Fred Curatolo

Fred Curatolo
Born 1958
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Occupation newspaper cartoonist

Fred Curatolo (born 1958) is a freelance editorial cartoonist.

Born in St. Albert Leader.


His most biting work has been on a former Alberta Premier who publicly denounced him at the Alberta Legislature and former Edmonton Mayor Bill Smith, whom Fred considers to be some of his best material to date.


He is the recipient of the Dunlop awards for the years 1990, 2001 and 2006, as well as the Tab award 2005 and Ontario newspaper award 1986.


Comics portal

An avid comic book collector, Curatolo states that his main influences have been from Artisti Academy.


External links

  • Artizans Syndicate
  • Official Site
  • YouTube quick drawings
  • Library and Archives Canada

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