There are several famous people with the name "Toni" in pop culture, including soccer player Luca Toni, author Toni Morrison and singers Toni Braxton, Toni Basil and Toni Tennille. Other notable people named Toni are actress Toni Collette, basketball player Toni Kukoc and soccer players Toni Duggan and Toni Kroos.
Luca Toni was an Italian soccer player who participated in the 2006 World Cup-winning national team. He played for several Italian league teams, as well as the German team Bayern Munich. Toni Braxton is most famous for performing the hit songs "Un-Break My Heart" and "Breathe Again," and she has also acted in Broadway shows and a television reality show. Toni Morrison is most famous for being the first African-American woman to win a Nobel Prize in literature as well as winning a Pulitzer Prize for her 1987 book, "Beloved."