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About Butch Berry

Butch Berry is an accomplished writer-cartoonist-producer, who has produced animation for the Emmy award-winning children’s TV series “The Kinderman Show,” on WMAR-TV2 Baltimore. His blog, “Butch Berry Stuff” has received a “Best Art“award from the Black Web Awards. 

Featured as one of the top ten online cartoonists by “Animation World” Magazine in July 2000, his comic strip "The Raunchy Roach Show" was distributed on the Internet via Art Comics Syndicate from 1996 thru 2001.
The strip was mentioned in the book “Designing Interactive Digital Media” by Nicholas V. Iuppa (publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann) for early use of Internet animation. 

Butch has also won several awards (The “Telly Award,” the “Prized Pieces” Award from the Black Programming Consortium, Best Children’s Film from the Black Filmmaker’s Hall of Fame) as writer-producer for the children’s animated film
“Tell Me Who I Am: The Journey Begins” from Kid Positive Productions (www.kidpositive.net), also distinguished as the only non-Disney children’s film being bootlegged in South Central LA barbershops.