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Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty. Costa is an operatic soprano.

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  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty. Costa is an operatic soprano.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She received the National Medal of Arts in 2021.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She received the National Medal of Arts in 2020.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She is a receipient of the 2020 National Medal of Arts.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American retired opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She is a receipient of the 2020 National Medal of Arts.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American retired opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She is a recipient of the 2020 National Medal of Arts.
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  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty. Costa is an operatic soprano.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She received the National Medal of Arts in 2021.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She received the National Medal of Arts in 2020.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is a retired American opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She is a receipient of the 2020 National Medal of Arts.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American retired opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She is a receipient of the 2020 National Medal of Arts.
  • Mary Costa (born April 5, 1930) is an American retired opera singer and actress. Her most notable film credit is providing the voice of Princess Aurora in the 1959 Disney animated film Sleeping Beauty, for which she was named a Disney Legend in 1999. Costa is an operatic soprano. She is a recipient of the 2020 National Medal of Arts.
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