Carole Cook Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Carole Cook Quick Info
Height 5 ft 3 in
Weight 61 kg
Date of Birth January 14, 1924
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Spouse Tom Troupe

Carole Cook is a veteran American actress who is widely recognized for her performance in the musical play Hello, Dolly! (1965-1966), television sitcom The Lucy Show (1963-1968), and films such as The Incredible Mr. Limpet (1964), Sixteen Candles (1984), and American Gigolo (1980).

Born Name

Mildred Frances Cook

Nick Name

Carole Cook, Cookie

American actress Carole Cook
American actress Carole Cook (Mason McCulley / Instagram)

Sun Sign


Born Place

Abilene, Texas, United States





Carole attended Baylor University and graduated with a Masters’s degree in Greek Drama.




  • Father – Leland Cook, Sr.
  • Mother – Maudine Cook
  • Siblings – Leland Cook Jr. (Brother). She has 2 other siblings.




5 ft 3 in or 160 cm


61 kg or 134.5 lbs

Boyfriend / Spouse

Carole has dated –

  1. Tom Troupe (1964-Present) – Carole got married to actor Tom Troupe on March 7, 1964. Her close friend Lucille Ball served as her maid of honor. The couple does not have any kids together and has stayed married for more than 50 years.
Carole Cook seen with her husband Tom Troupe
Carole Cook seen with her husband Tom Troupe (Luciearnazofficial / Instagram)

Race / Ethnicity


Hair Color


However, she dyes her hair with ‘Red’ color.

Eye Color


Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

Bulging eyes

Carole Cook Favorite Things

  • Plays The Lion in Winter, Gypsy
  • Roles – Dolly Levi (in Hello, Dolly!), Sophie Larson (in Grey’s Anatomy), Grandma Helen (in Sixteen Candles), Mrs. Dobrun (in American Gigolo), Eleanor (in The Lion in Winter)

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Carole as seen with Sally Struthers, Elaine Hayhurst, and Yo Younger in 2016
Carole as seen with Sally Struthers, Elaine Hayhurst, and Yo Younger in 2016 (Elaine Hayhurst / Instagram)

Carole Cook Facts

  1. She was mentored by the legendary actress and comedian Lucille Ball.
  2. Lucille advised her to use the first name, Carole, after Ball’s dear friend Carole Lombard.
  3. In 2002, Carole and her husband became the first married couple to receive the Theatre Ovation Award for Career Achievement.
  4. When speaking about President Donald Trump in 2018, she casually alluded to the killing of the 45th U.S. President by mentioning John Wilkes Booth, who had assassinated Abraham Lincoln in 1865.
  5. She was one of the earliest advocates in the fight against AIDS and regularly performed with the Los Angeles S.T.A.G.E. benefit fundraiser to help various HIV/AIDS organizations.

Featured Image by Mason McCulley / Instagram

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