Who was Jean-Pierre Pernaut and what was his cause of death? French broadcaster dead aged 71: Famous French newsreader and broadcaster Jean-Pierre Pernaut has died at the age of 71. The news of his death has been circulating all over the internet. It is the saddest news in today’s headlines. He was a popular and well-established newsreader and broadcaster who gained huge fame and reputation in his career field. The news of his death has come out as a big shock to everyone, especially to his family and friends. Soulful tributes have been pouring on the internet for honoring the news presenter. Our heartfelt condolences to his family and friends. In this section, we are going to give you all the details about Jean-Pierre Pernaut and his death. Follow More Update On Phoosi.com
Jean-Pierre Pernaut Death Cause
As per the sources, News presenter Jean-Pierre Pernaut has passed away at the age of 71 on 02 March 2022, Wednesday. The news of his death was announced by his family on the same day. He was a sacred figure in the media world who died on Wednesday at the age of 71, announced his family. The cause of his death is said to be lung cancer. Since the news broke out, all his colleagues and friends are saddened and also sending love and prayers to the family and dear ones. His family needs our concern and peace.
Who was Jean-Pierre Pernaut?
Talking about Jean-Pierre Pernaut, he was a French newsreader and broadcaster who gained a huge name in his career field. He was best known for his initials, PPP. He was born on 08 April 1950 in Amiens, Somme. He served as a presenter for TF1 for almost 32 years. He was the regular presenter of station TF1’s lunchtime news bulletin from 1988 to 2020. The combination of Pernaut of authoritative delivery and avuncular personality made him one of the most popular newsreaders of France.
How did Jean-Pierre Pernaut die?
From 1991 to 2010, he was the longtime presenter of Combien ca coute? (How much does that cost?) which was a monthly consumer programmer on TF1. Jean-Pierre Pernaut served as a representative of the firm’s employees on the board of directors TF1 Group from 1988 until his death. He was also a partner of former Miss France winner Nathalie Marquay. In 2005, he published his best-selling memoirs, Pour tout vous dire (To tell you everything….). Soon after, he published two volumes of Les magnifiques metiers de I’artisanat (Splendid trades of the craft industry). Jean-Pierre Pernaut has passed away from cancer on 02 March 2022 at the age of 71. May his soul Rest In Peace.