During his brief stint as a child actor, Donnie Dunagan provided the voice of Disney's beloved deer for the 1942 film. He went on to become a highly decorated U.S. Marine.
Former teen pop star Mandy Moore voiced the princess with 70-foot long hair, who was also the first Disney royal to have supernatural powers. Natalie Portman was also considered for the role.
Walt Disney himself voiced the character he created for almost 20 years, but was then replaced in 1946 by Jimmy MacDonald after the former became too busy. Rumor has it that Walt's voice was damaged by his smoking habit and he was unable to keep hitting the high notes in Mickey's voice, and that's why they needed a new Mickey.
Angelina Jolie may have played the iconic role in Maleficent, but before her it was all about Eleanor Audley. Eleanor was also the voice behind the evil stepmother Lady Tremaine in Cinderella.
The original Disney princess was played by Adriana Caselotti, an 18-year-old Italian opera singer. Walt Disney reportedly personally chose her for the role.
Boardwalk Empire star Steve Buscemi provided the voice for the villain in Monsters, Inc., but only after John Goodman (Sulley) pushed to have him cast.
Emma Thompson is the voice behind Queen Elinor, who turns into a giant bear due to a witch's curse.
Lou Romano is no stranger to Disney movies, though this was his first starring role. He's also lent his vocal talents to characters in Cars and The Incredibles.
Comedian Janeane Garofalo admitted in interviews that she didn't know why she was chosen to voice the tough-as-nails chef, but she was "endlessly flattered" that she ultimately nabbed the part.
It's a good thing Holly Hunter got some superhero experience from Disney, as she was later cast in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice in 2016.
Owen Wilson gave life to Lightning McQueen in both Cars and Cars 2. This was also the first Pixar movie where the company really promoted the film using the actors behind the characters (Wilson and Paul Newman).
Legendary actor Edward Asner provided the voice for grumpy Carl, a character whose face and personality are based on both Spencer Tracy and Walter Matthau.
Tony Goldwyn, the POTUS on Scandal and the man in love with Olivia Pope, is the actor behind the tree-swinging Tarzan.
You may have missed the nod to Eartha Kitt's role as Catwoman when, at the end of this film, her evil Yzma turned into a kitten.
Tim Allen took the role of Buzz Lightyear after Chevy Chase turned it down. Allen has said that Chevy was one of the biggest influences in his career, and his idol passing on Buzz right before he was offered the part was the main reason he decided to do Toy Story.
The one and only Patton Oswalt is the voice behind the rat who can cook better than most French folks.
David Spade was in his mid-30s when he voiced Emperor Kuzco, who is supposed to be 18.
The coloration of Gil's face is supposed to simulate the lines around the mouth of the man who portrays him, Willem Dafoe.
Tom Hanks has said that he was interested in the role of Woody the cowboy because, as a kid, he always wondered if his toys would come to life when nobody was in the room.
Dory the forgetful fish was written specifically for Emmy-winning talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.
Academy Award-nominee and regular Simpsons voice actor Albert Brooks was the only person considered for the role of the overprotective clown fish.
Kathleen Turner was nine months pregnant when she recorded her role as the smoldering, sexy Jessica Rabbit.
Boardwalk Empire star Kelly Macdonald used her own Scottish accent for the role of the unruly princess.
Mary Costa was already a well-known opera singer when she auditoned to play Princess Aurora in 1952. Walt Disney personally called her hours after her audition to offer her the role.