Teddy Newton

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Teddy Newton
Born (1970-10-19) October 19, 1970 (age 47)
Encino, California, U.S.
Alma mater California Institute of the Arts
Occupation Film director, Storyboard artist
Employer Pixar
Notable work Day & Night
Spouse(s) Stacey Newton
Children 2

Teddy Newton (born October 19, 1970) is an artist at Pixar Animation Studios. He has worked as a storyboard artist for 2 Stupid Dogs, The Iron Giant, and Dexter's Laboratory.

He studied at the California Institute of the Arts in its world-renowned Character Animation program.

At Pixar, he also co-wrote the short film Jack-Jack Attack and did the voices of the newsreel narrator in The Incredibles, Skinner's lawyer in Ratatouille, the 'Steward' robots in WALL-E, a television commercial salesman in Up, Chatter Telephone in Toy Story 3, and Mini Buzz in Toy Story Toons: Small Fry. He made his directorial debut with the Pixar short film Day & Night which gave him a nomination at the Oscars for Best Animated Short Film.[1]

As of November 2012, he is directing an untitled project for Pixar, with Derek Connolly writing the script.[2]

Personal life[edit]

Newton is married to Stacey, a story manager at Pixar Animation Studios. They have a son Ace, born on January 21, 2011.[3]


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  1. ^ "The 83rd Academy Awards (2011) Nominees and Winners". The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. February 27, 2011. Retrieved November 29, 2012.
  2. ^ Sneider, Jeff (November 29, 2012). "Connolly: College partnership leads to 'Guaranteed' success". Variety. Retrieved November 29, 2012. After Sundance, Connolly moved up to Emeryville to work at Pixar, where he's writing an untitled project for Teddy Newton (Day and Night). 'It's totally different, the way they do things up here. You're here everyday. You don't go away for three months and come up with a script. You're involved with a director and it's very collaborative.' The Pixar gang also told him 'not to dumb it down or treat animation like it's for kids.'
  3. ^ "Hitched, Hatched, Hired". The Hollywood Reporter. February 2, 2011. Retrieved August 27, 2015.

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