Tristan Homer

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Tristan Homer
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Tristan Homer, taken May 19, 2007
Born 1980
Salmon Cove, Newfoundland

Tristan Homer is a Canadian television producer and podcaster.

He is currently the producer of the animated children's television program Winston Steinburger and Sir Dudley Ding Dong.[1]

He has also served as producer on Numb Chucks,[2] Almost Naked Animals[3] and as line producer on the series Max & Ruby,[4] as well as the Gemini-nominated television adaptation of Wibbly Pig.[5]

As a podcaster, Homer co-created the video series Jim Dupree: Enthusiast in 2005. The podcast was later adapted for television, and aired on BiteTV in Canada.[6]

Homer was nominated for a 2013 Canadian Screen Award for his work on Almost Naked Animals.[7] In 2014, he won in the Best Animated Program or Series category for his work on the same show.[8]

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