Samuel Ferri was born in a one room log cabin in 1809. Son of a well-known film star and an acrobat, he was a premier child actor, starring in many leading roles before attending the Sorbonne where he led student revolts in 1968. He invented the electric light back in 1879 and went on in the following years to record some of his greatest hits. Also, somewhere in there he conquered and annexed portions of Russia.
At the age of 28, he began stealing completely false biographical elements from other people’s lives. Really though, he draws comics a lot and lives in Brooklyn, NY. A regular contributor to the NY Observer, his work has been featured in a variety of publications, including: Time Out New York, The NYPress, The Jerusalem Post, Funny Times and others. See more of his work at: www.misconnected.com