Russian Taylor, who gave a lovely voice to Mini Mouse in the famous characters of Disney, passed away at the age of 75. Walt Disney Company CEO Bob Iger shared this on Twitter. Taylor died on Friday in Glendale, California. Interestingly, Russian, Mickey was the wife of the voice of Wayne Oliveine. Wayne also died. Russi Taylor dies at 75.
Russian Taylor died on Friday in Glendale, California. Bob said in his statement, “With the passage of Russian Taylor, the mini mouse has lost its voice. Mini and Russian have worked for more than 30 years to entertain people around the world. A partnership that made the mini a global icon. Disney made Disney’s legend, for which fans have loved so much. Russians will always be remembered and deeply sympathetic to their family and friends.
Disney’s fan from childhood
Taylor gave voice to the Mini in various projects. Includes TV, theme park experience, animated shorts and theater films. Prior to her voice, she was a great fan of Disney since childhood. Taylor was married to the late actor Wayne Alvin, who gave voice to Mikey Mouse.
While working for Disney, Taylor met Walne Alvine. Valne gave voice to Mikey Mouse’s character since 1977. Both married in 1991 and both of them stayed together until the death of Valne in 2009.
Taylor has also given voice to many other classic TV animated series such as ‘Telspin’, ‘The Little Mermaid’, ‘Force Light of Star Command’ and ‘The Simpsons.’
Please tell that Russian Taylor has given voice to mini-icons in different platforms such as TV, Theme Park, Experience, Animated Short and Theatrical Films. Before giving voice to the mini-mouse, Russian was a huge Disney fan. Apart from the Mini, Russian has also voiced Donald Duck’s relatives Huey, Dewey, Louie and Webbidail Vanderquack in Original DuckTales. Russi Taylor dies at 75.