Bob Zmuda Personality

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Bob Zmuda is the quintessetnial sleazy Z-list celebrity willing to do whatever it takes to keep their name in the spotlight. Zmuda, who was never really that famous to begin with, achieved some degree of notoriety writing for Andy Kaufman, the now beloved prankster who passed away in 1984 after a much-publicized battle with cancer. Because of Kaufman’s penchant for blurring reality with fantasy, many of his most loyal fans doubted the entertainer’s demise, and Zmuda, smelling a payday, took full advantage of their inability to come to terms with their hero’s death.

Since Kaufman’s death over three decades ago, Bob Zmuda has written numerous books and has appeared on countless podcasts, always offering a new explanation as to how
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