Carolyn McCormick

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Carolyn McCormick

Born

9/19/1959, Midland, Texas, USA

Birth Name

Carolyn McCormick

Gender

Female

Also Known As

Carolyn McCormack
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out of 10
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Biography

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Carolyn trained at San Francisco's American Conservatory Theater (ACT). She played in her first feature, the interesting science-fiction saga "Enemy Mine" while completing her graduate studies. She joined the company of the ACT for a time thereafter, but TV work picked up when she joined the cast of…more

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Trivia and Quotes

  • Trivia

    • Carolyn holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Theater from Williams College and a Master of Fine Arts degree from the American Conservatory Theater.

    • Carolyn McCormick has narrated many audio books including those authored by James Patterson, Patricia Cornwell, Harlan Coben and Nora Roberts.

    • Carolyn provided the voiceover for Nicoderm CQ commercials in 1997 and 2003. She also provides the voice-over for a Claritin antihistamine commercial.

    • In 2000 Carolyn won a Bronze Wrangler Award, along with the writer and producers, for the television feature film You Know My Name.

    • Carolyn appeared as Alison in the play Eve-olution at the Cherry Hill Theatre in New York. Carolyn also had a role in the play Celebration.

  • Quotes

    • Carolyn McCormick (On her audiobook reading of James Patterson's Women's Murder Club series): I maintain the image of the characters. I like to really define them. The three women deal with careers and with life.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Carolyn is an excellent actor and I have enjoyed her career throughout the last two decades. Carolyn's work on the Law & Order franchises have been outstanding, but too stereo-typed. In some regards, Carolyn's true talents have yet to be shown.moreless

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    Carolyn is an excellent actor and I have enjoyed her career throughout the last two decades. Carolyn's work on the Law & Order franchises have been outstanding, but too stereo-typed. In some regards, Carolyn's true talents have yet to be shown. Now that I know Carolyn has recorded audio books, I will look for and listen to her sweet voice.



    Awards? Carolyn deserves much more credit and should be recognized as a best supporting actor.



    Of course, I have always admired Carolyn's beauty! Byron is a fortunate man to be married to Carolyn and I am certain they will have a long life together!moreless