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Rick Baker, a lifelong “monster kid,” won the first competitive...

Rick Baker, a lifelong “monster kid,” won the first competitive Oscar awarded in the Makeup category for his innovative work on “An American Werewolf in London” (1981), one of several collaborations with director John Landis. Baker’s apprenticeship under one of the industry’s greatest makeup artists, Dick Smith (including working as his assistant on “The Exorcist”), prepared him for a career providing cutting edge makeup effects in many genres, ranging from comedy to science fiction to horror, with titles including “Ed Wood” (1994), “The Nutty Professor” (1996) and “Men in Black” (1997).

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