Angel is the deuteragonist of Disney's 2001 direct-to-video sequel to Lady and the Tramp, Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp's Adventure.
Angel's speaking voice was provided by American actress, Alyssa Milano, while her singing voice was provided by American actress and singer, Susan Egan, who also voiced Meg from Disney's Hercules four years prior.
Appearance and PersonalityEdit
Angel is a petite, beautiful young dog with large and expressive grayish-blue eyes, smooth, dark peach fur with a light, pinkish-peach underbelly, a small, purplish nose, and thin, well-shaped eyebrows. One of her ears are naturally bent for unknown reasons.
Considering the fact that she's been living in a junkyard for the majority of her life, she looks quite clean, kept, and well-groomed.
Despite her beauty, Angel is street-wise, sarcastic, slightly cynical, independent and kind. Due to a rough history with humans, Angel is initially distrustful of them, and has a strong belief that she doesn't belong to anyone. However, as the film progresses, she comes to realise that love and a place to call "home" is something everyone needs. She enjoys being independent and unreliant, but will willingly help someone if or when they need assistance (but only if she likes them). Her soft, insecure interior is often concealed by a tough and spirited facade. Angel's personality is reminiscent of Annabeth Chase from the Percy Jackson book series.