Nickelodeon storyboard artist Jose Silverio dies

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Sto­ry­board artist Jose “Zaldy” Sil­ve­rio, who worked for Nick­elodeon since 2002, died March 13.

His age was not imme­di­ately available.

Sil­ve­rio was a sto­ry­board artist for the TV series Duckman/Family Man (1996) and the hour-long 2008 spe­cial Diego’s Moon­light Rescue.

Both a sto­ry­board artist and sto­ry­board revi­sion­ist for Dora the Explorer from 2002 to 2004, he did check­ing and scene plan­ning for The Ren & Stimpy Show (1994–95). In 1998, he was an ani­ma­tion checker and tech­ni­cal lay­out artist for the direct-to-video Her­cules And Xena — The Ani­mated Movie: The Bat­tle For Mount Olympus.

Sil­ve­rio ani­mated the video games The Lion King: Timon and Pumbaa’s Jun­gle Games (1995) and Monty Python’s The Mean­ing of Life (1997).

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