Lillian Disney Biography
(Wife of Walt Disnry)
Birthday: February 15, 1899 (Aquarius)
Born In: Spalding, Idaho, United States
Lillian Disney was the wife of American animator, producer, and entrepreneur, Walt Disney, and is considered to have been the sounding board for all of his ideas: big or small. She holds the credit of giving name to the most famous ‘mouse’ and a lot of other advices that have shaped the 130-billion-dollar company the world knows today. Even though she preferred being behind the curtains, she did not shy away from voicing her opinions in private! She was also an ardent traveler who used to accompany Walt on most of his trips. Fondly remembered by her daughter and her extended family, she was a warm woman who had modern perspectives, yet did not let go off her traditional roots. She played basketball in school and loved to laugh, not taking life too seriously. She was an amazing ‘Granny’ and enjoyed spending time with the children. Although, she had a happy childhood, coming from a humble family with nine siblings, she understood what it meant to have less, and used her millions to help fund causes she believed in.