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This Is What The Voices Of Disney Dads Look Like In Real Life

No "daddy" jokes please. (JK live your life.)

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1. Mufasa, The Lion King: James Earl Jones

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Fun fact: Jones played the voice of Darth Vader in Star Wars and was paid $7,000 for the first movie.

2. Chief Tui, Moana: Temuera Morrison

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Fun fact: Morrison is playing Thomas Curry, Aquaman's dad, in the upcoming DC Comics movie.

3. King Triton, The Little Mermaid: Kenneth Mars

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Fun fact: Mars also voiced Grandpa Longneck in The Land Before Time.

4. Fa Zhou, Mulan: Soon-Tek Oh

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Fun fact: Oh was in the Broadway show Pacific Overtures and played four different roles.

5. Sultan, Aladdin: Douglas Seale

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Fun fact: Seale had a very successful and memorable run as Seldon Mowbray in the comedic play Noises Off.

6. Marlin, Finding Nemo: Albert Brooks

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Fun fact: Brooks was offered roles in Big, Pretty Woman, and Boogie Nights, but had to turn them all down because of scheduling conflicts.

7. Powhatan, Pocahontas: Russell Means

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Fun fact: Means was born an Oglala/Lakota Sioux Indian and was a notable leader of the American Indian Movement.

8. Fergus, Brave: Billy Connolly

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Fact: Connolly is a Scottish comedian who has been diagnosed with prostate cancer (cleared), deafness (wears hearing aids), and Parkinson's - which all happened in the same week. He was good friends with Robin Williams, and they would "compare notes" on their shared experience of Parkinson's.

9. Maurice, Beauty and the Beast: Rex Everhart

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Fun fact: Everhart was nominated for Broadway's 1978 Tony Award as Best Actor (Featured Role - Musical) for Working.

10. James, Princess and the Frog: Terrence Howard

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Fun fact: The Empire actor studied chemical engineering at Pratt Institute, but left school after he got into an argument with a professor about what one times one equals (click the link for reference).

11. Zeus, Hercules: Rip Torn

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Fun fact: Torn is also known as Agent Zed in Men in Black.

12. Mr. Incredible, The Incredibles: Craig T. Nelson

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Fun fact: Nelson has a love of race car driving, and was voted IMSA's Most Improved Driver. Nelson said that honor felt better than winning an Emmy.

13. Pongo, 101 Dalmations: Rod Taylor

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Fun fact: Taylor was known for his roles in The Birds and The Time Machine, but he also played Winston Churchill in Inglourious Basterds.

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