Pat Carroll Dies: The veteran stage of stage, television, cinema and voice of Ursula in "The Little

Pat Carroll, a veteran actress on stage, television and movies, dies at 95 years
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The actor and actress Pat Carroll, pioneer of television and an Emmy, Drama Desk and Grammy Winner, at his home as Cape Cod, Massachusetts on July 30, while recovering from PNUMONIA. A frequent movie actress and television star and regular series from the late 1940s, her work was seen on the Jimmy Durante, The Danny Thomas Show, Laverne & Shirley, Uh and many other programs. She expressed Ursula in the little mermaid and expressed several series of cartoons. Patricia Ann Carroll was born on May 5, 1927 in Shreveport, Louisiana. Her family moved to Los Angeles at the age of five, and quickly started to act in local productions. She graduated from Immaculate Heart High Schol, then attended the Catholic University of America after having entered the American army. Carroll's acting career started in 1947 with the film Hometown Girl. In 1956, Carroll won an Emmy Award for his work on Sid Caesar's house, and was a regular at the Sitcom Make Making for Daddy from 1961 to 1964. She also appeared in many varieties of the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s, including shows drawn by Steve Allen, Red Buttons, Danny Kaye, Red Skelton and Carol Burnett. In 1965, it cost "Prunella", one of the fine-sisters of the production of the Cinderella musical version in 1965. Carroll has won several theater prizes for her show by a woman on Gertrude Stein, and the recorded version won a Grammy 1980 for the best word, documentary or drama. At the beginning of 1976, Carroll was interpreted as Lily, Shirley Feeney's mother in the episode "Mother knew the worst" on the Hit Abc Sitcom Laverne & Shiley. She was also in the unleashed sitcom CBS, Ted Knight Show and the Syndicated She’s the Sheriff. In 1989, Carroll portrayed the Ursula sea witch in The Little Mermaid of Disney, singing "Poor unhappy Souls". She called on the role of her favorites and took her back in several other productions in various media. The survivors include girls Kerry Karsian, Tara Karsian and the granddaughter Evan Karsian-McCormick. No commemorative plan has been revealed.
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