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Finding Dory brings back some key members of the Finding Nemo voice cast, including Albert Brooks as Marlin and of course Ellen DeGeneres as Dory. But one who couldn’t reprise his role was Alexander Gould, who voiced Nemo in the original film. The reason is obvious: Gould was a small child when he recorded the original Nemo, but nowadays he’s a grownup with a grownup’s voice, whereas Nemo has only aged a few months since the last time we saw him.
Fortunately, Finding Nemo and Finding Dory director Andrew Stanton found another way to work Gould into the film. After the jump, learn where you can find the Finding Nemo actor in Finding Dory.
Cinema Blend noticed Gould’s name in the credits of Finding Dory, and got the chance to ask Stanton about it. Here’s the filmmaker’s response:
Alexander Gould — I just spent so much time with Alexander on the first movie. It just felt right to, now that he was 21, to bring him back...
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