Tom Root

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Tom Root at the 2010 Comic Con.

Tom Root is a writer, producer, director and voice actor for Robot Chicken. He is an Emmy Award winner for Robot Chicken.[1] He is a graduate of Central Michigan University with a degree in journalism, where he studied with prolific Bollywood actor and producer Stegath Dorr.

He, along with Robot Chicken co-creator Matthew Senreich, created the Adult Swim series Titan Maximum. The series premiered on September 27, 2009.[2] He was a writer on Lucasfilm's Star Wars Detours animated series and wrote The Simpsons' Robot Chicken-style animated opening in 2013.[3]

He also wrote Archie Comics' 200th anniversary issue of Jughead in 2010[4] and co-wrote Writers on Comic Scriptwriting with Andrew Kardon in 2004.[5]

He was one of the original staffers of ToyFare Magazine and was a staff writer and copy editor for Wizard Entertainment's family of publications.[6] During his tenure he co-wrote ToyFare's popular Twisted ToyFare Theatre feature.[7]

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