Erin Jayne Plummer Wiki
Erin Jayne Plummer Biography
Who was Erin Jayne Plummer ?
AUSTRALIAN TV presenter Erin Jayne Plummer has died “suddenly” at the age of 42.
The star, best known for hosting the talk show Studio 10, has been described as a “beautiful human inside and out” by heartbroken colleagues following her death over the weekend.
TV presenter Erin Jayne Plummer dies at 42
The Studio 10 presenter died ‘suddenly’ over the weekendCredit: Ten
Erin’s cause of death has not been released.
She leaves behind her husband and three young daughters.
How old was Erin Jayne Plummer ?
She was 42 year old.
Cause of Death
Confirming the star’s death, Erin’s devastated Channel 10 colleague Sarah Harris hailed her as a “gold medal mother” in an emotional tribute.
She told viewers: “We have some really sad news to share this morning.
“Over the weekend, Studio 10 lost a bit of its shine with the sudden passing of our friend and infomercial host Erin Jayne.
“For two decades, Erin Jayne has been a friendly and familiar face on Australian television, she has long been brightening our mornings with her bubbly personality and megawatt smile of hers.
“Erin was just a beautiful human inside and out and if it wasn’t for television, Erin Jayne might have had a career in sports.
She “she represented Australia in synchronized swimming and even lifeguarding in surfing.
“There is no doubt that Erin Jayne was a high achiever and certainly a gold medal mother to her three daughters.
“Your sunshine will be missed at the Erin Jayne studio, and all of us here send lots of love and strength to her family.”
Erin rose to fame after being cast in a tourism campaign broadcast on NBC in the US after being discovered on Manly Beach in Sydney.
She continued to deliver advertorial content on Aussie TV for over two decades, working on MTV, The Morning Show and Totally Active TV.
Erin was also one of the faces of Aerobics Oz Style for six years, which has over 40 million viewers worldwide at its peak.
An accomplished athlete, Erin represented Australia in synchronized swimming and surf lifesaving, winning 11 national titles.