Tim Burton

Burton in 2012 Timothy Walter Burton covering Burton's career as an artist and filmmaker, though it is cited as William by other sources, such as the Tim Burton Collective.}} (born August 25, 1958) is an American animator, director, producer and writer. Known for pioneering goth culture in the American film industry, Burton is famous for his gothic horror and fantasy films. He has received numerous accolades including an Emmy Award, and a Golden Globe Award as well as nominations for two Academy Awards and three BAFTA Awards. He was honored with the Venice International Film Festival's Golden Lion for Lifetime Achievement in 2007 and was given the Order of the Arts and Letters by Culture Minister of France in 2010.

Burton made his directorial film debut with the comedy ''Pee-wee's Big Adventure'' (1985) and gained prominence for ''Beetlejuice'' (1988) and ''Edward Scissorhands'' (1990). Burton also directed the superhero films ''Batman'' (1989) and ''Batman Returns'' (1992), the animated films ''Corpse Bride'' (2005) and ''Frankenweenie'' (2012), the science fiction films ''Mars Attacks!'' (1996) and ''Planet of the Apes'' (2001), the supernatural horror film ''Sleepy Hollow'' (1999), the fantasy-dramas ''Big Fish'' (2003), ''Alice in Wonderland'' (2010), ''Dark Shadows'' (2012), and ''Dumbo'' (2019), and the musicals ''Charlie and the Chocolate Factory'' (2005) and ''Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street'' (2007) and the biographical dramas ''Ed Wood'' (1994) and ''Big Eyes'' (2014). Starting in 2022 Burton has directed several episodes for Netflix series ''Wednesday'', for which he received a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series.

Burton has frequently collaborated with Winona Ryder, Michael Keaton, Johnny Depp, Jenna Ortega, Helena Bonham Carter (his former domestic partner), Catherine O’Hara, Eva Green and Christopher Lee as well with composer Danny Elfman, who scored all but three of Burton's films. Burton has released several books including ''The Melancholy Death of Oyster Boy & Other Stories'' (1997). Provided by Wikipedia
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