Mr. Warburton is currently developing a show with Disney.
Tom is a fan of Pete Townshend, the rock guitarist and composer for the band The Who.
Tom is friends with Maxwell Atoms, the creater of The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy.
Tom study graphic design in college.
Some of his favorite cartoon shows are Spongebob SquarePants, The Grim Adventures of Billy and Mandy, Foster's Home For Imaginary Friends, Teen Titans, and Avatar: The Last Airbender.
Tom is married and has a son.
Tom has blue eyes and blond hair.
Mr.Warburton's show Codename: Kids Next Door was nominated in the action/adventure category at Bay Animation Festival in Aalerno, Italy.
Mr. Warburton's show Codename: Kids Next Door won an award for excellence in comedic writing at the 38th ASIFA-East Animation Festival.
Tom has worked at Curious Pictures (an entertainment company) as a director. He also worked for Jumbo Pictures (an animation company).
Tom has done designs for characters in Disney's series Pepper Ann.
According to a Q&A, his aliases, Nogoodnik (a villain) and Numbuh Eleventy Billion (a KND operative) appears a few times in his show Codename: Kids Next Door.
Tom created two animated series for Cartoon Network: Codename: Kids Next Door (2002) and Kenny and the Chimp (1999). But only Codename: Kids Next Door was expanded into a full series.
Tom's TV series Codename: Kids Next Door earned an award for Best Television Series for Children at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
He served as head designer on the 1st season of Beavis and Butthead.
His favorite shows as a kid were Daffy Duck and Bugs Bunny.
Tom was involved with the New York animation industry for a lot of years.
He left Pennsylvania to pursue a career in animation in New York City.
Tom went to Kutztown University.
Mr. Warburton: (talking about Kids Next Door) It takes almost a year to go from script to screen! That's why we're always working on around 25 episodes at any given time!
Mr. Warburton: Well, I like to consider everyone who works on the show a friend. Except that one guy in the color department. He's weird.