Pennywise the Dancing Clown

Illustrations of Pennywise from Stephen King's 'It' drawn from the side with a balloon and from the front as a monster

Pennywise the Dancing Clown is the preferred form of the shape-shifting, cosmic evil creature, It, as invented by the best-selling author, Stephan King. Pennywise is capable of shape-shifting into any person, animal, or object and uses these powers to fool and trap his victims into their deaths. Pennywise enjoys to feast on the flesh of his victims, who are frequently children. The idea for Pennywise the Dancing Clown came to Stephan King when thinking about what scared children the most and decided on a clown mixed with the troll that lives under a bridge; thus It lurks in the sewers under Derry, Maine waiting to lure his next snack to their grave.

Pennywise, portrayed by Bill Skarsgård in It (2017), is 6 foot 3.5 inches (1.92 m) tall.


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6’3.5” | 1.92 m
Bill Skarsgård
First Appearance:
1986 (Novel), 1990 (TV)


Drawings include:
Pennywise front, side, side (walking), front (monster)

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