From Sesame Street to She-Ra and Beany & Cecil to Beauty and the Beast, Carl Bell worked on countless classics.
Rogowski’s studio was producing animation for the upcoming adaptation of Terry Pratchett’s The Amazing Maurice.
Gilbert Gottfried’s voice acting credits are many and vast, so we’ve collected some of our favorites to remember the comedian.
Harley Jessup, Henry Selick, and Brian Narelle share their memories of an iconic American filmmaker.
Entering the industry aged just 15, Ohashi left his indelible mark on many anime classics.
Gagnon was also an influential educator, teaching animation at Cégep du Vieux-Montréal for over two decades.
The films of “Bordo” were vivid portraits of the “little man” confronted with big problems.
Bernstein was a prominent woman writer in an industry dominated by men.
Hoffman also worked on Disney features like “Moana” and “Big Hero 6.”
Robbins, who was bipolar, had spent time in prison in recent years.
Camarillo worked across crucial but unsung roles, such as prop designer and background clean-up artist.
Wyatt was popular with fans for his stylized design takes on iconic characters.
Bendazzi helped develop the field of animation history, and wrote some of its definitive books.
Pacheco was the clean-up supervisor of Disney Animation’s last hand-drawn features, “The Princess and the Frog” and “Winnie the Pooh.”
From the lead character designer of “Bob’s Burgers” to the longest-living animation worker of all-time, a look back at the people our community lost in 2021.
She also wrote “Tokyo Godfathers” with Satoshi Kon and created “Wolf’s Rain.”
Ryan also created Elmo Aardvark, a pastiche of early animated characters.
Quaife-Hodge handled effects on a string of major features, from “The Secret of NIMH” to “Hercules.”
With Friz Freleng, DePatie ran a studio whose cartoons became network staples.
Goldner turned the toy company into a titan of entertainment — including animation.