Charles Alverson Net Worth is
Charles Alverson Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018Charles Elgin Alverson (October 13, 1935 - Los Angeles, California) is a novelist, editor and screenwriter who has sometimes used the byline Chuck Alverson. He co-scripted the film Jabberwocky (1977).Alverson grew up in Los Angeles County, and graduated in 1953 from high school in Redondo Beach. After service in the 11th and 82nd Airborne divisions of the U.S. Army, he graduated from San Francisco State College (English, 1960) and Columbia University (Journalism, 1963).In the early 1960s Alverson was an assistant editor (under Harvey Kurtzman) of Help! and then a reporter for The Wall Street Journal. During a break from the WSJ in 1967, he was a "square" (or non-addicted) resident of the anti-drug cult Synanon in Santa Monica, California, for six months. After moving to Britain in 1969, he wrote for Rolling Stone and British newspapers. In 1980, Alverson was managing editor of the British environmentalist magazine Vole, financed by Terry Jones of Monty Python. He was also founding editor of Insight (1981) and GIS Europe (1992).After living in Radnorshire, mid-Wales from 1970 to 1975, Alverson moved to Cambridge, England, where he was an activist, including a month-long vigil against the United States’s bombing of Iraq in 1990 and resistance to Margaret Thatcher’s poll tax. He was arrested twice but was not charged.
|Date Of Birth||October 13, 1935|
|Place Of Birth||Los Angeles, California, USA|
|1||On an idyllic farm in Northern Serbia|
|2||Was an editor & contributor to Harvey Kurtzman's ("Mad", "Little Annie Fanny") legendary magazine "HELP!", which also employed such future luminaries as Terry Gilliam, John Cleese (as a photographic model for fumetti features) and Gloria Steinem. It is in tribute to his and Gilliam's old boss and mentor Kurtzman that Sam Lowry's boss in Brazil (1985), played by Ian Holm, is named "Kurtzmann".|