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Andy Martello's Stupid Stories About Famous People

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Have you ever worked with anyone famous?

Andy Martello has heard this question over a thousand times. Martello is the self-proclaimed most famous non-famous person in the world. In an entertainment career spanning well over 30 years, he has had the opportunity to meet and work with some of the biggest names in television, movies, sports, politics, and music. Stupid Stories
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Paperback, First Edition, 198 pages
Published November 28th 2016 by Just A Martello Books
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A fun read and insight into the performers who while not as visible make up the majority of entertainers in the business.
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Andy Martello is an award-winning author, entertainer, and comedian. Originally from Chicago, he now makes his home in Las Vegas, Nevada.

You have seen his television work on American Restoration, Mystery Diners, Last Comic Standing, and Street Genius (aka None of the Above).
In 2016, he was named Best Local Author by the
Las Vegas Review-Journal in their annual Best of Las Vegas poll.

His first book,
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