Mr. Beakman

3rd & Bird Mr Beakman

Mr. Beakman
Speaking voice
Michael Fenton-Stevens
First appearance
Pilot (unaired)
Fly Muffin! (aired)
Last appearance

Mr. Beakman is a major character in 3rd & Bird, a middle-aged toucan. He is voiced by Michael Fenton-Stevens.


Mr. Beakman is the children's instructor, almost never found away from his schoolroom. He is very knowledgeable and often teaches the kids life lessons while not in class. Since his young students are rarely with their parents, he acts as the voice of parental authority in place. He is also a master whistler, one of the only traits of his that the children find "cool." Description

"Samuel’s toucan teacher who likes to show the birds lots of cool things – in one episode he delights in explaining what a mariachi band is, by singing a mariachi style song."


Mr. Beakman is never said to have a true house, and it is assumed that he lives inside his schoolhouse.


Mr. Beakman's feathers are black-and-white, except for an orange patch over each eye. He wears a blue sweater vest with a red bowtie. His feet are blue-coloured.


Mr. Beakman appears in every episode of 3rd & Bird. He first appeared in the unaired pilot (his first official appearance was in Fly Muffin!) and his final appearance was in the series finale, Jamaica! (in which he makes a cameo appearance).



  • On most merchandise, Mr. Beakman's name is spelt as "Mr Beakman" (without the period after "Mr"). It is also spelt this way on CBeebies and Treehouse TV's websites.
Main Characters
SamuelMuffinRudyMr. Beakman
Recurring Characters
Mrs. BillingsleyMissyQuinnMr. LovebirdMrs. LovebirdElliotBaby Jordan
Minor Characters
AntBenBirdsButterflyCowCrabCricketFirefliesFlyFrogsGrand BudgieHawkHummingbirdsJamaican Party GuestsKittenLadybirdMiceOwlPeacock PrinceRabbitSpiderWormsZiggy

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