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Featherstone from "Gnomeo and Juliet" is a character in the animated film. Featherstone ("Gnomeo and Juliet") is voiced by actor Jim Cummings.

Featherstone is a pink, plastic, lawn flamingo who lives locked in a shed of the Overgrown Garden until Gnomeo and Juliet release him. Then he's free as a bird—free to jump beak first into the lives of his liberators. Featherstone's own history—his story of love found and lost—just may be what Gnomeo and Juliet need to learn in order to free themselves.

"Featherstone is played beautifully by Jim Cummings, who is a very talented vocal actor who can do anything with his voice," says director Kelly Asbury. "And we decided since Featherstone was a plastic pink flamingo, maybe he would be from Miami, so we gave him a little bit of a Cuban edge to his voice, and I think Jim took that and really made comedy. But there's a real sincerity to the character and there's some very sad back-story to him. As comical as he is—he's really our Shakespearian fool—he's also smarter than meets the eye."

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