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Gregg Vanzo Wikipedia
Gregg Vanzo (born April 8, 1961 in Webster, New York) is an American animator. He has worked on several shows, including The Simpsons and Futurama. He is also the founder of Rough Draft Studios.
Gregg Vanzo began his career as an animator on Steven Spielberg's Amazing Stories and key animator for the short Box Office Bunny before beginning work on The Simpsons in storyboards, directing, and layout artistry. From there, Vanzo became the overseas supervisor on The Critic. Vanzo went on to serve as animation executive producer for Futurama.
In 1991, with his wife Nikki, Gregg Vanzo founded Rough Draft Studios in Seoul, South Korea. The studio has produced animation for such shows as The Simpsons, Futurama, King of the Hill, Beavis and Butthead, and The Maxx.
Later, Rough Draft Studios opened a sister studio in Glendale, California."There's No Disgrace Like Home" (co-directed with Kent Butterworth)
"Space Pilot 3000" (co-directed with Rich Moore)
"A Fishful of Dollars" (co-directed with Ron Hughart)
"The Problem with Popplers" (co-directed with Chris Sauve)