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Harold Hutchins is one of the two main protagonists of the Captain Underpants novel franchise and the movie of the same movie. He is a 10 year old Caucasian blond with a T-Shirt and messy hair. He is best friends with George Beard, and he is a lot more smart and calm than George. He draws the comic books that he and George create. Bubblegum is his favorite food.
In the film, he is voiced by Thomas Middleditch. Also he voiced as Penn Zero from Penn Zero: Part Time Hero.
In the Netflix series, he is voiced by Jay Gragnagi.
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie
Harold is the artist responsible for bringing Captain Underpants to the page.
His job is to illustrate the adventures that his best friend George does.
Harold Hutchins and his best friend, George Beard spend their days creating comic books and making pranks.
Harold Hutchins loves to pull pranks. Harold's other hobbies are skateboarding, watching TV and making comic books with George, which he draws the pictures for.
When his dad left the family when he was 6 years old, he became shy and insecure.
Harold is a blonde Caucasian kid with a large and fluffy hairstyle, a lime green and white striped T-shirt, golden colored shorts, & a pair of light blue rubber loafers, a blue button-up hawaiian shirt with a white floral print, a pair of lime green and blue shutter sunglasses.
He has black eyes just like most of the human characters.