Jean Philippe Cretton
Cretton in 2017
Jean Philippe Cretton Vásquez
21 January 1985
|Alma mater||Andrés Bello National University|
|Occupation||Television presenter, journalist, and musician|
Jean Philippe Cretton Vásquez (b. Victoria, 21 January 1985) is a Chilean television presenter and journalist. He was the co-hoster of Televisión Nacional de Chiles program Calle 7 until 31 August 2010, and main hoster beginning on 26 October of that year and until 2013.
Cretton Vásquez was born in 1985 where he spent most of his childhood. Years later, because of his father's work, he moved to Santiago de Chile, and began his studies there. Although he wanted to study music, he ended up studying journalism at Andrés Bello National University.
In February 2009, he joined Calle 7 in Televisión Nacional de Chile, with contests for the audience and also as the hoster of the online version, Calle 7 Online; He soon became the co-hoster of the programme, holding the position for a year, until 31 August 2010, when he decided to retire for personal reasons. However, he returned as the main host of the program on 26 October of that year.
He hosted an online show called Sería todo with journalist Nicolás Opazo. In September 2010, he began hosting Abre los ojos. He was awarded the TV Grama award for "Best Young Hoster" in 2010. He signed a three-year contract with Televisión Nacional de Chile that same year.
In radio, Cretton leads Radar 18-20 hrs in Rock and Pop from August 2013.
|2009-2013||Calle 7||Contest hoster (2009) /
Dual hoster (2009) / Co-hoster (2009-2010) /
Main hoster (2010-2013)
|2010||Abre los Ojos||Panelist||TVN|
|2012||El mejor de Chile||Backstage hoster||TVN|
|2013||Mentiras verdaderas||Hoster||La Red|
|Así somos||Panelist||La Red|
Cretton was a member of a band called Siberia, with which he recorded two studio albums as the vocalist, songwriter and guitarist. He is currently part of Crettinos, an electronic pop-rock duo, with Claudio Carrizo.