P G Wodehouse
- Category : Writers-Humor
- Type : MGP
- Profile : 2/5 - Hermit / Heretic
- Definition : Triple Split
- Incarnation Cross : RAX Maya 3
British-American author, novelist and short story writer, popular for outlandish humor and caricature of English types. He was the creator of Bertie Wooster, his famed butler Jeeves and Psmith, and is also known for his musical comedy lyrics. Graduating from Dulwich College, he began his first newspaper and magazine contributions in 1902. By 1909 he was spending half of his year in the U.S. and in 1914, started his first published serial with the "Saturday Evening Post."
In 1916, his famed character Jeeves appeared in an article and the book followed in 1923. His autobiography was published in 1953 and Wodehouse became a U.S. citizen in 1955. In 1975, before his death, he was knighted by the Queen.
Wodehouse was captured by the Germans in 1940 during WW II and held in France. He died 2/14/1975, Southampton, Long Island, NY.