The Info List - Virginie Efira

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VIRGINIE EFIRA (born 5 May 1977) is a Belgian and French actress, and anchor on French television .


* 1 Life and career * 2 Filmography * 3 References * 4 Sources * 5 External links


She is the daughter of Professor André Efira, hemato-oncologist, and Carine Verelst. Efira is of partial Greek-Jewish descent. She was first hired by Club RTL (A Belgian TV channel in the RTL Group
RTL Group
) to present a children's show called Mégamix. She went on to present other programmes in Belgium, including A la recherche de la nouvelle Star. In September 2002 she was offered the job of the presenter of Belgian's version of Star Academy
Star Academy
. After casting to be a weather girl on France's M6 channel, she was soon pushed into the limelight as one of M6's main public faces, presenting shows such as Le Grand Zap, La saga des ..., Follement Gay, Absolument 80/90, Le Grand Piège and Drôles d'équipes. She was the host of Classé Confidentiel for one year, before replacing Benjamin Castaldi as the host of the popular musical reality show Nouvelle Star
Nouvelle Star
for the end of the show's fourth series. She also presents various shows on RTL-TVi (a spin-off channel in the RTL Group
RTL Group
). Efira was a guest star on the highly successful French show Kaamelott

Efira's film career took off in 2004, appearing as Dr. Liz Wilson in the French-language version of Garfield: The Movie , as well as playing Piper in the French version of the 2005 film Robots . In 2012, she won the Audience Award at the 2nd Magritte Awards .

In 2010, she participated in Rendez-vous en terre inconnue .

She was married to Patrick Ridremont from 2002 to 2005 when they separated. They filed for divorce in February 2009. She is now in a relationship with Mabrouk El Mechri , with whom she has a daughter, Ali, born 24 May 2013 in Paris. She was granted French citizenship in 2016.



2005 Africains poids-moyens

Daniel Cattier Short

2006–09 Kaamelott
Berlewen Alexandre Astier
Alexandre Astier
TV series (2 episodes)

2007 Max & Co Cathy Frédéric & Samuel Guillaume

Un amour de fantôme Anna Arnaud Sélignac TV movie

2007–08 Off Prime Virginie Stéphane Kopecky, Bruno Solo, ... TV series (24 episodes)

2009 The Barons The misunderstood artist Nabil Ben Yadir

Le siffleur Candice Philippe Lefebvre

Canal presque The Host Pierre Jamin & Serge Khalfon TV series (3 episodes)

2010 Kill Me Please Inspector Evrard Olias Barco Nominated – Magritte Award for Best Supporting Actress

L'amour, c'est mieux à deux Angèle Dominique Farrugia ">

* ^ http://www.purepeople.com/article/virginie-efira-revele-pourquoi-elle-a-choisi-d-appeler-sa-fille-ali_a197682/1 * ^ http://www.femina.ch/people/news-people/virginie-efira-sur-les-traces-de-mary-poppins-animatrice-comedienne * ^ "Magritte : Virginie Efira, la préférée du public". La Libre Belgique (in French). 5 February 2012. Retrieved 9 February 2013. * ^ "La fin d\'une belle histoire". La Dernière Heure (in French). 17 August 2005. Retrieved 9 February 2013. * ^ Bernard, Sophie (13 February 2009). " Virginie Efira
Virginie Efira
divorce en direct" (in French). News-de-stars.com. Retrieved 9 February 2013. * ^ " Virginie Efira
Virginie Efira
est maman". Pure People (in French). 26 May 2013. Retrieved 26 May 2013.


* This article is based on the translation of the corresponding article of the French.