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Suzette Charles Beauty pageant titleholder Born Suzette DeGaetano March 2, 1963 (1963-03-02) (age 48) Mays Landing, New Jersey Title(s) Miss New Jersey 1983 Miss America 1984 Major competition(s) Miss America 1984 (Winner) Suzette Charles (born Suzette DeGaetano, March 2, 1963, Mays Landing, New Jersey) is an American singer and entertainer. Career Born in Mays Landing, she represented New Jersey in the 1984 Miss America pageant held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. She won her preliminary talent night and finished first runner-up to Vanessa Lynn Williams, who became the first African-American to wear the crown and title of Miss America. When Williams resigned the title in scandal, Charles fulfilled her duties for the remaining seven weeks. Charles, who already had many credits in advertising and educational television, has gone on to a career as a singer, entertainer, and television personality. She has acted on the CBS television series Frank's Place and performed on This Morning, a British talk show. She narrated the motion picture, Beyond The Dream, and has appeared on stage with Stevie Wonder, Alan King, Joel Grey and Lou Rawls. Charles also pursued a singing career. She toured with Stevie Wonder and Lou Rawls in the late 1980s. In 1993, she worked with top British producers Mike Stock and Pete Waterman. She released her debut solo single, "Free To Love Again", in August 1993. The single peaked at #58 in the UK Singles Chart,[1] and her album was eventually shelved. Other unreleased songs she recorded with Stock and Waterman included "After You're Gone", "Don't Stop (All The Love You Can Give)", "Every Time We Touch", "What The Eye Don't See" and "Just For A Minute". She has also toured with The Suzette Charles Band. Her producers have included Waterman and Michael Raye. Her father, Charles DeGaetano, is of Italian descent,[2] and her mother, Suzette (Burroughs) DeGaetano, is African-American, and was the elementary school music teacher in the Buena Regional School District, Buena, New Jersey. Charles has been a resident of Mays Landing, New Jersey.[3] Charles's seven week reign is the shortest served by any Miss America. Sources Suzette Charles at the Internet Movie Database References ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 101. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.  ^ "ITALIAN AMERICAN WOMEN TRAIL BLAZERS". The National Italian American Foundation. Retrieved 2007-05-27.  ^ Chira, Susan. She has also lived in Brookville, Long Island "TO FIRST BLACK MISS AMERICA, VICTORY IS A MEANS TO AN END", The New York Times, September 19, 1983. Accessed December 4, 2007. "Her home is in Mays Landing, 15 miles west of Atlantic City, the site of the contest." Honorary titles Preceded by Vanessa Williams Miss America 1984-B Succeeded by Sharlene Wells v · d · eNew Jersey Pageant Winners Miss New Jersey Bette Cooper (1937)  · Betty Jane Crowley (1949)  · Hela Yungst (1970)  · Linda Gialanella (1972)  · Suzanne Plummer (1973)  · Suzette Charles (1983)  · Alicia Luciano (2002)  · Jennifer Farrell (2003)  · Julie Robenhymer (2005)  · Amy Polumbo (2007)  · Ashleigh Udalovas (2010) Miss New Jersey USA Charlotte Ray (1991)  · Janaye Ingram (2004)  · Sylvia Pogorzelski (2005)  · Jessica Boyington (2006)  · Ashley Harder (2007)  · Erin Abrahamson (2007)  · Tiffany Andrade (2008)  · Kaity Rodriguez (2009)  · Julianna White (2011) Miss New Jersey Teen USA Erin Abrahamson (2001)  · Jacklyn Pezzotta (2003)  · Julianna White (2006)  · Alyssa Campanella (2007) AL • AK • AZ • AR • CA • CO  • CT • DE  • FL  • GA  • HI  • ID  • IL  • IN  • IA  • KS  • KY  • LA  • ME  • MD  • MA  • MI  • MN  • MS  • MO  • MT  • NE  • NV  • NH  • NJ  • NM  • NY  • NC  • ND  • OH  • OK  • OR  • PA  • RI  • SC  • SD  • TN  • TX  • UT  • VT  • VA  • WA  • WV  • WI  • WY Persondata Name Charles, Suzette Alternative names Short description Singer, Miss America Date of birth March 2, 1963 Place of birth Mays Landing, New Jersey Date of death Place of death