|Estimated value:||€3 million|
|Country of origin:||Federal Republic of Germany|
|Source of Wealth:||German TV presenter|
Kai Pflaume is a very well-known TV presenter who has appeared in various television formats on public and private television. Kai Pflaume was actually born in the GDR and is therefore an East German TV presenter.
Born on May 27, 1967 in Halle an der Saale, his parents moved with him and his brother Ralph a year later in 1968 from Leuna to Leipzig. Kai Pflaume went to school there and graduated from high school in 1985. After graduating from high school, he did basic military service on Rügen from 1985 to 1987 and then began studying computer science at the Technical University of Magdeburg. When he moved from the GDR to the Federal Republic of Germany before the Wall came down in autumn 1989, he first had to reorient himself and began training as a securities dealer in Frankfurt am Main. After completing his training, Kai Pflaume became self-employed and began organizing and moderating events.
Kai Pflaume had one of his first appearances on television in 1991 when he appeared as a candidate on the ARD television program “Herzblatt”, which was moderated by none other than Rudi Carrell. A little later, in 1993, Kai Pflaume was discovered as a moderator at a casting. In 1995 he was finally able to start his television career on the RTL show “Only Love Counts”. From 1996 Kai Pflaume moderated many other shows and live events on Sat.1 such as “Die Glücksspirale” and “Rache ist sweet”, the “Lego Show”, “Die Comedy-Falle”, “Dreams come true” and many more. In addition to his appearances and the preparation of his moderations, Kai Pflaume is also successful as a businessman. He founded the company Promikativ GmbH in Offenbach am Main, with Kai Pflaume acting as a shareholder. This company places and markets celebrities for advertising. In addition, he repeatedly planned and moderated events for the broadcasting group “ProSieben” with the also well-known moderator Stefan Raab, as well as the second “TV total Turmsprung” and two of the “Wok World Championships”. In 2006 and 2007, Kai Pflaume moderated the live broadcasts of the UEFA Cup for Sat.1. Kai Pflaume regularly moderated the TV show “Jede Answer Counts” on Sat.1, which was broadcast from 2007 onwards. From September to October 2009 he was able to moderate the five-part casting show “Yes we can Dance”, which was also broadcast by Sat.1. One of Kai Pflaume’s other formats was the show “Only Love Counts”, which was broadcast on RTL from 1993. Kai Pflaume’s current formats include the ARD magazine “Drei bei Kai”, which is popular as a family magazine. When Barbara Schöneberger had to cancel, Kai Pflaume zue,m was able to moderate the well-known NDR Talk Show together with Hubertus Meyer-Burckhardt in 2013. Since 2014 there has also been the advice program “Hard to believe”, which Kai Pflaume moderates on NDR television. In addition, there is the advice program “Hard to believe!” as well as since 2015 the popular early evening show “Who knows for something?”, which is broadcast on the first.
In addition to the many mentioned and very popular shows on several television stations, Kai Pflaume has received various awards for his services to television. In 2003 he even received a Bambi for the well-known talent show “Star Search”. In the same year 2013, ARD television broadcast a four-part series of reports entitled “Show me your world”, in which people with Down syndrome were introduced. Kai Pflaume accompanied them in their everyday life and was awarded the Bavarian Television Prize in 2014 as moderator and discussion partner in this series.
“Sex was a popular sport in the GDR because we had fewer other distractions.”
Kai Pflaume is considered a heartthrob, which he owes to his looks and his charming and friendly nature.
The teachers didn’t always have it easy with Kai Pflaume at school because he was a bright student. Nevertheless, his performance was good, because he was able to complete his Abitur with a grade of 1.8.
Kai Pflaume is a so-called GDR refugee. Just a few weeks before the Wall came down, he fled to West Germany via Budapest in 1989. He arrived directly in Frankfurt am Main, where he completed an apprenticeship as a securities dealer. After graduation, he went straight to television.
Kai Pflaume is missing a fingertip on his right index finger. He squeezed this off at a door in the tender of two years.
Kai Pflaume loves terrestrial satellites. He has a great desire to fly to the moon once in his life.
|Estimated value:||€3 million|