Ralph Eggleston Death Cause: Ralph Eggleston, a Pixar animator best known for directing the short film For the Birds, has passed away at 56. The artist won numerous awards in addition to his Academy Award for For the Birds.
How Did Ralph Eggleston Die?
The talented Pixar production designer, art director, and director, who has won multiple Annie Awards, created or art directed beloved movies like “Toy Story,” “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles,” “Cars,” “WALL-E,” and “Inside Out.” In addition, he won an Academy Award for writing and directing the 2000 short film “For the Birds.”
Longtime Pixar colleague and co-writer Roger Gould remarked of Eggleston’s passing, “He was a unique talent and a beautiful soul. We’re all better for having known him.”
Ralph Eggleston Wife
Little is known about his personal life since he was so secretive about that. As it stands, he is believed to have been unmarried and without kids since his marital and parental life has not been documented.
Ralph Eggleston Net Worth
Ralph Eggleston have an estimated net worth of $1 million as of his time of death.
Ralph Eggleston Cause of Death
After a protracted battle with pancreatic cancer, Ralph Eggleston, an Academy Award-winning animator, art director, storyboard artist, writer, director, and production designer, passed away this morning at his home in San Rafael. He was 56.
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