The answer is letter A. Steve Martin was the comedian who wrote for the New Yorker magazine in the late 1990s. Born Stephen Glenn Martin on August 14, 1945, he began his career as a writer for Mason Williams in 1967. He then appeared in several stand-up comedy performances in the mid-1970s and then went to star in films such as Dead Men Don’t Wear Plaid, Little Shop of Horrors,
The Prince of Egypt and Cheaper by the Dozen. On April 22, 1996, he submitted his first work for the New Yorker magazine entitled “Yes, In My Own Back Yard” and since then had been a contributing writer for the magazine. Here are a few more articles he submitted for The New Yorker Magazine: Writing is Easy, Times Roman Font Announces Shortage of Periods, How I Joined Mensa and The Master from Flint Hill: Earl Scruggs.