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Carol Burnett from 'The Carol Burnett Show' Has Been Blessed with 3 Daughters - Meet Them All

Kareena Koirala
Jan 25, 2020
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Carol Burnett is not only a gifted actress but also a doting mother to her kids. She and her ex-husband, Joe Hamilton, had welcomed three beautiful girls when they were together.

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Born in San Antonio, Texas, Carol Burnett didn't always dream of being an actress. She had enrolled in the University of California, Los Angeles, with dreams to become a playwright someday, but that changed when she moved to New York City with her then-boyfriend, Don Saroyan.

Burnett's career took off when she made her television debut on a children's show called "The Winchell-Mahoney Show" in the 1950s. She went on to become a regular on "The Garry Moore Show" in 1959.

arol Burnett during the Broadway Opening Night performance of 'The Prince of Broadway' at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on August 24, 2017. | Source: Getty Images

arol Burnett during the Broadway Opening Night performance of 'The Prince of Broadway' at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on August 24, 2017. | Source: Getty Images

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AN IMPRESSIVE CAREER

After over a decade of being a popular performer, she landed her own comedy-variety show "The Carol Burnett Show" in 1967. The show went on to become a hit.

Besides being a popular TV host, Burnett has also appeared in a number of feature films including "The Front Page," "Pete 'n' Tillie," "Annie," "Noises Off," and "Post Grad."

Carol Burnett attends the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 6, 2019. | Source: Getty Images

Carol Burnett attends the 76th Annual Golden Globe Awards at The Beverly Hilton Hotel on January 6, 2019. | Source: Getty Images

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CAROL WAS MARRIED THRICE

Talking about her personal life, the actress has been married three times so far. In 1955, she married her boyfriend Saroyan. Their marriage could only last for seven years.

In 1963, Burnett walked down the aisle with Joe Hamilton, the father of her daughters. Sadly, the couple parted ways in 1984. Her third marriage was to her current husband, Brain Miller, who she wed in 2001.

Carol Burnett and Brian Miller attend Blake Edwards' art exhibit preview at Leslie Sacks Fine Art on June 5, 2010. | Source: Getty Images

Carol Burnett and Brian Miller attend Blake Edwards' art exhibit preview at Leslie Sacks Fine Art on June 5, 2010. | Source: Getty Images

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JODY HAMILTON

She was born on January 18, 1967, in Los Angeles, California. She is a producer and an actress best known for her work in "Carol Burnett: Show Stoppers," "Genesis: The Future of Mankind Is Woman," and "Porkchop Playhouse."

Talking about her personal life, Jody has been married to Lonny Paul since 2015. She also has a younger half-sister, Jeffery Hamilton.

Jody Hamilton attends the Los Angeles leg of Stephanie Miller's Sexy Liberal Blue Wave Tour on November 3, 2018. | Source: Getty Images

Jody Hamilton attends the Los Angeles leg of Stephanie Miller's Sexy Liberal Blue Wave Tour on November 3, 2018. | Source: Getty Images

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ERIN HAMILTON

Born on August 14, 1968, as Erin Kate Hamilton, Erin is an American dance and electronic music singer. She is best known for her cover version of Gray Wright's 1975 hit song "Dream Weaver."

She is the proud mother of her sons, Zachary Carlson and Dylan Joseph Hamilton West. While Zachary was born to her first husband, Trae Carlson, Dylan was born when she was with her second husband, Kurt West.

A photo of Carol Burnett (C) w. daughters Erin (L) and Jody Hamilton (R) from " The LIFE Picture Collection" created on January 01, 1996. | Source: Getty Images

A photo of Carol Burnett (C) w. daughters Erin (L) and Jody Hamilton (R) from " The LIFE Picture Collection" created on January 01, 1996. | Source: Getty Images

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CARRIE HAMILTON

The youngest child of Burnett, Carrie was born on December 5, 1963, in New York City, New York. She was an actress best known for her work in "Fame," "Tokyo Pop," and "The X-Files."

Carrie studied music and acting at Pepperdine University in Malibu. At one point during her life, she struggled with drug addiction. In an interview with "PEOPLE," Burnett revealed that Carrie had sobered up when she was 17.

Carol Burnett, (left) and her daughter Carrie Hamilton (center) join Dinah Shore for the taping of the 'Dinah and Friends' show on October 23, 1979. | Source: Getty Images

Carol Burnett, (left) and her daughter Carrie Hamilton (center) join Dinah Shore for the taping of the 'Dinah and Friends' show on October 23, 1979. | Source: Getty Images

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Carrie also worked with her mother in three shows. Sadly, in 2002, she passed away due to cancer that had spread from her lungs to her brain. After all these years, Burnett still misses her daughter every day.

"You don’t get over it, but you cope. What else can you do? " Burnett shared with "PEOPLE." Although she was gone, the grieving mother could still feel her presence around her.

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