Claire Chazal

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Claire Chazal
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Born (1956-12-01) 1 December 1956 (age 57)
Thiers, France
Education HEC Paris
Occupation Television journalist
Employer TF1
Claire Chazal in 2006

Claire Chazal (pronounced: [klɛːʁ ʃazal]) (born 1 December 1956 at Thiers in the Puy-de-Dôme, Auvergne) is a French journalist, romance writer, and director of news at a national television station, TF1.

She presents the news at 8pm in alternation with Gilles Bouleau; Julien Arnaud substitutes for her when she is absent.

She also presents Je/nous de Claire a talk-show on the gay television channel Pink TV that she helped start in 2004. (The title of this show puns on Le Genou de Claire, a French film known in English as Claire's Knee.) Chazal obtained an HEC School of Management diploma.


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Preceded by
Ladislas de Hoyos
Hosts 20 heures and 13 heures during the weekend on TF1
Succeeded by