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My TV hero: Daniel Roche on Seth MacFarlane

I can't get to sleep without watching Family Guy

I really love Family Guy. I first started to watch it when my parents had gone to bed, then I got a TV in my bedroom. I can't get to sleep now without watching Family Guy. It got me into Seth MacFarlane's other work. I started to watch things he's been involved with, such as Hellboy and Dexter's Laboratory. Seth has worked on everything, it seems – Johnny Bravo, I Am Weasel, Robot Chicken. He's even got a series on YouTube. He does animation, writing, voices – everything. My favourite character he has created is Stewie, the dangerous baby in Family Guy.

I used to love watching things like Wallace and Gromit and the Cartoon Network. SpongeBob is my all-time hero. I watch a real mix now. I like MTV. I love Josh Gates and his shows about monsters and the unexplained.
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Sony Pictures Animation Inks a Deal with Fred Seibert

Sony Pictures Animation has set a multi-year deal with Fred Seibert and his Frederator Studios to develop animated feature films, it was announced today by Bob Osher, president of Sony Pictures Digital Productions, and Hannah Minghella, president of production for Sony Pictures Animation. Seibert, a prolific animation producer, promises to be a rich source of original ideas as Sony Pictures Animation continues to advance its development slate.

"It is hard to imagine someone more passionate about animation than Fred Seibert, " said Bob Osher, who first worked with Seibert at Turner Entertainment, when Seibert was president of Hanna-Barbera Productions. "He is a remarkable creative resource."

"Frederator Studios is thrilled to be working with Bob, Hannah, and their team at Sony Pictures Animation," said Fred Seibert. "They've given us a unique opportunity to further develop our incubator for big animation ideas."

"As we look to make a wide variety of animated movies,
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