|Date of Birth||25 May 1939, McLemoresville, Tennessee, USA|
|Date of Death||10 April 2010, Houston, Texas, USA (complications from endometrial cancer)|
|Birth Name||Dixie Virginia Carter|
|Height||5' 5" (1.65 m)|
Mini Bio (2)
Dixie is the middle of three children. Her father owned several small retail stores. Early on, she dreamed of being an opera singer, but a botched tonsillectomy at age 7 spoiled any chances for that dream. Still, she sang regularly and studied classical music. She can play the piano, trumpet, and the harmonica. She graduated from Memphis State with an English degree. In 1960, she made her professional debut in a local production of "Carousel". Three year's later, she moved to New York and landed a role in Joseph Papp's production of Shakespeare's "A Winter's Tale". When she married businessman, Arthur Carter, she left the stage for eight years to raise two daughters, Ginna Carter - now an actress and Mary Dixie Carter, a screenwriter. At age 35, she returned to acting, but found that no agent wanted to give her a chance. A second marriage to Broadway actor, George Hearn, quickly ended.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: John Sacksteder <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A talented actress in both stage and screen and television and also a singer of opera and dancer, Dixie Carter is best known for her portrayal as the soft spoken Southerner Julia Sugarbaker in Designing Women (1986). She's been known for performing in a number of Broadway plays and with her marriage to actor Hal Holbrook, nothing seems to slow Dixie down. Recently, she's been in the television series Family Law (1999) and, for two years in 1982 and 1983, before Designing Women (1986), she played Carlotta Beck in Filthy Rich (1982) up until it was canceled.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Blythe379@cs.com
|Hal Holbrook||(27 May 1984 - 10 April 2010) (her death)|
|George Hearn||(1977 - 1979) (divorced)|
|Arthur Lloyd Carter||(2 December 1967 - 1977) (divorced) (2 children)|