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      Andrew Stanton

      Andrew Stanton

      Highest Rated: 100% Toy Story (1995)

      Lowest Rated: 52% John Carter (2012)

      Birthday: Dec 3, 1965

      Birthplace: Boston, Massachusetts, USA

      A key figure in the development of Pixar Studios, Andrew Stanton was the writer-director of some of the computer animation company's biggest hits, including "Toy Story" (1995), "A Bug's Life" (1998), "Finding Nemo" (2003) and "WALL-E." In the grand tradition of Disney's animation team from the 1930s and such legendary figures as Ray Harryhausen and Don Bluth, Stanton's best films were a near-perfect balance of breathtaking visuals and heart-tugging emotion; the lifelike quality of cowboy toy Woody or the silent, industrious robot WALL-E never overwhelmed their fully rendered hopes and dreams and ambitions. The combination of these elements brought Stanton significant acclaim and considerable awards, but more importantly, it established him as one of the most creative figures in motion pictures - live action and animated - working in 21st century Hollywood.

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      Jack Black, Director Andrew Stanton, Best Animated Feature Film for Wall-E, Jennifer Aniston in the press room for 81st Annual Academy Awards - PRESS ROOM, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 2/22/2009. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Andrew Stanton, Fred Willard at arrivals for World Premiere of WALL-E, The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 2008. Photo by: Michael Germana/Everett Collection Jack Black, Director Andrew Stanton, Best Animated Feature Film for Wall-E, Jennifer Aniston in the press room for 81st Annual Academy Awards - PRESS ROOM, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 2/22/2009. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Andrew Stanton at arrivals for TOY STORY 4 Premiere, El Capitan Theatre, Los Angeles, CA June 11, 2019. Photo By: Priscilla Grant/Everett Collection Director, Andrew Stanton, Best Animated Feature Film for Wall-E, in the press room for 81st Annual Academy Awards - PRESS ROOM, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 2/22/2009. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Andrew Stanton at arrivals for World Premiere of WALL-E, The Greek Theatre, Los Angeles, CA, June 21, 2008. Photo by: Michael Germana/Everett Collection Director, Andrew Stanton, Best Animated Feature Film for Wall-E, in the press room for 81st Annual Academy Awards - PRESS ROOM, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 2/22/2009. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Jack Black, Director Andrew Stanton, Best Animated Feature Film for Wall-E, Jennifer Aniston in the press room for 81st Annual Academy Awards - PRESS ROOM, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 2/22/2009. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection Jack Black, Director Andrew Stanton, Best Animated Feature Film for Wall-E, Jennifer Aniston in the press room for 81st Annual Academy Awards - PRESS ROOM, Kodak Theatre, Los Angeles, CA 2/22/2009. Photo By: Dee Cercone/Everett Collection FINDING NEMO, Andrew Stanton, 2003, (c) Walt Disney FINDING NEMO, Lee Unkrich, Graham Walters, Geoffrey Rush, Andrew Stanton with the film's poster, 2003, (c) Walt Disney WALL-E, director and writer Andrew Stanton, on set, 2008. ©Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures FINDING NEMO, Ellen DeGeneres, director Andrew Stanton at a recording session, 2003, (c) Walt Disney A BUG'S LIFE, Hopper (left, voice: Andrew Stanton), 1998. ©Buena Vista Pictures

      Filmography

      Movies

      Credit
      74% 84% Lightyear Executive Producer $118.3M 2022
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Lightyear Executive Producer - 2022
      97% 94% Toy Story 4 Screenwriter,
      Executive Producer
      $434.0M 2019
      No Score Yet No Score Yet A Toy Story: Alles hört auf kein Kommando Screenwriter,
      Executive Producer
      - 2019
      94% 84% Finding Dory Crush (Voice),
      Director,
      Screenwriter
      $486.2M 2016
      75% 64% The Good Dinosaur Executive Producer $123.1M 2015
      80% 81% Monsters University Executive Producer $268.5M 2013
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Monsters University Executive Producer - 2013
      52% 60% John Carter Director,
      Screenwriter
      $73.1M 2012
      98% 90% Up Executive Producer - 2009
      95% 90% WALL-E Director,
      Screenwriter
      - 2008
      96% 87% Ratatouille Executive Producer $206.4M 2007
      99% 86% Finding Nemo Crush (Voice),
      Director,
      Writer,
      Screenwriter
      - 2003
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Monsters, Inc. 3D Executive Producer,
      Screenwriter
      - 2001
      96% 90% Monsters, Inc. Executive Producer,
      Screenwriter
      $494.0K 2001
      100% 87% Toy Story 2 Emperor Zurg (Voice),
      Writer,
      Writer
      $245.9M 1999
      No Score Yet No Score Yet Toy Story 2 3D Writer,
      Writer
      - 1999
      92% 72% A Bug's Life Director,
      Writer
      $162.8M 1998
      100% 92% Toy Story Writer $31.3M 1995

      TV

      Credit
      93% 82% For All Mankind Director 2021
      91% 86% Legion Director 2019
      98% 96% Better Call Saul Director 2018