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Alan Bodner

 

BIOGRAPHY:

Alan Bodner has been an important entertainment animator for decades, first entering the scene in the early 1970s. After graduating from the prestigious Art Center College of Design, Bodner was quickly picked up to work on such famous shows as “Mighty Mouse,” “The Fat Albert Show,” and “Heckle and Jeckle.” By 1982, he was working as a supervising graphic artist for ABC News in New York City. When, in 1986, he made the monumental decision to leave NYC and move to Hollywood, he had no way of knowing how rewarding and long-standing the relationship he was beginning with Warner Bros. Animation would be. Bodner was invited to work the short films of beloved characters such as Bugs Bunny and Daffy Duck; his skill and dedication eventually earned him tenure.

Ever-rising, Bodner won an Annie, the highest honor given for excellence in animation, in 1999 for his work on the WB animated feature film, The Iron Giant. Soon after, he moved to Miramax Television to work on Kevin Smith’s “Clerks: The Animated Series,” after which he was welcomed into Walt Disney Television Animation, where he currently works as an art director. As always, Bodner continues to work on new, exciting animated adventures.
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