Craig McCracken (Animator) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight

Craig McCracken

Artist who created the immensely popular Cartoon Network animated television shows The Powerpuff Girls and Foster’s Home for Imaginary Friends. His work as a writer and storyboard artist for Dexter’s Laboratory shot him to fame.

He started drawing at age three and never stopped. He studied at Cal Arts alongside fellow animator Genndy Tartakovsky. He was first hired by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons to serve as art director on 2 Stupid Dogs on TBS.

He took his talents to the Disney Channel and Disney Television Animation, when he was hired in 2012 to helm Wander Over Yonder. The series premiered in 2013.

He married fellow animator Lauren Faust, whose claim to fame was My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic, a cult hit that spawned the Brony phenomenon.

He influenced the animated work of Hayao Miyazaki.

Craig McCracken Age

How old is Craig McCracken? He was born in 1971, he is 52 years old.

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Craig McCracken Wiki

Craig McCracken Wiki/Bio
Famous asAnimator
Age52 years old
BirthdayMarch 31, 1971
BirthplaceCharleroi, PA
Zodiac SignAries

Quotes by Craig McCracken

First, there was 2 Stupid Dogs. Then, Dexter’s Laboratory. And now, Powerpuff Girls. There were a lot of little things in between, but those were the main ones.

— Craig McCracken

For a long time I wanted to be a comic strip artist but when I started doing them in my teens they were getting really elaborate with tons of poses and a lot of information.

— Craig McCracken

Well, for one thing, the executives in charge at Cartoon Network are cartoon fans. I mean, these are people who grew up loving animation and loving cartoons, and the only difference between them and me is they don’t know how to draw.

— Craig McCracken

But to me what seems to be missing in a lot of portfolios is Cartooning.

— Craig McCracken

I’m hoping that word-of-mouth on the film – people seeing it and liking it – that that will drive more people to the theaters, because I haven’t seen the billboards or the posters or anything.

— Craig McCracken