Robert Schooley or Bob Schooley is an American television writer, screenwriter and television producer. He was born on 1st September 1961, in Levittown, Pennsylvania, USA. He was member of the sound departments for Maxie’s World in1987, A.L.F. tales in 1988, A.L.F. in 1988-89, the New Adventures of Beany and Cecil in 1989, Captain N: the Game Master in 1989, the Karate Kid (TV Series) in 1989, Camp Candy in 1989, the Super Marios Bros. Super Show! in 1989 and Little Golden Book Land in 1989. He was the producer and member of the Real Ghostbusters (1989-90). He was the producer and member of the sound department of C.O.P.S (1988-89). He was the casting director of Ring Raiders (1989). He was the producer of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1989).
He was also the producer of New Kids on the Block (1989). He was the producer and member of the sound department of Captain Planet and the Planeteers in1989. He was the producer of Goof Troop (1992). He was the screenwriter of Return of Jafar (1994). He was the story editor of Aladdin: The Series (1994). He was the screenwriter of Aladdin and the Thieves (1996). He was the writer of Great Minds Think 4 Themselves (1997). He was the screenwriter of
The Lion King
2: Simba’s Pride (1998). He was the writer and producer of Disney’s Hercules (1998-99). He was the screenwriter and producer of Buzz Lightyear of Star Command: The Adventure Begins (2000).
He was the co-creator, executive producer, writer, lyricist (1 episode) of Kim Possible (2002-2007). He was the screenwriter, executive producer and story editor of Kim Possible: So the Drama (2005). He was the screenwriter of Sky High, Hotel for Dogs (2005) and Tinker Bell (2009) and the Legend of the Never Beast (2014). He was the writer and executive producer of the Penguins of Madagascar (2009-2015) and Monsters Vs. Aliens (2013-14). He was the executive consultant of All Hail King Julien: Season 1 (2014). He was the co-developer and executive producer Big Hero 6: The Series (2017-2021). He was the screenwriter, executive producer and co-creator of Kim Possible, based on TV series (2019). He co-created this series with Mark Mc Corkle for Disney Channel.