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Carroll Baker

Carroll BakerAKA Karolina Piekarski

Born: 28-May-1931
Birthplace: Johnstown, PA

Gender: Female
Religion: Jewish
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Actor

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Baby Doll

Father: William W. Baker (traveling salesman)
Mother: Virginia Duffy
Husband: Louie Ritter (m. Jan-1953, div. Aug-1953)
Husband: Jack Garfein (m. 3-Jan-1955, div. 1969, two children)
Daughter: Blanche Baker (actress, b. 20-Dec-1956)
Son: Herschel Garfein
Husband: Donald Burton (actor, m. 1982, d. 8-Dec-2007 emphysema)

    University: St. Petersburg Junior College, St. Petersburg, FL

    Golden Globe Most Promising Newcomer, Female (1957)
    Beauty Contest Miss Florida Fruits & Vegetables (1949)
    Hollywood Walk of Fame 1719 Vine St.
    Converted to Judaism circa 1955
    Endorsement of Foster Grant
    Polish Ancestry

    Another Woman's Husband (6-Mar-2000)
    Heart Full of Rain (5-Oct-1997)
    The Game (12-Sep-1997) · Ilsa
    North Shore Fish (29-Jun-1997) · Arlyne
    Just Your Luck (29-Nov-1996)
    Dalva (3-Mar-1996)
    Skeletons (1996)
    Men Don't Tell (14-Mar-1993)
    Judgment Day: The John List Story (23-Feb-1993)
    Blonde Fist (10-Sep-1991)
    Kindergarten Cop (21-Dec-1990) · Eleanor Crisp
    Ironweed (Feb-1988)
    Native Son (12-Dec-1986) · Mrs. Dalton
    Hitler's SS: Portrait in Evil (17-Feb-1985)
    Star 80 (10-Nov-1983) · Dorothy's Mother
    Red Monarch (16-Jun-1983)
    The Watcher in the Woods (17-Apr-1980)
    The World Is Full of Married Men (8-Aug-1979)
    Cyclone (26-Oct-1978)
    Andy Warhol's Bad (4-May-1977)
    James Dean: The First American Teenager (1975) · Herself
    Kiss Me, Kill Me (20-Sep-1973)
    Captain Apache (1971) · Maude
    Paranoia (20-Feb-1970)
    The Sweet Body of Deborah (20-Mar-1968)
    Jack of Diamonds (10-Nov-1967) · Herself
    Harlow (23-Jun-1965)
    Mister Moses (12-May-1965) · Julie Anderson
    The Greatest Story Ever Told (15-Feb-1965) · Veronica
    Sylvia (10-Feb-1965) · Sylvia:
    Cheyenne Autumn (3-Oct-1964) · Deborah Wright
    The Carpetbaggers (9-Apr-1964)
    Station Six-Sahara (Dec-1962) · Catherine
    How the West Was Won (1-Nov-1962) · Eve Prescott
    Something Wild (23-Dec-1961)
    Bridge to the Sun (17-Oct-1961)
    The Miracle (12-Nov-1959)
    But Not For Me (19-Aug-1959) · Ellie Brown
    The Big Country (1-Oct-1958)
    Baby Doll (18-Dec-1956) · Baby Doll
    Giant (10-Oct-1956) · Luz Benedict II
    Easy to Love (26-Nov-1953) · Clarice

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