William Henry Mauldin is an American cartoonist who won two Pulitzer Prizes for his work. He is best known for WWII cartoons depicting American soldiers, portrayed by archetypal characters Willie and Joe, two tired and sick infantrymen, stubborn men. Strongly withstand the difficulties and dangers during missions on the battlefield. His cartoons are very popular with soldiers across Europe, as well as civilians in the United States. His second Pulitzer Prize, however, was for an animated film released in 1958, and probably his most famous animation was after the Kennedy assassination.
|Born||William Henry Mauldin, October 29, 1921, Mountain Park, New Mexico, U.S.|
|Died||January 22, 2003, Newport Beach, California, U.S.|
|Resting place||Arlington National Cemetery|
|Education||Chicago Academy of Fine Arts|
|Spouse(s)||Norma Jean Humphries, Natalie Sarah Evans, Christine Lund|
|IMDb||Bill Mauldin's IMDb|
Cartoonist of realistic infantrymen Willie and Joe during WWII. Over the course of his career, he won two Pulitzer Prizes for his work in editorial cartooning.
He entered the Arizona National Guard in 1940, where he joined the U.S. Army.
For his army cartoons, he was presented with the Legion of Merit Award.
He had eight children across three marriages. His children are Bruce, Time, Andy, David, Johm, Nathaniel, Kaja and Sam.
He made fun of George Patton once for saying that he wanted his soldiers to be clean shaven at all times.
- St. Louis Hau sent people
- Military humor
- Reuben Award Winner
- The Pulitzer Prize for award-winning animation editorial
- The people of Chicago Sun-Times
- Artists from New Mexico
- American cartoonist editors
- American satirists
- Alumni of the School of the Art Academy of Chicago
Latest information about Bill Mauldin updated on June 14 2021.