Aubrey Ankrum

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Aubrey Ankrum
Born San Francisco, California, US
Occupation Animator
Graphic artist
Voice actor
Writer
Known for Happy Tree Friends
The God & Devil Show
Website
www.happytreefriends.com

Aubrey Ankrum (born 1972) is an American screenwriter, animator and graphic artist. He is mostly known as one of the creators of the popular Flash cartoon Happy Tree Friends. He also worked on several Mondo Media shows and has made graphics for many companies.

Career[edit]

As an animator, Aubrey worked on many internet shows specially for the company Mondo Media. He was the creator, director and head writer of the popular internet cartoon The God & Devil Show.[1][2] There he worked with Kenn Navarro and Rhode Montijo on a short cartoon called Banjo Frenzy. The short then became the series Happy Tree Friends which became an internet phenomenon. In the show Aubrey voiced the characters of Pop and Flippy. The HTF Third Strike DVD shows that he also did the robot voice and what sounds like baby talk. According to writer Warren Graff, Aubrey has left Happy Tree Friends but they sample his voice rather than replacing him for the voices Evil Flippy and Pop. He also did the voice of the Croc Hunter, Abe Lincoln and of Kathie Lee Gifford for The God & Devil Show.

As a graphic artist and animator he has worked for Microsoft, Macromedia, Disney, Warner Bros., BBC America and Cartoon Network. Aubrey lives in the Bay Area with his two daughters.

Filmography[edit]

As writer
As voice artist
As actor
As producer
As Graphic artist & hand-drawn animator

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shepherd, Fiona (April 2, 2004). "CD of the Week:Hippie schtick". The Scotsman. 
  2. ^ Forbes, Bertie Charles (2000). Forbes. Volume 151; Volume 165. Forbes, Inc. p. 108. 

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