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Nikos Aliagas

Nikos Aliagas
Nikos Aliagas in 2012
Born Nikólaos Aliágas
(1969-05-13) May 13, 1969
Paris, France
Occupation TV host The Voice
Employer TF1

Nikos Aliagas (Greek: Νίκος Αλιάγας / Níkos Aliágas; born Νικόλαος Αλιάγας / Nikólaos Aliágas on May 13, 1969 in Paris) is a French-Greek journalist and entertainer, known for being the host of the French reality program named Star Academy.

One of his parents came from the area of Stamna in Aetolia-Acarnania in Greece. He lived between France and Greece during childhood.

He was a guest star on a Greek program Koita ti Ekanes in late-2003 and featured clips from Star Academy. He has published a book called "I was born Greek: The mythology or The school of life" (Greek: «Γεννήθηκα Έλληνας: Η Μυθολογία Ή Το Σχολείο Της Ζωής»). He was the presenter of a show on Alpha TV called "Gros Plan" where he met international stars like Celine Dion, Jean Paul Gaultier, Sylvester Stallone and the singer Helena Paparizou.[1] He's the French presenter of The Voice: la plus belle voix.

He speaks five languages (as of 2003) including English.



  1. ^ "Γκρο Πλαν". (Greek) Alpha TV. Retrieved on May 5, 2008

External links

  • Nikos Aliagas at the Internet Movie Database
  • Olivier Minne, Nikos Aliagas et Anne-Gaëlle Riccio se défoulent sur TF6 (Olivier Minne, Nikos Aliagas and Anne-Gaëlle Riccio unwind on TF6) (French)
  • Nikos Aliagas (French)
  • Nikos Aliagas (French)

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