Marc de Hond

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Marc de Hond

Marc David de Hond (21 September 1977 – 3 June 2020) was a Dutch television presenter, businessman, writer, theatre performer and basketball player. He played for the Dutch wheelchair basketball team during the Paralympic Games. He was also a discjockey for radio 3FM and Caz!.[1]

He presented on television programs such as Expedition Unlimited for LLiNK, De Rekenkamer for KRO at Nederland 3 and was the regular commentator for poker competitions at RTL 7.

In 2002, de Hond became paralyzed because of a spinal cord caused by spinal cancer. In 2018, he was diagnosed with bladder cancer. de Hond died from the diseases on 3 June 2020 in Amsterdam, aged 42.[2]

Marc de Hond was born in Amsterdam. He is of Jewish origin and son of television personality Maurice de Hond.[2]

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