Mr. Bean is a 2002 animated television series based on the 1990 British live-action TV series of the same name. Characters from the original live action series included Mr. Bean, Irma Gobb, Teddy, and the mysterious driver of the Reliant Supervan, with the addition of Mrs. Wicket, Bean's landlady, and her evil cat Scrapper.

Main CharactersEdit

These are the main characters that appear in all episodes.

Mr. BeanEdit

The main protagonist of the series. He is mischievous and makes numerous disasters and always encounters problems in a roundabout way. He wants every environment around him to be clean and out of trouble. In A Royal Makeover, it is revealed that he lives in 112 Arbour Road as seen in the packages Elizabeth II sent to him and Mrs. Wicket.


Mr. Bean's life-long best friend. As a stuffed companion, Mr. Bean pretends he is alive.

Mrs. Julia WicketEdit

Mr. Bean's irate landlady and the main antagonist. She was married 50 years ago for a mere ten minutes before her husband wisely made a dash for freedom. She is the owner of the evil one eyed cat named Scrapper. She is seldom nice to Bean in some ways but she's always despising him and is very brutal towards him.


The evil one-eyed cat who despises all humans, especially Mr. Bean, although he does feign affection for his tin opener: Mrs Wicket. Scrapper's the second main antagonist in the series. His hobbies include scratching, mousing and getting Bean into terrible trouble with Mrs. Wicket at every opportunity. He was adopted by Mrs. Wicket in Young Bean after young Mr. Bean delivers it to her.

Irma GobbEdit

Sort of Mr. Bean's sort of girlfriend. A sweet girl, who probably has a sort of degree in something or other, she's fond of Mr. Bean but mainly visits so that her teddy can play with Bean's Teddy. She usually stays long enough to get a free meal.


Irma's teddy bear. She looks almost identical to Mr. Bean's Teddy, except she has eyelashes and a red bow. She's been seen as Teddy's girlfriend, although Mr. Bean doesn't want them to be in a relationship.

Mr. Bean's Car (Mini)Edit

Mr. Bean loved yellow Mini. It's green as seen throughout the whole series, including the live action episodes except for the first episode in the live action version which is orange which was destroyed after a stunt.

Reliant Supervan III (Three Wheeler)Edit

The three-wheeler blue car known as a Reliant Regal is which always happens to be a victim when Mr. Bean speeds up his Mini and it ends up crashing anywhere similar to the live action episodes.

Other CharactersEdit

These are the other characters that appear in selected episodes.