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<center><u><h1 class="gold-text">Orson Welles</u></h1></center>

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<blockquote><center><h2 class="Lightgray"> "If you want a happy ending, that depends, of course, on when you stop your story"</blockquote><h2></center>
 
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<p class="tab"> &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;<span style="color: goldenrod">Orson Welles</span> was an actor, director, writer, and social critic. In film, he was an innovator. His use of deep focus shots in <i>Citizen Kane</i> was consideed groundbreaking in his time. He directed and narrated <i>War of the Worlds</i>, to this day one of the most notorious peices of radio drama. Beyond being incredibly prolific, he designed astoundingly original and thought-provoking peices. The beginning of his life was not so glamorous, however. Below is a time-line of Orson-Welles life.</p>
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   <li> <b>May 6th, 1914:</b> Orson Welles is born in Kenosha, Wisconsin He is named after his influential grandfather, <a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Orson_S._Head" target="_blank">Orson Head Welles.</a> </li>
  <li><b> May 10th, 1924:</b> Orson's mother dies, and he is taken under the wing of his alcoholic father. He travels to the far east and lives in various parts of the U.S midwest.</li>
  <li><b>December 28th, 1930:</b> At the age of 15, Orson's father passes away. He chooses his guardian to be Maurice Bernstien.</li>
  <li><b>October, 1931:</b> Orson Welles, while on a tour of Europe, claims he is a broadway star and is admitted to the Gate theatre in Dublin. It is his first experience with theatre. 
  <li><b>1935:</b> John Hausman invited Orson to be part of the Federal Theatre Project, and Orson begins to truly develop his theatre career. </li>
  <li><b>1938:</b><i>War of the Worlds</i> airs on American raido, and Orson Welles growing fame earns him Hollywood offers.</li>
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 <h4> Wow, even I had no idea that Orson Welle's life was so incredible. I simply do not want to list all his accomplishments because it would take much too long. Do you get the point of the quote below his name now, though? Like, seriously, this dude was an absolute machine despite so many sadnesses early in his life. Later, around the 1930s, when his theatre career really began to take off, he used to remark "I'm so employed I've forgotten how to sleep". He would regularly commute three times from Manhattan to Harlem to continue his radio career. Below are some links you can read more about Orson, watch some interviews, or listen to <i> War of the Worlds.</i></h4> 
  
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