Marlène Mourreau’s career began in 1985 after being elected Miss Franche-Comté then first runner-up of Miss France 1986. After that, she began a career in modeling for three years with the V.I.P and Metropolitan agencies.
Five years after obtaining the title of Miss Franche-Comté, Marlène Mourreau took her first steps on television as the host of the first erotic show on M6 called Sexy zap until 1993. That same year, she took part in the shows by Patrick Sébastien then on the show Les Grosses Têtes on TF1. Unfortunately, the latter would have been excluded from the program by Philippe Bouvard following an interview with the magazine Entrevue in which she speaks openly about her sexuality.
From 1994, the star became the host of several Spanish and Portuguese programs such as El Semaforo and Minas e Armadilhas. It was not until 2005 that Marlène Mourreau returned to the French media landscape. We find her in the reality TV show Première Compagnie on TF1 then in the Celebrity Dancing competition in 2006. Four years later, she moved to Paris where she created her show at the cabaret La Nouvelle Eve. Having several strings to her bow, the host decides to stop her career as a magazine leader to become an actress. In 2011, she released her single Paris Latino and the following year, she played in an episode of the series Le Jour where everything rocked.
On the private side, she became the mother of a boy named Gabriel in 2001 after having married the dancer Michael Guevara a year earlier. Since then, the 52-year-old star regularly shares ole-ole photos on her Instagram account. Planet invites you to discover some of them in our slideshow above.
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Marlène Mourreau strips off on the web: discover the sexy photos of the 52-year-old host