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Roy Paul Madsen Edit Profile

artist , educator , film animator , sculptor

Roy Paul Madsen, American educator, film animator, artist, sculptor. Recipient Stacey prize, 1958, Jessie E. Lasky award, 1962; Huntington Hartford fellow, 1955-1956, Hollywood Screen Director's Guild fellow, 1960.

Background

Madsen, Roy Paul was born on July 7, 1928 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Helmer Johan and Esther Nicola (Ellingsen) Madsen.

Career

Film animator Kling Studios, Chicago, 1951—1954. Artist, 1954—1964; lecturer cinema University Southern California, 1961—1963. Film producer, lecturer Syracuse University, 1963—1966.

Professor film department telecommunications and film San Diego State University, since 1966. Media consultant Department Justice, Department State, United States Information Agency, major corporations. United States Information Agency speaker, 24 countries.

Works

Membership

Member of American Film Institute, Cinema Circulus, International Association Film Animators, Society Motion Picture and television Engineers, University Film Association, National, International wildlife associations, The Westerners, Sierra Club.

Connections

Married Barbara Jean Tozier, September 6, 1952. Children: Sally Dawn, Mark Hunter, Kristie Sue.

father:
Helmer Johan Madsen

mother:
Esther Nicola (Ellingsen) Madsen

spouse:
Barbara Jean Tozier

children:
Sally Dawn Madsen

Mark Hunter Madsen

Kristie Sue Madsen