Goofy Goof
Vital statistics
Title {{{title}}}
Gender Male
Full Name Goofy Goof
Race Slender black dog
Family Max Goof (son)
Voice Actor Bill Farmer
Appearances Goof Troop
A Goofy Movie
An Extremely Goofy Movie
Status Alive
Location Spoonerville
Goofy Goof (voiced by Bill Farmer) is the single father of Max Goof. This is mentioned briefly in one episode, where it's said that Max's mother is "up there amongst the stars". It is a direct implication that she died in an undisclosed time. He and his son, Max, move next door to the Pete's from their trailer home in the city. Goofy's biggest weaknesses are his short attention span, scatterbrain, and clumsiness. He often drives his neighbor Pete up the wall. Goofy is very calm, lovable, and many times will turn the other cheek when Pete insults him (or just doesn't realize he's been insulted), though occasionally, he does get angry and gets back at him when the offense goes too far. He is very forgiving, and still considers Pete to be a friend no matter how often Pete is mean to him.


The 1990s animated show Goof Troop featured Goofy in a slightly different setting than his classic depiction. In the show, Goofy is a single father to a young son, Max, with whom Goofy shares a loving relationship. In the pilot episode, the two move into a home next door to Pete, who is often annoyed with Goofy, much to the ignorance of the latter.

Goofy's depiction in the series often balanced his typically goofy antics, with his goal of being a good father to Max. In order to teach Max lessons, Goofy would often tell stories of past Goof ancestors. At times, some of Goofy's own past was revealed, though it should be noted that this history seems to have only been referenced only in the show itself. The town of Spoonerville, where they lived, was Goofy's hometown. He grew up with Pete, believing him to be a friend, though Pete was sometimes more antagonistic.