Thierry Beccaro

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Thierry Beccaro
Born (1956-10-19) 19 October 1956 (age 60)
Paris, France
Occupation Television presenter

Thierry Beccaro (born 19 October 1956 in Paris) is a French stage actor and TV presenter,[1] with an Italian grandfather and Breton origin from his grandmother. He has a sister, younger by four years. He is primarily known to the general public as the presenter of TV game Motus on France 2 since 1990.

Radio career[edit]

He began his radio career in 1978 as an assistant to Macha Béranger at Radio France in the copyright department. In 1981, he became a reporter for Radio Bleue, and then hosted his first radio show Grand-mère et boule de gomme. In 1983, he presented the morning and early afternoon programs on Radio France and on France Inter.[2]

TV career[edit]

  • In 1983, on TF1 he presented La Une est à vous.
  • In 1987, he moved to Antenne 2 with the show Matin Bonheur.
  • In January 1990, he hosted Après-midi show.
  • On 25 June 1990, the game Motus was launched on France 2.
  • He hosted other games such as Dingbats (1992) and Jeux de comédie (1996).
  • He presented the show Le Grand Zapping de l'humour, broadcast on the weekend on France 2.
  • He led 40 ° à l'ombre on France 3.
  • He hosted several prime-time shows : La nuit des rigolos, co-presented by Valérie Maurice (1993), Parlez-moi d'amour (2000) and Y a quoi à la télé (November 14, 1998).
  • He took part in various shows including Surprise sur prise or Telethon (December 2006, with Frédéric Courant and Jamy Gourmaud, hosts of the program C'est pas sorcier).
  • Thierry Beccaro often replaces William Leymergie on Télématin during his vacations.
  • Finally, he co-presented Le grand code du savoir vivre with Sandrine Quétier.
  • He hosted a new game called Slam on France 2.

Theater career[edit]

  • 1993 : Boeing-boeing by Marc Camoletti, Théâtre Michel
  • 1997 : Voyage de noces by Marc Camoletti, Théâtre Michel
  • 2010 : Coach by Julie Carcuac, Théâtre Saint Georges


  1. ^ Biography, France 2 Retrieved June 10, 2009)
  2. ^ Biography, Ozap Retrieved June 10, 2009