Lauren Hunter MacMullan is an American animation director. She grew up in the Philadelphia suburbs of Havertown, Lansdowne and Swarthmore, and graduated from Swarthmore High School in 1982. She attended Harvard University, and was on the staff of the Harvard Lampoon. Her first primetime TV job was on The Critic, where she directed the episode with guest stars Gene Siskel and Roger Ebert, followed by directing for King of the Hill. She went on to become the supervising director and designer for Mission Hill. After the show was cancelled quickly, she got a job directing on The Simpsons, and stayed for three seasons. She also has directed some episodes of Avatar: The Last Airbender, and won an Annie award for storyboarding on that show.
Lauren Hunter MacMullan
Thursday, 30 April 1964
|2014||Oscar||Best Short Film, Animated||Nominated|
|2007||Emmy||Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming Less Than One Hour)||Nominated|