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André Leveugle was born in Brussels on October 31, 1962. During his childhood, he dreamed of becoming a director and made amateur films with a Super 8 camera. He grew up in the municipality of Schaerbeek and attended the Fernand Blum municipal athletic school. The vocation comes to him when he discovers Raymond Devos, of which he takes again the sketches to make laugh his comrades. In 1981 he took part in the final of the Laughter festival in Rochefort.
The comedian began his career at the café-theater in Belgium. He performs in a Brussels cabaret, the Black Bottom, and co-hosts a program called La Folie des glandeurs, broadcast by the radio station SIS.
Photos © Tony Frank
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