Larry Doyle is one of America’s foremost humorists. His first novel, “I Love You, Beth Cooper” won the 2008 Thurber Prize for American Humor – and that came on the heels of a four-year stint as a writer and producer of The Simpsons.
Doyle’s latest book is “Deliriously Happy” (Ecco), a collection of his humor pieces published in The New Yorker and elsewhere. In addition to his work as a columnist and author, Doyle wrote the films “Duplex,” “Looney Tunes: Back in Action,” and “I Love You, Beth Cooper.”
According to his bio, Doyle does not keep live monkeys in his house, which would be illegal. And more, mostly reliable information can be found at larrydoyle.com.
Author Website: http://www.larrydoyle.com