Tonton Bicha, whose real name is Daniel Fils-Aimé, saw the light of day on July 7, 1973 in Cap-Haitien. As a youngster, the theatre possessed his soul. The "Troupe Jeunes Patriotes Catholiques “(JPC) [Young Catholic Patriots Company] helped has a lot to do with Bicha’s Career as a comedian, it help nourished his talent.
Singer, comedian, publicist and actor, Bicha is definitely making his mark in Haitian show business. For the friends of, this star actor (old man) of the latest Haitian cinema hit, represented Haiti 14 th annual festivalMondial in ‘97 de 21st Salon du Livre in Paris in March, 2001, “best artist of 2002 Caribbean,” “best Haitian comedian 2003” by Haitian entertainment awards “best Haitian actor in2003” by ticket magazine for the hit Haitian movie, “I Love You Anne"
HO: Why did you choose to represent the character of a 71-year-old man?
Bicha: It has to be said that Tonton Bicha exhibits himself in a grand manner and brings joy to everyone, both in Haiti and overseas, the feedback is very positive.
For Ton Ton Bicha there are no similarities to talk about when it comes to being a comedian. Comedians do what they do best. He is the best of the 21 st century. He is a young man who is 32 years old, simple, and well mannered, Not to mention mad cool.
Tonton Bicha, the old man, is Anne's father, besides his first joke on stage at Tom Male’s birthday celebration was on Anne and his Friend Don Cato brother’s posse and every one knows that
This is one of the most appreciated comedians in Haiti. Keep on representing Haiti wherever you go as you’ve been doing and Kudos for Haiti Twoubadou’s hit song, “Quatre Kampe.”