Shannon Tindle is an American animator and character designer. Tindle's work on the Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends received an Annie Award nomination in 2005 for Best Character Design in an Animated Television Production. Later, at the 58th Primetime Emmy Awards in 2006, he won the Emmy Award for Outstanding Individual Achievement in Animation for "Go Goo Go", while the episode was also nominated for Outstanding Animated Program (for Programming Less Than One Hour). Tindle most recently worked as a character designer on Laika Animation's 2016 release Kubo and the Two Strings, which he originally developed with his wife Megan, and on DreamWorks' animated film The Croods, as a story developer. He currently lives in California, United States.
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