Patrick McHale was born on November 17, 1983 (age 37) in New Jersey, United States. He is a celebrity cartoonist. He joined movies and tvshows named Over The Garden Wall (2014), Tome of the Unknown (2013), Blackford Manor (2014) and Thank You (2011). His popular books are The Art of Over the Garden Wall, Over The Garden Wall. He was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Short-format Animation. In His career, Patrick McHale has achieved an Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program. His fiancee is Jiwook Kim.
Well known as the creative director and writer on Cartoon Network's Adventure Time series, McHale is an artist/writer/cartoonist who is best known for his creation of the same channel's Over the Garden Wall mini-series.
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In high school, he was an Eagle Scout, ran an underground newspaper with his friends, and had a NJ public access TV show called Television Show.
He earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in animation from the California Institute of the Arts and subsequently began working on the Cartoon Network's series The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. His short animated film Tome of the Unknown won the Santa Barbara International Film Festival's Bruce Corwin Award.
Patrick McHale is alive and is a celebrity cartoonist
A native of New Jersey, he moved to Southern California for school and work. Eventually he and his wife, Jiwook Kim, moved back to the east coast; first to Upstate New York, and then finally to Eastern Massachusetts.
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He and fellow animator John Dilworth both worked on popular Cartoon Network series.
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● He joined movies and tvshows named Over The Garden Wall (2014), Tome of the Unknown (2013), Blackford Manor (2014) and Thank You (2011)● His popular books are The Art of Over the Garden Wall, Over The Garden Wall● He was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Short-format Animation● In His career, Patrick McHale has achieved an Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program● His fiancee is Jiwook Kim
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Raina Telgemeier is an eminent cartoonist from the USA. She is best known for her autobiographical webcomic ˜Smile' as well as its follow-up ˜Sisters'. She is also famous for writing the graphic fiction novel titled ˜Drama'. Her other popular works include graphic novel adaptations of ˜The Baby-sitters Club' series, ˜Take-Out' and ˜X‘Men: Misfits'. Telgemeier has received tons of awards, honors, and nominations for her work. She received the 2003 Friends of Lulu's Kimberly Yale Award under the category ˜Best New Talent'. She earned the 2015 Eisner Award for the Best Writer/Artist. The skilled cartoonist has been nominated twice for Web Cartoonists' Choice Awards. Not just this! She was once nominated for an Ignatz Award as well. Telgemeier's books have also won several titles. Her graphic novel ˜Smile,' based on her webcomic of the same name, won the 2010 Boston Globe-Horn Book Award as well as the 2010 Kirkus Reviews Best Book title. It also earned the title of the 2011 ALA Notable Children's Book and even won the 2011 Eisner Award for the Best Publication for Teens. Her fiction novel ˜Drama' was selected for the title of the 2013 Stonewall Book Award. Her second autobiographical novel ˜Sisters' became New York Times Editor's Choice for the year 2014.
Best remembered for his popular Eddsworld web-based flash cartoons, Gould also contributed to the TomSka YouTube cartoon series as both an animator and a performer and to the Slomozovo, Action Bunnies, Skeff, and InkyKeyboard/Matt Lobster series as a voice actor.
Matt Groening is a popular American cartoonist, animator, writer, producer and voice actor. He was an avid cartoonist from an early age but never seriously considered it as a career option; he wanted to become a writer. Later in life, while he was struggling to find employment, Matt Groening revived his old interest and began creating comic strips on the basis of his experiences. This was a turning point in his life and Matt Groening began publishing his own comic strips titled ˜Life in Hell' in the newspaper. Later he went on to create some of the most popular cartoon series like ˜The Simpsons', a show that earned the reputation of being the longest run American television series and ˜Futurama'. His work has been well appreciated and he has won many prestigious awards. Matt Groening has stated that many of the characters that he created have been named after his own family members. In the course of his career, he has also got the opportunity to play cameo roles in films and documentaries and to do voice acting.
Peanuts cartoonist who created characters Charlie Brown and Snoopy. In 1962, he won the Humor Comic Strip Award from the National Cartoonist's Society.
He created the Big Nate comic strip, which was syndicated to over 300 newspapers. He is also remembered for his animated shorts for Nickelodeon.
After being nominated for a Producers Guild of America Award for his work on the web series Red vs. Blue, this popular animator won both a Streamy Award and an International Academy of Web Television Award for his work on another internet series, RWBY.
American painter and cartoonist who founded Juxtapoz Art & Culture Magazine and was known for such paintings as Oscar Wilde In Leadville and Appetite for Destruction. He was part of The Art Boys, which included Matt Groening, Mike Kelley, and Neon Park.
Jim Davis was a prominent American actor and is best remembered for his ˜cowboy' acts in several movies and also for his role in the TV series ˜Dallas'. Davis's career had a modest beginning and he initially worked as a tent-rigger in a circus. Fortunately, his job as a salesman took him to Los Angeles, where he could pursue an acting career. A screen test for ˜MGM' did open a few doors for him, but he was only cast in minor roles. After six years of virtual anonymity, he finally broke through with a starring role in the film ˜Winter Meeting'. Although his performance in the film received negative reviews, the film led to a series of substantial roles in ˜B' rated films. With his height, his nonchalant demeanour and his horse-riding skills, Davis perfectly suited the role of a cowboy. He was cast in many prominent TV shows as well, and made countless guest appearances. His most famous role arrived right at the twilight of his career with the series ˜Dallas' in which he fittingly played a Texan. Even when he was terminally ill, he kept working and was amply rewarded for his roles, which are cherished by his fans.