Marty Madagascar

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He strives to be unique, which proves difficult when he meets his own kind in Africa, who look and act almost exactly the same.

Marty is best friends with Alex and the two are rarely at odds. His carefree lifestyle tends to get on the nerves of his friends, but mostly serves to impress them; he is the one who helps hold the group together when things seem to get down.

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Sign In. View All. Chris Rock. DreamWorks Pictures. Like Kowalski, he loves candy, but eating too much of it causes him to hallucinate.

He has an abnormal fear of badgers and cockroaches, as shown in the "Badger Pride" and "Stop Bugging Me" episodes respectively.

When Private is the last available penguin to fix a situation such as when it's revealed that the penguins had spied on the rest of the zoo occupants or during 'Untouchable' , he is able to rise to the occasion and execute a solution that benefits everyone.

At first, Skipper abused the hyper-cute, using it on everyone around them, so Private swore to never use it again after the misuse of the hyper-cute caused chaos around the zoo and nearly got them sent away.

Despite his vow, the hyper-cute made appearances in other episodes. This ability was attempted in one episode when Private was molting, but instead of knocking an observer out with adorability, it frightened and panicked anybody seeing him use the ability.

In the "Concrete Jungle Survival" episode, Private received the rank of Private First Class after successfully passing a test in the city. He had been just a Private beforehand.

In the Christmas special "Merry Madagascar" Private finds himself falling in love with Cupid, one of Santa's reindeer.

The relationship is short-lived, as Cupid must return and work with Santa. Private reminded her that they would "Always have Madagascar!

Private is the only penguin with known relatives, he has an uncle named Nigel though they may not be related , and in "Operation Penguin," he mentions his father is named Sam Fishy, though Sam Fishy has yet to be shown onscreen.

However, in Penguins of Madagascar , he appeared to have been abandoned as an egg, leading to the possibility that he is an orphan.

As a self-proclaimed lord of the lemurs, Julien ruled over a great colony of lemurs in Madagascar using mostly his charisma and delegating , i.

Nevertheless, he shows more intelligence and calmness compared to the other lemurs aside from Maurice , which is shown when the very word " Fossa " drives all of them, except himself and Maurice, into a state of panic.

He had parties for his subjects on Madagascar with much frequency, the likes of which were interrupted constantly by the fossa, which trespassed onto the lemur territory, devouring all that they could catch.

He saves his subjects from the Fossa and got bitten on the rear by the Fossa and he survived. When he learns that his nephew is still alive and is still king, his devious uncle tries to get rid of him and reclaim the throne.

In the end, Julien discovered his uncle's plot, glad that Clover chose him over his uncle, and gives his uncle a second chance, by putting him in the Fossa disguise, that is being cuddled by a Fossa girl, much to his uncle's dismay.

The day Alex and his friends came to Madagascar, King Julien and his subjects were enjoying one of their parties when it was invaded by the fossa.

When asked where the people were, Julien pointed to a skeleton of a man caught in a parachute hanging from a tree. Later that night, Julien had a meeting of the lemurs and other creatures of the jungle in the plane.

Julien insisted that if they could make friends with Alex and his friends, the fossa would be scared away for good. Maurice was skeptical about this plan, but Julien insisted that, being king, his ideas were the best.

Julien's plan failed when Alex started attacking the lemurs and his friends. Although Alex then turned back to normal and the foossa were scared away with only the actions of the four main characters and the penguins, Julien took the credits for its success.

However, when it went wrong, he did not foist the idea back onto Maurice. When Alex and his friends were ready to go back to New York, Julien gave them his crown; he had already made himself a bigger, better one using a leaf-tailed gecko named Stevie.

He is in the first class, ordering constant refreshments, and amusing himself with old plane crash films. As the plane crashes down to Africa after running out of fuel and momentum, Julien takes utter pleasure in the feeling of weightlessness caused by the high-speed descent.

By being in first class, he escapes the crash with a parachute but loses his crown. Upon arriving in Africa, Julien at first believes they are in New York and makes himself a new crown.

He manages to gain some power while in Africa, although very few characters actually pay attention to him, getting to ride a flock of flamingos with Maurice, then moving on to riding ostriches and finally an elephant.

Later, when the reserve's watering hole dries up, Julien suggests to the animals that they make a sacrifice to "his good friends, the water gods" at the volcano to replenish the water.

To convince the masses, King Julien enacts his casual conversation with the Water Gods. Later, Julien persuades Melman to volunteer for the sacrifice, who believed he was going to die soon anyway.

But when Melman realized he was going to live, he gave up on being a sacrifice, leaving Julien disappointed at his plan's failure.

Mort arrives soon after, followed by a persistent shark that had been attempting to eat him. This shark then falls into the volcano, thus completing the sacrifice, and as Julien comes out of the volcano, he sees the water coming back to the reserve due, in fact, to a dam constructed by Nana being destroyed by Alex and Zuba , and is convinced of his plan's success.

From this King Julien concludes that the Water Gods like seafood more. Julien appears in The Penguins of Madagascar regularly, often noisily and unintentionally annoying Skipper and pretty much everyone.

He is the self-proclaimed "King of the Zoo" no doubt due to his former king status on Madagascar. Only Mort and Maurice truly believe and respect him as their king, the rest just show up to his "proclamation of royal decrees.

Blowhole's Revenge ". Julien hates having anyone touch his feet, such as passing a royal decree that anyone who touches his feet would be banished from his kingdom the zoo.

When the sewer rats went to the zoo and tricked the Penguins out of their home, Julien decided to play for the Penguins in a game of Hockey to try and win their home back.

They were losing until one of the rats touched his feet, after that he lost it and beat all of them on his own.

In the episode "Crown Fools", Julien panics when he loses his crown and obsessively longs for it until it is revealed that he had a spare crown all along prompting Marlene, who was trying to make him new crowns all day, to chase him with a crowbar.

Despite his desire for everyone to listen and do what he wants, he dislikes and ignores Mort, his most loyal follower, who treats him like a god.

Mort responds to everything Julien tells him to do as "I like In the episode "Haunted Habitat" he mentioned that he had a dream that he was "The last mammal on Earth".

Mort was just happy to be in the dream despite that he was "road kill" in it. A recurring gag in The Penguins of Madagascar series is that Julien believes in supernatural beings , which sometimes annoys the other animals.

In the episode Misfortune Cookie , Rico gets a fortune cookie that reads "You will soon meet a fowl end. Julien exclaims "these stitions are super," and tries to get the penguins to believe in the supernatural.

King Julien actively plots to make a "foul end" fortune come true - by his own doing. It is also known that his believing in spirits can be used against him, seeing that Mason and Phil tricks Julien into believing that the "sky spirits" are angry with the Julien self-centrism, thing that change Julien's personality.

But when Skipper notices that kind Julien is more annoying than the narcissist Julien, Skipper makes him come back to his original self.

It is also shown that Julien gains a super-lemur level of strength if he gets mad. Visible when in "Miracle on Ice", Julien spanked and humiliated the Rat King, after one of his henchmen touched Julien's feet; In Happy King Julien Day, Maurice claims that Julien violently used a cane to spank everyone who forgot his self-proclaimed holiday.

Also, he saved the day by managing to get back to the circus. Maurice, birth name Bricky, is an overweight aye-aye , although he lacks the aye-aye's distinctive middle finger.

Maurice is King Julien's advisor - although Julien seldom listens to him - and often shows skepticism of his ruler's mad plans.

He has a long squirrel-like bushy tail. He lived in a tribe of other lemurs and witnessed newcomers to their home: a quartet of zoo animals.

Maurice was suspicious of Alex, a lion, thinking him to be potentially dangerous. Maurice expressed this concern during a meeting of the lemurs and jungle animals, but was ignored by Julien.

The next day, Maurice took part in the festival honoring the newcomers. During the festival, his suspicions about Alex become confirmed as Alex starts to give into his natural predatory instincts, and shortly after explained the trouble with having a lion around.

He knew that Alex would need to eat meat, and felt that Alex should leave and go to the carnivore side of the island. Shortly after, Maurice witnessed Gloria, Melman, and Marty working with a group of penguins to fight off the fossa that were attacking the lemur tribe.

Maurice had to admit that King Julien's plan had worked and that fossa would no longer be of any worry. Maurice saw the newcomers out when they decided to leave and was obligated to wave King Julien's arm for him, as the king was tired of waving it.

In the sequel Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , Maurice does not have a prominent role, basically agreeing to whatever King Julien says.

In the series, he often acts like a strict big brother to Mort and knows him so well that in "The Penguin Stays in the Picture" he is shocked to find that Mort only ate half of his popsicle, prompting Skipper to go find him because he suspected Mort went missing, which was correct.

He is shown to have many hidden talents in several episodes such as painting and speaking chameleon in "The Hidden" and using a yo-yo in "Friend-in-a-Box.

Despite being overweight, he was still able to hold his own when he got into a physical fight with Kowalski and Rico in "The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel.

Maurice returns with a much smaller role in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, where he and the other two lemurs join the zoosters in catching up with the penguins and chimps.

After joining the circus, the trio of lemurs fall into a crate holding Sonya the bear. Julien falls in love with Sonya, weirding-out Maurice and Mort.

The two don't show up again until the end of the movie where they gun Dubois with a tranquilizer dart. Though quite timid, Mort can also be shrill and vocal in confrontations.

Despite this, Mort does not show any lasting unhappiness, and his expression changes within the same scene.

Mort has an obsession with Julien's feet ever since he used them to kick some fossa as seen in the first episode of All Hail King Julien.

Mort also has very good money skills as in the episode "Gimme Gimme Gimme: The Game" where he cleverly becomes the richest lemur in Madagascar all the other lemurs became broke including Julien after getting all their money and possessions but gives it all back after Julien, defeated, says that he had won showing that he believed that it was all a game.

In every episode, Mort was able to develop different personalities such as Smart Mort and his Evil Grammy which resulted in his personality disorder.

During the events of "Exiled", it is revealed that Mort is an immortal transdimentional being and all of his alternate personalities are dimensional counterparts who he defeated and absorbed their life essence.

By the end of the season, he marries the mountain lemur Zora but later break up in Season 5. In The Penguins of Madagascar episode "Sting Operation" when the penguins turn into idiots, they had the same obsession for feet just like him, which Julien despises.

In his anger, Julien once banished Mort from their habitat at the zoo, forcing Mort to seek a "cure" from the Penguins.

Mort makes his first appearance in Madagascar , wherein he has a minor role. He lives among the other native lemurs under Julien.

Julien uses him as a test to see if Alex and the others eat lemurs, and Mort quickly decides that he likes them, as he is later shown to have a tendency to like everything.

Mort is last seen in the film with the other lemurs wishing the zoo animals farewell, and Julien uses him as a makeshift foot-rest.

In Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , Mort plays a much larger role. He attempts to follow Julien and Maurice on the penguins' plane, but Julien goes to extremes to keep him out of the plane, declaring that Mort had "scissors and hand cream" he did in fact, have a pair of scissors, however he lacked any hand cream on the journey.

After reaching a shore at Africa, Mort is pursued by a persistent shark, which follows him onto the African preserve. Mort still followed by the shark finds Julien at a volcano where Melman had just decided that he would not sacrifice himself to return the preserve's water.

The shark accidentally falls into the volcano just as Alex and Zuba destroy the dam blocking the river, thus leading Julien to believe that his plan to give a sacrifice to bring back the water was successful.

At one point, stuffed "Mort" dolls became very popular, and out of jealousy Julien throws them into the skunk habitat. In the episode, King Julien also reveals that the only reason he allows Mort to stay with them is so he can express his dislike for Mort in front of him, and keep himself entertained.

After being turned back into his regular self, Mort expresses that he is happy with who he is. Despite the fact that Mort is often treated poorly by King Julien, the other characters show concern for him as Maurice tries to if with limited success save Mort when he may be in danger to be King Julien's biggest concern, and Skipper, who refers to Mort as "sad-eyes", dived in the way of the mutant rat overlord to save Mort.

In the episode "Otter Woman", all the boys are attracted to Marlene because her fur turned white. Mort tries the same thing in the end of the episode, without success.

Mort returned in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. Things he does in it involve vomiting on Alex's birthday cake, helping Alex defeat Dubois early on in the film, being part of the flying Afro Circus with the other lemurs, and tranquilizing Dubois with knockout darts.

Mason and Phil are two sophisticated common chimpanzees at the Central Park Zoo, who prefer to drink cups of coffee and "read" the newspaper in the morning.

Mason speaks with a stereotypical British accent ; Phil, by contrast, doesn't speak at all and communicates entirely through American Sign Language , though whether he is actually deaf is unknown.

Both escape the zoo after Gloria breaks through its outer wall; Mason mentions Tom Wolfe giving a lecture, and they plan to attend to "throw poo at him.

In Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , the chimps call upon chimpanzees living in Africa to help rebuild the wrecked plane that was supposed to fly them back to New York.

In The Penguins of Madagascar , Mason and Phil are supporting characters in the series, and are shown to be annoyed by Julien's partying.

They attempt to rid him of his ways by tricking Julien into thinking a solar eclipse was a sign that the "sky spirits" disapproved of his behavior.

Phil may be the most temperamental or "potty mouthed" of the two, as after being told there is no checkmate in checkers, he makes several signs which Mason responds with "You groom your mother with those hands?!

An instance of this is when the zoo occupants were ordered to make a cake for King Julien, and Mason mistakes "booger" for "sugar".

This does not mean that Phil is unable to communicate well, even though he is unable to truly speak, he was still able to win over the heart of Lulu, a female chimp visiting from the Hoboken Zoo in New Jersey for a weekend, While Lulu did appear in a later episode where the penguins ended up accidentally finding themselves in the Hoboken Zoo, it is unknown if she keeps in touch with Phil.

McGrath explained that originally their "first scene was just deciphering the code on the shipping label".

They wanted gestures to be "really frenetic", and "she signed out, 'Tell the tiny pea-brained birds that the sign reads: Ship to They make a cameo appearance on a newspaper in Turbo.

The animals of Circus Zaragoza are trained circus performers that Alex's group had met while on the run from Chantel DuBois. Among the animals of Circus Zaragoza are:.

Vitaly is a muscular Siberian tiger with a Russian accent who leads a traveling circus in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.

The tough Vitaly once jumped through flaming rings of fire to excite crowds, constantly pushing himself to the limit by jumping through smaller and smaller rings that seemed impossible for his size while lubricating himself with olive oil.

But after losing his confidence and more than a few of his hairs on one fateful attempt which involved a flaming ring that would only fit on the smallest finger due to the olive oil being flammable , he also lost his passion and his act partially.

When Alex and his friends plead with the circus to let them escape on their train, Vitaly is the most resistant, only to be overruled by Gia. When the zoo animals purchase the circus, Vitaly remains the most hostile to their changes to the business, even as the rest of the crew becomes inspired.

In London, Vitaly decides to give up and prepares to leave just before the circus' critical performance. Alex confronts Vitaly and reminds the tiger of his love of performing and while suggesting he uses hair conditioner as a safer lubricant before regaining his courage to jump through the tiny flaming hoop.

As a result, Vitaly's stunt is performed perfectly to open the successful show. With that, a profoundly heartened Vitaly becomes a fast friend of Alex.

Even after the zoo animals are exposed and estranged from the circus, Vitaly is the first to support Gia's proposal to rescue their new friends from the zoo and plays a key role in that operation.

Gia is a jaguar with an Italian accent who is part of the traveling circus in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.

She wears a blue woven floral necklace , has gold eyes and has heart-shaped palms. She is Alex's love interest who is always on the lookout to discover something new and gets her chance when she convinces a reluctant Alex to teach her the trapeze — "Circus Americano" style.

Her only role in the circus before Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria came around was doing normal cat tricks sitting, standing, rolling over , but when Alex teaches her trapeze, she performs with him and they move closer.

Later on, she and the other circus animals save Alex and the gang from Dubois. Stefano is a sea lion with an Italian accent and curly whiskers. He is part of the traveling circus in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted and is a happy, fun-loving Italian sea lion who always looks on the brighter side of things.

A true entertainer at heart, he is up for any challenge to save the circus, even convincing Alex that the show must go on. Sonya is the traveling circus' most ferocious, yet playful Eurasian brown bear who appears in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.

Her tricycle riding act is only topped by her ridiculous tutu. But her biggest trick of all will be casting a spell on King Julien, who is instantly smitten with her.

Strangely, she does not talk in English nor is as anthropomorphic like most of the other characters, but Julien can understand what she is saying when she growls the way she communicates instead.

However, she might have human intelligence. While they are in Rome , she and Julien travel to Vatican City where they steal the Pope 's ring after Julien pretends to kiss it and uses it to buy her a Ducati motorbike after they fall down a set of stairs and destroy her tricycle, which she uses in her performance in London.

They are white Andalusian Mares with Spanish accents who like Marty and are part of the circus. All their names start with "E" and end with "A".

When Alex's group improved the Circus Zaragoza, the Andalusian Triplets bounced on the trampolines during their act while wearing butterfly wings on their outfits.

They tend to fight and argue with each other and they hate being called cute and cuddly. Only the first three are credited. Their names are revealed in the DVD commentary as well as the fact that they are German.

According to Tom McGrath, they are very nice and great to work with. They remain silent in the film due to the fact that their possible dialogue was cut from the film.

He first appeared in " The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper " where he was sad due to be alone during Christmas. This caused Private to want to give him a present.

When Skipper denied him his request, Private snuck out into the city to find Ted a gift only to be kidnapped by Nana.

After getting Private back, the other penguins decided to invite Ted to their Christmas party where the polar bear had invited the rest of the Zoo as the animals present sing their rendition of "Jingle Bells.

In the series, he mainly appears as a background zoo animal. He did play a small role in the episode "P. Zuba voiced by Bernie Mac in the film, Dan White in the video game is a lion who is Alex's father and the alpha lion of the pride in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.

He was first seen as the Alpha Lion of a pride in the reserve where Alex was born. At first, he thinks that Alex has returned to take over, but his wife notices that they both have the same birthmark and realizes that Alex is their son.

Zuba is a proud father, but he is somewhat confused as to why his son is interested in dancing. After many events in the movie including Alex failing the rite of passage and shaming his family, Zuba finally accepts Alex.

The film was dedicated to Mac's memory. Florrie, unlike Zuba, accepts Alex for what he is. She is not disturbed at all by the fact that Alex prefers to dance instead of fight.

Due to this, she acts as the voice of reason and tries to encourage Zuba that it is better that Alex came back to them, dancer or not, as a king.

Florrie is never addressed by her name in the film and in the movie's end credits, she is credited as "Mom".

It is presumably in the novelization that her name is revealed. Moto Moto voiced by will. In Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , he courts and romantically pursues Gloria.

However, eventually, Gloria realizes that Moto Moto only loves her because of her extreme obesity. She accepts this at first, but then Melman tells her everything he likes about her and tells Moto Moto to treat her right.

This causes Gloria to break up with the hippo, and his last appearance is when he's looking for water only to find a bunch of jewels. The scene where the female hippos tell Gloria that Moto Moto likes her has become an internet meme.

An unnamed female Okapi voiced by Taraji P. Henson appears in Madly Madagascar , whom Marty finds himself in love with.

She is not interested until he uses a love potion on himself, causing her and all the other female animals to begin pampering him.

She and the other animals lose interest in him after he jumps into a lake to hide from them due to becoming overwhelmed by the pampering , causing the potion to wash off.

North Wind is an Arctic elite undercover interspecies task force that is dedicated to helping animals that can't help themselves.

They worked with the Penguins in order to thwart the plans of the villain Dave aka Dr. Octavius Brine. Among the members of North Wind are:.

Classified voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch is a courageous yet slightly arrogant British wolf and the team leader of North Wind. Skipper calls him Classified, who states his name isn't really "Classified".

His name is classified as in "top secret" because he is the leader of the team. He is the North Wind's counterpart of Skipper. Short Fuse voiced by Ken Jeong is a Belgian harp seal.

He is the North Wind's explosive and demolitions expert. He is the North Wind's counterpart of Rico. Kowalski has a crush on her.

Coincidentally, she is the North Wind's counterpart of Kowalski. He seems to like penguins and he freaks out when other penguins are taken.

He is the North Wind's counterpart of Private loosely, as he's also able to fight well, but shows affection at a great level, like Private.

Nana voiced by Elisa Gabrielli in the films, Marion Ross in the second video game is an elderly lady with a Yiddish accent and the archenemy of Alex the lion.

Nana's personality changes over her appearances. Initially, she appears as a very aggressive old lady with incredible martial arts skills. In The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper , she is shown to be aggressive with anyone, no matter how courteous people are with her.

But in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , she appears to be kinder than before, even leading the New Yorkers when she notices that they are in panic, only being aggressive with wild animals; which she sees as no different from domestic animals.

She is also shown to be a soft and grandmotherly figure to the New Yorkers. For example, when a man helps her find her handbag, she says, "Such a good boy.

Nana can't survive without it. Nana seems to be incredibly resistant to injury, as she was able to have another fight with Alex right after being tugged out of the back of a speeding tour jeep as well as being thrown through the windshield a second time by the penguins, who reversed over her in the jeep after noticing that she did not die.

Despite her martial arts skills, she is still portrayed as a "little old lady"; she has a waddling gait, wears dentures, and is knocked onto her back when firing a gun.

In the first movie, Nana crosses paths with Alex in Grand Central Station , then brutally assaults him.

Throughout the series, she refers to Alex as "the bad kitty. When the animals are surrounded by police, she somehow gets past and kicks Alex in "the batteries" or his groin.

She was quickly taken away by police. As shown in the sequel, she was not arrested, she was interviewed as a witness, and states what she thought of Alex: "He was a very bad kitty.

Nana is featured in The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper , where she proves that there are times when she is shown to be not only aggressive with animals, but with also people, like when she destroys random merchandise at a kiosk while shopping for her dog, then demands to purchase Private in a very rude tone, when she refuses to pay the taxi driver her fare, when she tells her doorman to "buzz off" and then punches him in the face for no reason, and even when she does not hold the elevator for Skipper, Kowalski, and Rico.

Nana returns in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa. She also becomes the leader of an army of tourists left stranded by the penguins' schemes.

She again crosses paths with Alex, then fights him, and wins again, although Alex puts up much more of a fight this time although Alex confesses to his friends that he actually only did it to distract her to get her bag, making Nana's victory unofficial.

She often hits Alex and loves her handbag. At the end of the film, Alex gives Makunga Nana's handbag. When she sees Makunga holding it, she kicks him in the groin, steps on his foot, whacks his hand with a ruler, digs her hand into his ear, arm-burns him, and spanks him before dragging him off the reserve by his ear.

Nana does not appear in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. Chew voiced by Frank Welker is a small, white poodle , fond of chewing and tearing various items apart as demonstrated on an Alex plush toy.

Chew is owned by Nana, and lives in her apartment on the top floor in an apartment complex. Nana purchased Private, mistaking him for a squeaky toy , while he was attempting to find a gift for Ted, and reveals him to be a Christmas present for Mr.

Chew nearly mauled Private, while Nana was watching a football game on TV, but was defeated by Skipper, Kowalski and Rico, who had set out to rescue Private.

Nana does not hear the fight, but after she sees the damage following hearing Rico's dynamite stick going off , she blames Mr.

Chew for destroying her apartment and puts him on a big "time out". The fossa voiced by Tom McGrath and Eric Darnell in the film, various voices in All Hail King Julien appear as medium-sized weasel-like creatures, closely related to mongoose, and rarely speak, instead usually growling and yelping.

Throughout Madagascar , they are shown to terrorize the lemurs and attempt to eat them. According to Julien, "they're always annoying us [the lemurs] by trespassing, interrupting our parties, and ripping our limbs off.

Throughout the episode, the baby fossa kept biting King Julien. Because of this, he thought that the fossa was trying to eat him.

Kowalski told him that this was the fossa's way of showing love towards Julien, since he thought of him as his father.

But, Julien realized this too late, because in order to get rid of the fossa, he shipped in a boa constrictor named Savio to devour him.

In order to keep the fossa safe, Julien wanted Savio to eat him instead, but the fossa attacked Savio to protect Julien, much to the penguins' disappointment.

His uncle gives Julien the crown after learning that the king of the lemurs will be eaten by the Fossa. But Julien got bitten on the butt, while saving the lemurs and his scream sent boulders falling down and the Fossa run away.

Throughout the first movie and the two TV series, there have been male Fossa. She is seen in the end cuddling the suit with Julien's uncle in it who is being punished and sparred by Julien, for sending his nephew to the territory and trying to reclaim the throne.

Julien is, at one point, able to tame a Fossa girl named Mary Anne who later becomes a partial leader of the Fossa. Makunga voiced by Alec Baldwin in the film, John Cygan in the video game is a male lion with a large black mane styled in a pompadour and green eyes.

He is Zuba's rival and wants to take his place as alpha lion. He also calls Alex pathetic. When asked why he wants to become alpha lion, he replies "I'm better looking, I have better hair, I'm deceivingly smart, and I want everyone else to do what I say" Makunga usually acts like he thinks he is smart and has good leadership, but he only is trying to become alpha lion because he wants to be in charge.

Makunga often looks at other characters while making an evil unnoticed face where he crosses his arms in front of his chest and makes a big smirk , usually when he is planning to do something that is not good in this manner, he is very similar to Scar from The Lion King ".

Makunga often challenged Zuba to fights over the alpha lion position, but was easily beaten. One of those fights led to Zuba being distracted while Alex was captured by poachers.

Years later, Makunga used Alex in a bid to finally reach the rank of alpha lion where he tricked Alex into challenging his henchman Teetsi.

When Alex was defeated, Zuba reluctantly had to give up his alpha lion status and go into exile with his family.

Makunga is not a very good leader saying the only solution to the fact that the local water hole was nearly dry was that they all would have to fight for it.

This causes doubt about his role as alpha lion, and almost every animal on the reserve wants Zuba back.

After the water was restored, he still refused to allow Zuba and Alex to return from banishment. He eventually meets his downfall when being tricked into angering Nana, who attacks Makunga and drags him off the reserve by his ear.

Teetsi voiced by Fred Tatasciore is Makunga's henchman and the strongest lion in his group. Makunga tricked Alex by suggesting that he goes up against Teetsi.

Alex ended up defeated by Teetsi. She is the best animal control officer in Monte Carlo with a perfect success record.

She is a big-game hunter and has extraordinary tracking skills, as well as superhuman strength and a habit of mounting the heads of every animal she has caught on her wall.

Like Nana, she is incredibly resistant to injury. Throughout the third film, she pursues the Four in hopes of having their heads as trophies, especially Alex's.

The obstacles DuBois avoid during her and her team's chase behind the animals' SUV in Monte Carlo are sliding past some omega-3 fish being spilled on the road while carrying her scooter up high, driving from one building to the other [in slow motion] after jumping off her scooter where the animals are preparing to get on the plane , and doing some stunts in an office building.

She finally captured Alex and the other animals at New York City , and the zoo staff thank her incorrectly believing that she tried to return Alex.

She rips up the check they give her where she says that "It wasn't about the money. It was about the lion.

After a long fight between the animals and DuBois and her henchmen, DuBois is tranquilized by Mort and her men are knocked out. She and her men are last seen shipped to Madagascar with her henchmen similar to the first movie thanks to the Penguins.

They are prone to getting hurt, unlike their boss. However, even when they do get hurt, DuBois can heal them instantly simply by singing " Non, je ne regrette rien ," thereby appealing to their patriotism.

One is short, one is tall and skinny with a mustache on an extra released on the DVD reveals his name is Gerard , one is overweight with a goatee and sideburns, and one is also overweight and has a mustache.

Dave voiced by John Malkovich is a villainous and disgruntled octopus who appears in Penguins of Madagascar as the main antagonist. He disguises himself as a human professor under the alias of Dr.

Dave used to be one of the top attractions at the Central Park Zoo, in which time he entertained children with his clever and funny tricks.

However, when Skipper, Kowalski, Rico and Private arrived, they unknowingly stole all his glory due to their cuteness and he was forcibly removed from his home.

Afterwards, Dave was shipped to every major Zoo in the world, but the same thing happened again and again and again: penguins getting all the attention while Dave was shunned, ignored and neglected.

Embittered, Dave now seeks revenge on the penguin species, becoming a mad scientist in the process. Inside his submarine lair, Dave creates the Medusa serum, a green substance that when fired in a ray will transform its target into a physically and mentally disfigured monster.

He plans to use it on all the penguins that stole his fame and then unleash the now monstrous penguins on New York city, so that the humans will despise them instead of love them.

However, a group of Arctic animals called the "North Wind" attempt to foil his plans. At the end of the film, Dave's plan for revenge is foiled and the vengeful octopus is shrunk by his own ray the effects having been reversed by Private and gets trapped in a snow globe, where he is admired by a little girl.

Dave's Henchmen are octopuses. They are evil minions who work for Dave and assist him in his plans to rid of all penguins.

They don't speak, but they make a bubbling "octopus" sound that Dave understands. Each henchman share the first names of famous celebrities.

Whenever Dave ordered them to do something, he would say the actor's first name and an action word that spells out the actors' full names Ex. About three of these underlings are named after the actors.

Marlene voiced by Nicole Sullivan in normal form, Dee Bradley Baker in wild form is the Central Park Zoo's only resident Oriental small-clawed otter with primarily brown fur, with a white chest, face, and right foot.

Marlene is shown to be both playful [12] and kind towards others, which often conflicts with Skipper's serious and safety-cautious attitude.

She attempts to find and bring out the best in others through kindness, though is not immune to feeling anger towards Rhonda, a rude walrus apathetic to others, and works to have her transferred she regrets the decision after learning Rhonda would be sent to a polar bear reserve, and works doggedly to send her elsewhere.

In order to get candy, she is bribed by Maurice to celebrate King Julien Day and participate in several tasks to keep Julien content.

In "Otter Gone Wild", it is revealed that she was born in captivity. When she sets foot in the outside world, she becomes wild. In her primal state, she briefly becomes infatuated with King Julien, and is capable of posing a significant threat even to the equally-psychotic Rico in a fight, later successfully defeating two enraged badgers who had just given the entire penguin team significant trouble.

In "Otter Things Have Happened", the penguins invented a machine that is able to locate anyone's ideal match at a moment's notice; the birds misread the signal her saliva sample gave and present her with Fred the squirrel, upsetting Julien who kidnaps the little guy who Marlene has actually started to like.

When she realizes Fred is not good for her, she dumps Fred and goes back to her single lifestyle. Kowalski, upset that his invention is faulty, throws it out.

In the trash the machine begins to show the results of Marlene's test again; we see Fred in the area it was picking up, but then are treated to the introduction of a brand new character, Antonio or the "Otter Bachelor of Central Park", a buff, Latino male otter who has a fancy to frequently playing his Spanish guitar.

It is not finalized, but it seems that Antonio was the individual who Marlene's test picked up, not Fred. It is not known yet if the penguins know of Antonio's existence or if Marlene will get to meet him in future episodes but in "The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel" it is shown that Marlene dreams of being in a spacious room surrounded by many otters very similar if not exactly like Antonio all playing Spanish Guitars.

In "Dr. Blowhole's Revenge", it is shown that she believes Dr. Blowhole is not real. In "The Return of the Revenge of Dr. Blowhole," she saw that he was real, though made no comment concerning any prior disbelief.

During "The Otter Woman", an over-chlorinated pool resulted in Marlene's fur being bleached white, causing her to be mistaken for an arctic mink called "Arlene," resulting in Skipper and Julien becoming infatuated with her before Skipper became convinced that "Arlene" had done something horrible to the seemingly missing Marlene.

Later, Marlene's fur was dyed back to its original color by Alice when she noticed what happened to Marlene. In "Littlefoot," Marlene was separated from her feral self thanks to Kowalski's latest invention, but the separation resulted in her monstrous alter-ego going on the rampage while 'regular' Marlene was now excessively paranoid and afraid of everything around her.

Despite Officer X capturing Marlene's feral self and taking her to animal control after feral Marlene went on a rampage that destroyed most of New York- earning the name 'Littlefoot' in the process-, the penguins managed to recombine Marlene's two selves, making Officer X lose his job again, and the experience of confronting her other self allowing Marlene to gain greater control over her feral side.

In "Badger Pride," Marlene had to put up with the attacks from Becky and Stacy Badger who are prone to having to put up with badger stereotypes and her wild side comes in handy when it came to subduing them.

She seems to dislike aspects of her job, and is happy to have a voice-automated robot guide give directions so she can avoid "annoying tour group questions".

It's hinted that deep down Alice cares for the zoo animals and only wants what's best for them as she hates it when people feed the animals popcorn, and posts several signs throughout the zoo after catching a child feeding Marlene a kernel.

Though this could just be herself keeping her job safe. He was making an appearance to announce the opening of the Children's Zoo. Skipper saved him from being hit by a pigeon named Frankie.

When he finds out Frances was building bio mechanical androids to replace the animals with, he fired her. He works in the "animal care" building.

Unlike Alice, he seems to be quite fond of animals. He is bald and wears a white lab coat. Skipper often voices dislike of him because of his use of needles and when injured, he has been known to try and downplay the injury rather than visit the vet.

Chuck Charles voiced by Jeff Bennett is a newsman who works at Channel In "The All Nighter Before Christmas," he mentions that he is so used to talking on television that he has forgotten how to talk normally.

Due to an unknown reason in "Goodnight and Good Chuck," he was fired and replaced with his rival anchor Pete Peters and he got a new job at the zoo as Alice's assistant.

But he was sat on by Burt, swung out of control by Bada and Bing, tried to get a chameleon off of his face, being dragged away by a vehicle that drove itself, almost got flushed down a toilet, jumped on by Mort, and got sprayed by the amnesia spray by the Penguins.

He tried to get his old job back by exposing the Penguins' operation to the world and he got past Rico, Private and Kowalski.

The disc was taken by Pete Peters and Peters aired it. But when the world thought the Penguins' operation was fake, Pete Peters was fired and Chuck Charles was reinstated.

The Rat King voiced by Diedrich Bader is a genetically enhanced, muscular lab rat who resides in the sewer. He constantly torments the penguins and never learns his lesson when he's defeated each time.

He even tries to take over their home in a hockey game, but he is defeated by King Julien after Rat King's fellow rats skated over King Julien's feet.

Also he is matched power with Skipper. Countless small sewer rats who are friends and minions of Rat King. Officer X voiced by Cedric Yarbrough is a New York animal control officer who has a single-minded focus on removing stray animals from the streets.

Officer X is shown to have a superhuman level of strength, crushing a small metal cage with his bare hands and defeating Joey, who even the penguins could not easily beat, head on, leading Skipper to say Officer X cannot be human.

He first tangles with the penguins when they interfere with his pursuit of a stray cat, the penguins' friend Max, in the episode "Cat's Cradle". When asked by Alice what his real name was, X responds that his mother never told him his real name, instead telling him that it was "classified.

X returns in the episode "What Goes Around" when he tries to capture the penguins when they are found out of the zoo on the streets of New York, but the subsequent chase results in X losing his job due to the scale of the damage he had caused and the public's lack of belief that penguins were responsible for his actions.

He was arrested on vandalism charges creating the mess resulting from his and the penguins' encounter. He returns as an exterminator in "Stop Bugging Me," having been forced to work as an exterminator after his previous rampage.

He fights with the penguins who are protecting three cockroaches that Rico befriended. X was ready to enact his revenge, only for Private to cause the cockroaches to crawl into his suit causing him to run off.

He also lost his mustache in this episode. As a zookeeper, he knew about every inch of the zoo to prevent the penguins' escape into cooler water.

He was also expecting that the penguins were going to fly to the East River , but he was defeated there.

He landed on the taxi that Alice was returning in as it drives away. Officer X attempted to regain his position in "Littlefoot" by capturing the monster currently attacking New York the feral version of Marlene that had been separated from her normal self , but the penguins sabotaged this effort by recombining the two Marlenes, leaving Rico behind to give the impression that X's penguin-related "insanity" had prompted him to steal a penguin from the zoo.

X loses his job again, leaving him upset. His next appearance was in "A Kipper for Skipper" where he was working as a fishmonger. When Kowalski, Rico, and Private were arguing over the fish, X captured the three of them.

Luckily, they were able to defeat him by dropping a bowling ball on him. He was briefly seen in "Goodnight and Good Chuck" in which a video revealing all of the penguins' covert operations were broadcast worldwide.

Officer X watched the news segment in Times Square and truimphantly told anyone who would listen that "I told you! He then calls his mother and tells her to turn on the TV to prove his sanity.

Unfortunately, everyone else who watches it believes it to be a news hoax due to the sheer impossibility of the scenario and the amusing antics of the penguins in the video.

Officer X drops to his knees and cries out in despair when still no one believes him. In "Snowmageddon", X is now stacking shelves.

When Skipper and Marlene go out for a snack run and a snowstorm traps them in the same shop, X manages to capture Skipper, and ties him up with a licorice whip then cages him under a plastic crate, which he sits on while calling animal control.

Marlene helps to free Skipper and thanks to the destruction it can be assumed that X has lost his job again. Joey voiced by James Patrick Stuart is a bad tempered and hostile red kangaroo with an Australian accent that always refers to himself in the third person who loves beating up anyone who steps foot in his habitat, especially Skipper and Julien.

He first appeared in the season one episode, "Assault and Batteries" and later on in "Cat's Cradle" when he tried to beat up Officer X but was badly hurt instead.

He also appeared to have a big role in "Skorca! Eventually, the two settle their differences and become friends, agreeing on their hatred for the penguins.

Even though Joey has a pouch that only female kangaroos have, it is assumed by many fans that Joey is a female kangaroo with a masculine voice.

Leonard voiced by Dana Snyder is an extremely paranoid and nervous koala. He first appeared in "Night and Dazed", where he was shown to be very afraid of the penguins.

After being accidentally launched into the city due to Kowalski's evacuation launcher, the penguins come save him and bring him back to the zoo.

He appears again in "Kanga Management" in which the penguins accidentally destroy his enclosure, forcing him to temporarily live in Joey's enclosure.

He and Joey eventually become friends due to their hatred for the penguins. In "Nighty Night Ninja", he watches a martial arts film with the penguins while he waits for his home to air out, due to a fish bomb.

This causes him to start attacking the other animals in a sleep-walking state the next day. The penguins cure him by making him watch The Lunacorns , and save him from the sewer rats, whom he had attacked earlier.

Hans voiced by John DiMaggio is a puffin with a past history with Skipper that involves a mission in Denmark that somehow resulted in Skipper being declared Public Enemy Number One in the country in question.

With Skipper having infiltrated the lair and defeated Hans, he was then shipped to the Hoboken Zoo. He appeared in "The Hoboken Surprise" and helped the penguins defeat the animal androids who had taken over the Hoboken Zoo.

Blowhole voiced by Neil Patrick Harris is an evil, mad bottlenose dolphin scientist and supervillain, who plans to take revenge on the human race: In the past, Blowhole was known as "Flippy", and was forced by humans to perform tricks at Coney Island for their own amusement.

Blowhole is Skipper's arch-nemesis. He only has one real eye; his right eye is a robotic one, which hides a scar. He is described by Private and Skipper as being "pure evil, with skin that's surprisingly pleasant to the touch", which Blowhole claims is because he always moisturizes.

He appears to love rubbing it in that he has far superior technology than the penguins do, which usually gets on Kowalski's nerves. Since he is a dolphin, he gets around by the use of a Segway-type vehicle while on land, which also projects a glass dome around it and Blowhole to turn into an escape vehicle.

He also has a habit of referring to the penguins as "pen-gyoo-wins" it is implied that he only does this to tick them off. Blowhole has a habit of having his deep-voiced computer announce the names of his creations in a dramatic voice provided by Jim Cummings instead of saying them himself i.

Chrome Claw. Unlike most cartoon villains, instead of simply leaving his enemies to die in a deathtrap, he typically stays to oversee their destruction personally, well aware they will likely escape somehow telling Julien as much when asked , unless he'd be killed as well if he stays such as locking them in his base as it self-destructs.

In the special, the evil dolphin also proved able to hold his own with the combat-trained Skipper in a short physical fight. Blowhole is mentioned in the episode "Eclipsed".

Blowhole apparently had a plan to extinguish the Sun, as when Private told him that the sun went dark, Skipper believed that Dr. Blowhole had succeeded in his plan, but actually the sun went dark because of a solar eclipse.

In "Roomies", Blowhole sends a walrus spy, named Rhonda a. Agent 12, to steal Kowalski's "plasma cutter" invention, which acts as a chain saw.

The villainous dolphin himself is never seen the episode. Blowhole kidnaps King Julien, believing him to be Skipper's best friend, in an effort to lure the flightless force into a trap so that he can annihilate them once and for all.

Julien and Blowhole join forces and captures the "pen-gu-wins". After Blowhole reveals his plan to activate a "Ring of Fire" that he built in the North Pole to flood the world saying it was inspired by a ring of fire he was forced to jump through when he was in captivity , Mort appears from the lair's skylight and frees the penguins after crashing into a control panel.

Blowhole then activates the Ring of Fire after throwing Mort from the control panel. He then sends a giant mutated lobster he devised earlier in the episode called Chrome Claw after Skipper and the penguins which he'd mentioned he was planning to create during their previous encounter but they manage to defeat it.

After a short battle with Skipper, Blowhole is betrayed by Julien, who claims to have been a double agent the entire time, and the "Ring of Fire" which the media has dubbed the "Hoop of Heat", much to Blowhole's anger is deactivated.

Blowhole escapes, promising revenge. Blowhole", Dr. Once he ambushed him, he uses his clown-shaped "Mind Jacker" to steal Skipper's memories so he can use them to infiltrate the penguins' lair so he can turn them into his monster slaves using his "Diaboligizer".

When he is about to blast the penguins with the Diaboligizer, he misfires, causing it to hit King Julien's MP3 player infused with Kowalski's experimental power cell which Julien foolishly thought was a battery.

The mix of the three resulted in a giant MP3 monster, which made everyone near it sing uncontrollably. Blowhole soon decides to use the creature to his advantage by winning it over with his beautiful singing voice.

Once he was in control, he started using it to destroy New York City. Fortunately, Skipper returned to New York with the help of a spirit guide in the form of Alex the lion as seen earlier in the movie.

Skipper distracted Blowhole while the penguins took out the source of the monster's power. With Blowhole foiled again and the monster back to normal, he tried to escape, but Skipper activated the Mind Jacker on Blowhole, wiping out his memories.

He once had an iPod before Alex accidentally broke it. Marty likes seaweed on a stick. Marty is a hopeless optimist; he usually sees the brighter side of many things, taking every situation in stride.

He has black and white stripes, a furry coat, a mane, and a tufted tail. He strives to be unique, which proves difficult when he meets his own kind in Africa, who look and act almost exactly the same.

Marty is best friends with Alex and the two are rarely at odds. His carefree lifestyle tends to get on the nerves of his friends, but mostly serves to impress them; he is the one who helps hold the group together when things seem to get down.

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His friends try to give him a great birthday, but somehow, Marty wants more. He escapes the Central Park Zoo , where he had lived for the past ten years, and makes a dash for the wild.

His friends, Alex, Melman the giraffe , and Gloria the hippopotamus , flag him down, but as they are about to take him back to the zoo, police officers and animal control officers appear in all directions, tranquilize the animals, and send them on a ship to a wildlife preserve in Kenya.

The penguins take over the ship and the four friends are washed up on the shores of Madagascar. Once on the island, Marty had his dream fulfilled.

Alex is mad at Marty for getting them shipped to the wild, but he later apologizes to Marty and actually begins to enjoy himself on the island.

Unfortunately, his enjoyment brings on his killer instincts, causing him to attack the resident lemurs and his friends, including Marty.

Alex does not "go savage" for long, and after regaining his senses, he runs away from his friends out of regret. Soon after that, Marty learns the hard way that the wild is not what it seems to be, and how hard it really is for many animals to live there with so many predators and other dangers.

Realizing the consequences brought upon by his impulsive actions, such as sacrificing his and the other's lives at the Zoo the one safe place they called home and the misfortune he caused his best friend, Marty comes to truly regret his birthday wish.

However, after learning of the penguins having hijacked a boat and are offering the zoo animals a trip back home, Marty immediately runs after Alex in hopes to save his friend.

Alex is later able to rejoin his friends as they head back to the zoo. Marty, along with his friends, has only a few small cameos in The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper.

He, Alex, and Gloria are seen at the beginning decorating Melman's neck with Christmas lights. At the end, he, his friends, and almost all the other zoo animals are seen singing their own version of "Jingle Bells".

There, he joins a herd of zebra that all look and sound exactly like him. While he enjoys this new lifestyle at first, he quickly becomes depressed when it becomes evident he has no individuality in a herd.

Marty also becomes upset when Alex is unable to tell him apart from the other zebras. Ultimately, Alex is able to make amends by picking Marty out of the herd later revealed to be due to the bite mark left on his backside from the previous film, and the fact that he is black with white stripes, while the other zebras are all white with black stripes.

Marty accompanies his friend to unblock a dam set by stranded New Yorkers in the jungle which causes the watering hole to dry up.

When Alex is caught, Marty gets the other animals to help rescue him. His circus act is cannon along with Stefano the sea lion. In the middle of the film, you can tell he loves the afro.

Melman Mankiewicz III is a male reticulated giraffe. He has a furry coat, green eyes, whiskers, a snout, a long neck, brown spots, horns, and a tufted tail.

He is somewhat of a hypochondriac , having doses of medicine for meals and doctor's appointments frequently. He even complains about having brown spots on his neck the spots, in real life, are natural.

He is skittish most of the time, but often has moments of profound clarity. His experience being medicated has given him insight regarding how to treat sick or injured animals who might otherwise give up hope and dig a hole, waiting to die in it.

His love for Gloria is deep, and is always a gentleman to her; to Marty and Alex, he's just another one of the "awkward" guys. Melman had a residence at the Central Park Zoo, where he received constant medical treatment for problems that were all psychosomatic.

He would undergo MRIs, CAT scans, injections, flu shots, and be put into braces and crutches for no particular purpose at all. In the Central Park Zoo, Melman was used to his cushy life taking pills and undergoing treatments.

One night, Marty the Zebra escaped and Melman immediately informed Alex of this. In a flashback in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , there is a hint that he had a crush on Gloria as a child as he seems uncomfortable when she comments that Alex is cute.

When the animals nearly die trying to fly back to New York in a salvaged airplane, he screams he is in love with Gloria; she is asleep and does not hear.

In Africa, Melman is horrified to learn that once a giraffe becomes sick, it has no way to survive and therefore must simply wait in a hole to die.

He takes the position of Witch Doctor to cure sick animals, introducing them to Western medicine and giving them longer and better lives.

While he proves to be a very good witch doctor, he is informed by another giraffe that Melman has a brown spot on his shoulder, one which the previous Witch Doctor seemed to have gotten and "was gone" two days later.

Thinking he only has two days to live, Melman initially waits in a hole, but then takes King Julien's advice and goes to declare his love to Gloria.

He finds her on a date and simply tells her date what a wonderful girl Gloria is and to treat her right. When the watering hole dries up and King Julien decides to sacrifice an animal for the water gods, Melman offers himself.

He is saved at the last moment, when Gloria tells him that she loves him back, and the two become a couple; it becomes apparent the "brown spot" was not fatal the previous Witch Doctor is found alive and well, the brown spot in fact being a natural giraffe spot ; however, there is not a scene where Melman is told of this.

It is assumed that he figured it out when his "time" came and went and he was fine. He was last seen dancing off into the sunset with Gloria, Alex and Marty.

They and the other animals go to Monte Carlo to find the penguins. Once inside the hotel, Melman, Alex and Marty argue over who should be the leader of the group.

They are crushed by Gloria's weight and they fall into the casino. Whilst escaping the hotel with the other animals, they are pursued by DuBois.

On the way they lose DuBois and manage to reach the Hotel Ambassador. While boarding the plane, Melman is grabbed by the neck when DuBois appears.

Alex with a little help from Mort, cuts the rope and saves Melman. Above the skies of France, the plane's engine fails and it crash lands into a suburban rail yard.

Whilst running from the authorities who are closing in on them, Melman gives Alex the idea of boarding the train containing the circus.

Upon arrival in Rome, Melman and the group realize how terrible the circus was. En route to London, Melman and the others are discussing how terrible the circus was before Alex tells them about his newfound inspiration.

Melman and Gloria create a dancing tightrope act that is performed in London. When Melman and his friends are pursued by DuBois, the circus discover their true identities.

Gloria is a gorgeous female hippopotamus who resided in the Central Park Zoo as an attraction, all the while being good friends with Alex, Marty, Melman, and becoming the latter's girlfriend as of Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.

She has gray skin, brown eyes, a snout, short arms and legs, black fingernails, an enormously fat belly, short stubby tail, and a triangular belly button.

Gloria comically serves as the height of the gang, both intentionally and in situations she accidentally falls into. She is often serious with what she is talking about and the guys are careful not to get on her nerves.

As a hippopotamus, Gloria is another animal in the Central Park Zoo and was one of the many attractions, drawing crowds that enjoyed seeing her swim about in her water tank.

At this party, Marty announced his wish upon blowing out the candles on his cake: to go to the wild.

Gloria, Alex and Melman tried to have Marty come to his senses by telling him life out in the wilds was savage and difficult, whereas life in the zoos was adequate.

Marty was unhappy at hearing this, and Gloria told Alex to go to console Marty. Later that night, Marty acted out his wish and headed straight for the Terminal Station to take a train and go to Connecticut, where Marty heard wide open spaces were found.

Gloria urged both Alex and Melman to come with her to find Marty and bring him back before any people would notice.

They were found, regardless, along with Mason and Phil, the two chimps, and a troupe of secretive penguins, all ending up tranquilized with darts.

When they all came to, they found themselves in crates bound for Africa. When the penguins hijack the ship, the crates fall into the ocean and wash up on the island of Madagascar.

After some confusion, they start to set up their own society and attract the attention of a lemur colony.

In Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , Gloria expresses a desire to join in the zoo breeding program, in the hopes of finding a boyfriend.

When the animals crash land in Africa, she attracts the attention of a hippo named Moto Moto. Though she thinks he is the ideal boyfriend at first, she realizes that he only loves her for her enormous stomach, whereas Melman loves her for who she is.

Realizing that she loves Melman back, she stops him from sacrificing himself into the volcano, even saying "It's crazy to think that I had to go halfway around the world to find the perfect guy was right next door Gloria returns in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted with Melman, the couple finds their way as they contribute to the circus' success with a spectacular tightrope act.

Skipper is a major character in the first film, but Kowalski, Rico, and Private are supporting characters and don't talk much until The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper.

All four penguins have major roles in the first sequel and supporting roles in the second sequel. He has dark, sapphire -blue eyes and his head is flatter than those of the other three penguins.

Like the rest of the penguins, he has no idea what is expected of the penguin species, other than to "smile and wave.

In the first Madagascar movie, Skipper is the mastermind behind a plot to escape the confines of the zoo and leave for Antarctica. Kowalski, Rico, and Private are his accomplices in this plot.

They dig under their enclosure until they reach Marty the zebra, thinking it to be the South Pole.

Skipper explains to Marty that they are attempting to escape the zoo because penguins do not belong there in captivity.

He then orders his accomplices to continue tunneling. Late that night, Skipper and the other penguins are caught by a SWAT team, as are six other animals found outside the zoo.

The penguins are tranquilized and put into a crate to be transferred. When they awake, Skipper is confused at the lettering on the crate where they are being held and orders Mason to read it; Mason's companion Phil reads it.

According to the box, they are all bound for a wildlife preserve in Africa, despite the cold climate penguins need.

Skipper orders Rico to pick the lock on the crate where they are held, whereupon the four penguins knock out the crew and take command of the ship, commandeering it to reach Antarctica.

Skipper and his mates finally reach Antarctica and are sorely disappointed by the barren, desolate terrain as evidenced by Private's exclamation, "Well, this sucks Upon arriving, he and the other three encounter Gloria and Melman, and see that Alex and Marty whom they refer to as their "monochromatic friend" are gone.

It is Skipper who helps to distract the foossa while Marty is recovered, and also helps fight off a number of them. Skipper notices later on that Alex is still hungry, not having been able to eat steak, and has Rico prepare sushi for Alex.

Skipper then relinquishes control of the ship to Alex, as he no longer needs it, and proceeds to sunbathe on the tropical beaches in comfort.

Skipper is asked by Private if they should tell Alex and his friends that the ship is out of gas. Skipper declines, telling his troupe to "Just smile and wave, boys.

Smile and wave. They fix the plane when it crashes in Africa with the help of "more thumbs" Mason and Phil. At the end of the movie, he marries a bobblehead doll.

In The Penguins of Madagascar , the bobblehead is nowhere to be seen. With Phil dressed as the "King of Versailles," they are able to amass a fortune of jewels, diamonds and gold and plan to buy an aircraft to pick up the "hippies" Alex, Marty, Gloria, and Melman in Africa and return to New York.

Things change when Alex and the others rush to Monte Casino, believing that the penguins have abandoned them. Skipper later uses the fortune to help the gang become part of a traveling circus.

Skipper is one of the four main characters of The Penguins of Madagascar. In the show, many things are revealed about him and it expands on his character from the movies.

In multiple episodes it is shown that Skipper knows karate and is an exceptionally capable fighter. He's also very strong, as seen in "Launchtime.

However, in "Needle Point", it is revealed that he has a fear of needles , so in later episodes if he's injured he's treated with medical cream or the like.

Generally, he is a straight man, displaying a very stereotypical general personality when not in battle: he's been shown waking his men up early in the morning for training, has given them trials on being able to work without him a number of times, and has been shown to being very hard-boiled.

He is, though, soft on his men at times, properly rewarding them and even showing fear and worry when he knows they're in danger.

He becomes especially upset when he believes one of them to be dead. He often tries to hide this part, as he once told Private that he Private is always bait because he "is gullible and expendable," but later becomes upset when Private is eaten.

Although Skipper's plans and theories often serve as jokes, his most unorthodox theories are sometimes proven true; the Blowhole existence is the most extreme example of this.

Doctor Blowhole is first mentioned in "Eclipsed", when Skipper brings up his plan to extinguish the sun; this is because the sun was covered by a solar eclipse and, before Mason, Phil, and Kowalski mentioned it, Skipper believed he finally succeeded.

Skipper being paranoid often comes up due to his theories, and whether or not he's right depends on the episode. Often, those around him refuse to follow along, mostly Marlene because she believes Skipper overreacts.

He often comes up with theories without basis on new arrivals, usually flying piranha or being a spy for Doctor Blowhole.

According to him, there are actually 8 continents, since he counts Atlantis and appears to believe it is off the coast of Brazil.

He once tells Maurice that if he had Skipper's security clearance, he would believe it too. Skipper indicates that he believes that some new arrivals to the zoo could be flying piranha.

In the episode "Launchtime," when he asks Kowalski to search for a place where nearly no lemurs can be found, he states that he cannot set foot in Denmark; when Private questions him on this, he replies by saying "Well, that's private, Private, between me and the Danes.

Skipper has mentioned that there used to be two more penguins Manfredi and Johnson, named for two ill-fated characters in the World War II prisoner-of-war saga Stalag 17 in addition to himself and the other three; this is unconfirmed, and these claims have never been adequately explained.

When they're brought up, it's usually as a warning or an aside remark, as they died in the past during a mission. In "The Hidden", he mentions that they died during a mission when they were attacked by "flying piranhas" and that they had to "bury what was left of them with a tea spoon".

In "A Kipper for Skipper," when Skipper states that "relatively few penguins get left behind", as the others point out that Manfredi, Johnson, and another penguin were.

In "Roger Dodger," he tells Rico that he would take him out if he had to and tells him "just ask Manfredi and Johnson.

In "Maurice at Peace," it is implied that they were accidentally smothered by the others due to a misinterpretation of a message which actually said to smother them with affection.

In "Smotherly Love," it is mentioned that they died a very relaxing death in a day spa. His Italian pronunciation is not perfect. Skipper breaks up with her after it is revealed that she had swallowed Fred the squirrel, and in subsequent episodes she wasn't heard from or mentioned.

Skipper shares a very strong friendship with Marlene, a female Asian Otter who lives across from the penguins and is a main character in the series.

Despite their conflicting differences and clashes of personality, the two still remain very close and are able to keep their bond of friendship strong.

Marlene is also considered "privileged" by Skipper, due to the fact that he thinks of her as a smart, which is rather unusual, considering his otherwise generally scornful opinion of mammals.

He sometimes allows her to tag along on missions. As the series The Penguins of Madagascar continues, Skipper starts to realize that Private is following in his footsteps in "Private and the Winky-Factory.

Blowhole and Hans the Puffin. Over the course of the series, he likes and trusts them less and less. In the Dr. Kowalski is second-in-command and the tallest of the penguins, forming plans for the group and usually taking notes for Skipper.

When Skipper is absent, he takes charge and his rank is First Lieutenant. He has blue eyes and tends to over-analyze situations.

Often formulating plans for the group, Kowalski is a loyal supporter of his leader, Skipper. Kowalski had escaped the zoo with the other penguins but was promptly captured and put into a crate for transfer with his comrades.

The crates were all placed on a ship bound for Africa, where all the creatures from the zoo would be kept in a wildlife preserve.

While in the crate, Kowalski confessed that he could not read he said the words on the side of the box were an "older code", in slight reference to Return of the Jedi and asked another transferee, a chimpanzee named Phil, to read the words on the crate.

As soon as this was done, the four penguins headed to the ship's bridge, knocked out the crew and captain, bound them up, and Kowalski plotted the ship's course to Antarctica.

He is the technician of the group and always has his notepad and, every now an then, an abacus. While being able to formulate plans and invent things such as a rocket ship out of a trashcan and fireworks, a futuristic rotary saw blade made of energy and multiple random objects, or an intelligence manipulator from just a cardboard box, a magnet, and a vacuum he is shown to have a bit of difficulty deducing simpler machines.

At the end of "Needle Point", it is revealed that he has a fear of zoological oral checks. He seems to also spout nearly or completely nonsensical words, such as, "The moo cow may have a chocolate marshmallow", or "I'll be a bicycle cream cone", whenever either hit incredibly hard as he did when body checked by a giant rat during a hockey game or when shocked severely as by Officer X's stun gun.

He screamed " Galileo Galilei " when he got his injection during "Needle Point". He also loves candy. In the series he is shown to be intelligent but it is not as apparent in the films, which reveal that he does not know how to read English e.

He does most of his calculations on an abacus, although he was briefly in possession of a calculator that was destroyed.

He is in love with a dolphin called Doris and recorded a poem for her on DVD which highlighted her apparent non-interest in him in the "Hot Ice" episode.

She was first mentioned in "Gone in a Flash" with a photo being shown. It has been noted that his inventions have a habit of horribly backfiring regardless of his best intentions or their successes.

In Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted , an invention of his called a "nucular" reactor sic is used. As a result of his inventions, he comes off as unhinged, especially when he becomes overly defensive about what he does.

Outright called a mad scientist by Skipper, Kowalski often creates things in order to "show them" and has, on few occasions, hidden his devices.

In "I Know Why The Caged Bird Goes Insane", he becomes increasingly derailed as the episode goes on after being temporarily bound to a wheelchair, mostly because the nursery he was being held in was right next door to the Science Expo, and he makes a few attempts to break out.

Rico, third-in-command of the penguins, does not really talk very much, usually communicating in babbles and mumbles. He is similar in physical features to the other penguins in the movies, but he has a tuft of feathers shaped like a Mohawk and a scar of unknown origin on his left cheek in the television series, which makes him easier to distinguish, particularly from Skipper.

Rico is the greediest and fattest of the penguins - he will eat almost anything, and thinks constantly of food.

Skipper describes him as "clearly a world-class psychopath". Rico appears to be not merely particularly psychotic, but to some degree mentally deficient.

In "Friend in a Box" Kowalski points a mind-reading device at him which, despite seeming to function perfectly for the other three penguins, picks up only the word 'Fish' being thought by Rico.

According to Skipper, it was a mystery how Rico passed the psych test. On the other hand, in "Cat's Cradle" Skipper tells Rico to demonstrate shutting off all unnecessary brain functions to conserve oxygen, and Rico seems to 'deactivate' by deflating his entire body.

In the first and second film, what little speech Rico used suggested that his native language is Japanese , and his sushi -preparation skills added to this idea.

However, in the TV series, he communicated with excitable garbled grunts, but could still manage short sentences in English, and his language further improved by the second season.

He's the team's weapons expert and his main function is to regurgitate any necessary tools that Skipper may need for a mission.

His stomach operates as a hammer space , containing items as large or larger than himself, or that weigh much more than common sense would allow, with no ill effect on himself.

He can swallow and regurgitate almost anything from paperclips and explosives, all the way to a running chainsaw and ground-to-air missile.

As the show went on, characters could actually reach inside him and pull things out. His stomach even contains a spiral staircase and elevator, and he can swallow other characters and regurgitate them safely, as he has swallowed both Mort and Kowalski.

He's very fond of explosives, and his answer to problems would always be "Kaboom! Rico has little tolerance for "mushy" stuff, and often becomes nauseous when Private gets overly emotional and "lovey-dovey" about something.

On the other hand he seems to be the second most emotional penguin next to Private and is deeply in love with a plastic doll called Ms.

Another characteristic of Rico is that he might be incredibly superstitious, as, after receiving a rather dismal sounding fortune in a fortune cookie, Rico was a victim of pranks by King Julien who was trying to prove it was right.

Even after revealing that Julien was behind the accidents, Rico still needed to have him "take away the curse. Rico's psychosis needs to be controlled at all times, by Skipper limiting his use of destructive solutions, often involving explosions.

Giving him free rein to destroy to his heart's desire, Rico builds up enough psychotic pressure that he becomes a vortex of destruction, spinning out of control and destroying everything in his path.

Kowalski once estimated Rico was capable of destroying the entire zoo in this state. In the episode "Herring Impaired", Rico shows that he can be responsible when his friends need help, and because the other penguins had "Pisces Dementia", Rico had to keep watch over his friends to make sure they don't have another fish for 24 hours.

During the episode, Maurice asked that "Since when did we get four Ricos? Private is the youngest and shortest of the penguins.

He has light blue eyes and speaks with a British accent though the other penguins think his accent is fake. In a way, he's much more childish, enjoying "Lunacorns" pony dolls based on a show that teaches good morals and friendship and often suggesting much nicer plans such as asking for something instead of breaking into a habitat or simply telling the truth to others.

He is often called inexperienced by the others. He has an addiction to Peanut Butter Winkies, first displayed in "Skorka" and further elaborated on in later episodes.

He was overprotective of the egg in the episode "Paternal Egg-Stinct", though given how his team mates were treating it Skipper put it through a dangerous obstacle course, Kowalski tried shock treatments to increase its intelligence, and Rico was flying it with a hang glider , this was rational.

Private is very good at deciphering the code, communications and peace treaties, and in some degrees, common sense. Private has been known to give life lessons in "Mort Unbound" he tells Mort, "There is a natural order of things" and in "Two Feet High and Rising" he tells Mort that Julien's feet "are just feet; not love".

Private is emotionally sensitive, and is often portrayed as more observant or down to earth than the others noticing when Skipper's ankle tag had not been taken off, indicating that he did not get a shot or suggesting that Maurice had stumbled back because of being blinded by a camera flash, which Skipper quickly labeled as preposterous though he nevertheless told Kowalski to run a scenario as well as having fighting skills on a par with or only slightly below those of Rico and Skipper in one episode he is able to block rapid strikes from Skipper and disarm him with his feet while spinning on his head, all while blindfolded.

On the wall of the Penguin's HQ is a stuffed fish with a sign "Private's First Prize"; hiding behind it as well as a bunch of electronic precautions is his most prized possession: a butterscotch lollipop.

Like Kowalski, he loves candy, but eating too much of it causes him to hallucinate. He has an abnormal fear of badgers and cockroaches, as shown in the "Badger Pride" and "Stop Bugging Me" episodes respectively.

When Private is the last available penguin to fix a situation such as when it's revealed that the penguins had spied on the rest of the zoo occupants or during 'Untouchable' , he is able to rise to the occasion and execute a solution that benefits everyone.

At first, Skipper abused the hyper-cute, using it on everyone around them, so Private swore to never use it again after the misuse of the hyper-cute caused chaos around the zoo and nearly got them sent away.

Despite his vow, the hyper-cute made appearances in other episodes. This ability was attempted in one episode when Private was molting, but instead of knocking an observer out with adorability, it frightened and panicked anybody seeing him use the ability.

In the "Concrete Jungle Survival" episode, Private received the rank of Private First Class after successfully passing a test in the city.

He had been just a Private beforehand. In the Christmas special "Merry Madagascar" Private finds himself falling in love with Cupid, one of Santa's reindeer.

The relationship is short-lived, as Cupid must return and work with Santa. Private reminded her that they would "Always have Madagascar!

Private is the only penguin with known relatives, he has an uncle named Nigel though they may not be related , and in "Operation Penguin," he mentions his father is named Sam Fishy, though Sam Fishy has yet to be shown onscreen.

However, in Penguins of Madagascar , he appeared to have been abandoned as an egg, leading to the possibility that he is an orphan.

As a self-proclaimed lord of the lemurs, Julien ruled over a great colony of lemurs in Madagascar using mostly his charisma and delegating , i.

Nevertheless, he shows more intelligence and calmness compared to the other lemurs aside from Maurice , which is shown when the very word " Fossa " drives all of them, except himself and Maurice, into a state of panic.

He had parties for his subjects on Madagascar with much frequency, the likes of which were interrupted constantly by the fossa, which trespassed onto the lemur territory, devouring all that they could catch.

He saves his subjects from the Fossa and got bitten on the rear by the Fossa and he survived. When he learns that his nephew is still alive and is still king, his devious uncle tries to get rid of him and reclaim the throne.

In the end, Julien discovered his uncle's plot, glad that Clover chose him over his uncle, and gives his uncle a second chance, by putting him in the Fossa disguise, that is being cuddled by a Fossa girl, much to his uncle's dismay.

The day Alex and his friends came to Madagascar, King Julien and his subjects were enjoying one of their parties when it was invaded by the fossa.

When asked where the people were, Julien pointed to a skeleton of a man caught in a parachute hanging from a tree.

Later that night, Julien had a meeting of the lemurs and other creatures of the jungle in the plane. Julien insisted that if they could make friends with Alex and his friends, the fossa would be scared away for good.

Maurice was skeptical about this plan, but Julien insisted that, being king, his ideas were the best. Julien's plan failed when Alex started attacking the lemurs and his friends.

Although Alex then turned back to normal and the foossa were scared away with only the actions of the four main characters and the penguins, Julien took the credits for its success.

However, when it went wrong, he did not foist the idea back onto Maurice. When Alex and his friends were ready to go back to New York, Julien gave them his crown; he had already made himself a bigger, better one using a leaf-tailed gecko named Stevie.

He is in the first class, ordering constant refreshments, and amusing himself with old plane crash films.

As the plane crashes down to Africa after running out of fuel and momentum, Julien takes utter pleasure in the feeling of weightlessness caused by the high-speed descent.

By being in first class, he escapes the crash with a parachute but loses his crown. Upon arriving in Africa, Julien at first believes they are in New York and makes himself a new crown.

He manages to gain some power while in Africa, although very few characters actually pay attention to him, getting to ride a flock of flamingos with Maurice, then moving on to riding ostriches and finally an elephant.

Later, when the reserve's watering hole dries up, Julien suggests to the animals that they make a sacrifice to "his good friends, the water gods" at the volcano to replenish the water.

To convince the masses, King Julien enacts his casual conversation with the Water Gods. Later, Julien persuades Melman to volunteer for the sacrifice, who believed he was going to die soon anyway.

But when Melman realized he was going to live, he gave up on being a sacrifice, leaving Julien disappointed at his plan's failure. Mort arrives soon after, followed by a persistent shark that had been attempting to eat him.

This shark then falls into the volcano, thus completing the sacrifice, and as Julien comes out of the volcano, he sees the water coming back to the reserve due, in fact, to a dam constructed by Nana being destroyed by Alex and Zuba , and is convinced of his plan's success.

From this King Julien concludes that the Water Gods like seafood more. Julien appears in The Penguins of Madagascar regularly, often noisily and unintentionally annoying Skipper and pretty much everyone.

He is the self-proclaimed "King of the Zoo" no doubt due to his former king status on Madagascar. Only Mort and Maurice truly believe and respect him as their king, the rest just show up to his "proclamation of royal decrees.

Blowhole's Revenge ". Julien hates having anyone touch his feet, such as passing a royal decree that anyone who touches his feet would be banished from his kingdom the zoo.

When the sewer rats went to the zoo and tricked the Penguins out of their home, Julien decided to play for the Penguins in a game of Hockey to try and win their home back.

They were losing until one of the rats touched his feet, after that he lost it and beat all of them on his own. In the episode "Crown Fools", Julien panics when he loses his crown and obsessively longs for it until it is revealed that he had a spare crown all along prompting Marlene, who was trying to make him new crowns all day, to chase him with a crowbar.

Despite his desire for everyone to listen and do what he wants, he dislikes and ignores Mort, his most loyal follower, who treats him like a god.

Mort responds to everything Julien tells him to do as "I like In the episode "Haunted Habitat" he mentioned that he had a dream that he was "The last mammal on Earth".

Mort was just happy to be in the dream despite that he was "road kill" in it. A recurring gag in The Penguins of Madagascar series is that Julien believes in supernatural beings , which sometimes annoys the other animals.

In the episode Misfortune Cookie , Rico gets a fortune cookie that reads "You will soon meet a fowl end.

Julien exclaims "these stitions are super," and tries to get the penguins to believe in the supernatural. King Julien actively plots to make a "foul end" fortune come true - by his own doing.

It is also known that his believing in spirits can be used against him, seeing that Mason and Phil tricks Julien into believing that the "sky spirits" are angry with the Julien self-centrism, thing that change Julien's personality.

But when Skipper notices that kind Julien is more annoying than the narcissist Julien, Skipper makes him come back to his original self.

It is also shown that Julien gains a super-lemur level of strength if he gets mad. Visible when in "Miracle on Ice", Julien spanked and humiliated the Rat King, after one of his henchmen touched Julien's feet; In Happy King Julien Day, Maurice claims that Julien violently used a cane to spank everyone who forgot his self-proclaimed holiday.

Also, he saved the day by managing to get back to the circus. Maurice, birth name Bricky, is an overweight aye-aye , although he lacks the aye-aye's distinctive middle finger.

Maurice is King Julien's advisor - although Julien seldom listens to him - and often shows skepticism of his ruler's mad plans.

He has a long squirrel-like bushy tail. He lived in a tribe of other lemurs and witnessed newcomers to their home: a quartet of zoo animals.

Maurice was suspicious of Alex, a lion, thinking him to be potentially dangerous. Maurice expressed this concern during a meeting of the lemurs and jungle animals, but was ignored by Julien.

The next day, Maurice took part in the festival honoring the newcomers. During the festival, his suspicions about Alex become confirmed as Alex starts to give into his natural predatory instincts, and shortly after explained the trouble with having a lion around.

He knew that Alex would need to eat meat, and felt that Alex should leave and go to the carnivore side of the island. Shortly after, Maurice witnessed Gloria, Melman, and Marty working with a group of penguins to fight off the fossa that were attacking the lemur tribe.

Maurice had to admit that King Julien's plan had worked and that fossa would no longer be of any worry. Maurice saw the newcomers out when they decided to leave and was obligated to wave King Julien's arm for him, as the king was tired of waving it.

In the sequel Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , Maurice does not have a prominent role, basically agreeing to whatever King Julien says.

In the series, he often acts like a strict big brother to Mort and knows him so well that in "The Penguin Stays in the Picture" he is shocked to find that Mort only ate half of his popsicle, prompting Skipper to go find him because he suspected Mort went missing, which was correct.

He is shown to have many hidden talents in several episodes such as painting and speaking chameleon in "The Hidden" and using a yo-yo in "Friend-in-a-Box.

Despite being overweight, he was still able to hold his own when he got into a physical fight with Kowalski and Rico in "The Lost Treasure of the Golden Squirrel.

Maurice returns with a much smaller role in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted, where he and the other two lemurs join the zoosters in catching up with the penguins and chimps.

After joining the circus, the trio of lemurs fall into a crate holding Sonya the bear. Julien falls in love with Sonya, weirding-out Maurice and Mort.

The two don't show up again until the end of the movie where they gun Dubois with a tranquilizer dart. Though quite timid, Mort can also be shrill and vocal in confrontations.

Despite this, Mort does not show any lasting unhappiness, and his expression changes within the same scene. Mort has an obsession with Julien's feet ever since he used them to kick some fossa as seen in the first episode of All Hail King Julien.

Mort also has very good money skills as in the episode "Gimme Gimme Gimme: The Game" where he cleverly becomes the richest lemur in Madagascar all the other lemurs became broke including Julien after getting all their money and possessions but gives it all back after Julien, defeated, says that he had won showing that he believed that it was all a game.

In every episode, Mort was able to develop different personalities such as Smart Mort and his Evil Grammy which resulted in his personality disorder.

During the events of "Exiled", it is revealed that Mort is an immortal transdimentional being and all of his alternate personalities are dimensional counterparts who he defeated and absorbed their life essence.

By the end of the season, he marries the mountain lemur Zora but later break up in Season 5. In The Penguins of Madagascar episode "Sting Operation" when the penguins turn into idiots, they had the same obsession for feet just like him, which Julien despises.

In his anger, Julien once banished Mort from their habitat at the zoo, forcing Mort to seek a "cure" from the Penguins.

Mort makes his first appearance in Madagascar , wherein he has a minor role. He lives among the other native lemurs under Julien.

Julien uses him as a test to see if Alex and the others eat lemurs, and Mort quickly decides that he likes them, as he is later shown to have a tendency to like everything.

Mort is last seen in the film with the other lemurs wishing the zoo animals farewell, and Julien uses him as a makeshift foot-rest.

In Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , Mort plays a much larger role. He attempts to follow Julien and Maurice on the penguins' plane, but Julien goes to extremes to keep him out of the plane, declaring that Mort had "scissors and hand cream" he did in fact, have a pair of scissors, however he lacked any hand cream on the journey.

After reaching a shore at Africa, Mort is pursued by a persistent shark, which follows him onto the African preserve.

Mort still followed by the shark finds Julien at a volcano where Melman had just decided that he would not sacrifice himself to return the preserve's water.

The shark accidentally falls into the volcano just as Alex and Zuba destroy the dam blocking the river, thus leading Julien to believe that his plan to give a sacrifice to bring back the water was successful.

At one point, stuffed "Mort" dolls became very popular, and out of jealousy Julien throws them into the skunk habitat. In the episode, King Julien also reveals that the only reason he allows Mort to stay with them is so he can express his dislike for Mort in front of him, and keep himself entertained.

After being turned back into his regular self, Mort expresses that he is happy with who he is. Despite the fact that Mort is often treated poorly by King Julien, the other characters show concern for him as Maurice tries to if with limited success save Mort when he may be in danger to be King Julien's biggest concern, and Skipper, who refers to Mort as "sad-eyes", dived in the way of the mutant rat overlord to save Mort.

In the episode "Otter Woman", all the boys are attracted to Marlene because her fur turned white. Mort tries the same thing in the end of the episode, without success.

Mort returned in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. Things he does in it involve vomiting on Alex's birthday cake, helping Alex defeat Dubois early on in the film, being part of the flying Afro Circus with the other lemurs, and tranquilizing Dubois with knockout darts.

Mason and Phil are two sophisticated common chimpanzees at the Central Park Zoo, who prefer to drink cups of coffee and "read" the newspaper in the morning.

Mason speaks with a stereotypical British accent ; Phil, by contrast, doesn't speak at all and communicates entirely through American Sign Language , though whether he is actually deaf is unknown.

Both escape the zoo after Gloria breaks through its outer wall; Mason mentions Tom Wolfe giving a lecture, and they plan to attend to "throw poo at him.

In Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , the chimps call upon chimpanzees living in Africa to help rebuild the wrecked plane that was supposed to fly them back to New York.

In The Penguins of Madagascar , Mason and Phil are supporting characters in the series, and are shown to be annoyed by Julien's partying.

They attempt to rid him of his ways by tricking Julien into thinking a solar eclipse was a sign that the "sky spirits" disapproved of his behavior.

Phil may be the most temperamental or "potty mouthed" of the two, as after being told there is no checkmate in checkers, he makes several signs which Mason responds with "You groom your mother with those hands?!

An instance of this is when the zoo occupants were ordered to make a cake for King Julien, and Mason mistakes "booger" for "sugar".

This does not mean that Phil is unable to communicate well, even though he is unable to truly speak, he was still able to win over the heart of Lulu, a female chimp visiting from the Hoboken Zoo in New Jersey for a weekend, While Lulu did appear in a later episode where the penguins ended up accidentally finding themselves in the Hoboken Zoo, it is unknown if she keeps in touch with Phil.

McGrath explained that originally their "first scene was just deciphering the code on the shipping label".

They wanted gestures to be "really frenetic", and "she signed out, 'Tell the tiny pea-brained birds that the sign reads: Ship to They make a cameo appearance on a newspaper in Turbo.

The animals of Circus Zaragoza are trained circus performers that Alex's group had met while on the run from Chantel DuBois. Among the animals of Circus Zaragoza are:.

Vitaly is a muscular Siberian tiger with a Russian accent who leads a traveling circus in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted.

The tough Vitaly once jumped through flaming rings of fire to excite crowds, constantly pushing himself to the limit by jumping through smaller and smaller rings that seemed impossible for his size while lubricating himself with olive oil.

But after losing his confidence and more than a few of his hairs on one fateful attempt which involved a flaming ring that would only fit on the smallest finger due to the olive oil being flammable , he also lost his passion and his act partially.

When Alex and his friends plead with the circus to let them escape on their train, Vitaly is the most resistant, only to be overruled by Gia.

When the zoo animals purchase the circus, Vitaly remains the most hostile to their changes to the business, even as the rest of the crew becomes inspired.

In London, Vitaly decides to give up and prepares to leave just before the circus' critical performance. Alex confronts Vitaly and reminds the tiger of his love of performing and while suggesting he uses hair conditioner as a safer lubricant before regaining his courage to jump through the tiny flaming hoop.

As a result, Vitaly's stunt is performed perfectly to open the successful show. With that, a profoundly heartened Vitaly becomes a fast friend of Alex.

Even after the zoo animals are exposed and estranged from the circus, Vitaly is the first to support Gia's proposal to rescue their new friends from the zoo and plays a key role in that operation.

Gia is a jaguar with an Italian accent who is part of the traveling circus in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. She wears a blue woven floral necklace , has gold eyes and has heart-shaped palms.

She is Alex's love interest who is always on the lookout to discover something new and gets her chance when she convinces a reluctant Alex to teach her the trapeze — "Circus Americano" style.

Her only role in the circus before Alex, Marty, Melman and Gloria came around was doing normal cat tricks sitting, standing, rolling over , but when Alex teaches her trapeze, she performs with him and they move closer.

Later on, she and the other circus animals save Alex and the gang from Dubois. Stefano is a sea lion with an Italian accent and curly whiskers. He is part of the traveling circus in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted and is a happy, fun-loving Italian sea lion who always looks on the brighter side of things.

A true entertainer at heart, he is up for any challenge to save the circus, even convincing Alex that the show must go on.

Sonya is the traveling circus' most ferocious, yet playful Eurasian brown bear who appears in Madagascar 3: Europe's Most Wanted. Her tricycle riding act is only topped by her ridiculous tutu.

But her biggest trick of all will be casting a spell on King Julien, who is instantly smitten with her. Strangely, she does not talk in English nor is as anthropomorphic like most of the other characters, but Julien can understand what she is saying when she growls the way she communicates instead.

However, she might have human intelligence. While they are in Rome , she and Julien travel to Vatican City where they steal the Pope 's ring after Julien pretends to kiss it and uses it to buy her a Ducati motorbike after they fall down a set of stairs and destroy her tricycle, which she uses in her performance in London.

They are white Andalusian Mares with Spanish accents who like Marty and are part of the circus. All their names start with "E" and end with "A".

When Alex's group improved the Circus Zaragoza, the Andalusian Triplets bounced on the trampolines during their act while wearing butterfly wings on their outfits.

They tend to fight and argue with each other and they hate being called cute and cuddly. Only the first three are credited. Their names are revealed in the DVD commentary as well as the fact that they are German.

According to Tom McGrath, they are very nice and great to work with. They remain silent in the film due to the fact that their possible dialogue was cut from the film.

He first appeared in " The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper " where he was sad due to be alone during Christmas. This caused Private to want to give him a present.

When Skipper denied him his request, Private snuck out into the city to find Ted a gift only to be kidnapped by Nana.

After getting Private back, the other penguins decided to invite Ted to their Christmas party where the polar bear had invited the rest of the Zoo as the animals present sing their rendition of "Jingle Bells.

In the series, he mainly appears as a background zoo animal. He did play a small role in the episode "P. Zuba voiced by Bernie Mac in the film, Dan White in the video game is a lion who is Alex's father and the alpha lion of the pride in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa.

He was first seen as the Alpha Lion of a pride in the reserve where Alex was born. At first, he thinks that Alex has returned to take over, but his wife notices that they both have the same birthmark and realizes that Alex is their son.

Zuba is a proud father, but he is somewhat confused as to why his son is interested in dancing. After many events in the movie including Alex failing the rite of passage and shaming his family, Zuba finally accepts Alex.

The film was dedicated to Mac's memory. Florrie, unlike Zuba, accepts Alex for what he is. She is not disturbed at all by the fact that Alex prefers to dance instead of fight.

Due to this, she acts as the voice of reason and tries to encourage Zuba that it is better that Alex came back to them, dancer or not, as a king.

Florrie is never addressed by her name in the film and in the movie's end credits, she is credited as "Mom". It is presumably in the novelization that her name is revealed.

Moto Moto voiced by will. In Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , he courts and romantically pursues Gloria. However, eventually, Gloria realizes that Moto Moto only loves her because of her extreme obesity.

She accepts this at first, but then Melman tells her everything he likes about her and tells Moto Moto to treat her right.

This causes Gloria to break up with the hippo, and his last appearance is when he's looking for water only to find a bunch of jewels. The scene where the female hippos tell Gloria that Moto Moto likes her has become an internet meme.

An unnamed female Okapi voiced by Taraji P. Henson appears in Madly Madagascar , whom Marty finds himself in love with.

She is not interested until he uses a love potion on himself, causing her and all the other female animals to begin pampering him.

She and the other animals lose interest in him after he jumps into a lake to hide from them due to becoming overwhelmed by the pampering , causing the potion to wash off.

North Wind is an Arctic elite undercover interspecies task force that is dedicated to helping animals that can't help themselves. They worked with the Penguins in order to thwart the plans of the villain Dave aka Dr.

Octavius Brine. Among the members of North Wind are:. Classified voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch is a courageous yet slightly arrogant British wolf and the team leader of North Wind.

Skipper calls him Classified, who states his name isn't really "Classified". His name is classified as in "top secret" because he is the leader of the team.

He is the North Wind's counterpart of Skipper. Short Fuse voiced by Ken Jeong is a Belgian harp seal. He is the North Wind's explosive and demolitions expert.

He is the North Wind's counterpart of Rico. Kowalski has a crush on her. Coincidentally, she is the North Wind's counterpart of Kowalski. He seems to like penguins and he freaks out when other penguins are taken.

He is the North Wind's counterpart of Private loosely, as he's also able to fight well, but shows affection at a great level, like Private.

Nana voiced by Elisa Gabrielli in the films, Marion Ross in the second video game is an elderly lady with a Yiddish accent and the archenemy of Alex the lion.

Nana's personality changes over her appearances. Initially, she appears as a very aggressive old lady with incredible martial arts skills. In The Madagascar Penguins in a Christmas Caper , she is shown to be aggressive with anyone, no matter how courteous people are with her.

But in Madagascar: Escape 2 Africa , she appears to be kinder than before, even leading the New Yorkers when she notices that they are in panic, only being aggressive with wild animals; which she sees as no different from domestic animals.

She is also shown to be a soft and grandmotherly figure to the New Yorkers. For example, when a man helps her find her handbag, she says, "Such a good boy.

Nana can't survive without it. Nana seems to be incredibly resistant to injury, as she was able to have another fight with Alex right after being tugged out of the back of a speeding tour jeep as well as being thrown through the windshield a second time by the penguins, who reversed over her in the jeep after noticing that she did not die.

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