Zac Moncrief
Zac Moncrief
Geslacht:   Male
January 8, 1971

Zac Moncrief (born January 8, 1971) is a director of Phineas and Ferb.

A native of Montvale, Nj, he moved west to attend California Institute of the Arts, an institution of higher learning established by Walt and Roy Disney that specializes in animation. Starting as an assistant animator on the film "Cats Don't Dance," Moncrief then sold a pilot which transitioned into doing story work for Hanna Barbera's series, "Johnny Bravo." From there he formed his own company, creating animation for several CD-ROM's that have included the Walt Disney classic "101 Dalmatians," as well as popular theme park attractions for Walt Disney World and commercial work featuring the famed Road Runner character.

Soon after, he transitioned back into television animation at Nickelodeon with the series "Oh Yeah! Cartoons." From there he created the shorts "Kitty the Hapless Cat" and "Baxter and Bananas," and worked on the popular series "The Fairly Odd Parents," "Dora the Explorer" and the Emmy Award-winning short, "Max and His Special Problem."

Moncrief joined Disney to work as a storyboard artist on "Teacher's Pet" and continued to lend his creativity to the hit series and videos "Lilo & Stitch," "Kim Possible" and "Brandy & Mr. Whiskers." During this time he returned to his alma mater to teach sophomore level students in the character animation department. He left Disney for a brief time to join Fox, where he directed two seasons of its successful series Family Guy. He returned to Disney to direct Phineas and Ferb.

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