|Family:||Le Frog (cousin)|
Prince Charles (former owner)
|Voiced by:||Ian McKellen|
Of all the pets in Buckingham Palace, Young Prince Charles loved the Toad more and became extremely attached to him. They would frolic day-after-sunny-day, sharing the relationship between boy and toad. However, when Charles got a new pet rat, he and the Toad were separated.
One day, at a play, as Charles was playing with the rat, one of the guards found the Toad backstage and flushed him down the toilet (which the Toad calls a "whirlpool of despair").
Since then, the Toad hates all rodents. The Toad's deep hatred for rats motivates his evil plan for the sewer: Wash away the rats in a Great Flood and repopulate the sewer with an army of his tadpole offspring.
In Flushed Away
The Toad is an evil, mean, pompous, treacherous, greedy, selfish, short-tempered, easily frustrated, and aristocratic amphibian.
The Toad is an obese green toad who wears a purple tuxedo, a pink shirt, a yellow tie (sometimes with a big tan wool jacket over his suit), and brown old shoes. He usually wears a very chic robe with purple pants and red slippers (similar to his shoes).
- The Toad is somewhat similar to Professor Ratigan from The Great Mouse Detective.
- The Toad is voiced by Ian McKellen while Roddy is voiced by Hugh Jackman in the film, which is an allusion to the X-Men films, implying that Jackman and McKellen portrayed Magneto and Wolverine and Wolverine's classic costume cameos in the film as one of the clothes in Roddy's wardrobe.
Languages w/Voice Actors
English (US)-Ian McKellen
English (UK)-Ian McKellen
French (France)-Guy Nadon
Portuguese (Portugal)-Jose Santa Cruz
Spanish (Spain)-Ruben Moya