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Chazia Mourali

Chazia Mourali

Journalistic multitalent
Languages : Dutch, French

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Chazia Mourali is an independent moderator, journalist and presenter. She is a well known figure in the dutch public space, a regular guest in talkshows on radio and television. She is also a columnist, writing for different magazines such as the magazine of the dutch opera. In general Chazia is known as an enthousiastic ambassador of culture in general and more specifically mediterranean culture. Chazia's father is tunesian, she was born in Paris and studied french language and literature

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Chazia Mourali is an independent moderator, journalist and presenter. She is a well known figure in the dutch public space, a regular guest in talkshows on radio and television. She is also a columnist, writing for different magazines such as the magazine of the dutch opera. In general Chazia is known as an enthousiastic ambassador of culture in general and more specifically mediterranean culture. Chazia's father is tunesian, she was born in Paris and studied french language and literature at the university of Utrecht. Chazia is also a front row guest of dutch fashion designers. She started as a TV journalist and anchor women, interviewing internationals prominent politicians, writers and artists such as Yasser Arafat, Salman Rushdie, Paco Rabanne, Fay Weldon and Marilyn French. She hosted the 24 hour live show 24 heures a Amsterdam for the french speaking international network TV5. As a columnist she gave her opinions on current affairs and lifestyle in many dutch newspapers (Volkskrant, Margriet). She also wrote short stories and a play, which was staged during the mulicultural Cosmic Faestival in Amsterdam.

Most people in the Netherlands will remember Chazia dressed in glamourous, tight black leather and wearing furiously red lipstick. She was the host of the rather edgy quiz show De Zwakste Schakel, the dutch version of BBC's hit The Weakest link. She travelled several times to London to be coached by the original team and met Ann Robinson. Many other poplular quiz shows and entertainment programs would follow on commercial TV station RTL. As an independent moderator she has recently worked for the World Bank and the Hariri Foundation in Beyrouth, the dutch ministery of foreign affairs, the Holland dance Festival, the Prince Claus Foundation, Princess Laurentien's Foundation for literacy, the Global e-commerce conference in Barcelona and many prominent profit and non profit organisations. Chazia was born in Paris, a couple of decades ago, although she likes to think she looks much younger. She is married to neurosurgeon Marc and mother of 4 year old Jasmijn.  

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