Grigoris Arnaoutoglou

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Grigoris Arnaoutoglou
Γρηγόρης Αρναούτογλου
Born (1973-12-17)December 17, 1973
Halkidiki, Greece
Residence Greece
Other names (Greek: Γρηγόρης Αρναούτογλου)
Occupation TV Personality

Grigoris Arnaoutoglou (Greek: Γρηγόρης Αρναούτογλου), also spelled as Gregory or Gregoris Arnaoutoglou, is a Greek television host. Since 2003, he was the host of Mega Channel's morning daily entertaining show, Omorfos Kosmos to proi (Beautiful world in the morning). Arnaoutoglou was also the host of the Sunday show Pio Poli Tin Kiriaki (Too Much on Sunday) on Mega Channel.

A native of Halkidiki, Macedonia, Arnaoutoglou was raised and started his television career in Thessaloniki, where he was for almost a decade the basic host in many local television projects and shows. He became famous through his weekly television programme in Mega Channel, in the end of the 1990s. Its name was "Omorfos Kosmos" On this show, Arnaoutoglou was filming his travelling in the Greek mainland and islands as well as abroad; visiting villages, towns and talking to people on street.

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January 2012: Makigiarismenoi Fovoi (Greek: Μακιγιαρισμένοι Φόβοι), ISBN 978-960-496-633-2 [1]


  1. ^ Παρουσίαση Βιβλίου: Μακιγιαρισμένοι φόβοι,

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