Philippe Traversian was born in 1957 in La Varenne, near Paris, nicknamed the Parisian Hollywood in the 30s. Philippe began his career as a journalist in the newspaper this district before joining the Echo Républicain. He was hired by Alain Génestar who will lead Paris Match for ten years. He was a sportswriter for 5 years in Chartres, then ten in Rambouillet where he worked closely with the future mayor of the Senate, Gérard Larcher. Becoming a biographer in 2013, his Armenian origins lead him to become passionate about family history. Passionate about cinema, sports, and culture, he is also a passionate lover of America and especially California, which he dreams of exploring.
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