Anthony Bell (director)

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Anthony Bell
Born1965 (age 54–55)
CA, U.S
OccupationAnimator, Director, Screenwriter, Story Artist
NationalityUnited States American
Notable worksThe Boondocks
Alpha and Omega
Alpha and Omega 2: A Howl-iday Adventure

Anthony Bell (born 1965), sometimes known as Tony Bell is an American animator, movie director, screenwriter and story artist. He started his career as a character layout artist in The Simpsons in the early nineties and he also directed a few episodes in Rugrats. Bell also directed some episode for the Adult Swim animated TV show, The Boondocks. His most recent and famous work is for being the co-director of the 2010 computer-animated comedy-drama movie, Alpha and Omega (along with Ben Gluck), where he also served as story artist. Anthony is now working as the director on a new animated comedy-drama movie, called Norm of the North. He also wrote the story for the movie.

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