: The Lost Village, 2011–present)
Cherise Silvestri (2021 Series)
Gargamel's pet cat. Although Gargamel never treats him well, Azrael manages to put up with his master. Azrael tends to realize beforehand that Gargamel's schemes will go awry, but reluctantly goes along with them anyway in hopes of possibly capturing a Smurf to eat. Azrael shares Gargamel's distinctive laugh. Azrael was originally female in the comic books, but was changed to a male in the cartoon show and returned as a male in later comics and in the movies. In movie #1, Gargamel cast a spell which landed Azrael on top of his head, and Gargamel realized that he was a boy when he looked from under Azrael's tail. In one episode of the series, Azrael got so tired of Gargamel treating him cruelly that he turned against his master.

In the movies, Azrael still remains loyal to Gargamel, although he laughs at his master whenever he gets humiliated or hurt. In movie #2, Azrael becomes so angry with his master that he attacks him when he taunts him about his failure.

Hogatha Griffin the Evil Witch Hogatha Comics + 1981 Cartoon Janet Waldo
Hogatha is a character who was created for the television cartoon series, but has appeared in at least one of the comics for the magazine, which has often borrowed stories from episodes of the show. She is an evil, ugly witch who uses her magic to lure unsuspecting suitors and occasionally cause trouble for the Smurfs. Hogatha snorts loudly with her large wart-covered nose. She thinks she is beautiful, although she is actually quite ugly and wears a red wig to cover her baldness. She rides on a long-suffering vulture whose name tends to vary from one episode to another, but the most frequent one is Harold. She and Gargamel dislike each other, and she often refers to him as "Garglesmell". Hogatha used a spell to disguise herself as a Smurf who constantly snorts and causes trouble, under the name Snorty Smurf, in the first-season episode of the 1981 series "The Fake Smurf" (in the book version of the story, Gargamel is the one who changes himself into a Smurf). Regardless of being somehow vain at times during the show, Hogatha seeks to achieve acceptance from others and actively seeks love, showing a good side of her nature.
Lord Balthazar Lord Balthazar 1981 Cartoon Keene Curtis
Lord Balthazar is Gargamel's godfather. Balthazar despises the Smurfs and is actually more cold-hearted than Gargamel in addition to being a more powerful sorcerer. He has a pet raven who acts as his spy, two oafish henchmen, and lives in a large castle whose moat houses a fearsome dragon called a Moat Monster. He has a niece named Denisa, which she befriended Sassette.
Chlorhydris Chlorhydris 1981 Cartoon Amanda McBroom (only in the special My Smurfy Valentine) and Linda Gary (in the all other appearances)
Chlorhydris is an evil, cold-hearted sorceress, who is more powerful than Hogatha, who devotes her time to removing love from the world. A nasty, irredeemable woman as ugly as she is evil, she lives in a gloomy castle all alone, except for an unnamed talking pet toucan and a manservant named Reeves who also drives her carriage. Her backstory was revealed in a number of episodes. In season 3's "The Tears of a Smurf," it is revealed she once married a nobleman, by whom she had a daughter named Priscilla. Chlorhydris then became insanely jealous over her husband loving her daughter more than he loved her. She caused her husband's disappearance and Priscilla, who was just a toddler at that time, grew up in a castle without love. Enraged when a young prince fell in love with her daughter, Chlorhydris used her malignant magic to cause the young man to also disappear and put a curse of ugliness on Priscilla to keep anyone else from falling in love with her. In the season 7 episode "Chlorhydris' Lost Love," it is revealed that she was once kind and caring, but became hateful when her true love was stolen away from her.
Nemesis 1981 Cartoon Frank Welker
Nemesis is a sinister, hiccupping creature shrouded in a purple robe, and he’s Grandpa Smurf’s longtime enemy. He is an evil wizard like Gargamel, only much more powerful. He is constantly trying to steal the Long-Life Stone, which is the magical artifact that grants the Smurfs their extremely long lifespans. He was once a human but after a magical accident, he became so grotesque that people were horrified at the sight of his face, so he kept his hood over it.
Scruple Scrupule 1981 Cartoon Brenda Vaccaro
Scruple is Gargamel's apprentice. Scruple was expelled from a school for wizards and lives with Gargamel as kind of an indentured servant, even though neither one enjoys being with the other. Like Azrael, Scruple often sees the flaws in Gargamel's schemes and whenever he offers a suggestion, Gargamel often accepts it as his own idea. He shows Gargamel little respect, often calling him "Gargie" to his face.
Count Gregorian 1981 Cartoon Paul Winchell
Count Gregorian is an evil wizard who only appeared in the Season 2 episode "The Raven Wizard". He was originally thought to be Princess Sabina's new tutor, but it was revealed that he was the legendary Raven Wizard, cursed with the head of a raven when the temporary spell to restore his human head wore off. He kidnapped Sabina, whose beauty he needed to restore his human face with the aid of a magical gem called the Heart Diamond, even though she would be drained of her life's energy as a result. He failed when Johan and Peewit entered his castle, the latter causing the Heart Diamond to explode, turning the wizard completely into a raven.
Mordain 1981 Cartoon Paul Winchell
Mordain is an evil court wizard who solely appears in the Season 2 episode "The Good, The Bad and The Smurfy". He captured Papa Smurf, Smurfette, Clumsy Smurf and Brainy Smurf to entertain his master King Argon and his knights on the king's birthday. He then turned them into frogs so that he could steal the king's gold. When the other Smurfs entered the castle to free the captured Smurfs, Papa Smurf turned him into a frog, where he now spends his days eating flies, and turned King Argon and the knights back to normal.
Bacchus 1981 Cartoon Paul Winchell
Bacchus is an evil Roman-era wizard and the guardian of paradise, whose one and only appearance is in the Season 1 episode episode "Paradise Smurfed". He pretended to let the Smurfs, who went to his paradise, do as they please, but, by distracting them with a game of hide-and-seek, he later showed his true nature - he wanted to eat the Smurfs, for his dinner. When the Smurfs fled, he transformed himself into a black cloud, causing rain and thunderstorms, and made ice, but Lazy Smurf was able to wake up, returning to the real world, and escaping the wizard.
Lady Imperia 1981 Cartoon
The evil aunt and guardian of the boy Prince/King Gerard, Lady Imperia appears only in the Season 1 episode "The Clockwork Smurf", in which she and her henchman Thorick have locked her nephew up in a dungeon cell, pretending to his subjects that he is ill and has to be isolated, giving her the excuse to rule in his place as regent. She plans to eventually give the false news that Gerard is dead so that she can rule permanently, leaving her nephew to rot in his cell. The Smurfs and Clockwork Smurf help Gerard to escape and expose her and she is banished from the kingdom, never to return. Although other equally evil relatives of Gerard, namely his uncle Sir Leopold in "Return of the Clockwork Smurf" and his cousin Malcolm the Mean in "The Noble Stag", have tried to take the boy king's throne instead.
Wartmongers 1981 Cartoon Various voices for each one
The Wartmongers are little toad-like creatures who live in the muck and slime of Creepy Deepy Swamp and often cause the Smurfs problems. They consider having more warts than others as a source of pride. They like ripping the wings off of the Pussywillow Pixies. Like the Pussywillow Pixies at first, they think that Smurfs are hairy, red-eyed monsters.

The following are the known Wartmongers:

  • King Bullrush (voiced by Kenneth Mars) is the king of the Wartmongers who commands his minions to do his bidding.
  • Slag (voiced by Hamilton Camp) is King Bullrush's jester.
  • Slop is a Wartmonger hunter.
  • Slime (voiced by Will Ryan) is a Wartmonger hunter.
  • Sludge (voiced by Hal Smith) is a Wartmonger hunter.
  • Wartless is a young Wartmonger who has no warts and tries to associate himself with the Wartmonger hunters.
  • Mad Mudmasher is a Wartmonger wrestler.
  • Horrible Hunk Hopper is a Wartmonger wrestler from New Croak City.
  • Ooze is a Wartmonger that is a member of a group of Wartmonger rebels that oppose King Bullrush.
  • Bildge is a Wartmonger that is a member of a group of Wartmonger rebels that oppose King Bullrush.

The Wartmongers have appeared in "The Pussywillow Pixies", "Papa's Worry Warts", "Mud Wrestling Smurfs", "Babes in Wartland", "Kow-Tow, We Won't Bow", "The Great Slime Crop Failure", "A Loss of Smurf", "Scarlet Croaker" "The Most Unsmurfy Game", and "Jokey's Cloak".

Evelyn 1981 Cartoon Ruta Lee
Evelyn is a glamorous, but evil enchantress who only appears in the Smurfs television cartoon show episode "Gargamel's Sweetheart". She rides around in a carriage with her pet black weasel Satin, which she keeps draped around her shoulders like a fur stole, and she extorts people with her magic wand to surrender all their money or valuables. Gargamel falls in love with her and tries unsuccessfully to catch her interest by pretending to be a powerful, rich sorcerer. She does feign a mutual attraction to him when he claims he knows how to make gold, and agrees to help him catch Smurfs to do so. The Smurfs outsmart them though, and she ends up dropping both her pretense and Gargamel like a hot potato.
Gargamel’s mother (a.k.a. "Mummy") Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon June Foray (1981 series)
Unknown (2021 Series)
Gargamel’s mother (or "Mummy", as she is called by her son) is a mean, quarrelsome old witch who is the mother of Gargamel. She occasionally makes unannounced visits to her son, usually to berate him over his inability to catch the Smurfs. Also when she visits, she insists on doing the cooking at which she is terrible as both her son and Azrael can attest. Gargamel's mother also hates cats and always throws Azrael out of Gargamel's hovel when she arrives to visit. On one occasion, she and Madame Lavinia tried to get Gargamel to be a suitor to a baron's daughter named Andiria. Due to the interference of the Smurfs as Gargamel keeps claiming, the baron called the wedding off. This caused Gargamel to be dealt with by his mother when they get home. When Madame Lavinia states that she still would like to be paid her commission for this involvement, Gargamel's mother states that her son "will pay."
Morphio 1981 Cartoon Unknown
Morphio is a dream demon. He owns a fire-breathing horse named Nightmare who serves as his mode of transportation. Morphio first appears in "Lazy's Nightmare" where he captures Lazy and baits the other Smurfs into getting captured. With help from Papa Smurf, Lazy thwarts Morphio. In "Sleepless Smurfs", Mophio originally haunts Gargamel's dreams until they learn that they have a mutual enemy in the Smurfs. In their collaboration, Morphio and Gargamel steal the Sleepy Sheep from the Land of Nod in order to give all the Smurfs insomnia. This time, the Smurfs lure Morphio out of the Dream World where he fell into a deep sleep.
Corbelius Comics
Corbelius is a black crow that is Gargamel's other pet in the comics, appearing far less frequently than Azrael. He serves Gargamel primarily in delivering letters, usually threats or ransom demands to the Smurfs. Unlike Azrael, Corbelius does not seem to take any malicious pleasure in what he does; if anything, he seems indifferent.
Monty Movie Smurfs: The Lost Village Dee Bradley Baker
Monty is a vulture-like bird that is Gargamel's other pet in the Lost Village movie. Monty seems to be Gargamel's favorite, even though he seems like a lesser intellect, which irritates Azrael to no end. Monty does have a mean streak and can get quite angry, but seems more content with being dopey. Monty bears an uncanny resemblance to the titular creature from the episode The Howlibird.

Supporting[edit]

Name Original French name Appears in Voiced by
Johan and Peewit Johan et Pirlouit Comics + 1981 Cartoon Johan: Michael Bell and Cam Clarke (in The Smurfs and the Magic Flute)
Peewit: Frank Welker and Cam Clarke (in The Smurfs and the Magic Flute)
Johan is a young human squire and page boy of an unnamed king near the Smurf village. He defends his king fiercely, and is often helpful to other people. He meets the dwarf (or child/goblin in the 1981 cartoon) Peewit (pronounced pee-wee), and they become best friends. It was in a Johan and Peewit adventure published in 1958 that the Smurfs were first introduced. The Smurfs would appear in some of the later adventures of Johan and Peewit, as well as their own series. In the Hanna-Barbera cartoon series during the second season, Johan and Peewit were occasionally featured in stories which focused on the pair and the kingdom they protected. Johan rides a white horse named Bayard, and Peewit rides a goat named Biquette (Nanny in The Smurfs and the Magic Flute). Peewit sings in an off-key voice and is always hungry. The Johan and Peewit episodes of the Hanna-Barbera cartoon shown in France are distributed under the title Johan et Pirlouit.
Feathers La Cigogne Comics + 1981 Cartoon + Movie
Feathers is a large white stork that is a loyal friend to the Smurfs. He both provides transportation and delivers messages when needed.
Father Time Père Temps Comics + 1981 Cartoon Alan Oppenheimer
Father Time (portrayed in the classic image of the wizened old man with a white robe and scythe) is a good friend of the Smurfs and Mother Nature that is in charge of running time's course. His Reverse Clock was responsible for turning three Smurfs into Smurflings and he is unable to undo the transformation due to how time works.
Enchanter Homnibus Homnibus Comics + 1981 Cartoon Jack Angel
Homnibus is an old human wizard and friend of Papa Smurf, Sir Johan, and Peewit. He was the one who gave Puppy to the Smurfs. Papa Smurf often visits him to discuss matters of magic and to play chess. Enchanter Homnibus first introduced Johan and Peewit to the Smurfs. Homnibus has a young servant named Olivier.
King Le Roi Comics + 1981 Cartoon Bob Holt
This unnamed king is the ruler of the kingdom where Sir Johan and Peewit live and whom they both serve. He is somewhat carefree, but he is also firm and much loved by his subjects as well as a good friend of the Smurfs. He has a beautiful niece and Princess Sabina, but has no direct descendants. He can be very keen to go on expeditions and battles....which can be difficult given his old age.
Laura Laura 1981 Cartoon Russi Taylor
Laura is a young girl who appeared only in the Season 2 episode "Sister Smurf". She bonds with Smurfette over the fact that both girls feel that their respective families do not appreciate their antics. Running away together, they enter a deserted-looking shack in the middle of the forest, only to find it is occupied by a nasty hag who wants to keep them as slaves in her house forever. Fortunately for the two girls, the other Smurfs and Laura's brothers and father come to their rescue.
Mother Nature Mère Nature Comics + 1981 Cartoon June Foray
Mother Nature is in charge of the smooth running of nature's course. She is a good friend of the Smurfs and often works with Father Time. In one episode, her brother Harold is revealed to be the Man in the Moon.
Bigmouth Grossbouf Comics + 1981 Cartoon + 2021 Cartoon Lennie Weinrib (1981 series)
Davis Freeman (2021 series)
Bigmouth is a gigantic, clumsy, dimwitted ogre whose size, insatiable appetite, and clueless disposition are the cause of endless trouble for the Smurfs, like stealing their Smurfberries and other foods, although he is not really considered their enemy. He also frequently breaks into Gargamel's hovel and eats his food and also eats rocks (which he likes dipped in slime). Bigmouth is friends with whoever may be offering him something in exchange. In other words, he will either help Gargamel or help the Smurfs, depending on who is offering more in return (usually food). Bigmouth's sweetheart and eventual wife is an ogress named Big Nose. Bigmouth also has a nephew named Bigfeet and Bigmouth wants The Smurflings to take care of Bigfeet, when he and Big Nose goes to the Orge ball.

In the 2021 series, Bigmouth is depicted as wanting to actively eat the Smurfs.

Pussywillow Pixies 1981 Cartoon Various voices for each one
The Pussywillow Pixies look like tiny humans with wings, most of the ones seen being attractive females. They are afraid of the Wartmongers who try to catch them and clip off their wings so that they can make them their slaves. At first, they believed that the only thing worse than a Wartmonger was a Smurf. After being convinced that Smurfs are not actually hairy, red-eyed monsters as they had always believed, they befriended the Smurfs. The Pussywillow Pixies became friends because the Smurfs saved them from being turned into the Wartmongers' slaves and getting their wings ripped off.

There are at least six that appear in the 1981 series:

  • Elderberry (voiced by Peggy Webber) is the leader of the Pussywillow Pixies.
  • Pansy (voiced by Susan Blu) is a clumsy pixie who is good friends with Clumsy Smurf.
  • Lilac is a vain pixie with a Southern accent
  • Acorn (voiced by Patricia Parris) is the youngest and the smallest, who was very jealous of Baby Smurf.
  • Bramble is the green pixie.
  • Holly is the red-headed pixie who also sports green clothes.
King Gerard Roi Jéarard 1981 Cartoon Philip Proctor
Gerard is a child prince who befriends the Smurfs before becoming king. The Smurfs help him defeat his evil aunt Lady Imperia who tries to take the crown for herself. The lonely Gerard finds a best friend in Clockwork Smurf, who decides to stay with the young king rather than return to the Smurf village. King Gerard rules over a separate kingdom from the one ruled by the unnamed king that Johann and Peewit serve. However, the two kings are related through Gerard's cousin Princess Sabina and the two kingdoms are apparently at peace.
Princess Sabina Princesse Sabina Comics + 1981 Cartoon Jennifer Darling
Princess Sabina is the niece of the unnamed king who employs Johan and Peewit and who, like them, is aware of the Smurfs' existence. Sabina is a red-headed young woman who is not content under the tutelage of Dame Barbara, who tries to teach her the importance of how to sew, pour tea, and otherwise be a "proper princess." She is an expert marksman and rider, and is good friends with Johan, whom she sometimes accompanies on his adventures (there appears to be a mutual attraction between the two). Sabina is also the cousin of another nearby king named King Gerard.
Dame Barbara Dame Barde Comics + 1981 Cartoon Linda Gary
Princess Sabina's strict governess who has a bit of a feud with Peewit. She is the only member of the unnamed king's household who is unaware of the Smurfs' existence. She was also called Lady Prattle in The Smurfs and the Magic Flute. She will do pretty much anything to prevent Sabina from having fun.
Sandman Sandman 1981 Cartoon Frank Welker
The Sandman is a being who lives in the Land of Nod and often departs it at dusk to put people to sleep with his magic sand. During the day, the Sandman is sleeping. While the Sandman that Papa Smurf knows is a jolly figure, the version of the Sandman that appeared in "Darkness Monster" is a cranky old man in pajamas who stated to Papa Smurf that the previous Sandman has retired. Papa Smurf and the Smurflings try to get the Sandman to help them by giving them some of his sand to make Brainy a new pair of glasses. He turned them down until Papa Smurf's persistent harmonica playing got him to change his mind. The Sandman agreed to help them out in exchange for the chocolate that is in the Darkness Cavern. Once that was done, the Sandman kept his end of the deal by giving them a bag of sand. In "Lazy's Nightmare", Papa Smurf tries to enlist the Sandman to help him enter the Dream World in order to save the Smurfs from Morphio to no avail.
Madame Lavinia Madame Lavinia 1981 Cartoon
Madame Lavinia is a marriage broker who appeared twice in the cartoon. She was first seen in "Wedding Bells for Gargamel" where Gargamel's mother assigned her to help hook Gargamel up with a baron's daughter named Andiria. Due to the interference of the Smurfs, the baron called the wedding off which caused Gargamel's mother to deal with Gargamel when they get home. When Madame Lavinia states that she still wants to get paid her commission for this involvement, Gargamel's mother states that her son "will pay." In the episode "The Prince and the Hopper," Lady Jasmine enlisted Madame Lavinia to fulfil her plans to marry Prince Theodore for his money.
Brenda Brenda 1981 Cartoon Norma MacMillan and Russi Taylor
A young witch from Witch Hazel Conservatory whom the Smurfs teach to be a good witch. She is good friends with Smurfette. She appears in season 3's The Littlest Witch and in season 6's Scruple's Sweetheart of the 1981 series, where she falls head-over-heels for Scruple, until she realizes he is only pretending to be in love with her because he wants her wand.
Puppy Comics + 1981 Cartoon Frank Welker and Russi Taylor
Puppy is a magical creature that was designed to look like a dog.[citation needed] He was offered as a gift to Papa Smurf by Homnibus. It was Baby Smurf, however, who opened the enchanted locket around Puppy's neck and became the dog's true master. Puppy is a good friend to the Smurflings and protects the Smurfs from Gargamel's cat Azrael.
Chitter Comics + 1981 Cartoon Don Messick
Chitter is a young brown squirrel who is the best friend of Wild Smurf. Indeed, Wild regards him as family since it was Chitter's great-great-great-great-grandmother who found him as a lost baby and raised him as part of her litter. Often Chitter rallies to the side of Wild and the other Smurfs whenever they are threatened by an enemy, such as Gargamel. It is revealed in the episode "Wild about Smurfette" that Chitter has acquired a mate and has a litter of his own, with Wild happily regarding himself as a kind of godfather.
Smoogle 1981 Cartoon Frank Welker
Smoogle is Nanny Smurf's pet. He is a magenta-colored marsupial-type animal who resembles a rabbit. Nanny adores him and is known to be a little overprotective of him. In the episode "G'Day Smoogle", it is revealed that there is an entire village of Smoogles living in Australia.
Gourdy Cartoon Marvin Kaplan
A small humanoid genie in Arabic attire whose home, whose name implies, is a gourd found in Farmer Smurf's field and he can grant wishes but only to their master. He appeared in three episodes of Season 6 (Farmer's Genie, Master Scruple and The Tallest Smurf) of the 1981 series. He is the master of Farmer Smurf and grants him any wishes he wants when Farmer Smurf found him. Unlike many other genies Gourdy can grant unlimited wishes. At one point in the episode "Master Scruple", Gourdy was the master of Scruple and Gargamel, but eventually he became the master of Farmer Smurf at the end of the episode. In the episode "The Tallest Smurf", Gourdy makes Slouchy's wish come by making him big and the rest of the Smurfs small sized. But at the end of the episode, Slouchy and Farmer wants Gourdy to turn the Smurfs back to normal size and that was done and Slouchy was back to his normal size. He was inspired by Pierrot's Genie, an unnamed character who appeared in Pierrot and the lamp comic series.
Selwyn and Tallulah Quarrell 1981 Cartoon N/A
Selwyn and Tallulah Quarrel have appeared in several episodes of the cartoon television series. They are a married sorcerer and sorceress who love each other, yet as their surname implies, they frequently get into arguments during which they turn each other into all kinds of creepy things, then kiss and make up. They are good friends with Papa Smurf, Homnibus, and Peewit. In one episode ("Memory Melons"), the Quarrels celebrate their 200th wedding anniversary, but their tendency to fight almost ruins the party, their home and the forest; however the Smurfs help them reconcile. Their home is Quarrel Castle, which they share with their pet gargoyle Tharp (who was a guest at the wedding of Laconia and Woody) and the amiable ghost of Selwyn's great-uncle Fenwick Quarrel.
Laconia 1981 Cartoon Laconia has no lines.
Laconia is a wood elf who is mute and does sign language in order to speak. As a friend of Papa Smurf, she is often employed when sound or silence magic creates trouble. In the cartoon, she owns the wand of love which looks like a flower on a stick and gives flowers life. The flowers of the world are her life-force.
Woody 1981 Cartoon Hamilton Camp
Woody is also a wood elf who is in love with Laconia. Their wedding took place in the special "Smurfily Ever After".
Marina 1981 Cartoon N/A
Marina is a beautiful mermaid and the love interest of Handy Smurf.
Flowerbell 1981 Cartoon Mona Marshall
Flowerbell is a wood nymph who lives in the forest with all the woodland creatures. She appears in the Season 2 episode "Papa's Wedding Day" of the 1981 series, in which she is captured by Lord Balthazar, who offers her her freedom if she helps him in a plot to lure Papa Smurf into a trap through getting him to fall in love with her. Flowerbell initially agrees, but grows to regret the deal, especially when Papa Smurf falls so seriously in love with her that he actually proposes marriage, despite misgivings from the other Smurfs. In the end, although Flowerbell does go through with the deal, she ends up rescuing Papa Smurf from Lord Balthazar with the help of the other Smurfs. Flowerbell also makes a cameo appearance in Smurfily Ever After, as a guest at Woody and Laconia's wedding.
Melina Melina 1981 Cartoon N/A
Like Brenda, Melina is a good little child witch who appears in a Season 7 episode of the cartoon series "Sassette's Bewitching Friendship". She attends a school for good witches, but although she means well, her magic never quite works out right. She becomes good friends with Sassette, who helps her retrieve her flying broom when Gargamel steals it to catch the Smurfs.
Denisa Denisa 1981 Cartoon Katie Leigh
Denisa is Lord Balthazar's niece. Denisa and Sassette become best friends after they save each other's lives from a pack of wolves. She appears in Season 8 of the 1981 series in the episodes "A Smurf for Denisa", "Denisa's Greedy Doll", and "Denisa's Slumber Party".
Squeaky 1981 Cartoon Frank Welker
Squeaky is a mouse that appears in Season 2 of the 1981 series in the episode named after him. Smurfette gives him his name after she finds him lying sick in the woods and brings him home, where she nurses him back to health with Papa Smurf's help. Reluctantly she lets him go when he is well at Papa Smurf's insistence, but Squeaky obviously wants to stay with her, so she happily adopts him as a pet. But the mouse unexpectedly dies, leaving Smurfette heartbroken to the point that she isolates herself. In the end, she realizes she needs to move on, and bids her departed pet goodbye.
Patrick Winslow Movie Neil Patrick Harris
A new character for the movie who works at Anjelou Cosmetics. He is the husband of Grace who helps the Smurfs. In the second movie, he used to have a pet parrot named Zeus (which served as a reminder of his father who left the family) until Victor got rid of it due to Patrick's allergy to feathers.
Grace Winslow Movie Jayma Mays
A new character for the movie who is the wife of Patrick. She is pregnant with her first child in the movie and gives birth to their son Blue by the end of the movie.
Elway Movie Hank (Dog)
Patrick and Grace's pet Basset Hound that appeared in the first and second movie.
Odile Anjelou Movie Sofía Vergara
A new character for the movie. An executive at a French cosmetics company called Anjelou Cosmetics who is the boss of Patrick.
Henri Movie Tim Gunn
A new character for the movie. He serves as Odile's executive assistant at Anjelou Cosmetics as he advises Patrick to "make it work."
Victor Doyle Movie Brendan Gleeson
Patrick Winslow's stepfather who debuts in the second movie. He owns a corn dog business.
Blue Winslow Movie Nicholas Martorell Jr. and Jacob Tremblay
Patrick and Grace Winslow's son who was born in the first movie and debuts in the second movie.
Snappy Bug Movie Smurfs: The Lost Village Bret Marnell
Brainy's ladybug assistant.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Episodes - Comic Book Central".
  2. ^ Peyo, et al. “The Squash Smurfs.” Smurfs: The Village Behind The Wall, Translated by Joe Johnson, Papercutz, 2017. The Smurfs, pp. 33–40.

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