Santino Fontana, who recently jumped from playing Prince Topher in Cinderella to portraying Moss Hart in the upcoming Act One on Broadway, is thrilled with Broadway-bound Frozen's recent Oscar win while genially denying he had anything to do with it.
“It’s such a great movie, and I am honored to be a part of it,” Fontana, who voices antagonist Hans in the hit animated feature, told Broadway.com. “I worked [on the film] for like five days, so it feels like I was a sperm donor and then the son becomes President. You’re like, ‘Great! I had very little to do with that, but great!’”
Fontana credits producer Peter De Vecho and writer/directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck with the film’s massive success. “They really made that movie,” he said. “And I was able to be a little bit of that, which is awesome. It’s going to be a ride at Disneyland—how cool is that? And I’m the villain!”
“Oh,” Fontana laughed, “if you haven’t seen it by now. I’m sorry, but what is wrong with you?"
Watch Fontana sing Frozen's "Love Is an Open Door" with Kristen Bell below.