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Who's Who? Wednesday

April 22, 2015

Nala

Nala

Nala is one of the many main characters in the 1994 Walt Disney animated classic, 'The Lion King.' She can also be found in the films 'Mickey's House of Villains,' 'The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride,' 'Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse,' and 'The Lion King 1 1/2.' She can also be found in the television shows 'The Lion Guard' and 'House of Mouse.' She can be found in the video games Hidden Worlds, the Kingdom Hearts series, and Meteos: Disney Magic. In other merchandise she can be found in toys, books, Disney artwork, pins, clothing, and vinylmations.

She lives in the Pride Lands, on Pride Rock with her husband (Simba), her daughter (Kiara), and her two sons (Kion and Kopa). She has many friends she can count on such as Pumbaa, Rafiki, Zazu, Timon, Sarabi, Sarafina, and the rest of the good Disney characters. Her enemies include Banzai, Scar, Nuka, Ed, Zira, Shenzi, all of the hyenas, and the rest of the evil Disney villains.

Nala

Nala is the queen of the Pride Lands. She is a beautiful lioness with blue eyes, a brown nose, and she has tan and cream colored fur. She is caring, honest, and extremely intelligent. In my opinion she is one of the most important characters in the film because she was the key for Simba to start thinking about returning to the Pride Lands and taking his place as King.

She was animated by Aaron Blaise, and Anthony DeRosa. She has also been voiced by quite a few people over the years such as Moira Kelly, Laura Williams, Vanessa Marshall, Heather Hogan, Sally Dworsky, and Niketa Calame.

Nala

Nala can be found in Disney parks around the world in reference form. She can also be found in The Golden Mickeys, Festival of the Lion King, Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams, Fantasmic, and artwork at the Disney's Art of Animation Resort. She can also be found in certain Lion King themed, Disney on Ice shows, and the hit Lion King Broadway musical.

 

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