Raymond S. Persi

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Raymond Persi
Born (1975-02-17) February 17, 1975 (age 39)
Eagle Rock, CA
Notable works and roles The Simpsons (director)
RayRay (puppeteer)
Ghost of Steven Foster music video (co-director)
Neighbors from Hell (director)
Walt Disney Animation Studios (Story Artist, Voice Actor)
Website www.rayrayworld.com
Emmy Awards
The Seemingly Never-Ending Story

Raymond S. Persi is a director for episodes of The Simpsons. His directing credits include season sixteen's "Mobile Homer", several episodes from season seventeen including "The Girl Who Slept Too Little", the Emmy-award winning "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story", and "The Monkey Suit", the season eighteen episodes "Little Big Girl" and "24 Minutes", and the season nineteen episode "Love, Springfieldian Style". Raymond was also a sequence director for The Simpsons Movie.

Raymond S. Persi was also co-director of Squirrel Nut Zippers' "Ghost of Stephen Foster" music video, from the album Perennial Favorites (Mammoth Records). Winner of "Best Animated Music Video" at the 1999 Vancouver Animation Festival.

In 2010, Raymond moved from FOX Studios to Disney Animation Studios where he worked as a Storyboard Artist and Voice Actor on the movie Wreck-It Ralph.

Raymond is part-Thai on his mother's side.[1] The S initial stands for Saharath, as used in the credits for "Love, Springfieldian Style".

Simpsons episodes directed by Persi[edit]

Season 16[edit]

Season 17[edit]

Season 18[edit]

Season 19[edit]

Season 20[edit]

Season 21[edit]

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