This article is about the creator of Miraculous. You may be looking for the character.
My dear Miraculers... why are you so awesome?

—Thomas Astruc, Comic to fans

Thomas Astruc is the creator, a co-director, a producer, and a writer for Miraculous: Tales of Ladybug & Cat Noir.[1][2][3]


Thomas worked on Code Lyoko, W.I.T.C.H., and Season 2 of "The Daltons" as a storyboard artist, and on "Totally Spies!" as the storyboard supervisor. He is also known for his work as a storyboard artist on "Wasabi" (2001) and "Asterix" and "Obelix Meet Cleopatra" (2002). At some point while Miraculous was being made, he was a guest artist for LoliRock on the episode "Batty", storyboarding the second half of the episode and revising the episode's script.[4]

Currently, aside from working on Miraculous, Thomas is working as a script doctor and co-author on Mélody Cisinski's upcoming animated movie, Revolution.[5]


You really, really should avoid the recent spoilers leak.
Spoilers set your mind on certain expectations. Then you will analyze the episodes through this mindset instead of enjoying it without preconceived ideas. Spoilers build hype, but damage the experience.

—Thomas on Twitter about recent TF1 press conference

Dear Miraculers, if your question can be answered by "no spoiler", then it's certainly the answer ^^

—Thomas on Twitter

Miraculous is one of the cutest, purest and most positive shows ever made. And you are the nicest and most creative fan community ever!

—Thomas in a letter to fans

In MLB, villains have defined powers. So when heroes understand the rule, a weak point appears. Heroes always should outsmart the villains. If villain can be beaten by strength, it means hero is stronger. If hero is the strongest, it means villain wasn't a real threat.

—Thomas on Twitter about villains


  • Thomas was named after the character Major Tom from the David Bowie song "Space Oddity."[6]
  • Thomas is known to be very jokey and tongue-in-cheek with fans on Twitter, something he attributes to "French sarcasm".
  • He likes croissants.[7]
  • He has a yellow, fluffy, long-haired cat named "Chachat" (pronounced "Sha-sha").[8][9]
  • Fans call him variations of Hawk Moth's name, such as, "Papapillon," "Hawkfather," and "Hawkdaddy."[10]
    • In response, he named the fans of the television show "The Miraculers."
    • He has a huge collection of fanart.
  • His Twitter name is NoSpoiler-Man. This was made in response to people constantly asking him about Season 2 and his penchant to answer questions with "No spoiler" or a picture saying the same thing.
  • He makes a cameo in the French version of "Gamer" as the voice of the start menu of Ultimate Mecha Strike III. This is his only cameo in season 1.[11]
  • Thomas has stated that he loves all of the characters equally but has a preference for Jagged Stone and a dislike for Chloé Bourgeois.
  • His favorite episodes to direct as of season 1 are the episodes Ladybug & Cat Noir (Origins - Part 1) and Stoneheart (Origins - Part 2).
  • His favorite Studio Ghibli film is Omoide Poroporo.
  • His favorite DreamWorks film is How to Train Your Dragon.
  • His favorite Disney film is Tangled.
  • During the final game of the UEFA Euro 2016, Thomas promised to reveal a spoiler about the upcoming season should France beat Portugal.[12]
    • The #ColorsForSpoilers hashtag was used to promote the event, where fans would place fanart of the characters supporting the French soccer team. Some also changed their Twitter pictures as well.[13][14][15]
    • During the game, he tweeted that he would reveal one spoiler for each goal scored by France.[16]
    • Though France lost the game without scoring points, Thomas did choose to release a teaser for Season 2 as a thank you for all the support given to the French Football team.[17]
  • Just before San Diego Comic-Con International 2016, Jeremy Zag posted a video to Instagram of Thomas dressed as Marinette.
  • One of Thomas' dreams came true: at San Diego Comic-Con International 2016, Thomas met Marvel comic creator and legend Stan Lee.[18]
  • As a reference for a ballroom scene in "Despair Bear", Thomas has slow danced with Wilfried Pain.[19]
  • As of January, Thomas is expecting a baby.[20]
    • Her birth and gender was announced on August 12, 2018.[21]
  • Thomas will cameo as a character who gets akumatized in future season.[22]


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  25. On March 30th, an Instagram account was made, claiming to be Thomas Astruc. It was a fake and has since been deleted.

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Thomas Astruc

Series directors

Christelle AbgrallNathanaël BronnBenoît BoucherWilfried PainJun Violet

Other crew members

Mélody CisinskiMatthieu ChoquetJérôme CointreMélanie DuvalAlain GarciaMatthew GéczyFeri GonzálezTiffany HofstetterNoam KanielFred LenoirAndré Lake MayerCindy MorrowAngie NascaAton SoumacheSébastien ThibaudeauJacqueline TordjmanEzra WeiszJared WolfsonJeremy Zag

English voice actors

Brian BeacockKira BucklandReba BuhrAllegra ClarkBen DiskinDorothy FahnErin FitzgeraldJoe FriaJessica GeeGrant GeorgeAndré GordonTodd HaberkornErika HarlacherMarieve HeringtonJC HykeLisa Kay JenningsCarrie KeranenLex LangMela LeeCherami LeighFaye MataKyle McCarleyMatt MercerVic MignognaMax MittelmanCasey MongilloCassandra Lee MorrisJoe OchmanBryce PapenbrookAlejandro SaabPaul St. PeterAndrew RussellPhilece SamplerKeith SilversteinMichael SinterniklaasStephanie ShehChristopher SmithHaviland StillwellCristina VeeSelah VictorEzra WeiszSabrina Weisz

French voice actors

Josiane BalaskoDany BoonPhilippe CandeloroMatthew Géczy

Scratch voice actors

Matthew GéczyTiffany Hofstetter


Brittnee BeltCash CallawayKalina & Kiana CampionWendy ChildLaura Marano

Comic book crew members

Tony FleecsBrian Hess