David Feiss

Animator, TV Program Creator

1959 –


Who is David Feiss?

David Feiss is an American animator.

Feiss was born in Sacramento, California. He joined Hanna-Barbera around 1978 while still a teenager.

He worked on the 1980s revival of The Jetsons, was a key animator on the Jetsons movie, co-animated the Ren and Stimpy pilot "Big House Blues", was an animation director on The Ren & Stimpy Show during its first season and created the Cartoon Network original series Cow and Chicken and its spin-off, I Am Weasel. On his shows, David directed every episode and also worked as a writer, his writing credits usually collaborated with Michael Ryan.

Feiss co-directed the animated segments of The Adventures of Hyperman, a computer game released in 1995 by IBM.

In issues #5 and #30 of his cousin Sam Kieth's comic book The Maxx, David showcased his work with The Crappon, Fred Flower and Uncle Italian Moose, which had a very similar style to Cow and Chicken. Feiss also collaborated with Kieth on a story featured in Parody Press's 1992 one-shot comic book Pummeler, spoofing Marvel Comics' famous character The Punisher.

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Apr 16, 1959
Also known as
  • Dave Feiss
  • David M. Feiss
  • United States of America
Lived in
  • Brampton

on July 23, 2013


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