Diahann-Carroll-Obituary

Diahann Carroll

Jul 17, 1935 – Oct 4, 2019 (Age 84)

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Diahann Carroll was the groundbreaking actress and singer whose 1968 TV show "Julia" was the first to portray a black woman with a professional career. For full obituary and coverage from Legacy.com, click here.

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My Condolences to the Family of this remarkable Lady.

I would like to express my deepest condolences to the family for their loss of a talented woman, who will be remembered for her contribution to the film industry, theatre and TV. She was a woman that made history in so many ways. She will be greatly missed. May you find comfort and strength in God during this time of mourning.

Beautiful and great woman! Loved everything she' s played in. My heart goes out to her family and loved one's. With all my love to everyone she's known. She has her wings may she continue surround us grace.

I REMEMBER SEEING YOU AS A YOUNG CHILD AND WISHING I COULD HAVE PLAYED THE PART OF YOUR TV SON "COREY". YOU OPEN DOORS THAT HAD BEEN CLOSED FOR YEARS! REST IN HEAVENLY PEACE MS. CARROLL.

I first saw you on Julia and you exemplified grace, charm and character at all times. Thanks so much for all of your contributions.

RIP lovely Lady D.

Thank you Ms. Carroll,
You made myself, and other little Black girls who watched your show feel we were beautiful too.

God Bless You!
Divine Diva

Thank you for paving the way for our young Black women. You were a class act. You will never be forgotten!❤

She made me feel proud to be a black woman and she inspired me to sing. She set the standard of what classy met. She will be truly missed. Her mom and my mom were cousins. The Faulk Family