Bob Persichetti

Filmography

Art Department (6)

The Little Prince 2016 (Movie)

Head of Story (Storyboard Artist)

Puss In Boots 2011 (Movie)

Head of Story (Storyboard Artist)

Monsters vs. Aliens 2009 (Movie)

Story Artist (Storyboard Artist)

Flushed Away 2006 (Movie)

Story Artist (Storyboard Artist)

Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit 2005 (Movie)

(Storyboard Artist)

Shrek 2 2004 (Movie)

Story Artist(Story) (Storyboard Artist)
Visual Effects & Animation (5)

Treasure Planet 2002 (Movie)

Rough Inbetweener(Rough Inbetweener) (Inbetweener)

Fantasia 2000 2000 (Movie)

rough inbetweener (Inbetweener)

The Emperor's New Groove 2000 (Movie)

rough in-betweener(character animation--Paris unit) (Inbetweener)

Tarzan 1999 (Movie)

rough in-betweener (Inbetweener)

Hercules 1997 (Movie)

in-betweener(Amphitryon/Alcmene--clean-up animation) (Inbetweener)
Actor (1)

Puss In Boots 2011 (Movie)

Ohhh Cat (Voice)
Writer (1)

The Little Prince 2016 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Milestones

2017

Helmed his first feature film, directing "Playmobil: Robbers, Thieves & Rebels."

2015

Was head of story for "The Little Prince."

2011

Provided the memorable voice of Ohhh Cat, in addition to acting as head of story on "Puss in Boots."

2005

Served as story artist on "The Curse of the Were-Rabbit."

2004

Was a storyboard artist on "Shrek 2."

2000

Worked in the animation department on "The Emperor's New Groove."

1997

Worked as an inbetween artist on "Hercules."

1996

Worked in the animation department on "The Hunchback of Notre Dame."

Bonus Trivia

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"The biggest reason to be excited about seeing Puss in Boots is just that you actually get to hang out with Puss for a whole movie, as opposed to him being a secondary character...He's funny, he's got bravado, and you kind of relate to him." - from movieweb.com, Oct., 2011

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"It’s just easy to imagine that cats sneak away at night to gather, maybe even dance. We always knew we wanted Puss to dance. A flamenco-style dance seemed obvious. The posturing, the attitude, the ego - all are very much in character for Puss." - from dreamworksanimation.tumblr.com, Dec. 12, 2011

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