Claude Bordeleau was born in Quebec and studied at the Laval University. During his school days, he worked as an illustrator for student and alternative papers. He got his first job at the Sarbakan animation studios. After obtaining his degree in graphic communications, he began to expand his illustration and comics activities. He was approached by the Owl team to draw the 'Alex et Charlie' series. He left his first animation job, and joined the Frima Studio. Later on, he became a freelance artist, with a clientele in the animation, comics and caricature fields. He has worked for among others Warner Bros, Cartoon Networks, Le Journal de Montréal, Spirou, Owl, Le Soleil Journal, Safarir, Summum and Bamboo publishers. From 2004, he is the artist of the series 'Les Robinsons', that appears in the relaunched magazine Pif Gadget since 2004 (text by Olivier Fiquet).
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