Jean-Luc Stéphane Reichmann is a French radio and television presenter. After starting his career on the radio in 1989, he became a television presenter in 1995, and since 2008, he has been trying his luck as an actor. Today, he is best known for his weekly program Les twelve coups de midi, broadcast on TF1 at 12:00 p.m.
Jean-Luc Stéphane Reichmann Music Brainz was born in Fontainebleau on Wednesday, November 2, 1960 (age 61 years; as of 2022). His zodiac sign is Scorpio. He attended the college of L’Union (Haute-Garonne), the Saint-Joseph high school, then the Sainte-Marie-des-Champs high school in Toulouse, where he obtained his baccalaureate. Originally, his father wanted him to succeed in business, so much so that he began his studies at Sup de Co Toulouse, but he did not finish them, choosing instead to travel abroad and do odd jobs (bus tour guide, sailing). He was then a pioneer in the development of free radio in Toulouse on the DRC. A free radio station in Toulouse, Radio Cambos, offered him the opportunity to host games under the pseudonym “Boogie Chou”. Daily Motion
Eye color: Brown
Hair color: Black
Famille et Ethnie
Parents, Brothers, and Sisters
He has a sister and a brother, Bruno.
Relationships/ Affairs, Wife, Children
He is married to Nathalie Lecoultre (Director / Artistic Director / Stylist) and has six children. They include Lya, Lou Lecoultre, and Lola.
His most notable achievement is to have presented successive episodes of Z’amours on France from 1995 to 2000, followed by each midday of Attention à la Marche on TF1. He hosted Les 12 Coups de Midi from 2001 to 2010, and he currently hosts the show every lunchtime on TF1. Many rankings over the past few years have made him among the most popular TV hosts in France. He came on air for the first time on RFM in 1989, then on Europe in 1996. He hosted the program Allô Jean-Luc on RMC in 2000. His first appearance on RTL dates back to 2001.
Jean-Luc Reichmann first made a name for himself as a voice-over on the television series Tribunal, as well as in Nagui shows (N’oublie pas Vos Brosse à dents where he is also a room chauffeur, May the Best win. ..) or The Xapatan Trail. In addition, he has also done a voiceover for the FIFA video game series. His participation in Guignols de l’Info lasted from 1988 to 2001. He has also lent his voice-over talents to the Motus project alongside Thierry Beccaro.
In the 1990s, he produced voiceovers for TF1 trailers, at the same time as the latter changed its speaker(s) to voiceovers, and for Citron automobiles. It was in 1991 that he appeared in an episode of the Navarro series, and in 1995 he appeared in Nestor Burma. On January 12, 1994, he made his first appearance on regional television with Actualités 12h30 in Île-de-France, and on September 25, 1994, he made his first appearance on national television with Ligne de mire in France. His career began in 1995, when he became a game show host in France, as part of the French improvisation league. In addition to hosting Les Forges du désert (1999), Jeux sans frontières (1998), Trophée Campus and Les Z’amours (1995-2000), he also hosted Celiac Disease (2006) and Mental Errors (2002). TF1 offered him the midday slot on weekdays in 2000 when Hervé Hubert, the producer of the Bigdil game, offered him the job. In 2000, the two started working on the game Beware of Walking!. Since September 2001, it has been broadcast every day of the week 364 days a year (except July 14 for the National Day parade). In the radio industry, he hosted the interactive game Got Two Minutes? on RTL from Monday to Thursday during the 2002-2003 season against a women’s team and a men’s team every evening from 7 p.m. to 7 p.m. until 8 p.m. He hosted a radio program on RFM from September 2005 to June 27, 2008, from 6 a.m. to 9 a.m. Monday to Friday. He announced that he was leaving the radio on June 20, 2008.
Throughout 2010, he played in Nobody is perfect at the theater with Corinne Touzet. He summarized this piece with Véronique Jannot in November 2011. The same year, he launched the Victor Sauvage series produced by Endemol France, but it was stopped after three episodes due to a drop in audience.
In November 2011, he participated in the album Il était une fois by Thierry Gali, supporting the Unicef campaign. On November 6, 2011, he became the exceptional editor-in-chief of the Automoto program broadcast on TF1.
Since July 9, 2012, he has hosted the game Au pied du Mur! broadcasted by TF1. On December 12, 2013, he became the hero of the French series Léo Mattei, Brigade des Mineurs, broadcast on TF1. On November 2, 2017, his birthdate, he co-hosted Danse avec les Stars with Sandrine Quétier. In 2018, he began hosting It’s Already Christmas.
In addition to All-Star Soccer, FIFA 98: Road to the World Cup, World Cup 98, FIFA 99, FIFA 2000, and UEFA Euro 2000, Jean-Luc Reichmann gave voice to football matches on Sony PlayStation.
Facts / Anecdotes
- He has a pet dog named Donna. He also has a pet turtle.
- He enjoys playing cards with his friends and family.
- He has a picture of his dog on his shirt.
- He is greedy and loves to eat cheese.
- Jean-Luc Reichmann is the most favorite celebrity on television according to a poll carried out by Le Figaro.
- In 2016 and 2017, Jean-Luc Reichmann became the sponsor of the association CAP48 of the RTBF which fights against discrimination against people with disabilities.
- In addition to having a port-wine stain on his nose, Jean-Luc Reichmann also has a birthmark. Her mother unsuccessfully sought hospital treatment with laser sessions during her childhood. In his show Les Z’amours, he hides this angioma behind the foundation for several years but ends up taking care of it and broadcasting it live.
- After practicing high-level shotōkan-ryū karate for ten years, he was involved in a serious motorcycle accident on July 10, 1984, which caused him to abandon high-level combat sports.
- He wrote a book in 2015 named “T’as une tache, pistache !” (2015)
- He took part in the Voice of the Children for the children of Ukraine in the Foire du Trone on April 1, 2022.
- He was a part of the cover of TV Magazine France and TV Grandes Chaines.
- He is a foodie and often posts about his food on Instagram.
- Jean-Luc Reichmann is a huge Beatles fan and he admits to listening to them when he was in his late teens.
- He grows his own tomatoes and is very close to gardening and nature in general.