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October 22, 2021
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The first series inspired by "Mister Rogers Neighborhood," "Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood" features 4-year-old Daniel Tiger, son of the original program's Daniel Striped Tiger. Every day Daniel puts on his red sweater, ties his shoes, and invites a new generation of preschoolers into the Neighborhood of Make-Believe. Daniel shares his daily adventures with pals O the Owl, Katerina Kittycat, Prince Wednesday and Miss Elaina. With the help of Daniel and his friends, preschoolers have fun and learn practical skills necessary for growing and developing.

Country: United States

Type: Scripted

Status: Returning Series

Language: English

Release Date: September 3, 2012

Also Known As: El Vecindario de Daniel Tigre, Der kleine Tiger Daniel |  See more »

Parents Guide: Japan (G), Norway (A) |  See more »


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Company Credits

Production Co: 9 Story Media Group, Fred Rogers Productions |  See more »


Jon Filici
as Baker Aker/Additional Voices
Stacy Porter Smith
as Self
Jordan Snyder
as Children
Alex Medlin
as Children
Oliver Rajas
as Children
Teresa Pavlinek
as Lady Elaine Fairchilde/Henrietta Pussycat/Lady Elaine/Additional Voices/Henrietta Pussyca
Miku Graham
as Dr. Platypus
Alex Merlino
as Children
Nicholas Kaegi
as Prince Wednesday
Nico Dunlap
as Children
Jiaannah Hood
as Children
Mieah Creasy
Jaxon Mercey
as Prince Wednesday/Prince Wedneday
Johnny Mathis
as Prince Tuesday
Tucker Marshall
as Children
Amariah Faulkner
as Katerina Kittycat
Axler Halliburton
as Children
Callum Shoniker
as Prince Wednesday
Teach Greasy
Ginger Kraus
as Ginger
Hailey Abbott
as Nina
Laara Sadiq
as Dr. Anna/Additional Voices
James Marshall
as Children
Luke Sigal
as Children
Elizabeth Marshall
as Children
Jannie Watson
as Additional Voices
Catherine Disher
as Queen Sara Saturday/Additional Voices
Sophia Tondra
as Children
Phineas Pennington
as Children
Derek McGrath
as Mr. McFeely/Additional Voices
Jamie Watson
as King Friday XIII/Additional Voices
Kira Gelineau
as Baby Margaret
Zaynah Smith
as Children
Kalen Smith
as Children
Patti Szabo
as Children
Carlos Diaz
as Additional Voices
Todd Bishop
as Children
Addison Holley
as Miss Elaina
Tommy Lioutas
as Prince Tuesday/Additional Voices
Jeremiah Sparks
as Music Man Stan/Additional Voices/Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood (TV Series) Music Man Stan
Graeme Cornies
as Singing Root Vegetables
Shawn Jackson
as Additional Voice
Heather Bambrick
as Mom Tiger
Keegan Hedley
as Daniel Tiger/Daniel
Devan Cohen
as Daniel Tiger
Stuart Ralston
as O The Owl/O the Owl
Gigi Easly
Matilda Gilbert
as Chrissie
Shawnee Jackson
as Additional Voices
Ella Simpson
as Children
Jenna Weir
as Katerina Kittycat/Katerina Kittyat
Brayden Sims
as Children
Evie Marshall
as Children
Jonathan Burns
as Self - Magician
Erin Deasy
Abigail Navah
as Self
Ted Dykstra
as Dad Tiger
Tucker Easly
Zachary Bloch
as O The Owl/O the Owl
Reina Kuwahara
as Children
Josephine Schomburg
as Children
Shawne Jackson
as Teacher Harriett/Additional Voices/Teacher Harriet
Chiara Brun
as Children
Veronica Gareia
François Klanfer
as Grandpere Tiger/Additional Voices
Jake Beale
as Daniel Tiger
Laaibah Alvi
as Jodi Platypus/Jodi
Isaac Smith
as Self
Kierael Duffy
Luciana Easly
Luca Picher
as Children
Abby Malkin
as Children
Julie Lemieux
as Amira
Gus Passerello-Carnevali
as Children
Ella Sheaffer
as Children
Madison George
as Children
Phineas Harty
as Children
Athena Huber
as Children
Michael Davis
Parker Lauzon
as O The Owl
Zachary Ryan Block
as O the Owl
Tony Daniels
as X the Owl/Additional Voices/Additional Voice
Markeda McKay
as Miss Elaina
Kieran Duffy
as Children
Huse Madhavji
as Mr. Malik
Benjamin Hum
as O the Owl/O The Owl
Gabrielle Navah
as Self

Seasons & Episodes

Season 1

2012 | 40 Episodes

Season 2

2014 | 22 Episodes

Season 3

2016 | 23 Episodes

Season 4
Season 5

2020 | 10 Episodes


Awards & NominationsSee more »

Television Critics Association Awards 2013


Television Critics Association Awards

Outstanding Achievement in Youth Programming

Young Artist Awards 2013


Young Artist Awards

Best Performance in a Voice-Over Role - Television - Young Actress

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