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Will Finn - Biography, Date of Birth, Place of Birth, Filmography
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Will Finn - biography, date of birth, place of birth, filmography, clips, Writer, Director, Actor.
Born November 1, 1958, USA - American animator, director, screenwriter and voice actor.
Finn appeared in the film arena in the early 1980s, first as a co-writer (adaptation of the story) for Don Blute's fantastic cartoon "The Secret of N. I. M. Kh." (1982). Will has worked with Don Bluth on his subsequent films, as well as other films for Disney Animation (Oliver & Company 1988, Pocahontas 1995, in which Will co-wrote). He acted as an animator for the cartoon characters The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) - Laverne, Aladdin (1992) - Iago, Beauty and the Beast (1991) - the butler Cogsworth.
In 2000, Will Finn became one of the directors of the family animated film The Road to Eldorado, and four years later, together with director John Sanford, he released the full-length animation film Don't Hit The Hoof. In 2006, Finn became the author of a 5-minute spin-off to the previous film, Hammy: A Story with a Boomerang. They also co-produced a 4-minute video "A Dairy Tale" with John Sanford. In 2005, the character of Hollywood Fish from the Disney adventure cartoon Chicken Chicken spoke with Finn's voice, and at the very beginning of his creative career he voiced one of the characters in the video game Space Ace at the Don Blute studio.
In 2013, viewers were able to see another new cartoon, created by Finn as the director of Oz: Return to the Emerald City. Artist and director Daniel St. worked with him on the cartoon. Pierre, who previously worked as a production designer on the animation films Tarzan, The Underwater Brotherhood, Winner and others. The cartoon is based on the book of the same name by Roger S. Baum. The film was created at the Summertime Entertainment studio, and its release was scheduled for 2010, but for some unknown reason, the premiere was postponed year after year, and was first shown only on June 14, 2014 at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival. Despite the not entirely warm reception of the cartoon by critics, the creators will soon promise to please young film gourmets with a continuation of the story and a version of the cartoon series.