Carol Kane

1952

Carol Kane was born Carolyn Laurie Kane on June 18, 1952 in Cleveland, Ohio, to Elaine Joy (Fetterman), a jazz singer and pianist, and Michael Myron Kane, an architect. Her family is Jewish (from Russia, Poland, and Austria). Due to her parents' divorce, Carol spent most of her childhood in boarding schools, starting at age twelve, when she attended the Cherry Lawn School, a progressive boarding school in Darien, Connecticut, until 1965, followed by enrollment at the Professional Children's School in New York City.She made her professional theater debut in a 1966 production of "The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie". She worked prolifically in several successful received films of the 1970s, Carnal Knowledge (1971) (her film film debut), Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Hester Street (1975) (for which she earned an Oscar nomination for her performance), Annie Hall (1977) and When a Stranger Calls (1979). From 1981-1983 she played the part of what is considered to be her most memorable role. Simka Dahb

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