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Wermers Skelton, Stevie

South Pasadena, CA, USA

Professional Summary

     As the first woman to ever co-direct a Disney cartoon in the history of Walt Disney Feature Animation, Stevie Wermers-Skelton recently wrapped up the new Goofy short: How to Hook Up Your Home Theatre, and is currently working on Nessie, another 2-D animated short.

     Stevie is an experienced story artist in both animation feature films and television, in either 2D or 3D. Her story telling flair, combined with her sense of humor and the ability to clearly communicate ideas visually, makes her an asset to any story team.

Screen Credits:

WALT DISNEY Feature Animation
     Goofy short: How to Hook Up Your Home Theatre, co-director

     Fraidy Cat (not released yet)
     Brother Bear
     The Emperor’s New Goove

     Fantasia 2000
TURNER Animation

WALT DISNEY Publishing

Special Achievements:

Published in “A Transformation Tale, The Art of Brother Bear" 2003
Student Films "Small Fry" and "Nessie" featured in Cal Arts 1993-1994 Producers Shows

Positions Held:
Storyboard Artist
Cleanup Artist


Renovating California Bungalows

   How to Hook Up Your Home Theatre is a revival of the classic How to . . .theatrical shorts of the 1940's and 50's, in which Goofy comically struggles with a certain task while a voice-over narrator (in this instance, Corey Burton) offers sage advice. This time, the iconic cartoon character is trying to put together a home theatre system so he can watch The Big Game in the comfort of his own living room.

     The Mouse House put some of its top animators to work on How to Hook Up Your Home Theatre, including Eric Goldberg, Andreas Deja and Mark Henn, under the supervision of Kevin Deters and Stevie Wermers-Skelton.


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