Kit Laybourne Net Worth

Kit Laybourne Net Worth is
$2 Million

Kit Laybourne Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Kit Laybourne has been a TV producer and educator. Most recently, he was Chief Creative Officer for The Whistle, a cross platform media company focusing on kids and sports. Kit was an executive producer of animation, documentary and interactive shows at Oxygen Network a company co-founded by his wife Geraldine and Oprah Winfrey. His major production credits include Eureeka's Castle and Gullah Gullah Island for Nickelodeon, Liquid Television for MTV, Braingames for HBO, and Media Probes for PBS.For a dozen years, Kit and partner Eli Noyes ran an independent animation & branding studio in TriBeCa, Noyes & Laybourne. Most of its major works included ID's for MTV and Nickelodeon, shorts for the Children's Television Workshop, and shows for Scholastic and Nick Junior.Kit was a Core Faculty Member in the MA program in Media Studies at the New School, where he taught both early and late in his career. He created on-going courses about Media Design and The Producer's Craft. He is also the author of The Animation Book, a comprehensive book covering animated filmmaking. The book was originally published in 1979, but upon further research into digital animation techniques, a new edition was released in 1998. Kit's most recent book is "Mediapedia", published in 2009 by Globe Pequot Press.
IMDB Wikipedia

Date Of Birth1943-01-16
ProfessionProducer, Director, Writer
1His son is writer Sam Laybourne
2He is a television producer, whose credits include the series "Gullah Gullah Island" on Nickelodeon and "Liquid Television" on MTV. He also wrote "The Animation Book" (1998), and is an associate professor of media studies at the New School in New York.
3His wife Geraldine Laybourne is the chairwoman of Oxygen Media, which operates a cable television channel intended for women, and she is a former president of Nickelodeon, the children's cable network.


Season's Greetings1996Short producer - uncredited
Gullah, Gullah Island1994TV Series executive producer
Eureeka's Castle1991TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Liquid Television1991TV Series executive producer - 3 episodes
Long Ago and Far Away1990TV Series producer - 1 episode
The Great Ape Activity Tape1986Video short producer
Braingames1983TV Series executive producer - 1 episode
Talking Sex... With Your Kids1982TV Movie documentary producer


Talking Sex... With Your Kids1982TV Movie documentary


The Great Ape Activity Tape1986Video short


Gullah, Gullah Island1996TV Series creative director - 1 episode


Cartoon Sushi1997TV Series special thanks - 1 episode
Season's Greetings1996Short special thanks

Won Awards

1983ACECableACE AwardsSingle Program - Innovative Programming GenreBraingames (1983)

Nominated Awards

1993CableACECableACE AwardsChildren's Special or Series - 6 and YoungerEureeka's Castle (1989)
1983ACECableACE AwardsSingle Program - Educational or InformationalTalking Sex... With Your Kids (1982)

Known for movies

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