Jared Bush

Filmography

Writer (6)

Moana 2016 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Zootopia 2016 (Movie)

(Screenplay)

Zootopia 2016 (Movie)

(Story By)

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero 2014 - 2015 (TV Show)

Creator

Stupid Behavior Caught on Tape 2002 - 2007 (Tv Show)

Writer

Who Wants to Marry My Dad? 2002 - 2003, 2006 - 2007 (Tv Show)

Writer
Actor (2)

Zootopia 2016 (Movie)

Pronk Oryx-Antlerson (Voice)

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero 2015 (Tv Show)

Voice
Producer (2)

Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero 2014 - 2015 (TV Show)

Executive Producer

All of Us 2002 - 2007 (Tv Show)

Co-Producer
Director (1)

Zootopia 2016 (Movie)

(Co-Director)
Production Management (1)

Baby Bob 2003 (Tv Show)

Script Coordinator
Other (1)

What Lies Beneath 2000 (Movie)

(to Jack Rapke) (Assistant)

Milestones

2016

Co-directed the feature film "Zootopia."

2014

Wrote and produced some episodes of the series "Penn Zero: Part-Time Hero."

2006

Wrote and produced the TV series "All of Us."

2003

Wrote for the TV series "Who Wants to Marry My Dad?"

2003

Worked as a staff writer on the TV series "Baby Bob."

Bonus Trivia

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"It was a process to figure out where that balance felt the best, and how much human/how much animal is in them. If there’s too much human, then why are they animals. and if there was too much animal, there was this weird distancing, where you felt you weren’t watching characters you could relate to. The great thing about the animators and the character designers is that they are able to bring that animal in there, and infuse it directly with human actors playing those parts and bring those little bits of personality into them. It’s really just an interesting combination of both of those things at just the right ratio." - on "Zootopia" from SassymamainLA.com, Jan. 20, 2016

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Put eight months of research into the production design on the movie "Zootopia."

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"There’s hundreds of people who work on this movie, and you get the feedback the entire time people are adding and scripting, but sometimes you get these moments where the movie has to work, things are going into production, the scene has to be good, and there are a few people sitting around a table going around like, ‘how could we make this thing work,' Ultimately it comes down to a few hours and one afternoon, and that’s what becomes the actual movie." - from Geeksofdoom.com, Dec. 3, 2015

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