Nancy Cartwright was the voice of Bart Simpson, and became the author of her own motivating story.
In 1999, Nancy Cartwright, the voice of television bad boy, Bart Simpson, gathered up her old date books and journals, and sat down to write the story of a girl from Ohio whose remarkable voice and acting talents catapulted her to fame on the most popular, highly acclaimed and longest running prime time animated series in the history of TV, The Simpsons.
Her book, My Life as a 10-Year-Old Boy, was released in 2000 and quickly became a bestseller. It is filled with humorous anecdotes about her adventurous journey as an entertainer and voice-actor, with more than 150 pages of a behind-the-scenes look at The Simpsons, the cartoon that reinvented sitcom and forever changed the face of American television.
Nancy Cartwright will entertain and enlighten audiences with her stories, her wisdom and her sense of humor.