Kareen Guiock

Born: 1978 (45 yo)

Citizenship : France
Ethnicity : Guadeloupean father and a mother from Martinique

Occupation : TV Host, Journalist...
Active Years: 2001 to present


Kareen Guiock is a radio journalist and French television.


Born from a Guadeloupean father and a mother from Martinique, Kareen Guiock happens during adolescence seven years in Guyana. After graduation, she obtained a Master of Philosophy.

In 2001, Kareen Guiock between the drafting of the Turbo magazine on M6, and then animates from 2007, a free radio show called "Laisse parler les gens" on Tropiques FM. In 2010, she collaborated on the news of M6, where she holds the column on the questions of Internet users in late JT Explain.

From mid-July to mid-August 2011, Kareen Guiock replaces Xavier de Moulins, the presentation of the evening news on M6, Le 19:45.

In 2012, she became ambassador for the Association for Information and Prevention of Sickle Cell Disease (APIPD).

In March 2012, Kareen Guiock part in the Rallye Aïcha des Gazelles with Juliette Fiévet.

In September 2012, it replaces Aida Touihri the presentation of the journal The midday 12:45, Monday to Friday broadcast on M6.

In 2014, she presents the show's most beautiful region of France for several weeks on Thursday night in prime time on M6.



Kareen Guiock is also singer-songwriter. In 2003, she wrote several texts on the album In the life of the singer, Saya. In 2009 she began a tour with singer Dominique Panol and records a duet with him O comba which she wrote the text for the album His sé lov released in 2010. In 2011, it is on the album bassist Guadeloupe, Thierry Fanfant, that we find. She interprets the bark of which she also wrote the lyrics. Kareen Guiock regularly concerts with his own compositions.

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  • 2001-2010 Turbo (on M6 TV)
  • 2007-2010 Laisse parler les gens (on Tropique FM radio)
  • 2010-2011 News (on M6 TV)
  • 2011-present 19:45 evening news (on M6 TV)