Monday, March 7, 2016

Mr. Wayne Brady

Mr. Wayne Brady
“Kinky Boots” (until May 29th 2016)
c/o Al Hirschfeld Theatre
302 West 45th Street
New York, NY  10036

Dear Mr. Brady,

My name is Matt Winick and I’m a fan of your work as a comedian and as a TV show hosts.  I enjoy watching you star in Whose Line Is it Anyway because I like on how you make up different songs related to the subject or question that the host asks and make different catchphrases including doing hand gestures while making a comedic saying.  In the show, I think you, Mr. Colin Mochrie, and Mr. Ryan Stiles do such a great job making comedy fun and funny to watch. Also I like on how you do such a great job working together with them on making skits very creative.   My favorite tv shows that you hosted and currently host are The Wayne Brady Show, Don’t Forget the Lyrics, That’s What I’m Talking About, and Let’s Make the Deal.   In TV Land That’s What I’m Talking About, I enjoyed learning about how different African Americans work hard in the entertainment industry and gave some historical background of their life. In your other TV shows that you hosted, I really like on how you work hard to make game shows fun including motivating guests to try to do activities, having a great balance of being comedic while hosting the show, and doing a great job making guest feel comfortable to be interviewed.

Mr. Brady, I have Autism with a learning disability and having a disability is hard for me because I have trouble comprehending on learning different subjects including struggle with communicating when speaking with other people.  Also having a disability is hard for me because I get teased by other people. Your story about childhood struggling with stuttering due to having trouble with anxiety and being teased by other people really inspires me to work hard on my disability and to try finding different methods to avoid feeling down when I get bullied. Your work on TV Land That’s What I’m Talking About really inspired me to be interested in learning history including learning about famous people’s lives.  Learning history, studying famous people, and watching different tv shows really helps me learn more about people, understand how to have conversations, understand about how main characters have a story or an origin, and have motivations to be interested in learning new things. My dream goal is someday to do acting in different tv shows or use history to help teach other people about the need to improve society including recognize people who work hard to make a great difference or who advocate for good ideas.

Mr. Brady, I strongly believe that you really make a great difference as a comedian and as a tv show host.  Your story about overcoming your struggle of being teased including working hard to overcome stuttering really made a great impact on me to be inspired to work hard on Autism, work  hard to find ways to avoid being teased, and to be interested in learning different subjects. Here is a picture of me including a small donation as a gift to you for making a great impact on me.  I was wondering if you could please share some advice about how to improve yourself when getting teased by other people.  Thanks for taking the time to read my letter, inspiring me, and working hard to make comedy including tv shows fun to watch.  I wish you well on continuing your Broadway “Kinky Boots”.


Matt Winick

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