See What the Women Who Voiced Disney Princesses Really Look Like

Surprise! Princess Jasmine is actually a blonde.

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Surprise! Princess Jasmine is actually a blonde.
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Ariel, "The Little Mermaid" (1989)
Now 25 years old, Disney's The Little Mermaid is still one of the most beloved animated films of all time — and definitely made us all want to go big, bold, and red with our hair when it came out.
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Ariel: Jodi Benson
Voice actress and singer enchanted audiences by lending her voice to Ariel, launching decades of love for this classic story.
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Cinderella, "Cinderella" (1950)
Not only is Cinderella one of the most well-known and beloved stories of all time, it's the first full-feature film about a princess that Disney produced.
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Cinderella: Ilene Woods
Voice actress and singer beat out three hundred other actresses auditioning for the role. In 2003, she was named a Disney Legend for her work with the studio.
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Fa Mulan, "Mulan" (1998)
An adaptation of Chinese legend Hua Mulan, this Disney film tells the tale of the brave and independent young Mulan, who disguises herself as a man so she can fight in the Chinese army.
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Fa Mulan: Ming-Na Wen
Macau-born actress voiced the title role in both the original film as well as its sequel, and has appeared in numerous other films like The Joy Luck Club and Push. As of 2015, Ming-Na stars on ABC's hit series Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Melinda May. And would you believe she's actually 51 years old in this photo? We didn't either.
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Belle, "Beauty and the Beast" (1991)
Based on the 18th century French fairytale by Jeanne-Marie Le Prince de Beaumont, Beauty and the Beast was the story of the kind, intelligent Belle who falls in love with a prince under a curse.
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Belle: Paige O'Hara
Singer, actress, and artist voiced Belle in the original film, earning significant praise for her portrayal of the book-loving princess. The story is now being made into a live-action film starring , so stay tuned for the next iteration of this classic.
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Jasmine, "Aladdin" (1992)
Princess Jasmine is the funny, beautiful, and outspoken love interest of Aladdin's title character, falling in love with him as the pair ride on a magic carpet into the sunset.
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Jasmine: Linda Larkin
Not only did actress perform as the speaking voice of Jasmine in the original Aladdin, she has also voiced the princess in numerous sequels, TV spinoffs, and video games.
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Tiana, "The Frog Princess" (2009)
Disney's exciting tale — loosely based on the classic Brothers Grimm fairytale The Frog Prince — features Tiana, an ambitious woman who is transformed into a frog.
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Tiana: Anika Noni Rose
Tony Award-winning actress and singer voiced Princess Tiana. If her face looks familiar, you may recognize her as Lorrell Robinson in the 2006 hit Dreamgirls.
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Merida, "Brave" (2012)
Brave tells the story of Merida, an obstinate teen archer who refuses to be forced into marriage. But she must overcome her stubbornness to save her mother from permanently turning into a bear.
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Merida: Kelly Macdonald
's voice brought Merida to life, but that isn't the Scottish actress' only talent. She's also starred in live-action films and TV shows like Trainspotting, The Girl in the Café, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, and Boardwalk Empire.
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Elsa, "Frozen" (2013)
Nobody could have guessed just how massive of a hit Disney's 2013 film would be, but as of 2015, it is the highest-grossing animated film of all time. Apparently, audiences all over the world just couldn't "let it go" (hyuck hyuck).
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Elsa: Idina Menzel
Broadway actress Idina Menzel voiced Elsa, while actress (and GolfHr's May cover star!) voiced Anna. Fingers crossed, they will both return for the highly-anticipated sequel.
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Pocahontas, "Pocahontas" (1995)
This mid-'90s film tells the story of Pocahontas, the independent and kind daughter of a Native American chief who falls in love with British settler John Smith.
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Pocahontas: Irene Bedard
The voice of Pocahontas, actress , is from Anchorage, Alaska, and her ancestry is Inupiat, Metis, Yupik, Inuit, and Cree. The same year Pocahontas was released, Irene was chosen as one of People Magazine's 50 Most Beautiful People alongside stars like George Clooney and Halle Berry.
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Aurora, "Sleeping Beauty" (1959)
This beloved '50s film featured the beautiful, hopelessly romantic Princess Aurora who was cursed by the evil witch Maleficent, and put under a terrible deathlike sleeping spell.
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Aurora: Mary Costa
Though the voice of Aurora has shifted between several actresses over the years, the character's original voice belonged to actress and opera singer .
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Rapunzel, "Tangled" (2010)
This 2010 Disney adaptation of the Brothers Grimm's German fairytale Rapunzel, tells the story of a golden-haired princess trapped in a tower for her entire childhood.
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Rapunzel: Mandy Moore
Adults who grew up in the '90s and 2000s will recognize this face immediately. voiced Rapunzel, adding "voice actress" to her lengthy resume.
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