Mark Groubert, co-host of the hugely successful America's Untold Stories YouTube channel will offer his assessment of Lee Harvey Oswald at 7:30 p.m. Friday, November 17, at the Allen Public Library. Groubert explores both history and pop-culture that is often unknown, obscure, or overlooked. In 2013, he collaborated with Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone to write a five-part, 10-hour miniseries on Lee Harvey Oswald.
The editor for the magazine National Lampoon from 1985 to 1989, Groubert also created, published and edited MTV To Go for the MTV Network. As an investigative journalist, Mark has written for High Times, Penthouse, LA Weekly, and numerous other national publications. He has written over a dozen screenplays, including The Recruit, starring Colin Farrell and Al Pacino, and is an actor as well as an award-winning theater and television producer.
Can’t be there in person? This free program will also be streamed live on ACTV. Find viewing options at Watch ACTV or view online at ACTV.org or YouTube.com/AllenCityTV
The library is located at 300 N. Allen Dr. Call 214-509-4911 for additional information.