|State||Los Angeles, California|
|Voices||Mordecai, Hi Five Ghost, Hot Dog, Guardian, Motorcycle Guy, Llama Guy, Baby Duck 1 and Promise Pie|
|Debut||September 13, 1982, born in Miami, FL|
James Garland Quintel, or simply known as J.G. Quintel, is the creator of Regular Show. He was born September 13, 1982. He also voices Mordecai and Hi Five Ghost. He has worked with other shows on Cartoon Network such as The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack, Camp Lazlo, and Adventure Time.
One of his first films as an animator was in "2 in the AM PM". It is much more vulgar than Regular Show, including swearing and drug use, but it does have some of the same character ideas and voices as in Regular Show. Another film he did was "The Naive Man from Lolliland" in which Sam Marin voiced all of the characters, including the waiter and the first Pops. Also, he starred as an animator in the credits of the 2008 movie Horton Hears a Who! and on the Phineas and Ferb episode, "Jerk de Soleil".
J.G. Quintel currently lives in Los Angeles, California. He has been married for two years to Cassia Strab (not Janie Haddad, as she herself is married to Paul F. Tompkins). He attended high school in Hanford, California in 1997, and graduated shortly after May of 2000, when he was nominated as a 12th grade California academic all-star. After high school, Quintel attended the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia. In 2004, J.G. obtained an internship at Cartoon Network studio to work on the Star Wars: Clone Wars television series.
He has worked with Thurop Van Orman (The Marvelous Misadventures of Flapjack) and Pendleton Ward (Adventure Time) at least once. He was a regular crew member on Flapjack and helped write the Adventure Time episode, "Ocean of Fear". He went to the California Institute of the Arts University with Pen Ward, the creator of Adventure Time, and Alex Hirsch, the creator of Gravity Falls, and fellow board artist on FlapJack. His mother is Terri Morris, and his father is James Allen Quintel. He also has a younger brother, Peyton Dean, who plays the bass.
- "The Power"
- "Caffeinated Concert Tickets" (with Mike Roth)
- "Death Punchies" (with Mike Roth and Jake Armstrong)
- "Prank Callers" (with Mike Roth and Kent Osborne)
- "Don" (with Benton Connor and Kat Morris)
- "Rigby's Body" (with Mike Roth)
- "Rage Against the TV" (with Mike Roth and John Infantino)
- "See You There"
- "First Day"
- "Skunked" (with Sean Szeles)
- "Terror Tales of the Park" ("Creepy Doll")
- "Replaced" (with Mike Roth and John Infantino)