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Andy from "Toy Story 3" is one of the characters in the Walt Disney Pictures/Pixar animated film.

Andy ("Toy Story 3"), Buzz and Woody's kind, imaginative young owner, is now nearly 18 years old and just days away from heading to college. His bedroom walls, once covered with Buzz Light-year posters, are now plastered with images of sports cars, rock bands and skateboarders. Although Andy no longer brings his old toys out from the chest for playtime, he hasn't been able to bring himself to get rid of them. With his imminent departure looming, and prodding from his mom, the time has come for him to decide the fate of his favorite toys.

The filmmakers called on John Morris, who provided Andy's voice in the first two films, to voice the character once again. John, like Andy, has grown up with the toys.

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