Rich Moore

Rich Moore Bio, Age, Family, Movies, Net Worth, Zootopia

Rich Moore is an American film and TV animation director, screenwriter, voice actor and creative actor born May 10, 1963 in Oxnard, California. He has worked on the animated TV series The Simpsons, The Critic and Futurama, in addition to directing the Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph (2012) and co-directing Zootopia (2016) and Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018). He is a double winner of the Emmy Award, a three-time winner of the Annie Award, and a winner of the Academy Award.

Rich Moore Biography

Rich Moore is an American film and TV animation director, screenwriter, voice actor and creative actor born May 10, 1963 in Oxnard, California. He has worked on the animated TV series The Simpsons, The Critic and Futurama, in addition to directing the Disney animated film Wreck-It Ralph (2012) and co-directing Zootopia (2016) and Ralph Breaks the Internet (2018). He is a double winner of the Emmy Award, a three-time winner of the Annie Award, and a winner of the Academy Award.

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Rich Moore Age

Rich is 55 years old born 10 May 1963.

Rich Moore Education

He studied film and video at the California Institute of the Arts, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1987.

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Rich Moore Movies & TV Series

Year

Title

Role

Credited as

1988

Technological Threat

Character animator

2004

Duck Dodgers in Attack of the Drones

Director

2012

Wreck-It Ralph

Sour Bill and Zangief (voices)

Director, story by

2016

Zootopia

Larry and Doug (voices)

Co-director (with Byron Howardand Jared Bush), story by

Finding Dory

Special Thanks

2018

Ralph Breaks the Internet

Sour Bill (voice)

Director, story by

Zootopia Rich Moore

Zootopia is a computer-animated 2016 American 3D cop buddy comedy film produced by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It’s the 55th feature film animated by Disney. It was directed by Byron Howard and Rich Moore, co-directedby Jared Bush, and stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Jason Bateman, Idris Elba, Jenny Slate, Nate Torrence, Bonnie Hunt, Don Lake, Tommy Chong, J. K. Simmons, Octavia Spencer, Alan Tudyk, and Shakira. It details the unlikely partnership between a rabbit police officer and a red fox con artist, as they reveal a conspiracy involving the disappearance of a mammalian metropolis ‘ wild predator inhabitants.

Rich Moore Wreck It Ralph

Wreck-It Ralph is a computer-animated 2012 American 3D comedy film made by Walt Disney Animation Studios and released by Walt Disney Pictures. It’s the 52nd feature film animated by Disney. The film was directed by Rich Moore, who also directed episodes of The Simpsons and Futurama, and from a story by Moore, Johnston, and Jim Reardon, Phil Johnston and Jennifer Lee wrote the screenplay. John Lasseter was the manufacturer of the executive. The film features John C. Reilly, Sarah Silverman, Jack McBrayer, and Jane Lynch’s voices and tells the story of the eponymous arcade game villain who rebels against his role as a “bad-guy” and dreams of becoming a hero.

Rich Moore Awards

Emmy Awards
  • 1991 – Outstanding Animated Program (Programming Less Than One Hour) for The Simpsons (“Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment”)
  • 2002 – Outstanding Animated Program (Programming Less Than One Hour) for Futurama (“Roswell That Ends Well”)
Annie Awards
  • 2002 – Directing in an Animated Television Production for Futurama (“Roswell That Ends Well”)
  • 2012 – Directing in an Animated Feature Production for Wreck-It Ralph
  • 2016 – Directing in an Animated Feature Production for Zootopia (Shared with Byron Howard)
Academy Awards
  • 2012 – Nominated: Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for Wreck-It Ralph
  • 2016 – Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for Zootopia
  • 2018 – Nominated: Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for Ralph Breaks the Internet

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Rich Moore Net Worth

Moore has a net worth of $6.23 Million dollars.

Rich Moore Simpsons

The second episode of the second season of The Simpsons is “Simpson and Delilah.” It originally aired on October 18, 1990 on the U.S. Fox network. Homer uses the medical insurance plan of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant to purchase’ Dimoxinil,’ a miracle formula for hair growth. Homer grows hair and receives a job promotion that enables him to hire a secretary named Karl. Rich Moore directed the episode and Jon Vitti wrote it, and Harvey Fierstein starred as Karl. Rich was credited as a director.

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‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Directors Phil Johnston on Rich Moore About How the Film Once Opened with a Funeral

“Ralph Breaks the Internet” was one of the most delightful surprises of last year. The follow-up to 2014’s “Wreck-It Ralph” saw Ralph (John C. Reilly) and Vanellope (Sarah Silverman) transported to the Internet, where their friendship was tested and they met a bunch of Disney Princesses. It’s a hoot. We were able to sit down with directors Phil Johnston and Rich Moore and producer Clark Spencer about the movie’s deeper themes, the upcoming “Zootopia” land, and how at one point the movie (an Academy Award nominee for Best Animated Feature) once began on a very, very different note. 

So at one point the movie used to open like the classic Disney storybook, right?

Johnston: Yeah.

Moore: For about 30 seconds.

Johnston: It could have worked, actually.

Moore: Ralph had written his own book about their friendship. It was his book about Ralph and Vanellope. It was kind of a recap of what happened in the first movie but through Ralph’s point of view. It was a little skewed.

Johnston: Yeah, it was arrogant. It’s as if he were the white night. I was so convinced that was going to work. I think it could have. I’m trying to remember why we took it out.

Moore: Well, it skewed the story. He kind of looked like a jerk. It was so full of himself in that version. And it was a little confusing to people who hadn’t seen the first movie. Because it wasn’t the right story. So they would say, “Is that what happened in the first one?” No!

It also started with a funeral at one point, right?

Moore: Yeah. Tapper was unplugged and they were having a memorial. And Ralph and Vanellope were making the eulogy all about themselves. Then Gene got mad and started booing the eulogy.

Johnston: That also worked!

Also, in the Oh My Disney scene with the princesses, there was a moment when Vanellope jumped on Dumbo’s back and got into a dogfight with some TIE fighters right?

Johnston: She had a clickbait pop-up sign and was flying on Dumbo and bopping people on the head to force them to click on it.

Moore: It was a little too long.

Johnston: It made the scene too big.

Moore: It turned more into her getting clicks. It was too much story.

Spencer: And it was an issue of – how do we enjoy the website before she meets the princesses? But the princesses are really the scene. So we would always be balancing that. Like people wanting to see more of the website before the princesses and then we’d spend more time in it and make a big scene. And then they’d say, “Well what is this scene about?”

There’s a lot of great, brave subtext in “Ralph Breaks the Internet,” just like there was in “Zootopia.” This time it’s about toxic masculinity and online bullying. How important is that stuff to why you made the movie?

Johnston: The first idea was always going to be about their friendship and that they would go to the Internet and the Internet would test their friendship in some way. Once we landed on the story of it being Vanellope falling in love with this pace on the Internet and wanting to stay there for the rest of her life, that idea of Ralph’s insecurity becoming a force of antagonism sort of fed naturally into toxic masculinity. Because so many of the traits he shows on the negative side of his personality are textbook. In the same way we didn’t want “Zootopia” to be a message movie, this is a feminist story about Vanellope finding her voice as a woman and relying on other strong women to help her along the way. Without ever going, “We must make this message movie about toxic masculinity and feminism,” that’s definitely baked into the subtext.

Moore: While we loved the relationship and feel like this is a relationship worth fighting for, we wanted to portray it as it was broken. They had fallen into a codependent friendship that they weren’t even aware of. It was going to the Internet that exposed how weak their friendship was at that point and that they were both feeding into negative aspects of it. But it was going to the Internet that sped up bow broken this was and that if not cared to was just going to fall apart.

Clark was this ever anything you had to fight for?

Spencer: Well I think the great thing is that these guys push hard on their ideas and stories and how they can go further. That’s what’s nice about having a story trust that pushes on us. So there’s always a discussion of, “Have we gone as far as we can go?” And “What else can we dive into?” But I think, to their point, we felt that if we were going to go into The Internet, we have a responsibility to show the good and the bad side of it and delve into these tougher topics. I think “Zootopia” is a great example of a film that was willing to tackle racism. So I think it gave us the belief that we could do that also.

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