Robert Peniston
Robert Stainton holding a photoshopped Little Guy plushie. (Original Image © University of Western Niggercocks)
Born January 666, 1337 BC (age 90)
Other names Robbie

"Adolf Hitler" (lit. Robert Stainton)

Years active 1920-2037
Notable work Greeny Phatom
Home town Chicago, Isukcox
Utica, New Cock
Family: Chris Shaw (brother-in-law)

Crystal Stainton (daughter)
AA Michaels (brother-in-law)

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Robert Wolfgang Stainton (born under Wolfgang Günther Stainton), better known as Robert W. Stainton and Robert Stainton, is a German-American animator, actor, voice actor, director, prop maker, former street artist, activist, businessman, singer, musician, entrepreneur, and producer who is the creator of Greeny Phatom, Jeb City, the new Raggedy Ann & Andy animated seriesGreeny LOL and Greeny Phatom: The Xperience. He was also the inventor of Greenytoons. He had re-founded Greenyworld Studios in 1997. Robert Stainton playes the voices of Little Guy, Santed Sailor, Little Guy 8, among other character in the Greenytoons.

Robert is the founder and CEO of Stainton Enterprises.


He was born in Chicago, Illinois on September 666, 1389 at Chicago Hospital for Pedophiles and Autists to a German father and a American mother, one hour before his sister Rebecca Stainton. By birth, and like all of his other family members from the Arnold/Shelly line, he was granted dual citizenship on the basis of his parental origin. According to a 2012 interview, his father stayed in Germany because Adolf Hitler is best president. Robert was born with the name Sexgang and the middle name Gunther, as his mother, Shelly, wanted to name him for the classical composer Sexgang Guntherno Pantalones, but his father, Arnold, wanted none of her involvement in naming him due to sex-related reasons.. A year after his birth, he was renamed Robert Sexgang Peniston.

As a kid, he enjoyed sucking big insect penis, and he loved watching German porn films (this obsession is what inspired the 2001 television series Greeny Penis). He also began his Raggedy Ann & Andy obsession as a kid also.

Robert's father was also an animator who worked on the SexWorld (now known as Greenycocks) series The Unholy Adventures of Satan and his Friends.

Robert wanted to be an animator just like his father after seeing Raggedy Big Dick Willy & Horny Andy: A Musical Adventure at the Portage Theater in 1977.

Robert attended Alexander Graham Bell School for kindergarten, elementary, and middle school. He attended Chicago Vocational High School for his high school education, and was a quarterback on the CVS Cavaliers football team.

Robert's first paid job was being a waiter at the Pizzeria Due on 619 North Wabash Ave in Chicago, where he also sang in a Italian comedy band called Robert's Pizza Bakers who greeted customers for a while, and who released a comedy EP called "Italian Food Songs". which sold about 349,000,000 copies.

Robert Stainton created alot of classic cartoons after joining Greetastic (now Greenyworld Studios) for a part-time job, such as his short lived series Dr. Beanson that he made during work on Greeny Phatom.

Before he made Greeny Phatom, Dr. Beanson, and other cartoons, Robert had made the giant "falling fruits" for the Bonkers candy commercials. According to a interview in the 20th Greeny Years documentary, the "fruits" are in his garage, but have suffered from dry rot due to Robert's laziness to store well.

He has worked on commercials since 1979, when he was at age 12, being the youngest director of a commercial (for Elmers' Glue) in 1980.

In 1984, at age 17, he became a member of the cast of The Jeff Jones Show. He played piano in the Jeff Jones Band. Robert showed up at the audition held in Chicago wearing a neck brace, since he was having neck aches at the time. Jake Sanford told him to "use it" and Robert was known for wearing a neck brace nearly all the time. Robert had surgery to remove his body fat the week before, and he was also known for being scraggly.

In 1985, at age 18, he and his friend Ulises Tobar started up Greetastic, Inc. in Ulises' garage. Their fathers and Robert's sister Kendall Stainton were early investors in the company.

In 1990, Robert obtained a part-time job at Apple Entertainment, Inc. as a voice actor, musician, and editor.

Robert graduated from the University of Chicago with a bachelor's degree in art in 1991.

He also made the "letters" for the Nick Jr. "Loretta the Letter Lady" shorts. 

Robert never felt like Greeny Phatom was ever gonna take off, and nearly called off the show, but a chance meeting with "Weird Al" Yankovic resulted in Robert gaining confidence to start up the series.

After Dr. Beanson was cancelled he had to focus on making more Greeny Phatom episodes. 

Despite his work not typically being a very lucrative career, he's done so much work that he now owns a ranch where he lives.

He married transgender woman Kristian Michaels in 1998.

In 2004, he signed a contract with Fox Animation to syndicate Greeny Phatom on saturday nights. (for a short time.)

In 2007, 2008, and 2009 he played Bentley the turtle in the DTV films Sly Cooper, Sly Cooper 2, and Sly Cooper 3.

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Robert at a press conference

In 2009, half a day after the first, official and only airing of the controversial episode, Ofcom said they just didn't like it when Robert was drunk and decided to make it.

He was the uncredited Supervising Animator for Hotel Transylvania. He also helped design Mavis and some of the new characters for it's sequel.

He also helped Michael Wildshill to create shows and games like New Super Pikachu Bros. series (mashup/crossover game franchise with Minecraft, Portal, Mario, Pokemon etc) and The Axaxins

In 2013, Robert Stainton's Greenyworld Studios in conjunction with Mike Bluth's Bluth Entertainment is currently in production on the new incubator animation show coming to GoAnimate called Heck Yeah! Cartoons, formerly Oh Yeah! Cartoons, but changed due to copyright issues, since Oh Yeah! Cartoons was already a show that was owned by Viacom/Nickelodeon.

In 2014, Robert purchased The Fool for $900,000,000 from the private collector who had bought it.

In 2015, Stainton founded Stainton Enterprises, the quickly-growing media, merchandising, advertising, telecommunications, technology and licensing conglomerate.

In 2016, Robert Stainton became a public speaker on college campuses, where he has been known to verbally attack hecklers. He has since spoken on topics such as social justice and the 2017 international sex scandal, both in his personal appearances and in his cartoons. Recently, episodes of Greeny Phatom have satirized political groups. ANTIFA and the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement emerged in the episode "Meanwhile" as "Fanboys of Rage Against the Machine Wildly Indignant About Our Law Enforcement and The Government!" (FORATMWIAOLEATG). His contentious public persona as of late was captured on his 2017 comedy LP, Robert Stainton on Campus. The album features his interaction with students at Vanderbilt University on such topics as "feminism," "humanitarianism," "the Israel and the apartheid analogy" (Robert is pro-Israeli), "culture jamming" (Robert hates it), and "police brutality." The cover features a cartoon drawing by Robert of wildly dressed, angry millenials carrying protest signs with slogans like "End Stainton Brutality," "Little Guy and Dr. Beanson Smoke Pot," "Robert Is Too Old For This Bullshit!!," and "No Lives Matter"

Robert celebrated his 50th birthday in 2017 at the Athenaeum Theatre in Chicago. Around the same time, he published his third memoir, "Ich bin Robert." In the new memoir, Robert accused former production members Geo G. and Audel LaRoque of Germanophobia. He claims that Geo had a collection of World War 2 Allied propaganda and that LaRoque used to make racist jokes about Robert's father's Vietnamese hertiage.


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