Kate Boutilier

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Kate Boutilier
Notable work Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys

Kate Boutilier is an American screenwriter who is best known for writing Klasky Csupo shows like Rugrats, The Wild Thornberrys and All Grown Up! and the feature films "The Wild Thornberrys Movie", "Rugrats Go Wild", and co-writing "Rugrats in Paris". She now writes shows aimed for pre-school, having co-created and produced Poppy Cat and The Mr. Men Show. She is currently developing and executive producing an international pre-school series for a French animation company. Kate Boutilier was born in Bangor, Maine and attended Emerson College in Boston, Massachusetts, majoring in Mass Communications.


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She has also written and composed songs for television and films.


Year Association Award Category Result
2001 Emmy Awards Outstanding Animated Program (for As Told by Ginger) Nominated
2001 Daytime Emmy Awards Outstanding Children's Program (for The Wild Thornberrys) Nominated
2002 Emmy Awards Outstanding Children's Program (for Rugrats) Nominated
2009 Daytime Emmy Award Outstanding Writing in Animation (for The Mr. Men Show) Nominated[2]