Obie Scott Wade
Name Obie Scott Wade
Sex Male
Age Unknown
Species Human
Occupation Producer
Book Writer
Screen Writer
 Obie Scott Wade is an American producer, director and award-winning screenwriter. He has written for several television shows and is a show creator and director. In 2011, he created the original animated television series, SheZow .


Wade wrote for various animated TV properties, including, Baby Looney Tunes and Zatch Bell. He created and directed Al Roach: Private Insectigator a black and white animatedfilm noir starring James Garner, Michelle Forbes, Kathy Kinney, Gregg Berger and Freddie Rodriguez for the cable channel Turner Classic Movies as part of the channel's 10thanniversary. Other original animated films created, written and directed by Wade have been presented on the G4 channel and The Disney Channel.[citation needed]

In 2001, Wade co-created, wrote and directed the award-winning animated series Julius & Friends with Paul Frank. An official selection in the Sundance Film FestivalJulius & Friends featured 26x3-minute episodes. Each episode followed the exploits of Julius the monkey and his cast of eccentric friends as they encountered unexpected adventure in Planned Pines USA, the first planned community for cartoon characters. Starring the voice talent of Jason SchwartzmanChristina Pickles and Gregg Berger, Julius & Friends was the first original web-series created especially for kids and families.[citation needed]

Wade created SheZow, the animated television series,[1] the first children's television show in America to feature a young male protagonist, Guy Hamdon, who fights crime exclusively as a female superhero. Due to the gender fluidity of its lead character, SheZow came under scrutiny by conservative Christian groups such as One Million Moms andThe Breitbart Group who claimed that SheZow was immoral. The media attention generated by the controversy gave SheZow exposure allowing it to gain a following.[citation needed]

In 2013 Wade was named a "Rising Star in Animation" by Animation Magazine.[2]


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