Drawn to animation since childhood, Goldberg wandered far afield before finding a home at the Walt Disney Studio. He worked abroad with some legendary names in the field and ran his own commercial ani...
|Chuck Jones: Extremes and In-Betweens -- A Life in Animation||2001 2000 - 2001||Actor||Interviewee||20017|
|The Line King: The Al Hirschfeld Story||1996||Actor||Himself||19967|
|Looney Tunes: Back in Action||2003||Actor||Voice of Tweety Bird, Marvin the Martian & Speedy Gonzalez||20037|
|Fantasia 2000||2000||Director||("Rhapsody In Blue" "Carnival of the Animals Finale")||4|
|Back In The Game||2013 2013||Writer||n/a||1|
|Fantasia 2000||2000||From Story||("Carnival of the Animals Finale" "Rhapsody In Blue")||1|
|Looney Tunes: Back in Action||2003||Storyboard Artist||n/a||1|
|Dinosaur||2000||Art Department||artist(additional visual development)||1|
|The 82nd Annual Academy Awards||2010 2009 - 2010||Animator||Louis Animator(What the Oscars Would Mean to Me: "The Princess and the Frog")||1|
|Winnie the Pooh||2011||Animator||(Rabbit)||1|
|Drew Carey's Green Screen||2005 2004 - 2005||Animation Director||("Racetrack")||1|
|The Pink Panther||2006||Animator||(Kurtz & Friends Crew)||1|
|Winnie the Pooh||2011||Animation Supervisor||(Backson Song)||1|
|The Princess and the Frog||2009||Animation Supervisor||(Tiana's Fantasy Sequence)||1|
|Fantasia 2000||2000||Animator||("Carnival of the Animals Finale")||1|
|The Princess and the Frog||2009||Character Design||(Visual Development)||1|
|The Princess and the Frog||2009||Animator||(Louis)||1|
|The Princess and the Frog||2009||Animator||(Miscellaneous Characters)||1|
|Invited by Disney to work on their animated feature "Aladdin"|
|While a college student, entered and won the grand prize in Kodak's Teenage Movie Awards with a short entitled "For Sale"|
|Worked briefly as an independent animator|
|Designed the Genie character and helped establish the film's style|
|Reteamed with Williams to serve as director of animation on the Emmy Award-winning ABC cartoon special, "Ziggy's Gift"|
|Began a four-year association with Williams|
|First professional assignment, served as an assistant animator (to Tissa David) on the character of Raggedy Ann in "Raggedy Ann and Andy"|
|Was drawing pictures of Woody Woodpecker by age four (with the help of his older brother)|
|Made Super-8 home movies|
|Teamed up with Mario Cavalli and Pam Dennis to open his own commercial studio, Pizazz Pictures; created hundreds of animated commercials--including some prize winners--for European and American products (date approximate)|
|Feature directorial debut, co-directed (with Mike Gabriel) Disney's "Pocahontas"|
|Directed, designed and animated commercials for Williams while working alongside such veteran animation figures as Art Babbit (of 1940s Disney fame) and Ken Harris (from Warner Brothers)|
|Began making his own "flip books" to approximate animation|
|Moved to London|
|First Disney feature credits, supervising animator (Genie) and character designs for "Aladdin"|
|Was drawing and photographing (a frame at a time) his own animated films by age 13|
|Came to the attention of British producer-director-animator Richard Williams while still a student; offered work on the feature "Raggedy Ann and Andy"|
|Worked for noted commercial animation director Oscar Grillo for six months in London|
|Moved to California with his family|
|Became the first animator assigned to work on "Aladdin"|
|Moved with family from Levittown PA to Cherry Hill NJ at age six|
|Susan Goldberg||Wife||met while working on a TV special "Ziggy's Gift" (1982) on which Goldberg served as director of animation|
|"Al Hirschfeld was a major influence in designing the Genie and many other characters in the film.... His drawings have an elegance of style and a way of presentation that look simple even though they're not. His work embodied the spirit and qualities that I was looking for. Rather than drawing a lot of anatomy, our approach was to be more graphic and make the lines much more simplified and curvy to give it a sense of freedom and spirit. Ultimately, the Genie looked like a curvy wisp of smoke. It was a perfect match for the 'Hollywood Arabian' style that (production designer) Richard Vander Wende came up with." --Eric Goldberg quoted in the press kit for "Aladdin".|
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