About the Author
MARK YOSHIMOTO NEMCOFF Is an award-winning and bestselling author who has been featured on the hit TV show "Access Hollywood." Playboy Magazine praised Mark's comedy writing by saying, "Imagine Howard Stern dropping acid with Trey Parker and Jon Stewart while driving around downtown L.A. and you're almost there." Mark’s writing has spread across a variety of media and television enterprises; he’s written scripts directed by the likes of Bruce Campbell and he has written about music for top-end publications such as Blender Magazine. Mark also holds a degree in Music Production and Engineering from Boston's esteemed Berklee College of Music and after cutting his teeth working on albums by major label artists eventally became Vice President of the company responsible for the music on such hit sitcoms such as "That 70s Show" and "3rd Rock From the Sun.” He is a successful composer in his own right, having scored original music on several network TV series, the 1994 Winter Olympics on CBS and major video game soundtracks. Mark was also one of the first creative visionaries to turn podcasting into a full time career after launching a comedy show recorded in his car. This turned into a stint on Sirius Satellite Radio five nights a week during drive time. From podcasting, Mark was cast as the co-host of a nationally-syndicated television show. On occasion, he has been known to moonlight as a voice-over artist and has been sought as a new media and branding consultant for Internet companies like GoDaddy and Verisign. Mark currently resides in Los Angeles.