Jon Schnepp

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Jon Schnepp
Schnepp at the 2012 New York Comic Con.
Born May 16
Occupation Producer, director, voice actor, editor, writer, cartoonist, animator, cinematographer

Jon Schnepp is an American producer, director, voice actor, editor, writer, cartoonist, animator, and cinematographer whose company, Schneppzone, works on short films and television shows.


Schnepp served as animation director for Nickelodeon's What's Inside Heidi's Head?, and as editor on numerous episodes of Cartoon Network's Space Ghost: Coast to Coast. He co-directed the pilot for Upright Citizens Brigade for Comedy Central, and directed segments and the Title Sequence for the series run. He also released "The Removers" and "Brainwarp", two pilots he produced and directed, on DVD by Filmthreat. He then went to Brazil, working with Debbie Allen, editing and creating the title sequences for two sitcoms airing in São Paulo and Rio de Janeiro. Schnepp co-created, co-wrote, and directed Nerd Hunter 3004 for the Channel 101 pilot. He also guest stars on three episodes of the Aqua Teen Hunger Force. In two episodes he voices the Wisdom Cube and in the other he plays The Creature from Plaque Lagoon.

Since 2006, Schnepp has served as director on Metalocalypse, an animated series on Cartoon Network about Dethklok, a chiefly-fictional heavy metal band. As well as directing several episodes per season (the most recent of which aired in 2012), he designed and created the look of the five band members, and works closely with the show's co-creators/writers Brendon Small and Tommy Blacha. He directed the 2009 Dethklok Tour with Mastodon, providing an animated accompaniment. Schnepp helped write all four Dethklok comic books, and designed variant cover arts.

Schnepp co-directed Season 4.1 of The Venture Bros.. Schnepp was featured in The Damned Things music video for "We've Got A Situation Here".

In 2011, Schnepp directed music videos for the bands I Set My Friends On Fire and Forbidden. He will direct the upcoming animated horror film Grimm Fairy Tales.[1]

Selected filmography[edit]

Film and television[edit]

Year Film Director Producer Writer Notes
1994 Space Ghost Coast to Coast Editor; Animator
1995 Club Dead Video game; Voice actor
1998 Upright Citizens Brigade Yes Two episodes
1999 Cast in Stone Yes
2000 HBO First Look Editor
2001 The Removers Yes Yes Yes Short film
2003 The Orlando Jones Show Editor
2003 Brainwarp Yes Yes Voice actor
2003–2009 Aqua Unit Patrol Squad 1 Voice actor
2004 Nerd Hunter 3004 Yes Yes Yes Short film
2005 My Big Fat Independent Movie Actor; extra
2005–2006 Mind of Mencia Visual effects
2006–2012 Metalocalypse Yes Yes Character designer
Animated series
2009 A Day in the Life Actor; role: "Officer Miller"
2009–2010 The Venture Bros. Yes Animated series
2010 Caller ID Actor; role: "Jeb"
2011 Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope Guest appearance only
2012 The ABCs of Death Yes Yes Segment "W is for WTF?"
2015 The Death of "Superman Lives": What Happened?[2] Yes Yes Yes Filming

Music videos[edit]

Year Artist Song Notes
2007 Dethklok "Bloodrocuted" Co-director (with Brendon Small)
2008 Dethklok "Murmaider" Director
2008 Dethklok "Briefcase Full of Guts" Director
2008 Dethklok "Birthday Dethday" Director
2008 Dethklok "Duncan Hills Coffee Jingle" Director
2008 Dethklok "Hatredcopter" Director
2008 Dethklok "Thunderhorse" Director
2008 Dethklok "Go Into the Water" Director
2009 Dethklok "Bloodlines" Director
2009 Dethklok "Dethsupport" Director
2009 Dethklok "The Gears" Director
2009 Dethklok "Burn The Earth" Director
2009 Dethklok "Black Fire Upon Us" Director
2010 The Damned Things "We've Got a Situation Here" Guest appearance only
2011 I Set My Friends On Fire "Astral Rejection" Director


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