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Charles Schulz (1922-2000). By: Marty Aguirre. Charles was known as an A merican cartoonist. He was famous for his drawings of the cartoon serious Charlie Brown. Charles was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and grew up in saint P aul. He was an only child.

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Charles was known as an American cartoonist. He was famous for his drawings of the cartoon serious Charlie Brown

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Charles was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota and grew up in saint Paul.

  • He was an only child.
  • Charles loved to draw as a young child he mostly drew the family dog.
influences
Influences
  • Charles had many influences all of which were other cartoonist including:
  • Milton Caniff (Terry and the Pirates)
  • George Herriman (Krazy cat)
  • Roy Crane (Wash Tubbs)
  • Elzie Segar (Thimble Theater)
  • Percy Crosby (Skippy)
adult life
Adult Life
  • Charles Then married Joyce Halverson and having four Children.
  • He also received his own star on the Hollywood walk of fame
  • Charles died in his home on February 12, 2000.
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