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Nicholas Wulstan Park
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Nick Park is an English stop-animation animator who is famous for his creation of Wallace and Gromit and other works. Contributions to Animation He won 4 out of 6 of the oscars that he was nominated for throughout his career.
He laid down the ground work for future animators of short films and is considered a modern day pioneer in the industry.
Nick was drawn to animation and cartoons at 13-years old
He made films with the help of his mother
In 1985, he was hired at Aardman Animations in Bristol, England
Creature Comforts won him his first Oscar Steps to Success Creature Comforts Nicholas Wulstan Park
born on: December 6, 1958
grew up in Lancashire, England
He studied Communication Arts at Sheffield Polytechnic (now Sheffield Hallam University) and then attended the National Film and Television School, where he created the first Wallace and Gromit film, "A Grand Day Out."
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