Ken Harris

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Ken Harris
General information
Born: Karyl Ross Harris
July 31st, 1898
Tulare Co., California
Died: March 24th, 1982 (aged 84)
Los Angeles, California
Cause of death: Parkinson's Disease
Alternate names:
Years active: 1927 - 1982

Karyl Ross "Ken" Harris  (b. July 31, 1898-d. March 24, 1982) was one of the most definitive Warner Brothers animators. He animated under Chuck Jones' unit since his first cartoon in 1938: The Night Watchman, staying with Chuck through his 1960's Tom & Jerry cartoons. Before Chuck began directing, Ken worked on animated two Friz Freleng cartoons: Streamlined Greta Green and The Lyin' Mouse, as well as one Frank Tashlin cartoon: Have You Got Any Castles?. Ken directed his own cartoon in 1959: Hare-Abian Nights, which was a "cheater," starring Bugs Bunny and Yosemite Sam.