Sophie Thibault is known as a Canadian television news presenter and journalist. She is most famous for her work on the TVA network in Canada.
Sophie Thibault was born on May 2, 1961. She completed her high school education at Paul Gerin Lajoie d’Outremont School during the year 1975. Later in the year 1987, Sophie completed her graduation from college and got a bachelor's degree in Psychology.
A year later, she went to study journalism at Promedia School. She got her certification in journalism from the Faculty of Continuing Education at the University Of Montreal. After learning the craft, she was ready to apply her knowledge to the real world.
Sophie Thibault became a radio anchor by joining FIVE FM and CHAI which then merged with a magazine called La Vie en Rose and Protect Yourself. During the Summer of 1990, she covered the Oka Crisis. Later, she was given a chance to serve as a journalist in dealing with Hi Hello.
Sophie has appeared on the program, The Game of Life which was an animated presentation produced by his co-worker, Claude Charron. After the exit of Simon Durivage in the year 2001, Sophie appeared as the first women to be named as the Head of Antenna in North America. She took a major portion at the bulletin list and her recognition rose to the next heights.
The show Le TVA 22 heures was renamed to The New VAT of 22 Hours. It captured the attention of the audience and was able to boast a high rating. Almost 650,000 people were the close observers of this program and Sophie facilitated the show very comfortably. Later after some time, Thibault did a thesis in a subject called Women’s Perspective in newscasts and also president it to the United States of America.
Sophie Thibault has been successful in all her career endeavors and she has claimed many prestigious awards for her efforts and hard work. In a period from 2003 to 2006, she bagged multiple awards including Evening of the Rare Pearls Award, Best Reporters for the News Bulletin Award, Women of the Year Award, and Best Reporter Award by Prix MetroStar. She also won the title of Chevalier de l’Ordre de la Pleiade in the year 2006. During the year 2007, Thibault was honored by the television media Gala of Women as well.
During the year 2009, Sophie introduced her first novel publication called Like Mother, What Girl?
Sophie Thibault has not revealed any public information about his personal and private relationships.
Sophie's mother went through a severe disease called multiple sclerosis. Sophie arranged a campaign called the Gifts & Co, which was a program for the people suffering from multiple sclerosis. Her mom is a wonderful woman who served the television industry for more than 50 years.
In the year 2008, Sophie’s mother died from her multiple sclerosis disease. Sophie’s father, Mr. March Thibault worked as the head of information at Radio Canada. Sophie's father passed away in 2007.
|Birth Date:||25 Apr, 1965|
|Education:||École nationale d'administration|