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Carol Sinclair is known for her work on Scotland, Pa. (2001), Sex & Violence (2013) and Poor Boy's Game (2007). See full bio »

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Scotland, Pa.
Scotland, Pa. Mrs. McGuire
Sex & Violence
Sex & Violence Carol Fitzmorris
Poor Boy's Game
Poor Boy's Game Abigail
Haven Vera Weaver


Hide Hide Show Show Actress (11 credits)
 2013 Sex & Violence (TV Mini-Series)
Carol Fitzmorris
- Social Work (2013) ... Carol Fitzmorris
 2010 Haven (TV Series)
Vera Weaver
- Resurfacing (2010) ... Vera Weaver
 2007 Poor Boy's Game
 2002 Trudeau (TV Movie)
 2001 Scotland, Pa.
Mrs. McGuire
 1996-1999 Black Harbour (TV Series)
Brenda Hubbard
- Artichoke Pie (1999) ... Brenda Hubbard
- Home Sweet Home (1999) ... Brenda Hubbard
- Wait for Spring (1999) ... Brenda Hubbard
- Smoke (1999) ... Brenda Hubbard
- Surfacing (1999) ... Brenda Hubbard
 1997 Pit Pony (TV Movie)
Mrs. O'Neill
 1993 The Hidden Room (TV Series)
Ms. Morgan
- Hungry Girls (1993) ... Ms. Morgan
 1992 The Greening of Ian Elliot (TV Movie)
 1991 Street Legal (TV Series)
Marnie Crowell
- Keeping Secrets (1991) ... Marnie Crowell
 1954 Go Man Go
Fay Saperstein
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 2001 Electric Shades of Grey (Video) (script supervisor)

Personal Details

Other Works:

She played Lois Fisher in Lillian Hellman's play, "The Children's Hour," at the Harris Theater in Chicago, Illinois with Sandra March (Peggy Rogers); Nancy Plehn (Catherine); Mary Finney (Mrs. Lily Mortar); Mary Lee Dearring (Evelyn Munn); Carolyn Rosser (Helen Burton); Lynn Thatcher (Rosalie Wells); Iris Mann (Mary Tilford); ... See more »

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