Cédric Charron was born in Bretagne, France. He first completed his MA economics and politics sciences in Rennes, and decided in 1997 to study performance and dance at P.A.R.T.S in Brussels.
He started to work with Jan Fabre in 1999, with the production As Long As The World Needs a Warrior’s Soul. Later he also performed other of Fabre’s works such as Je suis sang, Tannhäuser , The Crying Body, History of Tears, Orgy of Tolerance and Prometheus landscape II. He also collaborated on Preparatio Mortis, a solo for Annabelle Chambon and dances in Pierre Coulibeuf’s film Les Guerriers de la beauté. Cédric Charron is part of Jan Fabre’s 24-hour project Mount Olympus.
Besides his work with Fabre he founded the Label Cedana, together with Annabelle Chambon and collaborated with artists such as Boris Charmatz, William Forsythe, Thierry de Mey, Michèle Anne de Mey, Fatou Traoré, Filip Sangdor….