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Jean-Luc Delarue: this amazing role played by Stéphanie, her headset, in her addiction to drugs


For more than a decade, Jean-Luc Delarue was an essential animator, omnipresent producer of cult shows, with Reservoir Prod, before disappearing in 2012, following cancer.

The reverse of the “ideal son-in-law” has been drug addiction which led him into a real descent into hell. If Jean-Luc Delarue had everything to succeed, he could above all count on his close collaborators like Stephanie Guerinhis headset, which knew how to calm his trance.

Today “earpiece” by Faustine Bollaert, in the show “it starts today” of which she is a producer, Stephanie Guerin has long been the voice that soothed “the man in the headset”, Jean-Luc Delarue who managed teams, programs and Reservoir Prod with a masterful hand for a little over a decade.

Stéphanie Guérin “being his headset was a kind of grail”

From his former boss, Stephanie Guerin retains above all what he taught and passed on to her in the profession, what she is now trying to teach Faustine Bollaert in her turn. In our columns, she returned to her link to Jean-Luc Delarue and the boss he had been during all their years of working together. “He was an incredible captain but as much a driving force as a brake”, she remembers, also remembering that when she saw him for the first time for a debriefing of “it’s being discussed”, she had wondered “whether he was completely mad or revolutionary”. When the star host asks her to become his headset, Stephanie felt the relationship between them evolve. “Being his headset was a kind of Grail” she smiled, I became the confidante, the shrink, the nurse, I fed him with anecdotes about the guests.”

But its role as a headset was not limited to that, since it also played a saving role for Jean-Luc Delarue, at the darkest time of his life. “When he was plagued by his addictions, I took it upon myself to alert him when he was sweating or his flow became incomprehensible.” she explained. Support from the animator until the end, she knows that his teachings have forged her and taught her everything she knows today in the profession of producer and has kept the best memories of him. “He put loyalty first, second only to professionalism. He loved giving people a second chance, and his mantra ‘it’s impossible so we’re going to do it!'” A giggle at the end of the program reconnects her to her former boss, whom she looks up to in case of “stroke of softness”, another ten years after his disappearance.

An interview to be found in full in your Télé Star, this Monday, August 15

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