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|Birth name||Jean-Pascal Lacoste|
|Born||21 June 1978|
|Occupations||Singer, actor, presenter|
|Associated acts||Star Academy 1|
Jean-Pascal Lacoste (also known as Jean-Pascal or Jipé; born 21 June 1978) is a French singer, actor and TV host.
In 2001, he participated in the first edition of French TV reality show Star Academy, but was eliminated on 5 January 2002. He was semi-finalist and participated in the Star Academy Tour. He remained famous for his quarrells with Jenifer Bartoli.
After his participation, he released his singles "L'Agitateur" (#2 in France, #1 in Belgium) and "Rue de la liberté" (#13 in France, #3 in Belgium) and his debut album Jean-Pascal, qui es-tu ? (#7 in France, #1 in Belgium).
In June 2002, he became a TV host in a sport program Tous ensemble, then in a Incroyable mais vrai !, along with Bruno Roblès, Roger Pierre et Sophie Favier, on TF1.
In 2006, he started a career as actor in the police series Section de recherches.
In January 2007, he won the "Grand Concours des Animateurs", hosted by Carole Rousseau.
Since September 2008, he has hosted various TV shows on NRJ 12.
He married his fiancée Jennifer in early 2007 and became Kylie's father on 29 March 2008.
- 2002 : Jean-Pascal, qui es-tu ? – #1 in Belgium, #7 in France, #61 in Switzerland
- 2003 : Plein sud – #12 in Belgium, #42 in France
- 2002 : "L'Agitateur" – #1 in Belgium, #2 in France
- 2002 : "Rue de la liberté" – #3 in Belgium, #13 in France
- 2002 : "La chanson con" – #22 in Belgium, #17 in France
|2003||Le Bleu de l'océan||José Ferrera||TV Mini-Series (2 Episodes)|
|2009||Père et maire||Nic||Pascal Heylbroeck||TV Series (1 Episode : "Père et maire")|
|2013||Camping paradis||Jean-Pat||Bruno Garcia||TV Series (1 Episode : "Indiana Camping")|
|2006-present||Section de recherches||Luc||Several directors||TV Series (76 Episodes)|