Carol Channing American actress singer and musical comedy performer

Carol Channing is a 97 years old American actress singer and musical comedy performer from Seattle, Washington. Carol Channing was born on January 31, 1921 (died on January 15, 2019, she was 97 years old) in Seattle, Washington as Carol Elaine Channing.

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Biography

Carol Elaine Channing is an American singer actress and comedian. She is the recipient of three Tony Awards a Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination. Channing is best remembered for originating on Broadway the musical-comedy roles of widowed matchmaker Dolly Levi in Hello Dolly! and bombshell Lorelei Lee in Gentlemen Prefer Blondes.
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Her real name:
Birth name of Carol Channing is Carol Elaine Channing
Is Carol Channing still alive?

No, she died on 01/15/2019, 3 years ago. She was 97 years old when she died. Cause of death: cerebrovascular disease. She died in Rancho Mirage

Family

Husband

Alex Carson

Alex Carson

She married with Alex Carson (58), in 1953. Carol Channing was 31 and Alex Carson was 30 years old. After 3 years, they break up in 1956.

Child

She had one child, Channing (69) . When her first child, Channing Carson, was born, Carol Channing was 31 years old.

Carol Channing net worth

She had a net worth of 25 million dollars.

Works

Carol Channing Albums (16)

There are 16 albums of Carol Channing.

Her last album Highlights of Webb Pierce released 5 years 7 months ago. When Highlights of Webb Pierce released, she was 96 years old. This album contains 11 tracks

Her first album Carol Channing released 64 years ago, she was 36 years old when this album released. There were 11 songs in this album.

Highlights of Webb Pierce
Highlights of Webb Pierce
Broadway Blockbusters : John Gary,Anne Margret and Carol Channing
Broadway Blockbusters : John Gary,Anne Margret and Carol Channing
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
Gentlemen Prefer Blondes
True to the Red, White & Blue
True to the Red, White & Blue

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Popular Carol Channing Songs

  1. Put On Your Sunday Clothes (Hello, Dolly! (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released 58 years ago)
  2. Housework (Free To Be...You And Me, released 50 years ago)
  3. Hello, Dolly! (Hello, Dolly! (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released 58 years ago)
  4. Put On Your Sunday Clothes (Hello, Dolly! (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released 33 years ago)
  5. Jazz Baby (Thoroughly Modern Millie, released 13 years ago)
  6. Before The Parade Passes By (Hello, Dolly! (Original Broadway Cast Recording), released 33 years ago)
  7. Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend (Lorelei, released 19 years ago)
  8. Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend (Jazz Baby, released 10 years ago)
  9. Jazz Baby (Jazz Baby, released 10 years ago)
  10. Do It Again! (Thoroughly Modern Millie, released 13 years ago)

Carol Channing Movies (24)

There are 24 movies of Carol Channing.

Her first feature film was Thumbelina (1994, as Ms. Fieldmouse (voice)). She was 73 when she starred in this movie. Since 1994, she has appeared in 24 feature films. The last one is Carol Channing and Pearl Bailey: On Broadway (1969). In this movie, she played the character Herself .

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Carol Channing movie characters

The names of the characters/jobs in the films she starred in are as follows:

Carol Channing TV Shows (31)

Her first TV Show was The Ed Sullivan Show (1948).

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Awards (5)

Nominated Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in 1967 , nominated Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Musical in 1978 , awarded Special Tony Award in 1967 , awarded Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture in 1967 , awarded Tony Award for Best Actress in a Musical in 1963 and

Education

She graduated from Bennington College, Lowell High School and Neighborhood Playhouse School Of The Theatre

What was Carol's zodiac sign?

Carol Channing zodiac sign was aquarius.

Other facts about Carol Channing

Carol Channing's Child

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