Nicolas Bonaventure Ciattoni, popularly known as Cartman, is a French radio comedian who was born on September 7, 1978. In “Muppets TV,” the French adaptation of “The Muppet Show,” he plays Scooter. His supervisor Cauet gave him the moniker “Cartman” because of his voice, which is similar to Eric Cartman’s from the cartoon “South Park,” and his fans know him by that name now. We’re super excited about his big day!
Nicolas Bonaventure Ciattoni was born in Corsica, France, on September 7, 1978. He spent part of his childhood in the Paris suburb of Sevran 1. He joined Europe 2 in 2002 as a director of the morning show with host Cauet after making his debut on local radio. After that, he worked at Fun Radio until June 2008, when he returned to Europe 2, which had been renamed Virgin Radio. He made a brief appearance in the 46th episode of “The Life Before Us,” titled ‘A Man of Heart.’
Ciattoni starred in the 2003 show “La Méthode Cauet,” portraying a variety of comedic characters. In “Muppets TV,” he played Scooter, and in “Arthur and the Invisibles,” he played Betameche. He played Mr. Schmidt, a dodgy insurer, in Stéphane Lionardo’s short film “Adam + Eve” in 2008. He has been the director of Smoker Productions since October 2008. Since March 13, 2009, he has been unattended on the Virgin 17 show “Miko and Cartman.” In 2012, he joined Virgin Radio’s morning show, “Hanouna in the Morning,” as a co-host. Aside from acting, he is noted for his work with satirical music, frequently parodying more well-known artists.
He published “La Cartouche,” a spoof of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines,” under the pseudonym Sébastian Patoche. Under the same identity, he later recorded ‘Quand Il Pète Il Troue Son Slip,’ which has over 25,000,000 views on YouTube. In 2013 and 2014, Ciattoni released two albums, “J’emmerde Les Bobos!” and “Look d’Enfer.” Later that year, he released ‘Beau Black,’ which featured a character dubbed Jimmy Foxtrot. Ciattoni most recently competed in the French edition of Fort Boyard in 2015, 2017, and 2018. In 2018, he appeared on the TF1 network’s game program “Le Grand Concours.” He lent his voice to the 2020 film “Comment je suis devenu super-héros” (How I Became a SuperHero), in which he played Lorenzi. He has been married to Aurelia Crebessegues since 2015.
He joins Europe 2 as a director of the morning show after making his debut on local radio.
Ciattoni stars in the show "La Méthode Cauet," portraying a variety of comedic characters.
He shoots to fame for voicing Prince Betameche in the film “Arthur e il Popolo dei Minimei.”
He portrays the character of Scooter in “Muppets TV.”
He releases ‘La Cartouche,’ a spoof of Robin Thicke's ‘Blurred Lines,’ under the pseudonym Sébastian Patoche.
Why We Love Cartman
He is charitable
He is a strong advocate for AIDS-related charities. He is particularly involved with Sidaction, an annual fundraiser.
He’s open about his sexuality
Ciattoni is openly gay and isn't shy about it. He is said to kiss male guests on his show "Cauet Method.”
He is multi-talented
Known best as a comedian and actor, he has dabbled in singing as well. He has also done voice-acting.
5 Surprising Facts
He has another nickname
The French comedian is otherwise known as Sébastien Patoche.
He has a production company
In 2008, he started a production company, Smocker Productions.
He is gay
He is openly gay and is known to kiss male visitors on the show "Cauet Method," where he portrays Miss Herpès and Frederic French.
He has a feud with Nicolas Canteloup
Apparently, the French impressionist commented on Ciattoni’s program on TF1, and he's not a fan of the imitator.
He and Cyril Hanouna go way back
Ciattoni and the French presenter Hanouna knew each other way before they started working together.
Is Nicolas Ciattoni married?
Yes, he is married.
Does Nicolas Ciattoni play football?
No, he does not.
How many Instagram followers does Nicolas Ciattoni have?
He currently has over 74,000.
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