By: Joy Ramsingh
Mr. Disney was born December 5, 1901 in Hermosa Chicago Illinois, United States. He died December 15, 1966 in Burbank, California, United States.
The Birth of a very successful man!
Mr. disney's home town was Chicago Illinois. Mr. Disney has two children that are girls their names are Diane Disney Miller and Sharon Mae Disney. Also Lillian Disney was his beautiful wife she was very smart and pretty.
*All About him*
Mr. Disney was an american business agent, sketch craftsman, artist, voice on-screen character and producer. As an artist and aggressive individual, Disney was particularly noted as a maker and an acclaimed performer, and a trailblazer in development and event congregation layout. He and his staff made different recounted characters including Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy. Disney himself was the first voice for Mickey. In the midst of his lifetime, he got four advantaged Academy Awards and won 22 Academy Awards from a total of 59 determinations, including a record of four in one year,issuing him a more prominent number of rewards and assignments than some other individual ever. Disney also won seven Emmy Awards and gave his name to the Disneyland and Walt Disney World Resort entertainment stops in the U.S., and what's more the all inclusive resorts, Tokyo Disney Resort, Disneyland Paris, and Hong Kong Disneyland.
When Disney returned from France in 1919, he moved back to Kansas City to pursue a career as a newspaper artist. His brother Roy got him a job at the Pesmen-Rubin Art Studio, where he met cartoonist Ubbe Eert Iwwerks, better known as Ub Iwerks. From there, Disney worked at the Kansas City Film Ad Company, where he made commercials based on cutout animation. Around this time, Disney began experimenting with a camera, doing hand-drawn cel animation, and decided to open his own animation business. From the ad company, he recruited Fred Harman as his first employee.
Walt and Harman made an arrangement with a neighborhood Kansas City theater to screen their kid's shows, which they called Laugh-O-Grams. The kid's shows were gigantically prevalent, and Disney had the capacity get his own studio, whereupon he offered the same name. Snicker O-Gram procured various workers, including Harman's sibling Hugh and Iwerks. They did a progression of seven-moment tall tales that joined both cutting edge and liveliness, which they called Alice in Cartoonland. By 1923, then again, the studio had ended up loaded with obligation, and Disney was compelled to bow out of all financial obligations.
Walt Disney was an American motion-picture and television producer and showman, famous as a pioneer of cartoon films and as the creator of Disneyland.
He went to Benton Grammar school, School of Art Institute of Chicago, and Kansas City Art Institute.
His wife was Lillian Disney.
One of his friends were Alice Davis. Alice was hitched to one of Walt's most skilled and extraordinary craftsmen, Marc Davis—whose workmanship and work is presently on perspective in a presentation, Leading Ladies and Femmes Fatales: The Art of Marc Davis, here at The Walt Disney Family Museum. Be that as it may the truth of the matter is that Alice was, in her own right, a big cheese in the Disney association. She was profoundly included in Walt's work in the 1964 World's Fair, strikingly "its a little world." Additionally, she and Marc were both near to Walt's arrangements for another sort of workmanship school, which got to be CalArts. Here a couple of her memories of her time with Walt.
One of his famous quotes!
The 5 things!
1. He dropped out of high school to join the army.
2. Mickey Mouse’s original name was “Mortimer”.
3. He was the original voice behind Mickey Mouse.
4. He was determined to produce a feature-length animated movie, even when everyone thought the idea was crazy.
5. He could be the US government’s best friend.