The Average Faces of Mr. and Mrs. Claus


Since the dawn of television, I don’t think there are characters that have been portrayed in more than one way than that of Santa and Mrs. Claus.

average face of Santa

I mean seriously look at it. In the Miracle on 34th Street, Santa is portrayed as a sweet old man. And then you look at our modern Santa who is looking for a wife? Have you seen the movie starring Steve Guttenberg called Single Santa Looking For Love? Yep Santa was in the personals.

Then, of course, you have the animated Santas that as seen in the familiar Christmastime classics, Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer and The Year Without a Santa Claus. (Which by the way is my absolute favorite Christmas movie. Well, that and Frosty the Snowman. I remember my sister Karen used to make us watch this over and over again. Why because the little girl in the story was named Karen.)

Then, of course, there is the Santa that is the hero in the oddly written and filmed animated movie, Nightmare before Christmas.

But I think the most recognized face and character is the Santa Claus portrayed by Tim Allen in The Santa Clause trilogy. I love those movies. In fact, I just spent a whole weekend curled up in watching those while it was pouring rain outside.

Average Face of Mrs. Claus

Now enough about Santa what about the woman behind the man in the red suit, Mrs. Claus. Some movies seem to forget that she even exists. But how can Santa get everything done without some help? I think the best-known face of Mrs. Claus is in the movie Fred Claus.

As you can see the Clauses have been portrayed in many ways and by many people? But their average faces can not only be seen in the movies and on television but in the face of the people, we encounter daily.

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