84 Facts About Carol Burnett

1. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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2. Carol Burnett spoke last month at the Golden Globes about how networks are no longer willing to pay for such elaborate shows.

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3. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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4. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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5. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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6. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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7. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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8. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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9. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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10. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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11. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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12. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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13. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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14. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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15. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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16. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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17. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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18. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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19. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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20. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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21. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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22. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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23. Carol Burnett is famous in the industry for her iconic show, The Carol Burnett Show, which aired on CBS.

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24. Carol Burnett looks back on her legendary and groundbreaking career with Growing Bolder, and explains why she was not satisfied to fade away.

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25. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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26. Carol Burnett managed to keep his name under wraps all this time.

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27. Carol Burnett was shopping at Bergdorf Goodman in New York for stockings, but when she was ready to check out, Burnett realized that her credit card and driver's license were missing from her wallet.

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28. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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29. Carol Burnett was born in San Antonio, Texas, on April 26, 1933, the daughter of Ina Louise, a publicity writer for movie studios, and Joseph Thomas Burnett, a movie theater manager.

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30. Carol Burnett moved to Los Angeles, California, and began an 11-year run as star of The Carol Burnett Show on CBS television from 1967 to 1978.

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31. Bette Davis was the only famous figure who Carol Burnett was unable to feature as a guest on her show.

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32. Carol Burnett was an endearing fan of the soap opera All My Children.

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33. Carol Burnett used her infamous Tarzan yell as a form of identification at New York City's Bergdorf Goodman.

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34. Carol Burnett is an American singer, writer, dancer, actress and comedian.

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35. Carol Burnett has celebrated the total number of 85 birthdays till date.

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36. Carol Burnett is one of the most influential comedians of all time.

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37. Carol Burnett made several films during the 1970s, and in the 1980s even returned to the stage, appearing in a number of Stephen Sondheim musicals.

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38. Carol Burnett was no longer a regular cast member in the spin-off, but she returned occasionally as Eunice.

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39. Carol Burnett made a huge impact on the national entertainment scene in the 1960s.

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40. Carol Burnett has appeared in such feature films as Pete 'n' Tillie, The Four Seasons (1981), Annie (1982), and Noises Off (1992).

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41. Carol Burnett has not been spared her share of tabloid headlines over the years.

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42. Carol Burnett stayed with the show throughout its entire run, even though the simultaneous work for the Garry Moore Show brought her to the point of exhaustion.

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43. Carol Burnett pocketed the grant and made her way to New York City in the summer of 1954.

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44. In 2002, Carol Burnett endured a crushing loss when her oldest daughter Carrie died of cancer.

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45. In 2013, Carol Burnett won one of best honours bestowed on comics.

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46. In 1959, Carol Burnett became a routine on the Garry Moore Show.

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47. Carol Burnett has additionally appeared in several feature films, as well as on Broadway.

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48. Carol Burnett appeared in several episodes before the soap opera was cancelled in 2011.

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49. In 2001, the same year that Carol Burnett married Brian Miller, her daughter was diagnosed with lung cancer.

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50. Carol Burnett worked on a lot of creations for stage, movies, videos and the television.

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51. Carol Burnett manufactured numerous departures as a member of the panel on an American television game show.

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52. Carol Burnett was a radiate member in a very short character on The Paul Winchell Dietrich and Jerry Mahoney Event in the year of 1955.

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53. Carol Burnett hugely ribbed by her grandmother "Mabel Eudora White" while Carol's parents scrambled alcoholism.

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54. Carol Burnett was born in 1933 in Texas, San Antonio.

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55. On September 13, 2016, Carol Burnett released her memoir about the show titled In Such Good Company: Eleven Years of Laughter, Mayhem, and Fun in the Sandbox.

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56. Carol Burnett often ad-libbed funny answers, but occasionally ended up as the straightman.

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57. Carol Burnett stated that she borrowed the concept from Garry Moore, who did the same on his variety show, but never taped it.

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58. Carol Burnett signed a contract with CBS for 10 years which required her to do two guest appearances and a special a year.

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59. In 1951, Carol Burnett joined UCLA and managed to pursue a degree in English writing.

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60. At that point, Carol Burnett thought she was in a fantasy kind of life.

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61. Carol Burnett is rightly known as the Queen of comedy since she stepped her fame over a decade.

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62. Carol Burnett showed up and urged Lawrence to audition for a role on the show.

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63. Carol Burnett is known for many things, and her Tarzan yell is one of them.

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64. Carol Burnett was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 1985 and into California Hall of Fame in 2009.

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65. Carol Burnett was raised in Hollywood, California, by her grandmother Mabel.

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66. Carol Burnett wanted the family to be from the south, but the producers insisted they be from the Midwest.

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67. Carol Burnett would tug at her ear as a simple little reminder of her grandmother.

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68. Carol Burnett managed to have a chance meeting with Korman in a parking lot and pretty much begged him to join her show.

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69. Carol Burnett ended each show by singing her theme song, "It's Time to Say Goodbye", and tugging on her left ear, a special signal to her grandmother.

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70. Carol Burnett added, "Look at our friend Clint Eastwood [who married a woman 36 years younger], look at our friend—I say, if it's good enough for the fellows, it's good enough for the girls.

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71. Carol Burnett was married twice before walking down the aisle with Miller.

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72. Carol Burnett attended UCLA in 1951, originally to pursue a degree in English writing.

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73. Carol Burnett was born on April 26, 1933, in San Antonio, Texas; her family moved to Hollywood, California when she was three.

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74. In 2002, Carol Burnett suffered a devastating loss when her oldest daughter Carrie died of cancer.

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75. In 2013, Carol Burnett won one of greatest honors bestowed on comedians.

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76. In 1959, Carol Burnett became a regular on the Garry Moore Show.

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77. Carol Burnett has appeared in a number of feature films, and on Broadway.

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78. Prior to this, Carol Burnett had worked on the 1982 film Annie and was called back to reshoot part of a scene after having recovered from the surgery.

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79. Carol Burnett had long been a fan of the soap opera All My Children, and realized a dream when Agnes Nixon created the role of Verla Grubbs for her in 1976.

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80. Carol Burnett was the first celebrity to appear on the children's series Sesame Street, on that series' first episode on November 10, 1969.

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81. Carol Burnett starred in a few films while her variety show was running, including Pete 'n' Tillie.

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82. In 1964, Carol Burnett starred in the Broadway musical Fade Out—Fade In but was forced to withdraw after sustaining a neck injury in a taxi accident.

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83. Carol Burnett took him up on his offer; she and Saroyan left college and moved to New York to pursue acting careers.

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84. Carol Burnett had her television special debut in 1963 when she starred as Calamity Jane in the Dallas State Fair Musicals production of Calamity Jane on CBS.

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