Jean Chalopin

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Jean Chalopin
Born (1950-05-31) 31 May 1950 (age 64)
Tours, France
Occupation Film director
Film producer
Years active 1971–present

Jean Chalopin (born 31 May 1950) is a French producer and writer.[1] In 1971, Chalopin created the company DIC Audiovisuel, which later evolved into DIC Entertainment, and wrote and produced programs animated by Japanese studios. Jean Chalopin is married to Chinese/Singaporean ex-Model, Ethel Chalopin. They have two children, Janvier and Tanis.

A list of cartoons where the original concept and/or story was created by Chalopin, and mostly made in South-East Asia, Japan and South Korea, with some exceptions. As well as working with his own animation studio KK DIC / KK C&D Asia, Jean and DiC had worked with various other studios that were uncredited by DiC.


  1. ^ Adelson, Andrea (30 December 1987). "BUSINESS PEOPLE; For Maker of Cartoons, A Chance to Go Public". The New York Times. Retrieved 14 August 2010. 

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