Walt Disney – A man of self-commitment
Walt Disney is an American cartoonist, producer, animator, voice actor, entrepreneur and co-founder of The Walt Disney Company.
This company is commonly known as The Disney Company. He had 50 nominations being a director, out of which he got 22 Oscars.
Disney, born in Chicago in 1901, has always been interested in arts.
As a youngster, he used to sell his drawing to the neighbors for little money.
When he grew up, he began to pursue a career in art and got a job as a newspaper.
But he got fired because according to the publisher he lacked imagination and had no good ideas.
Later on, Disney decided to open his own animation business named laugh-o-grams, in laugh-o-gram studio he hired more animators.
Laugh-o-gram studio was unable to produce enough studio which eventually fell bankrupt in 1923.
Walt Disney didn’t give up despite of all these failures. With the circuit full of dreams, along with his clear ideas and twenty dollars in his pocket, he headed to Hollywood, to make his dreams come true.
With popular characters like Mickey Mouse and Snow White, his animations became a huge success in 1955.
Another dream of all Disney came true, the amusement park Disneyland opened in California.
Today there are 11 different parks around the world and the Disney Company continues to produce new series and movies.
In his tenure, he produced many successful series of animation which lead him to be the most famous animator all over the world.
Whatever the era will be, Disney would be the central figure for any animation series.
His creations would always be alive in the hearts and minds of people all the time.
“If you can dream it you can do it.”