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'''Darla K. Anderson''' has been involved in a number of Pixar films, including producing ''[[Cars]]'', ''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' and ''[[A Bug's Life]]''. Her current project is producing ''[[Toy Story 3]]''. She started at Pixar in [[1992]] as an executive director for commercials and short films.
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'''Darla K. Anderson''' has been involved in a number of [[Pixar Animation Studios|Pixar]] films, including producing ''[[Cars]]'', ''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'','' [[A Bug's Life]],'' and'' [[Toy Story 3]] ''and'' [[Coco]]''. She started at Pixar in [[1992]] as an executive director for commercials and short films.
   
Anderson won a Golden Satellite Award for ''[[A Bug's Life]]'', a BAFTA award for ''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' and a Producer's Guild Award for ''[[Cars]]''.
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Anderson won a Golden Satellite Award for ''[[A Bug's Life]]'', a BAFTA award for ''[[Monsters, Inc.]],'' a Producer's Guild Award for ''[[Cars]]'' and an Academy Award for ''[[Coco]]''. 
   
 
Anderson was born and raised in Glendale, California. She studied environmental design at San Diego State University. Before coming to Pixar, she worked as an executive producer at Angel Studios.
 
Anderson was born and raised in Glendale, California. She studied environmental design at San Diego State University. Before coming to Pixar, she worked as an executive producer at Angel Studios.
   
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She has a dog named Boot and a cat named Biscuit.
 
[[Darla]] from ''[[Finding Nemo]] ''is named after her.
 
[[Darla]] from ''[[Finding Nemo]] ''is named after her.
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On March 9th 2018 it was reported that after nearly 25 years Anderson has left Pixar to pursue other opportunities somewhere else.
   
 
==Filmography==
 
==Filmography==
*''[[Toy Story]]'' (1995): digital angel
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*''[[Toy Story]]'' ([[1995]]): digital angel
*''[[A Bug's Life]]'' (1998): producer
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*''[[A Bug's Life]]'' ([[1998]]): producer
*''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' (2001): producer
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*''[[Monsters, Inc.]]'' ([[2001]]): producer
*''[[Cars]]'' (2006): producer
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*''[[Cars]]'' ([[2006]]): producer
*''[[Mater and the Ghostlight]]'' (2006): executive producer
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*''[[Mater and the Ghostlight]]'' ([[2006]]): executive producer
*''[[Toy Story 3]]'' (2010): producer
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*''[[Toy Story 3]]'' ([[2010]]): producer
*''[[Untitled Dia de los Muertos film]]'' (TBA): producer
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*''[[Coco]]'' ([[2017]]): producer (final film before departure)
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Latest revision as of 00:28, September 18, 2018

Andersonmainbio

Darla K. Anderson has been involved in a number of Pixar films, including producing Cars, Monsters, Inc., A Bug's Life, and Toy Story 3 and Coco. She started at Pixar in 1992 as an executive director for commercials and short films.

Anderson won a Golden Satellite Award for A Bug's Life, a BAFTA award for Monsters, Inc., a Producer's Guild Award for Cars and an Academy Award for Coco

Anderson was born and raised in Glendale, California. She studied environmental design at San Diego State University. Before coming to Pixar, she worked as an executive producer at Angel Studios.

She has a dog named Boot and a cat named Biscuit. Darla from Finding Nemo is named after her.

On March 9th 2018 it was reported that after nearly 25 years Anderson has left Pixar to pursue other opportunities somewhere else.

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