3 Time Oscar-Winning Animator Richard Williams Dies passed away

Aug 19 2019 12:57 PM
3 Time Oscar-Winning Animator Richard Williams Dies passed away

The three-time Oscar Award has been said goodbye to the world by Hollywood's Famous Animator Richard Williams. At the age of 86, he breathed his last. Richard is well known for his role as animation director in the 1988 live-action film Whoo Framed Roger Rabbit. It is reported that Richard passed away on Friday 16Th August at his Bristol-based home.

In a statement to The Guardian newspaper, Richard's family confirmed his death and said: 'The 86-year-old three-time Oscar and BAFTA winner passed away at their Bristol-in-the-house on Friday. He was born in Toronto, Canada, and came to the UK in 1950.'

Richard Williams was debunked by The Little Island in 1958 and was also commanded to award him the BAFTA. He has also given Hollywood many great characters like Roger and Jessica Rabbit. He also animated the title sequence for the classic films The Return of Pink Panther and The Pink Panther Strikes Agen in the '70s. In 1971, he was awarded the first Oscar Award for his animated film, A. Christmas Carol, based on the book of Charles Dickens.

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