Earl Carroll Net Worth

Earl Carroll Net Worth is
$14 Million

Earl Carroll Bio/Wiki, Net Worth, Married 2018

Producer, director, composer, songwriter and composer; Earl Carroll was part Billy Rose, a little Busby Berkeley and part Michael Todd. He was a staff writer for a New York publishing company between 1912 and 1917, then served in the US Army Air Force during World War I. He produced and directed the Broadway musicals "Earl Carroll Vanities" (11 ...

Date Of BirthSeptember 16, 1893, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, United States
DiedJune 17, 1948, Aristes, Pennsylvania, United States
Place Of BirthPittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA
ProfessionSoundtrack, Writer, Producer
Star SignVirgo
1Co-wrote, with the legendary tenor Enrico Caruso, the song "Dreams of Long Ago." Caruso's recording of the song, one of the few English language songs he ever recorded, was a best-seller in 1912 on the Victor (later RCA Victor) Red Seal label.
2Died in the company of actress Beryl Wallace on United Airlines Flight 624, a DC-6 [NC37506] named the "Mainliner Utah," a coast-to-coast flight to New York City that originated in San Diego, California with stops in Los Angeles and Chicago with 39 passengers and 4 crew. Equipped with 4-Pratt & Whitney R-2800 engines, the aircraft had a recent history of engine fires. Although this particular plane had received special modifications mandated by the FAA, the repair itself had problems with CO2 fumes leaking into the pilot's cabin. In the final hours of the 12-hour flight just past Phillipsburg, Pennsylvania, the radio operator made a frantic call about the plane making an emergency decent. Witnesses reported sighting smoke pouring from one of its left engines with the landing gear still retracted. It clipped a power transformer and clipped a high tension wire, turning the plane into a fireball. It disintegrated on impact at 12:41 PM EST on June 17, 1948 [crash site: 5 km ENE of Mount Carmel, PA]. Strangely, in the months preceding his death, Carroll modified his will in the event that he and his "beloved friend" Wallace died simultaneously. One provision stipulated that they be buried together (their simple single gravestone only indicates their names and the year of their death).
3Actor Jack Oakie's ex-wife, Vevita Varden, also died on the plane with Carroll and Wallace. Co-incidentally, Oakie was probably the actor most closely associated with Earl Carroll in films (Murder at the Vanities (1934)).


I Call First1967writer: "Ain't That Just Like Me?" - uncredited
Hollywood a Go Go1965TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Ed Sullivan Show1964TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Merry Monahans1944lyrics: "Isle D'Amour" - uncredited
A Night at Earl Carroll's1940lyrics: "One Look at You", "Cali-Conga" - uncredited
So Long Letty1929writer: "So Long Letty" - uncredited


Murder at the Vanities1934based upon the play by


A Night at Earl Carroll's1940producer
Love Is News1937associate producer
Stowaway1936associate producer


A Night at Earl Carroll's1940Earl Carroll


Animated Weekly, No. 501916Documentary shortHimself
Peeks at Hollywood1946ShortHimself (uncredited)
Costuming the Vanities1933Short documentaryNarrator

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Paramount Headliner: Broadway Highlights No. 11935ShortEarl Carroll

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