Carole Wells is an actress, singer, entertainer in television, motion
pictures, musical theater, and commercials. Her career started at the age of 12 years old in her first film "Lizzy"
and making commercials for beauty products, hair, soaps, cars, cigarettes, oil, beer and banks. Her television experience
ranges from live television to filming national television series and musicals on the stage.
Carole is a writer of several books and producer of films, television and video
games. She is Vice President of the Hollywood High School Alumni Association and Curator of the Hollywood High School Celebrity
Museum. She is a member of the Academy of Motion Pictures, Academy of Arts and Sciences, Screen Actors Guild, and The American
Federation of Television and Radio Artists. Carole is also a member of the USC Kappa Alpha Theta Sorority.
She actively supports several major charities. She
was presented the Humanitarian Award by both the county and city of Los Angeles. She attended USC, UCLA, USCB and Lincoln
Center; studying English, Writing, Advertising and Music.
Miss Wells has traveled extensively over the world meeting with Heads of State, Royalty and C.E.O.s connecting
them to work together for the highest good for the planet. Her interest in video games is to make intellectual properties
that entertain, educate, and enlighten young minds to stimulate them for a higher purpose.
Carole has been active in promoting health products such as Axia3, a natural antacid for stomach pain
and reflex problems.
Carole has reared four
children and has five grand children.