Tim Lawson (writer)

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Tim Lawson (born December 13, 1961 in Sterling, Illinois) is an American writer and musician.


Tim Lawson & Alisa Persons, The Magic Behind The Voices: A Who's Who of Cartoon Voice Actors, University Press of Mississippi 2004, ISBN   978-1-57806-696-4.


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