FYI, he's also the voice of Kovu from "The Lion King II: Simba's Pride," the cat-form of Thackery Binx from "Hocus Pocus," Haku from the English version of "Spirited Away" and like 75 billion other characters.
What's interesting about this video is Marsden actually does Goofy's (Bill Farmer) vocal part, not Max's. In the film, Aaron Lohr was the singing voice for Max, but from what I just heard, Marsden can hold his own, no problem. He straight-up slayed!
If that video alone wasn't enough to put you into nostalgia overload, then this other one will. Marsden also shared Tevin Campbell (aka Powerline from "A Goofy Movie") singing "121" (commonly referred to as "Eye to Eye") at the D23 Expo. One of the dancers is even wearing Powerline's iconic yellow shirt. Gawrsh!
Thanks for sharing these videos, Jason! Gonna go and rewatch "A Goofy Movie" for like the millionth time now. #bless