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René Goscinny

French comic book artist and author

1926   -   1977

country of citizenship: France
languages spoken, written or signed: French
occupation: editor, film director, cartoonist, film producer, writer, screenwriter, children's writer, humorist, editor-in-chief
award received: Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres, Will Eisner Hall of Fame, Alphonse Allais Award, Knight of the National Order of Merit, Adamson Awards
position held: editor-in-chief

René Goscinny (French: [ʁəne ɡɔsini], Polish: [ɡɔɕˈt͡ɕinnɨ] (listen); 14 August 1926 – 5 November 1977) was a French comic editor and writer, who created the Astérix comic book series with illustrator Albert Uderzo. Raised largely in Buenos Aires, Argentina, where he attended French schools, he lived for a time in the United States. There he met Belgian cartoonist Morris. After his return to France, they collaborated for more than 20 years on the comic series Lucky Luke (in what was considered the series' golden age).He wrote Iznogoud with Jean Tabary. Goscinny also wrote a series of children's books known as Le Petit Nicolas (Little Nicolas).
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