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Most Iconic Disney Characters Ever



Take a moment, sit back and let nostalgia take over. Let us bring you back to your childhood with a look at the most iconic Disney characters you grew to love. Classic characters from Mickey Mouse and Donald Duck to more recent creations such as Olaf and Buzz Lightyear, this gallery will give you all the feels.

Mickey Mouse

Created by Walt Disney himself, this lovable mouse character serves as the Walt Disney company’s mascot.

Minnie Mouse

Minnie Mouse, Mickey Mouse’s girlfriend, was created in 1928. Her polka-dot dress and matching bow are part of her signature look.

Donald Duck

Usually recognized by his sailor cap, sailor shirt and bow tie, Donald Duck’s character serves as Mickey’s best friend.

Daisy Duck

Girlfriend of Donald Duck, Daisy Duck can be easily recognized by her signature accessory, a large pink bow atop her head.

Huey, Dewey & Louie

These young duck triplets are the nephews of Donald Duck and the grandnephews of Scrooge McDuck. They always seem to be getting themselves into mischief.


Pluto is the pet dog of Mickey Mouse. He was introduced to the characters in the 1930’s, getting his name from the recently discovered planet.


Another character in Mickey’s squad is Goofy. He is a comical dog-like character and always sports pants, a turtle neck and a fedora.

Scrooge McDuck

Scrooge McDuck loves money and is the uncle of Donald Duck and great uncle to characters Huey, Dewey and Louie.


Cinderella is the hardworking heroine who finds herself living with her cruel stepmother and two stepsisters after losing both her parents at a young age. When she gets a chance to attend the ball, her fairy godmother comes to her aid and Cinderella finds Prince Charming.

Lady Tremaine

Lady Tremaine is the evil stepmother of Cinderella.

Prince Charming

Prince Charming’s character meets Cinderella at the ball, but never catches her name. When she leaves in a hurry, her glass slipper falls behind on the steps, which he takes to every residence trying to find her.

Peter Pan

Peter Pan’s character was based upon a boy who can fly and never grows up. He wears an all-green ensemble with a feather in his cap.

Tinker Bell

This fictional flying fairy named Tinker Bell originated from the 1904 play Peter Pan.


This curious protagonist character originates from the novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and was adapted in Walt Disney’s animated film in 1951.

Cheshire Cat

One of the iconic characters from Alice in Wonderland is the easily recognizable, purple striped Cheshire Cat.


Another iconic character from Alice in Wonderland is the overly anxious and nonsensical Mad Hatter.

Snow White

Snow White is often surrounded by her pals the seven dwarfs. She bites into a poison apple from the Evil Queen which puts her into a deep sleep that only a prince can break with his kiss.


Pinocchio is the second animated film made by Disney. His puppet character was carved from wood and is brought to life and tries to prove himself as brave and truthful in order to become a real boy.


This animated film was based on this mule deer character and was produced by Walt Disney.

The Evil Queen

The Evil Queen’s jealousy of Snow White leads her to poison her stepdaughter Snow White with an apple that submerges her into a deep sleep. The only way the spell may be broken is to be kissed by a prince.


The film is based on a Native American woman named Pocahontas who encounters Jamestown settlers and John Smith.


The villainous Maleficent is the evil witch who curses the princess in the film Sleeping Beauty.

Robin Hood

Robin’s Hood character along with his pal Little John ‘rob from the rich and give to the poor’ in the imaginary town of Nottingham. Robin Hood’s efforts win the hand of Maid Marian.

Winnie the Pooh

Always looking to indulge his insatiable appetite for honey, Winnie-the-Pooh’s character is the pal of Christopher Robin where he and his fellow pals, Tigger, Piglet, Owl, and Eeyore embark on many adventures.

Christopher Robin

In the film Winnie the Pooh, a young boy named Christopher Robin creates an imaginary world called Hundred Acre Wood where his friends Pooh Bear, Tigger, Eeyore, Piglet and more characters appear.


Piglet is the pal of Winnie-the-Pooh and Christopher Robin. He is tiny in size but has a big heart. He’s often timid and has a squeaky voice.

Cruella De Vil

In the animated film 101 Dalmatians, the movies’ antagonist is played by fashionista Cruella De Vil who plots to kidnap a litter of puppies.


This baby elephant first stole our hearts in the 1941 film with his lovable personality and large floppy ears, which allow him to fly!


The Little Mermaid’s protagonist Ariel is constantly intrigued by humans. Being a mermaid, she meets with the evil Ursula to exchange her beautiful voice for human form.


This little red crab is fitted with the task of watching over King Triton’s daughter Ariel in The Little Mermaid. He speaks with a Jamacian accent.


This octopus named Ursula is The Little Mermaid’s antagonist. She turns the film’s main character into a human in exchange for her voice. She gives Ariel three days to win the love Prince Eric.

Sleeping Beauty

In the film Sleeping Beauty, princess Aurora’s character is cursed to die on her 16th birthday, but thanks to her fairy godmothers, she instead falls into a deep sleep and can be awoken with a kiss from the Prince.


This spoiled cocker spaniel character finds herself on the street where she meets a stray mutt named Tramp. Their romance flourishes but the two face challenges.


This stray mutt character encounters a pampered cocker spaniel named Lady on the street and he protects her. The two fall in love, but come the pair encounter issues that try to keep them apart.


Tarzan was an orphan and was adopted by apes and grew up in the jungle.


This lion cub is the main character in the animated film The Lion King. The film follows the young cub’s journey from childhood to becoming King.

Mufasa the Lion King

Mufasa is the Lion King and father to Simba. He is also the older brother to the film’s antagonist character Scar.


A street urchin falls in love with a girl who ends up being the Princess. He comes across a lamp which holds the all-power Genie, who turns him into a Prince to vie for the Princess Jasmine’s love.


Perhaps one of the most beloved characters from the film Aladdin was the Genie. Blue in color, he grants Aladdin three wishes and keeps audiences entertained with his larger than life personality.


Princess Jasmine’s character can be recognized by her midriff-baring blue ensemble with matching jeweled headdress. Her spunky and determined personality leads to adventures including meeting Aladdin.


This character is the antagonist in the film Aladdin; his mission is to get rid of Aladdin, get the lamp, become sultan and marry Princess Jasmine.


Beauty and the Beast debuted in 1991 with Belle as the movie’s main character. She gets imprisoned by the Beast but later they fall in love and break the Beast’s curse.


This character was formerly a spoiled prince before a curse landed him as the Beast as punishment for his selfish ways. In order to break the curse, he must earn the love of a woman named Belle.


Princess Elsa of Arendelle is the main character in the Disney animated film Frozen. She has special powers and creates herself an ice fortress.


Anna of Arendelle is the younger sister of Princess Elsa. She is characterized as spirited, fearless and faithful.


In the animated film Frozen, Olaf is a wisecracking snowman and has the ability to reassemble his body.


In this film, Mulan, a young female, is the heroine who pretends to be male in order to fight in the war to protect her father.


Rapunzel is a young princess who is kept in a tower to keep her from knowing about her long hair’s healing abilities and powers.

Sheriff Woody

Sporting a cowboy hat, cowboy boots, plaid shirt and sheriff badge, Woody is the main character in the Toy Story franchise.

Buzz Lightyear

Toy Space Ranger Buzz Lightyear’s character and Sheriff Woody’s character initially got off to a rough start and they were nemeses. That changed over the course of the Toy Story franchise.