Ann Sullivan was responsible for great classics like The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Pocahontas and Hercules.
The entertainment industry is no stranger to the global health crisis, proof of this has been the unprecedented closure of recording studios and movie theaters, and the paralysis of large film productions.
Added to the above are the regrettable human losses recorded in this sector as a consequence of the current health contingency. Last week the deaths of actors Allen Garfield and John Breier topped the headlines of the main information portals.
This time it's about Ann Sullivan, one of the brightest minds at Walt Disney Studios, creatively responsible for great contemporary Disney classics like The Little Mermaid, The Lion King, Pocahontas, Hercules, Tarzan and The Emperor's Folly.
The death of the drawing artist was recorded Tuesday at a nursing home for members of the film and television industry, located in the city of Los Angeles, California.
91-year-old Sullivan began his career as a cartoonist at Disney Studios and later became part of Hanna Barbera's team, until his definitive return to the Mickey Mouse house, being responsible for countless stories that for decades they fed the imagination and fantasy of millions of children and adults.