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Tony Fucile

Tony Fucile was born in 1964 in San Francisco, California, USA. He is known for his work on The Incredibles (2004), The Iron Giant (1999) and Aladdin (1992). He is married to Stacey. They have two children. See full bio »

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Known For

The Incredibles
The Incredibles Animation Department
(2004)
The Iron Giant
The Iron Giant Animation Department
(1999)
Aladdin
Aladdin Animation Department
(1992)
Brave
Brave Art Department
(2012)

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 2015/I Inside Out (animation sketch artist) / (story artist)
 2008 Igor (animator)
 2007 Ratatouille (additional character designer) / (animator: end titles)
 2005 Jack-Jack Attack (Video short) (lead animator)
 2004 The Incredibles (character designer) / (supervising animator)
 2001 Osmosis Jones (supervising animator)
 1999 The Iron Giant (character designer) / (head of animation) / (supervising animator) / (visual development artist)
 1996 Quack Pack (TV Series) (supervising animator - 1 episode)
- Ducky Dearest (1996) ... (supervising animator)
 1996 The Hunchback of Notre Dame (character designer) / (supervising animator: "Esmeralda")
 1994 The Lion King (supervising animator: "Mufasa")
 1992 The Ren & Stimpy Show (TV Series) (timing director - 3 episodes)
- Big Baby Scam/Dog Show (1992) ... (timing director - uncredited)
- Ren's Toothache/Big House Blues (1992) ... (timing director - uncredited)
- In the Army/Powdered Toastman (1992) ... (timing director - uncredited)
 1992 Aladdin (animator: "Aladdin")
 1992 Tom and Jerry: The Movie (animator)
 1992 FernGully: The Last Rainforest (animation director) / (animator) / (character designer)
 1990 Box-Office Bunny (Short) (key animator)
 1989 The Making of Me (Short) (animator)
 1989 The Little Mermaid (character animator)
 1988 Christmas in Tattertown (TV Movie) (animator) / (layout artist)
 1988 Oliver & Company (character animator)
 1987 Sport Goofy in Soccermania (Short) (animator)
 1987 Blondie & Dagwood (TV Movie) (animation keys)
 1987 Amazing Stories (TV Series) (principal animator - 1 episode)
- Family Dog (1987) ... (principal animator)
 1986 The Bugs Bunny and Tweety Show (TV Series) (animator - 1986)
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