While some say the values of education get lost, Jean-Luc Reichmann comes to prove that this is not the case. Indeed, the father of the family does not intend to miss his education. On the contrary, it is very important for him to teach his children to respect others. And for good reason, he suffered in his childhood.
Jean-Luc Reichmann: a strict dad?
In the new issue of Télécâble Sat Hebdo, the host of 12 Coups de midi confides in the education he gives to his children. In the blended family he forms with Nathalie Lecoultre, there are six children. If the two eldest have left the nest, the other other children are still under the same roof as the animator. » At home, it’s no joke. I’m a bit of an old-fashioned dad. I try to teach them respect, to say hello, thank you and also the sense of effort“.
This sense of effort, Jean-Luc Reichmann inherited it from his childhood, and from the practice of a very particular sport: “ When I was young, I practiced karate at a very high level“. Athletes know how much sport can convey beautiful values. To express in a healthy way his anger, his fears, his fears. Especially since Jean-Luc Reichmann did not live a completely peaceful childhood. Because of his angioma, he is the target of criticism. Sometimes it’s even authority figures who laugh at him :
” I learned to fight mentally, to never give up. A teacher had nicknamed me ‘the task’ because of my red spot on my nose. I was a different kid but I told myself I was going to fight“.
An exclusive documentary about the host
If Jean-Luc Reichmann makes the rounds of the media, it is because he is the star of an exclusive documentary. In effect, TF1 puts the dishes in the big ones to celebrate the 12th anniversary of the 12 noon shots. The show took over from Attention à la Marche with flying colors. She shines the chain every noon. Thus, TF1 wishes to pay tribute to the host who brings this time slot to life every day.
For the occasion, many distinguished guests are invited. Viewers will have the pleasure, on July 2, to discover the face of Zette. Because behind this funny voice hides a great friend of Jean-Luc Reichmann, Isabelle Benhadj. Nagui, also, takes the floor. This brings joy to the animator who still cannot believe it:
” Let Nagui speak, I found it marvelous and magical! We are friends, we have a lot of respect for each other but he is frank. He is cash when he says ‘we’re taking a member of my family’ and he hadn’t seen all that happen. I have a lot of respect for him because he took a lot of risks in his life. It’s part of the journey. It really touched me that he agreed to speak. Nagui will be on TF1 in the documentary. Have you ever seen Nagui on TF1? How long has it been since you’ve seen it on TF1? »
A documentary that looks back on the life of Jean-Luc Reichmann
This work is an opportunity for the host to open up to viewers. He will thus return to his childhood, marked by mockery because of his stain on his nose. Later, the host’s life is turned upside down by a terrible motorcycle accident. He miraculously comes out of it thanks to the doctors, but stays a whole year in the hospital.
The documentary will also highlight the career of Jean-Luc Reichmann. It must be said that it is rich in experience. He’s not just a facilitator. He is also a voiceover and actor. Because before being the star of Léo Mattéï, the star of TF1 notably played in the Navarro series. He has always been drawn to acting.
For the first time, his sister Marie-Laure, hard of hearing, agreed to speak in front of the camera. It is thanks to her, in part, that he manages to overcome his anxieties related to his stain on the face.