Don Hertzfeldt1976 Age: 43 years old
Don Hertzfeldt (born August 1, 1976) is a two-time Academy Award-nominated animator, artist, writer, and independent filmmaker. He is the creator of many animated films, including It's Such a Beautiful Day, World of Tomorrow, The Meaning of Life, and Rejected. His films have received over 250 awards and have been presented around the world. Description above from the Wikipedia article Don Hertzfeldt, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.
August 1, 1976, Fremont, California, USA
? Billy's BalloonAnimation, Writer, and Director 1995 Ah, L'AmourWriter and Director 1996 GenreWriter and Director 1997 Lily and JimProducer, Director, Animation, and Writer 2000 RejectedDirector, Writer, and Spoon Guy / Banana / Queen of France 2004 Hair HighDill (voice) 2005 The Meaning of LifeWriter, Producer, Director, and Animation 2006 Everything Will Be OKCinematography, Producer, Writer, Animation, Original Music Composer, Director, Sound Recordist, and Narrator (voice) 2007 The Animation Show, Volume 3Producer 2008 I Am So Proud of YouWriter, Director, and Narrator (voice) 2010 Wisdom TeethDirector, Writer, and Stanilus (voice) 2011 It's Such a Beautiful DayProducer, Director, Writer, and Narrator (voice) 2012 It's Such a Beautiful DayWriter, Director, Cinematography, Producer, and Narrator (voice) 2015 World of TomorrowAnimation, Producer, Cinematography, Sound Mixer, Musician, Editor, Director, Digital Effects Producer, Writer, and Sound Editor 2017 World of Tomorrow Episode Two: The Burden of Other People's ThoughtsWriter, Editor, and DirectorLimited to the 15 most popular items