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Carole Shelley Biography

Carole Shelley

Facts of Carole Shelley

Date of Birth: 1939 , August-16
Birth Nation: United Kingdom

Quick Timeline of Carole Shelley

1939 Born in London, United Kingdom
1967 Married to Albert G Woods
1971 Death of Albert G Woods
1965 Began her Career
1979 Won Tony Award
1982 Won Obie Award

Detail Timeline of Carole Shelley

August 16 , 1939

Born in London, United Kingdom

She was born in London, United Kingdom to parents Deborah Shelley and Curtis Shelley. His father was a composer and his mother was a singer. She is naturalized US citizen. She is white ethnicity and is of German and Russian Jewish descent.

July 26 , 1967

Married to Albert G Woods

On 26 July 1967, she became wife of Albert G. Woods and it was a great day. They were very happy at the moment because they were being each other loving spouse. They were perfect couple and wanted to be together forever.

1971

Death of Albert G Woods

It was great socked for Carole that her life partner was no more. After four years of marriage, Albert G. Woods died. After death of him, she became alone. Till that date there is no any information about her love affair and boyfriend.

1965

Began her Career

She began her career on Broadway from Gwendolyn Pigeon in the original 1965 production of The Odd Couple. Her other famous Broadway are "The Miser", "Stepping Out", "The Elephant Man", "Hay Fever", "The Norman Conquests", "Absurd Person Singular" and many more.

1979

Won Tony Award

She has been nominated for Tony Award for many times. She won that award in 1979. she won that award for her role as Mrs. Kendal in play "The Elephant Man “and that was for Best Actress in Play.

1982

Won Obie Award

She was nominated for several prestigious awards and she won some of them. She won Obie Award and that was year 1982. She won that award for her performance as Dorothy Trowbridge in “Twelve Dreams”.

Content

On 26 July 1967, she got married with Albert G. Woods. They were very happy after being each other loving spouse but unfortunately their happiness did not long last. After four years of marriage, Albert G. Woods died. After death of him, she became alone. Till that date there is no any information about her love affair and boyfriend.

She began her career Gwendolyn Pigeon in the original 1965 production of The Odd Couple. She has appeared in several films also such as It's Great to Be Young, Carry on Regardless, No My Darling Daughter, The Cool Mikado and many more. Her net worth is unknown.