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Snow White is the titular protagonist of Walt Disney's first 1937 animated length feature film, "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.

She was voiced by the late Adrianna Caselotti and her current actress is Pamela Ribbon


The 14 year old Princess Snow White lived under her wicked and vain yet beautiful stepmother, Queen Grimhilde, who forces Snow White to engage in menial labor, fearing that one day Snow White's beauty might become greater than her own. After many years, the Queen's magic mirror confirms Snow White as being the "fairest of them all", which causes the Queen to cast Snow White out and send a huntsman to kill her. When he refuses to do so, the huntsman helps Snow White escape into the forest. Snow White stumbles upon the home of the seven dwarfs, who happily aid her. The Queen discovers that Snow White has survived and uses magic to disguise herself as an old hag and creates a poisoned apple that will kill whoever that eats it will be put into "Sleeping Death" and only a kiss of true love could revive her. When the dwarfs are away the hag arrives at the dwarfs cottage and offers Snow White the poisoned apple, unbeknownst to her that it is the Queen in disguise.


Snow White is well known for her kindness and optimism - both of which act as her greatest strengths, as they've guided her safely through the various hardships faced throughout her life. She is quick to charm, winning the trust and admiration of the Prince, forest animals, and the Seven Dwarfs rather quickly, proving her kindness and pleasant aura makes her a beloved figure. Coined as the "Fairest One of All", Snow White's beauty lies both within her physical appearance and pure heart. With no negativity within her, Snow White is the physical embodiment of positivity and innocence.

She can also be playful, and somewhat sassy, as she takes advantage of Grumpy's sour disposition and initial dislike for her by teasing him, and continuously ignoring his rude remarks by keeping a soft smile or cheery glow, as opposed to acting out of shock, much to Grumpy's annoyance.

Though generally childlike and gentle, Snow White can also be assertive, with the authoritative nature of a mother. Once she takes residence in the cottage of the Seven Dwarfs, Snow White takes control of the household, turning it from an unkempt hovel to a clean and humble environment, something the dwarfs show acceptance and delight over. She furthered her authority by giving the dwarfs a designated bedtime, as well as forcing them to wash in order to eat dinner; though they showed great reluctance and made attempts to avoid the situation, they were ultimately unable to bypass Snow White's firm attitude. In addition, she showed leadership potential when guiding the animals around the house during their cleaning session, successfully instructing them on how to best clean the house and various items inside.

Having been turned a slave in her own home by the Evil Queen at a relatively early age, Snow White is hard-working. In spite of her servant work being forced upon, she was shown to be efficient with her chores. In the dwarfs' cottage, she didn't hesitate to clean the household upon discovering how filthy it was, never minding the work that had to be put into such a task. She doesn't take her blessings of finding shelter in the dwarfs' cottage for granted, instead making the decision to work for her residence.

Possibly Snow White's greatest flaw is also her greatest strength. Due to her strong sense of kindness and goodwill upon others, the princess can at times be gullible and easily manipulated to rebel against the orders of others, such as when she invited the old crone (believing her to be a harmless, and sickly peddler woman) into the cottage for health care, disobeying the dwarfs' orders to stay away from strangers. This would result in her downfall. However, as mentioned above, her loving heart is ultimately able to prevail, as her mutual love for the Prince ultimately saves her life. This exemplifies both the dangers and advantages of having a pure heart and making her a more human character.


  • Snow White the youngest Disney Princess, she is 14 years old.
  • She is also the first Disney Princess.

See also

Snow White (Disney)/Gallery

International Voice Actresses

  • Albanian (2002) : Julka Gramo (speaking) & Adrianna Caselotti (singing – original version)
  • Albanian (2005) : Esmeralda Kame (speaking) & Eltina Minarolli (singing)
  • Arabic (1975) : Fatima Mazhar / فاطمة مظهر (speaking) & Ratiba Al-Hefny / رتيبة الحفنى (singing)
  • Arabic TV (2015) : Noha Qais / نهى قيس (speaking & singing)
  • Brazilian 1938 : Dalva de Oliveira (speaking) & Maria Clara Tati Jacome (singing)
  • Brazilian 1965 : Maria Alice Barreto (speaking) & Cybele Freire (singing)
  • Bulgarian (2001) : Ventsislava Stoilova / Венцислава Стоилова (speaking & singing)
  • Cantonese (1995) : Lam Si-Cung / 林思聰 (speaking) & Ceoi Wai / 徐慧 (singing)
  • Castilian (2001) : Mar Bordallo (speaking) & Yolanda de las Heras (singing)
  • Croatian (2009) : Hana Hegedušić (speaking & singing)
  • Crimean Tatar TV (20??) : ? (speaking) & Adrianna Caselotti (singing – original version)
  • Czech 1938 : Ella Rixová (speaking & singing)
  • Czech 1970 : Klára Jerneková (speaking) & Marie Sikulová (singing)
  • Danish 1938 : Annie Jessen (speaking & singing)
  • Danish 1982 : Tove Hyldgaard (speaking & singing)
  • Dutch 1938 : Cecilia "Cilly" Bach (speaking) & Frieda van Hessen (singing)
  • Dutch 1984 : Bernadette Kraakman (speaking & singing)
  • English (1937) : Adriana Caselotti (speaking & singing)
  • Finnish 1962 : Eeva-Kaarina Volanen (speaking) & Tatiana Angelini (singing - original Swedish version)
  • Finnish 1982 : Jaana Oravisto (speaking) & Johanna Nurmimaa (singing)
  • Finnish 1994 : Riikka Väyrynen (speaking) & Kukka-Maaria Ahonen (singing)
  • French 1938 : Christiane Tourneur (speaking) & Beatrice Hagen (singing)
  • French 1962 : Lucie Dolène (speaking & singing)
  • French 2001 : Valérie Siclay (speaking) & Rachel Pignot (singing)
  • German 1938 : Hortense Raky (speaking) & ? (singing)
  • German 1966 : Uschi Wolff (speaking) & Susanne Tremper (singing)
  • German 1994 : Manja Doering (speaking) & Alexandra Wilcke (singing)
  • Greek (1974) : Matína Karrá / Ματίνα Καρρά (speaking) & Mítsa Roúti / Μήτσα Ρούτη (singing)
  • Hebrew (1992) : Orit Yaron / אורית ירון (speaking) & Limor Shapira / לימור שפירא (singing)
  • Hindi (2005) : Marianne D'Cruz Aiman / मैरियन डी'क्रूज़ (speaking & singing)
  • Hungarian 1962 : Váradi Hédi (speaking) & Házy Erzsébet (singing)
  • Hungarian 2001 : Oroszlán Szonja (speaking & singing)
  • Icelandic (2001) : Vigdís Hrefna Pálsdóttir (speaking & singing)
  • Indonesian (2013) : Apriliana Suci Ariesta (speaking) & ? (singing)
  • Italian 1938 : Rosetta Calavetta (speaking) & Lina Pagliughi (singing)
  • Italian 1972 : Melina Martello (speaking) & Gianna Spagnuolo (singing)
  • Japanese 1957 : Tomizawa Shima / 富沢志満 (speaking & singing)
  • Japanese 1980 : Kobato Kurumi / 小鳩くるみ | real name : Washizu Natsue / 鷲津名都江 (speaking & singing)
  • Kazakh (2015) : Nazerke Serikbolova (speaking) & Janargúl Jaramanova (singing)
  • Korean (1994) : Kim Su-gyeong / 김수경 (speaking) & Lee Yun-seon / 이윤선 (singing)
  • Latin Spanish 1938 : Thelma Hubbard (speaking) & Diana Castillo (singing)
  • Latin Spanish 1964 : Amparo Garrido (speaking) & Lupita Pérez Arias (singing)
  • Latin Spanish 2001 : Maggie Vera (speaking) + Alicia Diana Santos (one loop speaking) & Vikina Michel (singing)
  • Malay (?) : ? (speaking) & "Suki Low" Low Sook Yee / Liú Shūyú / 劉紓妤] (singing)
  • Mandarin (Taiwan) (?) : Corisa Lee / Lǐ Zhí-Píng / 李直平 (speaking) & Chén Xiù-Zhū / 陈秀珠 (singing)
  • Mandarin (China) TV (2009) : Wú Xiǎo-Lěi / 吴晓蕾 (speaking) & Chén Xiù-Zhū / 陈秀珠 (singing - original Taiwan Mandarin version)
  • Norwegian (1983) : Unn Vibeke Hol (speaking) & Anne Lise Gjøstøl (singing)
  • Norwegian (1994) : Unn Vibeke Hol (speaking) & Anne Aartun (singing)
  • Persian (? [Glory studio] : Sima Rastgaran / سیما رستگاران (speaking) & Adrianna Caselotti (singing – original version)
  • Polish 1938 : Maria Modzelewska (speaking & singing)
  • Polish 2009 : Edyta Krzemień (speaking & singing)
  • Portuguese (2001) : Sandra de Castro (speaking & singing)
  • Romanian (2009) : Mediana Vlad (speaking & singing)
  • Russian (2001) : Evgeniya Igumnova / Евгения Игумнова (speaking) & Elena Ushakova / Елена Ушакова (singing)
  • Serbian (2019) : Irina Arsenijević / Ирина Арсенијевић (speaking & singing)
  • Slovak (1970) : Darina Chmurová (speaking) & Cecília Lévaiová (singing)
  • Swedish 1938 : Tatiana Angelini (speaking & singing)
  • Swedish 1982 : Anna-Lotta Larsson (speaking & singing)
  • Tamil (????) : ?
  • Telugu (????) : ?
  • Thai (1st dub) : ?
  • Thai (2nd dub) : Netnapa Hanrojanawut / เนตรนภา หาญโรจนวุฒิ (speaking) & Chairat Phitakcharoen / ใจรัตน์ พิทักษ์เจริญ (singing)
  • Turkish (2009) : Aliye Mutlu (speaking & singing)
  • Ukrainian (2010) : Anzhelika Savchenko / Анжеліка Савченко (speaking & singing)



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