Alice Tumler (born 11 November 1978) is an Austrian television presenter.
Early life and education
Tumler was born in Innsbruck and is the daughter of an Austrian father with Slovenian-Italian descent and a French mother from the island of Martinique. At the age of 19, she moved to London, where she studied journalism, media and sociology, and later moved to Paris where she participated in theater courses at the Cours Florent.
Tumler's career as a television presenter began in 2004 with French music channel TraceTV. She has also worked for the Franco-German TV network, Arte and French national channel France 3.
Since 2013, she has hosted the ORF talent show Die große Chance alongside Andi Knoll. In May 2015, she jointly hosted the Eurovision Song Contest 2015 with Mirjam Weichselbraun and Arabella Kiesbauer at the Wiener Stadthalle in Vienna.
In October 2015, Governor Günther Platter named her Tyrolean of the Year.
Tumler speaks four languages fluently, German, English, French and Italian and is proficient in Spanish and Portuguese. She has a daughter.