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|alternate names = James Garland Quintel
 
|alternate names = James Garland Quintel
 
|occupation(s) = Voice actor, animator, writer, producer, director
 
|occupation(s) = Voice actor, animator, writer, producer, director
|years active = [[2004]]–present}}'''James Garland "J.G." Quintel''' (born [[September 13]], [[1982]]) is an American storyboard artist on ''[[Phineas and Ferb]]''. In a writer's panel podcast that [[Alex Hirsch]] guest starred on ''[[Gravity Falls]]''. He is currently the creator, producer, and voice of [[w:c:regularshow:Mordecai|Mordecai]] and Hi Five Ghost on Cartoon Network's ''Regular Show''. He has written one episode of ''Phineas and Ferb'' in 2008. He is known as the creative director from the ''Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack'', and the creator of ''2 in the AM PM'' and the ''Naive Man From Lolliland''. He was also the creator of the first show on Cartoonstitution to actually be a success.
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|years active = [[2004]]–present}}'''James Garland "J.G." Quintel''' (born [[September 13]], [[1982]]) is an American storyboard artist, voice actor, and writer. He was the creator, producer, and voice of [[w:c:regularshow:Mordecai|Mordecai]] and Hi Five Ghost on Cartoon Network's ''Regular Show''.
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For [[The Walt Disney Company|Disney]], he worked on the show ''[[Phineas and Ferb]]'' as a storyboard artist. He also wrote one episode for ''Phineas and Ferb'' in 2008. In a writer's panel podcast that [[Alex Hirsch]] guest starred on ''[[Gravity Falls]]''.
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[[Category:Phineas and Ferb]]
 
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Revision as of 20:51, May 3, 2018

James Garland "J.G." Quintel (born September 13, 1982) is an American storyboard artist, voice actor, and writer. He was the creator, producer, and voice of Mordecai and Hi Five Ghost on Cartoon Network's Regular Show.

For Disney, he worked on the show Phineas and Ferb as a storyboard artist. He also wrote one episode for Phineas and Ferb in 2008. In a writer's panel podcast that Alex Hirsch guest starred on Gravity Falls.

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