King Tut was a minor antagonist in Mr. Peabody and SHerman. He is inspired by the real King Tutuankahmen or King Tut in the Egyptian history. Like his real life counterpart, he is the child pharoh of Egypt and the famous of all time. In the movie, he is also Sherman's rival for Penny's affections. He has tan skin, a blue Egyptian crown, a white sash like loincloth and he wears sandals; he is voiced by Zachary Callison.
King Tut first appears when Peabody is about to take Penny home from ancient Egypt, but he intervenes. It is also revealed that Penny is Tut's girlfriend and they are to be married the next day (though Penny intends to steal Tut's money and throne when he is killed at the wedding). But when Penny found out when King Tut is killed, she will be murdered too and turned into a mummy. Penny tries to leave, but Tut intends to keep Penny all to himself (being a cruel and barbaric era). When Peabody and Sherman save Penny, he and his evil servant, Ay plan to get Penny back by any means necessary. But Peabody, Sherman, and Penny escape.
But, when Penny and Sherman cause a rip hole in the space-time continum, he arrives in the present and lands on a windsheild. To Sherman's anger, he wipes him away.
He is set to debut in "MCF: A Twist in Time...Traveling" where he and the others return to Egypt and encounter him.
- This is the second voice work that Zachary Callison worked togethr with Ariel Winter; in Sofia the First, he was Prince James.
- In real life, Tut died when he was 15, but his estimated death age wasn't specified.
- MCF: A Twist in Time...Traveling(Debut; upcoming)