Kevin Andrew Munroe|
October 26, 1972
Bathurst, New Brunswick
|Occupation||Director, screenwriter, producer, animator, filmmaker, artist|
|Years active||1999 – present|
Dylan Dog: Dead of Night
|Spouse(s)||Mignonne Anne Lampl|
Kevin Andrew Munroe (born 26 October 1972) is a Canadian filmmaker, director, screenwriter, producer, animator and artist, now an American citizen. His best-known work is that of writer and director of TMNT (2007), where he also had a cameo appearance as a diner patron.
Munroe has done extensive animation work during the last decade including video games, TV series, comic books and original. He has worked on the development of writing and design of animated projects for companies like Jim Henson Company, Stan Winston Studios, Shiny Entertainment, Disney, Warner Bros., Cartoon Network and Nickelodeon.
Munroe started his career as storyboard artist on Nickelodeon's Hey Arnold!. He also created, scripted and produced the international Christmas special Donner for ABC Family and TV-Loonland. He also made his directorial debut with the video game Freaky Flyers. He also wrote the critically acclaimed comic book series El Zombo Fantasma which he co-created with Dave Wilkins for Dark Horse Comics, and Olympus Heights for IDW Publishing.
|1999||Hey Arnold! (TV)||Storyboard artist|
|2001||Donner (TV)||Writer, producer, character designer, production designer|
|2003||Freaky Flyers (VG)||Director, writer, lead artist|
|2006||The Ant Bully||Concept Artist|
|2007||TMNT||Director, writer, character designer|
|2011||Dylan Dog: Dead of Night||Director, co-producer|
|2016||Ratchet & Clank||Director, writer, executive producer|
|2017||My Little Pony: The Movie||Creative consultant, Storyboard artist|
|Troll: The Tale of a Tail||Director, writer, storyboard artist|
|TBA||Sly Cooper||Director, writer|
|El Zombo Fantasma||Director, writer|
- Steve Fritz. "Director Kevin Munroe Talks 'Gatchaman', 'Dead of Night'". Newsarama.
- "Dylan Dog Adaptation Dead on Night Set For Italian Premiere". DreadCentral.
- Staff, Comingsoon. "El Zombo Fantasma Coming to the Big Screen". Comingsoon.net. Retrieved 17 January 2018.
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