Andrew Stanton - Famous Voice Actor

Andrew Stanton Net Worth


Andrew Stanton is a famous American film director, screenwriter, producer, and voice actor, with an impressive net worth of $40 million. Stanton has worked on numerous successful movies, such as Toy Story, Finding Nemo, WALL-E, and Brave, earning him two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature.

Key facts:

  • Andrew Stanton is an American film director, screenwriter, producer, and voice actor.
  • He is based at Pixar Animation Studios and has worked on several successful films.
  • Stanton has directed, written, or voice acted in films such as Toy Story, Finding Nemo, WALL-E, and Up.
  • He has won two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and has been nominated for Best Original Screenplay multiple times.
  • Stanton is scheduled to release the film "Finding Dory" in 2016.

Basic Information About Andrew Stanton

CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Directors
ProfessionsFilm director, Film Producer, Screenwriter, Voice Actor
Net worth$40,000,000
Date of birth1965-12-03 (58 years old)
Place of birthRockport
NationalityUnited States of America
Curiosities and TrademarksUses music by Thomas Newman
SpouseJulie Stanton - (2 AugustΒ 1991 - present)Β (2 children)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ IMDb

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What Movie Awards did Andrew Stanton win?


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Andrew Stanton awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
Hugo - Best Dramatic PresentationNomineeToy Story1996
Oscar - Best Animated Feature Film of the YearWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
BAFTA Film Award - Best Animated FilmWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
BAFTA Children's Award - Best Feature FilmWinnerWALLΒ·E2008
EDA Award - Best Writing, Original ScreenplayWinnerWALLΒ·E2008
ACCA - Best Original ScreenplayWinnerWALLΒ·E2008
Robert - Best American Film (Γ…rets amerikanske film)NomineeWALLΒ·E2009
David - Best Foreign Film (Miglior Film Straniero)NomineeWALLΒ·E2009
DFCS Award - Best DirectorNomineeWALLΒ·E2008
FCCA Award - Best Foreign Film - English LanguageNomineeWALLΒ·E2009
Hollywood Film Award - Animation of the YearWinnerWALLΒ·E2008
Hugo - Best Dramatic Presentation - Long FormWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
Humanitas Prize - Feature Film CategoryWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
INOCA - Best Animated FeatureWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
IOFCP Award - Best Original ScreenplayWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
Silver Ribbon - Best Non-European Director (Regista del Miglior Film Non-Europeo)NomineeWALLΒ·E2009
NTFCA Award - Best Animated FilmWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
Premio Guarani - Best Foreign FilmWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
Rembrandt Award - Best International Film (Beste Buitenlandse Film)NomineeWALLΒ·E2009
Nebula Award - Best ScriptWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
SLFCA Award - Best Animated FilmWinnerWALLΒ·E2008
International Theater Award - WinnerWALLΒ·E2010
UFCA Award - Best DirectorWinnerWALLΒ·E2008
VES Award - Outstanding Animation in an Animated Motion PictureWinnerWALLΒ·E2009
Christopher Award - Feature FilmsWinnerRatatouille2008
SEFCA Award - Best Original ScreenplayNomineeToy Story 22000
Oscar - Best Animated FeatureWinnerFinding Nemo2004
BAFTA Children's Award - Best Feature FilmNomineeFinding Nemo2004
Amanda - Best Foreign Feature Film (Γ…rets utenlandske kinofilm)NomineeFinding Nemo2004
Discover Screenwriting Award - NomineeFinding Nemo2004
Screen International Award - NomineeFinding Nemo2003
Gold Derby Award - Original ScreenplayNomineeFinding Nemo2004
Hollywood Film Award - AnimationWinnerFinding Nemo2003
Hugo - Best Dramatic Presentation - Long FormNomineeFinding Nemo2004
Humanitas Prize - Feature Film CategoryNomineeFinding Nemo2004
INOCA - Best Animated FeatureWinnerFinding Nemo2004
ALFS Award - Director of the YearNomineeFinding Nemo2004
Nebula Award - Best ScriptNomineeFinding Nemo2004
International Theater Award - WinnerFinding Nemo2005
WAFCA Award - Best Screenplay, OriginalNomineeFinding Nemo2003
BAFTA Children's Award - Best Feature FilmWinnerMonsters, Inc.2002
Hugo - Best Dramatic PresentationNomineeMonsters, Inc.2002
BAFTA Film Award - Best Animated Feature FilmNomineeFinding Dory2017
EDA Award - Best Animated Feature FilmNomineeFinding Dory2017
ACCA - Best Animated Feature FilmNomineeFinding Dory2016
Gold Derby Award - Animated FeatureNomineeFinding Dory2017
SFCS Award - Best Animated FeatureNomineeFinding Dory2017
Rondo Statuette - Best FilmNomineeJohn Carter2012
Bradbury Award - NomineeJohn Carter2013

Andrew Stanton roles

Movie / Series Role
CarsFred (voice)
Toy StoryWriter
Toy StoryWriter
Toy StoryCommercial Chorus (voice)
Toy Story 3Writer
WALLΒ·EAxiom Passenger #1 (voice)
Toy Story 4Writer
Toy Story 4Writer
Toy Story 2Writer
Toy Story 2Writer
Toy Story 2Emperor Zurg (voice)
The IncrediblesAdditional Voices (voice)
Finding NemoDirector
Finding NemoWriter
Finding NemoWriter
Finding NemoCrush (voice)
Monsters, Inc.Writer
Finding DoryDirector
Finding DoryWriter
Finding DoryWriter
Finding DoryCrush / Additional Voices (voice)
John CarterDirector
John CarterWriter
A Bug's LifeDirector
A Bug's LifeWriter
A Bug's LifeWriter
A Bug's LifeBug Zapper Bug #2 (voice)
Stranger ThingsDirector
For All MankindDirector
Better Call SaulDirector
Made in HollywoodSelf 2 episodes, 2012-2016
FETCH! with Ruff RuffmanCrush 1 episode, 2010
Tales from the LoopDirector

Andrew Stanton's Quotes

  • A lot of people think if they make a computer-animated film, it's going to be a hit. I'm afraid we're going to see a glut of really bad films in the next couple of years
  • One thing that's a blessing at Pixar is that ever since Toy Story, we've made the films we wanted to make. When making Toy Story, we first started out by trying to please all these executives at Disney, and it failed. And in this last-ditch effort for fear of having the film shut down, we sort of locked ourselves in our room and just made what we would want to see. And that became the Toy Story that everybody knows. So we've decided ever since then to just listen to the audience member in ourselves, and not worry about the demographics. I'm a family man, I have kids, and I go to the movies. And I'm just going to make the kind of movie I want to see. And if it doesn't match perfectly for somebody else, so be it, but at least it's an artist being pure with their vision.
  • I'm not naive about what's at stake. But I almost feel like it's an obligation to not further the status quo if you become somebody with influence and exposure. I don't want to paint the same painting again. I don't want to make the same sculpture again. Why shouldn't a big movie studio be able to make those small independent kinds of pictures? Why not change it up?
  • I was writing WALLΒ·E (2008) so long ago, how could I have known what's going on now? As it was getting finished, the environment talk started to freak me out. I don't have much of a political bent, and the last thing I want to do is preach. I just went with things that I felt were logical for a possible future and supported the point of my story, which was the premise that irrational love defeats life's programming, and that the most robotic beings I've met are us.
  • We were always frustrated that people saw CG as a genre as opposed to just a medium that could tell any kind of story. We felt like we widened the palette with Toy Story (1995) but then people unconsciously put CG back in a different box: 'Well, it's got to be irreverent, it's got to have A-list actors, it's got to have talking animals.'

Interesting Facts about Andrew Stanton

  1. Joined Pixar in 1990 as its second animator and ninth employee.
  2. Has a son named Ben and a daughter named Audrey with his wife, Julie Stanton.

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