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Tom Blom

Dutch television presenter, radio host and program maker
The basics
Occupation Television presenter Radio personality Program maker
Country Netherlands
Date of birth The Hague, South Holland, Netherlands, Kingdom of the Netherlands
Date of death Jul 03, 2017
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Tom Blom (25 September 1946 – 3 July 2017) was a Dutch television and radio presenter. He was born and died in The Hague.

In 1975, Blom made his television debut as an announcer at The Johnny Kraaijkamp Show. Later, he was a presenter of the record program De Eerste de Beste (together with Walter Tiemessen). From 1983, Blom was a commentator and co-presenter at Te land, ter zee en in de lucht, together with Tom Mulder and Jack van Gelder.

In 1989 he stopped these activities after switching to Joop van den Ende's failed television channel TV10. From 2000. Blom returned as commentator at Te land, ter zee en in de lucht.

Blom died on 3 July 2017 at the age of 70.

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