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20 Disney Stars Who Took EVIL Roles

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Here are 20 EVIL roles played by Disney stars over the years! Subscribe to our channel: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-Screenrant

Disney stars often grow up in front of our eyes in a happy little bubble filled with family-friendly shows, movies, and cartoons. This is why it can be a little jarring to see these actors move on from their Disney projects and step into some truly EVIL roles. From serial killers to ghosts and crime spree delinquents, see some of the most jarring and surprising parts these former House of Mouse stars took on over the years!

Disney loves their music-based sitcoms and after Hannah Montana left the airwaves, they find a suitable replacement with the angst-filled show Austin and Ally. Child-star Ross Lynch filled in the title role of Austin perfectly and even expanded his musical prowess for a pair of Teen Beach Movies. For several years now, Dove Cameron has been one of the top stars on the Disney Channel. First starring in Liv and Maddie and now a key part of the Descendants TV-movie franchise, Cameron has cemented her role as a Disney icon. Phil of the Future helped put child actor Ricky Ullman in the spotlight, but it Ullman probably didn’t see his own future as a guest star on a variety of crime shows. After two seasons of Phil of the Future from 2004 to 2006, Ullman nabbed numerous guest spots on shows like Law and Order: Criminal Intent, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, and Cold Case. Watch to see all of these stars and several others including Zac Efron, Selena Gomez, and Demi Lovato!

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