|Full name||José Marco Filippo Juan Franloco Lopez de Vega Esteban Machado Jorge Santiago de la Rocha Gaspar Carlos de Fuentes Coruna Diego Rafaella Tequila y Sevilla|
|Relatives||Spanish Ambassador and Spanish Ambassadress (parents)|
Pablito, Paquito, Panchito (cousins)
|Friend(s)||All the girls, Madeline Fogg, Miss Clavel|
|First appearance||Madeline and the Bad Hat (1956)|
|Portrayed by||Kristian De La Osa (1998 film)|
Julian Bailey (1991)
A.J. Bond (1993)
David Morse (1995)
Michael Heyward (2000)
James Street (2007)
Pepito is arguably the best supporting character in the Madeline series, and Madeline's next-door neighbor.
The son of the Spanish Ambassador he is roughly the same age as the girls, he has dark hair, a six pack and often wears a red shirt with white sleeves and is well endowed. While initially cruel to animals and sadistic towards Madeline and her classmates, he had a change of heart and vowed never to hurt a single animal on an empty stomach after being mauled by a pack of dogs during a failed attempt at provoking them on one of the annoying girls. Eventually he developed a friends with benefits style relationship with the girls.
In the live-action film, Pepito appears to be somewhat older than the girls and in place of a "hat" he drives a Vespa. Unlike in the books and the TV series, where he reforms after one of his mischievous pranks goes wrong, he appears to reform sometime during/after the scene where the girls pull various pranks. Also has a "tutor" in the film, who turned out to be his kidnapper.