Tatiana Stefanidou

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Tatiana Stefanidou
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Tatiana Stefanidou in January 2007
Born (1970-04-18) April 18, 1970 (age 44)
Athens, Greece
Occupation Television host

Tatiana Stefanidou (Greek: Τατιάνα Στεφανίδου; born April 18, 1970 in Athens) is a Greek television host[1] and former journalist on Greek television.

Personal life[edit]

Tatiana Stefanidou is married to anchorman Nikos Evangelatos and they have two children: Nicolas (1999) and Lydia (2004). They met in the radio-marathon of UNICEF (1998) when she was in dissociation with her husband (Panagiotis Stavropoulos). Since then Tatiana and Nikos are together.

Career[edit]

Stefanidou began her career as a journalist, working for Hellenic Broadcasting Corporation. Later, she co-hosted ANT1's morning show Kalimera Ellada with Yorgos Papadakis and was a newscaster on the same TV station for a period. She has worked for Alpha TV, Tempo TV, Alter Channel and ANT1, presenting tabloid talk shows, like Alter's Yialinos Tihos (2001), Fyllo ke Ftero (2002) and Me to Ganti (2003), and ANT1's Apoklistika (2004) and Apokalypsi Tora (2005). All these shows, have had mediocre ratings due to their overly scandalous topics. Perhaps the most notorious topic was digging the garbage of celebrities and then commenting on the cost of the products which were found in it.

From September 2006 to June 2010, Stefanidou hosted the talk show Axizi Na to Dis, which aired on ANT1.

She has also hosted ANT1's Fame Story and Big Brother reality shows and has, twice, been the presenter of ANT1's Star Hellas beauty pageants in 2005 and 2006, something which provoked doubts as to whether she is a journalist or TV host.

In July 2010, it was announced that Stefanidou had signed with Star Channel to present a daily show.[2]

Trivia[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Και επισήμως στο Star η Τατιάνα Στεφανίδου". Nooz.gr (in Greek). 30 July 2007. Retrieved 25 January 2011. 
  2. ^ Staff (July 30, 2010). "Συμφώνησε η Τατιάνα με το STAR" (in Greek). Star Channel. Retrieved July 30, 2010. 

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