As a child, we all dreamed of meeting a charming prince or princess from Disney cartoons. And although our dreams are not destined to come true, we can still meet people in real life who surprisingly resemble some animated characters. We are sharing with you nine photos of celebrities who are likely to become prototypes of cult animated characters. And about how celebrities really look like characters, you decide.

Celebrities with the appearance of animated characters 

Let's start with Doutzen Cruz, who presented her appearance to Aurora from Sleeping Beauty.

9 Celebrities who resemble some animated characters

The appearance of John Smith from Pocahontas was created thanks to Chris Hemsworth.
The appearance of John Smith from Pocahontas was created thanks to Chris Hemsworth.

Thanks to the appearance of Zack Efron, we can admire Icking in the cartoon “How to Train Your Dragon”

Thanks to the appearance of Zack Efron, we can admire Icking in the cartoon “How to Train Your Dragon”

Jessica Rabbit from Rabbit Roger was created thanks to Christine Hendrix.

Jessica Rabbit from Rabbit Roger was created thanks to Christine Hendrix.

The protagonist of Toy Story is a nearly complete copy of Will Poulter.

The protagonist of Toy Story is a nearly complete copy of Will Poulter.

In Tarzana, many were able to discern the features of Mel Gibson. 

In Tarzana, many were able to discern the features of Mel Gibson.

There are obvious similarities between Shaggy from Scooby-Doo, Where You are and Haley Joel Osment.

There are obvious similarities between Shaggy from Scooby-Doo, Where You are and Haley Joel Osment.

In Captain Hook of Peter Pan, many saw similarities with Mandy Patinkin.

In Captain Hook of Peter Pan, many saw similarities with Mandy Patinkin.

Thanks to the attractive appearance of Julia Jones, the world met Pocahontas from the animated series of the same name.

Thanks to the attractive appearance of Julia Jones, the world met Pocahontas from the animated series of the same name.

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