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Kate Swanborg

Kate Swanborg was born as Katherine Mary Skarritt. She is known for her work on Shrek (2001), Madagascar (2005) and The Croods (2013). She has been married to Eric Swanborg since August 1997. They have two children. See full bio »

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Known For

Shrek
Shrek Miscellaneous Crew
(2001)
Madagascar
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(2005)
The Croods
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(2013)
Shark Tale
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(2004)

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 2013 The Croods (technology executive: DreamWorks Animation)
 2007 Bee Movie (technology executive: DreamWorks Animation)
 2005 Madagascar (technology executive)
 2004 Shark Tale (technology executive)
 2001 Shrek (pre-production: Los Angeles)
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 2000 The Road to El Dorado (technology production manager)
 1996 Space Jam (assistant production manager - as Kate Skarritt)
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 2004 Shrek 2 (special thanks)
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 2007 The Tech of Shrek the Third (Video documentary short)
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In 1994, worked with 'Matthew Broderick' in UC-San Diego revival production of "How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying". That production then went to Washington, D.C. and then Broadway.

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Kate Skarritt
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Graduated as a Theater major from Western Michigan University in 1992. Met husband Eric Swanborg at Western Michigan University. See more »

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