The Cupcakes is the American animated television series created by Patrick McHale for Cartoon Network. It is produced by Cartoon Network Studios. The series is premiered on Cartoon Network on October 13, 2008.



Main charactersEdit

  • Gary (voiced by Tom Kenny): A purple cupcake and the series' protagonist.
  • Phil (voiced by Justin Roiland): A red cupcake
  • Ben (voiced by John DiMaggio): A blue cupcake and the Gary's father.
  • Tiffany (voiced by Melissa Altro): A pink cupcake and the Gary's mother.
  • Henry (voiced by Scott Menville): A yellow cupcake
  • George (voiced by Jason Marsden): A green cupcake
  • Kayla (voiced by Bailee Madison): A lavender cupcake

Main VilliainsEdit

  • Victor Cupcat (voiced by Clancy Brown): A brown cupcake with cat face and the main antagonist.

Reccuring charactersEdit

  • Edward (voiced by Rob Paulsen): a turquoise cupcake
  • Marcus (voiced by Toran Caudell): A strawberry ice cream sandwich, who's the opposed bully of the group
  • Toby (voiced by Justin Shenkarow): A vanilla ice cream sandwich, who's another bully of the group
  • Mr. Cream (voiced by Dan Castellaneta): A pink anthropomorphic donut who works at a bakery.
  • Gus (voiced by Jason Ritter):


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List of The Cupcakes episodes


Other mediaEdit

Video gameEdit


Warner Bros. Pictures and Cartoon Network Movies produced The Cupcakes Movie, an animated film adaptation that was released on December 18, 2014. The film is produced by the creator Patrick McHale.