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Voice actor Cody Cameron has been involved in nearly every incarnation of the "Shrek" franchise, including all four feature-length films, multiple video games and numerous shorts. Cameron voiced the iconic fairytale characters Pinocchio, the Three Little Pigs and Ogre baby. However, Cameron does far more than merely voice acting--he has been involved in nearly every element of the creative process for animated feature films. He began his career at DreamWorks working as a storyboard artist for "Shrek," "Madagascar," and "A Shark's Tale." In 2004, Cameron left DreamWorks to work at Sony, where he took on a new role as director for the sequel "Open Season 3." Continuing his trend of working on animated franchises, Cameron co-wrote and directed the holiday themed short "The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas," a follow-up to the 2002 Academy Award-nominated short "The ChubbChubbs." "The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas" was released in conjunction with the Cuba Gooding Jr. comedy "Daddy Day Camp." Keeping with the holiday theme, he provided his vocal talent to the blockbuster hit "Arthur Christmas" in 2011. After years of success working in the animated film industry, he signed on to direct his first film to get a theatrical...

Voice actor Cody Cameron has been involved in nearly every incarnation of the "Shrek" franchise, including all four feature-length films, multiple video games and numerous shorts. Cameron voiced the iconic fairytale characters Pinocchio, the Three Little Pigs and Ogre baby. However, Cameron does far more than merely voice acting--he has been involved in nearly every element of the creative process for animated feature films. He began his career at DreamWorks working as a storyboard artist for "Shrek," "Madagascar," and "A Shark's Tale." In 2004, Cameron left DreamWorks to work at Sony, where he took on a new role as director for the sequel "Open Season 3." Continuing his trend of working on animated franchises, Cameron co-wrote and directed the holiday themed short "The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas," a follow-up to the 2002 Academy Award-nominated short "The ChubbChubbs." "The ChubbChubbs Save Xmas" was released in conjunction with the Cuba Gooding Jr. comedy "Daddy Day Camp." Keeping with the holiday theme, he provided his vocal talent to the blockbuster hit "Arthur Christmas" in 2011. After years of success working in the animated film industry, he signed on to direct his first film to get a theatrical release, the sequel to the immensely popular "Cloudy With A Chance of Meatballs."

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