Oliver Pocher Biography
Oliver Pocher Biography – Oliver Pocher is a German comedian, performer, television personality, and host who was born on February 18, 1978.
|Date of Birth||February 18, 1978|
|Age||43 years (2021)|
Oliver Pocher Background
Oliver Pocher Background – Pocher was born and raised in Hanover, West Germany, as the son of Gerhard and Jutta Pocher. His parents and he were were raised as Jehovah’s Witnesses. Pocher revealed in 2007 that, unlike his parents, he had lost ties with the organization because he “did not agree with their standards.”
Oliver Pocher Education
Oliver Pocher Education – Pocher’s administration refuted reports that he had attended a Waldorf school. Pocher completed his insurance broker training at “Signal Iduna Bauspar AG” with flying colors.
Oliver Pocher Career
Oliver Pocher Career – He worked part-time at various radio stations and as a DJ in clubs and at family gatherings while completing his apprenticeship. He was also a member of the comedy group Holla-Bolla and a performer on the German chat show Birte Karalus. He worked for the Swiss life insurance business “Schweizerische Lebensversicherungs- und Rentenanstalt” (today: SwissLife) and the “HDI Lebensversicherung AG” after completing his apprenticeship (HDI life insurance)
Pocher made his first appearance on television on October 28, 1998, on Bärbel Schäfer’s afternoon chat show. Pocher was allowed five minutes to amuse the crowd.
He hosted the shows Chart Surfer Trash Top 100, Was geht ab, Planet Viva, and eventually his own show Alles Pocher,… or was? on September 29, 1999.
Pocher hosted the ProSieben show Rent a Pocher from January 2003 to April 14, 2006.
He released the track “Schwarz und Weiß” in 2006, which was dedicated to the 2006 FIFA World Cup. Pocher was cast as multiple pressbox speakers in a music video, and he performed the song in front of supporters dressed in Team Germany garb.
Pocher joined established late-night host Harald Schmidt’s show on the Das Erste television channel, dubbed Schmidt und Pocher, from October 2007 to April 2009.
In 2008, he released his third song, “Bringt ihn heim” (“bring him home”). It’s a song dedicated to the 2008 European Football Championship. “Bring en hei,” Baschi’s number-one song in Switzerland, is the original version.
Pocher’s contract was not renewed after April 2009, thus he was hired by Sat.1 to host Die Oliver Pocher Show, a late-night talk show. The show’s ratings were consistently lower than the station’s average, and they even declined with time until it was discontinued in March 2011.
Oliver Pocher Wife/Frau and Kids
Oliver Pocher Wife/Frau and Kids – Pocher was married to Alessandra “Sandy” Meyer-Wölden from 2010 till 2014. He is the father of four children. Pocher has been married to Amira Aly since 2017. He and his wife Amira Aly were both diagnosed with COVID-19 in March 2020.
Oliver Pocher Biography