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Birthday: August 25, 1958
Place: Burbank, California, USA
Height: 5' 1"
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His early film career was fueled by almost unbelievable good luck, but it's his talent and originality that have kept him at the top of the Hollywood tree. Tim Burton began drawing at an early age, going on to attend the California Institute of the Arts, studying animation after being awarded a fellowship from Disney, for whom he went on to work. Although he found that the mainstream Disney films he worked on (The Fox and the Hound (1981)) were far removed from his own sensibility, Disney let him have the freedom to work on his own personal projects, the six-minute animated black-and-white Gothic Vincent Price tribute Vincent (1982), and the 27-minute live-action Frankenweenie (1984), which was judged unsuitable for children and never released. However, Paul Reubens (aka Pee-Wee Herman) saw it and decided that Burton, still only in his mid-twenties, would be the ideal person to direct his feature debut, Pee-wee's Big Adventure (1985). An enormous (and surprise) box-office hit, it led to the supernatural comedy Beetle Juice (1988), which in turn led to Burton being entrusted with the reins on the hugely expensive Batman (1989). Although his least personal film, it was one of the most successful films of all time, and gave him unprecedented power in Hollywood considering the originality and adventurousness of his work thus far. Edward Scissorhands (1990), another hit, saw him at the peak of his creative powers and established a fruitful working relationship with actor Johnny Depp. Batman Returns (1992) was a far darker and quirkier film than the original, a reflection of how much creative freedom Burton had won (though Warner Bros were reputedly unhappy with the final result). And although Ed Wood (1994), his loving tribute to the life and work of the legendary Worst Director of All Time, Edward D. Wood Jr., was a box-office disaster, it garnered some of the best reviews of Burton's career, and suggests that he'll continue dazzling audiences for many years to come.
- At the end of Beetle Juice (1988), Beetlejuice metamorphoses into a bizarre creature with a merry-go-round on his head. On the top of this merry-go-round is a smiling skull which became Jack Skellington in The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). The latter movie had been a pet project of Burton's since his days as an animator at Disney.
- He has an interest in clowns, and his films will often include them or make reference to them.
- Credits his former fiancée, Lisa Marie, as his muse. She is often in his films (Ed Wood (1994), Mars Attacks! (1996), Sleepy Hollow (1999), Planet of the Apes (2001)) or is paid homage in them (she was the inspiration for The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993)'s Sally).
- Engaged to Lisa Marie from 1992-2001
- Used the song "It's Not Unusual", performed by Tom Jones, in Edward Scissorhands (1990) and then in Mars Attacks! (1996).
- Lives in Ojai, California and New York
- Engaged to actress Helena Bonham Carter (October 2001 - present). They spend a lot of time in Paris, France. She gave birth to their son, Billy Ray, in London on October 6, 2003.
- He is a 'Bollywood fan'.
- Nearly everywhere he goes, he carries a pocket-size sketchbook and a small watercolor kit.
- He usually dress in black, because he doesn't like spend too much time matching colors.
- In 2001 he bought the house next to his girlfriend's house in London and now the two buildings are connected by a tunnel.
- Younger brother Daniel Burton is also an artist.
- Was voted the 49th Greatest Director of all time by Entertainment Weekly, being the youngest director on this list of 50.
- He was hired as the director of the failed Superman (1997) movie.
- Among his cinematic influences, there are Mario Bava, Vincent Price, Roger Corman and Barbara Steele whom he homaged in Sleepy Hollow (1999).
- He's a big fan of exploitation director Russ Meyer.
- He once said he never remembers his dreams, apart from five recurring dreams, one of them involving the girl he was in love with when he was a teenager and another involving his parents' bedroom.
- Played water polo and swam for Burbank High School in California.
- Has made five films with Johnny Depp: Edward Scissorhands (1990), Ed Wood (1994), Sleepy Hollow (1999), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), and Corpse Bride (2005).
- Ranked #6 on Tropopkin's Top 25 Most Intriguing People [Issue #100]
- He's a big fan of Italian director Mario Bava. He once said he would like to remake Bava's classic Maschera del demonio, La (1960) with his former partner Lisa Marie. He also appeared in two documentaries about Bava.
- Member of jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 1997
- He frequently uses the same actors repeatedly. Among his favorite actors (who he's worked with at least twice are): Johnny Depp, Michael Keaton, Martin Landau, Helena Bonham Carter, Michael Gough, Christopher Lee, Christopher Walken, Lisa Marie, Jack Nicholson, Danny DeVito, Vincent Price, Jeffrey Jones, Pat Hingle, Missi Pyle, and Deep Roy .
- Grew up in Burbank on Evergreen Street, and his family lived in the 2000 block, near Valhalla Cemetary. Attended Providencia Elementary School in Burbank, California.
- Shares a birthday with Sean Connery.
- Was working on a documentary about Vincent Price, called "Conversations with Vincent". After Price's death in 1993 he shelved the project and it has never been completed.
- Was slated to direct the 1986 remake of The Fly with Michael Keaton in the lead role, but he backed out and Canadian horror director David Cronenberg took over.
- Was originally set to do a re-make of The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari in the early 90s.
- Is scheduled to direct the Broadway musical version of Batman.
- Bought the rights to a Tops trading card series, but couldn't decide between Dinosaurs Attack! and Mars Attacks!. Jurassic Park (1996) then came out, and to avoid comparison, he made Mars Attacks! (1996) instead, but then it faced comparison to Independence Day (1996).
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