Jean-Pierre Dionnet (born November 25, 1947) is a French cartoonist and TV presenter. He has also worked as an author (in Les Humanoïdes Associés), journalist, editor, producer/distributor of films and blogger.
Jean-Pierre Dionnet was born November 25, 1947 in Paris, and at that time there was still ration, so he spent the first five years in the Creuse. Until the year of 1968, he had continued without ever being able to catch up on his high school education, and he had only one goal at that time. His goal in life was to enter the world of comics. In the meantime of becoming a comic artist, he was a broker on the weekend, and he was also a bookstore clerk in the first rendition of Futuropolis. In the year of 1968, Jean-Pierre Dionnet was between the newspaper "Driver," where he wrote scripts for Solé, Got, Druillet, Moebius, Goetzinger, and Bilal.
- "Biography". Humano. Retrieved January 19, 2013.
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