Caryl Strzelecki was born in Koersel in 1960. He studied at the Graphic School in Eindhoven and made his debut as an illustrator. In 1982, he created the weekly comic 'Oebel en Isabel' for Top-Magazine. He cooperated with Raoul Cauvin on the series 'De Lolympische Spelen' in Robbedoes, the Dutch equivalent of Spirou. His first comic album, 'Duistere Tijden', was published in 1985. After this, Caryl Strzelecki mainly worked in advertising, until the comic 'De Koffer' was published in 2000, based on a story by writer Herman Brusselmans.
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