(1912 - 1988)
Charles Samuel Addams was active/lived in New York, New Jersey. Charles Addams is known for cartoonist-droll gothic.
Charles Addams was best known for his macabre cartoons that appeared in "The New Yorker", for whom he also did the occasional cover. His Addams Family cartoons were the basis for a hit TV series and two successful feature films.
Addams was a mild mannered man with a wicked but gentle mind. The following is from the 1954 dust jacket notes on "Homebodies":
"Charles Addams was born in Westfield, New Jersey, forty-one years ago and attended Colgate University, The University of Pennsylvania, and Grand Central School of Art in New York City. His work, almost in its entirety, has been published in "The New Yorker" for the last twenty-two years and has resulted in three previous books: "Drawn and Quartered", "Addams and Evil", and "M ... Displaying 750 of 3872 characters.