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J. G. Quintel is a Director American born on 13 september 1982 at Hanford (USA)

J. G. Quintel

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Birth name James Garland Quintel
Nationality USA
Birth 13 september 1982 (37 years) at Hanford (USA)

James Garland "J. G." Quintel (born September 13, 1982) is an American animator, television writer, and voice actor. He voices Mordecai on the Cartoon Network series Regular Show, which he also created. He also was the creative director for The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, an animated series that appeared on television from June 2008 to August 2010, and a writer on Camp Lazlo from 2006-2008.

In December 2009, ASIFA-Hollywood nominated Quintel for an Annie Award in the category of "Directing in a Television Production" for his directing work on an episode of The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack. In September 2011, the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences nominated Quintel for a Primetime Emmy Award in the Outstanding Short-format Animated Program category for Regular Show. He currently works for Cartoon Network Studios in Burbank, California developing episodes for Regular Show.


J. G. Quintel est né sous le nom de James Garland Quintel le 13 septembre 1982, fils de Terri (née Morris) et James Allen Quintel. Il a également un petit frère nommé Payton Dean Quintel.
Il a grandi à Hanford (Californie). Selon Quintel, Hanford n'était pas intéressant et « il y avait pas grand chose à faire » lorsqu'il habitait là-bas entre les années 1980 et 1990, alors Quintel et ses amis trouvaient des moyens pour s'amuser, et c'est dans cette optique qu'il créera plus tard l'émission Regular Show.

En tant que préadolescent et durant ses années d'adolescence, Quintel adorait dessiner et regarder des dessins-animés tels que Les Simpson, Beavis et Butt-Head (Beavis and Butt-head) et The Moxy Show, ainsi que des émissions de télévision britanniques, comme Le Club des Gentlemen et The Mighty Boosh. Il jouait souvent au jeu vidéo Sonic the Hedgehog (jeu vidéo, 1991), ce que Quintel considérera plus tard comme « la plateforme idéale pour Mordecai et Rigby" » de la série Regular Show.. Quintel a également été influencé par les musiques des années 1980 et ajoute plus tard ce genre de musique à Regular Show.

En 1997, Quintel commence ses études au Hanford High School. En 1998, alors que Quintel n'avait que 16 ans, son père lui offre une caméra vidéo et l'utilisera pour créer des courts-métrages en stop motion à l'aide de legos notamment. Quintel a également travaillé dans un cinéma, en plus de « petits boulots ».

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Filmography of J. G. Quintel (3 films)

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Regular Show: The Movie, 1h9
Directed by J. G. Quintel
Origin USA
Genres Science fiction, Comedy, Animation
Themes Time travel films, Children's films
Actors William Salyers, Mark Hamill, Jason Mantzoukas, David Koechner, Steven Blum, Ali Hillis
Rating74% 3.701763.701763.701763.701763.70176
After a high school lab experiment goes horribly wrong, and accidentally creating a "timenado" the universe is on the verge of being destroyed and it’s up to the slackers Mordecai and Rigby to go back in time and make things right. Their mission: save their friendship and save the universe from themselves.
2 in the AM PM
Directed by J. G. Quintel
Genres Fantasy
Rating83% 4.199614.199614.199614.199614.19961
2 in the AM PM, 8minutes
Directed by J. G. Quintel
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Animation
Rating75% 3.7953353.7953353.7953353.7953353.795335
The short film begins with two clerks working at a gas station. It is suggested that it takes place during the middle of the night, but the title suggests otherwise. The shorter clerk, voiced by Sam Marin, comes off as having a negative personality, and is heard in the beginning saying "two more hours... fuck!" referring to time that they still have to work. The taller clerk, voiced by J. G. Quintel is much more relaxed, and seems to have a brighter outlook on life in general. He indicates it is Halloween, and tries to convince his fellow worker that "you gotta have candy on Halloween. It's Halloween." This is met with an "eh" by Sam. Eventually, though, he is convinced to have a piece of candy with J.