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Encyclopedia > Toni Thompson
Shortland Street character
Nurse Toni Thompson Warner
Played by Laura Hill
Duration 2001-present
Gender Female
Marital Status Married
Occupation Nurse
Siblings Dominic Thompson (brother - deceased)
Spouse(s) Dr. Chris Warner
Children Harry Warner
Other Relatives Sir Bruce Warner (father-in-law)
Lady Margot Warner (mother-in-law)
Dr. Guy Warner (brother-in-law)
Amanda Warner (sister-in-law)
Carmen Roberts (sister-in-law), Tuesday Warner (neice)

Toni Warner (nee Thompson) is a fictional character in the New Zealand TV drama Shortland Street. She is a nurse at the Shortland Street medical centre. She is married to Dr. Chris Warner. Laura Hill is a brillient actress for the local New Zealand Drama Shortland Street. ... Dr. Chris Warner is a fictional character in the long running New Zealand soap Shortland Street. ... Shortland Street is a New Zealand soap opera set in a modern metropolitan Auckland City hospital. ... Dr. Chris Warner is a fictional character in the long running New Zealand soap Shortland Street. ...


Toni has a brother Dominic Thompson who killed Dr. Geoff Greenlaw and PA Avril Lucich.


She has been portrayed by Laura Hill since 2001. Laura Hill is a brillient actress for the local New Zealand Drama Shortland Street. ...





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Tony Thompson (127 words)
Following the temporary disbanding of Chic in 1981, Thompson was much in demand with producer Nile Rogers and appeared with artists, such as David Bowie on his 1983 Let's Dance album.
Thompson's distinctive heavy drum sound can also be heard on The Powerstation's 1985 debut album.
Thompson is currently involved with a film soundtrack project with guitarist Jimmy Page.
Tony Thompson vs. Dominick Guinn (June 28, 2006) (889 words)
Thompson continued to pull away in the second half of the fight and returned to scoring not only from distance but also in close quarters against his opponent, who repeatedly made the mistake of moving right rather than left.
Thompson connected with a number of punishing shots and referee Jon Schorle seemed on the verge of halting the contest simply because Guinn was unable to return fire.
Thompson continued to tee off on Guinn for the rest of the round, and he was forced to retreat and simply offered little to no resistance.
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