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Gary Smoot (1970–2017)

Gary Smoot was born in 1970. He is known for his work on Complete Savages (2004), The Transcendental Slave (1996) and Stuck (2017). He died on May 2, 2017 in Seattle, Washington, USA. See full bio »



(age 47) in Seattle, Washington, USA

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Known For

Complete Savages
Complete Savages Art Department
The Transcendental Slave
Stuck Special Effects
Kittens in a Cage
Kittens in a Cage Miscellaneous Crew


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 1996 The Transcendental Slave (Short)
Fred Douglas
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 2017/I Stuck (special effects) (completed)
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 2004 Complete Savages (TV Series) (assistant art director)
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 2015 Kittens in a Cage (TV Series) (logo designer - 2013)

Personal Details

Other Works:

An Ovation winning designer who designed sets for "Great Men of Science Nos. 21 & 22", "In Flagrante Gothicto" and "Laura Comstock's Bag-Punching Dog" with director Jillian Armenante (Circle X Theatre, Los Angeles,California, USA).

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Alternate Names:

Gary Judson Smoot

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Had been the longtime partner of Kellie Waymire at the time of her death in 2003. See more »

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