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Who's Who? Wednesday

January 29, 2014

James P. Sullivan

Sully

Sulley can be found in the 2001 Disney/Pixar hit film 'Monsters, Inc.' He can also be seen in the film 'Monsters University,' along with cameos in 'Brave' and 'Cars.' He can be seen in the animated short 'Mike's New Car' and a cameo in 'Partysaurus Rex.' In video games he can be seen in Disney INFINITY, Monsters, Inc., Disney Universe, and Mike's Monstrous Adventure. In other merchandise he can be found in toys, books, Disney art, clothing, vinylmations, and pins.

He lives in Monstropolis with his best friend Mike Wazowski and all the other monsters. He worked at Monsters, Inc. as a scarer and is now the CEO of the company. He has many friends he can count on such as his family, Boo, Terri, Mike Wazowski, Celia Mae, Terry, Don Carlton, Scott Squibbles, Art, and the rest of the good Disney characters. His enemies include Randall Boggs, Mr. Waternoose, Johnny Worthington lll, The Librarian, and Dean Hardscrabble.

Sulley

James P. Sullivan is very muscular and extremely tall. He has large claws and large horns sticking out of his head while his fur is blue and has pink and purple spots. He really has turned his act around since his college days. He is brave, funny, and kind.

*FUN FACT* Animators designed ever single hair on Sulley's body and there is 5.5 million single hairs on his body.

He has been voiced by a few people over the years such as John Goodman and Joel McCrary.

Sullley

Sulley can be found in Disney parks around the world as a meet and greet character with Mike Wazowski. He could also be found in Pixar Play Parade, Monsters, Inc. Mike & Sulley to the Rescue!, Disney Stars and Motorcars Parade, Block Party Bash, Monsters, Inc, Ride & Go Seek, and Jubilation. He can also be found in other various references in Disney theme parks around the world, and he can also be found in many Disney on Ice shows.

 

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