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BRAD BIRD (Director/Writer) is the writer and director of Pixar Animation Studios' Academy Award-winning films "Ratatouille" and "The Incredibles." Prior to joining Pixar, Bird wrote and directed the critically acclaimed 1999 animated feature "The Iron Giant," which won the International Animated Film Society's Annie Award for outstanding achievement in an animated theatrical feature.

Bird began his first animated film at the age of 11, finishing it nearly three years later. The film brought him to the attention of Walt Disney Studios, where, at age 14, he was mentored by Milt Kahl, one of a distinguished group of Disney's legendary animators known as the "Nine Old Men." Bird eventually worked as an animator at Disney and other studios.

Bird's credits include acting as executive consultant on "The Simpsons" and "King of the Hill"-the two longest-running and most celebrated animated series on television. He also created, wrote, directed and co-produced the "Family Dog" episode of Steven Spielberg's "Amazing Stories," and co-wrote the screenplay for the live-action feature "Batteries Not Included." Bird directed the live-action films "Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol" for Paramount Pictures and "Tomorrowland" for Walt Disney Studios.


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