(1895 - 1953)
Milt Gross was active/lived in New York. Milt Gross is known for cartoonist-comic, illustrator.
Biography Milt Gross
Milt Gross was one of the true zanies of the cartoon world. He created a half-dozen nationally syndicated newspaper strips, including Count Screwloose and Daves Delicatessen. He also wrote and illustrated several best-selling books, worked in Hollywood with Charlie Chaplin, produced artwork that appeared in a Bing Crosby-Betty Hutton movie, wrote his own comic book, and once received a fan letter from Calvin Coolidge.
Born in the Bronx of New York in 1895, Gross left high school to accept a job as an office boy in the art department of Hearsts New York Evening Journal. This meant that Gross was able to associate with, and sometimes assist with, persons such as Tad Dorgan, Gus Mager, Harry Hershfield, Walter Hoban, and Tom McNamara. W
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