Oliver Postgate( English cartoonist)
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Biography Oliver Postgate
Oliver was born on April 12 of 1925 in England - in the family, Raymond Postgate and Daisy Lansberi. Santa multiplier - George Lansberi - at one time was a popular politician and the leader-activist.
. Paternal grandfather - John Percival Postgeyt - was well-known person - a specialist in the field of classicism.
. Postgate wanted to go to drama school, but his plans to prevent the Second World War - in 1943, Oliver started having problems
. He had to go into military service, but declined, soon came under the tribunal and was sentenced to three months imprisonment in the dungeons of Feltham Prison. Later on - he was released from prison. Later, Oliver worked on the farm until the end of the war, after - became social workers.
In the 1948th year Oliver Postgate returned to England and enrolled in drama school, trying to get what you want once the formation. Unfortunately (or fortunately), Oliver failed to find its own niche in this area, and soon Postgate interested in some form of art.
. In 1957, the multiplier of the future became manager of the independent television company Associated-Rediffusion, and some time later began to work in another London television organizations.
. Soon, Oliver was the author of amazing project about cute little mouse, who instantly fond of children
. After such a resounding success Postgate proceeded to create a new cartoon. The author created a scenario of 'The Journey of Master Ho (Ho Travel Wizard)', which was designed for deaf children. Subsequently, the project has been appreciated and rewarded. After some time, Oliver Postgate founded his own animation company.
. The multiplier was the author of numerous children's programs, including projects such as' Pingwings', 'Pogles' Wood', 'Noggin the Nog', 'Ivor the Engine', 'Clangers and Bagpuss' and others.
. From the fifties to the eighties of last century, Oliver was one of the most advanced animation and other television personalities areas
. For example, his children's TV project 'Bagpuss' was named the most popular in the 1999th year.
Oliver Postgate died in December of the year 2008. He died peacefully in a nursing home, in Brodsterse.