The Greatest Rabbit Characters Of All Time

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Vote up your favorite fictional rabbit characters.

This list captures the most famous rabbits of all time, featuring bunny characters you know from movies, television, video games, and more. Of course, your favorite TV cartoon rabbits are included, but it doesn't only feature animated characters that talk. If your favorite fictional rabbit is missing, make like one and multiply! In other words, just add it to the list so that other people can vote for for it, too!

One of the newest rabbit characters is Officer Judy Hopps from Disney's Zootopia, which won an Oscar for Best Animated Feature. Voiced by Ginnifer Goodwin, the optimistic and brave bunny will return for the Zootopia 2 sequel. Other cute rabbit characters include Bugs Bunny and Thumper. 

The list you're viewing is made up of a variety of different characters, such as Roger Rabbit, from the 1988 movie Who Framed Roger Rabbit, along with arguably the most famous rabbit cartoon star of all time, Bugs Bunny. Who is the No. 1 most famous bunny that people just can't get enough of? Scroll down and find out who the masses voted for.

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  • Bugs Bunny
    Looney Tunes
    1,803 votes

    Arguably the most famous rabbit in the world, Bugs Bunny stole our hearts with his wit, charm, and signature catchphrase, "Eh, what's up, Doc?" While his antics often involve outsmarting Elmer Fudd and other antagonists, it's his quick thinking and unflappable confidence that truly set him apart from other rabbit characters. Mixing a vintage sense of humor with a timeless appeal, it's no wonder this iconic Warner Bros. character continues to entertain audiences of all ages.

  • Officer Judy Hopps

    Officer Judy Hopps

    1,638 votes

    Appearing in Walt Disney Animation Studios' Zootopia, Officer Judy Hopps represents determination and resilience as the first rabbit police officer in the titular city. Judy shattered stereotypes and endured ridicule while pursuing her dreams, inspiring viewers to believe in themselves and overcome obstacles. Her drive for justice coupled with her kind nature solidifies her position among the pantheon of beloved rabbit characters.

  • Thumper
    1,165 votes

    Every Disney fan knows and adores Thumper, the adorable and mischievous rabbit who taught us the invaluable lesson "If you can't say something nice, don't say nothin' at all." As Bambi's best friend, Thumper's heartfelt advice and unwavering loyalty make him a memorable character and a reminder of the power of friendship. This cute little rabbit's impact on popular culture is undoubtedly significant and everlasting.

  • Lola Bunny
    Looney Tunes
    1,207 votes

    Lola Bunny, Bugs Bunny's spunky and athletic counterpart, made her debut in the 1996 classic Space Jam. As a skilled basketball player, Lola defies gender norms and empowers young female viewers. Her confidence, talent, and enviable style make Lola an unforgettable and inspiring rabbit character.

  • Rabbit
    Winnie the Pooh
    887 votes

    A central figure in the beloved Winnie the Pooh series, Rabbit provides a voice of reason and serves as a grounding force among the whimsical characters in the Hundred Acre Wood. Known for his meticulousness and affinity for gardening, Rabbit teaches the importance of responsibility and hard work. His complex personality and sometimes irritable nature make him relatable, earning him a spot among the greatest rabbit characters.

  • Roger Rabbit
    Who Framed Roger Rabbit
    1,063 votes

    Who could forget the zany and lovable Roger Rabbit from the groundbreaking 1988 film, Who Framed Roger Rabbit? With his comedic timing, elastic expressions, and undying love for his wife, Jessica Rabbit, he captured our hearts and imaginations. Roger's captivating humor combined with his enthralling universe, where cartoons and humans coexist, ensures his lasting legacy as a cherished rabbit character.