A lot of work goes into making our favorite sitcoms and weird things are bound to happen behind the scenes.
Bernardo Sim is a content creator who resides in Miami, FL. He is interested in business, media, art, and traveling, having explored North and South America, Europe, and Asia while learning how cultures connect differently through art and technology. His experiences took him a long way from Manaus, Brazil, an exceptional metropolis inside the Amazon forest, where his life began. He seeks to understand different cultural and artistic perspectives and is fascinated by languages, being fluent in English and Portuguese and proficient in Spanish. As a content creator, Bernardo has worked in a variety of mediums. He has written lyrics for several songs that have charted on iTunes Brazil, produced music videos for American and International artists, conducted interviews with prominent chart-topping pop stars and rocks bands, and expanded social media-based Internet startups. He is a contributor at Screen Rant and also a recurring columnist and special correspondent for Brazil's #1 pop music news website, POPline. Bernardo Sim has a Bachelor of Science in Entertainment Business and a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Creative Writing for Entertainment from Full Sail University, as well as an Entrepreneurship MBA degree from Nova Southeastern University.
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