|The Making of Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame||1996 1995 - 1996||Actor||Himself||19967|
|Waking Sleeping Beauty||2010||Actor||Himself||20107|
|Beauty and the Beast||1991||Director||n/a||4|
|Atlantis: the Lost Empire||2001||Director||n/a||4|
|The Hunchback of Notre Dame||1996||Director||n/a||4|
|Spirited Away||2002||Director||(USA release)||4|
|Homeward Bound: the Incredible Journey||1993||Executive Producer||n/a||1|
|Atlantis: the Lost Empire||2001||Story By||n/a||1|
|Oliver & Company||1988||From Story||n/a||1|
|The Lion King||1994||Story By||story material||1|
|Waking Sleeping Beauty||2010||Storyboard Artist||Caricature Artist||1|
|The Prince and the Pauper||1990||Storyboard Artist||storyboard||1|
|The Rescuers Down Under||1990||Storyboard Artist||storyboards||1|
|Oliver & Company||1988||Effects Assistant||animation assistant||1|
|The Brave Little Toaster||1989||Animation Director||(developmental)||1|
|Contributed animation and storyboarding to the cartoon feature "The Brave Little Toaster"; credited as animation director (developmental)|
|First Disney feature credit, served as assistant animator on "The Great Mouse Detective"|
|Grew up in and around the San Francisco Bay Area, principally in Palo Alto, CA|
|Received first story credit on a Disney feature, "Oliver & Company" (also animation assistant)|
|Feature producing debut, executive produced the live-action Disney remake "Homeward Bound: The Incredible Journey"; also supervised the writing and recording of the animals' dialogue; paricipated in the casting of the voice talents|
|First directing collaboration with Gary Trousdale on "Cranium Command", the four-minute animated pre-show for the "Wonders of Life" exhibit at the Epcot center at Disneyworld; also provided the voice of the "Hypothalmus"|
|Contributed animation and storyboarding to "Family Dog", a fully animated installment of the fantasy anthology series "Amazing Stories"|
|Made feature directing debut (with Trousdale) on the acclaimed animated feature, "Beauty and the Beast"|
|Reteamed with directing partner Trousdale for Disney's 34th full-length animated feature, "The Hunchback of Notre Dame"|
|With Trousdale, served as co-director of the Disney animated feature "Atlantis: The Lost Empire"|
|Was collaborating with Trousdale in preproduction on "A Song of the Sea", a proposed animated feature about humpbacked whales, when the opportunity came to switch projects; began preproduction on "The Hunchback of Notre Dame" (date approximate)|
|In fifth grade, took a community center course in animation; made his first super-8 films using cut-outs and clay figures|
|Earned first paycheck for drawing at age seven when his mother submitted his sketch of a garbage truck and garbage man to the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE's "Junior Art Champion" Contest [see Notes]|
|Worked as a storyman on various Disney projects|
|Entered into a long-term exclusive commitment to Walt Disney Feature Animation that will reteam him with Trousdale on several projects|
|Made films throughout junior high school and high school|
|Provided additional story material to the blockbuster animated feature "The Lion King"|
|California Institute of the Arts|
|In addition to winning the SAN FRANCISCO CHRONICLE's "Junior Art Champion" contest, the seven-year-old Wise also won praise from the city's sanitation department which sent him a letter of commendation and a check for the free advertising.|
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