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Paola Perego was born on 17 April, 1966 in Monza, Italy, is a Television host. At 54 years old, Paola Perego height is 5 ft 7 in (172.0 cm).

Now We discover Paola Perego's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of net worth at the age of 56 years old?

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Occupation Television host
Paola Perego Age 56 years old
Zodiac Sign Aries
Born 17 April 1966
Birthday 17 April
Birthplace Monza, Italy
Nationality Italian

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Who Is Paola Perego's Husband?

Her husband is Lucio Presta (m. 2011), Andrea Carnevale (m. 1990–1997)

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Husband Lucio Presta (m. 2011), Andrea Carnevale (m. 1990–1997)
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Children Giulia Carnevale, Riccardo Carnevale

Paola Perego Net Worth

She net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Paola Perego worth at the age of 56 years old? Paola Perego’s income source is mostly from being a successful Television host. She is from Italian. We have estimated Paola Perego's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2022 Under Review
Net Worth in 2021 Pending
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Source of Income Television host

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She came back to RAI in September 2010 hosting the afternoon show Se... a casa di Paola, aired from Monday to Friday by Rai 1: the program finished in June 2011. From 13 January to 2 March 2012 she host the prime time show Attenti a quei due - la sfida, aired on Friday by Rai 1. From November 2012 she host the prime time show Superbrain, aired on Saturday by Rai 1.


After a period of absence from the screen, she came back in TV in March 2010 replacing Barbara d'Urso in the primetime show Lo show dei record, aired by Canale 5. In May and June of the same year hosted the Italia 1 primetime show Wind Music Awards, recorded at the Verona Arena.


In September 2006 left hosting Verissimo and replaced Maurizio Costanzo in the Sunday show Buona domenica, giving rise to several criticisms of the quality of the content of the transmission. In June 2008 also hosted the pilot Il momento della verità, the Italian version of Nada más que la verdad, aired by Italia 1. In the 2008/2009 season Buona domenica was cancelled and she hosted a new Sunday show, Questa domenica. In autumn 2008 she also hosted the third of La talpa, on Italia 1, and from march to April 2009 has presented the fourth edition of the Italian version of The Farm, named La fattoria, on Canale 5.


After conducting Castrocaro Music Festival and Sanremo estate with Toto Cutugno, she came back to Mediaset in September 2005 hosting the second season of La talpa on Italia 1. In January 2006 replaced the journalists Benedetta Corbi and Giuseppe Brindisi in the afternoon infotainment show Verissimo, aired by Canale 5; the decision, taken by Mediaset leaders, has been criticized by the transmission's journalist staff.


In 2003 she made her return in RAI and remained until 2005. In that year she replaced Alda D'Eusanio in Rai 2's Al posto tuo show, In February 2004 has led to success the Italian version of The Mole, named La talpa, replacing Amanda Lear who left after the first episode.


She returned to Fininvest, which had become Mediaset, in 1996, and after hosting the short show Aspettando Beautiful replaced Rita Dalla Chiesa in the historical transmission Forum, aired by Retequattro. She has remained in Forum for six years, until 2003. In 2002 hosted a primetime show on Retequattro, named I sette vizi capitali.


In 1991 she moved to Telemontecarlo where she presented Settimo squillo with Remo Girone, and the primetime medicine show Quando c'è la salute, with Tiberio Timperi during the 1991/1992 season. The next year she signed a contract with RAI and, from 1992 to 1996, hosted the daily shows Mattina due, In famiglia, Pomeriggio in famiglia and Mattina in famiglia, initially with Alessandro Cecchi Paone and then Massimo Giletti.


Perego was born in Monza. She spent her first twenty years in Brugherio where her grandparents lived. She made her debut in 1982 as a model after visiting a friend in Milan. In 1983 she started working in TV in the local station Antenna 3 Lombardia with comedians Ric e Gian and Teo Teocoli in Ric e Gian graffiti. She was noticed by the Fininvest television network and signed a contract with it in 1984.


She started working on Italia 1 with Marco Columbro in the primetime show Autostop, and during the 1980s worked in several entertainment and sports shows including Record, Superecord, American Ball, Cadillac, Grand Prix, Azzurro and Calciomania.


Paola Perego (Italian pronunciation: [ˈpaːola ˈpɛːreɡo] , born 17 April 1966) is an Italian television host.