Robert Stainton
Robert Stainton himself, holding a Little Guy plush toy


Chicago, Illinois
(September 2, 1979)


Animator, executive producer, writer, animation director, storyboard artist, voice actor

Years active


Robert Stainton is the creator of Greeny Phatom, Jeb City, and Greeny Phatom: The Xperience. He was also the inventor of Greenytoons. He had re-founded Greenyworld Studios in 1997.


He was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 2, 1979. As a kid, he enjoyed drawing ants, and he loved looking at videos in German (this obsession is what inspired the 1995 television series Greeny Phatom). Robert Stainton created alot of classic cartoons ever since, such as his short lived series Dr. Beanson.

After Dr. Beanson was cancelled he had to focus on making more Greeny Phatom episodes.

In 2004, he signed a contract with Fox Animation to sydnicate Greeny Phatom on saturday nights. (for a short time.)

And he was the uncredited Supervising Animator for Hotel Transylvania.

He also helped Michael Wildshill to create shows and games like New Super Pikachu Bros. series (mashup/crossover game franchise with Minecraft, Portal, Mario, Pokemon etc and The Axaxins (thriller series about brother-and-sister assassins).


In 2013, Robert Stainton's Greenyworld Studios in conjunction with Mike Bluth's Bluth Entertainment is currently in production on the new incubator animation show coming to GoAnimate called Heck Yeah! Cartoons, formerly Oh Yeah! Cartoons, but changed due to copyright issues.