Janet Dimon

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Janet Dimon is a Supervising Producer at Cartoon Network Studios. Prior to returning to Cartoon Network Studios in 2015, Dimon was the Supervising Producer at Stoopid Buddy Stoodios Production Company from 2011-2015.

In this role, she partnered with the owners to build a start-up full-service studio that specialized in producing and developing Stop-Motion, 2D, CG, Feature animation, and Commercial content. Dimon oversaw and ran the day to day for multiple productions, and was responsible for identifying and engaging top tier talent. Some of the projects she shepherded were Cartoon Networks Adult Swim's Robot Chicken Series, Seasons 6, 7 and 8, SuperMansion Season 1, a series for Sony/Crackle, Lego Scooby Doo Series for Warner Brothers Animation, Camp WWE for WWE Network, Simpsons Couch Gag for FOX, and Web series Denny's the Grand Slams, Friendship All-Stars... of Friendship for L Studios, among others.

From 2001 through 2011 Dimon was at Cartoon Network Studios producing comedy animation, counting The Cartoonstitute Pilot Program, Regular Show, Camp Lazlo, Juniper Lee and Whatever Happened to Robot Jones. She also had a brief stint at Disney Animation Producing in the Direct to Video division.

Dimon began her career in animation in 1994 as a PA at Sony Columbia Tristar Animation and worked her way up to Producer. While at Sony she worked on animated television projects Jumanji, Extreme Ghostbusters, and Primetime project Sammy, a David Spade series for NBC and was the AP on the Dilbert series for UPN.

Dimon has served on the Television Academy's Animation Peer Group Executive Committee for the last 4 years. She has 4 Primetime Emmy wins and 9 nominations, an Annie Award, a Telly and a BAFTA nomination.

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

AWARDS & NOMINATIONS

8 Nominations 4 Emmys

Outstanding Short Form Animated Program - 2016

  • Winner
  • Janet Dimon, Supervising Producer
  • Robot Chicken
  • "Robot Chicken Christmas Special: The X-Mas United"
  • Adult Swim
  • Stoopid Buddy Stoodios

Outstanding Short-Format Animated Program - 2015

  • Nominee
  • Janet Dimon, Supervising Producer
  • Robot Chicken
  • "Chipotle Miserable"
  • Adult Swim
  • A Stoopid Buddy Stoodios production in association with Stoopid Monkey and Williams Street

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program - 2014

  • Nominee
  • Janet Dimon, Supervising Producer
  • Robot Chicken
  • "Born Again Virgin Christmas Special"
  • Cartoon Network

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program - 2012

  • Winner
  • Janet Dimon, Producer
  • Regular Show
  • "Eggscellent"
  • Cartoon Network
  • Cartoon Network Studios

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program - 2011

  • Nominee
  • Janet Dimon, Producer
  • Regular Show
  • "Mordecai And The Rigbys"
  • Cartoon Network
  • Cartoon Network Studios

Outstanding Short-format Animated Program - 2010

  • Nominee
  • Janet Dimon, Producer
  • Uncle Grandpa
  • cartoonnetwork.com
  • Cartoon Network Studios

Outstanding Special Class - Short-format Animated Programs - 2008

  • Winner
  • Janet Dimon, Producer
  • Camp Lazlo
  • "Lazlo's First Crush"
  • Cartoon Network
  • Cartoon Network Studios

Outstanding Animated Program (for programming one hour or more) - 2007

Photos

  • Television Academy Governors Janet Dimon, Jill Daniels, Jill Sanford, and Dan Evans, III at the 2018 Animation and Children's Programming Nominee Reception at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center on Friday, August 24, 2018, in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    1 of 9 Photos
  • Television Academy Governor Janet Dimon, Jungja Wolf, Jill Jacobs, Ben Juwono, Sharon Flynn, and Television Academy Governor Jill Daniels at the 2018 Animation and Children's Programming Nominee Reception at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center on Friday, August 24, 2018, in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    2 of 9 Photos
  • Curtis Lelash, Carrie Wilksen, Television Academy Governor Janet Dimon, Randy Myers, Robert Alvarez, Louie Zong, Sang Yup Lee, and Television Academy Governor Jill Daniels at the 2018 Animation and Children's Programming Nominee Reception at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center on Friday, August 24, 2018, in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    3 of 9 Photos
  • Television Academy Governor Janet Dimon, Matthew Senreich, Tom Sheppard, Nick Cron-DeVico, Alex Kamer, Tom Root and Television Academy Governor Jill Daniels at the 2018 Animation and Children's Programming Nominee Reception at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center on Friday, August 24, 2018, in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    4 of 9 Photos
  • Television Academy Governor Jill Daniels, Curtis Lelash, Adam Muto, Tom Herpich, Robert Alvarez, Michael Lyman and Television Academy Governor Janet Dimon at the 2018 Animation and Children's Programming Nominee Reception at the Television Academy’s Saban Media Center on Friday, August 24, 2018, in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    5 of 9 Photos
  • Television Academy Governors Janet Dimon and Jill Daniels with guest at It's Not Just A Cartoon! Animation Day, presented by the Television Academy for its members and their families on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    6 of 9 Photos
  • Television Academy Animation Governors Janet Dimon and Jill Daniels at It's Not Just A Cartoon! Animation Day, presented by the Television Academy for its members and their families on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at the Saban Media Center in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    7 of 9 Photos
  • Lauren Hecht, Television Academy Governor Janet Dimon and Brian Sheesley attend the 2017 Animation & Children’s Nominee Reception on Friday, Aug. 25, 2017 in North Hollywood, California.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    8 of 9 Photos
  • Janet Dimon and Greg Miller at the 2016 Creative Arts Ball.

    Photographs by Mike Ruiz
    9 of 9 Photos