Cyril Féraud

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Cyril Féraud
Born (1985-03-15) 15 March 1985 (age 30)
Digne-les-Bains, France
Nationality French
Occupation Television presenter
Years active 2004–present
Employer France 2
France 3

Cyril Féraud (born 15 March 1985 in Digne-les-Bains) is a French television presenter.

Career[edit]

Féraud's television career started back in 2004, when he hosted the programmes Zapping Zone and Art Attack for the French section of the Disney Channel, he then moved to France 3 and hosted the show Milles Familles. He also hosted the Kids' Choice Awards for the French section of Nickelodeon.

In 2006 he joined Europe 1 as a radio DJ along with Jean-Marc Morandini, he hosts the French Nation Lottery Loto (similar to EuroMillions) for France 2 since October 2008.

Since October 2009, he hosts the French game show Slam on France 3, taking over from Thierry Beccaro who was the previous host. He co-hosted the 2010 Sidaction, along with Patrick Sabatier.

He is the host of the French version of Pointless, under the name Personne n'y avait pensé ! (Nobody had thought of that!) between 16 July 2011 to 31 December 2011. On 23 July 2011, Féraud took part in the French series of Fort Boyard, as a contestant for the first time.[1] On 19 December 2011, he presented for the second year The Great Bloopers for France 3, from the island of Réunion.

Eurovision[edit]

Having awarded the French results at the 2011 Contest, Féraud provided the France 3 commentary for the Eurovision Song Contest final from Baku on 26 May 2012 and was accompanied by Mireille Dumas.[2] Féraud and Dumas returned to commentate for France at the 2013 Contest, and again for the 2014 Contest final on 10 May 2014, this time with Natasha St-Pier.

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