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RANDY FULLMER (Producer) has played a key role at Disney since 1987, and most recently served as producer of Disney's wacky animated feature, "The Emperor's New Groove” (2000). His first assignment for Walt Disney Feature Animation team was as an effects animator for the Toontown segment of Touchstone Pictures' landmark fantasy, "Who Framed Roger Rabbit.” He went on to provide effects animation for "Oliver & Company” and "The Little Mermaid” before moving up to visual effects supervisor on "The Rescuers Down Under” and "Beauty and the Beast.” In recognition of his talent and contribution, Fullmer was given the newly created role of artistic coordinator and played an important role in shaping the looks of "The Lion King” and "The Hunchback of Notre Dame.” In the latter role, he worked closely with the directors and other artistic supervisors to push the boundaries of their art form. Born and raised in Richland, Washington, Fullmer found an outlet for his musical talents at the age of 11 when he became the lead guitarist for a rock band ("The Isle of Phyve”), which toured extensively and made several recordings. At Washington State University, he became interested in animation and he went on to study experimental animation at CalArts. Following graduation, he started his own company and provided animation for "Sesame Street” and other projects.


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