San Francisco-based comedian, author, actress and show host Bonnie Burton creates crafts with her geeky pals Wil Wheaton, Grant Imahara, Clare Kramer and others on her craft show "Geek DIY" on Stan Lee's World of Heroes channel. Bonnie discusses everything from UFOs to troll doll addictions in her show "Ask Bonnie." Bonnie also co-hosts with Felicia Day, Veronica Belmont and Kiala Kazbee on the romance book club show "Vaginal Fantasy."
Bonnie has appeared on Felicia Day's show "The Guild" and Wil Wheaton's show "Tabletop" -- both shows on Geek & Sundry new media network on Youtube. She's also guest starred on the io9 show "We Come From the Future" and MTV. She's also appeared on stage at W00tstock, Writers With Drinks, Vidcon, San Diego Comic-Con, New York Comic Con, Comikaze, Geek Girl Con, Emerald City Con, Maker Faire and more! From 1994-1996, she hosted the Denver music video show "Teletunes," then from 1996-1998 she hosted the San Francisco music video show "Subculture."
In addition to her acting, Bonnie Burton is a bestselling author of the books: "The Star Wars Craft Book" (Random House), "Star Wars: The Clone Wars: Planets in Peril" (DK Readers), "Draw Star Wars: The Clone Wars" (Klutz Books), "You Can Draw: Star Wars" (DK Children), "Girls Against Girls: Why We Are Mean To Each Other and How We Can Change" (Zest Books), and "Never Threaten to Eat Your Co-Workers: Best of Blogs" (Apress).
Her writing appears in the comic book anthologies "Womanthology" and "The Girls' Guide to Guys' Stuff," as well as the magazines Wired, Star Wars Insider, Geek, Bust, Craft, and Organic Gardening, as well as the sites CNN.com, HuffPost, Contently.com, MTV Geek, and Blastr. She has a monthly column in SFX magazine and writes for CNET.com and Playboy. Previously, she worked for a decade as Senior Editor and Social Media Strategist at Lucasfilm.
Learn more on her site: http://www.Grrl.com
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