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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 ... See full bio »

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Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 4 wins & 9 nominations. See more awards »

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Dog Day Afternoon
The Princess Bride
Addams Family Values


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 2018 The Sisters Brothers (post-production)
Mrs. Sisters
  Ghost Light (filming)
Madeline Styne
  Son of Houdini (announced)
Mrs. Rosen (unconfirmed)
 2013/I Clutter
Linda Bradford
 2012 Should've Been Romeo
 2012 Sleepwalk with Me
 2011 The Key Man
 2010 Pete Smalls Is Dead
 2008 Four Christmases
Aunt Sarah (uncredited)
 2001 Tomorrow by Midnight
Officer Garfield
 2001 The Shrink Is In
Dr. Louise Rosenberg
 2001 My First Mister
Mrs. Benson
 1999 Man on the Moon
Carol Kane - 'Taxi' Actress (uncredited)
 1999 The Tic Code
Miss Gimpole
 1997 Office Killer
Dorine Douglas
 1996 The Pallbearer
Tom's Mother
 1996 Sunset Park
 1996 Big Bully
 1995 Theodore Rex
Molly Rex (voice)
 1995 Napoleon
Spider (English version, voice)
 1994 The Crazysitter
Treva Van Arsdale
 1992 Baby on Board
 1991 Ted & Venus
 1990 Joe Versus the Volcano
Hairdresser (as Lisa LeBlanc)
 1990 Flashback
 1988 Sticky Fingers
 1987 Ishtar
 1984 Racing with the Moon
Annie the Hooker
 1984 Over the Brooklyn Bridge
 1982 Norman Loves Rose
 1982 Pandemonium
 1981 The Games of Countess Dolingen
Louise Haines-Pearson
 1979 La Sabina
 1978 The Mafu Cage
 1977 The World's Greatest Lover
Annie Hickman
 1977 Valentino
Fatty's Girl
 1975 Dog Day Afternoon
 1975 Hester Street
 1973 The Last Detail
Young Whore
 1972 Wedding in White
Jeannie Dougall
 1971 Carnal Knowledge
 1971 Desperate Characters
Young Girl
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Other Works:

: Played "Madame Morrible" in "Wicked", a musical by Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman, based on the novel by Gregory Maguire (Pantages Theatre, Hollywood, California, USA). See more »

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Lisa LeBlanc


5' 2" (1.57 m)

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Jack prefers the actresses with whom he works to be on the short side. I wasn't tall, so I was immediately in. The reason for this is that he is no more than five foot seven or so himself. When he has no other choice but to play opposite a lanky actress, he will wear elevator shoes. [on working with Jack Nicholson] See more »


She studied drama at HB Studio in Greenwich Village in New York City. See more »


Curly hair and wide-eyed expression See more »

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