Melissa Theuriau

Mélissa Theuriau

Theuriau acquired a DUT in News-Communication from the Technical University (Institut universitaire de technologie, or IUT) Pierre Mendès-France in Grenoble, and later a graduate degree in Audiovisual Journalism from the Institute of Communication and Media (ICM) at Échirolles. Theuriau was a journalist at Match TV in 2002. Since 2003, she has been a correspondent and grapple for La Chaîne Info, where she turned out to be better known to the French overall population. She influenced her achievement as an anchorperson and go to demonstrate have for LCI, the news channel and for TF1. Her projects were LCI Matin (LCI Morning), the 6:40 news on LCI and TF1 from Monday to Thursday and the Voyages travel appear on Wednesdays at 13:55 on LCI. In May 2006, she astonished the administration of TF1 by rejecting the offer to be the anchorwoman of the end of the week nightly news of TF1, as a late spring substitution for sitting anchorwoman Claire Chazal.

Spouse(s)     Jamel Debbouze.

Mélissa Theuriau (French articulation: ​[melisa tœʁjo]; conceived July 18, 1978) is a French writer and anchorperson M6. She considered reporting and turned into a TV news moderator. She is the previous grapple and co-manager in head of Zone interdite on French TV.

On 29 March 2008, she was locked in to French-Moroccan comic and on-screen character Jamel Debbouze; the two were hitched on 7 May 2008. They had a child on 3 December 2008 named Léon and a girl named Lila in the year 2011.

On August 2012, Theuriau and Debbouze positioned in the main ten of France's most well known couples in a Harris Interactive survey for Gala magazine.



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