Tony the Tiger
Brand: Kellogg's Frosted Flakes/Frosties, Tiger Power, Tony's Cinnamon Krunchers
Nationality: United States
Years active: 1951-present
Designer(s): Eugene Kolkey
Studio of origin: Leo Burnett
Voiced by: Dallas McKennon (1951-1953), Thurl Ravenscroft (1953-2005), Lee Marshall (2006-2014), Tom Clarke-Hill (United Kingdom), Tony Daniels (Canada)
Quote: "They're grrreat!"
Appearance and age
Species: Tiger
Hair color: Orange, black, and white
Eye color: Yellow and black, or white and black
Personal information
Enemies: Antoinette (daughter)
Interests: Frosted Flakes, sports, sportiness, fitness, toughness, bravery, performance, hating his daughter Antoinette, Antoinette's punishment days, bullying his daughter Antoinette, grounding his daughter Antoinette
Disinterests: Underperformance, unfitness, cowardice, loving his daughter Antoinette, ungrounding his daughter Antoinette
Parents: Mother Tony (mother)
Grandparents: Grandma Tony (grandmother)
Spouse(s): Mrs. Tony (wife)
Children: Tony Jr. (son), Antoinette (daughter)

Tony the Tiger is the advertising mascot of Kellogg’s Frosties, which is a breakfast cereal. In the USA, the cereal is known as Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes. Tony the Tiger was introduced in 1951 and was created by Eugene Kolkey and Leo Burnett. Tony’s catchphrase is "They're grrreat!", coined by the late Thurl Ravenscroft, his original voice, from 1953 until his death in 2005.

Appearance Edit

Tony is an anthropomorphic tiger of muscular build. He wears a red neckerchief with his name written on it. His eyes have been shown as either white or yellow, but the pupils have always been black.

The original Tony had a round face, no muscles, and a gingham-pattern neckerchief with no name on it. Today's Tony began to take form in the 1970s.

Marketing Edit

Tony has been advertising Frosties since 1951. That year, he advertised Frosties with radio and TV personalities of the time.

Tony The Tiger is the mascot of Kellogg’s Frosted Flakes

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