Carol started her career out in 1976’s made-for-TV production The Lindbergh Kidnapping Case, but took a few years off before landing a bit part in Paul Simon’s One Trick Pony. After another bit part as a party guest in The Chosen, Carol finally landed a role of some merit in 1982’s Jack Palance horror flick Alone in the Dark. It apparently gained her some level of notoriety, because the following year she landed the lead parts in The Princess and the Call Girl, a wonderful little take on the “Prince and the Pauper” story. However, this time, there is nudity, in the form of Carol’s full-frontal goodness. Shortly after that film, though, Carol was again remanded to bit parts, and she seemingly hung up her acting shoes after playing the “Girl in Black Vette” in 1988’s Wanton Sinner.