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Glen Le Lievre was born in Melbourne, Australia. A creative force behind the radio show Dog’s Breakfast, he also contributed sketches to The Comedy Company; While You’re Down There; and Tonight Live. His star turn on The Bin as a man who owns a talking shed ended his TV career. After winning the Stanley Award for best Australian single-gag cartoonist, he moved to New York. His work is included in Matt Diffee’s Rejection Collections 1 and 2; Mort Gerberg’s Last Laughs; and Sid Harris’s 101 Funny Things about Global Warming. Le Lievre lives in Sydney, Australia.
Glen Le Lievre’s drawings have appeared in the Melbourne Age, The Sydney Morning Herald, MAD, Private Eye, Reader’s Digest, The New Yorker, Time and the Wall Street Journal.