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Thurop Van Orman is an actor, writer, producer, and actor best known for his animated series The Marvelous Missadventures Of Flapjack. He also has worked on many popular titles like Camp Lazlo, The Powerpuff Girls and Gravity Falls. He contributed to Adventure Time by writing the episodes “The Pods”, and “It Came from the Nightosphere.” He is porchlight enterta best known for his role as the Tree Witch in “To Cut a Woman’s Hair.” He voiced Shelby’s brother Kent and the Tree Witch in the episode “Little Brother.”

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American cartoonist Mark “Thurop” Van Orman was born April 26, 1976. He is an animator, voice artist and television producer.


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Thurop Van Orman’s latest directed “The Angry Birds Movie 2”, starring Jason Sudeikis and Leslie Jones.

Van Orman is an animator and voice artist, playboi carti writer and producer. He is best known for creating the animated series, “The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack.”

Thurop Van Orman was a born in Norfolk, Virginia on 26 April 1976. He is an actor and writer, best known for Adventure Time (2010), The Marvelous Misadventures Of Flapjack (2008) and The Powerpuff Girls (1998). View full bio >>

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  • Van Orman was raised in Norfolk, Virginia.

At the California Institute of the Arts, he studied character animation. He was also the storyboard artist for Camp Lazlo and The Powerpuff Girls. He was also the Supervising Producer for Adventure Time, and served as active one only for Sanjay & Craig in its first season. Thurop is well-known for his response to fan art via DeviantArt. He is also the director of The Angry Birds Movie 2.

Orman had a brother, Jonny. He was the inspiration for his animation career at Cartoon Network. He is married to Sherri Van Orman, and they have two children: Leif (an older brother) and a younger sister.

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