It all started out simple enough, working retail and food service. Then there was the adventurous period of the painful and difficult job of pro wrestler. That was followed by stand up comedy, which proved to be even more painful and difficult. Let's not forget the confused period of stage magic, but let's face it, nobody like magicians. Most recently there was the somewhat successful period of illustration and product design, followed by a decent career in animation.
All this is to let you know a few things about me. I will try anything once. I have a diverse background. And I have decided what I wanted to be when I grow up - RULER OF THE WORLD!
Name: Bob Harper
Lives in: Torrance, California
Company: A Fistful of Crayons
Occupation: Screenwriter, Director, Producer, Animator and Storyboard Artist
Unique traits: I can tell the difference between any way Coca-Cola is served, whether it is fountain, can plastic or glass bottle.
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