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Ralph Steadman (II)


Ralph Steadman was born on May 15, 1936 in Wallasey, Cheshire, England as Ralph Idris Steadman. He is known for his work on Leviathan (1997), Jackanory (1965) and Almonds and Raisins (1984). He has been married to Anna Deverson since 1972. They have one child. He was previously married to Sheila Thwaite. See full bio »

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Leviathan
Leviathan Art Department
(1997)
Jackanory
Jackanory Art Department
(1970-1971)
Almonds and Raisins
Almonds and Raisins Art Department
(1984)
Men Behaving Badly
Men Behaving Badly Art Department
(1996)

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 1997 Leviathan (TV Series) (graphics - 1 episode)
- Episode #1.1 (1997) ... (graphics)
 1996 Men Behaving Badly (TV Series) (logo - 1 episode)
- Jamie's Got Next ... (logo)
 1984 Almonds and Raisins (Documentary) (art work)
 1970-1971 Jackanory (TV Series) (illustrator - 2 episodes)
- Two Cats in America/Mog, the Forgetful Cat (1971) ... (illustrator: Two Cats in America)
- The Little Prince and the Tiger Cat/The Emperor's Rhyme (1970) ... (illustrator: The Little Prince and the Tiger Cat)
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