Carole Cole
American actor and record producer
Carole Cole
Carole "Cookie" Cole was an American actress and music producer as the CEO of King Cole Productions. She was sometimes credited as Carol Cole.
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Shot Pakistani girl is moving her limbs, official says
Fox News - over 4 years
A 14-year-old girl shot in the head by the Taliban for promoting female education has been doing better since she was airlifted to England for specialized treatment and has been moving her limbs, a Pakistani official said Wednesday. Although it's difficult to gauge what such an improvement might mean given that the exact nature of Malala Yousufzai's brain injuries have yet to be made public, one expert said the news was good. "Any progress is hopeful," Dr. Jonathan Fellus, chief scientific officer at the New Jersey-based International Brain Research Foundation, said. "This is the natural course of recovery that we would expect." The Pakistani official, who spoke anonymously because he wasn't cleared to talk on the record about the case, said he had been briefed by doctors and that Malala's condition was "definitely much better" since she arrived in England on Monday. He added that the girl was moving her limbs, although he didn't elaborate. Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingh ...
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用微電美容機,打造緊致小臉 - 經濟通
Google News - over 5 years
美國專業美容師Carole Cole對症下藥,出產了一部Nuface品牌的微電流手持美容機,是唯一經FDA通過的家用美容機。你知道,FDA的檢驗過程最復雜,要求長期的臨床實驗報告證明,這可是重大突破。 這類美容機的科學原理是,人體細胞於特定的範圍內產生電流,以維持細胞正常
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Hard Rock - Correio de Uberlândia
Google News - almost 6 years
As versões de “Maybe I´m Amazed”, de Mr. McCartney, a trilha homônima do filme “Heavy Metal”, quando teve a participação especial do guitarrista Zakk Wylde e “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”, de Carole Cole foram impecáveis. Agora resta esperar mais
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Natalie Cole to play Worcester's Hanover Theatre - Boston Music Spotlight
Google News - almost 6 years
... the album won the Grammy Award for Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album. Cole also recently released her second memoir, “Love Brought Me Back”, detailing her struggle with a kidney transplant and the death of her sister Carole Cole in 2009
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Paid Notice: Deaths SILVERMAN, DOROTHEA M. (NEE ROSEN)
NYTimes - over 17 years
SILVERMAN-Dorothea M. (nee Rosen) On September 26, 1999, of NYC. Director and Founder of A.R.E.A. (Artists Representing Environmental Arts), a not for profit organization. She is survived by her husband of 60 years, Isadore Silverman, two daughters, Carole Cole and Ellen Tannenbaum, and son-in-law Jeremy Tannenbaum, two granddaughters, Alexis and
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Review/Television; A Father and His Son In 'The Broken Cord'
NYTimes - about 25 years
For the most part, television movies tend to be dominated by women, their various trials and tribulations painstakingly exploited to capture the kind of younger female audiences coveted by advertisers. But in two of this week's better efforts, men take center stage. One, tomorrow night's "Fugitive Among Us," on CBS at 9, is a fairly standard macho
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Carole Cole
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2009
    Age 64
    In 2009, shortly before her death from lung cancer, Carole released "Re: Generations," a collaboration of international artists providing their artistic interpretations and tributes to specific works of Nat King Cole.
    More Details Hide Details Carole executive produced the album which included tracks performed by The Roots, will.i.am, Cee-Lo, Natalie Cole, Bebel Gilberto, Stephen & Damian Marley and Brazilian Girls.
  • FORTIES
  • 1991
    Age 46
    In 1991, Carole became the CEO of King Cole Productions, where she masterminded the use and licensing of the vast catalog which had belonged to her father, Nat King Cole, as well as his name and likeness.
    More Details Hide Details She produced such albums as "Christmas for Kids: From One to Ninety Two," "The World of Nat King Cole," "Transcriptions: Nat King Cole Trio," amongst many others. For 20 years under her supervision, Nat King Cole posthumously released an album nearly every year.
  • TEENAGE
  • 1964
    Age 19
    Carole received an associate's degree at Cazenovia College and pursued a vital acting career that spanned theater, television and film. In 1964, she signed a contract with Columbia Pictures New Talent program, along with friend and colleague Harrison Ford.
    More Details Hide Details During her acting career she starred in the motion pictures The Silencers, (1967) The Mad Room, (1969) Promise at Dawn, (1970) and The Taking of Pelham One Two Three, (1974). She appeared on television in "Positively Black" (1975) and was a series costar on the NBC sitcom Sanford and Son. On stage Cole appeared in Gore Vidal's "Weekend" (1968), the Lincoln Center Public Theater production of "Pericles" (1974 New York Shakespeare Festival) and "What If It Had Turned Up Heads" (1972). She also appeared as a series regular in the role of Ellie, the daughter of Grady Wilson, in the 1970s TV series Grady (a spin-off of the highly successful Sanford and Son).
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1944
    Born
    Born on October 17, 1944.
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