Dan Povenmire is an American television director, writer, as well as producer. Moreover, he is well-known for his contribution to the animation business, working on several different animated television series.
Dan Povenmire was born as a Daniel Kingsley Povenmire on September 18, 1963, in Alabama, the United States. As of 2019, his age is 56 with his birth sign Virgo. He started drawing at the age of 2 a child prodigy. When he was ten, he displayed his work in local art shows.
A flipbook produced his first efforts in animation in his school textbooks. In 2009, he considered animator Chuck Jones his hero, during his childhood days.
Dan holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnical background. He stands at a height of 6 feet 1 inch i.e 1.85 m. Similarly, he has dark brown hair with brown eyes color. Dan is active on social sites like Twitter and Instagram.
Dan received his secondary education at Shaw High School in Mobile. Initially, he attended the University of South Alabama. During this University days he created his first popular comic strip, Life is a Fish, devoted to the life of Herman the goldfish and the college students he lives with.
Similarly, he worked as a waiter and performer at a dinner theater to support himself. He transferred to the University of Southern California (USC) located in Los Angeles, California planning to pursue a career in film in 1985.
Who is Dan Povenmire?
Dan is an American animated television series director, writer, producer, storyboard artist, and voice actor. Similarly, he has voiced the character Heinz Doofenshmirtz in both animated series Phineas and Ferb and Milo Murphy’s Law.
He began working on several different animated television series such as Hey Arnold!, The Simpsons, Rocko’s Modern Life, as well as SpongeBob SquarePants and many more. Similarly, he worked as a contributor to the animation business and has worked as a director on the prime time series Family Guy. For his work, he has been nominated for an Annie Award in 2005.
Dan started his career as Fish merchandise to fund a short-lived career as a street artist without finishing the degree requirements from the University of Southern California (USC).
Povenmire produced two minutes of animation on the Tommy Chong project Far Out Man. When he was 24 years old, he was self-employed on several animated television series, including Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In 1996, for writing an episode called “Zanzibar!” he and Marsh won an Environmental Media Association (EMA) Award which was one of Dan’s first career accomplishments.
Dan had performed with a band that played at clubs and bars across Los Angeles, California during his college years. Similarly, his current band releases albums through Arizona University Recordings. During 2004, their second CD, Letters from Fielding, became available for download on aurec.com.
Similarly, they also have an official website maintained and updated by Larry Stone who is also an artist. The website between Stone and Povenmire resulted in a “clever and twisted” series of comic strips drawn by the two in 2004 by exchanging email.
Dan secured a job as a character layout animator on the hit animated series The Simpsons in the year 1990s. Jeffery Marsh paced opposite of Dan another upcoming animator. Similarly, they shared similar tastes in humor and music. Later they became colleagues on other projects as well.
Dan worked on the layout animation and collaborated on storyboard production for the series. Later he also maintained a side interest in film, writing scripts and the screenplay for a low-budget horror movie, Psycho Cop 2. However, he chose to stay with The Simpsons, which he enjoyed and considered a better fit with his future ambitions.
Rocko’s Modern Life
After the end of production, they lay off all the artists. Similarly, he left The Simpsons for Rocko’s Modern Life. The reason for leaving Simpsons involved an irregular schedule and laid off the animation staff for two-to-three-month periods, and rehired the staff later in the production cycle.
However, he only found a temporary job on the series Rocko’s Modern Life, Nickelodeon’s first in-house cartoon production. In the show, he found greater creative freedom and enjoyed his temporary job compelling. He also reunited with Jeff Marsh as a writing partner.
What is Dan Povenmire Net Worth?
Dan Povenmire has an estimated net worth of $6 million. He earned this worth working as a television director, writer, producer storyboard artist, and voice actor.
Who is Dan Povenmire Wife?
Dan Povenmire is a married man. However, his wife name is missing. He has 2 kids from his married relationship. His daughter name is Isabella, whom he named character Isabella Garcia-Shapiro after. Similarly, he has a cat named Sprocket.
Recently, his young daughter name is Melissa, who made her first appearance in “We Call it Maze”.