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Prince Phillip
Background information
Feature films Sleeping Beauty
The Little Mermaid
Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams
Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse
Mickey's House of Villains
Short films
Television programs House of Mouse
A Poem Is...
Once Upon a Time
Video games Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep
Hidden Worlds
(temporary scene)
Park attractions Fantasmic!
Dream Along With Mickey
World of Color
The Golden Mickeys
Mickey's Once Upon a Christmastime Parade
Walt Disney's Parade of Dreams
A Christmas Fantasy Parade
Festival of Fantasy Parade
Portrayed by Julian Morris (in Once Upon a Time)
Brenton Thwaites (in Maleficent)
Portrayed by
Animators Milt Kahl
Voice Bill Shirley
Roger Craig Smith (2002-2007)
Josh Robert Thompson (current)
Performance model Ed Kemmer
David Beckham and Zac Efron (Disney Dream Portrait Series)
Inspiration The Prince from the fairy tale Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault
James Dean
Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh
Honors and awards
Character information
Full name
Other names
Personality Brave, heroic, easy-going, daring, princely
Appearance Slender, fair skin, brown hair, brown eyes, black-and-gray outfit, brown pants, black boots, red cape, red hunting hat
Occupation Prince
Alignment Good
Goal To marry the girl he loves
To save Aurora from Maleficent's spell
Home King Hubert's castle
Relatives King Hubert (father)
Princess Aurora (wife)
King Stefan (father-in-law)
Queen Leah (mother-in-law)
Pets Samson (horse)
Allies Samson, Aurora, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather
Enemies Maleficent, Diablo, Goons
Likes Aurora, singing, dancing, adventure, riding through the forest with Samson
Dislikes The Forbidden Mountain, thorns, fire, traps, dragons, Aurora in danger
Powers and abilities
Weapons Dagger
Sword of Truth
Shield of Virtue
Fate Dances with Aurora
Quote "You're living in the past. This is the 14th century."

Prince Phillip is the love interest of Princess Aurora, and the deuteragonist of Disney's 1959 film Sleeping Beauty.



Phillip was the first Disney prince to be given a proper name and a developed character. He is said to have been named after the prince that Americans knew of best at the time, Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Elizabeth II. The idea of him being captured by Maleficent was a discarded idea originally meant for the Prince from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, as the animators at that time had problems drawing a realistic human male.


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Prince Phillip.

Phillip is known to be brave and heroic. On the other hand, he appears to be fairly easygoing. At times, he is able to subtly persuade people to do as he wants. Examples include Phillip bribing his horse with food so that he could find the source of the singing he heard, and manipulating his father into agreeing that he should marry the girl he loves rather than the princess he is betrothed to.

Physical appearance

Phillip has brown hair and brown eyes (his eye color though is hard to distinguish due to the animation style of the film). He appears to be several years older than Aurora, as he was a young child while she was still an infant. Phillip is generally seen wearing a tan tunic over a black shirt, with brown pants and boots that frame tightly around his slim, but fair built physique. He also is seen wearing a red cape and hat at times.


Sleeping Beauty

Young Phillip and his father King Hubert were both invited to the christening of Princess Aurora, the newborn daughter of King Stefan and Queen Leah, because King Hubert and King Stefan were best friends. At Aurora's christening, it was decided that Phillip would one day marry Aurora to unite their fathers' respective kingdoms. The two were betrothed. Phillip presents a gift to the baby Princess, but ironically is less than impressed when he sees her. However, at the Princess' debut to the public, Maleficent came inside the castle, and young Phillip was afraid of her. She cursed the princess on her birthday with the spindle of a spinning wheel, so the Three Good Fairies make a deal with Stefan and Leah to take Aurora into the forest to raise her for her own safety.


Phillip and Aurora meet.

Many years later, a grown-up Phillip is riding in the forest when he hears a young girl's voice singing, and orders his horse Samson to take him there, but on the way, Samson goes too fast and accidentally knocks Phillip into the water. After falling into the water, Phillip hangs his wet cape, hat and boots on tree limbs to dry, and wonders about the girl's voice, which sounds familiar, but then he turns around and notices that some forest animals have taken his clothes. When he follows the forest animals, he finds the girl who is singing (Briar Rose, alter ego of Princess Aurora), and he starts dancing with her. She tries to run away, but he continues to dance with her, and says that they have met before in "Once Upon a Dream". By the end of "Once Upon a Dream", they have fallen in love, and Phillip asks the girl what her name is, but she realizes that she must go home, so she runs off. Still not knowing who the girl is, Phillip asks when he will see her again, to which she tells him to meet her at the cottage this evening, and gives him directions to the cottage as she leaves. Phillip is entirely unaware that the girl he has fallen in love with is actually his betrothed, Aurora, so he assumes her to be a peasant girl. Later, when speaking to his father, Phillip tells Hubert that he has fallen in love with a peasant girl, to which Hubert is dismayed, due to the betrothal, but Phillip manipulates him into agreeing that he should marry the girl he loves.

That evening, Phillip goes to the cottage as promised by the girl he has met earlier, but he walks into a trap set by Maleficent as her Goons pin him down, tie him up, and gag him upon entry. Maleficent and the Goons take Phillip away to her domain, the Forbidden Mountain, where she imprisons him in the dungeon. Flora, Fauna, and Merryweather, after learning from King Hubert that the girl Phillip has fallen in love with is Briar Rose, fly to the cottage to fetch him, but when they arrive, they find his hat, making them realize that Maleficent has captured Phillip. They decide to go to the Forbidden Mountain to rescue him.

At the Forbidden Mountain, Phillip, while chained to the dungeon walls, is visited by Maleficent, who taunts him with the knowledge that Briar Rose, the girl he has met in the woods, is actually Princess Aurora and revealing that she has fallen under a curse of ageless sleep that can be broken by love's first kiss. Maleficent plans to keep Phillip locked up for 100 years and then release him. He will be an old man, if not dead, while Aurora will still be a 16-year-old girl. Phillip is angered and struggles against his chains, but Maleficent chooses to leave him with the "happy" thoughts.

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A heroic Phillip and Samson in battle with Maleficent.

After Maleficent walks away and returns to her tower, the good fairies fly into the dungeon to release Phillip and melt the lock. They arm him with the mighty Sword of Truth and Shield of Virtue, which they state to be weapons of righteousness that will triumph over evil. As the fairies and Phillip leave the dungeon, they are confronted by Diablo, who summons the Goons to recapture the prince. The fairies thwart the Goons' attacks on Phillip with their magic as Phillip and the fairies make their way out of the Forbidden Mountain. On their way to Stefan's castle, Maleficent, who have been awakened by the constant cawing of Diablo (who is turned into a statue by Merryweather) and realized that Phillip has escaped from the dungeon, unleashes some lightning to stop Phillip, but to no avail. Maleficent then causes a maze of thorns to grow around the castle and block his way. Phillip bravely hacks through the thorns using his sword and manages to get through, enraging Maleficent. Maleficent appears before him, blocks his entry to Stefan's castle and transforms into an enormous dragon, intent on killing the prince. Phillip engages the creature into a battle, but is driven backwards by the dragon's powerful flame blast. He retreats up the cliff, with the dragon in hot pursuit. As Phillip is cornered at the cliff's ledge, Maleficent blasts Phillip's shield off, rendering him defenseless, but the good fairies, under the direction of Flora, magically empowers the sword. Phillip immediately throws the sword into the dragon's chest, but is forced to dodge Maleficent's final attempt to devour him as she collapses onto the ledge. Phillip narrowly escapes for his life as the dragon's enormous weight cause the ledge to crumble upon impact, sending the evil enchantress falling to her demise below.

Phillip and Aurora living their happily ever after.

With Maleficent gone for good, Phillip enters Stefan's castle to find the entire population asleep. He heads up the stairs to the castle's tallest tower, where he finds Aurora, still in her ageless sleep. He bends over to give Aurora true love's first kiss, which finally awakens her from her eternal slumber. The princess smiles as she learns that her love and her betrothed are the one in the same. After the others in the castle, including King Hubert, King Stefan and Queen Leah, awaken from their sleep, Phillip then heads downstairs with Aurora, arm in arm, and meets Aurora's parents and Phillip's father. The two then share a dance together and share another kiss, with the final words in the book, below the illustration of the couple kissing, reading "And they lived happily ever after."

House of Mouse

Phillip is one of the many Disney characters who appears as a guest in the TV series House of Mouse. In the episode "House of Genius", he is seen in the lobby with Princess Aurora, waiting to be welcomed by Donald, who was sleeping on his job. Phillip was also seen alongside Aurora during the finale song in Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse.

Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams

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Phillip with Aurora in Follow Your Dreams.

In Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams, Phillip is one of the characters from Sleeping Beauty to make an appearance, now voiced by Roger Craig Smith rather than Bill Shirley. At the beginning of the "Keys to the Kingdom" segment, Phillip is set to leave the kingdom along with his father and Aurora's parents for two days for a Royal Conference, leaving Aurora to reign over it in their absence. Before departing, Phillip encourages Aurora to do a good job while in charge of the kingdom, and tells her to look at the brightest star at night, as he will be doing the same. Phillip returns at the end of the segment, and is part of the celebration for Aurora's duty.

Live-action appearances

Once Upon a Time


Julian Morris as Prince Phillip.

Phillip appears in the popular ABC series Once Upon a Time. He is portrayed by Julian Morris. During his search to find Princess Aurora (played by Sarah Bolger), he and his traveling companion Mulan (played by Jamie Chung) are frozen in time for 28 years during the time the Dark Curse is in effect. When Emma Swan, the daughter of Snow White and Prince Charming, breaks the curse in Storybrooke, they continue their search. After Phillip finds Aurora and wakes her up with True Love's Kiss, the reunion is cut short by a creature called a Wraith. Phillip fights the creature, but is marked to be killed by the emblem by its medallion. When Phillip, Mulan and Aurora set up camp in the forest, he sneaks away to face the Wraith alone. Mulan and Aurora follow him to stop him, but before the Wraith sucks out his soul, Phillip says "I love you", but it is unclear if he said it to Aurora or Mulan. He seemingly dies in the arms of both women, and is taken back to the same resting place where Aurora slept. Cora later captures Aurora, and tries to use her to get useful information by telling her that Phillip's soul has traveled to another world. Later, Aurora escapes and tells Mulan that Phillip can be saved. In another episode, which takes place before the dark curse is cast, Phillip is turned into a fiery monster by Maleficent. Belle hunts the monster, and douses it with water. The monster then writes "save me" on the ground. Belle uses fairy dust to help the creature, and it turns back into Phillip. He thanks Belle for saving him, and reveals to her that Maleficent cast a spell over him to keep him away from Aurora. Belle then introduces Phillip to Mulan, and leaves them to help her true love, Rumplestiltskin. He returns in the second season finale, somehow revived, and with Aurora and Mulan, and they find Neal Cassidy washed up on the shoreline.

In the Season 3 premiere, Phillip, Mulan and Aurora help Neal gain his health back. It is later revealed that Phillip and Aurora are expecting a baby. Sometime later, everyone who was sent to Storybrooke by the Dark Curse return to the Enchanted Forest, and Aurora and Phillip greet them. However, after welcoming everyone back, the two of them realize that they must tell the the Wicked Witch of the West that Storybrooke's residents have returned. If they do not give her this information, she will take their child. However, Aurora and Phillip break their deal with revelation to Regina, Belle, Snow White and Charming on the primal goal of the witch on Snow White's baby. Angry, the Wicked Witch transforms them into flying monkeys. After the Wicked Witch is defeated, Leroy reveals that Aurora and Phillip became human again.


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Prince Phillip in Maleficent.

Phillip has appeared in live-action form in the Maleficent film. He was portrayed by Australian actor Brenton Thwaites.

He plays a less active role in the film, but does meet Aurora, and the two fall madly in love. When Aurora falls into her deep slumber by the curse, Maleficent finds Phillip and takes him to the castle, hoping his brief meeting with her will be enough to wake her. Unfortunately, it does not, but Maleficent's own motherly love to Aurora as a daughter is enough to wake her.

He is last seen witnessing Aurora being crowned the new Queen of both the human and fairy kingdoms, and the two look at one another and smile. It is implied that this officially starts his strong blossoming romance with her after the movie.

Video games

Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep

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Prince Phillip appears as an ally in Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep, in the Enchanted Dominion. He becomes an ally to Aqua when she visits Enchanted Dominion.

Phillip's role in the game starts out much like his role in the original film. Phillip has had a dream of his betrothed Princess Aurora since before their encounter in the forest, although he was unaware of her identity at that time. Aurora readies to flee home, but Phillip asks to see her again, and she tells him to meet her at her cottage. That night, he visits the cottage and falls right into Maleficent's trap after the princess's curse came true.

Sometime later, Aqua, a Keyblade master, becomes captive as well. The three fairies, Flora, Fauna and Merryweather descend to rescue the prince and the Keyblade master after Ventus released Aurora's lost heart from Maleficent's clutches. Together, they transcend to King Stefan's castle to awake the princess from the spell. However, Maleficent appears before them, and engages them in battle, in the form of a monstrous dragon. Aqua and Prince Phillip come together to fight the witch, but when Aqua gets blocked by a wall of flames, Phillip is forced to face her alone. The fairies enchant his sword, allowing him to defeat Maleficent. With Maleficent's magic weakened, Prince Phillip makes his way to the princess and breaks the spell with true love's kiss.

During the ending credits of Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, the prince is seen dancing with Aurora in the audience chamber of the castle. Disapproved by their respective colors, Flora and Merryweather continuously change the colors on Aurora's dress with magic.

He is voiced by Josh Robert Thompson (English) and Tōru Furusawa (Japanese).

Disney Parks


Phillip in the Festival of Fantasy parade.

At the Disney theme parks, Phillip appears as a rare meet-and-greet character. He is usually seen with Aurora in events. For meet and greets, Phillip is sometimes found at the Disneyland Resort in California and mostly in Disneyland Paris.

Phillip makes a cameo appearance in World of Color during the "So Close" sequence. Phillip is also seen in the Jubilation! parade and the show One Man's Dream II: The Magic Lives On!, and also a brief scene with him and Aurora dancing on a cloud in Disney Dreams!.

Phillip has his own spell card known as "Phillip's Enchanted Sword" in the attraction Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom.

He also appears in a new outfit for the Magic Kingdom's Festival of Fantasy Parade.


In Disney's Hollywood Studios' version, Phillip is seen in the water projector during the Princess Melody. At the end of all versions of the show, Phillip can be spotted with Aurora.

Dream Along With Mickey

Phillip attends the castle party as one of Mickey Mouse's special guest, and enjoys a waltz with Aurora and other Disney couples. Phillip later appears at the end, taking part of the finale.


Sleeping Beauty

  • "I'm awfully sorry. I didn't mean to frighten you."
  • "A stranger? But don't you remember?"
  • "We've met before."
  • "Well, of course. You said so yourself. Once upon a dream."
  • "Now, father, you're living in the past. This is the 14th century!"
  • (Mounting his horse) "And marry the girl I love."
  • (Riding off) "Goodbye, father!"
  • "But when will I see you again?"
  • "Never?"
  • "When, tomorrow?"
  • "Where?"
  • (Hearing Aurora's singing) "You hear that, Samson? Beautiful."
  • "What is it? Come on, let's find out."
  • "Aw, come on. For an extra bucket of oats? And a few... carrots?"
  • "Hup, boy!"
  • "Whoa!"
  • "No carrots."


  • "I'm looking for a girl."
  • "I'm on my way to King Stephan's castle and I cannot find the way."

Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep

  • "Don't you remember? We've met before."
  • "Who are you? What's your name?"
  • "I must see you!"
  • "Who are you?"
  • "To prevent me from breaking her evil curse. I was to meet the most beautiful girl at a cottage in the glen, but now my true love lies in an eternal slumber...and only I can break the spell."


The Disney Wiki has a collection of images and media related to Prince Phillip.


  • Prince Edward's animated form in Enchanted is based on Prince Phillip's design.
  • Phillip is the first Disney Prince to have been given a proper name.
  • He was named after Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh, husband of Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom, since he was one of the few real princes familiar to the animators.
  • Unlike the first two princes from Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs and Cinderella, Phillip is a more active character and has more speaking lines. In fact, Phillip is the first Disney Prince to be an active character.
  • After Phillip's capture by Maleficent and her minions, Phillip has no more dialogue.
  • In the original French story (not by Disney), the prince was from another family from the sleeping princess after the 100 years and that his mother was from a race of ogres and had been married by the prince's father for her wealth.
  • In the original Disney Princess: Follow Your Dreams, Aurora was going to celebrate Phillip's birthday. In this same movie, it was going to be revealed that his birthday is on August 18th.
    • It is unknown how many years older Phillip is than Aurora, but he seemed about 4-6 at the beginning.
  • Prince Phillip (via the film Sleeping Beauty) is listed as an example of an ideal Paladin upon which to base one's character according to The Complete Paladin's Handbook, an Advanced Dungeons & Dragons (2nd Edition) supplement. He was perhaps the only character in a Disney film to receive this honor until Joan of Arc was referenced in Frozen.
  • The young Prince Phillip has blond hair, but the adult Phillip has brown hair. However, it is known that many Caucasian children are born with blonde hair, but changes as they mature.
  • Prince Phillip's mother was not seen or mentioned in the movie, which means she could have passed away.

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Films: Sleeping Beauty | Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams | Maleficent | Descendants | Maleficent 2
Television: House of Mouse | Once Upon a Time | Sofia the First
Video Games: Kingdom Hearts: Birth by Sleep | Disney INFINITY | Maleficent Free Fall | Disney INFINITY: 2.0 Edition
Books: Little Golden Book | Disney's Wonderful World of Reading | Classic Storybook | My Side of the Story: Sleeping Beauty/Maleficent | The Curse of Maleficent: The Tale of a Sleeping Beauty | Once Upon a Dream: From Perrault's Sleeping Beauty to Disney's Maleficent | Big Golden Book | Sleepy Time with Aurora
Music: The Legacy Collection: Sleeping Beauty | Maleficent (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

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Sleeping Beauty Castle | Le Château de la Belle au Bois Dormant | The Golden Mickeys | Sorcerers of the Magic Kingdom


Sleeping Beauty: Princess Aurora | Prince Phillip | Flora, Fauna and Merryweather | Maleficent | Diablo | King Stefan | Queen Leah | King Hubert | Forest Animals | Samson | Maleficent's Goons | Minstrel
Enchanted Tales: The Duke
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Storybrooke | Maine | The Jolly Roger | Enchanted Forest | Dark Palace | Dark Castle/Rumplestiltskin's Castle | Prince Thomas' Castle | Cinderella's Chateau | Neverland | Skull Rock | Wonderland | New York | Boston, Massachusetts | Land of Oz | Emerald City | Arendelle | Agrabah | The Sultan's Palace | Sherwood Forest | Hamelin | The Mushroom | Ring of Stones


Maleficent's Staff | Magic Wand | Spinning Wheel | Magic Lamp | Dark One's Dagger | Enchanted Hearts | Enchanted Candle | Pixie Dust | Dreamshade | Jafar's Snake Staff | Pandora's Box | Vorpal Blade | Silver Slippers | Sorcerer Hat | Enchanted Broom | Cruella's car | Enchanted Shell | Merida's Bow | The Enchanted Rose | Sword in the Stone

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