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Peter Sohn

Peter Sohn joined Pixar Animation Studios in September 2000, and has worked on Academy Award ® -winning feature films including “Finding Nemo,” “The Incredibles” and “WALL•E.” Sohn made his directorial debut on the Pixar short “Partly Cloudy,” before going on to direct his first feature “The Good Dinosaur.” He was also an Executive Producer on “Luca,” which debuted on Disney+ in June 2021.

In his role as a Creative VP, Sohn is involved in key creative decision-making at the studio and consults on films in both development and production. Sohn is currently in production directing Pixar’s upcoming feature film “Elemental,” set to release on June 16, 2023.

In addition to his contributions as a filmmaker, Sohn has lent his voice talents to Pixar’s feature films. In “Ratatouille” he voiced the character of Emile, and in “Monsters University,” he is the voice of Scott “Squishy” Squibbles. Audiences can also hear Sohn in Pixar’s feature film “Lightyear,” where he voices Buzz’s lovable robotic feline sidekick, Sox.

Prior to Pixar, Sohn worked at Warner Bros. with “Ratatouille” director Brad Bird on “The Iron Giant,” as well as at Disney TV. He grew up in New York and attended California Institute of the Arts (Cal Arts). He currently lives in the Bay Area.