The TV show host Igor Bogdanoff died at the age of 72. Here is all you want to know, and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
TV show host known for being on various shows throughout the 1970s and through the 2000s, including Time X and X-Rays. These shows involved deep science and cosmology, and he co-hosted them with his twin brother, Grichka.
He began his career hosting the show Time X in 1979. The show ended in 1989. He received a PhD in theoretical physics from the University of Burgundy in 2002.
In the 2000s, he appeared to have undergone plastic surgery that pulled up his cheekbones and chins. The two brothers were involved in the Bogdanov Affair which saw controversy surrounding the publication of a series of articles that were published about theoretical physics. He liked to play guitar and banjo.
How did Igor Bogdanoff die?
Grichka and Igor Bogdanoff became France’s most famous twins, hosting a TV science and science-fiction show in the 1980s on a spaceship set. They died of coronavirus within days of each other in hospital, Grichka on 28 December and his brother on Monday. Aged 72, the brothers had not been vaccinated against Covid-19.