Anne-Sophie Lapix Biography
Anne-Sophie Lapix is a French journalist and television presenter responsible for the news program French 2. On behalf of Claire Chazal, she hosted the French 2nd evening newspaper (Journal de 20 heures) as well as the 13:00 broadcast (Journal de 13 heures) from Friday to Sunday.
She also presented the Sunday evening Sept à Huit news program with Harry Roselmack (who replaced TF1 correspondent Patrick Poivre d’Arvor).
Anne-Sophie Lapiux Age
Anne-Sophie Lapiux was born on April 29, 1972 in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France. She is 50 years old.
Anne-Sophie Lapix Height
Lapix’s average height is 5 feet 3 inches.
Anne-Sophie Lapix Family
Anne-Sophie was born in Saint-Jean-de-Luz, France, and raised by her parents Claude Lapix and Claudine Lapix. Gail grew up with Rapix.
Anne-Sophie Lapix Husband
Lapix is married to Publicis advertising agency CEO Arthur Sadoun. He has two children from a previous relationship.
Anne-Sophie Lapix Salary
Anne’s average salary is $80,000.
Anne-Sophie Lapix Net Worth
Lapix has an estimated worth of $275 million.
Anne-Sophie Lapix Career
Anne-Sophie Lapix is a French journalist and TV presenter responsible for the French news “France 2”. She presents France 2’s evening news on behalf of Claire Chazal. France 2 broadcast from Friday to Sunday and at 13:00 at noon (Journal de 13 heures).
He also presented the Sunday evening Sept à Huit news program with Harry Roselmack (replacing TF1 correspondent Patrick Poivre d’Arvor). After graduating from IEP Bordeaux, he worked at Lapix, Bloomberg, LCI and M6, and spoke at French news outlet Zone Interdite before joining the TF1 staff.  Hosted Cà vous from 2013 to 2017.