Rolly Crump (born Roland Fargo Crump on February 27, 1930) is an American artist and former Disney Imagineer.
He is known for his unique and whimsical designs, which were a major influence on the development of Disneyland’s Haunted Mansion and the Enchanted Tiki Room attractions. Crump worked for Disney from 1952 to 1971, and also contributed to projects such as It’s a Small World and the Adventureland Bazaar.
After leaving Disney, Crump continued to work as an artist and designer and has created numerous works in a variety of media, including sculpture, painting, and mixed media. He has also been a mentor and inspiration to many artists and designers in the theme park industry. Crump has been recognized with numerous awards and honors for his contributions to the field of entertainment design, including induction into the Walt Disney Legends program in 2004
Rolly Crump’s family, wife, children, parents, siblings
Roland Fargo “Rolly” Crump is an American artist and former Imagineer for Disney. Here is what is publicly known about his family:
Wife: Rolly Crump was married to Marie Addleman until her passing in 2004.
Children: Rolly Crump has three children named Chris, Bonnie, and Louie.
Parents: Rolly Crump was the son of Floyd Crump and Ethel Crump.
Siblings: It is not publicly known if Rolly Crump had any siblings.