Michael Dudok de Wit


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Michael Dudok de Wit was born on July 15, 1953 in Abcoude, Utrecht, Netherlands. He is known for his work on The Red Turtle (2016), The Monk and the Fish (1994) and Father and Daughter (2000). See full bio »

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Known For

(2016)
The Monk and the Fish Animation Department
(1994)
Father and Daughter Animation Department
(2000)
Heavy Metal Animation Department
(1981)

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 2006 The Aroma of Tea (Short) (animator)
 2003 Raining Cats and Frogs (animator: elephants)
 2000 Father and Daughter (Short) (animator) / (background artist)
 1999 Fantasia 2000 (animator)
 1998 T.R.A.N.S.I.T. (Short) (animator)
 1998 Charlie's Christmas (Short) (animator)
 1994 The Monk and the Fish (Short) (animator) / (background artist)
 1993 Prince Cinders (Short) (animator)
 1981 Heavy Metal (animator - segment "Den")
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Won a high definition television from the Academy Motion Picture of Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) after giving the shortest acceptance speech at the Oscar ceremony. He subsequently donated the TV to a charity.

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