Cartoonist who’s most widely known for his satirical, hillbilly-themed comic remove, Li’l Abner. His various other comic strips consist of Abbie an’ Slats and Longer Sam, and he was the 1947 receiver of the Country wide Cartoonists Society’s Reuben Award for Cartoonist of the entire year. At age group nine, he dropped his left knee within a trolley incident and was inspired by his dad to build up his artistic abilities as some sort of post-accident therapy. During his youthful years, he went to several art academic institutions in New Britain. He posthumously gained the 1979 Elzie Segar Prize. He was wedded to Catherine Wingate Cameron from 1932 until his loss of life in 1979. He previously two natural daughters (Julie Ann and Catherine) and one followed kid (Colin). As a kid, he appreciated reading the literary functions of Tag Twain.