| 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
54.3 kg (120 lb)
| Karen Dianne Baldwin|
September 6, 1963 (age 52)London, Ontario, Canada (1963-09-06)
Miss Canada 1982(Winner)Miss Universe 1982(Winner)
London Central Secondary School
Jack Scalia (m. 1987–1996), Howard Baldwin
Miss Canada, Miss Universe 1982
Olivia Scalia, Jacqueline Scalia
Sudden Death, Ray, Before We Go, Sahara, Death Sentence
Jack Scalia, Howard Baldwin, Lorraine Downes, Margaret Gardiner, Deborah Carthy‑Deu
Karen Dianne Baldwin Wikipedia
Karen Dianne Baldwin (born September 6, 1963) is a Canadian actress, TV host and beauty queen who was crowned Miss Universe 1982. she was the first Canadian who won Miss Universe title.
Baldwin was born in London, Ontario. Her father William is president of a real estate agency. Her mother Marion is a real estate broker. She has two brothers. Before becoming Miss Universe, she attended London Central Secondary School in London, Ontario.
Baldwin was the winner of the 1982 Miss Canada pageant and was crowned Miss Universe in Lima, Peru. She then relinquished her crown to Lorraine Downes the following year in the United States.
She hosted The New You, a Canadian fashion and lifestyle television program and was one of the co-hosts for the 1989 Miss Universe pageant, held in Cancun, Mexico.
She was also featured in the comedy movie Who's That Girl starring Madonna and Griffin Dunne as "Heather", one of the kidnapped bridesmaids and she appeared in the movies: Spellbinder, Night Eyes, Last Call, T-Force and Sudden Death.
She works as a realtor for Sotheby's International Realty in southern California.
She married actor Jack Scalia in 1987 and they had two daughters: Olivia (b. 1987) and Jacqueline (b. 1990). They were divorced in 1996. Her second husband is Nicholas Karazissis.