Stuart Hample, also known as Stoo Hample, was a children’s book author, performer, cartoonist, & playwright. He was best known for co-editing the 1966 book Children’s Letters to God with Eric Marshall which was then adapted into the 2004 Off-Broadway musical. In the 1950’s Hample was a regular on the CBS children’s TV show, Captain Kangaroo. He wrote a number of plays, musicals and TV comedies as well as created a pair of syndicated comic strips, Inside Woody Allen and Rich and Famous. Hample also used the pseudonyms Joe Marthen and Turner Brown Jr.
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