Miss World Of 1964 – Ann Sidney

Miss World Of 1964 – Ann Sidney
Date of birth: March 27, 1944
Place of birth: England
Profession: Actress, TV Host

Ann Sidney is a British actress, TV Host and beauty queen who won the 1964 Miss World contest representing the United Kingdom. Sidney moved to Poole when very young. She went to Martin Road School in Parkstone and then Martin Kemp-Welch secondary school, which later became St Aldhelm's Academy, leaving school at the age of 15. At first she took an apprenticeship in hairdressing, working in salons in Bournemouth, but then decided that she would rather be a model.

Sidney became the second woman from her country to win the title, after Rosemarie Frankland had won the title in 1961. The pageant was held in London, United Kingdom on 12 November 1964. It was watched on TV by a reported 27.2 million people in the UK alone. During her reign as Miss World, she travelled around the world five times and joined Bob Hope on his USO tour of Asia.

Both before and during her reign as Miss World, Sidney was dating Bruce Forsyth, who at the time was married to Penny Calvert.

In 2005 Sidney married the west end producer Duncan Weldon

List of All Miss World Winners

Post a Comment