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SHREK FOREVER AFTER

Although WALT DOHRN (Rumpelstiltskin/Head of Story) has lent his voice to a few minor characters in two previous Shrek films, "Shrek Forever After” marks his debut as a voice performer in a leading role, bringing to life the conniving villain Rumpelstiltskin. Perfecting the character's performance came naturally to Dohrn, having additionally served as Head of Story for the film. In that capacity, Dohrn was responsible for supervising the development of the film's story, working in close collaboration with director Mike Mitchell and a team of story artists. 

Previously Dohrn contributed to the story of "Shrek the Third.” He joined DreamWorks Animation in 2002 and worked as a story artist on the box office hit "Madagascar.” In addition, Dohrn wrote the lyrics for the songs "Final Showdown” ("Shrek the Third”) and "Fairy Godmother Song” ("Shrek 2”). 

Prior to joining DreamWorks Animation, he worked as a storyboard artist and writer. His credits include the critically acclaimed audience favorites "SpongeBob SquarePants” and "Dexter's Laboratory.” Dohrn is a graduate of Cal Arts.

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