Anonymous said: I'm 5'2, I know the height for princesses range from 5'3 to 5'7. Does that totally ruin my chances of a shot to audition for a face character as a princess?
Not necessarily. Depends on how they measure you. And Alice, Wendy, and the fairies still fall into 5’2 :)
Anonymous said: I have a friend that is friends with a certain FLYING fairy. She gets paid more than anyone else's friends for this very reason.
Ha that’s because there is insurance and liabilities involved ;) But that is so cool!
Anonymous said: So I've loved The Little Mermaid ever since I was young. I can quote the whole movie, even if it annoys people that I do. I wanted to become Ariel in Disneyworld, but I realized ariel is a mermaid, and wears a seashell bra showing her stomach, and I'm not really comfortable enough to walk around showing 5 year old girls that ariel has a muffin top. So that dream died. Then Tangled came out, and the dream came back. I seriously want to pursue this, but I feel like I'm too heavy to be rapunzel.
The dresses go up to a size 12, but the 12 fits more like an 8 or a 10 from what I understand. I hope this helps. You should just go for it anyway. You never know.
Anonymous said: my eyes are different colors from each other if i were to go in for an audition should i wear contacts or leave them natural?
When you go into audition, they want you to be as natural as possible and will probably be able to tell you are wearing contacts, so don’t wear them.
Anonymous said: Hi there! I was just wondering if you think that cast members might make some exceptions when it comes to height? Like if someone really looks like a certain character and just barely misses the height requirement.
I have heard of certain instances when they do, but it really just depends on the people that are hiring that day I think.