Doug TenNapel's work in Television.
Doug finally got one of his own creations on TV and America hasn't been the same. (Really.)
Doug was an executive Producer for the show. Douglas Langdale wrote many of the episodes. Other writers included John Behnke, Thomas Hart, Rob Humphrey, Jim Peterson and Steve Roberts.
More information about the Earthworm Jim TV show can be found on these sites:
Earthworm Jim began as a video game by Shiny Entertainment in 1994.
For more information on the Earthworm Jim video games, see the video games section.
Doug TenNapel worked on VeggieTales In The House and VeggieTales In The City as an executive producer.
Bob the Tomato, Larry the Cucumber and all their veggie friends venture off the countertop and into a bigger world for the very first time in VeggieTales In the House, which brings the beloved faith-based brand to their first ever Netflix original series. With important life lessons and inspirational messages built into each story, every episode also features a brand-new song, ensuring that the veggies are always fresh ... and always fun!
Everything you wanted to know about Project Geeker and were afraid to ask (and you should be afraid to ask) can be found on ProjectGeeker.org - it's the only Geeker site in existence!
Doug was a consulting producer on the ABC prime time muder mystery Push, Nevada. It got cancelled so Doug moved his family into a cardboard box on Hollywood and Vine.
Push Exec. producer Ben Affleck was an avid Neverhood player so he got Doug to do the puzzle work for the TV show! Push, Nevada's $1,045,000 prize was won by Mark Nakamoto, 24, of West New York, New Jersey!
Doug's first professional animation gig was for the Fox Saturday morning cartoon Attack of the Killer Tomatoes.