Coronation Street's Ben Price has revealed he was disappointed to be told by his four-year-old daughter he reminded her of Mr Potato Head.
The 40-year-old father-of-two - who plays charmer Nick Tilsley in the soap - is supporting Disney Junior's Million Disney Memories campaign to collect a million Disney memories which will be turned into £1 million for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity.
Ben revealed: "I now have children so watching the movies when I was young and watching them with my children, it becomes a very different place, you start watching them through your child's eyes.
"We watched Toy Story and I thought of myself as quite a Buzz Lightyear or a Woody, one of the more glamorous characters, and I did ask my daughter and she said I was Mr Potato Head."
The soap star visited the children of Great Ormond Street who are set to benefit from the campaign, which launches on Tuesday July 26th.
He said: "I found it uplifting and difficult. Some children have had 50 operations and they're only nine or 10."
Sir Michael Caine, Julie Walters, Lewis Hamilton and Billy Connolly are among the other celebrities to have shared their first Disney memories.
Julie revealed: "My first Disney memory was tramping through deep snow with my aunt to a local 'picture house' in Birmingham.
"I was completely grabbed by the gorgeous technicolor, the wonderful characters and the absorbing story and there began my love of cinema."
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