Stephan Mikat –

Moderator Bayern

30 Jahre Moderation in Hörfunk und Fernsehen

Moderator Stephan Mikat: Das bin ich

Stephan Mikat wurde 1963 in Prien am Chiemsee geboren. Erste Bühnenerfahrungen sammelte er als Zwölfjähriger beim Priener Bauerntheater.
Der Startschuss zur Moderationskarriere fiel 1991, als er zunächst als freier Mitarbeiter bei Radio Charivari erste Mikrofonerfahrungen sammelte.

Anschließend folgten fast 15 Jahre bei Radio Chiemgau als Geschäftsführer, aber auch selbst am Mikrofon mit vielen On Air- und Off Air-Aufritten als Moderator.
2012 rief das Fernsehen (HSE24), hier war er als Haushaltsexperte im Werbefernsehen zu erleben. Weiterhin arbeitet Stephan Mikat als Markenbotschafter für die Humboldt Reisewelt und entführt seine Gäste mit Mulitmedia-Präsentationen in die Welt der Leserreisen u. a. auch für den Münchner Merkur.

Seit einigen Jahren ist er auch regelmäßig in kleinen Fernsehrollen (u. a. „Dahoam is Dahoam“) zu sehen.


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