Dolly Parton Biography
When Dolly Parton was 13 years old, she already had recordings for a small music label and eve performed at the Grand Ole Opry. She attended high school at the Sevier Country in Tennessee. In 1964, the hot Dolly Parton moved to Nashville so she could focus on her ambition to be a full-fledged country singer. At the age of 20, she met Carl Dean; the two were madly in love and got married in Georgia. Carl Dean was not so fond of publicity, and remains to shy away from cameras even today. Together, they helped raise Dolly Partons younger siblings in Nashville, to help their parents with the finances.
Sometime in 1967, Dolly Partons singing was noticed by Porter Wagoner, who then hired her to star in The Porter Wagoner Show. The show became a big break for the sexy Hollywood actress Dolly Parton; she stayed on for 7 years and had many duets with Porter Wagoner. In 1974, she decided to become a solo artist and left the show; in fact she even became more popular than Porter over her stay at the show. By this time, Dolly Parton was a household name in America; everyone knew her as a very talented singer. The sexy singer even received five Country Music Association awards.
In 1977, Dolly Parton released an album called Here You Come Again, and the album sold a million copies. Also being a very voluptuous and sexy actress, Dolly Parton was offered to pose for Playboy although she turned it down. During the seventies and eighties, the hot actress Dolly Parton ventured into acting as well. Some of her most notable films include Steel Magnolias, The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas, Rhinestone, and Straight Talk.
In 1983, Dolly Parton was nominated a Golden Globe in the category of Best Actress in a Motion Picture for her role in The Best Little Whorehouse in Texas. She won and was nominated many awards, including TV Land Awards, Peoples Choice Awards, Grammy, other Golden Globes, Emmy, and Oscars.