|Born||in New York City, New York, USA|
|Height||5' 7" (1.7 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Carole started her journalism career, as an unpaid intern on the ABC News magazine show, 20/20 (1978), in 1986. She rose in the ranks at ABC, first as a production secretary on ABC Close-Up! (1960) and, then, as a producer working with Peter Jennings. Working alongside the legendarily dashing Jennings, she dealt with almost every kind of significant issue, from gun control and abortion to international conflicts in Haiti and Cambodia. After she left the Jennings documentary unit in 1991, Radziwill reported from the first Gulf War for six weeks.
Also at ABC, Radziwell met a coworker who also happened to be a prince, Anthony Radziwill, and they married in 1994. Anthony, the scion of a well-known Polish royal family, was the son of Stanislaw Radziwill and Lee Radziwill (aka Caroline Lee Bouvier Radziwill), the youngest sister of former First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. However, Anthony succumbed to cancer only five years later; he died in 1999. Following his death, Radziwill left ABC News and wrote a memoir, "What Remains: A Memoir of Fate, Friendship and Love". The book had originally begun as "Lunch Date", a monthly column in Glamour magazine, where she interviewed celebrities.
In a major break from this lighter fare, in 2003, Radziwell returned to serious reporting and covered the U.S. invasion of Afghanistan, spending six weeks in Kandahar attached to the 101st Airborne Division. For just such reporting over her career in TV journalism, Radziwill won a George F. Peabody award and several EMMYs.
- IMDb Mini Biography By: AnonII
|Anthony Radziwill||(27 August 1994 - 10 August 1999) ( his death)|