Earl's list of clients range from The Walt Disney Company and PBS to The US Postal Service and the FBI.
If you are looking for funny cartoons or an illustrator who can brighten up your next project, contact Earl Musick.
If you are looking for a clean comedian, a Christian comedian, a speaker who can entertain the entire family, then Earl is the best comedian and speaker for your event.
Earl has entertained audiences of all ages from preschools to retirement homes with his cartoons and comedy.
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Earl is a professional cartoonist, humorous illustrator, comedian, spokesperson, and humor writer. Earl's cartoon work has appeared: on the web, in movies, on television, in newspapers and magazines, in books, as greeting cards, as calendars, as t-shirts, as posters, as coloring books, as comic books, in advertising, and much more. Earl has also worked as a humor writer for syndicated comic strips and panels. As a stand-up comedian/speaker, Earl has shared his humor and motivational skills with organizations, conventions, corporations, associations, churches, and schools. Earl has entertained audiences for years with a powerful presentation that reaches groups of all ages. Earl has entertained audiences of all ages from preschools to retirement homes. Earl has made countless television and radio appearances. He has also been featured in many newspaper and magazine articles. Earl was the featured guest on a PBS special about careers in cartooning and was filmed for a PBS special featuring the business of clean comedy. As a freelance cartoonist, Earl's clients include: ABC TV, PBS, First for Women Magazine, The Walt Disney Company, The U. S. Postal Service, The Christian Broadcasting Network, Chicken Soup for the Soul Books, The Federal Bureau of Investigations, Gibson Greeting Cards, Longaberger Baskets, Go.com, King Features, Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine, The Ohio Country Journal, Medical Economics, and many more. Earl is an editorial cartoonist for the Telegraph-Forum newspaper in Bucyrus Ohio. Earl lives in Ohio with his wife, Debbie, and their two sons, Matt and Mark.