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Nick Confalone (born October 19, 1981) is an American writer and children's TV animator who has written for Disney Channel, Disney XD, Cartoon Network, Discovery Family, and PBS. In 2013, Confalone began making six-second videos with the Vine app, which led to his adulation on an international scale.


Unfortunately, no knowledge of Nick Confalone's educational history is available at this time. If you have any material to rectify this, please conribute! It would be greatly appreciated.


Confalone is credited as a writer on My Little Pony: Friendship is MagicLittlest Pet ShopFuture-Worm!Randy Cunningham: 9th Grade NinjaJohnny TestFish Hooks, and Kick Buttowski: Suburban Daredevil. Confalone is credited as a development coordinator for "Mascot Prep" and "Too Many Robots", as well as the production secretary for "The Phabulizers", all of which are episodes of Shorty McShorts' Shorts. Additionally, Confalone is credited for writing twenty-seven episodes of Fish Hooks, including the segment "Bye Bye Bea Bea" in Bye Bye Bea Bea.


Season 2:

  • Halloween Haul
  • Bea's Commercial
  • Banned Band
  • Merry Fishmas, Milo
  • Milo on the Lam
  • Break Up Shake Down
  • Just One of the Fish
  • Spoiler Alert
  • Bea Dates Milo
  • Sixteen Clamandles
  • Send Me an Angel Fish
  • Science Fair Detective Mystery
  • Guys' Night Out
  • Bea Sneaks Out
  • Busy Bea: Rise of the Machines
  • So-fish-ticated
  • Milo and Oscar Move In
  • Cattlefish, Ho!
  • Brothers' Day
  • Unfinished Doll Business
  • Milo's Magical Shake
  • Spiders Bite
  • Fish at Work
  • Fish Lips Sink Ships
  • Fuddy Duddy Study Buddy
  • Super Extreme Grandma Games to the Max

Season 3:

  • Bye Bye Bea Bea

Background information

As of the time this article was written, Confalone has not been nominated for any awards. However, his six-second videos filmed with the Vine app have been featured in notable places such as CNN, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, two screenings in the Tribeca Film Festival. On a professional level, he has created Vines for top international brands including Amazon, AT&T, Disney, Gap Kids, and Unilever.

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