Kellz, along with Ti, founded The 2econd Star blog page in June of 2013.
Hi guys, Kellz here! I am a certified Disney dork/nerd/fan since childhood. A little about me:
My favorite Disney movie: The Lion King (1994).
My favorite Disney Character: Roger Rabbit! I was a baby when Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) came out in theatres, but I remember the red suspenders, bowtie-wearing hero!
My favorite Disney Villain: Gaston, he’s more of a jealous jerk than pure evil (i.e. Evil Queen).
My favorite Disney park: Disneyland Park, of course. Walt’s Park and the original “themed park”.
My favorite Disney attraction: Disney’s Kilimanjaro Safaris Ride at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, Walt Disney World.
My favorite Disney Song: “Endless Night” as performed by Jason Raize from The Lion King (Original Broadway Cast Recording) (1999).
My favorite Disney memory as a child: Visiting Disneyland Park as a child (about age 8) with my family and riding Indiana Jones Adventure: Temple of the Forbidden Eye for the first time (we rode it twice, back-to-back!). That vacation we stayed in the Disneyland Hotel and had breakfast at Goofy’s Kitchen, where we met Belle, Beast, Chip, Dale, and Goofy!
My favorite Disney memory as an adult: So many! To make it simple I will simply say my experience as a Disney castmember at Walt Disney World (from August 2011- January 2012).
My favorite Disney possession as a child: Disney’s Read-Along books with cassettes. I had collections of these and would listen to the full-length songs at the end of each cassette and write down the lyrics in my notebooks!
My favorite Disney possession as an adult: My scrapbook collection I made after visiting Walt Disney World for the first time with my family (May 2010).
My favorite Disney TV show: I grew up during the airings of the Disney Afternoon cartoons and the ABC’s 1 Saturday Mornings. I can’t pick just ONE, but I will cheat and say I enjoyed both of those segments!
Disney plans for the future: I hope to one day become an Imagineer and help foster Disney memories for children and families for years to come!
Hope this helps. P.S. can you guess where I’m at in that picture above? Only true Disney Dorks know the significance!
“That’s right! A laugh can be a very powerful thing. Why, sometimes in life, it’s the only weapon we have.” – Roger Rabbit, Who Framed Roger Rabbit.