John Semper Jr. is a writer, story-editor and producer with over twenty-five years of experience in the entertainment industry, focusing primarily on animation and children's television.
If you like animated action adventure, see his work on the Fox TV series, Spider-Man.
If your family watches pre-school programming, see his work on the PBS animated series, Jay Jay the Jet Plane.
If you're a fan of Japanese animation, see his work on the English language scripts for the Hayao Miyazaki feature films, Kiki's Delivery Service and Laputa:Castle in the Sky.
If you enjoy comedy, see his work on the Warner Bros. feature film, Class Act.
More information about John Semper Jr.'s extensive and varied career is available by clicking on the links at the top of this page. You can connect with him on Facebook or send e-mail to johnsemper [at] aol [dot] com.
News: The fifth and final episode of "Creeporia," the world's first comedy/horror soap opera, is now complete! You can see the entire series on the Creeporia website, along with several production photos. "Creeporia" was written and directed by John Semper Jr. It's based on his original character, Creeporia, which was developed for his web series of the same name. "Creeporia" has a new Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/cryptofcreeporia. Be sure to Like it to see more photos and keep up with the latest news about the project. Thanks!
Semper History Trivia
While a student, Mr. Semper served a summer apprenticeship in New York with award-winning documentarians Albert and David Maysles as they worked on their seminal film, Gimme Shelter.
Early in his career, Mr. Semper worked as a film editor at Ruby/Spears and Hanna-Barbera Productions, then as an apprentice editor on the feature film, D.C. Cab.