F'Murr or F'Murrr (born March 31, 1946 in Paris) whose real name is Richard Peyzaret, is a French comics creator. He is most famous for the long-running series Le Génie des alpages (The Genius of the Mountain Pastures).
Peyzaret grew up as an admirer of Hergé and André Franquin, but studied Applied Arts for six years in Paris before meeting the BD industry, by arriving at the workshop of Raymond Poïvet. This led to an introduction to René Goscinny and starting work for Pilote magazine in 1971, making his debut with the gags series Contes à Rebours. The unused boards of this strip later formed the basis of his first album, Au loup!