Carol Burnett to Star in Better Call Saul

In a season where anything can happen, they called… Carol.

Better Call Saul will feature Carol Burnett during its final run of episodes, AMC announced on Monday.

Little was revealed was about the guest spot by the groundbreaking actress/comedian, other than that she will pop up playing a character named Marion.

Burnett, who has won six Emmys, professed her love for Breaking Bad as well as its prequel, Saultelling Jimmy Kimmel a few years ago, “I’m crazy about anything [Bad and Saul overlord] Vince Gilligan writes.” Burnett attended the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Bob Odenkirk in April. She is also referenced in season 2 by Jimmy’s brother, Chuck (Michael McKean).

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Carol Burnett to Star in Mrs. American Pie Comedy Series for Apple TV+

Apple TV+ announced that the decorated TV veteran is joining its upcoming series Mrs. American Pie, which is directed by Tate Taylor (The Help) and boasts Laura Dern as an executive producer. The star-studded cast, led by Kristen Wiig, also features Allison Janney, Leslie Bibb, Josh Lucas and Ricky Martin.

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For Carol Burnett, the Sondheim award is personal

“He said ‘a recording,’ ” Burnett recalled, laughing. “I’m thinking we’re gonna be in a booth, and I’m gonna have a microphone and the lyrics in front of me. I flew back to New York, and I’m having lunch with my darling Beverly Sills. And she said, ‘Well, we’re going to see you when you do “Follies.” ’ I said, ‘Oh, you’re going to be in the booth?’


Happy birthday, Carol Burnett!

Born April 26, 1933, in San Antonio, Texas. Her father, Joseph Burnett, and mother, Ina Louise Burnett, were both often unemployed, and the family lived most of the time on welfare. Burnett was raised primarily by her maternal grandmother, Mabel Eudora White. Her parents divorced in the late 1930s, and Burnett and her grandmother moved to an apartment near her mother’s in an impoverished area of Hollywood, California. Her father and mother, both alcoholics, died in 1954 and 1957 respectively.

To read more about her story click here.

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