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Not to be confused with Elinor Glyn, the novelist

Eleanor Glynn
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Eleanor Glynn
Birth name Eleanor Mary Anne Glynn
Birthplace England
Title(s) Miss England 2006-2007

Eleanor Mary Anne Glynn (born 29 March 1986) is a model, musician and actress who won the Miss England 2006/7 title on the 14th of July 2006, she later went on to represent England in the Miss World 2006 contest in Poland.[1] She was born in Oxford.

Glynn made the final 20 at the Miss World Talent show with her performance of Rainbows song Since You've Been Gone. During her year as Miss England, Glynn campaigned to ban size zero models from London Fashion Week.[2]

Glynn is from a musical family and now is a singer/songwriter for an Oxford funk rock band and as a solo artist; she also enjoys music production and has learned classical on the piano since she was 8. Glynn is working to continue a career in music as a solo artist and also hopes to continue studies in media and broadcast journalism after presenting live on a music show called 'Passion Tv' at the age of 17.

As of 2009 Glynn will be attending University to continue musical studies.

Glynn was a member of the 17th century English Civil War re-enactment society The Sealed Knot with her family for over 15 years.

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Preceded by
Hammasa Kohistani
Miss England
Miss England 2006-2007
Succeeded by
Georgia Horsley
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Not to be confused with Elinor Glyn, the novelist

Eleanor Glynn
Beauty pageant titleholder
Birth name Eleanor Mary Anne Glynn
Birth place England
Title(s) Miss England 2006-2007

Eleanor Mary Anne Glynn (born 29 March 1986) is a model, musician and actress who won the Miss England 2006/7 title on the 14th of July 2006, she later went on to represent England in the Miss World 2006 contest in Poland.[1] She was born in Oxford.

Glynn made the final 20 at the Miss World Talent show with her performance of Rainbows song Since You've Been Gone. During her year as Miss England, Glynn campaigned to ban size zero models from London Fashion Week.[2]

Glynn is from a musical family and now is a singer/songwriter for an Oxford funk rock band and as a solo artist; she also enjoys music production and has learned classical on the piano since she was 8. Glynn is working to continue a career in music as a solo artist and also hopes to continue studies in media and broadcast journalism after presenting live on a music show called 'Passion Tv' at the age of 17.

As of 2009 Glynn will be attending University to continue musical studies. Eleanor in 2010 set up her own record producing agency.

Glynn was a member of the 17th century English Civil War re-enactment society The Sealed Knot with her family for over 15 years.

Eleanor Glynn is the latest to add list of Bollywood Actress in INDIAN cinema from western part with Aditya Raj Kapoor - veteran actor Shammi Kapoor's son - reportedly offering her a Bollywood film tentatively titled 'India Rocks'.

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Preceded by
Hammasa Kohistani
Miss England
Miss England 2006-2007
Succeeded by
Georgia Horsley

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