Glen Le Lievre

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.

Cartoons that have appeared in Narrative: