Georgian-American writer and self-taught carver known for his bestselling memoir “Anything CAN OCCUR” from 1945. He was known for merging the naive and the present day designs. He apprenticed being a swordmaker and ornamental leatherworker in his youngsters. He was a sniper in the Russian military during World Battle I. His publication “Anything CAN OCCUR” sold a lot more than 600,000 copies in the U.S. and 1.5 million worldwide and was initially serialized in keeping Ground and Path magazines. He immigrated to america through the 1920s. He wedded Helen Waite, with whom he co-wrote his autobiography. His publication “Anything CAN OCCUR” was converted to a film starring Kim Hunter and Jose Ferrer.