Shaun the Sheep Wiki
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The Flock

Major characters

Shaun

Shaun is the main character of the series and the leader of the flock. He is a clever sheep and keeps his head. He has a good friendship with Bitzer and very smart. He is voiced by Justin Fletcher.

Bitzer

Bitzer is the strict and loyal dog of the farmer, and Shaun's friend. He can neglect his duties, but he enlists the help of Shaun and the Flock to fix any mishaps and is determined to please The Farmer. He is voiced by John Sparkes.

The Farmer

Farmer is a ketty, drum-and-bass-loving Welshman who runs the farm with Bitzer at his side. He is completely oblivious to the human-like intelligence of his flock. His disastrous attempts at dating are an ongoing joke of the series. Much like Bitzer, he is also voiced by John Sparkes.

The Naughty Pigs

The Pigs are the main antagonists of the series, they're always trying to antagonize the Sheep and get them into trouble. They are, however, scared of Bitzer, who puts them in line. They are bullies to Shaun and his flock, and they got told off in "Pig Trouble" (Series 2) by The Farmer.

Pidsley

Pidsley is a cat who is a minor character in season 1, and a major character in season 2. He desires to be the sole recipient of The Farmer's attention. He is jealous of Bitzer's relationship with the farmer and dislikes the sheep, thinking of them as stupid and beneath him.

The Flock

Shirley

Shirley can be described as a consuming-machine (still a sheep). She's so big that she often gets stuck and needs the other sheep to push, pull or even sling-shot her out of trouble, even using heavy equipment at times.

Timmy

Timmy is Shaun's cousin. He may be the baby of the flock, but is often at the center of things. Luckily his mum is always there to keep him safe. He also appears as the main star in the spin-off Timmy Time. Much like his cousin Shaun, he is also voiced by Justin Fletcher.

Timmy's Mum

Timmy's Mum wears curlers in her hair, and is a bit careless about maternal duties, even using Timmy once as some sort of a paint brush. But when her off-spring goes astray, she is inconsolable until he is safely back in her care. She is also Shaun's aunt.

Nuts

Nuts is the charming eccentric of the Flock, with an unusual way of looking at the world that sometimes confuses his woolly companions. 

Twins 

Boisterous, loud and full of energy, this sparky pair likes nothing better than battling it out in a play fight.

Minor characters

Animals

The Cockerel

The Cockerel, who appears in every opening sequences to the show, would always wake the flock everyday.

The Mother Hen

The Mother Hen and her annoyingly chirpy Chicks appear in Who’s The Mummy.

The Chicks

The Chicks are chicks that easily annoy Shaun. They always follow wherever Shaun goes (because Shaun was the first thing they saw upon hatching – something called imprinting), and in order to make them accept Mother Hen as their real mother.

The Ducks

The Duck appears in several episodes, including Off The Baaa and Bath Time, and often suffers collateral damage as a result of Shaun’s exploits. As seen in Bitzer Puts His Foot In It, he has several other duck friends.

Mower Mouth

Mower Mouth the goat is an unstoppable eating machine – while not an unfriendly character, all his considerable energy is focused on his next meal.

The Bull

The Bull is a big, short-tempered belligerent powerhouse, who is all too ready to see red at Shaun’s antics. He appears in The Bull, Prize Possession and Heavy Metal Shaun.

The Mole

The Mole is a rude and annoying pest who appears in Mountains Out Of Molehills. He is fearless when mocking Shaun, but not so brave when his Mother Mole turns up.

Wendy/She-Bitzer

She-Bitzer is a female dog belonging to some campers who pitch their tent next to the sheep’s field in Fetching. After a brief courtship, she and Bitzer are cruelly separated.

The Birds

The Birds make occasional appearances.

Lola/She-Shaun

Lola is a special guest sheep in "Two's Company". She is a ewe and Shaun's love interest. She became part of the flock after she is mistaken to be sent to her real home.

Lexi

She is the internet-famous dog next door, who is mean to Bitzer and The Flock.

Stash

She is the best squirrel in Mossy Bottom!

Humans

Pizza Delivery Boy

Pizza Delivery Boy – A gormless teenager who rides a moped and works in the local pizzeria. Has also been seen moonlighting as a postman in Saturday Night Shaun.

The Farmer's Niece

The Farmer's Niece – A nonstop little girl who bullies all the flock all the time and hurt their feelings

The Farmer's Nephew

A boy who is always on his phone and likes to annoy Shaun, the Flock, and Bitzer.

The Ramblers

A liberal, nature-loving couple who appear in Shaun Shoots The Sheep.

The Camper

A yobbish litterbug who sets up his tent in the sheep’s field in Camping Chaos.

The Scarecrow

Not really a character, but more of a handy prop which Shaun and the Flock use in "Take Away", "Things That Go Bump", and "Baa-gherita". They also borrow its clothes during "Space Bitzer".

Bus Driver

Takes the sheep to and from the fair in "Sheep on the Loose" and "Takeaway".

The Granny

A short-tempered, short-sighted old lady, appears in "Takeaway" and "Save the Tree". She also appears in "Two's Company", holding a cart and "The Big Chase", forcing the pigs to give her a lift in their car.

The Farmer's Girlfriend

The Farmer's Girlfriend appears for the first time in Season 2.

Ben

The owner of Lexi.

Rita

Delivery is her priority!

Aliens

The Alien Family

The Lone Alien

The Alien Scientists

Movie Characters

Trumper

Trumper is a primary antagonist of the movie, and acts as an egomaniac and animal warden with a hatred for all animals, and is the Flock’s nemesis as they make their way through the Big City.

Slip

Slip is the tritagonist in the movie. She is a city orphan dog who helps Shaun and the Flock find and save The Farmer without distracting attention from Trumper. She is a dog that represents a pet without an owner with the wish that someone adopt it.

Stare Dog

A dog who stares down at everyone who gets close to him, never breaking eye contact.

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