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'''[[File:Peter-del-vecho-25th-annual-producer-guild-of-america-awards-01.jpg|thumb]]Peter Del Vecho''', p.g.a. is a film producer at Walt Disney Animation Studios, best known for winning, together with directors Jennifer Lee and Chris Buck, an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for the 2013 film ''Frozen''.
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'''Peter Del Vecho''' is an American film producer at [[Walt Disney Animation Studios]]. With [[Chris Buck]] and [[Jennifer Lee]], they won an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for the 2013 animated film, ''[[Frozen]]''.
   
Del Vecho grew up in the city of Quincy, in the South Shore area just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. He graduated in 1980 from the Boston University College of Fine Arts, where he studied theater production, and worked in theatre for 15 years. In 1995, after working at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis for about 10 years, he was recruited by Disney Animation. He started out in production management and transitioned into producing.
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== Early Life ==
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Del Vecho grew up in the city of Quincy, in the South Shore area just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. He studied theater production in the Boston University College of Fine Arts and graduated in 1980. His theater work spanned of 15 years. 
   
Besides ''Frozen'', Del Vecho produced the Disney animated films ''The Princess and the Frog'' (2009) and ''Winnie the Pooh'' (2011).
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== Career ==
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Del Vecho started working at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis in 1995, for about 10 years. He was then enlisted by Disney to help with their projects. After experience from production management, he moved to producing.
   
In September 2014, it was announced that Del Vecho would produce a five-minute short film based on the ''Frozen'' characters called "Frozen Fever", which would be again co-directed by Buck and Lee, for release in spring 2015.
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Aside from ''Frozen'', he also produced the 2011 films ''The Princess and the Frog'' and ''Winnie the Pooh''.
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An announcement in September 2014 follows that Del Vecho would be working alongside Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee to create a five-minute short succeeding ''Frozen'' called ''[[Frozen Fever]]''. Another announcement in March 2015 noted that the three of them would be working on a full-length sequel to ''Frozen''.
 
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Peter Del Vecho
Biographical information

Full name

Peter Del Vecho

Born

N/A

Gender

Male

Further information

Role in Frozen

Film producer

External links

IMDb
Wikipedia

Peter Del Vecho is an American film producer at Walt Disney Animation Studios. With Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee, they won an Academy Award for Best Animated Feature for the 2013 animated film, Frozen.

Early Life

Del Vecho grew up in the city of Quincy, in the South Shore area just outside of Boston, Massachusetts. He studied theater production in the Boston University College of Fine Arts and graduated in 1980. His theater work spanned of 15 years. 

Career

Del Vecho started working at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis in 1995, for about 10 years. He was then enlisted by Disney to help with their projects. After experience from production management, he moved to producing.

Aside from Frozen, he also produced the 2011 films The Princess and the Frog and Winnie the Pooh.

An announcement in September 2014 follows that Del Vecho would be working alongside Chris Buck and Jennifer Lee to create a five-minute short succeeding Frozen called Frozen Fever. Another announcement in March 2015 noted that the three of them would be working on a full-length sequel to Frozen.

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