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Nancy Cartwright wants to know who you are!

By Stephanie Ciccarelli

July 25, 2006

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If you read Nancy Cartwright's column at AWN (Animation World Magazine), she's invited you to fill out a survey letting her know more about YOU!

nancy-cartwright-bart.jpgNancy has been writing for the Animation World Magazine for a couple of years now, usually writing about her own experiences in the field with advice freely given editorial style. In her most recent article, dated July 24th, Nancy is inviting her readers to share a bit about themselves.

This comes straight from the typing fingers of Nancy Cartwright:

"If you do me this special favor and send me your name, address and phone number, I promise to send you an autographed 8x10 of Bart Simpson, and an autographed bookmarker if you would like."

If you're a voice actor or a Simpsons fan who reads Nancy's column, you won't want to pass this up.

Click here for the survey questions and Nancy's email address.

Cheers,

Stephanie

Related Topics: animation


Comments


    Hi,

    I have to beg to differ with you on the origin of the phrase "Eat My Shorts" It was definitely not created by your friend. In 1971 when I was a high school kid, I worked in a warehouse with a couple of other high school kids. One of them, a guy named Rick Smith, constantly used that phrase while we were working. I don't know where he picked it up (or invented it) but that was 16 years before the Simpson's. Just thought I'd pass the info on.

    See ya,

    Greg

    Posted by:
    • Greg Ross
    • March 30, 2007 11:14 PM

      Nancy,

      We loved your interview with Terrie Gross and find satisfaction that you escaped being trapped in that rain barrel.

      Continued Good Luck,

      Sylvia & Mike

      Posted by:
      • Sylvia & Mike Cartsonis
      • July 29, 2007 3:15 PM

        Sorry to have been so cryptic but we're Sylvia and Mike Cartsonis remembering those early days in Susan's Venice apartment when you did those dripping faucets and "Help, I'm trapped in a rain barrel".

        Posted by:
        • Sylvia & Mike Cartsonis
        • March 25, 2008 5:26 PM

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