Josh Gad cried when his daughter laughed at Frozen trailer
Josh Gad burst into tears of joy when his daughter recognised his voice in the 'Frozen' trailer.
The 'Wedding Ringer' star - who voiced the snowman Olaf in the Disney blockbuster - recalled a proud moment during a visit to the cinema with his daughter Ava, who at just two-year-old recognised her father's voice and started laughing at him.
Speaking on ITV's 'Good Morning Britain' this morning (21.05.15) he recalled: "My daughter was two years old, I took her to see 'Monsters University' ... So I took her to see that and there was a little trailer beforehand [for Frozen] and Olaf had no dialogue he just laughed, did this little goofy laugh, and she looked at me the first time he laughed and she said, 'Dada, more Dada', and she was two years old and I literally started crying, I was so touched."
Josh - who also has 15-month-old daughter Isabelle with his TV producer wife, Ida Darvish - also confessed he's only starting to experience how annoying the hit song 'Let It Go' is when sang repeatedly by your child.
Speaking about how his young daughter has started reciting it constantly, Gad added: "I'm starting to live the nightmare that every parent complains to me about."