Pictionary creator Rob Angel joins UpMeals board

July 19, 2021

Healthy vending company UpMeals has appointed Rob Angel to its board of directors. Angel, who is the inventor of the game Pictionary, is already an investor in and advisor to Vancouver-based UpMeals

"I know how important health and wellness are in today's world and UpMeals is playing a pivotal role in their mission to make healthy and delicious food accessible to everyone, 24/7," Angel said.

In 1985, at age 26, Rob Angel created the iconic board game Pictionary using only a Webster's paperback dictionary, No.2 pencil and yellow legal pad. In 2001, Pictionary was sold to Mattel. Some 38 million have been sold worldwide in 60 countries.


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