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|Born||June 2, 1982|
Guillory began his comic art career during a four-year stint as cartoonist at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. From there, Guillory went on to work on several indie comic anthology projects, such as Teddy Scares from Ape Entertainment and Image Comics' Popgun Anthology.
In 2008, Guillory began working on his first major comics project, the New York Times Best-selling Chew, written by John Layman and published by Image Comics. The book went on to achieve much success, being nominated for two Harvey Awards (including Best New Talent for Guillory), two Eagle Awards and winning an Eisner Award for Best New Series in 2010.
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