Alex Goude

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Alex Goude
Alex Goude Rentrée 2012.jpg
Alex Goude at M6 shooting
Born (1975-08-13) 13 August 1975 (age 42)
Neuilly-sur-Seine, France
Nationality French
Occupation TV presenter
Spouse(s) Romain Taillandier
Children 1

Alex Goude (born 13 August 1975 in Neuilly-sur-Seine) is a French television host, author and actor.

Career[edit]

He was a former footballer. He started as a journalist in video games including le Journal de Mickey, for which he is still working.

At 24, he took acting classes. He co-wrote and directed Théatrouille Comedia theater in Paris in 2005. He played Les homos préfèrent les blondes for a year at the Temple Theater in Paris.

He began a career as animator on Disney Channel, then worked on M6, Canal + and France 2.

In 2006, he presented the weather on Canal + and since 2008, he does it on M6 with Cali Morales and Laurence Roustandjee. He is known for his sense of humor during the weather and uses many puns.

On 3 December 2008, he made his first appearance at 8:45 pm on M6 during the match for the UEFA Cup Manchester City - Paris Saint-Germain that he presented alongside, among others, Thierry Roland.

He hosted Le Grand Bétisier de 2008 on 22 December 2008 in prime time alongside Sandrine Corman, former Miss Belgium of 1997.

During the summer 2009, hosted Total Wipeout alongside Stéphane Rotenberg and Sandrine Corman.

Since 7 September 2009 to winter 2012, he has hosted the weather at 7:45 pm on M6.

From 24 November 2009, he presented with Sandrine Corman La France a un incroyable talent on Tuesday at 8:40 on M6.[1]

Filmography 2009 : Cloudy With a chance of meatballs : the weather guy 2013 : Hôtel Transylvania : Jonathan 2013 : Lanfeust Quest, TV cartoon based on the comic Lanfeust Quest (26 épisodes of 26 mn on M6 and Gulli ) 2015 : Hôtel Transylvania 2 : Jonathan

TV shows host and writer of all his shows 2003-2004 : Zapping Zone (Disney Channel) TV show host 2004-2005 : Le Grand Journal (Canal+) : weather guy 2006 : Capman (M6) : a super hero 2006 : On n'a pas tout dit (France 2) : funny guy 2007 : Le People Show (JET TV) TV show host 2008-2012 : Météo (M6) : weather guy 2009-2011 : A vos casques (M6) TV show host 2009 : Total Wipeout (M6) TV show host 2009 : Le Grand Bêtisier des Stars (M6) TV show host 2009-2015 : La France a un incroyable talent (M6) - seasons 4 to 10 TV show host 2010: soccer expert on all Europa League Matchs (M6) 2010 : Le Grand Bêtisier de l'été, with Sandrine Corman (M6) TV show host 2010 : Le Grand Bêtisier de Noël, with Sandrine Corman (M6) TV show host 2011 : Le Grand Bêtisier de l'Hiver, with Agathe Lecaron (M6) TV show host 2011-2016 : Le Grand Bêtisier de l'été (M6) TV show host 2012 : L'Inventeur 2012 (M6) TV show host 2012 : Pékin Express : Le Passager mystère (M6) : guest star 2012-2013 : 60 secondes chrono (M6) - seasons 1 and 2 TV show host 2011-2013 : Top Chef (M6) : guest cook 2014- 2016 : Total Blackout (W9) TV show host 2015-2017 : Fort Boyard-Contestant Theater Actor 2002: Le mariage de Figaro (Figaro) 2003-2005: Theatrouille (Ben) 2005-2008: Les Homos prefèrent les blondes: (Cosmos) 2016: Twisted Vegas (himself)

Commercial Actor 2009: Microsoft for Windows 10 2012: Coca-Cola 2012: Intermarché 2013: Seat Leon

Director 2003-2005 : Théatrouille in Theatre Comedia in Paris 2009-2010: Private Joke in Theatre le Temple in Paris. 2012-2013 : Dans l'air du temps - One-woman-show with Anne Bernex in Theatre Le Temple in Paris. 2014-2015 : Tous des malades by Jean-Jacques Thibaud in Palais des Glaces in Paris 2016 : Timéo by Jean-Jacques Thibaud in Casino de Paris in Paris. 2016 : Twisted Vegas by Alex Goude and Michael Goudeau at the Westgate Resort in Las Vegas 2016: Xavier Mortimer's Magical Dream by Alex Goude and Michael Goudeau at the Planet Hollywood resort in Las Vegas

Theater Writer: 2003: Théatrouille in Theatre Comedia in Paris 2016 : Twisted Vegas by Alex Goude and Michael Goudeau at the Westgate Resort in Las Vegas 2016: Xavier Mortimer's Magical Dream by Alex Goude and Michael Goudeau at the Planet Hollywood resort in Las Vegas

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Alex Goude" (in French). Première. 2 November 2009. Archived from the original on 2 November 2009. Retrieved 1 December 2009. 

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