A decade after 12 year-old Susan Egan played a ballet dancing Russian doll in "Six Weeks," she was cast by Tommy Tune in his touring interpretation of "Bye Bye Birdie. " Quitting UCLA, she moved to New York and, in 1994, landed the role of Belle in the original stage production of "Beauty and the Beast" and has continued to voice the role for numerous Disney Princess products. Since becoming Broadway's longest-running Sally Bowles in "Cabaret," she has also been acclaimed for headlining "The Unsinkable Molly Brown" and "Thoroughly Modern Millie" and has become a popular concert and cabaret star. In comparison, Egan's work on screen has been more low key. Disney cast her as Meg in "Hercules" and she has since supplied the singing voice of Angel in "Lady and the Tramp 2: Scamp's Adventure" and played Gina and Lin in the redubbing of the Hayao Miyazaki animes "Porco Rosso" and "Spirited Away." She has also voiced video games and made guest appearances on numerous TV shows, while also taking the recurring role of Mary in the sitcom "Nikki." In the late-90s, she had supports in little-seen comedies like "Man of the Century" and "Lucid Days in Hell" and had her scenes cut from "Galaxy Quest." Yet Sean S. Cunningham gave her the lead in the reality TV horror "XCU: Extreme Close Up," which she followed with the romance "Falling. In Love." Subsequently, she has appeared in such comedies as "Death and Texas," "13 Going On 30" and "Meet Market."