Dallas Baptist University grad Brian Hull already knows what it's like to be an of-the-moment Internet celebrity. The singer released his version of "Let it Go" on YouTube in 2014, and it's since seen nearly 25 million views.
Hull's talent lies in his ability to sing impressions of cartoon characters such as Winnie the Pooh, Mickey Mouse, Snow White, Captain Hook and so many more. No Disney or Pixar character can escape Hull, it seems. And we don't want them to.
Hull says "Hello" from the cartoon side in his latest video, posted May 13. The former vocal performance student expertly sings Adele's Billboard No. 1 single "Hello" in the voices of dozens of characters.
Brian Hull's impressions are astonishing. Watch:
Hull's Winnie the Pooh and Tigger are perhaps the most thrilling. Close your eyes and you'd have no idea that's not the original voice actors. It's also fun to watch how Hull prepares himself for each character. At 2:24, for instance, he channels Mr. Smee from Peter Pan, pinching a corner of his cheek to get Smee's lisp just right.
"I've been doing impressions my whole life," Hull said in a Dallas Morning News interview in 2014.
"I just loved movies so much, I would memorize them and start quoting them to myself. ... I even tell my parents sometimes, 'I'm about to go study -- a movie.'"
Hull has since moved to Los Angeles and is a voice actor for video games, movies, theme park rides and commercials, he says via email.
"Someday, I'd like to become the voice of a Disney character," he says.
If you like his impressions, check out another fun one: Hull, impersonating Looney Tunes characters, singing One Direction's "Drag Me Down."