Dit artikel gaat over the co-creator of the show. Waarschijnlijk zoek je naar the drummer character in the band Love Händel nicknamed "Swampy".
Jeff "Swampy" Marsh
Swampy Marsh Comic-Con 2009
Jeffrey Marsh
Geslacht:   Male
December 9, 1960
Santa Monica, CA
Creator, Writer, Director, Co-Executive Producer, Composer (Main Title Theme), Performer
Gespeelde personage(s):
Major Monogram

Jeff "Swampy" Marsh (born December 9, 1960) was a director and one of the writers of the Nickelodeon program Rocko's Modern Life. Co-Creator of Phineas and Ferb with Dan Povenmire, he has directed, written, and acted in this hit Disney Channel Original Series. In Phineas and Ferb, he portrays the voice of Major Monogram, the commander of Perry the Platypus. In 1996, he won an Environmental Media Association (EMA) Award for Children's Animated Television Program: Rocko's Modern Life, for episode "Zanzibar".


Background InformationEdit

  • Jeff went to England for two years to work on a TV series with a friend and stayed an additional five years, working on other series.
  • During the time in England, friends began calling him "Swampy" and "Boggy", playing off of his last name. He told them that he did not want to be called "Boggy". After his return to the United States, other friends heard of his nickname and also began calling him "Swampy". After a while, Jeff began to like it.[1]
  • Currently married; wife of Dutch descent.

External LinkEdit


Jeff "Swampy" Marsh provides the voice of the military man, Major Monogram.


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