|Full Name Flavie Lecanu|
Parents Jean-Paul Lecanu
Role Television presenter
|Name Flavie Flament|
Occupation Television presenter
|Born 2 July 1974 (age 49) (1974-07-02) Valognes, France|
Notable credit(s) ExclusifStars a domicileDomino DaySagasVis ma Vie
Spouse Benjamin Castaldi (m. 2002–2008)
Children Enzo Castaldi, Antoine Flament
Similar People Benjamin Castaldi, Sophie Favier, Jean‑Pierre Castaldi, Sandrine Quetier, Laurence Ferrari
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- Early life
- TV career
- Personal life
- TV shows
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Flament is the daughter of Jean-Paul Lecanu, a former professional football player for Stade Malherbe de Caen (1970–1974), currently employed by the SNCF, and an employee of the French state children's protection agency, Aide sociale à l'enfance (ASE). She has two older brothers: Olivier (the elder) and Maxime. In 1988 she was elected "Miss OK" under the name of Flavie Lecanu, Miss Normandy in the show L'élection de Miss OK 88 broadcast on M6 (hosted by Marie-Pierre Lacq and Jean-Luc Delarue).
In 1994, Flament obtained a Bachelor of Applied Foreign Languages.
Flament began her career as a production assistant for the TV show Frou-Frou by Christine Bravo on Antenne 2. She then became head of production for Philippe Alfonsi for Ça déméninge ! on La Cinquième.
In 1998, she became weather presenter on Canal + and then collaborated with the show Un autre journal with Philippe Gildas, Unisex and Toutes les Télés on M6.
Flament hosted on TF1 events and special programs including L'homme le plus drôle de l'année, Les 500 Choristes ensemble, Tube d'un jour, tube de toujours, Sagas, Vis ma Vie and La Chanson de l'année.
She presented a daily short program named Leçon de style, which was broadcast on TF1. These programs were sponsored by C&A, whose Flavie Flament was the ambassador. She revealed in media that she wanted to present television show Sept à Huit.
In 2009, Flament hosted Love and bluff on TF1.
Flament had a first child named Antoine, born on 23 December 1995, from her first marriage with the director Bernard Flament.
On 21 September 2002, she married the television host Benjamin Castaldi, with whom she has a second child, Enzo, born on 8 February 2004. They are divorced.
Her current companion is the director Pierre Quatrefages.
Flament also appeared naked on Gala magazine.