Robert Popper is a British comedy writer, producer and performer. With Peter Serafinowicz, he co-created the brilliant educational film parody Look Around You, which premiers on Cartoon Network’s [adult swim] on October 26th. As “Robin Cooper,” he wrote a series of bizarre letters to obscure professional and interest organizations which became the book “The Timewaster Letters,” which was a best-seller in the UK, and has just been released in the US.
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