Ophélie Meunier at the 41st César Awards.
|Born||(1987-12-17) December 17, 1987
Versailles, Yvelines, France
|Occupation||Journalist, television presenter|
|Years active||2013–present (television)|
|Notable credit(s)||Le Petit Journal
Early life and education
After graduating with a scientific baccalauréat with very good mention, she began a modeling career and travels for five years throughout France, Europe and the United States with the agency Metropolitan.
In 2011, she started in journalism studying at the École supérieure de journalisme de Paris, and the next year as an assistant presenter obtaining an internship on channel I-Télé. In November 2012, she introduced herself at a casting to become the next Miss Météo for the channel Canal+, but failed.
In 2013, Ophélie Meunier presented the section “La Minute Pop” from Le Petit Journal hosted by Yann Barthès on Canal+. In September 2014, she left Le Petit Journal to join La Nouvelle Édition broadcast on the same channel for a new chronic.
During summer 2015, she presented the day and evening news on Canal+. From September 2015 to June 2016, she presented on the same channel the program about media Le Tube. She then joined M6 and since September 2016, presents the society program Zone Interdite, succeeding to Wendy Bouchard. She is also the joker of the evening news Le 19:45 on the same channel since July 2016