Rob Coleman Lucasfilm Animation
The Animated Characters of Star Wars: Revenge of the Sith 

Rob Coleman is leading the Industrial Light& Magic animation team on Star Wars: Episode III as he has done on the two previous Star Wars films. At ILM, Coleman has focused his efforts on the combination of live action and animated characters. He is especially interested in raising the acting quality the digital creatures, helping the animators understand that they are actors too. He was chosen as one of the most creative people in entertainment when he was named to Entertainment Weekly's "It List" in 2002 as their "It CG-Creature Crafter" for his work on the digital Yoda.

Coleman has been nominated for two Oscars for his work on Attack of the Clones and The Phantom Menace and two British Academy Awards (BAFTAs) for his work on Men In Black and The Phantom Menace. He has received two MTV Movie Awards and two Saturn Awards for best visual effects on the Star Wars films.
Rob Coleman joined Industrial Light & Magic's team of animators in 1993 to work on the film, The Mask. Prior to ILM, Coleman received his Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from the classical film animation program at Concordia University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada in 1987. After graduation he worked in Toronto, at the National Film Board of Canada, and a number of small animation studios before moving to California.