Lemony SnicketLemony Snicket is the pen name (as well as a fictional character) of American novelist Daniel Handler (born February 28, 1970). Handler has published several children's books under the name, most notably ''A Series of Unfortunate Events'', which has sold over 60 million copies and spawned a 2004 film and TV series from 2017 to 2019. Lemony Snicket also serves as the fictional narrator of and a character in ''A Series of Unfortunate Events'' as well as the main character in its prequel, a four-part book series titled ''All the Wrong Questions''. Snicket is also featured as a minor character in ''Cheshire Crossing'' by Andy Weir.
In ''A Series of Unfortunate Events'', Snicket serves as both the narrator and a character. He investigates and retells the story of the Baudelaire orphans. The series ''All the Wrong Questions'' is written as a mock-autobiography, and follows Snicket through his childhood and apprenticeship to the V.F.D.
Snicket is also the subject of a fictional autobiography titled ''Lemony Snicket: The Unauthorized Autobiography'' and a pamphlet called ''13 Shocking Secrets You'll Wish You Never Knew About Lemony Snicket'' (released in promotion of ''The End)''. Other works by Snicket include ''The Baby in the Manger'', ''The Composer Is Dead'', ''Horseradish: Bitter Truths You Can't Avoid'', ''The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming'', ''The Lump of Coal'', and ''13 Words.''
In the film, ''Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events'', Lemony Snicket is portrayed by Jude Law, who documents the events of the film on a typewriter from inside a clock tower. In the video game based on the film, his voice is provided by Tim Curry. In the ''Series of Unfortunate Events'' Netflix series, Snicket is interpreted as a Rod Serling-esque omniscient narrator chronicling the events of the Baudelaire children; he is portrayed by Patrick Warburton. Provided by Wikipedia
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