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Disney Characters that Start with W

Disney Characters that Start with W

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The wonderful world of Disney is also filled with hundreds of wonderful characters.

Can you name some of the most popular Disney characters starting with W?

Disney characters that start with W include Woody, WALL-E, Wendy Darling, the White Rabbit, and Winnie the Pooh.

Orphan Wart, hero Wasabi, time traveling Wilbur, Willie the giant, and Wreck-it Ralph also start with W.

Read on for a complete list of Disney characters beginning with W.

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Undle Waldo (The Aristocats)

Undle Waldo is the uncle of the goose twins Abigail and Amelia, who meets Duchess and her kittens when he is very inebriated.

He had just escaped from becoming the special on a French chef’s menu.

WALL-E (WALL-E)         

WALL-E is a Waste Allocation Load Lifter – Earth Class that was left on Earth by Buy n Large to clean up the piles of trash made by mankind, making the planet fit for human life again.

He worked for several centuries alone and gained consciousness.

Things become exciting for WALL-E when he meets another robot and potential proof that life can return to Earth.

Walrus (Alice in Wonderland)

Tweedledee and Tweedledum tell Alice the story of the Walrus and the Carpenter.

The Walrus is always manipulating his Carpenter friend to do all the work while he gets all the reward.

This comes to a head when the pair trick a group of baby oysters into becoming dinner, and the Walrus eats them all without the Carpenter.

Wardrobe (Beauty and the Beast)

Wardrobe was a lady in waiting in the home of the Beast but was turned into an anthropomorphic household object when the Beast was cursed, specifically a wardrobe.

She comforts Belle when she is imprisoned in the castle and helps her choose the perfect dress as her relationship with the Beast develops.

Wart (The Sword in the Stone)

Wart is the common nickname used for young Arthur, the orphaned son of Uther Pendragon.

His guardian Sir Ector and foster brother, Sir Kay, gave him the unkind name, and he continued to use it when he was with Merlin until his true identity as Arthur Pendragon is revealed.

Wasabi (Big Hero 6)

Wasabi is a student of applied physics at the San Fransokyo Institute of Technology and joins the group of heroes called Big Hero 6 following the death of Tadashi.

Wasabi has great martial arts skills, which he enhances with a plasma blade weapon.

Wendy (Peter Pan)

Wendy Darling loves to tell her younger brothers, George and Michael, about the adventures of Peter Pan.

Peter also likes to hide under the window and listen to her stories.

She becomes very sad when her parents tell her that she needs to grow up.

Hearing that she is upset, Peter Pan shows himself and takes Wendy, George, and Michael to Neverland, where they never need to grow up.

While Wendy enjoys her life in Neverland, her youngest brother Michael soon starts to forget their parents.

She realizes that this happens to all the children in Neverland and that they must return home.

Mr. Wesley (Home on the Range)

Mr Wesley is a black-market cattle trader that sells the cows stolen by cattle rustler Alameda Slim.

As part of their takedown of Slim, the cows Maggie, Grace, and Mrs Calloway eventually beat up and imprison Mr Wesley.

Wheezy (Toy Story 2)

Wheezy is a squeaky penguin who accidentally ends up at the family yard sale.

Woody saves him, but himself gets stolen by the collector Al.

White Rabbit (Alice in Wonderland)

The White Rabbit is an inhabitant of Wonderland.

When Alice sees him looking at a pocket watch and fretting about being late, she follows him into Wonderland.

She follows him through Wonderland. The first time they meet, he mistakes her for his housemaid Mary Anne, and then a monster as she grows to an enormous size.

She finds him again as he passes through the Mad Hatter’s tea party and then follows him to the court of the Queen of Hearts, where he is a herald.

Wiggins (Pocahontas)

Wiggins is the manservant of Governor Ratcliffe. He cares for his dog Percy and is Ratcliffe’s principal confidant.

After the conflict with the natives, Wiggins joins the others in sending Ratcliffe back to England.

He notes that he was very disappointed in his former master.

Wilbur (Meet the Robinsons)

Wilbur Robinson is Lewis’ son. When he sees that Bowler Hat Guy steals a time machine, he follows the villain through time and warns a younger version of his father about him.

Naturally, Lewis thinks he is crazy.

He makes several deals with the younger version of his father to try and gain his help in defeating Bowler Hat Guy and not disrupting time too much.

Wilbur (The Rescuers Down Under)

Wilbur is a seagull and the brother of Orville.

When Bernard and Miss Bianca can’t find Orville to take them to Australia, they travel with Wilbur instead.

He is initially reluctant to make the long flight because of the snow, but when he is told that a young boy has been kidnapped, Wilbur goes above and beyond to help with the rescue.

Wilden Lightfoot (Onward)

Wilden was the husband of Laurel and the father of Ian and Barley, but the elf died unexpectedly when Barley was a toddler, and Laurel was only pregnant with Ian.

He leaves a spell for his sons to cast when Ian was 16 that would let them bring him back for a day so that he could see how his sons were doing.

Wilhelmina Packard (Atlantis)

Wilhelmina Packard may be getting on in years and is a consummate chain smoker, but she is one of the best radio operators in the business.

She participates in the expedition to find the Shepherd Journal and later joins the expedition to Atlantis.

While initially joining the expedition for the money, she teams up with Milo to protect Atlantis and its riches.

Willie the Giant (Fun and Fancy Free)

Willie the Giant lives in the land at the top of the beanstalk.

When he kidnaps a Golden Harp that brings prosperity to the land below, the peasant Mickey must bring it back.

While Willie is very strong and has a variety of magical powers, he is not very bright, and Mickey eventually manages to retrieve the Harp.

Winnie the Pooh (Winnie the Pooh)

Winnie the Pooh is a bear toy that belongs to Christopher Robin and lives in the imaginary Hundred Acre Woods.

He is a kind and funny bear with a passion for honey, which often leads him into trouble.

Pooh is always ready to help his friends, including Piglet, Rabbit, and Tigger.

Winston (Oliver and Company)

Winston is the butler for the Foxworth family and is responsible for young Jenny when her parents are away.

He is initially reluctant to let Jenny adopt the cat Oliver, but when he sees how happy the cat makes Jenny, he relents.

Winston Deavor (The Incredibles 2)

Winston Deavor has been a fan of superheroes since the death of his parents.

He firmly believes that if supers had not been outlawed, they would have saved his mum and dad.

As an adult, he is the head of a major telecommunications company.

He is determined to use his position and power to change what people think about supers and bring them back.

Woody (Toy Story)

Woody is a cowboy toy and the favorite toy of his owner Andy.

This makes him a leader among the toys, who come alive when Andy isn’t looking and work hard to make him happy.

His position is threatened when Andy receives a new Buzz Lightyear toy.

Jealousy of Buzz and some misunderstanding lead Woody to be rejected by the other toys.

Wreck-it Ralph (Wreck-it Ralph)

Ralph, Wreck-it Ralph, Disney

Ralph is a character in the Fix-it Felix Jnr game.

His job is to destroy things for Felix to fix, but while he is just doing his job, the Nicelanders who inhabit the game don’t like Ralph.

This leaves Ralph feeling underappreciated, so he decides to leave the game and find a new game where the other characters will like him.

Wynnchel (Wreck-it Ralph)

Duncan Wreck it Ralph Disney

Wynnchel is one of two donut police officers in the Sugar Rush game that help King Candy maintain order.

King Candy often uses them to do his dirty work, and he sends them after Ralph and Vanellope when they threaten to undermine his power in the game.