Pascal Balland Bio | Age, Early Life, Relationships, Net Worth
He is a French businessman, and son of publisher André Balland, best known for his numerous restaurants across Europe.
Pascal Balland Bio | Early Life
He was born July 6, 1971, to his father, André Balland, a French publisher.
His father, André, founded his own publishing house in 1966, known as “Editions Balland,” which he later sold to Jean-Jacques Augier. One of his published works, “Les Égarés” by Frédérick Tristan, won a Goncourt prize.
After his career as an editor, André wrote several novels and essays before passing away on December 12, 2001.
The media don’t know information about Pascal’s mother; what we do know is that he has three half brothers, and he is close to Philippe Balland, who is a consultant on TF1.
Although Pascal is exceptionally educated, he hasn’t released information about his educational background to the media.
Pascal Balland Bio | Career
Pascal being a restaurateur has several restaurants in the districts of Paris.
In 2004, he and Paul Baudaine opened a restaurant called “Cinq-Mars,” about the village Cinq-Mars-la-Pile.
Several years later, in 2015, he again opened another restaurant with his partner Julien Cohen. The establishment called the “Marzo” is dedicated to Italian gastronomy and is in the 7th arrondissement.
Due to how successful the establishment turned out to be, Pascal decided to open a second “Marzo” in the 16th arrondissement.
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Pascal Balland Bio | Personal Life
Pascal Balland was linked recently to Laeticia Hallyday, the fourth and last wife of Jonny Hallyday. He met the French media personality through mutual friends in 2019, during his holidays in Saint-Barthélémy.
However, in 2020, Laeticia announced their separation. Pascal has three children from three different women.
A son, “Max,” from his relationship with Lili Gion, two daughters, Mathilde and Madeleine.
What is Pascal Balland’s Net Worth
The French restaurateur is estimated to have a net worth of $10 million from business and his establishments.