Dani Dacquin was a teacher at a technical school, and a journalist with Brugsch Handelsblad. Since 1952, he has made cartoons in student's magazines, most Flemish newspaper and magazines, as well as publications in Holland, Germany and France. He made his comics debut with the stop-comic 'De Avonturen van Peerke Paraplu' in 't Pallieterke in 1958. He gave a satirical view on televion in his section 'Tele-Dani-Visie' in Het Gazet van Antwerpen from 1969.
From 1974, he continued working with television parodies in Knack-Magazine ('Televiviesektie'). He drew 'Adam en Eva' for De Bond from 1973. These strips were collected in books by Lannoo in 1975. In 1974, he joined Pats, where he began the 'Sprookjesavonturen van Lotje'. In the late 1990s, he was present in Suske en Wiske Weekblad, where he illustrated the series 'Yoeko'.