Mr. Bean was revived in a 2002 animated cartoon series, again featuring little dialogue, with most being either little soundbites or mumbling.
The series, which consist of 26 episodes (with 2 segments each), expanded the number of additional characters, featuring Mr. Bean’s unpleasant landlady, Mrs. Wicket and her evil one-eyed cat, Scrapper. Rowan Atkinson provided the voice for Bean, and all of the animated Bean actions are taken from Atkinson himself. Other characters’ voices are provided by Jon Glover
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, Rupert Degas
– Early life:Degas was born in London, the son of screenwriter Brian Degas and television presenter Maggie Clews, whose marriage ended in divorce when he was eight. He spent his childhood living between London, New York, Menorca and Barcelona, during which time he attended several schools including…
, Gary Martin
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and Lorelei King
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The cartoon series is notable for following up on the “alien” origin theory for the character, with its final episode revealing a race of identical Beans who come to retrieve their lost friend, only to have him opt to stay on Earth with his girlfriend.