Carol Alt Biography
Among Alts achievements in the industry were having two exercise videos which was shot exclusively for Cosmopolitan magazine and her appearance in the first Sports Illustrated. She also endorsed products for Cover Girl, Hanes, Virginia Slims and many others. Carol was the youngest model ever to sign up for a cosmetic contract. She was barely 18 when Lancome signed her up. She also became the face of the cosmetic line called LeMirador. Carol Alt appeared in numerous calendars and posters which all became bestsellers.
In her acting career, Carol Alt has appeared in more than 45 films in Europe. In North America, she has appeared in several television productions and Hollywood pictures. Her sci-fi hit, Snakehead Terror, which is based on a true story, is still being shown on the Sci-Fi Channel where it continues to scare people. Some of her films include: Fatal Trust for Lifetime, Totally Awesome for VH1, Homo Erectus for National Lampoon, Swarmed and the comedy Twist the Cap.
Carol Alt also played a role in the drama The Man Who Came Back. Her highly acclaimed series Amazon debuted as Varietys "Number One New Dramatic Syndicated Series." Carol has also been successful for her role in Howard Sterns Private Parts.
Carol Alt has written three books and was recognized as USA Todays Best-Selling Author for her book on raw food. She was also hailed as The Most Beautiful Woman in the World, by Playboy Magazine and The Next Million Dollar Face by Life Magazine. She is the recipient of Three European Telegattos (Emmy awards) and one European "Oscar" Moda - The Mont Blanc Award, The Best Award, The Golden Ticket Box-Office Award, The Certificate del Arte from The European Film Commission and The Umbra Award. Carol Alt was also awarded at the Monaco Film Festival for her portrayal as Rosanna Benzi, a woman with genetic polio living on an iron lung-in the film Vice for Life.
When asked about her secret to her success, Carols reply is I never think I was the most beautiful model out there or the sexiest woman, but I was a hard worker."