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Jeniene Mapp-Testa, the children's television host best known for her role on Saturday Disney in the 90s, has died.
The media personality passed away last week after ongoing dialysis treatment.
Mapp-Testa was an original host of Saturday Disney from 1990 alongside James Sherry and Sofie Formica.
She worked with Disney Australia for 14 years before launching Disney Channel in Australia, hosting Studio D and Playhouse Disney from 1997 to 2003.
Mapp-Testa often documented her dialysis treatment on social media, with her final Instagram post thanking hospital staff for making her birthday 'so special'.
Jeniene Mapp-Testa (pictured), a children's television host from the 90s and best known for her role on Saturday Disney, has died
Fellow television host Shelley Craft shared a tribute to the star via social media on Sunday.
Craft took over Mapp-Testa's hosting duties on Saturday Disney in 1996.
'This week saw the passing of Jeniene Mapp Testa. One of the OG Disney