Sean Crawford: The man behind Yak Face (Saelt Marae) and a Mon Calamari officer in Star Wars, Episode Vl Return of the Jedi.
Born in 1958 he studied mime in London and Paris in the late seventies, developing his very own style of abstract technical mime movement. He achieved his first fame with the creation of "Plastic Jo", originating a unique robotic movement, which went on to become an 80's global dance craze. Partnering up with Tim Dry to become the performance artists known as "Tik and Tok", they went on to produce live stage shows and music. One such performance was for HRH Queen Elizabeth ll by Royal Command. (www.tikandtok.com )
Moving into the realms of character performance, Sean played a whole host of TV and film prosthetic and animatronic characters, ranging from a dinosaur to a pig as he worked alongside the creature maker Jes Harris in his special effects studio.
Other great achievement was his choreography of the English Royal Ballet for their production of "Frankenstein".
Sean has dabbled in fashion, opening a couple of high street fashion shops, tried film post production as a sex video editor, then moved into the virtual world of the computer and has been virtual ever since... But not any more he has been rebuilt with the new super chip technology and is back for your eyes only.