Chris Renaud

Renaud in 2013 Chris Renaud (born December 1966) is an American film producer, director, illustrator, designer, animator, and voice actor. He was nominated for an Academy Award for the 2006 animated short ''No Time for Nuts'', which featured the character Scrat from the computer-animated ''Ice Age'' films. His most popular work is the ''Despicable Me'' franchise, including ''Despicable Me'' and ''Despicable Me 2'', which he co-directed with Pierre Coffin. Along with Coffin, he also co-created and lent his voice to the Minions from ''Despicable Me''. Provided by Wikipedia
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