Carol Brown

Carol Brown may refer to:

  • Carol Brown (politician) (born 1963), Australian politician
  • Carol Brown (arts administrator), president and CEO of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust
  • Carol Brown (rower) (born 1953), American Olympic rower
  • Carol Brown (Neighbours), a fictional character from the soap opera Neighbours
  • Carol Brown, alleged nickname of Assata Shakur
  • "Carol Brown", a song from the album I Told You I Was Freaky by Flight of the Conchords

Other articles related to "carol brown, carol, brown":

Unnatural Love - Songs - "Carol Brown"
... "Carol Brown" is an homage to the Paul Simon song "50 Ways to Leave Your Lover" (there are later references to Simon and Garfunkel in the subsequent episode "Prime Minister") ... In "Carol Brown", Jemaine sings "there must be 50 ways that lovers have left me" and it instead describes all the ways that women have left Jemaine, including "Carol Brown" who "took a bus out of town" ...
Drew Peterson - Marriages - Carol Brown
... Peterson and Carol (Hamilton) Brown met in high school in Villa Park, Illinois, and together attended his senior prom ... They married in 1974, but divorced in 1980, after Brown learned about his infidelity ...

Famous quotes containing the words brown and/or carol:

    We gave ‘em wings to fly and they rained death on us. We gave ‘em a voice to be heard around the world and they preach hatred to poison the minds of nations. Even the medicine we gave them to ease their pain is turned into a vice to enslave half mankind for the profit of a few. Ah, Janet, dear, don’t you see? Every gift that science has given them has been twisted into a thing of hate and greed.
    —Karl Brown (1897–1990)

    Then bowed down the highest tree
    unto his mother’s hand;
    Then she cried, “See, Joseph,
    I have cherries at command.”
    —Unknown. The Cherry-Tree Carol (l. 26–28)