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Alison Grambs is a Manhattan-raised writer and performer. She got her start in the entertainment industry as a homely tween, playing the role of Pepper in the 2nd National Tour of Annie. When the sun stopped coming out tomorrow, she resumed non-orphan life, eventually landing a spot in the Drama Department at Fiorello H. LaGuardia High School of Music & Art and Performing Arts. By some miracle, Alison managed to graduate Haverford College with a degree in English Literature – the only proof she has that she can read. A former cast member of the off-Broadway comedy improvisation troupe, Chicago City Limits, she  worked at the legendary Friars Club as a staff writer, event producer, and Director of Membership. She is the author of “Dad Jokes: Groan-Worthy Quips, Puns, and Almost-Funny Gags”“The Man Translator: Your Essential Guide To Manland”, “The Smart Girl’s Guide To Getting Even”, “Totally Silly Jokes”, “Nutty Names Knock-Knocks”“Crazy Christmas Jokes”, and “Hilarious Halloween Jokes”. Some of her writing has been featured in MAD Magazine, The New York Times, The Huffington Post, One for the Table, and The New York Daily News. But the majority of her writing just sits in her computer, weeping softly from neglect. A member of AEA and SAG-AFTRA, she’s made several radio, theatrical, and television appearances including the Today show, and some commercials no one ever saw. She and her husband live in Pennsylvania with their rescue pup and spend their free time riding their sidecar motorcycle.