|Born||17 June 1956|
|Died||18 August 2002
Lionel Cassan (17 June 1956 - 18 August 2002) was a French television presenter, perhaps known for hosting Antenne 2 Matin Bonheur.
In 1975 Cassan joint private radio station Radio Andorra, before joining Sud Radio in 1978 and remained on the station for ten years, hosting shows such as Le Jardin des Souvenirs, Les Gens à Histoire and Les Matins du Sud. Cassan joint Antenne 2 in 1987 and took over from Olivier Minne as presenter of Matin Bonheur. He also commentated on the Eurovision Song Contest for France in 1988 and 1989.
Cassan left Antenne 2 in 1994 and moved to Radio Monte Carlo and in 1998 he moved to RTL2, however Cassan left after one year on the radio and found himself working for Club Téléachat. Three years later on August 18, 2002 Cassan hanged himself at his parents house in Castres.
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