Stacey Morrison

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Stacey Morrison
Born Stacey Daniels
1973/1974 (age 43–44)
Christchurch, New Zealand
Nationality New Zealand
Occupation Television host, radio host, actor, MC
Years active 1990–present
Television What Now, It's in the Bag, Mai Time,Whānau Living
Spouse(s) Scotty Morrison (m. 2006)
Children 3

Stacey Morrison (née Daniels, born c.1974) is a New Zealand television and radio host.

Personal life[edit]

The daughter of long-time radio host James Daniels,[1] Stacey grew up in Christchurch, New Zealand and attended Aranui High School.[2] She married Te Karere presenter, Scotty Morrison in Rotorua on 7 January 2006.[3] They have three children together.[4] Stacey speaks fluent Te Reo Maori and is very active in promoting Maori language, culture and health.[5]


In 1990, when Stacey was only 18 years old, she landed her first role on the popular New Zealand children's show What Now.[5] However she is better known as a host on the TV show Mai Time during the late 1990s.[6] In 2002, Stacey was nominated for her work on Mai Time in the Best Presenter category at the 2002 TV Guide New Zealand Television Awards.[7] Since then she has added a string of credits to her resume, including hosting radio shows on Mai FM, Flava and Classic Hits FM. In 2009, Stacey signed on to co-host a new version of the hit show It's in the Bag, with Pio Terei on Maori Television.[8]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ Emma Clifton (2014-03-27). "Stacey Morrison's family business: Making Dad proud". New Idea. 
  2. ^ "Profile - Public Speaking". Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  3. ^ Blanchard K, Brown A. "TV stars marry in Rotorua". Rotorua Daily Post. Retrieved 9 January 2006. 
  4. ^ Bertrand, K. "Stacey Morrison: Raising hope". New Zealand Woman's Weekly. Retrieved 2 April 2013. 
  5. ^ a b "Profile - Speaker Link". Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  6. ^ "Agent - Booking Page". Retrieved 6 June 2013. 
  7. ^ "The TV Guide New Zealand Television Awards 2002 - finalists". Onfilm Magazine. Retrieved 20 June 2002. 
  8. ^ "NZonSCREEN - Official Page". Retrieved 6 June 2013. 

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