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Carol Kane

Born Jun 18, 1952

Carolyn Laurie "Carol" Kane is an American actress. Kane has worked on the stage, on the screen and in television. She became known in the 1970s in films such as Hester Street (for which she received an Academy Award nomination) and Annie Hall. She appeared on the television series Taxi in the early 1980s, as the wife of the character played by Andy Kaufman, winning two Emmy Awards for her work.… Read More

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1952 Birth Born on June 18, 1952.


1965 13 Years Old She attended the Cherry Lawn School, a progressive boarding school in Darien, Connecticut, until 1965.
1966 14 Years Old She attended the Professional Children's School, in New York City, and made her professional theatre debut in a 1966 production of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, starring Tammy Grimes.


1981 29 Years Old Kane is perhaps best known for her portrayal of Simka Dahblitz-Gravas, wife of Latka Gravas (Andy Kaufman), on the American television series Taxi, from 1981 to 1983, and also for her role as Allison Portchnik in Woody Allen's Annie Hall. … Read More


2005 53 Years Old 1 More Event
Kane is known for her portrayal of the evil headmistress Madame Morrible in the Broadway musical Wicked, whom she played in various productions from 2005 to 2009.
2006 54 Years Old She then reprised the role in the Broadway production from January 10 through November 12, 2006.
2007 55 Years Old 1 More Event
She again played the role for the Los Angeles production which began performances on February 7, 2007.
In January 2009, Kane appeared in the TV series Two and a Half Men as the mother of Alan Harper's receptionist.
2010 58 Years Old She starred in the off-Broadway play Love, Loss, and What I Wore in February 2010. … Read More
2011 59 Years Old Kane made her West End debut in January 2011 in a major revival of Lillian Hellman's drama The Children's Hour, at London's Comedy Theatre. … Read More
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