DO YOU THINK I’M A JOKE is a transmedia bully prevention project discussing fear and its effects on the mind. On board the project as producer is Adam Leipzig. As a former Disney executive, he supervised such films as “Good Morning Vietnam,” “Honey I Shrunk The Kids” and “Dead Poets Society.” DO YOU THINK I’M A JOKE is directed by critically acclaimed director Manfred Becker. Creator Andrew Cole is a top billboard selling recording artist from Toronto, Canada raised in Liverpool, England.
Charlie Sheen has been added to a growing list of luminaries who have joined Andrew Cole, along with Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne, Sir Patrick Stewart, Lemmy, Slash, Lights, Julian Lennon, Jeff Goldblum, Chad Smith (Red Hot Chili Peppers), Robby Krieger (The Doors) and Jane Lynch. This month, Andrew has reached out to none other than Sam Smith, Lady Gaga, his favorite artist Seal and boxing legend Mike Tyson.
Listen to this excerpt of Charlie Sheen as he talks about how he was bullied, what recently happened to his daughter, then go to the interview with Andrew Cole below to learn more about the project.