Princess Jasmine is a fictional character, voiced by Linda Larkin in the Disney film, Aladdin and its two direct-to-video sequels, The Return of Jafar (1994) and Aladdin and the King of Thieves (1996), and the animated television series. Her singing voice was performed by Lea Salonga in the first movie, and Liz Callaway in the sequels.
She is the daughter of the sultan of Agrabah. Not wanting to marry any princes that her father suggests, she runs away and encounters the street urchin named Aladdin. They fall in love and agree to be married after Aladdin proves his worth by saving Agrabah from the evil vizier and sorcerer named Jafar.
Jasmine in the animated seriesEdit
Jasmine aids Aladdin, Abu, Iago, and the Genie in their adventures, often proving herself to be an invaluable aide in their adventures, and not just a damsel in distress. Her relationship with Aladdin develops during this series and culminates in their marriage in the third movie.
Jasmine in the video gamesEdit
Disney's Aladdin (video game) Edit
The game follows the plot of the movie. Jasmine appears in cutscenes and must be rescued from Jafar in the final level. At the end of the game, she and Aladdin fly by on the magic carpet. They kiss as the credits scroll..
Kingdom Hearts SeriesEdit
In the first Kingdom Hearts game, Princess Jasmine is kidnapped by Jafar and Maleficent. Aladdin teams up with Sora to save her, but she was taken by Riku because she is one of the Princesses of Heart. She appears again in Kingdom Hearts II, and explains the strange behavior of Aladdin to Sora, Donald and Goofy. The cause of Aladdin's behavior is his loneliness after Genie went to see the other worlds. When Genie comes back all is well again.