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Background information
Feature films Beavis and Butt-head Do America
Television programs Beavis and Butt-head
Video games Beavis and Butt-head
Park attractions
Portrayed by
Portrayed by
Voice Mike Judge
Performance model
Honors and awards Razzie Awards:
  • Worst New Star - Along with Butt-head (nominated)
  • Worst Screen Couple - Along with Butt-head (also nominated)
Character information
Full name
Other names Beavis, Rod Munch, and the Great Cornholio.
Personality Stupid, clumsy, pyromaniacal, and immature.
Appearance Slender teen with blonde pompadour hair, gray shorts, and blue Metallica T-shirt.
Occupation Highland High School student
Goal To "score with a chick".
Allies Butt-head, Stewart Stevenson, Daria Morgendorffer (sometimes), Tom Anderson (sometimes), and David Van Driessen.
Enemies Principal McVicker, Coach Buzzcut, Todd Ianuzzi, Harry Sachz, Muddy and Dallas Grimes.
Likes Girls, heavy metal (most likely Metallica), fire, violence, death, destruction, Todd, slacking off, and nachos.
Dislikes Being called a "buttknocker", not "scoring" with girls, Principal McVicker, Stewart, and unviolent television.
Powers and abilities

Beavis is one of the two title protagonists of MTV's animated comedy series, Beavis and Butt-head. He has blonde pompadour hair, a large overbite and nose, a blue Metallica t-shirt, gray shorts, white socks, and black shoes. He is the dumber of the two and has a strange obsession with fire which caused the series to recieve controversies, although Beavis is the more friendly of the duo, but is still a misogynistic jerk. He has an alterego called the Great Cornholio, or Cornholio for short, who keeps asking repeatedly about his "TP for his bunghole". He turns into Cornholio whenever he eats too much sugar and caffeine and when he turns into Cornholio, he pulls his shirt up to his head and holds his arms up.

In other media[]

Beavis, along with Butt-head, appear in several media. They both appear in a few video games, including a game with the same name of the series on the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, Sega Genesis, and the Nintendo Game Boy. They also appeared in Late Night with David Letterman to promote the film Beavis and Butt-head Do America. The duo communicated with him about what the film is, despite their stupidity.