Didier Super, also known as Olivier Haudegond, is a comedian, humorist, singer/songwriter and French musician. In 2002, he became known for his politically incorrect, provocative lyrrics. With a sharp, ironic tongue, he criticizes the practices of society and people, particularly Catholics and politicians. He doesn't take himself seriously and gladly defines his songs as "crap." He released his first album, Vaut mieux en rire que s'en foutre, in 2004. A French magazine describes the record as "the worst of the world and of all time," so in 2007, he released a second album, titled Vaut mieux en rire que s'en foutre 2 -- a version for old people. On the record, he covers the same songs of his first album but with a symphony orchestra. Didier Super released his third album in 2008, with the title Ben quoi?, followed by La merde des autres, in 2009. Since 2010, he's focused on theater, creating parody plays about Jesus or shows criticizing reality TV.