Timur Miroshnychenko

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Timur Miroshnychenko
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Miroshnychenko at Eurovision Song Contest 2017
Born Timur Valeriyovych Miroshnychenko
(1986-03-09) 9 March 1986 (age 31)
Kyiv, Ukraine
Alma mater National Aviation University
Occupation Television presenter
Years active 2005–present
Employer UA:PBC

Timur Valeriyovych Miroshnychenko (Ukrainian: Тімур Валерійович Мірошниченко[1]) (born 9 March 1986) is a Ukrainian TV-presenter of UA:PBC. He was the host of Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2009 together with Ani Lorak and 2013 with Zlata Ognevich. Timur also hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2017.


Miroshnychenko was born on 9 March 1986 in Kyiv. In student's years he was a member of KVN student's team.[2]

His career on TV began in 2005, when he became a commentator Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2005 — the first JESC to broadcast in Ukraine.[2] Then in 2007 he became a commentator of Eurovision Song Contest[3] replacing Pavlo Shylko. He arranges commentary of all contests of Eurovision on UA:PBC to these days, even in 2015 in Vienna that Ukraine did not compete. Also he hosts the TV-programme "Як це?" ("How it is?") on this channel.

Timur also hosted the Junior Eurovision Song Contest 2013 with Zlata Ognevich. This was his second time hosting the Junior contest.[4] On 26 February 2017, it was announced that Timur would host the Eurovision Song Contest 2017 in Kyiv acting as the green room host, alongside Oleksandr Skichko and Volodymyr Ostapchuk who would be the stage hosts.[5] It was the first time that the Eurovision Song Contest was presented by a male trio, and the second time, after the 1956 edition with a solo male presenter, that the contest didn't feature a female presenter.[5]

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Cyprus Sophia Paraskeva
and Alex Michael
Junior Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Ani Lorak)
Succeeded by
Belarus Leila Ismailava
and Dzianis Kurian
Preceded by
Netherlands Ewout Genemans and
Kim-Lian van der Meij
Junior Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Zlata Ognevich)
Succeeded by
Malta Moira Delia
Preceded by
Sweden Petra Mede and Måns Zelmerlöw
Eurovision Song Contest presenter
(with Oleksandr Skichko and Volodymyr Ostapchuk)

Succeeded by
Portugal Filomena Cautela, Sílvia Alberto, Daniela Ruah and Catarina Furtado