Élise Lucet

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Élise Lucet
Born (1963-05-30) 30 May 1963 (age 51)
Rouen, France
Occupation Journalist, Television host,
Pièces à Conviction, France 3
Website
bio at toutelatele.com

Élise Lucet (born 30 May 1963 in Rouen (Seine-Maritime), France), is a French investigative journalist and television host. She has worked on France 3 on the prime time investigative journalism program Pieces a Conviction, and began working for France 2 on 6 September 2005, to host the program 13 heures le journal.

Career[edit]

Lucet began her career on France 3 in 1983 under the direction of Henri Sannier. Lucet gained prominence at the national level in 1987, while working on the broadcast of la Marche du siècle. In 1990, she became the host of 19/20, France 3's evening news program. In 1997 she became the editor of the program. As a writer and television producer, Lucet has hosted Pièces à Conviction since 2000. On 25 August 2005 Lucet left 19/20 to host 13 heures le journal on France 2. Lucet continues to host Pièces à Conviction on France 3 for the evening news segment. On 25 September 2006, Le Parisien announced that Lucet would temporarily leave 13 heures le journal during Christmas due to pregnancy. She was replaced during this period by Françoise Laborde, and returned the day after the presidential election on 7 May 2007.

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Preceded by
Paul Amar
Hosts 19/20 on France 3
1990-2005
Succeeded by
Audrey Pulvar
Preceded by
Benoit Duquesne
Hosts of 13 heures le journal on France 2
2005–present
Incumbent