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Carol Channing Biography and Filmography
Carol Channing
Birthday: January 31, 1921
Birth Place: Seattle, Washington, USA
Height: 5' 9"
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Carol Channing was born January 31, 1921 at Seattle, Washington, the daughter of a prominent newspaper editor, who was very active in the Christian Science movement. She attended high school in San Francisco and later worked as a model in Los Angeles. She attended prestigious Bennington College in Vermont and majored in drama and dance and supplemented her work by taking parts in nearby Pocono Resort area. She initially made her mark on Broadway in "Gentleman Prefer Blondes" playing Lorelei Lee. In "Hello Dolly" she played Dolly Gallagher Levi, the witty, manipulative widow intent upon finding a wealthy husband. The musical won ten Tony awards in 1964, including Channing's for best actress in a comedy. Jacqueline Kennedy and her two children made their first public appearance after John F. Kennedy's death by seeing her perform in Hello Dolly and later visited her backstage. She appeared in the film Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967). Her son is a Pulitizer Prize-nominated finalist cartoonist and she continues to practice her Christian Science religion.
Broadway's Lost Treasures III: The Best of the Tony Awards (2005)
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars (1998)
[ Farrah Fawcett ][ Kath Soucie ]
Edie & Pen (1996)
[ Jennifer Tilly ][ Stockard Channing ][ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Jean Smart ][ Louise Fletcher ]
Thumbelina (1994)
[ Jodi Benson ][ Charo ]
Happily Ever After (1993)
[ Zsa Zsa Gabor ][ Tracey Ullman ][ Sally Kellerman ][ Phyllis Diller ][ Irene Cara ]
A Chorus Crime (1990)
Alice in Wonderland (1985)
[ Shelley Winters ][ Sally Struthers ][ Donna Mills ]
My Friend, the Executrix/Programmed for Love/Baby Talk (1982)
[ Betty White ]
Musical, The/My Ex-Mom/The Show Must Go On/The Pest/My Aunt, the Worrier: Part 1 (1982)
Musical, The/My Ex-Mom/The Show Must Go On/The Pest/My Aunt, the Worrier: Part 2 (1982)
[ Ethel Merman ]
Two Grapes on the Vine/Aunt Sylvia/Deductible Divorce (1981)
[ Betty White ][ Tanya Tucker ]
Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band (1978)
[ Connie Stevens ]
Shinbone Alley (1971)
Skidoo (1968)
[ Alexandra Hay ]
All About People (1967)
[ Lucille Ball ][ Eva Kitt ]
Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
[ Julie Andrews ][ Mary Moore ]
Clem in New York (1957)
The First Traveling Saleslady (1956)
[ Ginger Rodgers ]
Paid in Full (1950)
[ Eve Arden ][ Lizabeth Scott ]
  • Revealed in her autobiography "Just Lucky, I Guess" that her father was a light skinned African American who used one accent to help "pass" in the white world and another around the house, where he sang gospel music to entertain his daughter.
  • Her trademark, poofy blonde hair has always been achieved by the use of wigs, as she's allergic to bleach.
  • Son Chan Lowe is the editorial cartoonist for the South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper in Fort Lauderdale.
  • Measurements: 34A-25-36 1/2 (during "Hello Dolly!") (Source: Celebrity Sleuth magazine)
  • Graduated from the prestigious Lowell High School in San Francisco, California in 1938. Her high school's theater is now named after her.
  • Has three Tony Awards: in 1964, as Best Actress (Musical) for "Hello, Dolly!"; in 1968, a Special Award; and in 1995, a Lifetime Achievement Award. Was also nominated three other times for Best Actress (Musical): in 1956, for "The Vamp;" in 1961, for "Show Girl;" and in 1974, for "Lorelei."

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