Who Is Your Disney Doppelganger?

 

Once you become a huge star and start making serious money, it’s generally assumed that your life changes completely. Certain people covet a fancier lifestyle, though others may shy away from it. But what if megastar celebrities’ fame and fortune, while welcome, didn’t alter their lives in any considerable way? What about the super-famous guys and gals who still shop at Whole Foods, don’t bother with personal assistants, and happily clip coupons in order to ensure they always get the best deals?

 

Here are some of the biggest and most well-known names in the business who, in spite of their massive Hollywood careers and considerable wealth, have managed to stay down to earth and live like normal people.

 

Jay Leno

 

Easily one of — if not the — most famous late-night talk show hosts of all time, with a chin that won’t quit, the incomparable Jay Leno has built up a considerable following over his 30-year career, along with some major bank. His estimated net worth, at the time of writing, is around $350 million. However, much like several other entrants on this list, Leno learned how to save in his formative years, reportedly working two jobs in his youth: one for bills and spending money, and the other strictly for saving purposes.

 

Since retiring from The Tonight Show (the wages for which he reportedly put entirely into his savings accounts throughout his run), Leno has lived purely off the proceeds from his lucrative stand-up career, which is presumably a lot easier with all that extra money stashed in the bank. He might have a serious predilection for buying classic cars, but the funnyman has allegedly “never spent a dime” of his late-show money, “— ever.”

“You think the only people who are people, are the people who look and think like you. But if you walk the footsteps of a stranger, you’ll learn things you never knew you never knew.” – Pocahontas”
― Disney

“Exactly. These guys just want me to play Snow White singing in her little cottage while they do all the work.’
Lucy snorted. ‘Snow White and the Seven Buttheads. You could give Disney a run for their money.’
Nicholas poked her in the ribs. ‘I am not a singing dwarf!’
‘No, you’re a butthead. Weren’t you paying attention?”
― Alyxandra Harvey, Blood Feud

“If you don’t like Cinderella because she seems so “naive” and “weak,” listen to this quote from the Walt himself: “She believed in dreams, all right, but she also believed in doing something about them. When Prince Charming didn’t come along, she went over to the palace and got him.”
― Walt Disney

“I like to think that nothing’s final, and that everyone gets to be together even when it looks like they don’t, that it all works out even when all the evidence seems to say something else, that you and I are always young in the woods, and that I’ll see you sometime again, even if it’s not with any kind of eyes I know of or understand. I wouldn’t be surprised if that is the way things go after all – that all things end happy.”
― Jodi Lynn Anderson, Tiger Lily

“All over the world major museums have bowed to the influence of Disney and become theme parks in their own right. The past, whether Renaissance Italy or Ancient Egypt, is re-assimilated and homogenized into its most digestible form. Desperate for the new, but disappointed with anything but the familiar, we recolonize past and future. The same trend can be seen in personal relationships, in the way people are expected to package themselves, their emotions and sexuality, in attractive and instantly appealing forms.”
― J.G. Ballard, The Atrocity Exhibition


“Start the Quiz”

  • Question of

    What colour are your eyes?

    • Green, like shiny peas
    • Like blue mouthwash
    • Chocolate buttons, but eyes
    • I’m not entirely sure
  • Question of

    Do you wear a hat of some description?

    • Yep, indeedy
    • Not really
    • That would be a ‘no’
    • Not my thing, thanks
  • Question of

    Do you wear specs?

    • I don’t need glasses
    • My eyes are alright
    • I’ve got excellent vision
    • Big, thick rimmed ones
  • Question of

    Are you a smiley person?

    • Holy horse feathers!
    • I don’t really smile when it’s freezing cold, but otherwise yes
    • Sure
    • I can’t remember the last time I cracked a smile, actually
  • Question of

    Do you have lots of facial hair?

    • Nope
    • Not me
    • Loads of the stuff
    • I like to shave my face every morning
  • Question of

    What colour is your hair?

    • Red
    • Gingery, but it changed colour once
    • Brown and blond
    • White, like overcooked rice
  • Question of

    Would you say you looked friendly?

    • 100%
    • Yes, more than my sister
    • I’d keep your distance
    • Absolutely not
  • Question of

    Describe your style!

    • Like a rootin’, tootin’ cowgirl
    • A bit old-fashioned
    • I have no style (or clothes)
    • Like a total grandad
  • Question of

    What sort of shoes do you normally wear?

    • Pointy boots
    • Leather boots, sometimes
    • I prefer to go barefoot
    • Leather shoes with laces
  • Question of

    Is your hairstyle fancy?

    • It’s pretty fancy
    • I plait my hair to the side
    • I look like I’ve just woken up
    • You can tell I own a comb
  • Question of

    What is your favorite Disney movie?

    • ‘Beauty and the Beast’
    • ‘The Lion King’
    • ‘Aladdin’
    • ‘The Little Mermaid’
  • Question of

    Which of these Disney songs would you sing in the shower?

    • ‘A Whole New World’
    • ‘The Bare Necessities’
    • ‘How Far I’ll Go’
    • ‘Part of Your World’
  • Question of

    What is your complexion?

    • Fair
    • Deep
    • Tan
    • Olive
  • Question of

    What is your natural hair color?

    • Blonde
    • Black
    • Red
    • Brown
  • Question of

    How long is your hair?

    • Just above my lower back
    • Just above my shoulders
    • Down to my bum
    • Just past my shoulders
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