Bill Fallover was born in London. Having worked in publishing, advertising and as a film production designer he now lives in Ireland where he continues to design and create models for museums, films and television.
Chelsea's Family, Friends, and Other Victims
Friends, family members and co-workers of Chelsea Handler, who are happy to write a new book for Chelsea to promote since she's feeling too lazy to write one herself.
Andrew Farago is the curator of the Cartoon Art Museum in San Francisco and author of the Harvey Award-winning Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: The Ultimate Visual History.
Tim Federle is a former Broadway dancer turned award-winning writer whose works include the bestselling cocktail recipe books Tequila Mockingbird and Gone With the Gin, the novels Better Nate Than Ever and The Great American Whatever (each named notable books of the year by the New York Times), and the Tony-nominated Broadway musical Tuck Everlasting. A native of San Francisco who grew up in Pittsburgh, Tim now divides his time between New York and the internet.
Anna Fleiss is a digital media specialist living in LA. She has a BA in Visual Media Studies from Emerson College, and has been nominated for an Emmy award for her reality television work.
Jim Florentine is one of the top comedians in the nation, with a massive fan base and an extensive reach into television, film, radio, and digital entertainment. He's currently the featured guest on the Opie with Jim Norton radio broadcast and the co-host for VH1's That Metal Show. He's a critically acclaimed actor, seen most recently on FX's Louie starring Louis CK, Inside Amy Schumer, and Amy Schumer's hit movie Trainwreck.Florentine hosts a popular weekly podcast, Comedy Metal Midgets, and is a featured DJ on Ozzy's Boneyard channel on Sirius XM radio. He rose to fame with his bestselling recordings Terrorizing Telemarketers and he created and voiced the wildly popular character Special Ed for Comedy Central's Crank Yankers. Florentine won an Emmy for his work on HBO's Inside The NFL and had two Billboard top-ten comedy albums within a single year (Cringe N' Purge and Awful Jokes from My First Comedy Notebook).
Mark Frith is the editor of HEAT MAGAZINE