Bob Boyle (animator)
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Bob Boyle is an American television director, producer, writer, storyboard artist, model designer, art director, and animator. He is the creator and executive producer of shows Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! (Nickelodeon) and Yin Yang Yo! (Jetix/Toon Disney, now Disney XD). He worked on the Nickelodeon shows Oh Yeah! Cartoons, The Fairly OddParents and Danny Phantom. He wrote and illustrated two children's books: Rosie & Rex and Hugo and the Really, Really, Really Long String.
Meadows won an Emmy Award in 2008 for his Production Design for Wow! Wow! Wubbzy. He worked as a supervising producer on the Cartoon Network show, Clarence during its first season and co-executive producer of The Powerpuff Girls.
|1998–2001||Oh Yeah! Cartoons||Writer, 2 episodes|
|2001–05||The Fairly OddParents||Producer|
|2006–10||Wow! Wow! Wubbzy!||Creator, executive producer|
|2006–09||Yin Yang Yo!|
|2012||Bravest Warriors||Storyboard artist (Episode. "The Bunless")|
|2016–present||The Powerpuff Girls||Developer, director, co-executive producer|
|2019||Let's Go Dolphin!||Creator, writer, executive producer|
- "Wow! Wubbzy makes it to DVD!" - Toronto Sun
- "Yin Yang Yo! por Disney XD" - Extremista
- "Toon in/VCU grad's animated shows find homes on Nick Jr. and Toon Disney", Richmond Times; accessed August 28, 2017.
- "Steve Marmel, Co-Exec Producer/Head Writer for Yin Yang Yo!", AnimationMagazine.net; accessed August 28, 2017.
- "Mouse House Squeaks for Second Season of Yin Yang Yo!", AnimationMagazine.net; accessed August 28, 2017.
- "Random House Roundup: Reviews of Five Picture Books" - Seattle Post-Intelligencer
- "stone meadows, Creator of Wow! Wow! Wubbzy! and Yin Yang Yo!", animationmagazine.net; accessed August 28, 2017.
- Bob Boyle on IMDb
- Bob Boyle interview on awn.Com
- Boyle interview on nick jr.com
- "Nickelodeon and Disney welcome VCU alumnus" - Commonwealth Times[permanent dead link]
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