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Schooley, Robert

Schooley, Robert

(Bob Schooley)

PERSONAL

Married; has children.

Addresses: Agent—Danny Greenberg, William Morris Agency, One William Morris Place, Beverly Hills, CA 90212. Manager—Ellen Goldsmith-Vein, Gotham Group, 9255 Sunset Blvd., Suite 515, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

Career: Writer and producer. Frequent partner of Mark McCorkle. Worked at Sesame Place (a theme park), Langhorne, PA.

Awards, Honors: Annie Award nomination (with Mark McCorkle), outstanding individual achievement for writing in an animated television production, International Animated Film Society, 1998, for "The Perfect Gift," Great Minds Think for Themselves; Video Premiere Award nomination (with others), best animated video premiere, DVD Exclusive awards, 2001, for the film Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins; Daytime Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding special class animated program, 2001, for the television series Buzz Lightyear of Star Command; Emmy Award nomination (with others), outstanding animated program for programming less than one hour, 2003, and Daytime Emmy Award nominations (both with others), outstanding special class animated program, 2003, and outstanding children's animated program, 2004 and 2005, all for Kim Possible.

CREDITS

Television Work with Mark McCorkle; Series:

Story editor, Bonkers (animated; also known as Disney's "Bonkers"), syndicated, beginning 1993.

Story editor, Aladdin (animated; also known as Disney's "Aladdin"), CBS and syndicated, 1994–95.

Story editor, Great Minds Think for Themselves (animated; also known as Genie's Great Minds and Genie's Great Minds Think for Themselves), ABC, beginning 1997.

Segment producer and story editor, "Find Out Why," One Saturday Morning (also known as Disney's "One Saturday Morning"), ABC, 1997–98.

Producer and executive story editor, Hercules (animated; also known as Disney's "Hercules"), ABC and syndicated, 1998–99.

(As Bob Schooley) Executive producer, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command (animated; also known as Disney/Pixar's "Buzz Lightyear of Star Command"), UPN and syndicated, 2000–2001, ABC, 2001.

(As Bob Schooley) Creator, executive producer, and story editor, Kim Possible (animated; also known as Disney's "Kim Possible"), The Disney Channel, between 2002 and 2004, also broadcast on ABC Kids, ABC.

Character creator, Lilo & Stitch: The Series (animated; also known as The Adventures of Lilo & Stitch), The Disney Channel, beginning c. 2003.

Television Sound Recording Assistant:

"The Halloween Door", The Real Ghostbusters (episode of an animated series; also known as The Real Ghost Busters and Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters), ABC, 1989.

Camp Candy (animated series), NBC, 1989–91, syndicated, 1992–93.

Television Work with Mark McCorkle; as Bob Schooley; Animated Movies:

Creator and executive producer, Kim Possible: A Stitch in Time (also known as Disney's "Kim Possible: A Stitch in Time"), The Disney Channel, 2003.

Creator, executive producer, and story editor, Kim Possible: So The Drama (also known as Disney's "Kim Possible: So the Drama"), The Disney Channel, 2005.

Film Producer:

(With Mark McCorkle; as Bob Schooley) Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (animated), Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2000.

RECORDINGS

Video Game Work:

Coproducer, Buzz Lightyear of Star Command, Activision, 2000.

WRITINGS

Teleplays; with Mark McCorkle; Series:

The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! (animated and live action; also known as Club Mario), syndicated, 1989–91.

(And with Mike Medlock) Swamp Thing: The Animated Series (animated; also known as Swamp Thing), Fox, 1991.

Great Minds Think for Themselves (animated; also known as Genie's Great Minds and Genie's Great Minds Think for Themselves), ABC, beginning 1997.

(And lyricist for the song "I Want It My Way"; as Bob Schooley) Kim Possible (animated; also known as Disney's "Kim Possible"), The Disney Channel, between 2002 and 2004, also broadcast on ABC Kids, ABC.

Teleplays; with Mark McCorkle; as Bob Schooley; Movies:

Kim Possible: So The Drama (animated; also known as Disney's "Kim Possible: So the Drama"), The Disney Channel, 2005.

Teleplays; with Mark McCorkle; Specials:

New Kids on the Block Christmas Special (animated), ABC, 1990.

Teleplays; with Mark McCorkle; Episodic:

"20,000 Leaks under the City," Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (animated; also known as Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Series), syndicated, 1989.

(As Bob Schooley) "Busters in Toyland," The Real Ghostbusters (animated; also known as The Real Ghost Busters and Slimer! And the Real Ghostbusters), ABC, c. 1990.

Also the uncredited coauthor of episodes of other series.

Teleplays; with Mark McCorkle; Pilots:

New Kids on the Block (animated), ABC, 1990.

Screenplays; with Mark McCorkle:

(Story) The Return of Jafar (animated; also known as Aladdin 2), Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 1994.

Aladdin and the King of Thieves (animated), Walt Disney Home Video/Buena Vista Home Video, 1996.

Additional material, The Lion King II: Simba's Pride (animated), Walt Disney Home Video/Buena Vista Home Video, 1998.

(And with others; as Bob Schooley) Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (animated), Buena Vista Home Entertainment, 2000.

(As Bob Schooley) Kim Possible: The Secret Files (animated), Walt Disney Home Entertainment, 2003.

(And with others; as Bob Schooley) Sky High, Buena Vista, 2005.

Some sources state that Schooley worked on the screenplays for Big Sir, New Line Cinema; Enchanted, Buena Vista; and Hip Hop Nanny, Buena Vista.

Comic Books:

Kim Possible: Royal Pain & Twin Factor, Book 4, TokyoPop, 2003.

(With Mark McCorkle) Kim Possible Cine-Manga, TokyoPop, Volumes 1-2, 2003, Volume 7, 2004.

Kim Possible Cine-Manga: Animal Attraction and All the News, TokyoPop, 2004.

Additional volumes of the "Kim Possible" book series were created by Schooley and Mark McCorkle and adapted for print by others.

OTHER SOURCES

Electronic:

ABC Media Net, http://www.abcmedianet.com, January 25, 2006.

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