Tim Cahill (producer)

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Tim Cahill
Other namesTimothy Cahill
Occupation(s)Producer, writer, director, animator
Years active1995–present
Notable work My Gym Partner's a Monkey
Littlest Pet Shop
The Gumazing Gum Girl!
(m. 2000)

Tim Cahill is an American producer, writer, director, and animator who co-created the Cartoon Network series My Gym Partner's a Monkey with his wife Julie McNally Cahill. He, along with his wife, have co-developed and are story editors for the 2012 Littlest Pet Shop series, and is a writer for The High Fructose Adventures of Annoying Orange . [1] He and his wife also worked for Warner Bros. on Histeria! , Detention , Animaniacs , The Sylvester & Tweety Mysteries , Baby Looney Tunes , Mucha Lucha , and Krypto the Superdog .






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  1. "Tim Cahill's TV.com file". Stickblade. 2009. Retrieved July 25, 2013.