Three-time Emmy Award winner Eric Radomski enters his second season as
Producer of the hit Warner Bros. Animation series, “SHAGGY AND SCOOBY-DOO
GET A CLUE!, the top-rated animated series within the Kids’ WB! Saturday
morning lineup on The CW. Prior to taking the reins of the latest
Scooby-Doo incarnation, Radomski was supervising producer of the popular
animated series XIAOLIN SHOWDOWN, which airs on both Kids’ WB! and
Radomski began his animation career in the early 80's as an Apprentice
Animator at a small commercial studio in his hometown of Cleveland,
Ohio. After two years animating in Ohio, Radomski headed west to join
Rick Reinert Pictures and eventually became an Assistant Director on a
variety of network and cable properties.
In the early 90's Warner Bros. hired Radomski as a background stylist on
Steven Spielberg's Emmy Award-winning "TINY TOON ADVENTURES." Soon to
follow, Radomski was asked to develop and produce "BATMAN: THE ANIMATED
SERIES," eighty-five episodes later Eric won the first of three Emmy
Awards. Radomski continued on with "BATMAN" producing and directing the
critically acclaimed animated feature "MASK OF THE PHANTASM." Eric's
also directed on Steven Spielberg's "FREAKAZOID" for which he received
his second Emmy Award.
Radomski's appetite for originality compelled him to seek new challenges
outside of daytime animation, and what better place to call home than
the late night world of HBO. Along with HBO executives Chris Albrecht,
Carmi Zlotnik and Catherine Winder, HBO animation was born. Eric
produced and directed two late night series for the trend setting cabler
Todd McFarlane's hugely popular "SPAWN" for which Eric received his
third Emmy Award for Individual Achievement in Animation, and "SPICY
CITY" with the Godfather of adult animation, Ralph Bakshi.
Prior to returning to Warner Bros. Animation, Radomski served Film Roman
as Executive Creative Director, heading the company's restructured
animation development efforts. Under his tenure, Radomski broadened Film
Roman’s animation spectrum with a development slate that included some
of the entertainment industry’s most recognized creators: projects such
as Joss Whedon's "BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER", Mike Meyers "AUSTIN
POWERS," Norman Lear's "TIL THE FAT LADY SINGS" and "DOOMSDAY" with
Howard Stern. One of the Founders of Level13.net (Film Roman's Internet
entertainment site) Radomski shepherded the attitude and direction of
this innovative development venture, working closely with young creators
from around the world discovering, developing, and producing unique and
original properties outside the standard Hollywood model. Two short
films developed and showcased on Level 13 were so successful that they
secured series status with MTV and the Sci-Fi Channel.
Radomski has five individual Emmy Nominations; twice nominated for the
Annie Award and three times nominated for the Golden Reel Awards. One of
his treasured nods is "Mindless Bob," a collaborative effort with "DEVO"
founder Mark Mothersbaugh, for which Eric was awarded "Best Experimental
Film" at the Brooklyn Film Festival.