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Dixie Carter

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Bio: 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...




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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. Attended Southwestern at Memphis (now Rhodes College).Carter is her birth name, and her first husband was no relation.Dixie Carter's daughters, Mary Dixie Carter and Ginna Carter, played her nieces in one episode of "Designing Women" (1986).She has admitted to having plastic surgery at least twice.Stepmother of David Holbrook.Her father, Halbert Leroy Carter, died on February 24, 2007 of natural causes in McLemoresville, Tennessee at age 96.Member of Delta Delta Delta Sorority, Delta Sigma chapter.The Dixie Carter Performing Arts Center opened in December 2005 in Huntington, Tennessee.Travels extensively as a public speaker and appears in concert across the country.Received the Tennessee Governor's Award for excellence in the arts and the Evangeline Booth Award in April 2007 for her work as national spokesperson for the Salvation Army.Was valedictorian of her high school class.The Dixie Carter Performing Arts and Academic Enrichment Center, also known as "The Dixie", was named in honor of Carroll County's most famous resident. Dixie performed her cabaret show to raise funds for the center, which also features a museum honoring the cultural contributions of both Dixie Carter and her husband, Hal Holbrook. Mr. Holbrook served as a consultant to the architect and gave so much attention to the design and development of the theatre in the Dixie, that the local arts council bestowed the name, "The Hal Holbrook Theatre" on the new venue in honor of his assistance. As a result of the couple's contributions and hard work, residents from the area are being exposed to everything from "The Velveteen Rabbit" to a Samurai style rendition of "Macbeth".Attended the University of Tennessee at Knoxville before transferring to Rhodes College in Memphis TN.Appeared as Mrs. Erlynne in Lady Windermere's Fan at The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C.Appeared as "Mrs. Arbuthnot" in Oscar Wilde's "A Woman of No Importance" at The Shakespeare Theatre in Washington, D.C. (1988).Her publicist is Steve Rohr.Sister of Melba Helen Heath.

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