Originally named Shannon Noelle DePuy, Shannon Noelle Bream is an American journalist, news anchor, lawyer, and contestant in beauty pageants. She was born in Lynchburg, Virginia, on December 23, 1970.
When she was just 17 years old, she was accepted to Lynchburg, Virginia’s Liberty University. She was the 1990 Miss Virginia pageant winner.
She went on to participate in the Miss America pageantry the following year.
Shannon graduated from the university with a magna cum laude(System of Honors in Latin given to students who graduated in distinction) degree in Business Management.
She then moved to pursue a degree in Law at the Florida State University at Tallahassee. Shannon was an intern with Congressman Bill McCollum in the US House of Representatives.
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What disease does Shannon Bream have?
Shannon was diagnosed with a rare eye condition that causes the tearing of the cornea. She had surgery and most her pain has subsided. There is no cure for the condition. As a result, Shannon has indicated that this ordeal has made her grow closer to Christ than ever before.