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Dav Pilkey

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Children’s writer and illustrator who penned the “Captain Underpants” series, the to begin that was “The Travels of Ook and Gluk, Kung-Fu Cavemen From the near future.” It had been released on August 10, 2010. He proved helpful at Pizza Hut for a while, where they still left the “e” in Dave off his nametag. He thought we would make use of that spelling as his pencil name. His function, “World Battle Won,” gained a national youngsters composing and illustration competition in 1986. His functions included the “Ricky Ricotta” and “Big Pup & Little Pup” series. He was raised with a mature sister, Cindy. He wedded Sayuri Pilkey and resolved in Seattle, Washington. He still left writing for a while to deal with his father, who was simply experiencing a terminal disease. He married a female called Sayuri. He and “Journal of the Wimpy Child” writer Jeff Kinney both became known because of their works for kids.

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Full Name Dav Pilkey
Date Of Birth March 4, 1966
Place Of Birth Cleveland, OH
Profession Children's Author
Education Kent State University
Nationality American
Spouse Sayuri Pilkey
Parents David Pilkey, Sr., Barbara Pilkey
Awards Caldecott Medal
Nominations Kids’ Choice Award for Favorite Book
Movies Captain Underpants
Star Sign Pisces

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Writer

Writer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie2017book completed
Dragon2004TV Series based on the series written by - 3 episodes
The Dumb Bunnies1998-1999TV Series creator - 2 episodes

Actor

Actor

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Billie Bob Joe2015Dav Pilkey

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