George Lucas was born on May 14, 1944, in Modesto, California, the son of Dorothy Ellinore Lucas (née Bomberger; 1913–1989) and George Walton Lucas, Sr. (1913–1991), who owned a stationery store.
Lucas grew up in the Central Valley town of Modesto, and his early passion for cars and motor racing would eventually serve as inspiration for his USC student film 1:42.08, as well as his Oscar-nominated low-budget phenomenon, American Graffiti.
My husbands grandfather is John Bomberger, mairried to Dorothy. Dorothys daughter/ Bonnie Kobin is my husbands mother. Brian kelley (Bonnies son) is my husband. My name is Gail Kelley. Morgan Kelley our daughter age 16 would love to contact George about advice for the comic book industry.
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