Goofy is known by his first name, but his full name is actually "Goofy Goof." He's the only Disney character with both a first and last name.
Pinto Colvig was the original voice behind Goofy, providing his iconic laugh and distinctive voice. Later, the role was taken over by Hal Smith and then Tony Pope.
Goofy made his first appearance in 1932 in a cartoon called "Mickey's Revue." Over the years, his character has evolved from a generic dog to a more anthropomorphic and unique personality.
In some cartoons and comics, Goofy has a romantic interest named Clarabelle Cow. Their relationship has been featured in various storylines over the years.
Goofy is often seen as Disney's "everyman" character. He represents the common person and is relatable due to his clumsiness, good-hearted nature, and the everyday challenges he faces, making him endearing to audiences of all ages.