Tiffany Doorn

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Tiffany Doorn
Beauty pageant titleholder
Tiffany Doorn 1.jpg
Picture of Miss Washington 2006
Born Tiffany Tessa Doorn
1982 (age 32–33)
Woodinville, Washington, U.S.
Height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Hair color Blonde
Eye color Green
Title(s) Miss Washington USA 2006
Miss USA 2006

Tiffany Tessa Doorn (born 1982) is a beauty queen from Woodinville, Washington who has competed in the Miss USA pageant.

Doorn won the Miss Washington USA 2006 title in a state pageant held in late 2005.[1] She had previously placed fourth runner-up in the 2005 competition. In April 2006, Doorn represented Washington in the Miss USA 2006 pageant broadcast live from Baltimore, Maryland, which was won by Tara Conner of Kentucky

Doorn was born and raised in Bellevue and Woodinville, where she currently resides. A graduate from Woodinville High School, Tiffany furthered her education at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, where she was actively involved in student affairs and as a cheerleader.[2] In 2005, she received a degree in Communications along with a minor in Religion.

Prior to winning the Miss Washington USA title, Doorn volunteered with various charitable organizations, including Children’s Hospital, Angel Tree Network, Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation, Starlight Starbright Children’s Foundation, Ronald McDonald House of Washington, Union Gospel Mission, Stanley Stamm Summer Camp (Children’s Hospital) and others.

From December 2005 to date, Doorn has helped to raise awareness and funds for many of the aforementioned organizations and others. Her hobbies and interests include acting, dancing, singing, volunteering, kickboxing, traveling, scrapbooking and photography.

Doorn worked as a spokesmodel for Toyota and as a swimsuit fit model for Lucky Brand and Betsey Johnson for over two years.

Work keeps coming for Doorn, having recent success in soap operas and booking three feature films, due to start production in late summer of 2009. In late summer 2009, Doorn was one of ten young ladies selected to represent Porsche as a spokesmodel and marketing representative. Doorn resides in Los Angeles, still modeling when she's not on the road with Porsche.


  1. ^ Stone, Deborah (2005-11-21). "And the winner of the Miss Washington USA pageant is …". NW News. Retrieved 2006-12-20. [dead link]
  2. ^ Jenkins, Kat (2006-03-03). "PLU represented in national pageant programs". The Mast (Pacific Lutheran University). Retrieved 2006-12-20. 

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Preceded by
Amy Crawford
Miss Washington USA
Succeeded by
LeiLani Jones