Phillip Background information Feature films Sleeping Beauty The Little Mermaid (cameo) Disney Princess Enchanted Tales: Follow Your Dreams Mickey's Magical Christmas: Snowed in at the House of Mouse Mickey's House of Villains Maleficent Descendants (upcoming) 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 Jubilation! Festival of Fantasy Parade Portrayed by Julian Morris (Once Upon a Time) Brenton Thwaites (Maleficent) 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 fairytale Sleeping Beauty by Charles Perrault James Dean Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh Honors and awards #9 greatest Disney Hero (Ultimate Disney) Character information 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 The one of Ulstead (in Maleficent) Alignment Good Goal To marry the girl he loves To save Aurora from Maleficent's spell Home King Hubert's castle Ulstead (in Maleficent) 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 Weapons Dagger Sword of Truth Shield of Virtue Fate Dances with Aurora(Sleeping Beauty) Watches Aurora being crowned the new Queen of the Moors and gets together with her (in Maleficent) Quote (to his father) "You're living in the past. This is the 14th century." [Source]