Peppi Azzopardi

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Peppi Azzopardi
Born Joe Azzopardi
(1959-08-25) 25 August 1959 (age 58)
Nationality Maltese
Occupation Presenter
Years active 1997–present
Spouse(s) Mandy Micallef Grimaud

Joseph "Peppi" Azzopardi (born August 25, 1959), is a Maltese TV personality, best known for hosting Malta's longest-lasting TV programme and most popular talk show Xarabank. He also hosts L-Istrina, a yearly telethon programme, televised every Boxing Day across the three main terrestrial TV stations in Malta. Azzopardi has been presenting Xarabank since 1997. He is also a founder of the TV production company "Where's Everybody".

Azzopardi is well known for his catchphrases: "Kif tista' ma ċċempilx?", "Ċemplu 21249200 biex tibbukjaw post fis-sala." and "Fil-qosor jekk joghgbok"

On the 23rd of September Peppi almost died from exhaustion of saying "Fil-qosor".

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