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Lohengrin Filipello (c. 1918-December 29, 1993) was a Swiss television presenter.
In 1956 Filipello had the honour of hosting the First Eurovision Song Contest staged in Lugano, Switzerland, as noted in The Eurovision Song Contest — The Official History by author and historian John Kennedy O'Connor, Filipello was the first male presenter to host the competition until Léon Zitrone was co-presenter in the 1978 Edition, Filipello is to this day[when?] the only man who has hosted the contest by himself. Filipello was also later involved with Eurovision, he hosted the Swiss National final in 1961 and 1967.