Coronavirus today: Died, Ann Sullivan, leader of ‘The little Mermaid’


The cheerleader for american, Ann Sullivan, died last Monday at 91 years of age by Covid -19. According to The Wrap, the news was confirmed by the organization the Motion Picture & Television Fund, in charge of managing aid to the workers of the film industry with limited resources.

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Sullivan devoted his life to the animation of important productions at the Walt Disney Studios. His first stage at the famous company began in the decade of the 50′, but then retired to take care of his family. Subsequently, he returned in the’ 70s until his retirement in 2000.

In this way, he participated in the animation of classics like ‘The lion king’ (1994) and ‘The little mermaid’ (1989), in addition to other tapes as ‘Lilo & Stitch’.

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Another industry figure who passed away recently after complications from Covid – 19 was Mark Blum. The actor of 69 years of age, was known for his character ‘Mr. Mooney’ in the series ‘You’, and for participating in movies such as ‘Desperately Seeking Susan’ (1985) in which he acted alongside Rosanna Arquette and Madonna.

In the same way he died the actor Andrew Jack, who participated in the last trilogy of ‘Star Wars’ and also was a standout coach dialects and accents. He worked with various Hollywood stars like Christian Bale and Robert Downey, Jr.

His most recent project in this field was for ‘The Batman’, a film whose shoot is currently on hold due to the global crisis by the pandemic.