Paul Sherman "Sherm" Cohen (born January 19, 1965) is a storyboard artist, who has worked in the animation industry since 1994. On The Mighty B!, he storyboarded several episodes during the first season. Cohen described working on the show as "a real treat."
From 1996 to its end in 2009, Cohen was a frequent contributor to Nickelodeon Magazine, writing and illustrating several stories featuring Nicktoons.
He worked on SpongeBob SquarePants for its first four seasons, before leaving to teach a storyboard course at the Entertainment Art Academy.
Cohen returned to SpongeBob as of 2015, and has since become a supervising director on the series.
|104a||"Li'l Orphan Happy"||Co-storyboarded with Louie del Carmen|
|105a||"Bat Mitzvah Crashers"||Storyboarded solo|
|108a||"The Apprentice"||Co-storyboarded with Fred Gonzales|
|111a||"Night Howl"||Co-storyboarded with Eddie Trigueros|
|117a||"Ben Appetit"||Co-storyboarded with Louie del Carmen|
|119a||"Macro Mayhem"||Co-storyboarded with Sunil Hall and Ian Graham|
|2004||The SpongeBob SquarePants Movie||character designer/lead storyboard artist|
|2015||The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water||sequence supervisor|
- Cohen, Sherm (June 2010). Posing - Storyboard Video Wrap-up. BlogSpot.com. Retrieved November 9, 2020.