Pilín León

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Pilín León
Beauty pageant titleholder
Born Carmen Josefina León Crespo
(1963-05-19) May 19, 1963 (age 51)
Maracay, Aragua state, Venezuela
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)
Measurements 91-61-91 (36-24-36)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Brown
Title(s) Miss World Venezuela 1981
Miss World 1981
Major
competition(s)
Miss Venezuela 1981
(1st runner-up)
(Miss World Venezuela)
Miss World 1981
(Winner)
(Miss World Americas)

Pilín León (born Carmen Josefina León Crespo, May 19, 1963) writer for newspapers who won the 1981 Miss World pageant, held in London, United Kingdom, representing Venezuela.

León was born in Maracay, Aragua. She became the second Venezuelan (Susana Duijm was the first in 1955) to win the title. As Miss World 1981, she was the first celebrity to switch on the Christmas lights in Oxford Street in 1981.

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Awards and achievements
First Miss World Americas
1981
Succeeded by
Dominican Republic Mariasela Álvarez
Preceded by
Hilda Abrahamz
Miss World Venezuela
1981
Succeeded by
Michelle Shoda