came to Los Angeles from Virginia the day he graduated from Art School, and soon thereafter, landed a coveted assistant animation job at Disney on the Roger Rabbit
shorts and The Little Mermaid
. He later began work on the Emmy-winning The Simpsons
and The Ren & Stimpy Show
Tucker first met Craig Bartlett at an industrial film studio. Bartlett had a pilot deal at Nickelodeon, and soon the two were doing the storyboards for the Hey Arnold! pilot. He then went on to direct 100 episodes of the series, which became won of Nickelodeon's most popular ever.
Note: This profile was written in or before 2002.
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