8 July 1947 |
Philippe Liégeois (born 8 July 1947) is a Belgian comic book artist. He is best known by his pen name Turk. He is the co-author of numerous comic books, including Colonel Clifton, Léonard and Robin Dubois. His usual writer for all three series is Bob de Groot, and the duo "Turk & De Groot" has been very successful.
Liégeois was born in the city of Durbuy, Belgium. The house is now converted to a hotel-restaurant, with a small plaquette at the door denoting the birthplace. Philippe is a French-speaking Belgian, living in the Ardennes near Namur, Belgium.
Comics work includes:
- Media related to Philippe Liégeois at Wikimedia Commons
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