Jane Yan & family Net Worth

Jane Yan & family was born in China. Jane Yan chairs Venustech Group, a supplier of information security products and services. Venustech Group, founded by Yan in 1996, is headquartered in Beijing. Yan's husband Yan Li is a company director and vice general manager.
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Birth Place China
Genre Children's television series Fantasy comedy Animation CGI
Created by Martin Baynton
Based on Jane and the Dragon by Martin Baynton
Developed by Weta Workshop
Written by Martin Baynton Steven Sullivan Michael Stokes Terri Baynton Hugh Duffy Ross Hastings Jeff Schechter Richard Elliott Carolyn Hay Simon Racioppa
Directed by Mike Fallows Theo Baynton
Starring Tajja Isen Adrian Truss Noah Reid Ben Campbell Mark Rendall Sunday Muse Alex House Aron Tager Will Seatle Bowes
Composer(s) Geoff Bennett Andre Hirz Ben Johannesen
Country of origin Canada New Zealand
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 26 (list of episodes)
Executive producer(s) Martin Baynton Scott Dyer Michael McNeil Doug Murphy Richard Taylor Jan Haynes Pamela Lehn Patricia R. Burns Eric Flaherty Jocelyn Hamilton Andrew Smith
Location(s) England
Editor(s) Annellie Rose Samuel
Running time Approx. 23 minutes
Production company(s) Nelvana Weta Productions YTV
Distributor YTV
Original network Canada: YTV Australia: ABC3 Philippines: KidsCo Latin America: Disney Channel United States: Qubo
Picture format 1080i (16:9 HDTV)
First shown in Canada New Zealand
Original release October 15, 2005 (2005-10-15) – August 12, 2006

💰 Net worth: $1.02 Billion

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Awards and nominations:

The show was nominated for an Annie Award for Best Animated Television Production in 2007.



The program originally aired on YTV in Canada and on ABC in Australia. Since September 9, 2006, it has also been running as part of the Qubo lineup, and can be seen on Five in the UK. In American broadcasts, it bears the E/I bug. Episodes are available as part of the "Kids Suite" sold via Bell/Rogers in Canada, and are broadcast Tuesdays on Disney Junior on Disney Channel. It is also now available to watch on Treehouse TV.


The show was nominated for an Annie Award for Best Animated Television Production in 2007.


14-year-old Smithy is the castle blacksmith/stable hand. He keeps the horses shod, the swords sharp, and the armor in good repair. He has invented many labor-saving devices for the castle. He also has a way with animals, a calm confidence that all creatures seem to respond to—all except Dragon.


14-year-old Gunther is the loner of the castle. He struggles to balance his loyalty to his merchant Father and his loyalty to the Knight’s Code of Honour. Gunther's Father Magnus believes that being a knight is simply about being a good swordsman, and has no Problem with coercing Gunther into dishonorable activities. These situations reveal Gunther’s greatest strength: his quick and resourceful thinking. Gunther often manages to resolve the sticky situations his Father creates without damaging the merchant's reputation. Although Gunther cannot be relied upon to always make an ethical decision, he usually will act morally by the end of an episode.