|March 6, 1970|
|Place of Birth|
|Actor, tv personality|
Jean-Luc Lemoine (born April 6, 1970) is a French humorist, TV chronicler and presenter.
His first scene was on his high school stage, in front of 800 fellow students.
In 1993, he played at the théâtre de Blancs-Manteaux during 15 days and served as a columnist for Infos du Monde. He also started his TV career on local TV Téléssonne. The following year, he played a show during ten months, directed by Franck Dubosc.
Since 2011, he is part of Touche pas à mon poste! on France 4 and then D8 when the talk show changed channel in 2012. Since then, he has a weekly column called Les Questions en 4/3. In 2015, his column became a TV special for one prime time.
In 2013, he joined Cyril Hanouna in his radio program Les pieds dans le plat broadcast on Europe 1.
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