G.W. Mercier

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G.W. “Skip” Mercier

G.W. “Skip” Mercier

G.W. Mercier

Date of Birth

Date of Birth: April 20, 1954
Date of Passing: March 11, 2021
Birthplace: Methuen, Massachusetts
Obituary: Hollywood Reporter

G.W. "Skip" Mercier was an American production designer of the stage and screen.

A graduate of both the University of California Berkeley Dramatic Arts and the Yale School of Drama, Mercier designed nearly 400 theatrical productions including Fences, Lemon Sky, and Juan Darién: A Carnival Mass; the latter of which earned him a Tony nomination for best scenic design.

Mercier also worked on Rugrats: A Live Adventure, which toured on three continents, and Finding Nemo – The Musical, which has run multiple times a day at Walt Disney World since 2007.

G.W. "Skip" Mercier was an American production designer of the stage and screen.

A graduate of both the University of California Berkeley Dramatic Arts and the Yale School of Drama, Mercier designed nearly 400 theatrical productions including Fences, Lemon Sky, and Juan Darién: A Carnival Mass; the latter of which earned him a Tony nomination for best scenic design.

Mercier also worked on Rugrats: A Live Adventure, which toured on three continents, and Finding Nemo – The Musical, which has run multiple times a day at Walt Disney World since 2007.

In television, he is perhaps best known for his work on the Nickelodeon children's series Eureeka's Castle.

Mercier also designed the feature film Southie (1998) and the TV movie Fool's Fire (1992).

Mercier died March 11, 2021, in Rowayton, Connecticut. He was 66.

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