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Liza Fromer


After a five-year hiatus, Liza Fromer returns to morning television as host of Global Toronto’s ground breaking morning program The Morning Show.

Witty, charming and energetic, Liza’s vast television experience paired with her honest, straightforward approach makes her the perfect fit for The Morning Show’s unprecedented approach.

Born in Kitchener, Ontario, Liza moved to Toronto, where she graduated with a degree in Radio and Television Arts from Ryerson University. While in school, Liza gained early broadcast experience volunteering in Q107’s newsroom.

Liza began her career in television as co-host of YTV’s Video & Arcade Top Ten and Clips before hosting Good Morning Toronto on The Weather Network from 1995 to 1997. After a stint in Calgary, where she anchored A-Channel’s first-ever newscast, and Los Angeles where she worked for CBS, Liza returned to Toronto in 2001 to co-host CityTV’s Breakfast Television morning show.

In 2006, Liza hosted her own series, The List, for Shaw Media’s SLICE network and was a regular contributor to Newstalk 1010’s Moore in the Morning program. Liza has also co-authored a series of children’s books.

An avid supporter of charitable causes, Liza travelled to Tanzania, East Africa alongside Mike Holmes in support of the international charity SOS Children’s Villages. Dedicated to helping orphaned and abandoned children, Liza described her experiences working with the charity as life-changing. Liza lives in Toronto with her two children.

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