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Alexandra Pascalidou

Alexandra Pascalidou (born July 17, 1970 in Bucharest, Romania by Greek parents) is a Swedish journalist, television hostess and author. She is also a frequent lecturer, discussion leader and human rights activist. Pascalidou became known to the public in 1995 when she started hosting the multicultural TV-show Mosaik in SVT, one of Sweden’s Public Service-channels. Between 2000-2001 she hosted "Som sagt" in SVT, a Saturday night-program that had its focus on literature and language questions. At the same time, she was the producer and reporter for the TV-show "Striptease" that focused on investigative journalism. In 2004 Pascalidou hosted the Olympics in Athens for SVT and thereafter she lived in Greece for two years where she hosted various TV-shows. For example Friday night entertainment in ERT where she spent a whole day with Roberto Cavalli, Isabel Allende and Roger Moore among others. She was also hosting Greek morning television every day with three hours of live coverage each episode. She also was hostess for the Eurovision Song Contest in Greece in 2005, and commentator in Kiev the year when Greece won the competition for the first time.


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