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This article is about the crew that works on the show. You may be looking for the episode.
The following is a list of the known crew that works on The Amazing World of Gumball. This list may be incomplete as some crew members may be left uncredited.
- Main article: Ben Bocquelet
Creator, writer, co-art director, and executive producer of the show.
- Main article: Mic Graves
- Main article: James Lamont
- Main article: Jon Foster
- Main article: Tobi Wilson
- Main article: Joe Parham
- Main article: Guillaume Cassuto
Started off making backgrounds for the show in Season 2, then started writing for the series later.
- Main article: Louise Coats
- Main article: Daniel Berg
- Main article: Nathan Auerbach
- Main article: Andrew Jones
- Main article: Ciaran Murtagh
- Main article: Daniel Lennard
Executive producer, also the vice president of Cartoon Network Development Studios Europe.
- Main article: Michael Carrington
The storyboard supervisor, as the name suggests, supervises the storyboarding process. This person makes sure the storyboards are of sufficient quality, and fit the needs/vision the writers have in mind.
- Main article: Chuck Klein
Worked as storyboard supervisor on Season 1 until the end of his job in late Season 4.
- Main article: Adrian Maganza
Began as storyboard artist in Season 2, now working as storyboard supervisor in Season 5.
The storyboard artists are the ones that actually draw the storyboards. A storyboard is a sort of comic strip that illustrates the script of the episode. They are made as outlines for what the final product should look like.
- Main article: Sylvain Marc
Helped Ben Bocquelet develop The Amazing World of Gumball and storyboarded the early reel.
- Main article: Chris Garbutt
- Main article: Aurelie Charbonnier
- Main article: Amandine Pécharman
Lead designer for the first season of the show. Also designed the facial expressions/poses for most of the characters.
- Main article: Benjamin Marsaud
Credited as Ben Marsaud. Storyboarded most of the episodes of the show, including the first episode.
- Main article: George Gendi
- Main article: Rob Latimer
- Main article: Kent Osborne
- Main article: Sebastian Hary
- Main article: Akis Dimitrakopoulos
Season 2 storyboard artist. He also storyboard the scrapped episode "The Rex."
- Main article: Yani Ouabdesselam
- Main article: Richard Méril
- Main article: Chloé Nicolay
The storyboard revisionists are the ones that can change certain sequences from storyboards by adding, replacing, and organizing different scenes that are written from the notes before pitching the episode to the directors, editors, and the storyboard supervisor. They can also co-operate with the storyboard artist on drawing episodes.
- Main article: Wandrille Maunoury
- Main article: Oliver Hamilton
- Main article: Bianca Ansems
Character designers are tasked to create various designs of new characters and costumes for main, supporting, and minor characters of the series. The creator and director will approve a certain design to be used in the final version.
- Main article: Grant Orchard
Responsible for the character named after himself.
Raphael "Casamokë" Chabassol
First character designer on Season 2.
- Main article: William Laborie
Character designer as of Season 3 and creator of WEIRD SIMPSONS VHS.
Began as 2D animator in Season 2 and member of the CRCR collective.
Character designer as of Season 3, credited as Guillaume Clairat on Season 5.
Character designer on Season 6, previously worked on Dawn of the Croods, Atomic Puppet, and Luke Pearson's Hilda.
- Main article: Richard Overall
A singer who has worked on "Fine Lady," "You Gotta Think Big," and "Because We're Men." He is the voice of Billy and portrayed Ike Hitcher in "The Laziest." Also directed voice acting for Jacob Hopkins and Terrell Ransom, Jr..
- Main article: Ben Locket
Composer, wrote and composed several songs in the show, including the opening theme.