Martin Olson began his career as a reality splitter in a log cabin in Illinois, when he was but a young urchin of indeterminable age and pliable mind.
However, he overcame these hurdles and displayed an energized bent in pursuing the American dream of three square meals in a geodesic dome with attached garage.
Nothing would stand in his way on the route to scriptal stardom, as exemplified by his parlaying the Life of Rocco the Modern into a weekly sit-calm that entertrained many googol-eyed thousands of youngsters in stir. This, however, was merely a prelude to his subsequent developments, including a script for the G.K. Chesterton novel "The Man Who Was Thursday." Who but Martin Olson would think to convert that amazing tale into a play?moreless