'Bob's Burgers': EP Loren Bouchard discusses his improbable rise to 'Animation Domination'


There are many notable stories of how celebrities got their start in Hollywood. Charlize Theron was discovered while waiting in line at the bank. Justin Bieber rocketed to fame after posting videos on YouTube. But on the order of improbability, "Bob's Burgers" creator Loren Bouchard has them all beat.Bouchard explains that in the early 1990s he was living in Boston, not doing that much with his life, when a chance encounter with his eighth grade science teacher changed everything. It just so happened that this teacher was Tom Snyder, the man who was in the process of creating the animated series "Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist.""I ran into him and he said 'You know, we're just getting started on these one-minute shorts for Comedy Central. Do you still draw?'," Bouchard recalls. "I wasn't even drawing at the time. I had no skill really to offer him. But I lied and said, 'Yes I still draw.' And...



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