Born: 1907 January 28 in Connecticut, United States
Died: 1965 October day? in United States
Biography: Connie Rasinski was an animator best known for his work with Terrytoons, which he was a director for from 1937 to 1965.
Rasinski did comic book work for Jason Comic Art from 1945 to 1946, which appeared in titles by Spotlight Publishers [1940s], Magazine Enterprises, Round Publishing Company, and Harvey.
By 1947, and continuing until at least 1954, Rasinski worked on Terrytoons comic book titles for St. John.
Notes: JCA is the abreviation initials for Jason Comic Art, the studio Rasinski did comic book work for. Rasinski's work for the studio would show up under the initials of JCA.
National Cartoonists Society Type: member
Publication Title: Terrytoons
(movie) - Role: animator
- Years: 1929 - 1965
Employer Name : Paul Terry
Work Title: numerous
Notes: Rasinski started working for Paul Terry's animation studio as an inker in 1929. By 1931 he was an assistant animator/in-betweener. In 1937 Rasinski became a director of animated cartoons, and held this position until his death in 1965, with the except of working on animated films for the U.S. Army and U.S. Marine Corps during the Second World War.