Linda Hooks

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Linda Hooks
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Born 1952
Liverpool, Lancashire, England

Linda Hooks (born Liverpool, Lancashire, 1952) is the second delegate from Great Britain to win the Miss International crown in 1972,[1] three years after Valerie Susan Holmes earned the title.

Hooks' success in the Miss International in Tokyo, Japan paved the way towards a modelling and acting career. During the mid-1970s, she appeared regularly on Anglia Television as an assistant to Nicholas Parsons in the British version of the popular quiz show Sale of the Century. She also appeared in several Carry On films made during the mid-1970s.

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  1. ^ "Pageant Almanac".  Retrieved on 11 Apr 2008.