(1957). Stage Play: The Potting Shed. Drama. Written by Graham Greene
. Directed by Carmen Capalbo
. Bijou Theatre (moved to The John Golden Theatre, from 22 Apr 1957- close): 20 Jan 1957- 1 Jun 1957 (143 performances). Cast: Lewis Casson (as "Dr. Frederick Baston"), Frank Conroy
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I've never been in a scandal. I've never been caught running naked down a highway. I've not tried to shoot anybody. Nobody's ever tried to shoot me. My child is legitimate . . . I've never been to Betty Ford
. . . No porn . . . No drug addictions . . . I've outlived three of my doctors. So if you're going to write a juicy book, I've got a problem.
Was close friends with actor/dancer Fred Astaire
. In the 1970s, it was rumored in the press that they might even marry; however 81-year old Astaire wed the much-younger Robyn Smith
in 1980. Carol is quoted extensively in the book "Fred Astaire: His Friends Talk" (1988), by Sarah Giles.