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Jane Bussmann is a comedian and author who has written for television and radio. Her credits include The Fast Show, Smack the Pony, Brass Eye, Jam and South Park, as well as the radio series Bussmann and Quantick Kingsize with David Quantick. She also wrote and starred in Bussmann's Holiday, a live one-woman show, directed by Sally Phillips, which played in Los Angeles, New York and Edinburgh. The show was based on Bussmann's experience of following conflict negotiator John Prendergast to Uganda, which she has since written about in her darkly comic memoir The Worst Date Ever, published in 2009[1]. Bussmann and David Quantick also created The Junkies, the world's first internet sitcom.

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Once in a Lifetime: The Crazy Days of Acid House and Afterwards, 1998, Virgin Books ISBN 0753502607

The Worst Date Ever: War Crimes, Hollywood Heart-Throbs and Other Abominations, 2009, Macmillan ISBN 0230737129

" A rotten vendor: Jane's guide to selling dodgy property in W9," 2001

" I think I can stiff a purchaser and run to LA...What goes around comes around." 2009

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