With a remarkable career on television and his capital sympathy, Laurent Delahousse, who turns 52 this August 30, continues to seduce the crowds. Back on his dreams, his successes, his loves …

Journalist, newscast and magazine presenter, documentary filmmaker and even producer: the man in the thick of the PAF puts on many hats and does not intend to stop there. From his dream of becoming a footballer to his love at first sight with Alice Taglioni through his rise in the world of television, discover the impressive career of Laurent Delahousse, who celebrates his 52 years on August 30, 2021. Laurent Delahousse was born in Croix, in the North in 1969. He was raised by a father who was an administrator of property and a mother who was a museum lecturer. He spent his adolescence in Amiens and studied in the Lycée de la Providence, where a few years later… Emmanuel Macron would make his entry. Against all expectations, the future journalist dreams of himself as a professional footballer and trains regularly with his friends. Driven by his family, he began studying law at the Panthéon-Assas University in Paris and aspired to become a criminal lawyer.

Alice Taglioni turns 45 on July 26. Her first role in a famous sitcom, the election of Miss Corsica, the death of Jocelyn Quivrin, father of her son Charlie, her love at first sight with Laurent Delahousse … Secrets (and complexes) of a multifaceted actress.

It was in 1994 that Laurent Delahousse turned to journalism, during an internship in the political service at a prestigious radio station. “RTL accepted me for 3 days and I stayed there for 2 years. I learned my skills there as a reporter,” he told Télé Star.
Two years later, he joined the editorial team of the LCI channel and became a journalist in the political and international service. Viewers discovered this when he began to present newspapers and a weekly program, Photo Hebdo. Little journalist will grow up …
In 1999, he landed on M6 and rose to the post of editor-in-chief and presenter of the magazines De Quel Droit? and D-Day.

Amazement in front of a card of the News of 8 pm on France 2, November 8 … An error quickly rectified by Laurent Delahousse … but which caused an uproar on the Web!

In 2006, while he had already started to make a name for himself in the PAF, he became David Pujadas’ replacement at the TF1 newscast, before moving to the head of the weekend newspapers. At the same time, he presents several magazines, including the legendary Un Jour, Un Destin, which traces the lives of famous French people. In 2012, he even hosted the presidential election debate, which pitted François Hollande against Nicolas Sarkozy, with Claire Chazal. Nothing stops Laurent Delahousse!
Side heart, the journalist is also filled, since he is in a relationship with the sister of Tina Kieffer, Florence Kieffer, with whom he has two daughters, Liv-Helen and Sacha, who were born in 2005 and 2008.

Alice Taglioni and Laurent Delahousse take advantage of their free time to take a romantic vacation. On the program: breakfasts in bed, afternoons in nature and “homemade jams” …

Little by little, Laurent Delahousse becomes an essential personality of the PAF, with his seductive wick, his charming smile and his capital sympathy … So much so that in 2014, he was elected favorite personality of the French women according to the Paris Match ranking, ahead of Bixente Lizarazu and Antoine de Caunes.
His impeccable brushing fascinates viewers and even Jamel Debbouze gets down to it! Invited on the set of the JT, facing Laurent Delahousse, the comedian does not hesitate to tease the presenter, with the banter that we know him: “Can I ask you a question Mr. Delahousse? I have been watching you since all over there. ‘time: is it real hair? When you are a television viewer, you say to yourself’ How can he have such silky hair? ‘ Faced with an amused Laurent Delahousse, Jamel Debbouze continues: “That’s why your JT works with chicks”.

On the set of his JT, the journalist sees green and unripe ones! Above all, in 2012, he saw it as love at first sight. While Alice Taglioni is invited to the 20 Hours of France 2 to promote the film Paris-Manhattan, by Sophie Lellouche, Laurent Delahousse falls under the spell of the actress, in the middle of an interview. “In the spotlight, in a black suit and white shirt, the journalist asks the actress about her latest roles. The atmosphere is relaxed (…) The end credits come too early. Is the conversation continuing behind the scenes?” , we read in Paris Match.
Since then, the journalist and the actress have been swimming in happiness. Together, they become parents of a little Swann in 2016 and a little boy at the end of 2019.

Extreme sophistication, control of the image and formatted speech: all this does not exist with Alice Taglioni. This sublime blonde illuminates “I Would Like Someone Waiting For Me Somewhere”, the film adaptation of Anna Gavalda’s successful novel, available on VOD on May 27, and confides in us, with intelligence and sharing. Brilliant, sincere, fulfilled, this beauty amazes us and her spirit delights us.

The information collected is intended for CCM Benchmark Group to ensure the sending of your newsletter.

They will also be used subject to the options subscribed, for advertising targeting purposes.

You have the right to access and rectify your personal data, as well as the right to request its erasure within the limits provided by law.

You can also review your targeting options at any time. Learn more about our privacy policy.

At the same time, Laurent Delahousse continues to lead his career with a masterful hand and successfully hosts the programs at 8:30 p.m. on Sundays and 8:30 p.m. on Saturdays, since 2018.
His most striking memory as a journalist? “The first news after the attacks of November 13, 2015 in Paris. In this moment of stupor and national injury, I was intimately and deeply affected. I think this is the event that impacted me the most in the continuity of the exercise of my profession. I realized it a posteriori. The aftermath was hard to manage, much more than I imagined “, he confided to Puremédias. A blow which did not prevent Laurent Delahousse from continuing to shine in the exercise of journalism and to aim always higher …

Journalist, newscast and magazine presenter, documentary filmmaker and even producer: the man in the thick of the PAF puts on many hats and does not intend to stop there. From his dream of becoming a footballer to his …

I manage my push subscriptions

The information collected is intended for CCM Benchmark Group to ensure the sending of your newsletter.

They will also be used subject to the options subscribed, for advertising targeting purposes.

You have the right to access and rectify your personal data, as well as the right to request its erasure within the limits provided by law.

You can also review your targeting options at any time. Learn more about our privacy policy.

Ref: https://www.journaldesfemmes.fr