Raphaël Mezrahi Net Worth is
Raphaël Mezrahi was created in March 24, 1964. He acquired a diploma in business (DUT) the other in art background (DEUG) and in movie theater (Licence). In 1989 he began to just work at French route TF1 where he became successively archivist, duplex planner for the display ‘Perdu de vue’ (managed by Jacques Pradel), journalist for ‘Tout est feasible’ and casting movie director for ‘Super Sexy’. After that he began to use the team of ‘La caméra indiscrète’ (hosted by Nagui), created a Coluche 20h30 unique with Guy Work and a ‘Tribunal des Flagrants Délires’ with Jean Carmet for ‘la 25ème heure’. In 1992, Raphaël made a decision to auto-finance his ‘Fausses Interviews’ by causing the 1st ones with ex-judoka Thierry Rey, Television journalist and host Jean-Pierre Pernaut and actor Pierre Arditi. In 1995, he persuaded Patrick Sébastien to create his first methods on Television in his display “Osons”, using the nickname of Hugues Delatte. Therefore he continued to create false interviews and amazed himself when he noticed that he began to be a funny comedian! 9 of his interviews had been demonstrated in ‘Osons’. When the display was ceased, Raphaël became a member of Philippe Bouvard and his ‘Grosses têtes’ for 4 weeks, before being known as to utilize Philippe Gildas for “Nulle component ailleurs (soir)” (on route Canal +) in 1996, where he produced about 130 fake interviews (included in this an memorable one with André Pousse that became his masterpiece!). He also produced some funny reviews in what fascinates him: genuine people! When Gildas remaining the display and Guillaume Durand changed him, Mezrahi continuing to create these reviews until 1998. After that he remaining Canal + to utilize Laurent Ruquier on radio European countries 1 (‘Faut pas se gêner’) and on Television. In 1999 Raphaël became the state ’12th man’ from the team of Troyes (while these were in Department 2) by following a team to get a video called ‘Objectif D1’. And in 2000 he began to write his 1st feature film and a ‘Troyes-man display’.
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