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Cast and Crew of Mission Hill

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Wallace Langham
Voice of: Andy French

Wallace Langham has been seen in the sitcoms 'Suddenly Susan' as 'Josh', 'What about Joan?' as 'Mark' as well as 'The Larry Sanders Show' as 'Phil.'

Apparently, it was at his request that Andy was renamed from Andrew.

 

Scott Menville
Voice of: Kevin French, C-Dog

Scott was on the TV drama 'The Wonder Years' as 'Wart.'  But it's his voice that may be more familiar, since he's played prominent roles in shows such as 'Captain Planet and the Planeteers', 'Johnny Quest' (1986), and 'Where on Earth Is Carmen Sandiego?' 

Actually, I recognized him from his guest appearance on 'Freakazoid!' as 'Toby Danger,' a parody of 'Johnny Quest.'

 

Brian Posehn
Voice of: Jim Kuback

Brian has made many appearances on the sitcom 'Just Shoot Me' and was on the HBO series 'Mr. Show.'  He's also guest-starred on a lot of other sitcoms such as 'Seinfeld', 'Becker' and 'Newsradio.'

 

Vicki Lewis
Voice of: Posey, Natalie Leibowitz-Hernandez 

Vicki Lewis has previously been seen in the sitcoms 'NewsRadio' and 'Three Sisters', as well as the films 'Godzilla' (1998), 'Pushing Tin' and 'Mouse Hunt.'

 

Herbert Siguenza
Voice of: Carlos Hernandez-Leibowitz

Herbert is in a Latino comedy troupe, 'Culture Clash' who have done a lot of film, TV and live theatre work and have written a book, also called 'Culture Clash' which contains some of their best-known material.

 

Nick Jameson
Voice of: Gus, Mr. French, Ron, Stogie, Mr. Bang, additional voices

Nick Jameson has done many TV guest appearances as well as cartoon voicework, such as 'Spider-Man' (1995).  He's also the bassist for the group 'Foghat.'  Yup, that 'Foghat.'

 

Tom Kenny
Voice of: Wally, additional voices

You may not recognize his name, but you'll probably recognize his voice.  He's been in shows such as 'The Powerpuff Girls', 'Rocko's Modern Life', 'The Mummy', 'Dexter's Laboratory', and 'Catdog.'  Some of you may also know his face from his appearances on the HBO series 'Mr. Show.'

 

Jane Wiedlin
Voice of: Gwen

Another case of the voice possibly more recognized than the face.  For Jane though, it's for a good reason.  In the '80s, she was in this little band called 'The Go-Go's.'  You may have heard of them.

 

Jennifer Jason Leigh
Voice of: Eunice Eulmeyer

Jennifer Jason Leigh is a veteran film actress, has been seen in the films 'Single White Female', 'Backdraft', 'Dolores Claiborne' and 'eXistenZ.'  Her previous voicework credits include the 'Spawn' TV series and the Disney TV series 'Hercules.'

 

Tress Macneille
Voice of: Mrs. French, Mrs. Mundorf, Shelly the stripper, additional voices

Chances are, if you've watched any sort of animated series in recent memory, you've heard her voice.  Some of her credits include  'Animaniacs', 'Tiny Toon Adventures', 'The Simpsons' , 'Dilbert', 'Futurama' and about a million others.

 

Lisa Kushell
Voice of: Mrs. Peck, additional voices

Lisa is probably most recognizable from her appearances on the sketch comedy show 'Mad TV' and the film 'Attack of the 5'2" Woman.'

 

Dave Thomas
Voice of: Mr. Czelanski, Dr. Eulmeyer

Dave Thomas is a veteran of SCTV, where he became famous as Doug Mackenzie of the Mackenzie Brothers, a role he also played in the film 'Strange Brew.'  More recently, he was seen on the sitcom 'Grace Under Fire.'

 

Crew

Information courtesy of the show's official site

Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein
Creators & Executive Producers

Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein have been writing comedy together for 20 years. Their career began at their Washington, D.C. high school, where the two founded one of the first high school humor magazines in the country.

After college, Bill and Josh wrote for Spy, National Lampoon, and "America's Most Wanted" before moving to Los Angeles. In 1992, they joined "The Simpsons" in its third season.  From 1992-1994, the two wrote 12 episodes, including "Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy" and "Who Shot Mr. Burns (Parts One and Two)." In 1994, they were promoted to Executive Producers and served as head writers for the show's 7th and 8th seasons. In their tenure, the pair earned three Emmy Awards, a GLAAD Award, and a Peabody.

In 1998, Bill and Josh left "The Simpsons" to join Castle Rock Entertainment where they developed Mission Hill.


Lauren MacMullan
Designer and Supervising Director

Lauren MacMullan has been an animation director for 10 years.  She has directed, designed, and animated commercials for Nintendo, MTV, Cartoon Network, Reebok, Captain Crunch, Panasonic, and the Fox Kid's Network, including a long-running series for Marshall's with Olive Jar Studios in Boston. Lauren was a winner of MTV's World Problems/World Solutions Storyboard Contest in 1992, and her resulting 20-second piece, "Feet", went on to win prizes at Annecy and first prize at the Cardiff International Film Festival. 

In 1993, Lauren moved to Los Angeles to work as an animation director on the primetime show "The Critic". She has also directed episodes of the Emmy award-winning show "King of the Hill". 

Lauren attended Harvard University, and was briefly President of the Harvard Lampoon before flunking out for a few years.