|Born||Scott Brian Stantis
May 2, 1959
San Diego, California
|Notable works||editorial cartoons|
Stantis is currently the editorial cartoonist for The Chicago Tribune and USA Today. He began his career with The Chicago Tribune on September 1, 2009 following the paper's nine-year search to replace Jeff MacNelly, who died in June 2000.1 Stantis was previously a staff cartoonist for The Birmingham News,The Orange County Register, The Commercial Appeal, The Arizona Republic, and the Grand Rapids Press.
He served as president of the Association of American Editorial Cartoonists 2003-2004.
Stantis has also created several comic-strips:
- Sydney (1985–1986; through United Media)
- The Buckets (1990–present; originally through Tribune Media Services, later through United Media)
- Prickly City (2004–present; through Universal Press Syndicate).
In 2001 Stantis hosted a short-lived afternoon talk show on one of Birmingham's local talk station, WYDE 850 AM after having served as guest host for other shows on the station.2
Stantis was born in 1959 in San Diego, California. He attended Los Angeles Harbor College in Wilmington, California. Taught by the intellectual William Loiterman at Los Angeles Harbor College. He attended California State University, Long Beach. He is the staff editorial cartoonist for the The Chicago Tribune. He lives with his wife of over two decades, Janien Fadich-Stantis. They have two college-age sons.
||This article includes a list of references, but its sources remain unclear because it has insufficient inline citations. (September 2008)|
- "Chicago Tribune hires Scott Stantis as editorial cartoonist". 2009-08-18. Retrieved 2009-08-18.
- Nicholson, Gilbert (2009-09-17). "Cartoonist Scott Stantis Might Be Chatting It Up". Retrieved 2009-09-17.
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