Gommaar Timmermans, better known as Got, is the son of the famous Belgian writer Felix Timmermans. He studied advertisement and ceramics at the Academy of Antwerp. He followed in the footsteps of his father and started out writing stories for Kuifje and Ons Volkske from 1950, often illustrated by Bob De Moor. In addition, he did an occasional cartoon in the German magazines Quick and Neue Illustrierte.
He was present in the children's magazine Pats from the first issue in September 1962. There, he drew 'Fideel, de Fluwelen Ridder', 'De Nonsensikale Tweehoofdige Gevlekte Filodendron', 'Arabella, de Geleerde Slak', 'Pepijn' and 'De Wonderwinkel', as well as several illustrations. He was also present in Zondagmorgen with the stop-comic 'Sylvester Beukenoot' in 1963 and the 'Batman' parody 'Gabriël Gagman' in 1966. In 1972, he joined De Nieuwe, for which he drew 'De Nieuwe Ark'. In addition, he did 'De Palavers van Savarin' in Belgische Avenue and 'Iamboree' and 'Weber' in Knack. He drew three fairytale children's comics in Rosita ('Het Zondagskasteel', 'De Kip, De Keizer en De Tsaar' and 'De Grote Ballonrace'). His sister Tonet is also a painter and illustrator.