Oscar was an advertising man whose New York agency counted Proctor & Gamble among its clients. During World War I he worked with Herbert Hoover on European food relief. He detested his first name because in Brooklyn schoolyards it immediately turned into "Horsecar". In addition, it was his father's name, and they didn't get along. So he often went by the initials "O. H."
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Oscar is 20 degrees from Stan Laurel, 19 degrees from Oliver Hardy, 17 degrees from Harpo Marx, 29 degrees from Graham Kennedy, 36 degrees from Louis de Funès, 31 degrees from Benny Hill, 16 degrees from Lucille Ball, 15 degrees from Gale Henry, 16 degrees from Charlie Chaplin, 16 degrees from Buster Keaton, 21 degrees from Joan Davis and 23 degrees from Carolina Millin on our single family tree. Login to find your connection.