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  • Tzipporah
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  • Tzipporah is the wife of Moses and a supporting character in the film The Prince of Egypt. She was voiced by Michelle Pfeiffer, who did both her speaking and singing voice.
  • Tzipporah is the true deuteragonist of The Prince of Egypt. Michelle Pfeiffer did both her speaking and singing voices, being one of very few exceptional actors whose characters sang, as most singing characters were each voiced by actors who didn't do their own singing and sung by professionals. In the beginning of the movie Hotep and Huy offer her to Rameses as a concubine. Rameses gives her to Moses after she nearly bites him, who ultimately helps her escape captivity.
Alignment
  • Good
Goal
  • To help Moses free the Hebrews
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Dislikes
  • Being treated like property, arrogance, egotism, slavery
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Voice
Likes
  • Freedom, her family, being a shepherdess, faith, supporting Moses
Appearance
  • Beautiful, slender, dark skin, black hair, amber eyes, barefoot, blue dress ,two-part blue dress that exposes her belly button
Name
  • Tzipporah
Personality
  • Sweet, kind, serious, helpful, playful, protective, clever, resourceful, fiery
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Fate
  • She reforms and rejoices with Moses and the Hebrews as they begin their journey to The Promised Land
Alias
  • Desert Flower
Weapons
  • Rope
Enemies
Home
  • Midian , The Promised Land
Occupation
  • Sheperdess, Moses's wife
Family
Films
Friends
  • Rameses II , Hotep & Huy , Moses, Miriam, Aaron, God, the Hebrews
Quote
  • "Look...look at your people Moses. They are free."
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  • Tzipporah is the true deuteragonist of The Prince of Egypt. Michelle Pfeiffer did both her speaking and singing voices, being one of very few exceptional actors whose characters sang, as most singing characters were each voiced by actors who didn't do their own singing and sung by professionals. In the beginning of the movie Hotep and Huy offer her to Rameses as a concubine. Rameses gives her to Moses after she nearly bites him, who ultimately helps her escape captivity. Moses crosses many miles of desert, and eventually reaches the land of the Midians, Tzipporah's people, who worship the Hebrews' god. After Moses saves Tzipporah's sisters from bandits, he is welcomed warmly into the tribe by their father Jethro, the High Priest. After assimilating in this new culture, Moses becomes a shepherd and gradually earns Tzipporah's respect and love, culminating in their marriage.
  • Tzipporah is the wife of Moses and a supporting character in the film The Prince of Egypt. She was voiced by Michelle Pfeiffer, who did both her speaking and singing voice.
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