Born November 7, 1945. The first full-time editorial cartoonist in the history of the oldest newspaper in America, the Hartford Courant (1980 to 2015.) Formerly worked at Chicago American/ Today (1967 to 1972), Journal-Gazette in Fort Wayne, IN (1973 to 1975) and Dayton, Ohio Journal Herald (1975 to 1980). Has won awards from the U.N. Population Institute, H.L. Mencken Award, Planned Parenthood. Was the sole nominee for the Pulitzer Prize in 1980. His work is collected by the Ohio State Cartoon Library, IU-Purdue University Library in Fort Wayne, Connecticut Historical Society, Eastern Connecticut State University, and the University of Connecticut. Adjunct professor at Eastern Connecticut Sate University, Board of Directors CT Foundation For Open Government. Englehart lives in Middletown, CT with his wife Pat McGrath. Together they have three grown children and four grandchildren.