Carol Burnett in Bikini

Biography - A Short Wiki

Hosted The Carol Burnett Show on CBS for a decade after winning Tony, Emmy, and Golden Globe Awards for her work in various genres.

She worked as an usherette and hat-check girl while living in a boarding house for women pursuing an careers in acting, and starred in the theater hit Once Upon a Mattress.

She appeared on The Twilight Zone as Agnes Grep in an episode titled “Cavender Is Coming” and appeared in Get Smart as “Ozark” Annie Jones in an episode titled “One of Our Olives Is Missing.”

Family and Personal Life

She got married to Don Saroyan on December 15, 1955, then to Joe Hamilton on May 4, 1963, and to Brian Miller on November 24, 2001. She and Joe had three daughters named Carrie, Erin and Jody.

She made her television debut on the Garry Moore show, which she appeared on from 1959 to 1962.

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Carol Burnett - Bikini Photos

Carol Burnett Bikini Photo
Bikini-clad: The TV show host proudly showed off her voluptuous bikini body.

Nationality, Net Worth and Other Facts

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Gender (Biological)Female
Age (as of today)91 years
Date of BirthApril 26, 1933
Place of BirthSan Antonio, TX
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Height1.69 m, 5 feet 6 inches
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OccupationTV Show Host

Height, Weight, and Age

Carol Burnett's height is pretty average measuring 1.69 m. As of today, May 22, 2024, Carol Burnett is 91 years old.

Quotes

"Everybody I know who is funny, it's in them. You can teach timing, or some people are able to tell a joke, though I don't like to tell jokes. But I think you have to be born with a sense of humor and a sense of timing."

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"It's also selfish because it makes you feel good when you help others. I've been helped by acts of kindness from strangers. That's why we're here, after all, to help others."

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"I loved the Kennedy Center Honors because you just sit there, smile, wave, and cry."

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"My grandmother and I followed my mother here, to a house a block north of Hollywood Boulevard but a million miles away from Hollywood, if you know what I mean. We would hang out behind the ropes and look at the movie stars arriving at the premieres."

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"We all get where we're going by circuitous journeys, and some of the setbacks are warranted."

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