Having recently released an autobiography entitled My name was Franck, Vincent Lagaf ‘confided during an interview for Seven to Eight on TF1, during which he notably mentioned the day when his adoptive mother forgot him in a car. .
After having revealed his comic talents to the general public during his participation in the program La Classe on France 3, Vincent Lagaf’ was recruited as an animator by TF1 during the 90s. The comedian will quickly establish himself as one of the most popular presenters on the first channel, notably by embodying a cult game: Bigdil. Officiating now on the antenna of RMC Découvertethe former host of the Just price has recently made people talk about him by releasing an autobiographical book, called My name was Frank. It is precisely within the framework of the promotion of this work that Vincent Lagaf’ gave an interview to Audrey Crespo Mara.
The journalist interviewed the host at length about his life for the program Seven to eight, presented by Harry Roselmack Sunday April 9, 2023 on TF1. During this interview, the companion of Thierry Ardisson notably mentioned the adoptive mother of his guest. “Your mother, does she even forget you?“, thus asked Audrey Crespo-Mara. “Everywhere, she forgot me in the car, she forgot me in the bath, she forgot me at the supermarket checkout… We went to see The Jungle Book… and she forgot about me at the movies. And I got yelled at“, revealed Vincent Lagaf’.
Vincent Lagaf’ on his biological mother: “She recognized me but she didn’t want to see me”
During another interview granted to our colleagues from TV Star, the host revealed how he found his biological mother. “In 2007, I shot my film Le Baltringue in Rouen. I contacted the prosecutor there, because I knew that I had been adopted from the Welfare Nursery. While driving me home, his secretary asked me to call her back in the evening: ‘I will give you the address of your mother who is remarried’. With my wife Natalie, we rang at his door. She wowed me, telling me that she recognized me but didn’t want to see me. I insisted. On the phone, she understood that I was not just Lagaf’, that I was her son. So she arranged to meet me at a cafe, because she didn’t want her husband to know“, explained Vincent Lagaf’.