Hollywood costume designer George L.LITTLE has died, aged 63.
He passed away at his home in Los Angeles on 29 August (14).
Little’s big break in Hollywood came in 1979 when he served as a costumer for Francis Ford Coppola’s classic war epic Apocalypse Now, and he went on to work with other acclaimed directors like Tony Scott (Crimson Tide), Sam Mendes (Jarhead), Barry Levinson (Bugsy), and Kathryn Bigelow (The Hurt Locker, Zero Dark Thirty).
Little’s credits also include Red Dawn, About Last Night…, The Pelican Brief, Striptease, Galaxy Quest, Transcendence, and the upcoming reboot of The Fantastic Four.
In 1988, Little was nominated for an Outstanding Costume Design Emmy for his work on TV movie Lincoln, starring Sam Waterston.