Characters and alter-egos assumed by Cookie Monster in Muppet productions.

Picture Role / Production Notes
Cookie ernie Ernie
Sesame Street Episode 0158
Bert says that he's seen Ernie eating cookies. The culprit turns out to be Cookie Monster, disguised with Ernie's hair and shirt.
Cookiethief The Great Cookie Thief
Episode 0276
Cookie Monster is outlawed as "The Great Cookie Thief."
Doctor-monster Doctor Monster
Episode 0691
Cookie Monster pretends to be a doctor so that he can trick Ernie into giving him an apple.
Cookie bunny
The Cookie Bunny
Episode 1187
Cookie Monster poses as the Cookie Bunny, who leaves cookies for kids to find (and for him to eat).
Cookieredhood Little Red Riding Hood
Sesame Street News Flash
Little Red Cookie Hood brings cookies for his sick grandmother, but Kermit the Frog tells him that sick people should have healthy foods.
Caseymcphee Casey McPhee, the Engineer From the ballad of the same name
Alistair-Cookie Alistair Cookie
"Monsterpiece Theater"
Eyelids-cookie Little Boy Blue
Big Bird's Mother Goose
BabyCookie Baby Cookie
Sesame Beginnings and The First Time Me Eat Cookie
A cookie
Sesame Street Halloween card
Cookie Monster dressed as a cookie to go trick-or-treating.
Cheshire Cookie Cat
Abby in Wonderland
Cookie Monster plays a cat from Cheshire in Abby Cadabby's dream.
Monster Gaga
Cookie Monster's Saturday Night Live audition
Cookie Monster as a musical guest for Saturday Night Live.
Cookie Monster's Saturday Night Live audition
Cookie Monster as Macarooner, a parody of MacGruber.
Cookie Monster's Saturday Night Live audition
Cookie Monster as a woman.
Sesame Street, Episode 4075
Cookie Monster as a king.
Cowabunga Cookie Shark
Episode 4632
In a Sesame Street turned ocean, Cookie Monster is transformed into the Cowabunga Cookie Shark.
Sharing Things
In a viral video spoofing Stranger Things, Cookie Monster plays the role of the "Cookiegorgon" (spoof the series' Demogorgon), a monster from the dimension of Snack-Side Down. He arrives on Earth to chow down on some Halloween treats.