Caren Kaye Biography
In the story, Caren Kaye played an older woman who was hired to tutor a high school graduate. The father of the student is desperate for his son to be accepted into college but first his son needed to pass his make-up exam in French during the summer vacation. The character of Kaye then entered into the picture as the Tutor.
In the soap, Caren Kaye lived in the rich familys house and never skips bathing in the familys swimming pool. His student peeped on and then had sexual fantasies about her. As the story goes on, his student was sexually involved in her character making the teen viewers wish they could be as lucky as that.
Caren Kaye has appeared in many movies and TV programs. Her shows include Blansky' Beauties as Bambi Benton, Empire (1984) as Meredith, Its Your Move playing the role of Eileen Burton, RETROSEXUAL: THE 80s as herself, THE BETTY WHITE SHOW as Tracy Garrett and WHOS WATCHING THE KIDS as Stacy Turner.
In the film Retrosexual: The 80s, Caren Kaye played as herself in the series that goes retro and throws in the sex that is happening on the 80s. A comedy series that is a combination of interviews, archival footage and narration which adds to the humor of the show that tries to revisit all the famous pads and fashion of the decade.
Caren Kaye's other unforgettable films include Pumpkinhead II: Blood Wings (1994) as Beth Braddock, Teen Witch (1989), My Tutor (1983) and The Lords of Flatbush (1974).
Caren Kaye never forgot to finish her studies even though she already has a good acting career in Hollywood. Kaye used her earnings from show business to pursue her education. She was able to pay her tuition fees and finally earn both a Masters and Doctorate degree in Psychology. She studied in Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh, PA.
In November 2003, Caren Kaye officially retired from the entertainment industry. However, she ventured a new career serving as a board adviser for www.healingpeople.com, a website dealing with holistic and alternative medicine. At 56, Caren Kaye is still in good form and will always be a part of the pillars of Hollywood.