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Dave Willis in 2008
May 1, 1970
Wichita Falls, Texas, U.S.
|Alma mater||Wake Forest University|
|Occupation||voice actor, writer, producer, director, musician|
|Known for||Aqua Teen Hunger Force
Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell
|Home town||Conyers, Georgia|
David "Dave" Willis (born May 1, 1970) is an American voice actor, writer, and producer. Willis is best known for his work on Space Ghost Coast to Coast, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Squidbillies, and Your Pretty Face Is Going to Hell all for Adult Swim, as well as his role as Archer antagonist Barry Dylan.
Dave Willis has worked on various Adult Swim shows that are created primarily by Williams Street, an animation-centered, Atlanta-based production division of Cartoon Network. He first got hired for Williams Street (then Ghost Planet Industries) as a writer for Cartoon Planet in 1995 and then as a writer for Space Ghost Coast to Coast (SGC2C for short) soon after. In early 2000 he helped write and produce the two Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak specials.
He was working on Space Ghost Coast to Coast where he first met Matt Maiellaro, with whom Willis would later create many independent short films and eventually create the popular Adult Swim cartoon Aqua Teen Hunger Force. Aqua Teen Hunger Force first premiered unannounced in the early hours of December 30, 2000 and later officially debuted on Adult Swim in the Fall of 2001. In 2005, he co-created the show Squidbillies. His works mostly fall into the genre of surreal humor.
In 2010 Dave Willis created Cheyenne Cinnamon and the Fantabulous Unicorn of Sugar Town Candy Fudge, a new television pilot for Adult Swim. The pilot aired on March 29, 2010, it is unknown if it will be picked up for a full series. In 2010 Willis co-wrote "New Kidney in Town", an episode of Family Guy.
Willis was born in Wichita Falls, Texas and was raised mostly in Conyers, Georgia. Willis graduated from Wake Forest University and was station manager at Wake Radio. He resides in Atlanta with his wife and two children.
|1995–2008||Space Ghost Coast to Coast||Various||Writer, Producer (1996–2001), Actor (1996–2008)|
|2000||Brak Presents the Brak Show Starring Brak||Writer, Producer (TV Special)|
|2000–2015||Aqua Teen Hunger Force||Meatwad, Carl Brutananadilewski, Ignignokt, Boxy Brown, Various||Series also known by various alternative titles
Co-Creator, Writer, Director, Producer, Actor
|2000–2003||The Brak Show||George Martinez, Meatwad||Actor|
|2000–2005||Sealab 2021||Big Brain, Dolphin Boy Twins, Bizarro Dr. Quinn, Meatwad||Actor, Writer|
|2004–2007||Perfect Hair Forever||Coiffio||Writer, Actor|
|2004||Anime Talk Show||Meatwad||Writer (TV Special)|
|2004||Spacecataz||Ignignokt||Co-Creator, Writer, Director, Producer, Actor (Failed pilot)|
|2004-2005||Stroker and Hoop||Creative consultant|
|2005–present||Squidbillies||Narrator, Denny, various||Co-Creator, Writer, Director, Producer, Actor|
|2005–2006||12 Oz. Mouse||Rhoda||Actor|
|2007||Aqua Teen Hunger Force Colon Movie Film For Theaters||Meatwad, Carl Brutananadilewski, Ignignokt||Writer, Director, Producer, Actor (Feature film)|
|2007||Aqua Teen Hunger Force Zombie Ninja Pro-Am||Meatwad, Carl Brutananadilewski, Ignignokt, Trees,
|Writer, Director, Actor (Video game)|
|2007–present||Carl's Stone Cold Lock of the Century of the Week||Carl Brutananadilewski||Creator, Actor (Online series)|
|2008||Young Person's Guide to History||Director, Producer (TV Special)|
|2009–||Cheyenne Cinnamon and the Fantabulous
Unicorn of Sugar Town Candy Fudge
|Creator, director, writer (Failed pilot)|
|2011||Family Guy||Writer (New Kidney in Town only)|
|2013-present||Your Pretty Face is Going to Hell||Co-Creator, Director, Writer, Executive Producer|
|2013||Grand Theft Auto V||Carl Brutananadilewski as caller on Flylo FM radio station||Uncredited|
|2014||Too Many Cooks||Creative consultant|
- Browning, John Edgar; Picart, Caroline Joan (October 20, 2010). Dracula in Visual Media: Film, Television, Comic Book and Electronic Game Appearances, 1921–2010. McFarland. pp. 23–. ISBN 978-0-7864-3365-0. Retrieved June 14, 2011.
- Dave Willis at the Internet Movie Database
- Interview with Dave Willis on public radio program The Sound of Young America
- Dave Willis on Twitter
- The Swimcast – interview with Dave Willis, 2008-12-12
- The Swimcast – interview with Dave Willis, 2011-5-12
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