David Fox was a game
designer at LucasArts
Entertainment where he designed Rescue
on Fractalus!, Labyrinth, Zak McKracken and the Alien Mindbenders,
Jones and the Last Crusade, and scripted Maniac Mansion.
While at LiveWorld
Productions/Talk City, an online community provider he was the
Director of New Content. He's now a freelance consultant working
with his wife, Annie Fox, publishing books and games, including the recent Rube Works: The Official Rube Goldberg Invention Game. Find out more at ElectricEggplant.com.
Brian Narelle is a prolific cartoonist, puppeteer, humorist, screenwriter, writer, actor. He
created the original San
Diego Chicken and starred in John Carpenter's cult comedy Dark
Star. He has written extensively for children, including Sesame
Street, Disney and PBS.
In addition to writing, he co-starred in The Learning Channel's Bingo & Molly.
He served as Supervising Animator and Sequence Director on the Korty/Lucasfilm
Upon A Time. His screenwriting credits also include Hubert's
Brain, Wild Brain's
2001 Annie Award-winning animated short. Find out more at www.BrianNarelle.com.
Steven Bhaerman, also
known as Swami Beyondananda, has launched his “Precedental
Campaign” with the Right-To-Laugh Party (pun alert!) “The
Swami has been called many things over the years: ‘The Yogi From
Muskogee’ ...‘The Cosmic Comic’ ... ‘The Guru
of Ho-ho-holy Hee-hee-healing’ ... ‘a rare medium well-done.’ And
that doesn't even include what other people have called him!
Born amid humble surroundings in Oklahoma, the youth
we now know as Swami Beyondananda, exhibited unusual
powers at a very early age. Other children would fall asleep in class
and put their head on the desk. When young Swami fell asleep, he would
levitate to the ceiling. More than once, he was disciplined for getting
high in class...” [click
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Eli Noyes brings a comedic flair to his productions, which include
Monitor and Ace Award winning projects for television, award-winning
films for children, inventive commercials and title sequences, and
spirited experimental films. Nominated for an Academy award for his
groundbreaking animated film, Clay, Eli's work includes projects
for Sesame Street, HBO, Scholastic, Nickelodeon, MTV, Pixar, Disney and Oxygen Media. He was co-creator of the Nickelodeon children's
television series, Eureeka's Castle, and directed two recurring
segments on MTV's revolutionary television series, Liquid
He's also known for Ruff's Bone, a best-selling interactive
CD-ROM for Broderbund's Living Books series. Visit Eli's Web
site at www.AlligatorPlanet.com