Walt Disney Success Story

Walt Disney was among the most creative man ever lived on this planet whose huge dreams actually came true. He along with his brother Roy O. Disney co-founded ‘The Walter Disney Company’ commonly known as ‘Disney’ on October 16, 1923. It is currently the second largest cable and broadcasting company in terms of revenue. He is regarded as cultural icon and well known for his great contribution to cartoon animation industry. He was a cartoonist, voice actor, animator and film producer, and he really inspired everyone with his dedicated nature towards his work. Early Life of Walt Disney Walter Disney was born on December 5, 1901 in Chicago, to Elias Charles Disney and Flora Call Disney. His childhood days were interrupted because his family moved from  Chicago to Missouri and once again to Kansas City. He also worked as a newspaper boy to support his family and didn’t have much time for schools. Although he started the Park School of Marceline in fall, 1909 together with his younger sister Ruth. In his free time, he went to the theatre where he studied vaudeville. He was a big fan of Charlie Chaplin and loved drawing cartoons for school paper. When America entered the Great War, he showed his patriotism for his country and applied to join army. Although he was rejected because he was 16. But he finally supported his country during the war by joining Red Cross unit where he worked as an ambulance driver. Walt Disney Successful Journey Walt Disney always desired to become an actor but later decided to draw political caricatures or comic strips for a...

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