|Born||18 July 1977|
|Occupation(s)||Television presenter, radio presenter|
Balázs Ottó Sebestyén (born 18 July 1977, Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian television presenter and winner of multiple "Story Ötcsillag" prizes.
Sebestyén began his career as presenter of a music request program. Since then, he has done a big number of variety shows mainly on RTL Klub.
In addition to many radio-television deal he signed a major breakfast show on Class FM with János Vadon and Ferenc Rákóczi.
|Hungarian name||Original format/English name||Channel||Year|
|Balázs show||Balázs show||RTL Klub||2003–2008|
|New York Poker Open||New York Poker Open||2007|
|Celeb vagyok, ments ki innen!||I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here!||2008–2014|
|A széf||Take It or Leave It||2007–2012|
|Kész átverés||Total Scam||2008–2009|
|Kalandra Fal!||Hole in the Wall||2009|
|X-Faktor (Season 1)||The X Factor||2010|
|Való Világ (Season 4-5)||Real World||2010–2012|
|Szerelem a legfelsőbb szinteken||Love in highest level||2011|
|1 perc és nyersz!||Minute to win it||2012-2017|
|A kód||The Exit List||2012|
|Vundersőn és Zuperszexi||Ant & Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway||2013|
|4N4LN – A családi játszma||Family Feud||2014|
|Gyertek át szombat este!||Hollywood Game Night||2015-2019|
|Hungary's Got Talent||Got Talent||2015|
|Kicsi óriások||Pequeños Gigantes USA||2016|
|Nyerő páros||Winning Couple||2016-2019|
|A Fal||The Wall||2017-2018|
|Álarcos énekes||Masked Singer||2020|
|Reggeli Torma||Breakfast horse-radish||Radio DeeJay||2004–2006|
|Morning Show||Morning Show||Class FM||2009-2016|
|Reggeli Show||Breakfast Show||Rádió 1||2017-present|
He was married in summer of 2009 to Viktória Horváth. They have two children Benett and Noel Sebestyén.
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