Mark Zaslove

Mark Zaslove (born June 7, 1959) is an American television and film writer/director/producer and novelist, prominent in live-action and animation.wikipedia
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Disney Television Animation

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By the late 1980s he was a staff writer for Walt Disney Television Animation, working on many well-known Disney cartoons from that era.

TaleSpin

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In 1987 Zaslove was a writer on the wildly successful mini-series kickoff to “DuckTales” series, “Treasure of the Golden Suns.” In 1990 he co-created, co-produced, and story edited TaleSpin.
The series was largely developed by writers Jymn Magon and Mark Zaslove, who were also the supervising producers on the series as well as story editors.

Film Roman

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In 1993 he showran the series “Cro” and developed a cartoon series for Film Roman based on the Mighty Max line of toys, named Mighty Max.

The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh

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He was chosen to develop, story edit, and co-produce the critically and commercially successful The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, in which his personal writing style of subtle humor and underlying intelligence became apparent.

Mighty Max (TV series)

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In 1993 he showran the series “Cro” and developed a cartoon series for Film Roman based on the Mighty Max line of toys, named Mighty Max.

Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad

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He reunited with Jymn Magon in 1994 for Superhuman Samurai Syber-Squad.

Challenge of the GoBots

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The job lasted seven months, until he began animation screenwriting in the mid 1980s with Challenge of the GoBots and script assignments for Marvel Studios and Hanna Barbara.

The Disney Afternoon

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The show became the first new series created for the newly formed Disney Afternoon.

Mighty Max (toyline)

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In 1993 he showran the series “Cro” and developed a cartoon series for Film Roman based on the Mighty Max line of toys, named Mighty Max.

Bump in the Night (TV series)

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Other notable series co-developed by Zaslove include Bump in the Night which he story edited and co-produced, and The Legend of Calamity Jane (1997) as well as “Howdy Gaudi” (2002) and Xiaolin Chronicles (2013).

The Legend of Calamity Jane

Other notable series co-developed by Zaslove include Bump in the Night which he story edited and co-produced, and The Legend of Calamity Jane (1997) as well as “Howdy Gaudi” (2002) and Xiaolin Chronicles (2013).

Creative consultant

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Zaslove went international in the 2000s, serving as a story consultant and show writer for the children's series LazyTown, produced in Iceland.

LazyTown

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Zaslove went international in the 2000s, serving as a story consultant and show writer for the children's series LazyTown, produced in Iceland.

Iceland

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Zaslove went international in the 2000s, serving as a story consultant and show writer for the children's series LazyTown, produced in Iceland.

Emmy Award

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He is a two-time Emmy award winner and a recipient of the Humanitas Prize.

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program

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Zaslove

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16th Daytime Emmy Awards

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Karl Geurs, Mark Zaslove, Bruce Talkington and Carter Crocker (The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh)

17th Daytime Emmy Awards

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Terence Harrison, Bruce Talkington, Carter Crocker, Ed Ghertner, Ken Kessel, Stephen Sustarsic, Karl Geurs and Mark Zaslove (The New Adventures of Winnie-the-Pooh)

A Very Merry Pooh Year

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