Anne-Sophie Lapix (born 29 April 1972 in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, Pyrénées-Atlantiques) is a French journalist and television presenter mainly for the French news program on France 2. She deputises for Claire Chazal, presenting the evening news bulletin (20 Heures) from Friday to Sunday as well as the lunchtime bulletin at 1 PM (13 Heures) . She also presents the Sunday evening magazine program Sept à Huit with Harry Roselmack (who substitutes for TF1 newsreader Patrick Poivre d'Arvor.)
After gaining a degree from the IEP of Bordeaux, Lapix has worked for Bloomberg, La Chaîne Info and M6 where she has presented French leading newsmagazine Zone Interdite before joining TF1's staff.
Lapix is married to Arthur Sadoun, CEO of the advertising agency Publicis. She has two children from a previous relationship.