Stéphane Bern is a journalist, writer, television and radio presenter, producer and actor.
Deputy editor of Madame Figaro, he is also the host of the daily radio comedy show "A la bonne heure" on RTL and a television presenter, commentating on all the major royal events. Every year he presents about a dozen prime-time programmes in the series "Secrets d'Histoire" on the France 2 channel, together with the daily lifestyle programme "Comment ça va bien !". Stéphane Bern has published a number of books on European royalty, including "Rainier de Monaco et les Grimaldi", "Le Destin d'une Reine", "Dynasties royales d'Europe". "Secrets d'Histoire" is also the title of Stéphane Bern's bestselling series of books, the fifth volume of which was published in October 2014. In 2005, Stéphane Bern trod the boards in the play "Numéro complémentaire", the year's biggest box office hit in the theatre, and he is happy to send up his own image in advertisements and films such as "Les Aristos" by Charlotte de Turckheim (2006), "Absolument Fabuleux" by Gabriel Aghion (2001) and "Il était une fois, une fois" by Christian Merret-Palmair (2012). He is since januray 2010 "Officier dans l'ordre des Arts et des Lettres" in France.