|Host of||Amazing Race (France)|
Delpérier has hosted many French programs, including Vidéo Gag, Des Copains en or (A children's version of Family Feud), Qui décide ?, Star Six Music and Vendredi Catch. More recently, he has become a commentator for sports events such as auto racing and boxing. He has worked for four separate networks; Channel 2, TF1, M6 and Direct 8, the latter of which is the home of Amazing Race.
Delpérier never went through a school of journalism, but has nonetheless been a successful television personality. He has also appeared on radio very often, including the shows 'Intégrale Foot, DKP (A sports "humour" show), After Foot, Club Sports Europe 1 and Parisian. He hosted the Alexandre Delpérier Show during the FIFA World Cup 2010.
Delpérier has also conducted written interviews for TV Magazine and Direct Sport. He also writes columns for Yahoo! (Yahoo! Foot Le Blog).
Delpérier is the host of the French version of The Amazing Race. His job involves him doing more voiceovers and giving more of a cultural presentation than other hosts of the show.
He married his wife Johanna in December 2001 and the couple has two children, Louis and Valentin. In 2005, Johanna was pregnant with a third child, to be named Capucine, but unfortunately, they lost the baby shortly before the end of the pregnancy. Delpérier also has a daughter named Pauline from a previous relationship.