Klay Hall is an American animation director who is credited on multiple television series and feature films. He directorial career is noteworthy because of his having directed both traditional 2d long-form animation, and 3d (cgi) long-form animation. Klay launched his animation career on "Amazing Stories," "Cool World," and "Mighty Mouse: The New Adventures," before working as director on "The Simpsons," and "Family Dog." Klay later became supervising director of 89 episodes of "King of the Hill" at Film Roman. Klay's first direction on a 3d property was the cgi series "Father of the Pride," produced by Dreamworks and cg animated at Imagi Studios. In 2005 Klay was hired by DisneyToon Studios (DTS) as story editor for their first cgi feature, "Tinker Bell," followed by directing "Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure," which was executive produced by John Lasseter and produced by Sean Lurie. Presently Klay is directing a new feature project at DisneyToon Studios, and lives in Los Angeles.