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Toni Marsh (born 19 November 1968, in Rotorua) is a former weather presenter on TV3 in New Zealand. In 2003, she was rated 3rd Sexiest Woman in New Zealand's TV Guide Best Of The Box awards, [1] and in 2006 was rated Best Presenter Weather and Sexiest Woman. [2]

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Marsh was previously a host on Max TV, [3] then moved on to Channel Z, and then to TV3. She worked part-time from 2003 to 2005 in the mornings reading the news for The Edge's Morning Madhouse.

Marsh has also helped out with the JingleBail Fund, a children's Christmas charity run by The Edge, where in 2003 she auctioned a dinner date with herself on TradeMe, [4] followed in 2004 by an auction where she agreed to record her voice on the winner's answering machine. [5]

She married Paul Gunn on 9 October 2010 [6] and resigned from TV3 at the end of the year to have a baby. [7]

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References

  1. TV Guide Best Of The Box Winners
  2. TV Guide readers put 3News on top
  3. Bertram, Gavin. "Max TV - Not given lightly". Audio Culture. Retrieved 13 January 2015.
  4. Dinner date with Toni Marsh TV3
  5. Toni Marsh to record your voicemail message
  6. "Toni's weather-perfect big day". the New Zealand Herald. 10 October 2010.
  7. "Toni Marsh leaving TV3 to have baby". The New Zealand Herald. 16 December 2010. Retrieved 17 December 2010.