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The Chiodo Brothers (Stephen, Charles & Edward Chiodo, all born in Bronx, New York) are a group of sibling special effects artists, best known for their film Killer Klowns from Outer Space and creating puppets and effects for films such as Critters, Ernest Scared Stupid, and Team America: World Police. They created the elaborate dioramas featured in the 2010 film Dinner for Schmucks. The post-hardcore band Chiodos (originally called The Chiodos Bros) is named after them as a tribute.

Their studio made the Willice and Crimbles claymation segment on The Simpsons, a parody of Wallace and Gromit in the same style of animation. Wallace and Gromit creator Nick Park voiced himself in the episode, as the creator of the fictional short.

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Writing

1988

Acting

2020
2018
2018
2013
1995
1972
1971
1968
1967

Visual Effects

1974
1972
1971
1970
1968

Art

2018
1989
1988
1971
1970
1968

Production

2020
1988

Sound

1972
1971

Directing

1974

Crew

1970

Lighting

1968

Camera

1968

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