Aficionados of French broadcast television might surely recognize the gorgeous Nathalie Renoux. Nathalie Renoux is a sweetheart of the French network M6, which is among the top three most watched television channels in France. She is an established television host and broadcast journalist. Born on May 3, 1971, the French television personality has been appearing on television since the late 1990s, has been working for M6 as an anchor for over eight years where she made a name for herself appearing as the exclusive host of the M6 program Guilty, Not Guilty (Coupable, Non coupable), a crime investigation television show created by Jean-Marie Goix.
Nathalie was born and raised in Les Sables d’Olonne, France. Her father was then the coach to a local French soccer team, Vendeens Tigers. She attended the Institut d’etudes politiques de Bordeaux. She also got her training from the Journalists Training Centre in Rue du Lourvre, Paris, from where she graduated in 1996 and started working for Bloomberg TV a year later. An outspoken personality in television, Nathalie is popularly known to be discreet about her personal life in the media. In 2013, she however opened up about the story of her two sons, Manuel and Juan, who were born five years apart. She and her husband, Matthew, who also works as a journalist for M6, were devastated by the grim news that they couldn’t have their own children. After hearing other’s story of adoption, they adopted their first son Manuel in 2003 who was born in Monteria, Columbia. Juan was fifteen months old when the couple adopted him in 2007.
Nathalie formerly worked for France 3 Regions before her stint at Bloomberg TV. She became employed at Bloomberg TV starting in 1997 as a journalist. After a year working for Bloomberg TV, she joined LCI where she became renowned as the co-presenter of the 6am show alongside anchor Michel Field. She also presented with Christian Jeanpierre on TF1 in 2004. Nathalie is best known for her appearance on M6. The news channel is the third highest rating news channel in the country which probably says much about the anchor’s popularity in the country. She became a member of M6 in August of 2006 and began working as the presenter for the 24:50 news broadcast every weekday. She replaced fellow anchor Anne Sophie Lapix and later that summer she was succeeded by anchor Aida Touihri. In June 2008, she became the presenter of 100% Mag and also hosted the special, Journal de l’Euro, during the Championnat d’Europe de football 2008. In 2009, she started presenting the evening news on M6 on weekends while fellow anchors Xavier de Moulins and Aida Touihri presented the 19:45 and 12:45 news respectively from Monday through Fridays. Nathalie began presenting the 12:25 news in addition to her evening news duties on M6. She appeared as the host of Guilty, Not Guilty from October 2009. The show ran its last episode on March 8, 2012. She has also hosted Accuse a tort in 2010, a documentary show similar to her previous show, Guilty, Not Guilty. Nathalie, alongside French anchors Xavier de Moulins, Eric Nauleau and Eric Zemmour hosted two shows broadcasting the presidential election in France on April 22 and May 6 in 2012.
For a charity called Initiatives Heart, Nathalie participated in a boating event on November 2, 2014.
Her popularity in broadcast television has also ensured the television personality a status of a beginner actress. She appeared as herself in the drama film Les Reines du ring directed by Jean-Marc Rudnicki. The film was released on July 3, 2013 in France and starred Marilou Berry, Audrey Fleurot, Nathalie Baye, Corinne Masiero, Ander Dusollier and Jacques Frantz with cameo appearances from The Miz, Eve Torres, CM Punk, Christophe Agius and Philippe Chereau.