TV presenter Saud Al-Dosari dies in Paris, Died at 46

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Dead, Saud al-Dosari, born September 24, 1968 and died August 7, 2015, he was a Saudi television presenter, best known for his work for the Middle East Broadcasting Center (MBC). He was born in Dilam, Al-Kharj.

He began his career on the radio where he was a news presenter.

He hosted a number of shows, including “Good Morning Arabia” and “Haneen,” which highlighted Arab celebrities with one-on-one interviews.

He also hosted a live show from Cairo. He worked with several TV and radio organizations, including MBC, Orbit and Rotana Khaleejia.

His many accolades included being the recipient of the Best Arab TV Presenter Award in 1995 and the Gordons Trophy in 2010.

Al-Dosari died at the age of 46 from a heart attack in Paris, France. He was later laid to rest in Riyadh.