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Meet the real-life Alfred! Harrison Cheung worked for Christian Bale as publicist, marketer, and personal assistant for almost a decade. As a family friend and confidant, Harrison was involved with practically every aspect of Christian's life, including his publicity, finances, immigration, fan mail, and, of course, web marketing. With web marketing, Harrison created the Baleheads Christian's online fan community and made him the biggest star on the Internet. 'Entertainment Weekly' touted Bale as one of the "Top Cult Figures of the Past Decade" because of his Internet presence.
Born in Scotland and educated in Canada, Harrison has been writing all of his life. His first novel, 'Idol Worship', was a finalist in the Writers' Guild Fiction competition. In 2002, he produced an award-winning short film called 'Rising of the Moon', about IRA hunger striker, Bobby Sands. Most recently, his short story, 'Witness', won Honorable Mention in Glimmer Train's 2010 Short Fiction competition. He is currently working on a series of novels.
Harrison is a digital marketing professional at IBM, where he earned an Innovation Award for his work in Internet marketing. He lives in Austin, Texas.
Nicola Pittam has been living and working in Los Angeles for the past fourteen years as a celebrity news journalist. She supplies news and features to a variety of publications in the U.S. and the U.K. including 'The New York Post, USA TODAY, People Magazine, Us Weekly', TMZ, RadarOnline, 'London Times, The Telegraph, The Sun, The Mirror, Daily Mail, Hello!, OK, Glamour', and 'Cosmopolitan'.
She has also written a biography with Angie Best ex-wife of England's most famous soccer player George Best and fitness trainer to world-renowned entertainer Cher. 'George And Me: An Autobiography' was published in the U.K. by Virgin Publishing in September 2001.
Nicola started her career as a writer at the age of 19 when she wrote for her local paper in Northampton, England. She has come a long way since then, including spending almost four years, from the ages of 22 to 26, working for Rupert Murdoch's 'Sun' newspaper in London, which is the highest selling daily newspaper in the UK. Nicola, now 40, still writes for all the British daily newspapers, based in Los Angeles but reporting from across America. In addition, she is working on several scripts including a TV pilot and a YA novel.