Not So Happy- Welles Initial Days
Born to the incredible bright family; his mother was a concert pianist, and his father was the inventor of carbide lamp who makes a living by inventing lamps for bicycles. Despite being from a very brilliant pedigree, Welles childhood was beyond happiness.
His parents separated when he was 4, then his mother died of jaundice, and his father’s business starts faltering. Six years later, after his mother’s death, Welles’s father, an alcoholic, died, leaving Orson lone at the age of fifteen.
Stability comes into his life when Maurice Bernstein took Welles in his life and became his legal guardian. The Maurice saw his talents and enrolled him in a Todd School in Woodstock, where the Welles found his love for theater.