|Born||Lisa Marie Wilson|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Title||Actress, Model and Musician Miss Georgia USA 2006|
Lesa Wilson is an American actress, singer, model and beauty pageant titleholder. She appeared on American Idol in 2004, was Miss Georgia USA in 2006, and was second runner-up in the competition for Miss USA 2006. She portrayed the superhero Rhea Jones (a.k.a. Lodestone) in the web television series Doom Patrol in 2019.
Wilson graduated from Armuchee High School in Rome, Georgia, in 1998 and obtained a diploma in radio and television broadcasting from Coosa Valley Technical High School.
Wilson auditioned for the third season of American Idol in 2004 and made it to the semi-finals. She sang Melissa Etheridge's "Come to My Window" and was eliminated.
Wilson won the 2006 Miss Georgia USA title at the state pageant in Newnan, Georgia. It was her first attempt at the title, although she had competed in other competitions such as Hawaiian Tropic and Venus Swimwear. She then represented Georgia in the Miss USA 2006 pageant in Baltimore, Maryland, in April 2006 and was second runner-up. Wilson passed on her crown to 2007 Miss Georgia USA Brittany Swann, who had placed third runner-up to Wilson in the 2006 pageant.
She appeared in the web television series Doom Patrol in 2019 as the superhero Rhea Jones (a.k.a. Lodestone), and is the first actress who has portrayed the character in a live adaptation.
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