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1966 – Born in London. English political cartoonist in the United States. 1983 – He immigrated to the United States and pursued his love of drawing, writing and making fun of people in positions of power throughout his educational career, while fitting in schoolwork in his spare time. 2000 – Won a national title with ..

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1945 – Born in Fairmount, Indiana, near Marion, on the 28th of July. He created the popular comic strip Garfield. 1969 – Worked for a local advertising agency and began assisting Tom Ryan’s comic strip, Tumbleweeds.        – Created a comic strip, Gnorm Gnat, that ran for five years in The Muskegon Chronicle, a Michigan ..

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1906 – born on the 4th of March in St. Louis, Missouri.          – Davis became interested in drawing when he was six years old. "I had a mania for parades," he recalled. "I drew every parade I could see.          – His first professional artwork was for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, and ..

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US political cartoonist   1876 – Darling was born in Norwood, Michigan, on the 21st of October.   1886 – His family moved to Sioux City, Iowa.   1894 – Studied college at Yankton College in South Dakota.   1895 – Transferred to Beloit College in Wisconsin.          – Became art editor of the yearbook ..

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1943 – He was born on the 30th day of August this year in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He grew up in an unhappy family.  1960 – In the early part of this year, he moved to Cleveland, Ohio to live with a writer friend, Marty Pahls. There he designed greeting cards for the American Greetings corporation.  ..

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1909 – He was Alfred Gerald Caplin born on the 28th day of September this year in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. He was an American cartoonist best known for the satiric comic strip, Li’l Abner.   1918 – He lost his right leg in a trolley accident at the age of nine. Capp spent five ..

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1953 – Born on the 23rd of December in Brooklyn, New York.   1990 – Callahan appeared on revival of the television game show To Tell the Truth as a celebrity panelist.   1992-2005 – He played on All My Children, when the character of Edmund was controversially killed off. His death caused an uproar, ..

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1905 – Born on August 23rd in Bronx, New York. American cartoonist. 1919 – Ernie Bushmiller left high school at 14 years old to work as a copy boy for the New York World newspaper. 1925 – Ernie Bushmiller was given the job of drawing the shapely comic strip flapper Fritzi Ritz when its originator ..

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1904 – Born on December 11th in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. American cartoonist.          – Marjorie Henderson Buell, the creator of Little Lulu, the mischievous cartoon character with corkscrew curls who regularly outwitted the neighborhood boys. 1921 – Her first cartoon was published, when she was 16, in The Philadelphia Ledger. 1934 – The Saturday Evening ..

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1918 – Born on the 11th of Augus in New York City. 1940 – He worked as an illustrator for Newsweek as well as for an advertising company, where he created the trademark logo for Chiquita. 1954 – Browne and cartoonist Mort Walker co-created the comic strip Hi and Lois, a spin-off of Walker’s popular ..

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