Erin Jayne Plummer was a regular on Australian breakfast television for a number of years. She was a talented television presenter with roles on Studio 10 and Today Extra, working alongside the likes of Sarah Harris, Angela Bishop and Sylvia Jeffreys.
This week, news broke that Plummer had passed away at the age of 42, survived by her husband and three young daughters.
"For two decades, Erin Jayne has been a friendly and familiar face on Australian television. For a lot of that, she's been brightening up our mornings with her bubbly personality and megawatt smile. Erin was just a gorgeous human, inside and out."
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If it wasn't for her passion for TV, Bishop said Plummer could have had a very successful sporting career.
She was an accomplished synchronised swimmer who represented Australia at three world championships and won 11 national titles. She also represented Australia in surf life-saving.
But Plummer put her sporting aside when she was scouted at Sydney's Manly Beach and cast in a tourism campaign that aired across America.
From that moment on, she worked in television, working as a "professional spruiker" in advertorials.
During her career she appeared on Studio 10, TVSN, Mornings with Kerri-Anne, Today Extra and The Morning Show.
She also kept her sporting prowess up, working as a presenter for Aerobics Oz Style for six years, which reached a global audience of 40 million at one point.