Panda Lisner (born Joan Dorothy Kelly; 29 August 1930 – 2011) was an Australian television presenter, most notable for her work during the early days of Australian television.
Lisner is arguably best known for her time as a "barrel girl" on variety show, In Melbourne Tonight.
During her television career, she won a number of Logie Awards including the TV Star of the Year Award (which was renamed the Gold Logie) at the first Australian television awards ceremony in 1959. Lisner was also awarded Logies for being Best Female Personality (Nine Network) in 1960, Most Popular Female (Victoria) in 1961 and Most Popular Female (Victoria) in 1963.
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