Celebrity Deathmatch

animated television series

Celebrity Deathmatch was a claymation television that aired on MTV between May 1998 and March 2007. Numerous celebrities were featured on CDM made with clay, including though not limited to Barbra Streisand, Cher, Ice-T, Katie Couric and Sharon Stone where they would fight to the death. It was hosted by Johnny Gomez and Nick Diamond. In the ring was wrestler turned judge Mills Lane (although the real Mills Lane had a stroke in 2002, and the voice of Mills on Deathmatch was done by someone else thereafter); furthermore, Stone Cold Steve Austin was a featured guest host for the show. Other hosts included Stacey Cornbred (though she died in an explosion) and Debbie Matenopolous (for whom Nick represented strong contempt).

Celebrity Deathmatch
GenreSports entertainment
Mixed martial arts
Black comedy
Created byEric Fogel[1]
Written byMatt Harrigan (1998-2002)
Tally Barr (2006-2007)
Gavin Carpenter (2006-2007)
Directed byEric Fogel (1998-2002)
Andrew Horne (2006-2007)
StarringMaurice Schlafer (1998-2002)
Len Maxwell (1998-2002)
Mills Lane (1998-2002)
Chris Edgerly (2006-2007)
Masasa Moyo (2006-2007)
Jim Thornton (2006-2007)
ComposerAlan Elliot (2006-2007)
Country of originUnited States
No. of seasons6
No. of episodes93 (list of episodes)
Executive producersAbby Terkuhle (1998-2002)
Richard Doctorow (2006-2007)
For MTV2 (2006-2007):
Carol Eng
Justin Rosenblatt
For The Comedy Network (2006-2007):
Ed Robinson
For Cuppa Coffee Studio (2006-2007):
Adam Shaheen
ProducersJohn Worth Lynn Jr.
Morghan Fortier (2006-2007)
Running time21 minutes
Production companiesMTV Animation (1998-2002)
Cuppa Coffee Studio (2006-2007)
The Comedy Network (2006-2007)
MTV Production Development
Original release
NetworkMTV (1998-2002)
MTV2 (2006-2007)
ReleaseMay 14, 1998 (1998-05-14) – October 20, 2002 (2002-10-20)
June 10, 2006 (2006-06-10) –
March 30, 2007 (2007-03-30)

References change

  1. "Eric Fogel, Creator of Celebrity Deathmatch, Starveillance and Anton & Crapbag". Animation Magazine. Retrieved 2010-11-21.

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