Back in the early 1980′s when Carter Crocker first began writing for television, the landscape was much different than it is today. Animation was done quickly, inexpensively and often poorly; shows were spit out of the production machine like sausage links, and writers were mere assembly line cogs. It was difficult to rise above the herd and make a name for oneself, but he managed to do it by tackling some of the highest profile brands and making them accessible to the widest possible audience. TaleSpin, The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh, Darkwing Duck, and Barney – those are just a handful of Carter’s extensive career credits. He continues his impressive run with one of 2013′s major hit series, the Disney ratings giant Sofia the First.

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