Toni Lamond has starred in many productions both in Australia and overseas. Her Australian roles include Fraulein Schneider in Cabaret, Maggie Jones in 42nd Street, Mama Rose in Gypsy, Nancy in Oliver, and the title role in Wildcat. She has also appeared in the Australian productions of Annie Get Your Gun, Tunnel of Love, For Amusement Only and Pajama Game. Overseas she has performed Carry on Laughing in Bournemouth, and in the United States in Annie, Mame, 42nd Street, Oliver and Hello Dolly. Miss Lamond's television appearances include Three's Company, Eight is Enough, Murder She Wrote, The Love Boat, Starsky and Hutch, The Bob Newhart Show and The Johnny Carson Show. She was the first female host on In Melbourne Tonight. For the BBC she appeared on the Joan Reagan Variety Show and Andy Stewart Variety Shows. Miss Lamond has received the Logie Award twice for Best Entertainer and Most Popular Entertainer. In 1990 she won the Mo Award and the Variety Club Award. Her autobiography First Half, published in 1990, reached number one on the Bestseller list, eight days after its release.
Toni created the role of Ruth for Essgee's production of The Pirates. Since then she has played The Wardrobe in the Sydney production of Disney's Beauty and The Beast, has released her second CD as well as her second book. Toni has also embarked on recording and promoting a series of sing-a-long CDs for the elderly. Toni is still one of the country's foremost Cabaret and concert performers.

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