A.C. Hammond began his writing career at the ripe age of 6 with his award-winning short story, My Poo Is Blue. In 1998, A.C., which is short for Action Charlie, moved to Los Angeles where he began writing for various television shows and feature films, a few of which were actually watchable. When he’s not writing he keeps busy wondering why people would ever willingly attend a parade, but his true passions include cuddling up with a good book next to a crackling fire behind the train station, or startling animals with an air horn. His comic inspirations include Peter Sellers, Chris Elliot, and the great American writer, Dalton Trumbo who once told a bratty neighbor kid to get the hell off his lawn. A.C. currently lives with his beautiful wife and daughter, and a very nervous dog named George.