| 4 November 1963 (age 52) (1963-11-04) Merignac, France|
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Nicolas Canteloup Wikipedia
Nicolas Canteloup (born in Mérignac, Gironde on 4 November 1963) is a French impressionist.
In 1995, he appeared as impressionist in the TV show Les Guignols de l'info, on Canal +.
In 2005, he began to participate in the show Vivement dimanche prochain, hosted by Michel Drucker, broadcast every Sunday afternoon on France 2. Since September 2007, he participates only two times on a month, alternating with humorist Anne Roumanoff.
On 5 April 2008, France 2 devoted to Canteloup a prime-time entitled Canteloup, y es-tu ? (reissued on 28 December 2008 at 1:25 pm).
In 2005, he started a radio career hosting Revue de presque on Europe 1.
He was the subject of a documentary, broadcast on France 2 on 26 February 2009 in the weekly show Envoyé spécial.
In 2005, he went on stage at the Olympia, at the Palais des Glaces and began a tour throughout France.
In 2008, he toured for his show entitled "2ème couche".