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Michel Choquette is a French Canadian from Montreal, a humorist who has written for print, for television and for film, and a comedian who has performed for television.
He was born March 14, 1938 in Montreal, Canada. In 1959 he produced a record called "Songs of Murray Bay," which teased that summer resort town on the St. Lawrence, which was widely popular locally and (at 22) caught the interest of Cambridge-based musical satirist Tom Lehrer.
During the 1970s, Choquette put together The Someday Funnies, a large collection of original comics about the 1960s created especially for the book by 169 writers and artists. The book was released by Abrams on November 1, 2011.