Ted L. Nancy on Hulu with New Animated Shorts “Scammers”


Posted April 6, 2016 by straightlinepr

For Release April 1, 2016. Ted L. Nancy -- author of the “Letters From A Nut” books -- is now on Hulu! How great is that!
 
Los Angeles, CA, April 05, 2016 - Ted L. Nancy -- author of the “Letters From A Nut” books -- is now on Hulu! How great is that!

Now Ted is back with “Scammers,” answering emails he got from nasty people promising him great wealth and fantastic business opportunities. How nuts is this!

Here’s the links to the 2 shorts:

http://hulu.com/watch/923698

http://hulu.com/scammers.

In the ”Letters From A Nut” books, Mr. Nancy wrote to various places with strange requests such as wanting to check into a hotel with his own ice machine. Or trying to sell Plus Size Batman clothing to heavyset people in a mall. (From new book coming soon!) The letters and the replies were published and the books sold millions worldwide. Oh Daddy!

The “Letters From A Nut” books have Forewords by Jerry Seinfeld, who many thought was actually
Ted L. Nancy in a mystery that went on for years.

Eventually Ted L. Nancy was revealed as comedian Barry Marder, a former writer on “Seinfeld” and currently involved in Seinfeld’s “Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee.”

Link: TEDLNANCY.COM (click Larry King Live)

“Scammers” is created by Barry Marder. Written by Barry Marder and Phyllis Murphy. The illustrations are from cartoonist Alan Marder. Molly O'Keefe and Samantha Storr are Producers. Laura Michalchyshyn is Executive Producer. Brainbow Design Studio created and produced the animation.

“Scammers” is produced by Sundance Productions.

“Scammers” is distributed by FilmBuff.

Contact: Sundance Productions, Laura Michalchyshyn [email protected]

Contact:
Barry Marder
TEDLNANCY.COM
Los Angeles, CA
310-858-0888
[email protected]
http://www.TEDLNANCY.COM
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Last Updated April 6, 2016