Like the other East Hook Originals Tadors was born and raised on the streets of Leuven. He started his criminal career very early on as a teenage thug. The daily life of Tadors consisted of stealing, vandalizing and getting into streetfights. By his 16th year he was the undefeated champion of the Leuven underground streetfights, both organized and unorganized. That was until he met Spelev, same age, same weightclass. Until this day both of these men would still admit that this was the hardest bare-knuckle fight they ever had. For 11 minutes straight they fought, shocking the people around them with their stubborn endurance and pride. Eventually, with a hard blow straight to his plexus, breaking two ribs, Spelev managed to make Tadors unable to continue despite himself.
The fight created a deep feeling of respect between Tadors and Spelev, friends quickly became brothers. Tadors was introduced to the criminal life beyond bare-knuckle fights by Spelev and watched his back ever since. This didn't change when the Belgian Civil War broke out, both enlisting in the Anti-Fascist Militia and keeping each other alive. Even before the war, but especially during and after Tadors also formed a tight bond with others who would later become the East Hook Originals.
Tadors arrived in Liberty City along with many other Belgian refugees. Alongside Pierre, Spelev, Sep and Bash he started working at the docks and was eventually enlisted in the Lost MC Liberty Chapter. Always having Spelev's back, Tadors joined the other Originals in their war for independence. The Sons of Leuven were born and Tadors played a major role in establishing the Zancudo River motherchapter. He is currently a leading officer of the Nomad chapter and is responsible for the supply lines between Blaine County and Liberty City.