Taryn Onofaro

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Taryn Onofaro is an Australian television presenter. Born 10 October 1979 in Perth, Western Australia,[1] she attended the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts.[2] During this time she worked on Perth breakfast radio and on the now defunct Access 31 community television station.[3]

Following her graduation from WAAPA, she produced the Showcase WA show for Access 31, which helped her gain a role on Channel 9's Y? programme,[2] and then continued on to Queensland Escapes. However, before this show began airing on 9, Taryn was poached by the Seven Network for The Great South East, Creek to Coast and Queensland Weekender.[1] For some time she was on both shows, which aired in the same timeslot, she also hosts the Queensland Lottery.[2]

Taryn is working in Perth as a presenter on Postcards Australia from 2009 to 2011.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Toulson, Andy (27 May 2004), "Taryn's travel bug Bubbly TV host Taryn Onofaro talks to Andy Toulson about her love of travel", Townsville Bulletin
  2. ^ a b c Lion, Patrick (3 February 2007), "Me and my motor with Taryn Onofaro", The Courier Mail
  3. ^ Tomlinson, Damien (18 May 2003), "Mother knows best on saving matters", Sunday Mail