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BROTHER BEAR

CHUCK WILLIAMS (Producer) makes his feature producing debut on "Brother Bear” following a distinguished 14-year career at Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida. He has worked in a variety of production capacities at the Studio with credits on such films as "Roller Coaster Rabbit,” "The Little Mermaid,” "Beauty and the Beast,” and "The Lion King,” among others. 

Williams was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Ohio, Virginia, and West Virginia. His family settled in Starke, Florida when he was in sixth grade where he graduated from high school. He attended Florida Southern College in Lakeland, as well as University of London, where he studied theatre, and Florida State, where he earned a communications degree with filmmaking emphasis. He first delved into animation while in college, working with an artist on a short claymation film; between classes he worked in television news. After graduating in 1987, he worked as an assistant ADR editor on the popular TV series "Miami Vice,” and edited music videos for 2 Live Crew, as well as national and regional commercials. 

Williams joined Disney's Florida Studio the year it opened in 1989. His expertise in live-action and video production proved useful to the Studio, which was looking to bring new technology to the role of the editor. He made the transition smoothly, and in short time brought a new innovation to the fore by using Avid hard disk- based technology in the editing of an animated feature. 

Williams edited the Studio's debut project, "Roller Coaster Rabbit,” and did second-unit work on "The Little Mermaid,” "Beauty and the Beast,” "Aladdin” and "The Lion King.” Following "The Lion King,” he shifted to Feature Animation's Special Projects unit, working as editor and eventually producer on projects including the "Voyage of the Little Mermaid” attraction, the "Lion King” and "Aladdin” video games, the "Hercules” storybook, the Walt Disney World attraction "Legend of the Lion King,” as well as original animation for Disney's California Adventure.

In 1998, Williams took on the role of developing feature projects for Walt Disney Feature Animation Florida. This led to the development of "Brother Bear” and his role as producer of the film. 

Williams and his lovely wife Kim, are the proud parents of two children and he is proud to be a middle brother of three.

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