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Known For

Eliminators
Eliminators Visual Effects
(1986)
Warlock
Warlock Visual Effects
(1989)
The Last Dragon
The Last Dragon Animation Department
(1985)

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 2005 The Ringer (performer: "Ton of Shame") / (writer: "Ton of Shame")
 2003 Stuck on You (performer: "I'd Walk a Thousand Miles", "This Is the Last Time") / (writer: "I'd Walk a Thousand Miles", "This Is the Last Time")
 2002 The Country Bears (writer: "Can't Let Go")
 2002 Sunshine State (writer: "Can't Let Go")
 2001 Shallow Hal (performer: "Countryside with You") / (writer: "Countryside with You")
 2001 Say It Isn't So (performer: "Motor City", "Make You Happy") / (writer: "Motor City", "Make You Happy")
 2000 Blacktop (TV Movie) (writer: "Can't Let Go" - as Randall Barry Weeks)
 1998 Jack Frost (writer: "Can't Let Go")
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 2001 Attila (TV Mini-Series) (roto artist - 2 episodes)
- Episode #1.2 (2001) ... (roto artist)
- Episode #1.1 (2001) ... (roto artist)
 1997 Cats Don't Dance (effects assistant)
 1994 The Pagemaster (additional special effects animator)
 1991 Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country (tactical display: Cimityart)
 1989 Warlock (effects assistant animator: Perpetual Motion Pictures)
 1986 SpaceCamp (graphics technician)
 1986 Eliminators (optical effects: Quick Silver FX/Studio)
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 1985 The Last Dragon (animation crew)

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