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RUGRATS IN PARIS

PAUL DEMEYER (Director) was born in Belgium and studied animation with Raoul Servais before obtaining a Masters degree at the California Institute of the Arts. He then taught at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Gent, Belgium. For the next nine years, he worked in London as a commercial director with Richard Purdum.

Demeyer directed sequences in the "The Rugrats Movie," and from 1996-1997 he was creative producer of "Rugrats" and other television series at Klasky Csupo, Inc. Other Klasky Csupo, Inc. credits include directing for numerous "Duckman" episodes and commercials for MCI and Taco Bell.

In 1977, Demeyer's film "The Muse" won a student Academy Award. His film "The Goose Girl," won Best Children's Film Festival prize at the Ottawa Animation Film Festival in 1990 and at the International Animation Celebration in Los Angeles in 1991. Demeyer also illustrates children's books.

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