Marla Frazee
Marla Frazee

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Name: Marla Frazee
Occupation: Illustrator
Gender: Female
Birth Day: January 16, 1958
Age: 64
Country: United States
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn

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Marla Frazee

Marla Frazee was born on January 16, 1958 in United States (64 years old). Marla Frazee is an Illustrator, zodiac sign: Capricorn. Find out Marla Frazeenet worth 2020, salary 2020 detail bellow.

Trivia

Early in her career, she designed McDonald's Happy Meal packaging and created toys and games for Mattel and Parker Brothers.

Net Worth

Net Worth 2020

Undisclosed

Salary 2020

Not known

Before Fame

When she was just eight years old, she won a state award for illustrating a book titled The Friendship Circle. She later earned a bachelor's degree from the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California.

Biography Timeline

1981

She attended college in the Greater Los Angeles Area, where she earned her bachelor of fine arts at Art Center College of Design and graduated in 1981. While attending school, Frazee met photographer Tim Bradley. The two married in 1982 and raised three sons: Graham, Reed and James. The marriage ended in divorce in 2013.

1990

In 1990 Frazee illustrated her first published book, World-Famous Muriel and the Magic Mystery, written by Sue Alexander. After Muriel, Frazee illustrated That Kookoory! which was written by Margaret Walden Froehlich. She received good reviews of her work in the Horn Book Magazine, a journal for children's literature and young-adult literature.

1998

Following the release of The Seven Silly Eaters, Frazee illustrated many books which increased her popularity. In 1998, Frazee illustrated On the Morn of Mayfest written by Erica Silverman. After the publication of On the Morn of Mayfest, Frazee's next book was Hush, Little Baby. Frazee illustrated the classic folk song in 1999. In 2000, Frazee illustrated a book written by Mem Fox. Harriet, You'll Drive Me Wild!, deals with Harriet, a little girl who doesn't mean to be pesky but can't help but get in the way of her mother. They both do things they wish they hadn't, but their love for each other remains strong. Then in 2001, Frazee illustrated Everywhere Babies, a book written by Susan Meyers. The book tells babies all the ways their families love them, and the diverse community Frazee creates is united by the love for their children. After Everywhere Babies, Frazee illustrated Linda Smith's text, Mrs. Biddlebox in 2002. Mrs. Biddlebox uses all the ingredients to her bad day (fog, dirt, and sky) to bake a delicious cake.

2003

Frazee wrote her first book, Roller Coaster in 2003. The idea for the book was conceived during a family trip, during which Frazee's sons talked continuously about roller coasters. Roller Coaster became the first book both written and illustrated by Frazee. It follows a typical roller coaster ride and its passengers; a young girl apprehensive about the ride becomes the main character.

2006

In 2006, Frazee illustrated Clementine, a series of chapter books written by Sara Pennypacker Frazee uses pen and ink drawings to make the story of an overly-active and imaginative third-grader come to life. More recently, Frazee wrote and illustrated A Couple of Boys have the Best Week Ever. Loosely based upon the adventures of her son and his friend at a nature camp, Frazee captures the essence of summer vacation and what it means to children. Frazee earned her first Caldecott Honor for her illustrations in the book, although she wrote it as well. Following the publication of A Couple of Boys have the Best Week Ever, Frazee illustrated All the World, a book written by Elizabeth Garton Scanlon. The book follows a family and their friends through the course of a day and ends with a festive gathering at night. For her beautiful illustrations and double page spreads, Frazee picked up another Caldecott Honor.

2007

In Fall 2007, The Boss Baby, both written and illustrated by Frazee, was published. Frazee describes a young couple's newest arrival. The baby quickly takes over their lives with his nightly "meetings" and demands. The Boss Baby was met with positive reviews, with the Horn Book Magazine calling it "this year's baby-shower hit." In all, The Boss Baby garnered more than three starred reviews. DreamWorks Animation released an animated feature film loosely based on the book in March 2017, with a sequel scheduled for March 2021. They also released a Netflix show based on the book titled The Boss Baby: Back in Business

Family Life

Marla's marriage to fellow artist Tim Bradley resulted in sons named James, Reed, and Graham.

🎂 Upcoming Birthday

Currently, Marla Frazee is 64 years, 8 months and 20 days old. Marla Frazee will celebrate 65th birthday on a Monday 16th of January 2023. Below we countdown to Marla Frazee upcoming birthday.

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