Emmy winning actor adds children’s author to resume

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(KTVI)-Actor Tony Hale is best known as Buster Bluth on “Arrested Development” and his Emmy Award-winning role as Gary Walsh on HBO’s “Veep.” Now, he’s adding children’s book author to his resume. He and co-author, Tony Biaggne, of St. Louis, have created “Archibald's Next Big Thing.” The book tells the story of an extra-ordinary chicken named Archibald Strutter who heads off on a fantastic journey in hopes of finding his next big thing.

The book is illustrated by Misty Manley and Victo Huckabee.

Tony Hale will be at the Saint Louis Art Museum at 2:00pm Sunday to read his book. Although the event is free, tickets are required. You can find out if any are still available at the Museum’s Information Centers.

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