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    Lisa Kettle

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    Lisa Kettle is a writer, currently staffed on the animated series Mira, Royal Detective, premiering on Disney Junior in 2020.

    Other credits include Miles From Tomorrowland, Vampirina, Esme & Roy, The Stinky & Dirty Showand Thunderbirds Are Go, among others.

    Lisa has also written song lyrics for several shows, including “Lucky Scarf,” featured on Sheriff Callie’s Wild Westand performed by Mandy Moore.

    A graduate of Cal State Fullerton, she lives in Los Angeles.

    Event Properties

    Event Date 04-17-2019 6:30 pm
    Event End Date 04-17-2019 9:30 pm
    Capacity Unlimited
    Individual Price Free
    Location
    CS Vapor and Coffee
    1779 Newport Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92627
    CS Vapor and Coffee

    Venue Information - CS Vapor and Coffee

    Event is upstairs, above ConRev shop.

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