|Real name||Lewis Scarborough Jr.|
|Other names||Louis Scarborough|
|Born||May 27, 1953|
|Date of death||August 5, 2013|
|Profession or hobby||Animator, storyboard artist, comic artist|
Lou Scarborough (born May 27, 1953 in Sumter, South Carolina, USA; died August 5, 2013 in Glendale, California), was a professional traditional 2D animator, storyboard artist and comic artist who lived in Pasadena, California.
Lou Scarborough was born in Sumter, South Carolina, but moved with his father and siblings to New York City, a place he didn't desire to be. There he would work on several animation projects, including his first animated feature, Raggedy Ann & Andy: A Musical Adventure, along with friends Dan Haskett and Tom Sito.
In the 1970s, Lou and Dan Haskett would visit the High School of Art and Design in Manhattan, showing their amazing drawings who would inspire many of the attending students at the time (including a young Sito). Lou would even teach young comic artists at the Joe Kubert's school in Dover, New Jersey.
He would eventually move to Toronto, Canada, where he would work for Nelvana Enterprises, Inc., continuing to move to the West Coast via Seattle until he finally reached and settled in Hollywood, California, where he would work for a myriad of television cartoons and animated features, and commercial companies such as Warner Bros. Consumer Products and Disney merchandising. Lou would eventually win an Emmy for his work in Warner Bros. TV Animation's Taz-Mania.
Lou debuted in comics with DC Comics' New Talent Showcase #15 (1985) and kept a hand in comics ever since. As an established comic artist, Lou became an (on-and-off) member of the Comics Arts Professional Society (CAPS), and would continue to be so until his ultimate passing in 2013.
Lou Scarborough passed away in August 5, 2013 in Glendale, California, USA, of metastasized colorectal cancer before he could start chemotheraphy. His last request the day prior to Marc Schirmeister was to have his art sketchbooks brought to him so he could distract himself drawing.
After his passing, his body was flown to New York for burial at the family plot.
- Bobbs-Merrill Company
- DIC Entertainment
- Hanna Barbera Productions
- Humongous Entertainment
- 1994 - Freddi Fish and the Case of the Missing Kelp Seeds (animator - as Louis Scarborough)
- Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Animation
- 1990-1991 - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (storyboard artist - as Louis Scarborough)
- Universal Cartoon Studios
- 1997 - The Land Before Time V: The Mysterious Island (storyboard artist - as Lou Scarborough)
- The Walt Disney Company
- Warner Bros. Animation
- 1991-1993 - Taz-Mania (storyboard artist, animation posing artist - as Lou Scarborough)
- 1992 - Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation (character layout and posing artist - as Lou Scarborough)
- 1992 - Batman: The Animated Series (background layout, character layout artist - as Lou Scarborough)
- 1998 - Quest for Camelot (story department - as Louis S. Scarborough)
- 1999 - Histeria! - (storyboard artist)
Lou Scarborough and furry
Although not a full-fledged member of the furry fandom, Lou was well aware of its history, people and art, counting many a friend among furries, with an funny animal art style of keen interest to the furry community.
- Lou Scarborough's profile on IMDb. Retrieved June 19, 2020.
- Louis Scarborough's obituary on Geni.com. Retrieved June 19, 2020.
- New Talent Showcase #15 page on League of ComicGeeks website. Retrieved June 19, 2020.
- Scarboropolis - Lou Scarborough on Blogspot
- Lou Scarborough on IMDb
- Lou Scarborough on the Danger Rangers's wiki
- Lou Scarborough on LinkedIn
- Lou Scarborough (1953-2013) article on Cartoon Research
- Lou Scarborough, Animator (1953-2013) article on File 770
- Tom Sito remembers Lou Scarborough article on Flip Animation
- A Friend in Lou article on Michael Sporn Animation
- In Memoriam of Louis Scarborough Jr. article on Bleeding Cool
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