How Old is Candy Cat from Peppa Pig?

Candy Cat is a four-year-old Orange fur female cat who is a minor character in the Peppa Pig animated television series. The character, which is reported to not like to go close to sharp objects, is a friend to Peppa Pig, the main character on the show that started airing in 2004. Candy Cat and Peppa Pig often attend the same playground together, along with other friends.

Candy Cat is the daughter of Daddy Cat and Mummy Cat. She often wears a turquoise dress and black shoes and sometimes wears a yellow dress as well. The cartoon character voiced by several cast is attributed to being kind and friendly and has her best friend as Emily the Elephant, another character in the TV animated series. Candy Cat’s favorite color is green and loves to drink milk and eat fish.

Summary of Candy Cat’s Bio

  • Full Name: Candy Cat
  • Gender: Female
  • Candy Cat’s Parents: Daddy Cat and Mummy Cat
  • Famous for: Character for the TV show Peppa Pig

What age is Candy Cat?

Candy Cat is four years old, the same age grade as the other children in the show who come to the playground to play. Their ages are basically between 3 and 4 years old. The children’s show is a big success and has gone as far as releasing 7 seasons and it is reported that it has been renewed for an additional 104 episodes.

The character of Candy Cat became a subject of scrutiny after reports began to question the character of the Fuzzy Cat linking it to an older show like the ‘Candy Stalker’. Notwithstanding, Candy Cat has interesting facts about her in the children’s series that made her a fan favorite for many kids.

The Orange fur cat has a talent for skipping, as is seen in the episode ‘Talent Day’, and she also enjoys dressing up where she dresses up as a witch at Peppa’s fancy dress party. The Cat makes the ‘meow’ sound like normal cats do in several episodes of the show and her home is never shown in the show, unlike Peppa Pig.

What is the Truth About Candy Cat?

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image source Candy Cat

The Truth About Candy Cat is a spin-off of the Peppa Pig children’s series tv show. The show is typically a spoof of the character of Candy Cat which focuses basically on her finding out the truth about herself, her family, and her life.

According to many unverified sources, Candy Cat was furious with her mother Mummy Cat when she found out that her real father is Daddy Pig, who was still married to Mummy Pig at that time. One revealing fact about Candy Cat in this spin-off was her coming out as gay in the second episode.

Yet another unverified revelation about Candy Cat is stated that she is a 40-year-old man who is stuck in the body of a 7-year-old girl. This account describes Candy Cat as capable of committing murder and being responsible for the absence of Gerald Giraffe from the remainder of the show’s episodes.

Regardless of the above information, there is no verified information if there really is a spin-off of Peppa Pig titled Candy Cat which focuses primarily on the Character of the same name.

The Character has been voiced by Six Different Actors since its Debut

Candy Cat’s debut in Peppa Pig was on the 6th episode of the maiden season of the show titled ‘Playground’. The episode which aired on the 6th of June 2004 saw her and the other children characters at the playground laughing at Peppa Pig for being stuck on the climbing frame. Candy Cat did not mutter a word in this episode, but she however made the cat sound meow while going down the slide.

The events that followed will see the orange fur character go on to appear in 65 of the show’s total 366 episodes so far and still counting. Candy Cat is not one of the main characters in the show which tells why she had limited appearances, however, the fuzzy cat has many interesting facts about her that makes the show scintillating whenever she appears.

Over the years, the character has been voiced by several actors from the 6th episode when it first appeared on the show. The current voice behind the character is played by Tallulah Conabeare, other actors that have voiced the orange cat character include; Maddison Turner, Zara Siddiqi, Heather Jane Rolff, Emma Emrich, and Daisy Rudd.

Tallulah Conabeare 2019-Present day

Tallulah Conabeare
image source Tallulah Conabeare is the current voice to Candy Cat

As earlier stated, Tallulah Conabeare is the current voice behind the Candy cat character, she has so far done 20 episodes to her credit. Tallulah is an actress and voice-over artist who is popular for playing Princess Belle Mirror in the TV series of the same name. Aside from being the voice of Candy Cat, Tallulah has also appeared in TV series such as The Great and The Outlaws.

She has also done many adverts which include Natwest which she is famous for. The British kid actress is born on the 24th of February 2010, her parents are living a quiet life, but it is reported that they are parents are positively glad of her prosperity and accomplishments at her youthful age. The voice behind Candy Cat has a younger brother named Wilbur Conabeare, who is also in the line of acting as well.

Madison Turner and Zara Siddiqi have a Combination of 12 Episodes to their Name

Madison Turner’s most famous work as an actress is playing the voice of Candy Cat. Be that as it may, another work she has to her name is My First Cinema Experience 2007. Turner was the voice for Candy in 2016 only, and during that period she only appeared in 2 episodes. Turner lives a quiet life as no information is available at the moment of recent activities.

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image source Madison Turner voiced Candy Cat in 2016

Zara Siddiqi has 10 episode appearances for Candy Cat credited to her name. She was the voice for the fish-eating loving cat from 2009 to 2011. Zara is also an actress and is famous for her minor role in the 2010 horror-thriller Devil’s Playground and 2009’s Ben & Holly’s Little Kingdom.

Heather Jane Rolff and Emma Emrich were Involved in the Show from 2006 to 2007

Heather Jane Rolff and Emma Emrich were both contacted to do the voicing for the orange fuzzy cat at the same period of time. However, while Emma Emrich was to voice the original version which was done using a British cast and made specifically for the British audience, Heather Jane did the voicing for the United State version. Within those periods, Emma Emrich appeared in 17 episodes and Heather Jane had 6.

Heather Jane Rolff is best known for her role in the 2013 musical movie Shrek the musical, and 2014’s The Best Man in the Dark. Emma Emrich on the other hand is an actress who does voicing basically for games and animations. She is best known for her roles in Godfall (2020), Halo Infinite (2021), and BioShock Infinite (2013).

Daisy Rudd was the First Voice behind the Candy Cat Character

Daisy Rudd is a British actress who is mostly famous for her roles in the Peppa Pig series and its spin-off titled Peppa Pig: Flying a Kite and other stories. Daisy was involved in the show for a period of two years starting from 2004 to 2006. While at it, she was able to appear in 10 episodes.

Who is Candy Cat’s Dad?

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image source LR Candy Cat, Daddy Cat and Mummy Cat

Candy Cat got her fish-eating qualities from her father Daddy Cat. Daddy Cat is the husband of Mummy Cat and is a minor character also in the Peppa Pig’s children’s animated TV series. Daddy Cat first appeared in the series 31st episode of the 4th season titled ‘The Aquarium’.

Daddy Cat is voiced by John Sparkes who was also the voice behind the show’s narrator and is portrayed with a dull dark orange fur or dark brown fur, unlike his daughter and wife who are portrayed with orange furs. He has white whiskers and a hairy face, a brown mouth, and a dark brown, almost dark triangle-shaped nose.

The male father figure cat wears a dark pastel blue shirt and a pair of black shoes. Daddy Cat has the record for the TV show least appearance of all the father figures in Peppa Pig episodes and is used more for background characters rather than playing main roles. Nothing much is revealed about Daddy Cat, however, his favorite quote is ‘We like fish’.

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