Sulley

Other names:
'Kitty'
 & 
'James P. Sullivan'

Background

James P. Sullivan was a star in Monstropolis forever but it's only since the 2001 movie Monsters Inc. that he became famous in our realm too. He helped a whole generation of kids not to be scared of what is hiding in their closets or under their beds. Since his movie and it's 2013 sequel, Monsters University, he starred in various parades and Pixar events in Disney Parks. He also spends a lot of time meeting his fans at events in Disney World, on and off in Paris and spent a whole year on tour starring in a Disney on Ice production.

Sulley appeared at DLP - Disneyland Paris  & WDW - Walt Disney World

Characteristics

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Interaction Tips

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  • Call Sulley by the nickname 'Kitty' that his little human friend Boo gave him, he loves to be reminded about her.
  • Sulley is the best scare monster out there; show him your scariest face and see if you can scare him instead.
  • Ask Sulley if he has seen his best friend Mike around.

Photo Tips

  • Show your scariest face

Friends and family

George Sanderson
George Sanderson
George Sanderson
Disney park character George Sanderson
Art
Art
Art
Disney park character Art
Boo
Boo
Boo
Disney park character Boo
Needleman
Needleman
Needleman
Disney park character Needleman
Mike Wazowski
Mike Wazowski
Mike Wazowski
Disney park character Mike Wazowski

Foes

Roz
Roz
Roz
Disney park character Roz
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Appearances

show appearances

parade appearances

meetandgreet appearances

run appearances

selfiemeet appearances

promotion appearances

Autograph

Sulley's regular looks

Sulley in the Regular Look - 2002-... Outfit
Sulley - Regular Look - 2002-...
Sulley - Regular Look - 2002-...
Sulley - Regular Look - 2002-...
Sulley in the Regular Look - 2002-... Outfit
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