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Gerald Scarfe


Gerald Anthony Scarfe, CBE (born 1 June 1936 in St John's Wood, London) is an English cartoonist and illustrator. He is best known for his work with Pink Floyd, particularly on their 1979 album 'The Wall', its 1982 film adaption, Pink Floyd: The Wall (1982) (1982), and tour (1980-81), as well as the music video for "Welcome to the Machine". He's ... See full bio »

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Known For

Pink Floyd: The Wall Animation Department
(1982)
Hercules Production Designer
(1997)
Omnibus Director
(1971)

Filmography

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 2004 King of Fridges (TV Movie) (original title designer)
 2004 Beauty (TV Movie) (original title designer)
 1989 Forty Minutes (TV Series documentary) (presenter - 1 episode)
- I Like the Girls Who Do (1989) ... (presenter)
 1986-1988 Yes, Prime Minister (TV Series) (title sequence - 16 episodes)
- The Tangled Web (1988) ... (title sequence)
- The National Education Service (1988) ... (title sequence)
- The Patron of the Arts (1988) ... (title sequence)
- Power to the People (1988) ... (title sequence)
- A Conflict of Interest (1987) ... (title sequence)
 1980-1984 Yes Minister (TV Series) (title sequence - 22 episodes)
- Party Games (1984) ... (title sequence)
- The Middle-Class Rip-Off (1982) ... (title sequence)
- The Whisky Priest (1982) ... (title sequence)
- The Bed of Nails (1982) ... (title sequence)
- The Moral Dimension (1982) ... (title sequence)
 1975 The Nearly Man (TV Series) (title designer - 1 episode)
- Power Base: April 1975 (1975) ... (title designer)
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Other Works:

Artist. Very distinctive style (see Pink Floyd: The Wall (1982) for great example)

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From his long relationship to Maureen Kerr (from ca. 1959 to ca. 1969) he had one son, Rupert Alexander (b. December 9th 1966, d. February 5th 2015). His first wife was children's writer Marcia Williams (b. August 8th, 1945) (from ca. 1969 to ca. 1971) and they had one daughter, Araminta. His second and current wife is actress Jane Asher (b. April 5th, 1946). They met in 1971, and they married ... See more »

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Thick eyebrows

Star Sign:

Gemini

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