Abigail Disney

Filmmaker, philanthropist, activist

Filmmaker, philanthropist, activist

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For Abigail Disney, growing up with that famous last name came with so much baggage that she almost ditched the Disney name altogether.

Abigail Disney remembers how things changed when Michael Eisner took over

For Abigail Disney, growing up with that famous last name came with so much baggage that she almost ditched the Disney name altogether.

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On December 10, during Disney’s four-hour investor conference, the company announced a long list of spin-offs and series for its Disney+ streaming service.

Abigail Disney on Disney’s moral breakdown: ‘I think the company needs to be saved from itself’

On December 10, during Disney’s four-hour investor conference, the company announced a long list of spin-offs and series for its Disney+ streaming service.

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