User:Syndrome/The wizard who did it

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The wizard who did it is an influential film producer. His prolific work in many movies and television shows ranging from The Simpsons to Party at Kitty and Stud's has earned him the nickname "the Kevin Bacon of film". He is perhaps best known for his reputation for working closely with his writers, offering them criticism and writing advice and often personally filling in plot holes in their scripts. Due to an aversion to popularity following an incident where he was stalked by one of his fans, he usually opts to go uncredited for his work. The wizard has unofficially retired since the dawn of CGI movies and the decline of hand-drawn animation, but is current work can still be seen in the sitcom Two and a Half Wizards.

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