Cédric Ghorbani studied at the Institut Saint-Luc in Brussels, and subsequently attended the École des Gobelins in Paris. While still studying animation, he published his first comics pages in Spirou in 2000. In 2003, he drew the gag series 'Arthur Lenôtre, Citoyen Modèle', followed in 2004 by 'Jehan le Géant' scripted by Bouchard.
He then began an association with Vents d'Ouest, where he has worked on a variety of humor titles, regularly in cooperation with Laurent Panetier, including 'Les Cyclistes' (2005-2007) and 'Télé Réalité' (2007-2008). He also provided artwork to several installments in the series 'Les Guides en BD' (with Christian Godard), 'L'Encyclopédie des Prénoms' (with Gégé and Bélom) and 'Les Guides Junior'.
For Soleil, he furthermore made the series 'Les Cancres' with Gaby between 2006 and 2009 and he succeeded Régis Donsimoni as the artist of the children's series 'Le Collège Invisible' in 2010 (scripts by Ange). In 2012 he additionally created 'Trop bien, la Colo!' with Aré for Vents d'Ouest, and in 2014 he made'Les Degueux' with Jean-Luc Garréra for Jungle.