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

Karyl Ross "Ken" Harris (July 31, 1898 - March 24, 1982) was one of the most definitive Warner Bros. animators. He animated under Chuck Jones' unit since his first cartoon in 1938: "The Night Watchman", staying with Chuck through his 1960s Tom & Jerry cartoons. Before Chuck began directing, Ken worked on animating 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.

Looney Works

See the Category:Cartoons animated by Ken Harris


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