Andrew Laurence "Andy" Houts[1] (June 23, 1965 – February 26, 1997)[1] was an American actor. Houts began his career at Klasky-Csupo, working on The Simpsons, Rugrats (where he wrote two episodes), Duckman and Aaahh!!! Real Monsters in numerous capacities (most commonly as a production coordinator and an actor). He also wrote one episode of Rocko's Modern Life, and appeared on The Drew Carey Show and Ellen in small roles. Houts died in 1997 of a brain tumor before the new season of Rugrats began. The episode "Radio Daze / Psycho Angelica" is dedicated to his memory. He was a gifted comic.

FilmographyEdit

Year(s) Title Role(s) Notes
1990–91 The Simpsons Production assistant
1991–95 Rugrats Bucky
Oodles
Additional voices
Production assistant and coordinator
Wrote two episodes ("Game Show Didi" and "Angelica's Birthday")
1994 Edith Ann: Homeless Go Home Cop
Mr. Negfly
Neighbor
1994–96 Duckman Policeman
Additional voices
Animation checker
Foley sheets
1994–96 Aaahh!!! Real Monsters Snill
Butch
Sloolup
Assistant animation checker
Production coordinator
Recording assistant
1995 Too Something Dog trainer Episode: "Eric and Donny Get Pink Slips"[2]
1995 Santo Bugito Production coordinator
Foley sheets (episode: "My Name is Revenge")
1995 Rocko's Modern Life Writer (episode: "Eyes Capades")
1995 The Drew Carey Show Trekker #1 Episode: "Nature Abhors a Vacuum"
1996 Ellen Brett Sellman Episode: "Lobster Diary"
1997 The Love Bug First mechanic Released posthumously

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "Person Details for Andrew Laurence Houts, "California Death Index, 1940-1997"". familysearch.org. California Death Index. Retrieved March 12, 2016.
  2. ^ Wodell, Russell. "New York Daze, Too Something (an Episode Guide)". epguides.com. Retrieved August 14, 2017.

External linksEdit

Andy Houts on IMDb