The American film director Bradley Raymond has directed several sequels like the famous Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World, The Lion King 1½ and The Hunchback of Notre Dame II. He directed the third and fourth movie of Tinker Bell. Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World was the directorial debut of Bradley Raymond. The birthdate of Bradley is 1960-01-01. The birthplace of the director is not available till now.

Raymond was an assistant animator when he started his career. He then also was associated as a storyboard artist for several television shows and animated movies, including All-New Dennis the Menace, Quack Pack, and Cats Don't Dance. He was there credited as Brad Raymond and is widely known as Brad Raymond.After in the year 1993, Raymond additionally was engaged as a storyboard artist for the animated movie Thumbelina.

Raymond, who is an American by nationality, then started directing various Disney’s direct-to-video sequels. The one that became the biggest hit in 2004 was The Lion King 1½. Raymond’s most recent direction work was The Tinker Bell in the year 2008 and the sequel of Tinker Bell, Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue in the year 2010 which was also released on DVD and Blu-ray. Bradley once said in an interview that Tinker Bell has been his favourite Disney characters, and it is a matter of huge honour to describe the character’s story.Bradley Raymond is primarily famous for his contribution in the field of animated shows and working for movies produced by Disney. His filmography includes movies like Bonkers in the year 1993, All-New Dennis the Menace in the same year, A Troll in Central Park in 1994 and Cats Don't Dance in 1997.In Quack Pack television series, in the year 1996, he worked as a storyboard artist for episodes Stunt Double or Nothing.

Moreover, Bradley Raymond has been associated with miscellaneous jobs throughout his long-running career. He worked as an animator in movies like 1997’s Cats Don't Dance and as an assistant animator, A Troll in Central Park in 1994. He also was engaged as the Writer of Mickey's Once Upon a Christmas in 1999 in the segment Donald Duck: Stuck on Christmas.The versatile man even worked as a Dialogue Director for The Lion King 1½ in 2004 and Story Consultant for the year 2005’s Pooh's Heffalump Movie.He was the member of Senior Creative Team in the film Secret of the Wings in the year 2012 and Planes, the next year and its sequel Planes: Fire & Rescue, which was released in 2014.

His actual net worth and salary has never been made public and is not revealed by his biography. Bradley Raymond has been very proactive with remaining in contact with his fans through his Facebook account and other social networking sites. The director has however kept his personal life very secret and has never revealed any details about his wife, him being married or his divorce. Bradley has not been known to have any children as no data is available in media about his marriage. His romantic involvement with any celebrities or anyone has never been a topic of discussion for the media.

Last Modified: Apr 7, 2020

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