Even those who don't recognize Scott Weinger's face might still recognize his voice. He provided the voice of Aladdin in Disney's Aladdin, as well as in countless direct-to-video sequels and an animated TV show. Weinger first caught some attention with a two-episode appearance on the drama Life Goes On in 1989. Following the success of Aladdin in 1992, Weinger found a seemingly never-ending demand for his talent. Outside myriad Disney projects that employed him to continue providing the voice of Aladdin, like Disney's House of Mouse and Aladdin video games, Weinger has also found success in other projects. He played Officer Rubin on the sitcom What I Like About You in 2006, which he also wrote. Weinger also helped pen the tawdry nighttime soap Privileged in 2008.
Biography by Cammila Collar
- An appearance in a national commercial for Ideal Toys was his first professional acting job.
- Has reprised the role of Aladdin multiple times off the big screen, including in an animated TV series, direct-to-video sequels and several video games.
- Credits Dead Poet's Society for his going to Harvard and being an English major, saying he wanted to "wear a pea coat and be a New England guy" after seeing the movie, which featured his Aladdin costar Robin Williams playing a prep school teacher.
- Graduated from his Ivy League college with magna cum laude honors and a minor in French literature.
- Penned the 100th episode of 90210.