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Letters from a Nut by Ted L. Nancy Cast

  • Ted L. Nancy

    Ted L. Nancy as Ted L. Nancy

    Ted L. Nancy is a pseudonym used by Barry Marder, a comedian, former writer for Seinfeld and the co-writer of DreamWorks’ animated hit Bee Movie. He has written for Bill Maher, Jay Leno and David Letterman. He also wrote with George Carlin. Currently, he is involved with Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee.


  • Beth Kennedy

    Beth Kennedy as Service Representative

    Beth Kennedy most recently appeared in the film Kong: Skull Island. She can also be seen in Mother’s Day, New Year’s Eve, Valentine’s Day and Georgia Rule, all directed by Garry Marshall. Additionally, she performed in Marshall’s opera directing debut, The Grand Duchess, at the Los Angeles Opera. Kennedy is a long-standing member of the Troubadour Theater Company, producing and performing in more than 30 original productions throughout Southern California and beyond, most recently Little Drummer Bowie (Ovation Recommended) at the Garry Marshall Theatre/Falcon Theatre in Burbank.  Previously, she produced and performed in Haunted House Party, a Roman Comedy (Ovation Recommended) at the Getty Villa. She is the recipient of multiple Ovation, Backstage and LA Drama Critics Circle Awards, most notably the LADCC Natalie Shaffer Award for Emerging Comic Actress. Television credits include Speechless, Agents of Shield, The Bridge, Gilmore Girls and CSI. She is a graduate of CalArts and Loyola Marymount University.


  • Sam Kwasman

    Sam Kwasman as Pagliacci

    Sam Kwasman is a veteran actor and comedian. He has appeared on such television shows as The Bob Newhart Show, Family Ties, Lou Grant, Airwolf, MADtv, Evening at the Improv and The Jerry Lewis Telethon, in addition to lending his voice to such cartoons as Robot Chicken with Seth Green and as Little Quacker on the Cartoon Network’s The Tom and Jerry Show. As a stand-up comic, he has appeared at The Comedy Store, the Improv, The Ice House and comedy clubs around the country. For more than 17 years, Kwasman has worked as the voice of Donald Duck at Walt Disney Studios.