Cormac is a minor male character in the Peanuts comic strip by Charles M. Schulz. He is a short little boy, who first appeared on July 17, 1992, while Charlie Brown was in summer camp. He says he is Charlie Brown's swimming buddy.


Cormac does not know much about camp, most likely due to the fact that he is a little child, and this is probably his first year in a camp. During swimming he does not know if his nose is supposed to go over or under the water. However, he does seem pretty good with the ladies. He tells Marcie, she is beautiful and should be a model when she grows up. Then when Marcie asks him what he wants to be when he grows up, Cormac replies, "Smooth." Cormac becomes pretty good friends with Charlie Brown, and even seems a little sad when summer is over.

Cormac appeared again later that year, in a storyline starting October 5, when he starts attending Charlie Brown's school. He is in Sally Brown's class and sits right behind her. Cormac immediately falls for Sally, but Sally does not feel the same way about him. She is more interested in Linus, her "Sweet Babboo". Cormac tries to convince Sally

Cormac's first appearance in the strip on July 17, 1992

that even though she is taller than him now, he will become taller, but Sally really does not care. Cormac even tries to give Sally a love letter, but Snoopy eats it before it can be delivered.

Cormac also appears in Charlie Brown's class in The Peanuts Movie.


  • Cormac is one of the many Peanuts characters who appears in the game Snoopy's Street Fair, in which he owns a dolphin show booth. This is ironic, as he does not know much about swimming. In the game, his name was spelled as "Cormack". This problem has been fixed since the 1.20.0 update.