Olivier Minne is a French television presenter of a Belgian father and a French mother. He was not destined to embrace a professional career on the small screen. A classical maturity in philosophy obtained in Brussels, Belgium, he attended one year of law and another of classical letters. In 1989, with no fixed ideas, he landed in Paris , carrying a suitcase and all his savings in his pocket.
|Born||March 18, 1967|
|Birth place||Ixelles, Belgium|
|Other work||TV presenter|
Olivier Minne was born in March 18, 1967 in Ixelles, Belgium in Ixelles in a mixed family, father – Belgian, mother – Frenchwoman. After graduating from high school, he entered the College of San Michel in Brussels , where he studied at the Faculty of Philosophy, and after graduating, he entered the Faculty of Law.
He decided to move to Paris and he was lucky, in 1990 he was invited to the Antenne 2 channel , where he served as assistant to the general director. Soon he became a TV presenter, the TV games Keys from Fort Bayard and Pirate Attack became especially popular , thanks to his arrival in the Fort Boyard TV show, the ratings of the 14th season sharply increased, although during the 13th season in 2002 (presenters Jean-Pierre Castaldi andSandrine Dominguez ) the TV show almost ceased to exist due to low ratings, and his new co-host Sara Lelouch also came with him in the TV show.