Fandom

Angry Birds Wiki

Mime

3,198pages on
this wiki
Add New Page
Comments0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

"Oh, my God.."

Mime
Mime bird
Abilities None
First Appearance The Angry Birds Movie
Gender Male
Species Bird
Locations Bird Island
Strength None
Size Medium

   

Mime is a minor character in The Angry Birds Movie. He is shown to do nothing except what a normal mime does, and occasionally saying his catch phrase: "Oh, my God..." This catchphrase takes the Lord (LORD if recited in the Bible)'s Name in vain. He is voiced Tony Hale.

Character

Appearance

Mime shares an appearance with his namesake, and resembles the stereotypical mime. His upper half is primarily white, with horizontal black stripes across his torso up to the neck, and down his arms, to the wrists. His lower half is completely black, legs included, and the feathers are much fluffier, lending a puffy-pants look.

Mime's eyes have marquise-shaped black marks; he has lavender eyelids and yellow irises. His beak is almost completely white, but slightly yellowish (which suggests the use of face-paint,) and is tipped with red lipstick. He also has red blush marks on his cheeks. 

It is unknown if his flashy appearance is due to makeup, his natural plumage, or a combination. One of the few birds who wears any sort of clothing, Mime sports a French beret.


Personality

He seems to have a calm personality. Since he is a mime, he only acts things out; he does not talk at all. However, when shocking things go on, the thing he tends to say (the only thing he really says in the entire movie) is "Oh, my God...". This catchphrase takes the Lord (LORD if recited in the Bible)'s Name in vain.

Gallery

Trivia

  • In the French dub of the movie, "Oh, my God..." was replaced by "Oh, Marceau...", which sounds similar. Marcel Marceau (1923 - 2007) was a very famous French mime.

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki