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Disney Television Animation Appoints Sarah Finn as SVP Production – Deadline


Disney Television Animation has promoted longtime Disney executive Sarah Finn to SVP, Production from her last role as VP.

Finn will now be responsible for directing all physical production of Disney Television Animation studio content for Disney+, Disney Junior and Disney Channel. She reports to Meredith Roberts, Senior Vice President/General Manager, Television Animation, Disney Branded Television.

Ayo Davis, President of Disney Branded Television, said, “Sarah has an in-depth knowledge of animation production, a keen attention to artistic and practical detail, and strong people management skills. Now, as Meredith’s second-in-command, our entire team benefits from her talent and dedication to preserving the world’s most revered animation legacy.

Series under Finn’s new tenure include the upcoming Marvel’s Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur, Alice’s Wonderland Bakery, Pupstruction and fire buds, as well as current Marvel’s titles Spidey and his amazing puppy friends, Minnie’s Bow-Toons, critically acclaimed Mira, Detective Royal, the Daytime Emmy-winning and Annie Award-nominated comedy Big City Greens, nominated for the Annie Award The Ghost and Molly McGee, and Peabody Award Winner The House of the Owl.

Finn joined Disney in 2013 and has served as Vice President of Production since 2020. Prior to that, she served as Executive Director of Disney Television Animation.

Prior to joining Disney Television Animation, Finn worked in Disney’s interactive division, developing and producing entertainment in support of Club Penguin’s online game, Disney Junior’s. Muppet Babies series and The Legend of the Three Caballeros, as well as several AR and VR abbreviated projects.

She was previously Vice President, Development and Production, American Greetings, and Vice President, Animation Production, at Sony Pictures Television.

Finn is the creator of PBS Sprout’s Chloe’s closet, inspired by the birth of his first daughter. The series, which aired from 2010 to 2017 in the United States and major territories around the world, is available on multiple streaming platforms.