Leonard Starr is active/lives in New York. Leonard Starr is known for cartoonist-"LIttle Orphan Annie", comic-book art.
Biography Leonard Starr
Leonard Starr (born October 28, 1925) is a Golden Age comic book artist, an advertising artist and award-winning cartoonist, notable for creating the newspaper strip On Stage and reviving Little Orphan Annie.
Born in New York City, Starr graduated from Manhattan's High School of Music and Art and then studied at Pratt Institute.
While attending Pratt during 1942-43, Starr worked for the Harry "A" Chesler and the Funnies, Inc. studios, contributing to the early comic book features produced at these studios. For Funnies, Inc., he began as a background artist, eventually inking Bob Oksner's pencils. He graduated to drawing for early Timely/Marvel Comics titles, including the Human Torch and the Sub-Mariner.
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