Andy Behrman

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Andy Behrman (born 1962) is an American writer of non-fiction as well as a mental health advocate and national speaker. He is the author of Electroboy: A Memoir of Mania which was published by Random House in 2002. "Electroboy" traces his career dealing forgeries of the art of Mark Kostabi. Behrman was formerly a spokesman for Bristol Myers Squibb until he publicly criticized them for their marketing techniques and made a YouTube video titled, "Abilify Kills." Behrman lives with his two daughters in Los Angeles, California. He is working on a sequel to Electroboy, as well as a self-help book. He graduated from Wesleyan University.


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