Despite the fact that he is a fictional, non-existant character, the Looney Tunes' Bugs Bunny has become a cartoon icon who has excelled, albeit fictionally, in a number of fields.

His unverified Erdős-Bacon-Sabbath number is 15.

Erdős Number: 10Edit

(10) Bugs Bunny (illustrator incl. text)
Duck Amuck
(9) Michael Maltese (screenwriter)
The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show
(8) Chuck Jones
Chuck Jones' Rikki-Tikki-Tavi
(7) Rudyard Kipling
The Complete Stalky and Co. (Oxford's World Classics)
(6) Isabel Quigley (translator)
Mathematics and Logic in History and in Contemporary Thought
(5) Ettore Carruccio
An Everpresent Reference of the XVIIth Century Intellectual Production: Euclid's Elements
(4) Vincent Jullien
Topiramate pharmacokinetics in infants and young children: Contribution of population analysis
(3) Catherine Chiron
Magnetic resonance imaging abnormalities associated with vigabatrin in patients with epilepsy: MRI Abnormalities in Patients with Epilepsy
(2) James W. Wheless
Genotype/phenotype correlation in 325 individuals referred for a diagnosis of tuberous sclerosis complex in the United States
(1) James E. Baumgartner
(0) Paul Erdős

Bacon Number: 2Edit

(2) Bugs Bunny
Looney Tunes: Back In Action
(1) Brendan Fraser
The Air I Breathe
(0) Kevin Bacon

Sabbath Number: 3Edit

(3) Bugs Bunny
Excerpt from 'What's Up Doc'
(2) Barbra Streisand
As If We Never Said Goodbye
(1) Andrew Lloyd Webber
Crucifixion (Jesus Christ Superstar)
(0) Ian Gillan