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Pavel Bartoș (July 2012)
|Born||20 January 1975|
Miercurea Ciuc, România
|Occupation||Actor, television presenter|
Pavel Bartoș (Romanian pronunciation: [ˈpavel ˈbartoʃ] ; born 20 January 1975, Miercurea Ciuc) is a Romanian actor and television presenter.
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Românii au talent is a TV show which began airing on 18 February 2011. The project acts as a Romanian version of the franchise Got Talent, developed by Simco Limited. The show is hosted by Smiley and Pavel Bartoș, while the opening judge panel consisted of singer Andra, presenter Andi Moisescu, and dancer Mihai Petre; following Petre's exclusion for the fifth season, TV presenter Mihaela Rădulescu and actor Florin Călinescu joined the panel. The winner of "Românii au talent" is awarded with €120,000.
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