August 23, 1961|
|Occupation||Producer, filmmaker and writer|
|Citizenship||United States of America|
|Education||BA in Radio-TV-Film|
|Alma mater||California State University, Northridge|
|Genre||Comedy, satire, children's literature, sitcom|
Humorfeed Annual Satire News Competition |
2009 Best Internet Satire Article – Writer
|Spouse||Heather Westcott Mendelson (1998–present)|
Braddon Mendelson is a producer, director and writer, who co-created the video poetry series, "CineVerses." He also co-hosts the podcast "Desperate Times" and the children's YouTube show, "Read Me a Story with Brad Mendelson." As a music video producer, Mendelson worked with some of the top R&B and Rap artists of the late 1990s, including Xzibit, Outkast, Bizzy Bone, Mo Thugs and Ice Cube. As a consequence of producing Outkast's 1998 music video for their song "Rosa Parks," Mendelson in 2005 was added as a defendant to the Rosa Parks v. LaFace Records lawsuit, but was subsequently dismissed from the case by the presiding judge. In 1997 he produced the feature film "Boogie Boy". The film was directed by Craig Hamann and Executive Produced by Academy Award winner Roger Avary, who were both collaborators on Quentin Tarantino's first film "My Best Friend's Birthday."
In 2010, he wrote and illustrated the children's book "Have You Seen the Tickle Bug?"
Mendelson is the publisher of the award-winning satirical website TheSkunk.org.
- Mendelson, Braddon (2010). Have You Seen the Tickle Bug?, Cuckoo Concertos, 40 pages. ISBN 978-1-453-66912-9
- Mendelson, Braddon, & Goodbody, J.B. (editor), et al. (2012). Net's Best Satire, Vol 1 [Kindle Edition], News Roast, LLC, 175 pages. ASIN: B007T7PO6W
- "LA TIMES | 'Riot Act' Energy Gives Sketches a Lift"
- "IMDB | Xzibit: Restless Xposed "
- "World History Project | Rosa Parks files lawsuit against OutKast and LaFace Records"
- " New York Times | Boogie Boy (1997)"
- "Daily Sundial | CSUN alumni elected as local delegates"
- "LA Times | Winning the party endorsement is 'like trying to win an Iowa caucus' ... but in California"
- "HumorFeed Satire Awards"
- Official website
- Braddon Mendelson on IMDb
- Have You Seen the Tickle Bug?
- The Skunk: "Tasteless America Satire for the Ill-Informed"
- CineVerses: Poetry That Moves
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