- About Cyril Hanouna
Full name: Cyril Hanouna
Also known as: Cyril Hanouna, Hanouna, Cyril
Professions: Radio and TV personality
Occupation: Radio, Television host, writer, actor, comedian, singer
- Cyril Hanouna Biography
Cyril Valéry Hanouna (born 23 September 1974 in Paris) is a French Radio and television presenter, writer, author, columnist, producer and occasional actor and comedian of Tunisian origins.The son of a general practitioner and a saleswoman, Cyril Hanouna started his life as an oddjob man taking on jobs such as monitor camps, bank employee, vendor fabrics and door to door. Hanouna made his debut on television in 1999 on the television channel Comédie+ where he wrote the lyrics for the trailers. Hanouna became a television presenter in 2002 when he co-hosted the third series of La Grosse Émission alongside comedian duo Kad et Olivier. In February 2002 he was approached by RTL Radio and is the writer of Who's Who in France. In 2002 he hosted a radio show called Planet Arthur alongside Emmanuel Levy & Valérie Bénaïm. In 2003 he hosted the morning show on Morning Live on M6.Since 2008 he has been associtated with the Eurovision Song Contest. At the 2008 Contest he presented the French tele-votes and then provided the French commentary for the 2009 & 2010 Contest alongside Julien Courbet & Stéphane Bern.Currently he is a host on Europe 1 and on television with Touche pas à mon poste (Don't touch my TV set) up to 2012 on France 4, before moving with the whole TV show team to D8 since the new channel has been launched on 7 October. The channel also bought the rights for Nouvelle Star, the French version of the Pop Idol Series, and Hanouna became the host of the show.In 2011, he acted in the third installment of La Vérité si je mens !.
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