Craig McCracken

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Born: 03/31/1971 in Charleroi, Pennsylvania, USA

Filmography

Director (7)

Dexter's Laboratory 1995 - 2008, 2012 - 2013 (Tv Show)

Director

Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends 1994 - 2008, 2012 - 2013 (Tv Show)

Director

The Powerpuff Girls 1994 - 2008, 2012 - 2013 (Tv Show)

Director

World Premiere Toons 1994 - 2008, 2012 - 2013 (Tv Show)

Director

The Powerpuff Girls Movie 2002 (Movie)

(Director)
Writer (4)

The Powerpuff Girls 2015 (TV Show)

Characters as Source Material

Wander Over Yonder 2012 - 2015 (TV Show)

Creator

The Powerpuff Girls Movie 2002 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

The Powerpuff Girls Movie 2002 (Movie)

(Story By)
Producer (2)

Wander Over Yonder 2012 - 2015 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

The Powerpuff Girls Movie 2002 (Movie)

(Executive Producer)
Art Department (2)

The Powerpuff Girls Movie 2002 (Movie)

Storyboard (Storyboard Artist)

2 Stupid Dogs 1993 - 1995 (TV Show)

Art Director
Actor (1)

Wander Over Yonder 1998 - 2005, 2007 - 2008, 2012 - 2016 (Tv Show)

Voice

Relationships

Lauren Faust Story By

Wife

EDUCATION

California Institute of the Arts

Milestones

2013

Co-creates "Wander Over Yonder" with wife Lauren Faust

2009

Leaves Cartoon Network after 15 years

2008

"Powerpuff Girls Rule!!" tenth anniversary special airs

2004

McCracken leaves "Powerpuff" for "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends"

2002

"Powerpuff Girls: The Movie" released

1998

"Powerpuff Girls" series launches

1996

New Powerpuff Girls appear on "World Premiere Toon-In"

1993

Works as art director on "2 Stupid Dogs"

1992

First appearance of the Powerpuff Girls in "Whoopass Stew!"

1990

Creates "No Neck Joe" animated shorts

Bonus Trivia

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Attended the California Institute of the Arts and lived with Genndy Tartakovsky, with whom he would later collaborate on "Dexter's Laboratory."

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Counts animator Hayao Miyazaki, Little Golden Books and "Pee-Wee's Playhouse" as among his primary influences.

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The Powerpuff Girls' huge eyes are a tribute to painters Margaret and Walter Keane.

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The inspiration for "Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends" came in part from two dogs he owned with Faust; both had come from a shelter, and they would often wonder what their lives were like before they had been adopted by the couple.

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