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Doug TenNapel

Contribution History:
Date User Field Old Value New Value
2018-01-05 10:46:02 TenNapel First Name Douglas 'Doug' Doug
2018-01-05 10:46:02 TenNapel Suffix none
2018-01-05 10:46:02 TenNapel DOB July 10, 1966
2018-01-05 10:46:02 TenNapel Birthplace Denair, CA Norwalk, CA
2018-01-05 10:46:02 TenNapel Bio TenNapel was born and raised in the town of Denair, California. He started out as an animator on Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series. He soon began working in the video game industry on projects like 1993's Jurassic Park and Stimpy's Invention for the for the Sega Genesis and Jungle Book for the SNES and Sega Genesis. In 1994, he created Earthworm Jim, the character that would star in Shiny Entertainment's videogame, toy line and cartoon series. In 1996, working for Steven Spielberg's Dreamworks, he created for The Neverhood for the PC. The sequel, entitled Skullmonkeys, followed in 1998. As for his film production, works on TenNapel's first feature length live action film, entitled Mothman, began somewhere in the late 90's, although as of 2002, that film was never finished. Regarding television, TenNapel was also the creator of the Project G.e.e.K.e.R. cartoon series for CBS, and was a consulting producer on the ABC series Push, Nevada with Ben Affleck. As a graphic artist and cartoonist, TenNapel released his first comic book in 1998: GEAR, a surreal epic based on his real life cats, Simon, Waffle, Gordon and Mr. Black in a war against dogs and insects using giant robots as weapons. The cats from GEAR would eventually become the Nickelodeon series Catscratch. His second graphic novel, Creature Tech (2002), became the focus of a bidding war between movie studios. 20th Century Fox and Regency Enterprises won the war and are developing the script for a live action motion picture based on the novel. TenNapel did the cover art for several of Five Iron Frenzy's albums, including a sculpture for their live album, Proof That the Youth Are Revolting. TenNapel has also created album covers and artwork for several Daniel Amos CDs, The 1999 tribute to the band, When Worlds Collide, the Neverhood soundtrack Imaginarium: Songs from the Neverhood and others. Black Cherry, a graphic novel by TenNapel, will be released in July through Image comics. TenNapel is also the lead singer of an independent band called Truck. Doug TenNapel was born in Norwalk, California but raised in the town of Denair, California. He started out as an animator on Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series. He soon began working in the video game industry on projects like 1993's Jurassic Park and Stimpy's Invention for the for the Sega Genesis and Jungle Book for the SNES and Sega Genesis. In 1994, he created Earthworm Jim, the character that would star in Shiny Entertainment's videogame, toy line and cartoon series. In 1996, working for Steven Spielberg's Dreamworks, he created for The Neverhood for the PC. The sequel, entitled Skullmonkeys, followed in 1998. As for his film production, works on TenNapel's first feature length live action film, entitled Mothman, began somewhere in the late 90's, although as of 2002, that film was never finished. Regarding television, TenNapel was also the creator of the Project G.e.e.K.e.R. cartoon series for CBS, and was a consulting producer on the ABC series Push, Nevada with Ben Affleck. He also created the show Catscratch for Nickelodeon and worked as Show Runner for Dreamworks/Netflix VeggieTales in the House. As a graphic artist and cartoonist, TenNapel released his first comic book in 1998: GEAR, a surreal epic based on his real life cats, Simon, Waffle, Gordon and Mr. Black in a war against dogs and insects using giant robots as weapons. The cats from GEAR would eventually become the Nickelodeon series Catscratch. His second graphic novel, Creature Tech (2002), became the focus of a bidding war between movie studios. 20th Century Fox and Regency Enterprises won the war and are developing the script for a live action motion picture based on the novel. TenNapel did the cover art for several of Five Iron Frenzy's albums, including a sculpture for their live album, Proof That the Youth Are Revolting. TenNapel has also created album covers and artwork for several Daniel Amos CDs, The 1999 tribute to the band, When Worlds Collide, the Neverhood soundtrack Imaginarium: Songs from the Neverhood and others. Cardboard, a graphic novel by TenNapel, was purchased by Fox animation for Chris Wedge to direct. Doug TenNapel is also the lead singer of an independent band called Truck. Doug TenNapel currently lives in Franklin, Tennessee.
2017-06-10 02:33:34 aaronmoish First Name Douglas Douglas 'Doug'
2017-06-10 02:33:34 aaronmoish Suffix none
2017-06-10 02:33:34 aaronmoish Website http://www.TenNapel.com http://www.tennapel.com
2007-06-23 19:01:02 misterpace Suffix none
2007-06-23 19:01:02 misterpace Birthplace Denair, CA
2007-06-23 19:01:02 misterpace Website TenNapel.com http://www.TenNapel.com
2007-06-23 19:01:02 misterpace Bio TenNapel was born and raised in the town of Denair, California. He started out as an animator on Attack of the Killer Tomatoes: The Animated Series. He soon began working in the video game industry on projects like 1993's Jurassic Park and Stimpy's Invention for the for the Sega Genesis and Jungle Book for the SNES and Sega Genesis. In 1994, he created Earthworm Jim, the character that would star in Shiny Entertainment's videogame, toy line and cartoon series. In 1996, working for Steven Spielberg's Dreamworks, he created for The Neverhood for the PC. The sequel, entitled Skullmonkeys, followed in 1998. As for his film production, works on TenNapel's first feature length live action film, entitled Mothman, began somewhere in the late 90's, although as of 2002, that film was never finished. Regarding television, TenNapel was also the creator of the Project G.e.e.K.e.R. cartoon series for CBS, and was a consulting producer on the ABC series Push, Nevada with Ben Affleck. As a graphic artist and cartoonist, TenNapel released his first comic book in 1998: GEAR, a surreal epic based on his real life cats, Simon, Waffle, Gordon and Mr. Black in a war against dogs and insects using giant robots as weapons. The cats from GEAR would eventually become the Nickelodeon series Catscratch. His second graphic novel, Creature Tech (2002), became the focus of a bidding war between movie studios. 20th Century Fox and Regency Enterprises won the war and are developing the script for a live action motion picture based on the novel. TenNapel did the cover art for several of Five Iron Frenzy's albums, including a sculpture for their live album, Proof That the Youth Are Revolting. TenNapel has also created album covers and artwork for several Daniel Amos CDs, The 1999 tribute to the band, When Worlds Collide, the Neverhood soundtrack Imaginarium: Songs from the Neverhood and others. Black Cherry, a graphic novel by TenNapel, will be released in July through Image comics. TenNapel is also the lead singer of an independent band called Truck.
2006-10-05 16:00:25 AMaurer First Name Doug Douglas
2006-10-05 16:00:25 AMaurer Suffix none
2006-10-05 16:00:25 AMaurer Website TenNapel.com


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