|Birthday||August 26, 1966 (Age 53)|
Shark (Season 3)
Ned Hastings is an American video editor and producer, best known for his work on various Adult Swim programs, most notably Aqua Teen Hunger Force. He voices Industry Man in 12 oz. Mouse. He additionally voices Shark exclusively in the third season.
Between 1992 and 1997, Hastings worked as a screenwriter and producer for Turner Home Entertainment. In the late 90s he produced, scripted and edited documentaries, videos, television show's episodes and bumpers for Cartoon Network, TNT (Latin America), Warner Home Video, Discovery Health Network, GPTV, The Home Depot, The Travel Channel, The Weather Channel, Connecting With Kids, 11th Street Post and Berkeley Park Post.
In 1999, Hastings worked as a publisher of Space Ghost Coast to Coast. The first episode he worked on was My Dinner with Steven, starring comedian Steven Wright, however the episode was never completed. He later edited the Fire Ant episode, with Conan O'Brien as a special guest. He oversaw the dialogue and audio of the first version of Rabbot, the original pilot episode of Aqua Teen Hunger Force. After an entire season arrived, Hastings returned to Williams Street Studios to edit other episodes of Space Ghost Coast to Coast. His first job as an audio editor was in ATHF in the Mayhem of the Mooninites episode. He became a producer starting from the Ol 'Drippy episode, joining the cast already composed by Jay Wade Edwards and the creators Dave Willis and Matt Maiellaro. He oversaw the dialogue of the animated series Sealab 2021 and Frisky Dingo, produced by 70/30 Productions, and worked as a editor in the first six episodes of the first season of Squidbillies. As a voice actor he has appeared several times in Aqua Teen Hunger Force and has made small vocal cameos in Sealab 2021, Squidbillies, The Brak Show, Frisky Dingo and Perfect Hair Forever.