Carole started working in television and motion pictures at the age of 12. Her first commercial was Dial Soap, then cast on the "Eddie Fisher Coke Time". She played a young "Lizzy" in her first film by the same name. She continued to co-star in most of the television shows in the late fifties, sixties and seventies. She co-stared in the TV series, "National Velvet" (1960) and "Pistols 'n' Petticoats" (1966). She has appeared in over one hundred television shows, both live and taped. She co-starred in ten motion pictures. Her last was Funny Lady (1975), with Barbra Streisand. Carole is a coloratura soprano, having performed opera and light opera all over the US stages and in many other countries. Carole is a pianist, loves writing music and has written several books and poetry. She taught writing classes at UCLA. Carole has always been interested in medicine and studied metaphysics and healing. Her passion is traveling and meeting people of all cultures and their techniques of healing. Carole went to Hollywood High School and is active in the Hollywood High Alumni Association, where she is the vice-president and curator of the HHS Celebrity Museum. She majored in English and Music, attended USC and UCLA and UCSB. She has been involved with many charities helping children for forty years. She was president of Las Floristas and won, twice, the Humanitatian Award from Los Angeles. She has three sons, one daughter and five grandchildren.