Marian Bergeron

Marian Bergeron Brief Biography

Marian Bergeron (May 3, 1918 – October 22, 2002) was Miss America in 1933. She went on to a career in big-band singing and public speaking. She was a big supporter of the Miss America Pageant.

Bergeron, from West Haven, Connecticut, won the crown as the pageant returned to Atlantic City, New Jersey after a five year hiatus (see Timeline of major beauty pageants). She is the only Miss America to hail from New England, and she is also the youngest Miss America in history, winning the crown at the age of 15. She held the title for two years since no competition was held in 1934. One of the sponsors of the pageant, RKO pictures, refused to award Bergeron the prize of a screen test, claiming that she was too young.

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