From "Beauty and the Beast" to "Snow White": 6 Disney Characters You Didn't Know Were Voiced by Mormons

When it comes to Disney fandom, most people know Donny Osmond's voice was featured in Mulan as he sings the iconic "I'll Make a Man Out of You."

But Donny isn't the only Mormon to add voice to Disney characters and help bring the magic alive. Here are other popular Disney characters voiced by Mormons:

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1. Rabbit from Winnie the Pooh

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Though Frank Kenneth “Ken” Sansom was an actor in about 20 movies, he is most remembered for his voice. His career started with a KSL radio program called Sansom and Then Some in the 1960s, but Ken’s best-known work is the voice of "Rabbit" in the Winnie the Pooh cartoons.

2. The Stove from Beauty and the Beast

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From commercials to movies and cartoons to video games, you've probably heard LDS convert Brian Cummings's voice on several occasions. Cumings's vocal talents have been featured in loveable depictions of childhood classics like Garfield, Ninja Turtles, Scooby-Doo, FernGully, Spider-Man, and G.I. Joe (Doctor Mindbender). In Disney's classic animated Beauty in the Beast, he voices Chef Bouche (the stove) and he also voiced several characters in The Jungle Book 2.

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