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Matt Groening Net Worth

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$500 Million

Matt Groening Biography

It’s been estimated that Matt Groening net value gets to 500 million dollars. He’s mostly called an animator , who made the popular TV group of “The Simpsons”. The display is popular all over the globe and elevated Matt Groening net worthy of by a mile. On 14th of February 2012, he got 2,459th superstar on the reputed Hollywood Walk of Fame. The initial cartoon which he produced was called “Lifestyle in Hell”. While in university, he proved helpful as an editor of college’s newspaper. The cartoon became very popular and during its peak, it had been printed in a lot more than 200 every week publications. Brooks, one of the primary titles in Hollywood. ‘The Simpsons’ in addition has received a Celebrity on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. In 1997, Groening created the display Futurama which aired 101 episodes in 6 months. It has become probably the most well-known animated tv series and happens to be in its 28th season. Unlike numerous others Matt Groening dislikes to wait college shot him to the fame as cartoonist as his disliking to review switched him towards sketching. Nevertheless, Matt Groening feared of dropping possession rights and made a decision to make his personal TV show which was how “The Simpsons” were born. He called the primary characters of the display – the users of the Simpson family members – after his personal family members. Nevertheless, Bart Simpson was called after the related sounding of the term ‘brat’. A lot more than 500 episodes have already been broadcasted currently. In 1997, Matt Groening started a fresh Television series known as “Futurama”. Brooks, who asked Matt Groening to carefully turn his book right into a Television series known as “Tracey Ulman Display”. Matt Groening Net Well worth $500 Million: Matthew Abram ‘Matt’ Groening (/ˈɡreɪnɪŋ/ GRAY-ning; The series began to be proven in 1999 plus they portrayed a lifestyle after one thousand years. “The Simpson” became the most viewed animated Television series. In 2003, the show was canceled. Even so, his another present, the previously mentioned creating, stayed airing and Simpsons. He has effectively created the animated Television series ‘The Simpsons’. He’s the recipient of 12 Primetime Emmy awards, 10 of these belong to it present “The Simpsons” and 2 of these to the “Futurama”. Cohen created Futurama, an animated series about lifestyle in the entire year 3000, which premiered in 1999, working for four years on Fox, then found by Humor Central for additional months. Brooks, who invited him to create animated shorts for display titled “The Tracey Ullman Display” and finally “The Simpsons” was created. Discussing his personal existence, in 1986 he wedded Deborah Caplan, with whom he offers two children – Homer and Abe. Both of these were generally portrayed as rabbits in his computer animation “Life in Hell”. Nevertheless, after being collectively for 13 years, the couple made a decision to divorce. Brooks asked him to include heroes from the cartoon to the display. In 2002, he received the National Cartoonist Culture Reuben Award for his focus on Existence in Hell. The near future cartoonist, maker, screenwriter, voice actor, writer, animator, musician and comedian required birth on 15th of February, 1954 as Matthew Abram Groening. Groening can be the stepfather of Camille, who’s the child of Agustina Picasso from her earlier relationship. He’s a son lately instructor, Margaret Ruth and filmmaker, article writer, advertiser and cartoonist, Homer Philip Groening. Existence in Hell captured the interest of James L. Native of Portland, Oregon, Matt finished his schooling through Ainsworth Elementary College and then Lincoln SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL. For his further research, he became a member of The Evergreen Condition College, a liberal artwork academy in Olympia Washington. It had been marketed to the Wet magazine in 1978. After viewing animated movie “A HUNDRED and One Dalmatians”, he discovered his curiosity in cartoons. Enlightening his like existence, he tied knot along with his girlfriend Agustina Picasso after dating her for four very long years. She actually is an Argentinean artist by career. She has a child called Camille with her ex- husband. The few gave birth with their first kid, Nathaniel Philip Picasso Groening in-may 2013. Before marrying Agustina, he was spouse of Deborah Caplan. Though “The Tracey Ullman Display” cannot sustain for lengthy, “The Simpsons” offered him the popularity that was more than enough for him to carve his name in the American entertainment globe. They possess two sons jointly. The few finally got divorced in 1999. With the motive of forming his profession on paper, Matt relocated to LA at age 12. 101 episodes of it were shown in 6 periods. He sold his publication to the LA Weekly. That idea was “The Simpsons”. Groening called the characters after associates of his own family members. Hence, his involvement into computer animation industry added a whole lot of revenues to Matt Groening net worthy of. The couple exchanged relationship vows in 1986. The display premiered in the entire year 1989. It became well-known and continued continue till 2012. Brooks. Nevertheless after 4 years, the display was cancelled. The display was revived and it gained the 2011 Emmy Award for Exceptional Animated Program. He’s popular for his assorted flavor in music. He’s a big lover of The Moms of Invention and Frank Zappa. Captain Beefheart’s album “Trout Mask Look-alike” is his preferred. Matt guest-edited Greatest Music Composing 2003 of Da Capo Press and in 2003, he curated music festival of most Tomorrow’s Parties. He once again curated its following edition in Minehead, England in-may 2010. Among the best American animators Matt Groening net worthy of has been mentioned with an estimate which gets to 500 million dollars. The estimated net worthy of of Matt Groening can be $540 million US dollars. Elevated in Portland, Matt Groening shifted to LA in order to look for better potential and initially worked a number of non-related to his current profession jobs. He’s mostly referred to as the creator of the favorite animated Television series “The Simpsons” which is well known all around the globe and which brings huge amount of money to the overall quantity of Matt Groening net well worth. The distinguished animator along with creator of well-known animated displays, Matt has accumulated an enormous sum of his net well worth mainly because creator of “The Simpson”. Matt Groening’s unmatched function offers been honored with several accolades and commendations. He offers craved his name in twelve Emmy awards out of twenty-five nominations. When he wasn’t at among these careers, he was pouring all his frustrations right into a self-released animated publication called “Existence in Hell”. Furthermore, he’s also a creator of another animated Television series called “Futurama”. He’s quite energetic in social media sites.S. He continually posts his photos in Instagram. Additional information concerning his personal and professional existence could be fetched via wiki and additional internet sites. The mentioned American animator and the creator of the strike animated series, The Simpsons, Matt Groening comes with an estimated net well worth of $500 million by 2013. Born in Portland, Matt shifted his foundation to LA to fulfill his imagine learning to be a writer. He experienced numerous day careers and he explained his frustrated existence to his close friends through a comic publication, Existence in Hell, which he released himself. In 2013, he became among the co-authors of ‘Hard Listening’. It had been also this cartoon which helped Matt Groening to become observed by James L.


Known for movies

Quick Facts

Full NameMatt Groening
Net Worth$500 Million
Salary$500 million
Date Of BirthFebruary 15, 1954
ProfessionScreenwriter, Television producer, Musician, Comedian, Film producer, Voice Actor, Author, Animator
EducationLincoln High School, The Evergreen State College
NationalityAmerican
SpouseAgustina Picasso, Deborah Caplan
ChildrenNathaniel Philip Picasso Groening, Abe Groening, Homer Groening
ParentsHomer Groening, Margaret Groening
SiblingsLisa Groening, Maggie Groening, Mark Groening, Patty Groening
AwardsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program, Reuben Award for Outstanding Cartoonist of the Year, British Comedy Award for Outstanding Contribution to Comedy, Writers Guild of America Award - Animation Writers Caucus Animation Writing Award
Music GroupsRock Bottom Remainders
NominationsPrimetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Writing - Variety Series, British Academy Television International Award, Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming One Hour or More), TCA Award for Individual Achievement in Comedy, PGA Producer of the Year Award in Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures
MoviesThe Longest Daycare, Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs, Futurama: Bender's Big Score, The Simpsons Movie, Hair High, Olive, the Other Reindeer
TV ShowsFuturama, Clerks: The Animated Series, The PJs, Olive, the Other Reindeer, The Simpsons shorts, The Simpsons


Interesting Facts

#Fact
1 His surname is pronounced "GRAY-ning", not "Groaning".
2 He decided to give the Simpsons characters yellow skin to attract and deter channel surfers.
3 Good friends with Seth MacFarlane.
4 Received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame at 7021 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California on February 15, 2012 (his 58th birthday).
5 Is a huge fan of the Three Stooges and has often made references to the comedy team on The Simpsons (1989) and Futurama (1999), the latter of which often features Dr. Zoidberg doing the "Curly" whoop.
6 Was once subjected to a strip-search by airport security who considered him a suspicious character. As he was led away, a little boy said, "Ha, ha!" like Nelson on The Simpsons. Groening found the boy's mockery the most irritating thing about the incident.
7 Brother of Lisa Groening.
8 In October 2008, Matt was named the third greatest living genius. The London Telegraph put together a panel of six experts in creativity and innovation from Creators Synectics, a global consultants firm. They compiled a list of the top 100 geniuses, and Matt came in No. 3 (he was four, but one of the guys tied for first died).
9 Is a huge fan of The Residents. In 1979, he wrote "The True Story of The Residents".
10 1978: Sold his first cartoon strip to "Wet", a Los Angeles-based, avant-garde magazine.
11 An American citizen, born in Springfield, Oregon, he is half-Canadian.
12 After his divorce in 1999, he lived together with dating expert Lauren Frances for six years.
13 Insists that his last name is properly pronounced "GRAY-ning" (rhymes with "raining"), as opposed to "GRO-ning" (rhymes with "moaning").
14 Creator of "Life in Hell", "Akbar and Jeff", The Simpsons (1989) and Futurama (1999).
15 Despite the fact that there are many "Star Trek" references on both The Simpsons (1989) and Futurama (1999), he claims to have never seen a complete episode of Star Trek (1966).
16 Is a huge fan of Godzilla. The monster even makes a cameo appearance on The Simpsons: Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo (1999) with fellow monsters Mothra, Rodan and Gamera.
17 Many members of the Simpson family are named for members of his own family: Homer, Marge, Maggie, Lisa and Patty. In order to avoid insulting another family member by making him the namesake of a Simpsons character, he left Homer's father unnamed. The writers of the series named him Abraham. Coincidentally, Groening's own middle name is Abram. In 1993, he named his second son Abe.
18 Has two sons with Deborah Caplan: Homer Groening (born 1991) and Abe Groening (born 1993).
19 Attended and graduated from Lincoln High School in Portland, Oregon.
20 Said in an interview with L.A. Weekly that the band Sonic Youth's version of The Simpsons (1989) theme song is his favorite cover version of it.
21 He says his last name rhymes with "complaining".
22 He said in a 1990 interview, that Bart Simpson was based partly on Dennis the Menace and himself as a child. Bart's original name was to be 'Matt' but he changed it because it sounded too closely-related. The name Bart is an anagram of 'brat'.
23 Brother-in-law of Craig Bartlett.
24 Graduated from the Evergreen State College, a small 4-year liberal arts college, where he was editor of the school paper his final year.
25 His parents were Homer and Margaret, and his sisters were Lisa and Maggie.
26 The Comic Book Guy, a character in The Simpsons (1989) is a version of what Matt Groening considers himself to be like.
27 Son of Homer Groening, animator and producer of surf movies.


Trademarks

#Trademark
1 Often works his initials into a drawing. For instance, Homer Simpson has hair forming an M and ears shaped like Gs
2 Homages to classic films
3 His characters' middle name often begins with the letter "J", e.g. Homer J(ay) Simpson, Bart J(ojo) Simpsons, Philip J. Fry
4 Cartoon characters with overbites


Quotes

#Quote
1 Cartooning is for people who can't quite draw and can't quite write. You combine the two half-talents and come up with a career.
2 The history of television has traditionally been not to do anything that would scandalize Grandma or upset Junior. Our solution on The Simpsons is to do jokes that people who have an education, or some frame of reference, can get. And for the ones who don't, it doesn't matter, because we have Homer banging his head and saying, "D'oh!".
3 On the television series [The Simpsons], a joke has to pass muster about 100 times before it gets on the air. On the movie, it's probably 1,000 times. There are jokes that were funny the first 350 times, and then, the 351st time, we go, "Ah, I'm kinda tired of that", so we change it. And what stays in are the most obvious, dumb, visceral, knee jerk, mayhem gags. Any time a character falls down, gets kicked in the face, hit in the head... anything involving head injuries. We work so hard on the wittiest dialog, involving sophisticated references to books and movies, and then what gets a laugh is Homer belching after drinking beer. It keeps you humble.
4 [when asked "Is there a God?"] If there is, all evidence indicates that He hates me.
5 [on the Simpsons bar Moe's Tavern and taverns in general] I was always frightened by taverns. They just seemed like very unpleasant places to go. And there is nothing nice about Moe's Tavern. It's just a creepy, dark place. And there are never any women in there.
6 I'm a writer who just happens to draw


Pictures

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Won Awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2014 Webby Award The Webby Awards Online Film & Video: Events & Live Webcasts Futurama Live! (2013) David X. Cohen (Executive Producer / Panelist)

Dave Bernath (EVP Programming Strategy & Multiplatform)

Steve Grimes (SVP Multiplatform Strategy & Development)

Chris Hardwick (Producer / Host)

Seth Laderman (Producer)

Jake Wallace (Producer)

Myke Furhman (Producer)

Antonia Coffman (Producer)

Lee Supercinski (Producer)

Patric M. Verrone (Panelist)

Billy West (Panelist)

Maurice LaMarche (Panelist)

Lauren Tom (Panelist)

Phil LaMarr (Panelist)

Peter Avanzino (Panelist)
2013 Animation Writers Caucus Animation Award Writers Guild of America, USA
2012 Star on the Walk of Fame Walk of Fame Television On February 14, 2012. At 7021 Hollywood Blvd.
2011 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program Futurama (1999) Claudia Katz (produced by)

Peter Avanzino (supervising director/directed by)

Ken Keeler (executive producer)

Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)

Lee Supercinski (produced by)

David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Michael Rowe (co-executive producer)

Josh Weinstein (co-executive producer)

Ira Sherak (assistant director)

Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)

Patric M. Verrone (co-executive producer)

Lewis Morton (written by)

Dan Vebber (co-executive producer)

Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)
2011 Winsor McCay Award Annie Awards Brad Bird

Eric Goldberg
2008 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

Tim Long (executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Ron Hauge (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)

Rick Polizzi (animation producer)

J. Stewart Burns (written by)

Chuck Sheetz
2006 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

Carolyn Omine (executive producer)

Tim Long (executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Don Payne (co-executive producer)

Dana Gould (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer/writer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer/writer)

Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)

Rick Polizzi (animation producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (written by)

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2003 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer/writer)

Matt Selman (co-executive producer/writer)

Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)

Carolyn Omine (co-executive producer)

Tim Long (co-executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Don Payne (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

Dana Gould (co-executive producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Michael Wolf (animation executive producer)

Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)

Rick Polizzi (animation producer)

Matt Warburton (writer)

David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Ken Keeler (co-executive producer)

Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)

Lewis Morton (supervising producer)

Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer)

J. Stewart Burns (supervising producer/writer)

Bill Odenkirk (producer)

Eric Kaplan (producer)

Brian J. Cowan (producer)

Claudia Katz (produced by)

Rich Moore (supervising director/director)

Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)
2001 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Mike Scully (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer/writer)

George Meyer (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)

Ron Hauge (co-executive producer)

Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)

Frank Mula (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Julie Thacker (supervising producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Larry Doyle (producer)

Tom Martin (producer)

Carolyn Omine (producer)

John Frink (producer)

Don Payne (producer)

Matt
2001 Award for Ongoing Commitment Environmental Media Awards, USA Matt Groening and an actor in a foam costume of Lisa Simpson accepted the award.
2000 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

George Meyer (executive producer/writer)

Mike Scully (executive producer/writer)

Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)

Frank Mula (co-executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Ron Hauge (co-executive producer)

Julie Thacker (supervising producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Bonita Pietila

Carolyn Omine

Denise Sirkot

Don Payne

Richard Raynis

Richard Sakai

Tom
1998 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) Mike Scully (executive producer)

James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

George Meyer (co-executive producer)

David X. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Richard Appel (co-executive producer)

Dan Greaney

Ron Hauge

Donick Cary

Colin A.B.V. Lewis

Bonita Pietila

J. Michael Mendel

Richard Raynis

Richard Sakai

Denise Sirkot

Ian Maxtone-Graham (consulting producer/writer)

David Mirkin (consulting producer)

Jace Richdale (consulting producer)

Bill Oakley (consulting producer)

Josh We
1997 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) Bill Oakley (executive producer)

Josh Weinstein (executive producer)

James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Mike Scully (executive producer)

George Meyer (executive producer)

Steve Tompkins (executive producer)

Phil Roman (animation executive producer)

Jonathan Collier (producer)

Ken Keeler (producer)

David X. Cohen (producer)

Richard Appel (producer)

J. Michael Mendel (producer)

Richard Raynis (producer)

David Silverman (producer)

Richard Sakai (producer)

Denise Sirkot (producer)

Colin A.B.V. Lewis (producer)

1995 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) David Mirkin (executive producer)

James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Jace Richdale (producer)

George Meyer (producer)

J. Michael Mendel (producer)

Greg Daniels (producer/writer)

Bill Oakley (producer)

David Sacks (producer)

Josh Weinstein (producer)

Jonathan Collier (producer)

Richard Raynis (producer)

Richard Sakai (producer)

Mike Scully (producer)

David Silverman (producer)

Al Jean (consulting producer)

Mike Reiss (consulting producer)

Phil Roman (animation executive producer)

Bill Schultz
1991 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Al Jean (supervising producer)

Mike Reiss (supervising producer)

Jay Kogen (producer)

Wallace Wolodarsky (producer)

Richard Sakai (producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (producer)

George Meyer (co-producer)

Gabor Csupo (executive animation producer)

Sherry Gunther (animation producer)

Steve Pepoon (writer)

Rich Moore (director)
1990 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Richard Sakai (co-producer)

Al Jean (co-producer)

Mike Reiss (co-producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (co-producer)

Margot Pipkin (animation producer)

Gabor Csupo (supervising animation director)

David Silverman (director)

John Swartzwelder (writer)

Nominated Awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

John Frink (executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Jeff Westbrook (co-executive producer)

Brian Kelley (co-executive producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Tom Klein (animation producer)

Carolyn Omine (written by)

Mike
2015 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

John Frink (executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Jeff Westbrook (co-executive producer)

Brian Kelley (co-executive producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Tom Klein (animation producer)

Stephanie Gillis (written by)

Ma
2014 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program Futurama (1999) David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Ken Keeler (executive producer)

Josh Weinstein (executive producer/written by)

Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)

Dan Vebber (co-executive producer)

Michael Rowe (co-executive producer)

Patric M. Verrone (co-executive producer)

Lee Supercinski (producer)

Claudia Katz (producer)

Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)

Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)

Peter Avanzino (supervising director/directed by)

David D. Au (assistant director)
2013 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

John Frink (executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Matt Warburton (co-executive producer)

Jeff Westbrook (co-executive producer)

Tom Klein (animation producer)

Mike B. Anderson (supervising director)

Peter Gomez (assistant director)

2012 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program Futurama (1999) David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Ken Keeler (executive producer/writer)

Patric M. Verrone (co-executive producer)

Josh Weinstein (co-executive producer)

Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)

Michael Rowe (co-executive producer)

Dan Vebber (co-executive producer)

Lee Supercinski (producer)

Claudia Katz (producer)

Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)

Peter Avanzino (supervising director)

Raymie Muzquiz (director)

Aldin Baroza (assistant director)

Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)
2012 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

John Frink (executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer/written by)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Matt Warburton (co-executive producer)

Jeff Westbrook (co-executive producer)

Brian Kelley (co-executive producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Tom Klein (animation producer)

2011 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

John Frink (executive producer/written by)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Matt Warburton (co-executive producer)

Jeff Westbrook (co-executive producer)

Brian Kelley (co-executive producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Tom Klein (animation producer)

2010 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Ron Hauge (co-executive producer)

Rob LaZebnik (co-executive producer)

Matt Warburton (co-executive producer)

Jeff Westbrook (co-executive producer/writer)

Brian Kelley (co-executive producer/writer)

Tom Klein (animation producer)

Mike B. Anderson (supervising director)

2009 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Matt Selman (executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Ron Hauge (co-executive producer)

Jeff Westbrook (co-executive producer/writer)

Brian Kelley (co-executive producer)

Tom Klein (animation producer)

Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)

Billy Kimball (written by)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (written by)

Chris Clements (directed by)

Mike B. Anderson
2008 Annie Annie Awards Best Writing in an Animated Feature Production The Simpsons Movie (2007) James L. Brooks

Al Jean

Ian Maxtone-Graham

George Meyer

David Mirkin

Mike Reiss

Mike Scully

Matt Selman

John Swartzwelder

Jon Vitti
2008 OFTA Film Award Online Film & Television Association Best Animated Picture The Simpsons Movie (2007) James L. Brooks

Al Jean

Mike Scully

Richard Sakai
2008 PGA Award PGA Awards Outstanding Producer of Animated Theatrical Motion Pictures The Simpsons Movie (2007) James L. Brooks

Al Jean

Richard Sakai

Mike Scully
2007 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (executive producer)

Tim Long (executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Don Payne (co-executive producer)

Dana Gould (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer)

Marc Wilmore (co-executive producer)

Joel H. Cohen (co-executive producer)

Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)

Rick Polizzi (animation producer)

Mark Kirkland (supervising director)

M
2005 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (executive producer)

Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)

Carolyn Omine (co-executive producer)

Tim Long (co-executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Don Payne (co-executive producer)

Dana Gould (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer)

J. Stewart Burns (co-executive producer/writer)

Bill Odenkirk (co-executive producer/writer)

Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)

Rick Polizzi (animation producer)

Matt Selman (written by)

David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Ken Keeler (executive producer)

David A. Goodman (co-executive producer)

Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer/written by)

Eric Kaplan (supervising producer)

Bill Odenkirk (supervising producer)

Michael Rowe (producer)

Brian J. Cowan (producer)

Claudia Katz (produced by)

Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)

Rich Moore (supervising director)

Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)

Brian Sheesley (director)

Stephanie Arnett (assistant director)
2004 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Al Jean (executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)

Matt Selman (co-executive producer)

Dan Greaney (co-executive producer)

Carolyn Omine (co-executive producer)

Tim Long (co-executive producer)

John Frink (co-executive producer)

Don Payne (co-executive producer)

Dana Gould (co-executive producer)

Kevin Curran (co-executive producer)

Brian Kelley (co-executive producer/writer)

Michael Price (co-executive producer/writer)

Laurie Biernacki (animation producer)

Rick Polizzi (animation producer)

J. Stewart Burns (written by)

David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Ken Keeler (executive producer)

David A. Goodman (co-executive producer)

Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer)

Bill Odenkirk (supervising producer)

Eric Kaplan (supervising producer/writer)

Eric Horsted (producer)

Michael Rowe (producer)

Brian J. Cowan (producer)

Claudia Katz (producer)

Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)

Swinton O. Scott III (director)

Rich Moore (supervising director)

Scott Vanzo (director of computer graphics)

Celeste Pustilnick (animation timer)
2002 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour) The Simpsons (1989) Al Jean (executive producer)

James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)

Matt Selman (co-executive producer)

Josh Lieb (co-executive producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (supervising producer)

Carolyn Omine (supervising producer)

Tim Long (supervising producer)

John Frink (supervising producer)

Don Payne (supervising producer)

Dana Gould (supervising producer)

Kevin Curran (supervising producer)

Brian Kelley (supervising producer)

George Meyer (producer)

Dan Greaney (producer)

Ron Hauge (producer)

David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Ken Keeler (co-executive producer)

Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)

Lewis Morton (supervising producer/writer)

Patric M. Verrone (supervising producer)

J. Stewart Burns (supervising producer)

Bill Odenkirk (producer)

Eric Kaplan (producer)

Brian J. Cowan (producer)

Claudia Katz (produced by)

Gregg Vanzo (animation executive producer)

Rich Moore (supervising director)

Brian Sheesley (director)
2000 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming More Than One Hour) Olive, the Other Reindeer (1999) Drew Barrymore (executive producer)

Nancy Juvonen (executive producer)

Claudia De La Roca (executive producer)

Alex Johns

John A. Davis (animation director/producer)

Keith Alcorn (animation producer)

Steve Young (writer)

Steve Moore (director)
1999 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) Futurama (1999) David X. Cohen (executive producer)

Ken Keeler (co-executive producer)

Eric Horsted (co-executive producer)

Brian J. Cowan

J. Stewart Burns

Patric M. Verrone

Jason Grode

Tom Gammill (consulting producer)

Max Pross (consulting producer)

Richard Raynis (consulting producer)

Claudia Katz (animation producer)

Lewis Morton (producer/writer)

Susie Dietter (director)

Mili Smythe (co-producer)

Alex Johns (co-producer)

Gregg Vanzo (supervising director)

Rich Moore (supervising director)
1999 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) Mike Scully (executive producer)

David X. Cohen (executive producer)

James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

George Meyer (co-executive producer)

Ian Maxtone-Graham (co-executive producer)

Al Jean (co-executive producer)

Dan Greaney (supervising producer)

Ron Hauge (supervising producer)

Donick Cary (supervising producer)

Brian Scully

Julie Thacker

Larina Jean Adamson

Colin A.B.V. Lewis

J. Michael Mendel

Bonita Pietila

Richard Raynis

Richard Sakai

Denise Sirkot

Carolyn Om
1999 BAFTA TV Award BAFTA Awards Best International (Programme or Series) The Simpsons (1989)
1999 TCA Award Television Critics Association Awards Individual Achievement in Comedy The Simpsons (1989)
1996 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) Bill Oakley (executive producer)

Josh Weinstein (executive producer)

James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Greg Daniels (co-executive producer)

George Meyer (co-executive producer)

Mike Scully (supervising producer)

Steve Tompkins (supervising producer)

David X. Cohen (co-producer/writer)

Brent Forrester (co-producer)

Jonathan Collier (producer)

Ken Keeler (producer)

J. Michael Mendel (producer)

Richard Raynis (producer)

David Silverman (producer)

Richard Sakai (producer)

Al Jean (consulting producer)

Mike Reiss (c
1992 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Gabor Csupo (animation executive producer)

Mike Reiss (co-executive producer)

Al Jean (co-executive producer)

Jay Kogen (supervising producer)

Wallace Wolodarsky (supervising producer)

George Meyer (producer)

Richard Sakai (producer)

David Silverman (producer)

Sherry Gunther (animation producer)

John Swartzwelder (co-producer)

Carlos Baeza (director)

Jon Vitti (writer)
1990 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming One Hour or Less) The Simpsons (1989) James L. Brooks (executive producer)

Sam Simon (executive producer)

Richard Sakai (producer)

Al Jean (co-producer)

Mike Reiss (co-producer)

Larina Jean Adamson (co-producer)

Margot Pipkin (animation producer)

Gabor Csupo (supervising animation director)

David Silverman (director)

Mimi Pond (writer)
1989 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program The Tracey Ullman Show (1987) James L. Brooks (writer)

Heide Perlman (writer)

Jerry Belson (writer)

Ken Estin (writer)

Sam Simon (writer)

Marc Flanagan (writer)

Jay Kogen (writer)

Wallace Wolodarsky (writer)

Michael Sardo (writer)

Dick Blasucci (writer)

Tracey Ullman (writer)
1988 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program The Tracey Ullman Show (1987) James L. Brooks

Heide Perlman

Jerry Belson

Ken Estin

Sam Simon

Marc Flanagan

Wallace Wolodarsky

Jay Kogen

Dick Blasucci

Tracey Ullman
1987 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program The Tracey Ullman Show (1987) James L. Brooks (writer)

Jerry Belson (writer)

Heide Perlman (writer)

Ken Estin (writer)

Paul Flaherty (writer)

Dick Blasucci (writer)

Sue Herring (writer)

Kim Fuller (writer)

Sam Simon (writer)

Marc Flanagan (writer)


Filmography

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Untitled Matt Groening Project TV Series pre-production
The Simpsons TV Series created by - 619 episodes, 1989 - 2017 developed by - 617 episodes, 1989 - 2017 written by - 4 episodes, 1990 - 1996
Planet of the Couches 2016 TV Movie creator
Futurama: Game of Drones 2016 Video Game creator
The Simpsons Take the Bowl 2014 Video creator / creator
Futurama TV Series created by - 124 episodes, 1999 - 2013 developed by - 124 episodes, 1999 - 2013 story by - 2 episodes, 2010 written by - 1 episode, 1999
The Longest Daycare 2012 Short characters - uncredited / written by
Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder 2009 Video creator / creator
Futurama: Bender's Game 2008 Video creator / creator
Futurama: The Lost Adventure 2008 Video short creator / creator
Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs 2008 Video creator / creator
'Futurama' Returns 2007 Video documentary short creator
Futurama: Bender's Big Score 2007 Video creator / creator
The Simpsons Game 2007 Video Game creator
The Simpsons Movie 2007 based on the television series "The Simpsons" created by - uncredited / based on the television series "The Simpsons" developed by - uncredited / screenplay
Futurama 2003 Video Game creator / creator
The Simpsons: Virtual Springfield 1997 Video Game creator
Virtual Bart 1994 Video Game characters - uncredited
Krusty's Super Fun House 1992 Video Game characters
The Simpsons: Bart's Nightmare 1992 Video Game characters
The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Juggernauts 1992 Video Game creator
The Simpsons 1991 Video Game creator
The Simpsons: Bart's House of Weirdness 1991 Video Game creator
The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants 1991 Video Game creator
The Simpsons: Family Therapy 1989 TV Short
The Tracey Ullman Show 1987-1989 TV Series written by - 4 episodes
The Simpsons: Family Portrait 1988 TV Short
The Simpsons: Good Night 1987 TV Short creator / screenwriter

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Untitled Matt Groening Project TV Series executive producer pre-production
The Simpsons 1989-2016 TV Series executive producer - 597 episodes
Planet of the Couches 2016 TV Movie executive producer
Trumptastic Voyage 2015 TV Movie executive producer - uncredited
Futurama Live! 2013 TV Series short executive producer
Futurama 1999-2013 TV Series executive producer - 124 episodes
The Longest Daycare 2012 Short producer
The Adventures of Delivery-Boy Man 2010 Video short executive producer
Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder 2009 Video executive producer
Futurama: Bender's Game 2008 Video executive producer
Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs 2008 Video executive producer
The Simpsons Ride 2008 Short producer
Futurama: Bender's Big Score 2007 Video executive producer
The Simpsons Game 2007 Video Game executive producer
The Simpsons Movie 2007 producer
A Terrifying Message from Al Gore 2006 Video short producer
The Simpsons: Skateboarding 2002 Video Game executive producer - uncredited
Olive, the Other Reindeer 1999 TV Movie executive producer
Deep Deep Trouble 1991 TV Movie executive producer
Do the Bartman 1990 TV Short executive producer

Animation Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Simpsons TV Series character designer - 597 episodes, 1989 - 2016 character design - 2 episodes, 1999 - 2000
Futurama 1999-2013 TV Series original character designer - 124 episodes
The Longest Daycare 2012 Short original character designer - uncredited
Futurama: Into the Wild Green Yonder 2009 Video original character designer
Futurama: Bender's Game 2008 Video original character designer
Futurama: The Beast with a Billion Backs 2008 Video original character designer
Futurama: Bender's Big Score 2007 Video original character designer
The Simpsons Movie 2007 original character designer - uncredited
Futurama 2003 Video Game original character designer - uncredited
CyberWorld 2000 Short original character designer - uncredited
The Ice Capades 50th Anniversary Special 1990 TV Movie animation dialogue exposure
Do the Bartman 1990 TV Short character designer
The Simpsons: Family Therapy 1989 TV Short animator
The Tracey Ullman Show 1987 TV Series animator

Miscellaneous

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Simpsons 1992-2016 TV Series creative consultant - 527 episodes
The Simpsons: Hit & Run 2003 Video Game creative consultant
The Simpsons: Skateboarding 2002 Video Game creative consultant
The Simpsons: Road Rage 2001 Video Game creative consultant
The Simpsons: Night of the Living Treehouse of Horror 2001 Video Game creative consultant
Simpsons Bowling 1999 Video Game creative consultant
The Simpsons: Virtual Springfield 1997 Video Game creative consultant
The Simpsons: Cartoon Studio 1996 Video Game creative consultant
Virtual Bart 1994 Video Game original characters: The Simpsons - uncredited
Itchy & Scratchy in Miniature Golf Madness! 1993 Video Game characters created by
The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man 1992 Video Game character creator
Manufacturing Consent: Noam Chomsky and the Media 1992 Documentary archive source

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Portlandia 2015 TV Series Matt Groening
Date and Switch 2014 Brandon (Lar's Bass Player) (uncredited)
Futurama Live! 2013 TV Series short
The Simpsons: Tapped Out 2012 Video Game Matt Groening (voice, uncredited)
The Simpsons 2004-2011 TV Series Matt Groening / Soccer Presenter
Futurama 2010 TV Series Matt Groening
The Simpsons Game 2007 Video Game Matt Groening (voice)
Hair High 2004 Will (voice)
Comic Book: The Movie 2004 Video Matt Groening
The Pitts 2003 TV Series Bank teller
Olive, the Other Reindeer 1999 TV Movie Arturo (voice)

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Simpsons TV Series lyrics - 1 episode, 2015 writer - 1 episode, 2015 arranger - 1 episode, 1993
The Simpsons Movie 2007 lyrics: "Spider Pig", "Springfield Anthem" / writer: "Spider Pig", "Springfield Anthem"
Olive, the Other Reindeer 1999 TV Movie writer: "The Days Still Remaining 'Til Christmas", "Christmas...Bah, Bug and Hum", "We're Not Really Bad At All", "Merry Christmas, After All"
Deep Deep Trouble 1991 TV Movie writer: "Deep Deep Trouble"

Sound Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Simpsons: Family Therapy 1989 TV Short animation sound effects

Thanks

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Santiago Violenta 2014 inspirational thanks
Family Guy 2014 TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
Tráiganme la Cabeza de la Mujer Metralleta 2012 acknowledgment
Broadcast News: James L. Brooks - A Singular Voice 2011 Video short special thanks
The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special: In 3-D! On Ice! 2010 TV Special documentary thanks
The Devil and Daniel Johnston 2005 Documentary thanks
Hey Arnold! 1998 TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man 1997 TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
The Simpsons: Cartoon Studio 1996 Video Game very special thanks
The Simpsons 1994 TV Series acknowledgement - 1 episode
Peefeeyatko 1991 Documentary special thanks
Fan-O-Rama 2016 Short special thanks post-production
Bird of Steel! 2016 special thanks filming
The 17th Annual Animation Show of Shows 2015 Video very special thanks
MythBusters 2015 TV Series documentary special thanks - 1 episode

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Dreadtown Documentary post-production Himself
A Grand Night In: The Story of Aardman 2015 TV Movie documentary Himself - Creator of 'The Simpsons'
Theory of Obscurity: A Film About the Residents 2015 Documentary
I Thought I Told You to Shut Up!! 2015 Documentary short Himself
Sex and Broadcasting 2014 Documentary Himself
I Know That Voice 2013 Documentary Himself
The One and Only June Foray 2013 Documentary Himself
The '80s: The Decade That Made Us 2013 TV Mini-Series documentary Himself / Himself - Creator: The Simpsons
Beauty Is Embarrassing 2012 Documentary Himself
Comic-Con Episode IV: A Fan's Hope 2011 Documentary Himself
Comic-Con 2010 Live 2010 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Simpsons: Celebrity Friends 2010 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Simpsons: Mischief & Mayhem 2010 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Simpsons: Access All Areas 2010 TV Movie documentary Himself
The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special: In 3-D! On Ice! 2010 TV Special documentary Himself
Live from Studio Five 2010 TV Series Himself
Matt Groening & David X. Cohen in Space 2009 Video documentary short Himself (voice)
Make 'Em Laugh: The Funny Business of America 2009 TV Series documentary Himself
Comic-Con '08 Live 2008 TV Movie Himself
The Seventh Python 2008 Documentary Himself
New Heroes of Comedy 2008 TV Series documentary Himself
Caiga quien caiga 2008 TV Series Himself
13th Annual Critics' Choice Awards 2008 TV Special Himself
'Futurama': Bite My Shiny Metal X 2007 Video documentary short Himself
'Futurama' Returns 2007 Video documentary short Fan #3 (voice, uncredited)
Charlie Rose 2007 TV Series Himself - Guest
Comic-Con 2007 Live 2007 TV Movie Himself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2007 TV Series Himself
The Culture Show 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
Cinetipp 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien 1994-2007 TV Series Himself
The Daily Show 2007 TV Series Himself
Bob & Doug McKenzie's Two-Four Anniversary 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself (uncredited)
Movie Rush 2006 TV Series documentary Himself
The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson 2006 TV Series Himself - Musical Guest
Tales of the Rat Fink 2006 Documentary Finkster (voice)
The British Comedy Awards 2005 2005 TV Special Himself
100 Greatest Cartoons 2005 TV Special documentary Himself
The Devil and Daniel Johnston 2005 Documentary Himself
The British Comedy Awards 2004 2004 TV Special Himself - Presenter
Futurama Featurette 2002 Video documentary short Himself
Great Performances 2000 TV Series Himself
The Beatles Revolution 2000 TV Movie documentary Himself
'The Simpsons': America's First Family 2000 TV Special documentary Himself
My Wasted Life 2000 TV Movie documentary Himself
Good Grief, Charlie Brown: A Tribute to Charles Schulz 2000 TV Special Himself
The Big Breakfast 2000 TV Series Himself
'Futurama': Welcome to the World of Tomorrow 1999 TV Short documentary Himself
Influences: From Yesterday to Today 1999 TV Movie Himself
Space Ghost Coast to Coast 1996 TV Series Himself
The Revenge of the Dead Indians 1993 Documentary Himself
The Oprah Winfrey Show 1992 TV Series Himself
The Magical World of Chuck Jones 1992 Documentary Himself
Peefeeyatko 1991 Documentary Himself
Late Night with David Letterman 1989-1991 TV Series Himself
1st Annual Environmental Media Awards 1991 TV Special Himself
The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson 1991 TV Series Himself
The Story 1969 Short Himself / Narrator

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Some Jerk with a Camera 2015 TV Series documentary Himself
Inside the Actors Studio 2003 TV Series Himself
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