The Voice of Disney's Mickey Mouse, Wayne Allwine, Passes Away


Wayne Allwine, the voice of Disney’s Mickey Mouse for the past 30 years, has died from complications of diabetes. He was 62.

Allwine is the third person to voice the beloved character. He started in 1977 working on “The New Mickey Mouse Clubhouse”. Through the years, he has provided countless hours giving a voice to Mickey, including the film, “Mickey’s Christmas Carol” and even for the “Kingdom Hearts” video game series. He was named a Disney Legend in 2008.

Allwine leaves behind a wife, Russi Taylor, who is the current voice of Minnie Mouse. They were married in Hawaii in 1991.:mickey:


Aww…that’s sad. Too young to pass away.


Awww, that’s so sad. He was very young by today’s standards. Thoughts and prayers for his family and friends.


Thats so upsetting! Pixie dust to his family


So sad, he was so young. I hated to read that.


That is to young to pass away. I think it was sweet that he and his wife worked as Disney’s main couple…very sweet. My thoughts and prayers are with his family.