Olaf

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Olaf

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Katakana オラフ Other Emblem.png
Rōmaji Orafu
Voice actors (En:) Josh Gad [1]
Homeworld Arendelle
Origin Frozen
Game Kingdom Hearts III
Olaf

Kingdom Hearts Union χ
Frozen (2013)
A snowman created from Elsa's magical powers. He's innocent, outgoing, and loves all things summer.
"Nope! Never met 'em. Don't know anyone blue, green, or who's oddly spiky."
—Olaf regarding Sora, Donald and Goofy

Olaf is a character from Arendelle in Kingdom Hearts III. He originated in the Disney film Frozen.

He follows Anna and Kristoff in their search for Elsa.

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Kingdom Hearts III[edit]

Appearance[edit]

Olaf is a short snowman. He is composed of five snowballs; one head-shaped snowball for his head, a smaller snowball for his upper torso, a large snowball for his lower body, and two very small snowballs for his feet. He has two small twigs on his head to resemble hair, eyebrows, black eyes, a carrot for his nose, twigs for arms, and three black pebbles to resemble buttons. His only teeth are buck teeth on his upper mouth.

Personality[edit]

Origin[edit]

Olaf first appeared in the 2013 Disney film Frozen, voiced by Josh Gad. Originally, Olaf was a snowman created by Elsa for Anna when the two were little, but collapsed after Elsa accidentally froze Anna. Thirteen years later, Elsa recreates Olaf when testing her powers, but unknowingly brings him to life.

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