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The company

La Grosse Equipe (The Big Team !) is a production company created in 2005 by Thibaut Valès, Jeremy Michalak and Zumeo.

A specialist in format creation, La Grosse Equipe is one of the leading independent production companies in France and produces nearly 250 hours of programmes every year.

The founders

Thibaut Valès

In 1998, Thibaut Vales took part in the creation of íTélé and founded the firm Cinéquanon, specialising in sponsored programmes. Cinéquanon produced programmes for TF1 and M6 at the outset, then diversified its activities on the web, going as far as to produce the sitcom “Brother and Brother” for Canal+.

In 2003, Thibaut Valès discovered the actor and comedian Arnaud Ducret, proceeded to launch his career, and continues to produce him to this day on stage, cinema and television.

Jérémy Michalak

He embarked on his career in 1998 with the M6 Group.

A writer, journalist, voice-over specialist, columnist and presenter, he joined France Télévision in 2006 alongside Laurent Ruquier, then worked with Alessandra Sublet on France 5, and finally on his own on France 2 to present ONDAR and Face à la Bande.

Jérémy started on the radio at the age of 19 with One FM in Geneva, then went on to join Europe 1, and to join the band of Les grosses têtes in 2015 on RTL.

Alexandre Dos Santos (Zuméo)

Zuméo launched his career in 1997 on Fun Radio. He quickly became a presenter on Fun TV.

Before launching Morning Live alongside Michael Young, and then presenting the morning shows on M6 as of 2005.

The M6 Group then entrusted him with several projects, including the presentation of the programme Tubissimo, broadcast every day, live, for more than 2 hours.