Ann-Maree Biggar

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Ann-Maree Biggar is an Australian television presenter.[1]


In 1989, Biggar began hosting the children's morning program Agro's Cartoon Connection.[2][3]She remained on the show for a number of years, finishing up at the end of the 1995 season, before being replaced by Terasa Livingstone

In 1994 and 1995, she became a reporter on the travel show The Great Outdoors. This was followed by a move to the Nine Network as a regular on a relaunched version of In Melbourne Tonight with Frankie J. Holden.

In 2000, she became a reporter on Network Ten's morning show Good Morning Australia. After the program ended at the end of 2005, she joined the replacement show 9am with David & Kim, where she was also a reporter. She remained on the show until 2009.


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