Don Bluth was born on September 13, 1937 in El Paso, TX. Animator, producer, and director known for his work on "The Land Before Time" from 1988, "All Dogs Go to Heaven" from 1989, and "An American Tail" from 1986.
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Net worth: $2 Million
Animator, Producer, and Director known for his work on "The Land Before Time" from 1988, "All Dogs Go to Heaven" from 1989, and "An American Tail" from 1986.
He attended Brigham Young University and shortly thereafter began working as an Animator for The Walt Disney Company.
He and 16 fellow Disney animators founded their own production studio in 1979, with its first feature-length film being "The Secret of NIMH" from 1982.
His younger brother Toby Bluth became an Illustrator and his second cousin Mitt Romney lost the 2012 United States Presidential Election to Democratic incumbent Barack Obama.
He worked on the animated film "Anastasia," which featured the voice of Actress Meg Ryan.