Fabrice Caro, who signs with Fabcaro or Fab, was born in Montpellier. Despite of his scientific studies, he chose a career in drawing and writing in 1996. His comics are generally full with humour and self-irony, and sometimes with autobiographical elements. He published his first work in Coca'zine in 1998. Starting in 2002, he has been drawing for the press and comic magazines like Tchô!, L'Écho des Savanes, Psikopat, Fluide Glacial, Zoo, Lylo and Jade.
He has published several autobiographical books with the small publishing house La Cafetière, such as 'Talijanska' (2006), 'Droit dans le Mûr' (2007), 'Like a Steak Machine' (2009) and 'On n'est pas là pour réussir' (2012), but also 'ParapléJack' (2014). Through 6 Pieds Sous Terre, he has published 'La Bredoute' (2007), 'La Clôture' (2009), the more graphically experimental '-20% sur l'esprit de la forêt' (2011) and the social satire 'Zaï zaï zaï zaï' (2015). His comic about teacher Jean-Louis was was published by Drugstore/Glénat in 2009.