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BAKER, Carroll 1931PERSONAL: Born May 28, 1931, in Johnstown, PA; daughter of William W. and Virginia (Duffy) Baker; married Louis Ritter (a furrier), 1952 (divorced, 1952); married Jack Garfein (a director and producer), April 5, 1955 (divorced, 1969); married Donald G. Burton (an actor), March 10, 1982; children: Herschel David, Blanche Joy (second marriage). EDUCATION—Attended St. Petersburg Junior College, 1952; studied acting with Lee Strasberg at the Actors' Studio, 1953. VOCATION: Actress and writer.

LONDON DEBUT—Sadie Thomp- Maude, Captain Apache, Scotia International, 1971; title role, Baba Yaga—Devil Witch, Jumbo Cinematographica/CoFiCom, 1973; as herself, James Dean--The First American Teenager (documentary), Coral, 1975; Laura, La moglie di mio padre (also known as Confessions of a Frustrated Housewife), Mark Associates, 1976; Mrs. , 1983; Dorothy's mother, Star 80, Warner Brothers, 1983; Mama Freud, The Secret Diary of Sigmund Freud, Twentieth Century-Fox/TLC, 1983; Mrs. Dalton, Native Son, Cinecom, 1986; Annie Phelan, Ironweed, Tri-Star, 1987.

A. with Chevrolet, CBS; Lineup, CBS; December Bride, CBS; Those Whiting Girls, CBS; Whirlybird, syndicated; The Milton Eerie Show, ABC; Body Language. Movies: Florabelle, Stone Pillow, NBC, 1986. Fox, 1987; America's Tribute to Bob Hope, NBC, 1988; Birthday Bob—50 Stars Salute Your 50 Years with NBC, 1988; Hollywood: The Golden Years, Arts and Entertain1988; 61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation, ABC, PRINCIPAL TELEVISION WORK—Series: Producer (with Desi Arnaz), / Love Lucy, CBS, 1951-57; executive producer and producer (with Arnaz), The Lucy Show, CBS, 1962-68.

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