Carole Cook Movies List

Carole Cook
Carole Cook
14-01-1924
Abilene, Texas, USA
7
Palm Springs Weekend

Actor Carole Cook Filmography

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      Home on the Range
      Home on the Range ( English )
      Artist: G. W. Bailey , Bobby Block , Steve Buscemi , Carole Cook , Charlie Dell
      Director: Roseanne Barr , Will Finn , James Baker
      Release date: 02-04-2004
      Grandview, U.S.A.
      Grandview, U.S.A. ( English )
      Director: Randal Kleiser
      Music Director: Thomas Newman
      Release date: 03-08-1984
      Sixteen Candles
      Sixteen Candles ( English )
      Director: John Hughes
      Music Director: Ira Newborn
      Release date: 04-05-1984
      Summer Lovers
      Summer Lovers ( English )
      Director: Randal Kleiser
      Release Year: 1982
      American Gigolo
      American Gigolo ( English )
      Artist: Richard Gere , Lauren Hutton , Judith Ransdell , Héctor Elizondo , K Callan
      Music Director: Giorgio Moroder , Barry Thomas , Bob Badami , Ray Alba , Bert Schoenfeld , Carl Mahakian
      Release date: 08-02-1980
      The Incredible Mr. Limpet
      Artist: Don Knotts , Carole Cook , Jack Weston , Andrew Duggan , Larry Keating
      Director: Arthur Lubin
      Release date: 28-03-1964
      Palm Springs Weekend
      Palm Springs Weekend ( English )
      Director: Norman Taurog
      Release date: 05-11-1963
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          Carole Cook Biography

          ​From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Carole Cook (b. 1928, Abilene, Texas) is an American actress. She has appeared in many theatrical productions, in films and on television. Born as Mildred Frances Cook, she was a protege of Lucille Ball. Ball gave her the stage name of "Carole", after her friend Carole Lombard because, Ball reportedly told Cook, "you have the same healthy disrespect for everything in general". Cook appeared regularly on two of her shows, The Lucy Show and Here's Lucy. Ball was matron of honor at Cook's wedding in 1964 to actor Tom Troupe. Cook starred in the animated Disney film Home on the Range, as the voice of Pearl Gesner, the farmer of Patch of Heaven. She appeared in such feature films as The Incredible Mr. Limpet, Sixteen Candles, Grandview, U.S.A., American Gigolo and Summer Lovers. Her first film role was in Palm Springs Weekend. She made guest appearances on such TV shows as The Lucy Show, Here's Lucy, Knight Rider, Magnum, P.I., Murder, She Wrote, Dynasty, Charlie's Angels , on a fourth season 1985 episode of The A-Team called "Members Only", and, more recently, on Grey's Anatomy. In 1976, she appeared as a bullying nurse in an episode of Emergency! in which Johnny Gage is injured by a hit-and-run driver. In 2006, she appeared as an elderly patient on the ABC drama Grey's Anatomy (episode 14 "Tell Me Sweet Little Lies", season two). In addition to her film and television work, Cook appeared in the original Broadway productions of 42nd Street and Romantic Comedy and was the second actress (after Carol Channing) to star as Dolly Levi in Hello, Dolly!. Cook also appeared as Mrs. Peacham in the 1956 off-Broadway production of The Three Penny Opera starring Lotte Lenya and is the only actress to star in major productions of both Mame and Auntie Mame. Description above from the Wikipedia article Carole Cook, licensed under CC-BY-SA, full list of contributors on Wikipedia.

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