Oscar-winning animator Richard Williams dies at 86

Oscar-winning animator Richard Williams dies at 86

Acclaimed animator Richard Williams, who worked on hit films including ‘Roger Rabbit’ and the ‘Pink Panther’, has died.

The 86-year-old triple Oscar and triple Bafta winner, who was born in Toronto, Canada and moved to Britain in the 1950s, died at his home in Bristol on Friday, his family announced.

Williams was the animation director on the 1988 blockbuster ‘Who Framed Roger Rabbit?’ – creating characters including Roger and Jessica Rabbit.

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