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  1. Rebecca Rea Sugar (born July 9, 1987) is an American animator, director, screenwriter, producer, and singer/songwriter. She is the creator of the Cartoon Network series Steven Universe, and was described as the first woman to independently create a series for the network.

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    Rebecca Rea Sugar (born July 9, 1987) is an American animator, director, screenwriter, producer, and singer/songwriter. She is the creator of the Cartoon Network series Steven Universe, and was described as the first woman to independently create a series for the network.

  3. Rebecca Sugar - IMDb

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    Rebecca Sugar, Writer: Steven Universe. Rebecca Sugar was born on July 9, 1987 in Silver Spring, Maryland, USA as Rebecca Rea Sugar. She is a writer and producer, known for Steven Universe (2013), Adventure Time (2010) and Steven Universe: The Movie (2019). She has been married to Ian Jones-Quartey since December 4, 2019.

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  5. Rebecca Sugar (@rebeccasugar) • Twitter

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  6. Rebecca Sugar | Steven Universe Wiki | Fandom

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    Rebecca was born in Silver Spring, Maryland and attended the Visual Arts Center at Einstein High School and Montgomery Blair High School simultaneously. Later, she would attend the School of Visual Arts in New York. One of her early works, a comic strip entitled "Don't Cry for Me, I'm Already Dead" about brothers who bond over references to The Simpsons, was a viral success.The strip was originally published on Sugar's now-defunct website, SugarBoukas.com, itself a reference to one of her early animated shorts. She was hired as a storyboard revisionist during the first season of Adventure Timeand was later promoted to storyboard artist from that season on. Rebecca would eventually leave Adventure Time in early 2013 to launch her new cartoon, Steven Universe. The final episode She worked on for Adventure Time, entitled "Simon and Marcy", was difficult for her, due to her working on the episode alongside launching their new show. She had achieved numerous awards in her career in telev...

    1. "Laser Light Cannon" 2. "Cheeseburger Backpack" 3. "Together Breakfast" 4. "Cat Fingers" 5. "Lion 3: Straight to Video" 6. "Alone Together" 7. "Maximum Capacity" 8. "Rose's Scabbard" 9. "Jail Break"

    1. "We Need to Talk" 2. "Keystone Motel"

    1. "Alone at Sea"

    Rebecca Sugar's birthstone is a ruby.
    Rebecca Sugar's favorite character in Steven Universe is Greg.
    Rebecca Sugar said if she were a Gem, she would be a Ruby.
    Rebecca Sugar is proficient at the ukulele, which she often uses for song demos.
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  7. Rebecca Sugar - Bio, Facts, Family Life of Animator

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    Rebecca Sugar is an American animator, screenwriter, director, songwriter and producer. She is best recognized for creating Cartoon Network’s ‘Steven Universe,’ which has made her the first female cartoon creator for the network. She was formerly a storyboard artist and writer on the animated show ‘Adventure Time’ until 2013.

  8. Rebecca Sugar/Gallery | Steven Universe Wiki | Fandom

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    Rebecca Sugar's original concept art of Holly Blue Agate from July 2015. " Rose's Scabbard " concept drawings " Mindful Education " art Early Famethyst concept drawing.

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  9. Rebecca Sugar Apologises For Steven Universe Racism Controversy

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    Jul 16, 2017 · Rebecca Sugar, the creator of popular cartoon Steven Universe, has issued an apology in light of online controversy sparked by the recently released Steven Universe: Art & Origins artbook. For...

  10. ‘Steven Universe’ Creator Apologizes for New Book’s ‘Racially ...

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    Jul 16, 2017 · Rebecca Sugar, the bisexual creator of Steven Universe — Cartoon Network’s progressive and queer-friendly sci-fi cartoon — has apologized for including a sketch of a “racially insensitive” unused character in the new book Steven Universe: Art & Origins. A racially insensitive Crystal Gem?

  11. Rebecca Sugar Gets It On - Cartoon Brew

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    Oct 22, 2007 · What cannot be denied is that the artist behind all of these, Rebecca Sugar, is ridiculously talented, with drawing skills that are made that much more amazing when one learns that she is a mere...

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