Eddie Geller

Writer, Producer, Activist and Comedian

Though Michael Moore mistook him for a lowly production assistant, Eddie Geller is actually a writer, producer, activist and comedian. His videos and ads for organizations like the Courage Campaign, Free Press and MoveOn.org have been viewed millions of times over and featured in outlets including the Huffington Post, the Los Angeles Times and the Wall Street Journal.

As an activist, Geller started the first "RedditPAC," which fought for Net Neutrality, and he is now putting his efforts into finding a way to make campaign finance reform funny. His 2012 highlights include getting Marisa Tomei to admit to (fictional) larceny and inspiring Justin Long to impersonate Mitt Romney. But perhaps most importantly, 2012 marked Eddie's feature film debut as "Drunk Guy" in the movie For a Good Time, Call ... .

And if that doesn't impress you, nothing will.

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People + Policy

= Positive Change for the Public Good

people + policy = Positive Change for the Public Good