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|Real name||Wendell Oliver Washer|
|Date of death||July 2022|
|Death place||Panorama City, California, USA|
|Profession or hobby||animator, writer, cartoonist, voice actor|
Washer was active during the early years of the furry fandom, being a member of Rowrbrazzle, doing two comics called Piffles the Barbarian and Zar, and sometimes illustrating stories for (the now deceased) furry artist and fursuiter Bob Hill.
He eventually quit his overall fannish activities (mainstream and furry) due to religious reasons. His last project was scheduled to be a Children's Book with furry artist Steve C. Martin in early 2022.
He was a storyboard director in the production of the Emmy-Award-Winning show The Muppet Babies, and was nominated for the 2010s Annie Award for Storyboarding in an Animated Feature Production for his work on Warner Bros.' direct-to-video Tweety's High-Flying Adventure.
- Warner Bros. Television Studios
- 1985 - The Muppet Babies (storyboard director, 26 episodes, 1984-1985)(*)
(*) Emmy nominated
Wendell died at 12:45 a.m on July 8, 2022, while a patient at the Kaiser Permanente in Panorama City, California, for kidney dialysis. The coroner determined the death was due to exsanguination from an accidentally cut catheter.
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