Carol Burnett made her television debut with the variety program ‘The Paul Winchell Show’ in 1955. She went on to appear in television shows like ‘Stanley’ (1956), ‘Omnibus’ (1956), ‘The Garry Moore Show’ (1959-1962), and ‘Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall’ (1962). In 1963, she made her silver screen debut in the American comedy film ‘Who's Been Sleeping in My Bed?’ directed by Daniel Mann. She was next seen in television series and films such as ‘Calamity Jane’ (1963), ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ (1964), ‘The Entertainers’ (1964-1965), ‘The Lucy Show’ (1966-1967), ‘Gomer Pyle, U.S.M.C.’ (1967), and ‘Get Smart’ (1967). In 1967, she became a part of the American variety/sketch comedy television show ‘The Carol Burnett Show.’ The show aired 279 episodes in a span of 11 seasons before going off-air in 1978. She continued to star in television shows such as ‘Here's Lucy’ (1969-1971), ‘Out to Lunch’ (1974), ‘The Sonny & Cher Show’ (1976), ‘Insight’ (1977), ‘Dolly & Carol in Nashville’ (1979), ‘Carol Burnett & Company’ (1979), ‘The Muppet Show’ (1980), ‘Great Performances’ (1981-1995), ‘All My Children’ (1983), ‘Mama's Family’ (1983), ‘Magnum, P.I.’ (1984-1988), ‘Fresno’ (1986), ‘Fame’ (1987), and ‘Julie & Carol: Together Again’ (1989).
In 1990, she joined the cast of the American comedy anthology television series ‘Carol & Company’ developed by Matt Williams and David McFadzean. The show ran for 2 seasons and aired its final episode in 1991. She continued to appear in television films and shows like ‘The Carol Burnett Show’ (1991), ‘The Larry Sanders Show’ (1992), ‘The Carol Burnett Show: A Reunion’ (1993), ‘Seasons of the Heart’ (1994), ‘Women of the House’ (1995), ‘Mad About You’ (1996-1999), ‘Touched by an Angel’ (1997), ‘Putting It Together’ (2000), ‘The Carol Burnett Show: Show Stopper’ (2001), ‘The Carol Burnett Show: Let's Bump Up the Lights!’ (2004), ‘Once Upon a Mattress’ (2005), ‘Desperate Housewives’ (2006), and ‘Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’ (2009). In 2010, she grabbed the role of ‘Doris Sylvester’ in the American musical comedy-drama television series ‘Glee’ created by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk, and Ian Brennan. She starred in 2 episodes and remained on the show until it went off-air in 2015. She next appeared in television series like ‘Curious George’ (2013-2014), ‘Hot in Cleveland’ (2013-2015), ‘Signed, Sealed, Delivered’ (2014), ‘The Carol Burnett Show: 50th Anniversary Special’ (2017), ‘A Little Help with Carol Burnett’ (2018), ‘Forky Asks a Question’ (2019), and ‘Scooby-Doo and Guess Who?’ (2021). She was last seen in the 2022 American documentary film ‘Betty White: A Celebration.’
Member of a theatre group fumble while giving their performances due to lack of professionalism and petty off-stage issues. But what follows is chaos, levity and amusement.
Hildy Johnson is a successful reporter working for a newspaper in Chicago. However, he decides to leave his career behind and get married to a woman named Peggy. However, when his editor finds out, he decides to go to great lengths to make Hildy continue working in his newspaper.
A young orphan who lives in an orphanage believes that her parents left her there by mistake. Eventually, a rich man named Oliver lets her live at his home to improve his image. However, Annie still longs to meet her parents.
Pete and Tillie, both in their middle-age, have their own sets of problems. Pete is constantly telling jokes to hide his insecurity while Tillie is still a virgin, too edgy to let herself go. Yet they meet, marry and have a son called Robbie. But there is a long way to go and tragedies to surmount before they can actually be together.
An actor who plays a surgeon on a popular TV series is chased by lots of female fans, including the unhappy wives of his best friends, due to his confident onscreen persona. However, his real life is quite a mess, and he is also unsure about his impending marriage to Melissa, a gorgeous art teacher.
The members of an organization called HealtH are trying to select their new President. The candidates are narcoleptic 83 years abstinence proponent Esther Brill, White House aide Gloria Burbank, Isabella Garnell, who hates materialism, and Dr. Harold Gainey, a salesperson. Soon scandals, underhanded tactics, and corruption threatens to undermine the whole operation.
Post Grad is a romantic comedy film which tells the story of a young girl Ryden Malby, who moves back with her parents after her graduation, because her dream job at a big publishing house is given to her rival. Her best friend, Adam, who has a huge crush on her, tries to find a job for her, before she loses all hope.
Flash used to be a skilled baseball player, but ruins his life by excessive drinking. One day he meets Chu Chu, who used to be a successful entertainer, but ruins her career like him after falling into alcoholism. Soon, they find government documents and decide to return them to their rightful owners, in hope of reward money, but instead they fall in trouble.
The fourth installment in Pixar's Toy Story series, the film begins with Woody being given away to a new owner and his struggle to adjust in the new surroundings and also to a new toy called Forky. The story then goes on to portray his adventures when he and his gang set on a road trip with their owner, meeting his long lost friend Bo Peep on the way.
Also known as The Secret World of Arrietty, the movie tells the story of a group of tiny people known as the Borrowers, who live in the floors and walls of humans and survive by borrowing small items from them. Their secret existence is put in danger when a young borrower girl Arrietty befriends a young boy named Shō.
The elephant, Horton, discovers the tiny city of Whoville and all its residents—the Whosvresiding on a speck of dust. However, he can only hear them, not see them. Horton now has to race against time and convince other jungle animals to find a more stable environment for Whoville, as none of them can actually see Whoville.
Carol Burnett Awards
|The Carol Burnett Show||Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||1978|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Best Actress in a Television Series - Comedy or Musical||1977|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical||1972|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Best TV Actress - Comedy or Musical||1970|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Best TV Star - Female||1968|
|Mad About You||Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series||1997|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Outstanding Comedy-Variety or Music Series||1975|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Outstanding Music-Variety Series||1974|
|The Carol Burnett Show||Outstanding Variety Series - Musical||1972|
|Julie and Carol at Carnegie Hall||Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series||1963|
|An Evening with Carol Burnett||Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series||1963|
|The Garry Moore Show||Outstanding Performance in a Variety or Musical Program or Series||1962|
|Winner||Favorite Female Performer in a New TV Series||1991|
|Winner||Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer||1981|
|Winner||Favorite Female TV Performer||1981|
|Winner||Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer||1980|
|Winner||Favorite Female TV Performer||1980|
|Winner||Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer||1979|
|Winner||Favorite Female TV Performer||1979|
|Winner||Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer||1978|
|Winner||Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer||1977|
|Winner||Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer||1976|
|Winner||Favorite Female TV Performer||1976|
|Winner||Favorite All-Around Female Entertainer||1975|
|Winner||Best Spoken Word Album||2017|