Dean DeBlois was born in Aylmer, Quebec. He was born poor, and thus he worked in small strip mall where he read the magazines for free. He started his career as an animator in Lacewood Productions in Ottawa. He has contributed to the production for about three years working for a TV series named The Racoons. He had completed his degree in Sheridan College. Upon completion, he was hired directly by Sullivan Bluth Studios which is situated in Ireland, Dublin. There he worked for the featured and famous film named Thumbelina as a layout artist, designer and also an assistant to Don Bluth.By the year 1994 he joined to work with Walt Disney feature film as a story board artist. The feature film which was released in the year 2002.He has also contributed for a feature documentary music film named “Heima”.By the year 2008 he started his new career as co-writer and co-director for DreamWorks Animation. By the same time he also worked for his another feature documentary music film named Jonsi: Live at The Wiltern.And in the year 2014, he successfully released the fantasy film named How to Train Your Dragon 2 which was wrote and directed by him.

His first film work started in the year 1989 as an assistant animator. By the year 2002, he stared his new career as director for the film Lilo & Stitch.

Apart from films, he has also contributed to several series as a story board writer, screenplay adaption, camera operator, co-writer, layout artist and executive producer. He was openly called as a gay.

Davis Guggenheim English Actor

Davis Guggenheim

Davis Guggenheim, officially called as Philip Davis Guggenheim, is an American film director and producer, who has been recognized for his brilliant documentaries like ‘An Inconvenient Truth’, ‘Waiting for Superman’ and ‘He Named Me Malala’. He has also directed much-noted television series like ‘NYPD Blue’, ‘The Shield’. Born to film director and producer Marion Davis and Charles Guggenheim in St. Louis, Missouri (US), he was the youngest of the three children they had. Davis did his schooling from two schools and did his graduation from Brown University. After his graduation, he moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dreams in the film industry. Later he married actress Elisabeth Shue, and the couple has three children Miles William, Stella Street and Agnes Charles. Davis's career started with him being the executive producer of the film ‘Training Day’ and director of ‘Gossip’ both that released in 2001. In 2007, his documentary film ‘An Inconvenient Truth’ won the Academy Award for the Best Documentary Feature. The film featured former U.S. Vice President Al Gore and his international slide show on global warming. He has also directed Barack Obama's biography which received positive feedback. In his career, Davis has associated himself with numerous films, documentaries and television projects like ‘Party of Five’, ‘ER’, ‘Deadwood’, ‘Alias’, ‘24’, ‘The Road We've Traveled’ and ‘It Might Get Loud’. He has also directed and was the executive producer of ‘Melrose Place’ pilot of 2009. His most recent work is ‘He Named Me Malala’ (2015) is a detailed insight on the Nobel Peace Prize laureate Malala and her fight for the rights of girls not just in her home country but all over the world. Davis Guggenheim has an estimated net worth of $2.5 billion (2013) and is the only film director since 2006, who has released three documentaries that found their place in the top 100 highest grossing documentaries of all times.