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Carol Alt (front center) as a Grand Marshal at the New York City Steuben Day Parade (2006)
|Born||Carol Ann Alt
December 1, 1960
Flushing, Queens, New York, United States1
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Carol Ann Alt (born December 1, 1960) is an American model and actress.
Alt was born in Flushing, Queens, New York, the daughter of Muriel, an airline employee and model, and Anthony Alt, a fire chief.2 She was noticed waiting tables in East Williston, Long Island and decided at age 18 to give modeling a try as a summer job to save money for college. Alt is of German, Belgian and Irish descent.
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Alt's first big break in modeling was in 1986, when she was featured on the cover of Harper's Bazaar magazine, but garnered publicity in 1982 when she was featured on the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. During the 1980s she appeared on over 500 magazine covers, becoming one the most famous models of her era. She was referred to as "The Face" by Life Magazine. During the height of her popularity, she was the face of ad campaigns for Diet Pepsi, General Motors, Cover Girl Cosmetics, Noxzema, Hanes and numerous others. She was the first model to produce her own posters and calendars.citation needed
Since 1986 she has appeared in a variety of films, many of which were Italian productions. In 2004, she had a starring role in Snakehead Terror, a Canadian film. She played "Karen Oldham" in the television adaptation of Peter Benchley's Amazon (1999). She also had a few minor television roles, including one episode of Wings, and a voice role in an episode of King of the Hill.citation needed
She took on a number of model/spokesperson projects, including becoming a consultant with the "Le Mirador" skin-care line and appearing on late night TV infomercials. Alt has written two books, promoting her own raw food diet plans. She was the cover girl for travelgirl magazine (in 2004 and 2008). She appeared on the cover and in a nude pictorial in Playboy's December 2008 issue. She placed #5 on askmen.com's list of "Top 10 Models Of All Time", behind only Kathy Ireland, Christie Brinkley, Gisele Bündchen and Cindy Crawford.citation needed
In 2006, Alt was honored as Grand Marshal at the German-American Steuben Parade in New York City, the largest celebration of German-American Friendship in the United States. She was greeted by thousands of fans alongside Fifth Avenue. She was a contestant on NBC's 2008 The Celebrity Apprentice, with Donald Trump, competing for her charity, the Tony Alt Memorial Foundation (named for Alt's father), which raises funds for scholarships for young adults to continue their studies. She ended up in third place before being fired, but was brought back for the final task of the show and was chosen by finalist Piers Morgan to help him to become the Celebrity Apprentice. Alt raised a total of $40,000 for her charity.citation needed
She starred in the Italian TV series Caterina e le sue figlie 2 and in the TV movie Piper, both were aired on Canale5 in 2007. In 2009, she was one of the contestants of the Italian version of Dancing with the Stars (Rai Uno). She's also filming a new Italian TV series called Piper - The series, a spin-off of the successful TV movie of the same title broadcast on Canale5. In 2008, she founded Raw Essentials, a skin care and beauty products line with her partners (Philip Masiello]] and Steven Krane).citation needed
In September, 2013, Alt joined the Fox News team with her own half-hour Saturday afternoon TV show, A Healthy You & Carol Alt,which covers her own experience and knowledge about wellness and longevity. Guest professionals and celebrities complement her signature tips for maintaining health and wellness. Each installment ends with a segment called "Ask Carol", in which she answers questions she receives on Facebook and Twitter.34
Alt married then-New York Rangers player Ron Greschner at St. Aidan's Roman Catholic Church, in Williston Park, Long Island, New York, in 1983. They divorced in 1996. As of November 2008, the former couple are in court, with Alt suing her ex-husband with claims that he failed to divide the profits of an investment the couple made while still married.5 She has since been in a long-term relationship with Alexei Yashin, a former professional ice hockey player.6
- I miei primi quarant'anni (English-language title: My First Forty Years; 1987)
- Bye Bye Baby (1988)
- Via Montenapoleone (1986)
- I miei primi quarant'anni (1987)
- La più bella del reame (1989)
- Mortacci (1989)
- Donna d'onore (1990)
- Beyond Justice (1990)
- Un piede in paradiso (1991)
- Il Principe Del Deserto (1991)
- Miliardi (1991)
- Anni 90 - Parte II (1993)
- Thunder in Paradise (1994)
- Private Parts (1997)
- Revelation (1999)
- Snakehead Terror (2004)
- Signs of the Cross (2005)
- Fatal Trust (film tv) (2006)
- Piper (2007)
- Caterina e le sue figlie 2 (2007)
- "Carol Alt's birthplace at her website". Carolalt.com. Retrieved 2011-03-07.
- "Carol Alt profile at FilmReference.com". Filmreference.com. Retrieved 2011-03-07.
- "Carol Alt’s Fox News Show Gets Premier Date". The Hollywood Reporter. September 6, 2013.
- "On Air Personalities: Carol Alt". FoxNews Channel. September 6, 2013.
- "Carol Alt takes stand in divorce trial". Nypost.com. 2008-10-28. Retrieved 2011-03-07.
- NHL's Celebrity WAGs over the years, sportsillustrated.cnn.com] (August 2012)
- Carol Alt at the Fashion Model Directory
- Carol Alt at the Internet Movie Database
- Carol Alt at AllMovie
- Carol Alt's official FoxNews bio
- Carol Alt's official website
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