Bill Peet was an American children’s book illustrator and animator best known for his work on the Disney films “Cinderella,” “Dumbo,” “Fantasia,” “The Three Caballeros,” “Song of the South,” “So Dear to My Heart,” and others. He began his career at the firm in 1937 as an artist, originally working on Donald Duck cartoons before being transferred to the story department.
|Real Name||Bill Peet|
|Net Worth||$32 million|
|Age||87-years old (Died)|
|Death Date||May 11, 2002|
|Birthday||January 29, 1915|
|Famous As||American children’s book
illustrator and animator
He was born in Grandview, Indiana on January 29, 1915. As of 2021, he was 87 years old. On May 11, 2002, he passed away.
When he was born, his family was living in Grandview, Indiana. From 1937 until his death, he was married to Margaret Brunst.
He had a wife named Margaret. The couple has two sons, Stephen and Bill Jr.
Bill Peet’s height was unknown.
He stood at 5 feet 8 inches tall. He weights about 60 kg (132 lbs). He had golden hair and dark brown eyes.
Bill Peet worked on films such as Pinocchio, Fantasia, Dumbo, The Three Caballeros, Song of the South, Cinderella, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Sleeping Beauty, One Hundred and One Dalmatians, The Sword in the Stone, The Jungle Book, and others.
Bill Peet’s nett worth
Approximately the course of his career, he illustrated over 35 children’s books. He failed every academic class he took at Arsenal Technical High School. His nett worth is thought to be $32 million.