There are some Disney movies that we obviously know the stars of. For example, we all know Tom Hanks and Tim Allen are the voices of Buzz and Woody in Toy Story and that Robin Willams is Genie in Aladdin. But, there are a lot of famous voices behind the cartoons that you probably didn't even know!
Check out this list of Disney stars and see if you knew any of them!
Tony Goldwyn is Tarzan
Minnie Driver is Jane in Tarzan
Tate Donovan is Hercules
Danny Devito is Phil in Hercules
Jim Varney is Slink in Toy Story
Rosie O'Donnell is Terk in Tarzan
Scott Weigner is Aladdin
Matthew Broderick is adult Simba in The Lion King
There are a bunch more celebrities who voiced your favorite characters in Disney movies! Check out the next page for more!
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