C.C. Loveheart

C.C. Loveheart

Birth Name: Carolyn Jean Cox
Height: 177 cm
C. C. Loveheart, though born in Kansas, grew up in Las Vegas when it was still a cow-town transforming into a gambling mecca. As a child she saw all the shows in town and, in high school hosted"Teen Time With Caroline" on local TV. As soon as she was old enough she became a dancer at the Sahara Hotel. She didn't resume performing unt... Show more »
C. C. Loveheart, though born in Kansas, grew up in Las Vegas when it was still a cow-town transforming into a gambling mecca. As a child she saw all the shows in town and, in high school hosted"Teen Time With Caroline" on local TV. As soon as she was old enough she became a dancer at the Sahara Hotel. She didn't resume performing until she was in her late twenties as a mime. The producer of "Pinwheel House", Nicklodeon's answer to Sesame Street, saw her and cast her as "Coco" in the children's series. She played "Coco" and wrote for the character for 2 seasons, in 1977 and 1980. She studied acting further at the Strasberg Institute and with Stella Adler, Kim Stanley and especially with Susan Batson. She founded and led an independent acting troupe, "The Company", from 1980 to approximately 1982. In 1990 she became a member of The Actors' Studio. She and her husband, musician John Simon, wrote a play inspired by her Vegas childhood entitled "Jackass Flats". It won the Maxwell Anderson Award for the Best Unproduced Play of 1995. Show less «