The fattest fathers of TV

1. Hal Wilkerson
At Malcolm in the Middle we got to meet Hal, played by Bryan Cranston, a dreamy and somewhat childish dad. He suffers from obsessive-compulsive disorder and has constant problems with his absurd goals and ridiculous manias. In fact, every problem, no matter how irrelevant, turns it into a disaster … who has not laughed at the confusion it causes? Still, Hal is a responsible guy and always ready to help.

2. Homer Simpson
Without a doubt, on animated television, Homer Simpson is one of the most famous dads (if not the most). tProtagonist of the series The Simpsons, Homer Simpson is the one who takes the money home, but neglects housework for leisure. He is carefree about life, yet funny, silly, and good-natured. He just goes to the pub with his friends, drinks beer, watches television, and attends a baseball game.

3. Walter White
Walter White (starring Bryan Cranston), the protagonist of Breaking Bad, has earned a place in the minds of fans for his strong personality. After learning that he had cancer, this chemistry teacher decides to enter the world of drug marketing and thus be able to support his wife and son, who suffers from cerebral palsy.

4. Ludovico P. Luche The Blue Cross, the party with friends and Lorena Herrera are the main weaknesses of the patriarch of the P. Luche family. Your headache? His wife, Federica. It is Ludovico P. Luche, played by Eugenio Derbez, a man of little luck and no success. Always looked down upon by Federica and her family. Father of three: Bibi, his “weird” daughter; Ludoviquito, a spoiled child; and Jr. the adopted. Without a doubt, Ludovico P. Luche is one of the most beloved parents on Mexican television.

5. Peter Griffin
Petter, patriarch of the Griffin family, is an irreverent man. He is of Irish descent and lives in the fictional town of Rhode Island, with his wife Lois and their three children: Meg, Chris and Stewie, the one with the oval head. He is an upper-middle class man who must work hard to get money and provide what is necessary for his family. Petter Griffin is the protagonist of the animated series “Family Guy.”

6. Peter Flintstone
Yabadabadú! Well groomed and with his peculiar blue tie, Pedro Flintstone became an icon of animated television of the 70’s thanks to The Flintstones. Always in trouble, but doing everything to give a good life to his wife Vilma and daughter Pebbles. How can we forget Mr. Rajuela, his boss in the quarry where he works; or his pet Dino, a purple dinosaur who was the most mischievous. And how can he not remember, also, his inseparable friend Pablo Mármol.

7. César Costa In the late 80s and early 90s, César Costa was the favorite dad on Mexican television thanks to the series Papa soltero. He played César Costa, a former rock singer and television producer who, after his wife dies, takes care of his three children: Miguel, Alejandra and Cesarín, whom he must guide on the right path. He is a guy with a reputation as a conquering heartthrob, but always responsible for the education of his offspring.

8. Rick Grimes
How does a father act in the face of a zombie apocalypse? Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln), protagonist of ‘The Walking Dead’, goes out of his way for the welfare of his son Carl and protects him at all costs, to the point of killing people who try to hurt those he loves most.
In addition to defending his son Carl at all costs, Grimes also tries to protect the life of his wife Lori Grimes (although she later dies) and their little Judith.

9. Maxwell Sheffield A true television hunk of the 90s (The Nanny). Maxwell Sheffield, played by actor Charles Shaughnessy, was a Broadway theater producer who, although he was somewhat successful, was frustrated at not having agreed to produce the show Cats, which was a resounding success at the hands of his enemy Andrew Lloyd. After the death of his wife, Mr. Maxwell finds it necessary to hire a nanny, Fran Fine, to take care of his three children, Maggie, Brighton and Gracie.

10.Down Stark

The HBO super series “Game of Thrones” has enchanted millions of viewers and the one who stood out very well in its first season was Ned Stark. Actor Sean Bean made Ned leave an indelible mark on the story based on the book A Song of Ice and Fire by George RR Martin. Called the Lord of Winterfell, Ned is an honorable, loyal man who tries to act according to his moral code.


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