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About the Author

Noelle Gunn Elliott is a writer and humorist. She is a contributing writer In the Power Room and has been published on Scary Mommy, Elephant Journal, Tabata Times, The Mid, Your Tango, Yahoo, Today Show Parenting and several other websites to name a few.  She is a contributing writer for Family and Sassy and has had work published with the Notre Dame Magazine.  Her most recent work can be seen in best selling anthology called Surviving Mental Illness Through Humor.

In 2016 she was named one of Michiana's Women to Watch. 

She is the creator of the staged show The Mamalogues which in it's fifth year has sold out every performance.
She began her stage career after receiving her Bachelor of Fine Arts from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles. She then attended the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco.  She has studied with renowned acting coaches Anna Risley and Eric Morris as well as director David Anspaugh.  She then toured up and down the coast with a touring comedy improv troop called Four guys and a gal.

Which is very clairvoyant. 

After meeting a wonderful guy in L.A., she got married and literally created a comedy troop of four boys. They unknowingly perform all over the country.

She is a self-proclaimed student of Oprah and will tell anyone who will listen. Including Oprah, when she had the opportunity to meet her after being selected in a writing contest.

Today she works as a publicist at a University which is too serious, so she continues to write and entertain.  Her heart and soul are in the arts, and she continues to inspire audiences through the Mamalogues.  As well as cultivating a love of the arts in children.  

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