|Born||Mark S. O'Hare
July 18, 1968
San Pedro, California, U.S.
|Alma mater||California Institute of the Arts|
|Occupation||Storyboard artist, writer, and director|
|Known for||Rocko's Modern Life, SpongeBob SquarePants, Camp Lazlo|
O'Hare is well known for his work on animated television shows as a writer and storyboard artist for Rocko's Modern Life, SpongeBob SquarePants, Dexter's Laboratory, The Powerpuff Girls, Hey Arnold!, The Mighty B! and Chowder. He performed storyboard work on The Ren and Stimpy Show. Throughout the run of the series, O'Hare served as the creative director and supervising producer on Camp Lazlo. He is currently a storyboard artist at Illumination Entertainment, contributing to the films Despicable Me, The Lorax, and recently, the sequel Despicable Me 2.
Although accepted into the aeronautical engineering program at Purdue University, O'Hare shifted focus after his sophomore year to study graphic design, later getting acceptance into the character animation program at California Institute of the Arts.
O'Hare has been nominated four times for an Emmy from the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and won his first Emmy in 2007 for "Outstanding Animated Program" on Camp Lazlo and his second in 2008.
|1992||Cool World||Character designer|
|2004||Shrek 2||Storyboard artist|
|2004||Shark Tale||Additional storyboard artist|
|2010||Despicable Me||Storyboard artist|
|2012||The Lorax||Storyboard artist|
|2013||Despicable Me 2||Storyboard artist|
|1993-1996||Rocko's Modern Life||Writer
|1995||The Ren & Stimpy Show||Storyboard artist|
|1997||Life with Louie||Storyboard artist|
|1997||The Angry Beavers||Storyboard artist|
Character layout artist
|2001||Jeffrey Cat: All Dogs Don't Go to Heaven||Creator
|2010||Adventure Time||Storyboard revisionist|
- Rebus (2001) - Christo (actor)
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