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'''Rebecca Sugar''' is the creator of ''[[Steven Universe (TV series)|Steven Universe]]''. She is an artist, composer, and director who is known mostly for her work with ''[[w:c:Adventure Time|Adventure Time]]'', another Cartoon Network original series, as well as her award winning animated short "[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/brewtv/singles-rebecca-sugar-15727.html Singles]" and her graphic novel "[http://archives.frederatorblogs.com/adventure_time/2010/12/09/rebecca-sugars-pug-davis/ Pug Davis]". She also helped [[Ian Jones-Quartey]] and Jim Gisriel's nockFORCE series with characters and backgrounds.<ref>[https://twitter.com/ianjq/status/636312476930314244]</ref>
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'''Rebecca Sugar''' is the creator of ''[[Steven Universe (TV series)|Steven Universe]]''. She is an artist, composer, and director who is known mostly for her work with ''[[w:c:Adventure Time|Adventure Time]]'', another Cartoon Network original series, as well as her award winning animated short "[http://www.cartoonbrew.com/brewtv/singles-rebecca-sugar-15727.html Singles]" and her graphic novel "[http://archives.frederatorblogs.com/adventure_time/2010/12/09/rebecca-sugars-pug-davis/ Pug Davis]", as well as assisting with characters and backgrounds for [[Ian Jones-Quartey]] and Jim Gisriel's web series "''nockFORCE''" prior to her career .<ref>[https://twitter.com/ianjq/status/636312476930314244]</ref>
   
 
In 2012, [[Cartoon Network]] greenlit ''[[Steven Universe (TV series)|Steven Universe]]'', making her the first solo female cartoon creator in the network's twenty-one year history. Rebecca was one of the main storyboard artists on ''Adventure Time, ''before leaving production during the fifth season to work on ''Steven Universe''.
 
In 2012, [[Cartoon Network]] greenlit ''[[Steven Universe (TV series)|Steven Universe]]'', making her the first solo female cartoon creator in the network's twenty-one year history. Rebecca was one of the main storyboard artists on ''Adventure Time, ''before leaving production during the fifth season to work on ''Steven Universe''.

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Rebecca Sugar is the creator of Steven Universe. She is an artist, composer, and director who is known mostly for her work with Adventure Time, another Cartoon Network original series, as well as her award winning animated short "Singles" and her graphic novel "Pug Davis", as well as assisting with characters and backgrounds for Ian Jones-Quartey and Jim Gisriel's web series "nockFORCE" prior to her career .[1]

In 2012, Cartoon Network greenlit Steven Universe, making her the first solo female cartoon creator in the network's twenty-one year history. Rebecca was one of the main storyboard artists on Adventure Time, before leaving production during the fifth season to work on Steven Universe.

Career

Rebecca was born in Silver Spring, Maryland and attended the Visual Arts Center at Einstein High School and Montgomery Blair High School simultaneously in Maryland. Later, she would attend the School of Visual Arts in New York[2]. She was eventually hired as a storyboard revisionist during season one of Adventure Time, and later promoted to storyboard artist in the second season.

Rebecca would eventually leave Adventure Time in early 2013 to launch her new cartoon, Steven Universe. Her final episode she worked on for Adventure Time, titled "Simon and Marcy", was difficult because she was working on that episode alongside with launching her new show.[3]

She has achieved numerous awards in her career in television, such as earning nominations for Primetime Emmy Awards and Annie Awards while working for Adventure Time, and being featured in Forbes magazine's "30 Under 30 in Entertainment" list in 2012, noting that she was responsible for some of the best episodes of Adventure Time.[4]

Episodes Written and Storyboarded

Steven Crewniverse

Rebecca Sugar and the Steven Crewniverse.

Trivia

  • Rebecca Sugar plays the ukelele, which she often uses for song demos.
  • Rebecca Sugar is the first female Cartoon Network creator.
  • Rebecca Sugar illustrated the cover of Estelle's music album, True Romance.
  • She wrote the song "Everything Stays" for the Adventure Time miniseries Stakes which is to premiere around Halloween 2015[5]. This marks Rebecca's first contribution to Adventure Time since leaving it to work on her show.


External Links

Video

References

ve Crewniverse
Voice Actors
Lamar AbramsChris Jai AlexDee Bradley BakerKimberly BrooksZach CallisonMichaela DietzSusan EganEstelleKate FlanneryReagan Gomez-PrestonJoel HodgsonIan Jones-QuarteyErica LuttrellDeedee Magno-HallMary Elizabeth McGlynnBilly MerrittKate MicucciMatthew MoyToks OlagundoyeJennifer PazBrian PosehnShelby RabaraGrace RolekTom ScharplingAtticus ShafferZachary SteelCharlyne Yi
Guest Voices
Uzo AdubaRita Rani AhujaTahani AndersonChristine BaranskiEric BauzaEric Bell Jr.Ashly BurchJackie BuscarinoJemaine ClementMason CookEugene CorderoGodfrey DanchimahColton DunnChristine EbersoleMelissa FahnKathleen FisherBraden FitzgeraldCrispin FreemanNika FuttermanLarissa GallagherBrian GeorgeLisa HanniganJohnny HawkesMarieve HeringtonMartha HigaredaMiriam HymanAlastair JamesJoan JettAlexia KhadimeAndrew KishinoMike KrolTed LeoNancy LinariPatti LuPoneNatasha LyonneAimee MannMichelle MarykAJ MichalkaNicki MinajJinkx Monsoon • Indya MooreAparna NancherlaEnuka OkumaOlivia OlsonChristine PediDella SabaAmy SedarisShoniqua ShandaiSinbadSarah StilesCristina VeeKari WahlgrenFrank WelkerDave WillisJon Wurster
Storyboarders
Lamar AbramsMiki BrewsterDanny CraggHilary FloridoWarren FokDrew GreenEtienne GuignardTom HerpichColin HowardHellen JoJoe JohnstonIan Jones-QuarteyAmish KumarChristine LiuJeff LiuKatie MitroffRaven MoliseeKat MorrisMaya PetersenChristopher PiankaAleth RomanillosRebecca SugarPaul VillecoJesse Zuke
Show Staff
Producers: Jackie BuscarinoCurtis LelashJennifer PelphreyAlonso Ramirez RamosRobert SorcherRebecca Sugar

Directors: Liz ArtinianKi-Yong BaePatrick BrysonRicky CometaKevin DartNick DeMayoRobert IngramYong Seop JeongJoe JohnstonIan Jones-QuarteySue Hong KimJasmin LaiByung Ki LeeDongsoo LeeJae Bok LeeSeon-Jae LeeCurtis LelashElle MichalkaKat MorrisKent OsborneHye Sung ParkJin-Hee ParkRebecca SugarHeeman YangYoung-Wha YoonSeong Wook Yun
Music Staff: Jeff BallMichael EvansTravis KindredEmily KingKristin NaigusJack PendarvisEdwin RhodesStemageAivi & Surasshu
Character/Prop Design: Danny CraggBecky DreistadtColin HowardDanny HynesAleth RomanillosAngie Wang
Background Artists: Alison AbitbolJane BakSam BosmaPatrick BrysonRicky CometaEfrain FariasCharles HiltonLeonard HungMelissa KingMichelle KwonJasmin LaiElle MichalkaKatie MitroffAlex MyungMary NashJulian De PerioLaura PriceSteven SugarKat TsaiHans TsengEmily WalusAmanda Winterstein
Colorists: Becky DreistadtEfrain FariasAshley FisherTiffany FordLeigh LunaElle MichalkaHans Tseng

Other: Matt BurnettBen LevinLeiana NituraNicole Rodriguez
Guest Artists
Aaron AustinTakafumi HoriAdam MutoPendleton WardMatt BralyMadeline QueripelLuke Weber
Comic Staff
Frans BoukasQueenie ChanKali CiesemierWhitney CogarJillian CrabMatt CummingsRebekka DunlapBecky DreistadtColeman EngleKaty FarinaJosceline FentonAndrea FernandezMike FiorentinoMelanie GillmanGrace KraftWhitney LeopardRaven MoliseeMissy PenaTalya PerperJeremy SoreseAyme SotuyoRebecca SugarBridget UnderwoodShannon WattersHelen Yoon
Movie Staff
Chance the RapperJames FauntleroyGallantTed LeoAlonso Ramirez RamosJulian "Zorsy" SanchezStemageMacie Stewart
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