Corrado Roi was born in Varese and began working at the Origa studios in Milan at a young age. There, he published 'Il Monello' for If until 1986, when he became a staff artist at Bonelli. He is best known for his work on 'Dylan Dog'. 'Dylan Dog' is a about a paranormal investigator, and his assistant (who looks like Groucho Marx), who find themselves fighting demons, masters of the occult, and a real need for sleep. He has also worked on 'Martin Mystère', 'Nick Raider', 'Zona X', 'Mister No', 'Magico Vento', and 'Julia'.