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Steven Thomas Fischer was born on 10 June, 1972 in Baltimore, Maryland, United States, is a Director,producer,writer,cartoonist,animator. Discover Steven Thomas Fischer’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 48 years old?

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Occupation Director,producer,writer,cartoonist,animator
Age 49 years old
Zodiac Sign Gemini
Born 10 June 1972
Birthday 10 June
Birthplace Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Nationality United States

Fischer began his career at age 17 as a cartoonist, writing and illustrating freelance. One of his early writing credits is as a contributing writer for Access Budget Europe (1994) published by HarperCollins. In 1991, Fischer moved to London, England and attended classes at the London Cartoon Centre while developing proposals for animated films and television programs. Most notable were his Steve & Bluey cartoons which later aired in America through TCI Communications of Baltimore. The cartoons revived a vaudevillian style of family entertainment influenced by Fischer’s childhood idols, Abbott & Costello. Steve & Bluey featured a young nerdy boy named Steve partnered with a sassy quick-witted blue dog. Much of their humor relied on heavy dialogue and a sharp clash of personalities. Print cartoons were published in two volumes entitled There’s a Blue Dog Under My Bed and The Wonderful, Happy, Cartoony World of Steve & Bluey. Radio plays were released through a variety of broadcasters and radio production groups, most notably the Holiday Broadcasting Company and The Golden Radio Players. Fischer voiced both lead characters.

In 1996, Fischer was accepted into the Directors Guild of America with the promotional film production This is CLEARCorps, for and about AmeriCorps.

In 1997, Marquis Who’s Who selected Fischer for inclusion in Marquis Who’s Who in Entertainment.

Fischer’s track record also includes the role of Spencer Stanley in The FBI Files (1999) on the Discovery Channel and directing two music videos for Jim Camacho, former front man for the legendary South Florida rock band The Goods. His international work includes documenting the first Irish National Tour of the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway play Coole Lady, a historical play about the life of Lady Gregory by noted playwright and W. B. Yeats biographer Sam McCready. In 2014, as a Fulbright Program Specialist, Fischer was a guest teacher at University of Debrecen, Hungary, presenting a course on Cartoon Storytelling.

Silence of Falling Leaves (2000, TCI Communications)

His 60-second Polish-language public service announcement, Silence of Falling Leaves (which he wrote, produced, and directed for The Polish National Alliance and TCI Communications of Baltimore), aired in Poland through TVP Polonia in 2000. According to the Latvian news portal, TVNet, the film consisted entirely of images of falling autumn leaves with a sound track cut to a narration in Polish by the Warsaw-born artist Bozena Jedrzejczak. The cinematographer was Fischer’s longtime friend and collaborator, John Chester. Baltimore Magazine described the multi award-winning PSA as, “an art film trapped inside a commercial.”

Frozen Moon 2006 Trailer Showdown, Wales, UK (Winner).

Draw the Line: An Animator’s Showcase (2006, NVCC-TV

Freedom Dance (2007, Blue Dog Productions, Inc / Herron Designs)

Francis Scott Key: Legacy of a Life in Service (2007, ADG Creative)

Now & Forever Yours: Letters to an Old Soldier (2007, NVCC-TV)

In 2007, Fischer directed Mariska Hargitay in Freedom Dance, the critically acclaimed animated documentary about the escape of a young couple from Communist Hungary to the United States during the Hungarian Revolution of 1956.

Independent Film Festival, Maryland, May 2008 (Official Selection)

Fischer served as a Jury Chair for the CINE Awards in 2010, 2011, and 2012, and was named a jury member in 2014 and 2015. He was named as a member of the jury for the Academy Awards qualifier Chicago International Children’s Film Festival in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2016. In 2017, he was Jury Chair of the CICFF’s Animated Shorts category.

In 2010, The Daily Record named Fischer as one of 60 Influential Marylanders.

In 2011, he produced and directed Old School New School, a personal study on creativity in which the director, who also appears on camera, crisscrosses the United States to learn about voice, security versus risk, and the meaning of success. The film features the Emmy Award-winning actor Brian Cox, multi Grammy Award-winning jazz pianist McCoy Tyner, Tony Award-winning producer Emanuel Azenberg, and five-time Academy Award-nominated cinematographer William A. Fraker among many other acclaimed artists. The distributor SnagFilms acquired the film in 2011.

In 2013, Fischer was awarded the honor of Fulbright Specialist by the Fulbright Program, The U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs and the Council for International Exchange of Scholars.

In 2014, Fischer released an updated version of the Steve & Bluey book The Wonderful, Happy, Cartoony World of Steve & Bluey (originally published in 2002 ), telling the exploits of a cartoon comedy team trying to make it in animated show business. To promote the release, Fischer launched a world tour offering creativity lectures and cartoon storytelling workshops at venues including Harvard Medical School (Boston), St. John’s College Film Institute (Santa Fe, NM), The Second City Training Center (Chicago, IL), Debreceni Egyetemi Színház Theatre Festival (Hungary), on a Transatlantic Crossing as special guest of SeaDream Yacht Club, and as special guest aboard Cunard’s Queen Mary 2 touring the Middle East and Southeast Asia.