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What the hell are you starin' at?!
~ Duckman's catchphrase.
Hommina hommina how wah!
~ Duckman's catchphrase.
~ Duckman's trademark scream.

Eric Tiberius Duckman (also known as Duckman) is the titular main protagonist of the TV show with the same name Duckman.

He was voiced by Jason Alexander.


The titular character is portrayed as a lazy, incompetent, self-serving, morally unscrupulous, sexual deviant. Despite this, one of the hallmarks of the series are the insightful but politically incorrect rants regarding the hypocrisies of society, such as political correctness, women's rights, the movie industry, and life in general.

He is a widower; when his wife Beatrice died, she left their house to her sister Bernice, so as to ensure some sort of stable environment for her and Duckman's three children: Ajax, Charles and Mambo. Though frequently taking his children for granted, Duckman honestly loves and cares for them. He graduated high school in 1971, and is also a graduate of Don Galloway Detective School and has a detective license from Panama signed by Manuel Noriega.

Duckman is an Aries, born April 18. Duckman wears glasses which contain his eyes. They can be removed like normal glasses, taking his eyes with them. His glasses stay up, even though he has no ears (something that Cornfed once observed with fascination). Duckman often uses his catch phrases, "What the hell are you staring at?", "Hommina hommina how wah", "Whatever" (whenever right by his kids) and his trademark scream of "D'wah!" He is the only main character not to wear clothes.



  • His most known villainous acts are murdering and abusing his two living stuffed bear assistants Fluffy and Uranus (who are immortal).

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