Kelly Asbury at 60: Srek 2 directed by two Oscar-nominated directors and “Spirit: Stallion of Cimarron”
- A native of Texas died of abdominal cancer complications at his home in Los Angeles on Friday morning
- Asbury’s role-playing and voice-over roles in Shrek 2 made the sequel into a blockbuster blockbuster, earning a $919.8 million box office with a budget of $150 million, as well as Oscar and Anne. Award nomination
- When he directed and co-authored the animated fantasy comedy “Genomo” and Juliet (2011), his two other Anne Award nominations also came.
- Asbury’s impressive resume also includes the story artist who served as Pixar’s classic Toy Story (1
- He finally entered DreamWorks in the second half of 1995 and directed his debut in Spirit in 2002 and shared responsibilities with Lorna Cook.
Kelly Asbury is known for directing Oscar award-winning animated films-Spirit: Qimarong Stallion (2002) and Shrek 2 (2004)-at the age of 60 at the time of death.
A native of Texas died on Friday morning at his home in Los Angeles and died of abdominal cancer.
Nancy Newhouse Porter, representative of Newhouse Porter Hubbard, told reporters: “He is one of the most respected and respected people in the industry .” deadline.
RIP: Twice Oscar-nominated director Kelly Asbury died on Friday at the age of 60
Asbury’s role-playing and voice-over roles in Shrek 2 made the sequel into a blockbuster blockbuster, earning a $919.8 million box office with a budget of $150 million, as well as Oscar and Anne. Nomination of the award.
When he directed and co-authored the animated fantasy comedy “Genomo and Juliet” (2011), he received two other nominations for the Anne Award. The versatile artist also provided the sound of the small Red Goon Gnomes in the film.
From 1983 to 1995, he won stars in Walt Disney cartoons and produced storyboards for several popular animated films, such as “Black Pot” (1985), “The Little Mermaid” (1989), “Savior” (1990) and “Beauty and the Beast” (1991)).
A sensation: Asbury’s role-playing and voice acting role in Shrek 2 (2004) made this continuation into a sensational blockbuster, which received a box office of $919.8 million with a budget of $150 million. Also nominated for Oscar and Anne Awards
Asbury’s impressive resume also includes work as a story artist in Pixar’s classic Toy Story (1995), which earned $373.6 million in revenue from a $30 million budget.
He eventually entered DreamWorks in the second half of 1995 and directed his debut in Spirit in 2002 and shared responsibility with Lorna Cook.
His talents also include writing and illustrating twelve published children’s books, including “Rusti’s Red Holiday”, “Bonnie’s Blue House” and “Yoranda’s Yellow School.”
Widely acclaimed: This Texas native was also nominated for an Oscar for co-directing “Spirit: Snow Horse Stallion” (2002)
Asbury also wrote a non-fiction book (Dummy Days) (2003), which focuses on the 20th century cartoonist Jeff Dunham, Sha Li Lewis, Jimmy Nelson, Edgar Bergen and Paul Wincher.
By the early 2010s, he briefly returned to Disney to produce storyboards for Invincible Destruction King (2012) and Frozen (2013).
He recently directed “Smurfs: The Lost Village” (2017) for Sony Pictures Animation and “UglyDolls” (2019) for STX Entertainment.
Later work: Asbury’s recently directed “The Smurfs: The Lost Village” (2017) is a Sony Pictures Animation movie, and “Ugly Doll” (2019) is a STX Entertainment movie