Cindy Bear

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Cindy Bear
Cindy Bear.png
Species Bear
Gender Female
Member of Yogi Yahooeys[Note 1]
L.A.F. Squad[Note 2]
Affiliation Yogi Bear
Boo Boo Bear
Ranger Smith
Yogi's Treasure Hunters[Note 3]
Occupation Hospital doctor[Note 4]
Scientist[Note 5]
Works for Jellystone Hospital[Note 6]
Mother Mrs. Bear
Marital status Single[Note 7][1]
Son(s) Little Yogi Bear[Note 8][1]
First appearance YB: "Acrobatty Yogi" (1961)
Played by Julie Bennett (1961-1988)
Janet Waldo (1980)
Kath Soucie (1991-1992)
Mary Ellen Thomas (1999)
Grace Helbig (2021-present)
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Cindy's early design.
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Yo, Yogi!
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Cindy Bear is a talking anthropomorphic bear and Yogi Bear's love interest in the Yogi Bear animated franchise. Her voice was originated by Julie Bennett.

Character description

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In Max's reboot series Jellystone!, Cindy works as a doctor at Jellystone Hospital, alongside Yogi and Boo Boo. She no longer has a southern accent and isn't madly in love with Yogi.


TV series






Debut Series

Crossover Era

It's Yogi's Gang!


This is going to be Yogi's First Christmas!

Funtastic Treasure Hunt

Yo, Yogi!

Harvey Will Take the Case

In "Droopy Botox," she is waiting in line to get a plastic surgery coupon from Phil Ken Sebben.

Everyone's Back in Jellystone!

Cindy in the Funny Books

Flintstones visit New York World's Fair



Main article: Cindy Bear/Gallery

In popular culture

  • In "Episode Seven" (series 2) of the BBC Radio 4 radio sketch program Dead Ringers, Yogi and his nephew (yes, nephew) Boo Boo are guests on The Jerry Springer Show, as Yogi wants to confess that he has been having an affair with Ranger Smith (and I thought the nephew relation was bad enough). Boo Boo doesn't like this and is concerned for Yogi's girlfriend, Cindy. But Yogi feels powerless against Ranger Smith's "picnic basket," and calls Cindy a "trailer trash hoe." Boo Boo can't hear anymore and responds with, "Talk to the paw, cos the face ain't listening!" As Yogi and Boo Boo bicker, Jerry closes the show with his "Final Thoughts," that if you go into the woods be careful because you'll be in for a big surprise.


  1. ^ in Laff-A-Lympics.
  2. ^ In Yo, Yogi!
  3. ^ In Yogi's Treasure Hunt.
  4. ^ In Jellystone!
  5. ^ In Jellystone!
  6. ^ In Jellystone!
  7. ^ Dream wife to Yogi Bear in The New Yogi Bear Show (1988).
  8. ^ In The New Yogi Bear Show (1988).


  1. ^ a b Yogi Bear: "Bringing Up Yogi," season 5, episode 38 (1888).