Tawny Little

Tawny Little Biography

Tawny Elaine Little (née Godin; born September 15, 1956, Portland, Maine) is an American television presenter and former Miss America (1976).


Little was Miss America for 1976 and later became a well-known anchorwoman in Los Angeles, California. In the past, Little worked at KABC-TV, KCAL-TV and KCOP, and has also co-hosted a local talk show called A.M. LA with Steve Edwards. She made appearances in films such as Rocky II and Money Talks.

Personal life

She was formerly married to physician Miles Little, Dukes of Hazzard star John Schneider, and CBS executive Don Corsini. She has two sons, JJ and Chris, with Don Corsini.

She is currently married to Los Angeles-based lawyer Rick Welch, with whom she has one son, Cole. She was mentioned in passing in the song "Reagan der Fuhrer" by Orange County punk rock band D.I. In three different versions, she's referred to as "Tawny Little," "Tawny Schneider" and "Tawny Welch"

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