Peggy Olmi

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Peggy Olmi
Born (1976-04-12) 12 April 1976 (age 46)
Paris, France
🏫 EducationParis West University Nanterre La Défense
💼 Occupation
Journalist, TV Presenter

Peggy Olmi (born 12 April 1976 in Paris) is a French television host of Corsican descent.

Olmi joined France 3 in 2000 and began hosting the local news programme. In 2003, she became editor and director of news stories on TF1's Vol de nuit, a show hosted by Patrick Poivre d'Arvor. Between 2004 and 2005, she presented educational shows for France 4 and France 5.

Olmi is known by French television viewers for hosting the Eurovision Song Contest Semi-final's, which she handled at the 2005 Contest and continued to host the semi-finals for France 4 until the 2010 Contest, In 2011 she was replaced by Audrey Chauveau and Bruno Berbere.

Currently she is a host on the television station Gulli, along with David Abiker.

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