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Rick Baker is a living legend. Plain and simple. He's been nominated for a total of 12 times for an Oscar and has won 7; his first win for the incredible transformation sequence in An American Werewolf In London. (Which is quite frankly still to this day the best werewolf transformation ever put to film.) And let's not forget his contributions to Michael Jackson's Thriller, the Men In Black movies, the amazing work he's done on Eddie Murphy over the years in films such as Coming To America (with his American Werewolf director John Landis) and The Nutty Professor. Looking over his body of work is just tremendous. And it's equally as fun to listen to the soft spoken artist speak about his love of the art, as well as all things monsters!

In Part 1 of his episode with Mick Garris for Post Mortem, Baker confesses to growing up as a "monster »

- Rob Galluzzo

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