| July 22, 1968 (age 47) (1968-07-22) Parthenay, Deux-Sevres, France|
Journalist, television presenter
Telematin (France 2)
Journal de 13 heures (France 2)
Karine de Menonville, Laurence Piquet, Anne‑Elisabeth Lemoine, Anais Baydemir, Sophie Gastrin
Sophie Le Saint (born 22 July 1968) is a French journalist and television presenter.
Sophie Le Saint was born in Parthenay in the department of Deux-Sèvres. She graduated at the IUT of journalism of Bordeaux and began her career at France Bleu Provence as a volunteer where she presents the night programs. She then did an internship at M6 in 1989. She then worked at the redaction department of the daily newspaper Le Figaro from 1991 to 1991, and on TF1 as a stringer.
In 1999, she joined France 2 to present the Télématin. Since February 2008, she is one of the replacing presenters of the Journal de 13 heures on the same channel. During summer 2008, she presents alternatively with Laurence Piquet. After the nomination of Françoise Laborde at the Conseil supérieur de l'audiovisuel in January 2009, she became the permanent replacement of Élise Lucet at the Journal de 13 heures.
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