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Carole Troll

Carole Troll's roots are steeped in music and culture. Her mother, Ineta was a classical vocalist who graced many concert stages singing for heads of state and celebrated personalities of the day. Her father, William was the manager and golf pro for a private country club and had hoped to groom Carole to be a talented female golfer of color. Carole had other plans.... She would often sneak into the basement of their home and listen to Sarah Vaughn, Billie Holiday, Dakota Staton and Dinah Washington, wearing her mother's jewelry and pretending she was dressed to the nines in a fancy jazz club. Due to changes in musical tastes, Carole moved on to persue her second love...acting! She has appeared in numerous commercials from Bud Light to Ameritrade and in television shows such as Law and Order:SVU, and Ed

Take Five With Carole Troll

Read "Take Five With Carole Troll" reviewed by Carole Troll

Meet Carole Troll: I am a jazz vocalist, professional actor, writer, activist and small business owner. I've appeared at numerous jazz venues and clubs, have been seen on several episodes of the Law and Order franchise as well as many other commercials, television and film projects. I am always looking to collaborate and perform with ...

Fine and Mellow

Label: Unknown label
Released: 2007


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