Dan Reynolds (cartoonist)

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Dan Reynolds
Occupation Cartoonist
Nationality American
Notable works Reader's Digest
Website
www.reynoldsunwrapped.weebly.com

Dan Reynolds (born 1960) began drawing cartoons in December 1989[1] at the age of twenty-nine.[2] His work is seen nationally on greeting cards with American Greetings brand Recycled Paper Greetings and Papyrus Greetings, as well as in Reader's Digest.

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Reynolds is best known for his cartoon series, Reynolds Unwrapped.

His work appears in almost every issue of Reader's Digest[3] (where he is known for his cow, pig and chicken cartoons) and in stores featuring major greeting cards published by Recycled Paper Greetings,Design Design, .[4] and Nobleworks.

Reynolds' work also appeared in the opening episode of the 2002 episode of HBO's The Sopranos and the cover of a National Lampoon[5] cartoon book collection. His baseball cartoons are in the Cooperstown National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum.

Reynolds spent four years in the Navy on the USS Nimitz,[6] has a degree in psychology and currently lives in central New York state with his wife and sons.

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