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  • Cindy Lou Who
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  • Cindy Lou Who is a character from the Dr. Seuss books. Cindy Lou Who, who was no older than two. She first appears in the acclaimed Christmas parable "How the Grinch Stole Christmas! ".
  • Cindy Lou Who is a sweet, lovely and beautiful young girl from Dr. Seuss's storybook How the Grinch Stole Christmas! and the 2000 film, appearing as the tritagonist. She was a two-year-old Who girl who lives in Whoville and plays a pivotal role in the story in the storybook. In 1966, she was played and voiced by June Foray and in 2000, she was played by Taylor Momsen in the live-action movie of the same name. In 2018, she'll be appearing in the movie remake (18 years since the Jim Carrey film), however it will be computer animated than live action and she'll be voice by Kaitlyn Maher.
  • Performer(s) Appeared in Cindy Lou Who is a character featured in Dr. Seuss's storybook How the Grinch Stole Christmas! and its adaptations. She is a two-year-old Who girl who lives in Whoville and plays a pivotal role in the story.
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Appear
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas!
type of hero
  • Kid Heroine
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Goals
  • To bring The Grinch back to Whoville so he won't be alone anymore, becoming friend with The Grinch and his dog Max, showing everybody about the true meaning of Christmas and to make The Grinch happy again
Origin
  • How the Grinch Stole Christmas
Skills
  • Singing, damsel in distress
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Alias
  • Cindy, Cindy Lou
Hobby
  • None
Performer
  • June Foray
  • Taylor Momsen
Occupation
  • Student
Fullname
  • Cindy Lou Who
Size
  • 250
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  • Performer(s) Appeared in Cindy Lou Who is a character featured in Dr. Seuss's storybook How the Grinch Stole Christmas! and its adaptations. She is a two-year-old Who girl who lives in Whoville and plays a pivotal role in the story. In the original book and the animated adaptation, Cindy Lou Who gets out of bed to go get a drink of water when she finds The Grinch, disguised as Santa Claus, stuffing her family's Christmas tree up the chimney. Mistaking him for Santa, she innocently asks him why he's taking the tree. The Grinch, sensing innocence in the young girl, covers up his theft by fibbing to her, saying that there is a broken light on the tree, and that he is taking it to "his workshop" to fix the problem and then return it on Christmas Day when she wakes up. The Grinch then gets her drink and sends her back to bed, showing the only legitimate kindness he has in his tiny heart. Although this is her only real scene in the original book, Cindy Lou gets a bit more screen time in the animated adaptation, such as in the opening songs and at the end as the Grinch celebrates with the Whos. In the 2000 film version, Cindy Lou is at best eight to ten years old and knows of the Grinch early on in the story thanks to her doing some investigative reporting (her father, never shown in the book or the TV special, is the Whoville Postmaster, or head mailman, who occasionally delivers the papers as well). Unlike the rest of the Whos, Cindy believes there is some good in the Grinch. Augustus May Who, the Mayor of Whoville, angrily accuses her of robbing everyone when the Whos awake to their homes being ransacked by the Grinch during the night in a bid to ruin Christmas for them. However, her name is cleared shortly thereafter, and she later helps the Grinch return every item back to the Whos after sneaking aboard his sleigh.
  • Cindy Lou Who is a character from the Dr. Seuss books. Cindy Lou Who, who was no older than two. She first appears in the acclaimed Christmas parable "How the Grinch Stole Christmas! ".
  • Cindy Lou Who is a sweet, lovely and beautiful young girl from Dr. Seuss's storybook How the Grinch Stole Christmas! and the 2000 film, appearing as the tritagonist. She was a two-year-old Who girl who lives in Whoville and plays a pivotal role in the story in the storybook. In 1966, she was played and voiced by June Foray and in 2000, she was played by Taylor Momsen in the live-action movie of the same name. In 2018, she'll be appearing in the movie remake (18 years since the Jim Carrey film), however it will be computer animated than live action and she'll be voice by Kaitlyn Maher.
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