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 also has the distinction as the only man who has hosted the contest by himself, as of the 2015 ceremony. Filipello was also later involved with Eurovision, he hosted the Swiss National final in 1961 and 1967 respectively.
Filipello died in 1993.
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