Carolyn Suzanne Sapp

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Carolyn Suzanne Sapp
Born 1967
Alma mater Hawaii Pacific University
Occupation Entertainer
Title Miss Hawaii 1991
Miss America 1992
Predecessor Marjorie Vincent
Successor Leanza Cornett

Carolyn Suzanne Sapp (born 1967) is Miss America 1992 and the former Miss Hawaii 1991. She is a graduate of Hawaii Pacific University, which also sponsored her entry pageant into the Miss Hawaii contest. Before being crowned Miss America 1992, Sapp had already participated in Miss Hawaii three times.

After her reign, Sapp starred as herself in the autobiographical television movie Miss America: Behind the Crown, which depicted the physically abusive relationship between her and pro football player Nuu Faaola, whom she dated before her Miss Hawaii tenure.

Sapp is interviewed in Andrew Munger's 2007 documentary Wal*Mart Nation.

Awards and achievements
Preceded by
Marjorie Vincent
Miss America
1992
Succeeded by
Leanza Cornett
Preceded by
Cheryl Toma
Miss Hawaii
1991
Succeeded by
Lani Stone
Preceded by
Mairead O'Connor
National Sweetheart
1990
Succeeded by
Leanza Cornett

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