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La France A Un Incroyable Talent

La France A Un Incroyable Talent



The newest hit reality sensation in the U.S. is “America’s Got Talent” and it now airs versions in over 25 countries as well and “Incroyable Talent” which translated into English means, “Incredible Talent" is France’s version of the series. “Incroyable Talent” made its’ debut on 2 November 2006 on the M6 TV network.

The host of this version of the series is Alessandra Sublet and the judges include Jean Piere Den Bois an Agent, Sophie Edelstein who is Artistic director for Circus Pander and Gilbert Rozon a Canadian theatrical producer.


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Cast
Alex GoudeAlex Goude
As Himself (Co-Presenter - S04 - present / Actor, Author, Journalist & TV Presenter)
Sandrine CormanSandrine Corman
As Herself (Co-Presenter - S04 - present / TV Presenter & Miss Belgium 1997)
Alessandra SubletAlessandra Sublet
As Herself (Presenter - S01 - S03 / Radio Host & TV Presenter)
Gilbert RozonGilbert Rozon
As Himself (Judge - S01 - present / Canadian Producer)
SmaïnSmaïn
As Himself (Judge - S04 - present / Actor, Comedian, Director, Humorist & Writer)
Valérie StrohValérie Stroh
As Herself (Judge - S04 - present / Actress & Director)
Sophie EdelsteinSophie Edelstein
As Herself (Judge - S01 - S03 / Artistic Director)
Patrick DupondPatrick Dupond
As Himself (Judge - S02 - S03 / Ballet Dancer)
Jean Piere Den BoisJean Piere Den Bois
As Himself (Judge - S01 / TV Personality)
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Warning: La France A Un Incroyable Talent guide may contain spoilers
Classification: Reality
Genre: Family | Music | Talent
Status: Returning Series
Network: M6 ( France)
Language: French
Airs: Tuesdays at 09:00 pm
Runtime: 120 Minutes
Premiere: November 06, 2006
Akas
• France's Got Talent (Alternate Title), (Used In USA)
• Incredible Talent (English Translation), (Used In USA)
• Incroyable Talent (Original title), (Used In France)
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