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Date Posted: Saturday, May 16, 02:24:43am
In reply to: She Becomes Third Coronavirus Death At Motion Picture & Television Country House and Hospital 's message, "Animator Ann Sullivan Dies of Coronavirus at 91" on Monday, April 13, 04:22:42pm


Ann Sullivan
[ Sara Ann McNeese ]
(April 10, 1929 April 13, 2020)


Ann Sullivan, an animator and ink-and-paint artist who worked on iconic films of the Disney Renaissance. Born in Fargo, North Dakota, followed her sister Helen to California, and after studying at the Art Center in Pasadena, landed a job at Walt Disney in the animation paint lab in the early 1950s. After a work hiatus - Ann was starting a family of four children - in 1973 she fought her way back into the business, at first at Filmation Hanna Barbera. But all she ever wanted to do was work at the Walt Disney Studios, and she did.

Ann rejoined the animation department in time to paint and ink on such Disney classics as The Little Mermaid, The Lion King and Lilo & Stitch. Stunningly, late in her career, she made the switch to computerized animated production at Disney until her retirement in the early 2000s.

Nick named "Giggles', You couldn't help but fall in love with her laugh. She had the best laugh of any person, Ann didn't just laugh with a sound. When she giggled, her whole body would shake and light up with joy, and it was contagious for everyone in the room.

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