“Phineas & Ferb” co-creator and executive producer Jeff “Swampy” Marsh is officially joining revival of the series deals in Disney branded televisions.
It was announced in January that the beloved animated show was returning for 40 episodes, with co-creator Dan Povenmire leading the revival. Marsh will now serve as executive producer and voice director on the new episodes.
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Meredith Roberts, executive vice president of television animation at Disney, said, “Swampy is one of the most talented creators in animation and one of his many passions is connecting and collaborating with creative people, whether it’s writing, animation design, directing, music or acting.” be through.” Branded Television. “He continually elevates his artistry, as well as his own, to tell bigger and more gripping stories for a global audience. We are thrilled to continue our partnership and look forward to a long and exciting road ahead.” Are.
Marsh also has the preschool animated series “Hey AJ” currently in production for Disney Junior. The show is based on the book series of the same name by Martellus Bennett. Marsh is executive producer through Surfing Giant Studios. Bennett and Michael Hodges are also executive producers.
“Swampy is a multi-faceted talent who brings excellence to ‘Hey AJ,’ a playful, music-filled series that reflects on what is most dear to him – family – and the relationship between a child and his parents.” A relatable, positive portrayal of a stay-at-home dad and small business owner mom,” said Alyssa Sapier, senior vice president of development, series and strategy for Disney Junior. “With every step we take, we are even more excited to collaborate with the creative team at Swampy and look forward to delivering a show that will entertain our young viewers and their parents, too.”
It’s unclear at this time where the “Phineas and Ferb” revival will air, but Disney Branded TV currently produces shows across Disney Channel, Disney+, Disney Junior and Disney XD.
The original series premiered in 2008 on Disney Channel and ran until 2012 before a new batch of episodes debuted on Disney XD. So far five one-hour specials and two movies have been produced – “Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension” and “Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Candace Against the Universe.”
Marsh voiced several appearances by the main cast of “Phineas and Ferb” and also provided the voices of several characters, including Major Monogram. Marsh’s other TV credits include “Postman Pat,” “Bounty Hamster,” “The Simpsons,” “King of the Hill,” “Rock’s Modern Life,” and “Milo Murphy’s Law,” the last of which he co-wrote with Povenmire. Made with
He has been replaced by Natural Talent, Inc.
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