Dolly Parton WIKI (PROFILE)
|singer-songwriter and actress
|Pittman Center, Tennessee, United States
|Avie Lee Owens, Robert Lee Parton
|Carl Thomas Dean
Dolly Parton started her journey from performing on “The Cas Walker Farm and Home Hour” in Knoxville, TN, to securing a spot on “The Porter Wagoner Show,” and her talent quickly propelled her to superstardom.
Her songs have touched the hearts of many generations, and her radiant smile has brought joy to millions. Her distinctive style is known worldwide.
Today, Dolly is part of a select group who has received nominations from all four major American entertainment award organizations: Emmy, GRAMMY, Oscar, and Tony. In 2004, she received the prestigious Living Legend Award from the U.S. Library of Congress.
In 2006, Dolly Parton received the prestigious Kennedy Center Honors, and five years later, in 2011, she was honored with a GRAMMY Lifetime Achievement Award.
Despite all her accomplishments, Dolly remains down-to-earth, guided by her faith and strong family values. From her song “Coat of Many Colors” to her diverse wigs, she’s proven that no dream is too grand and no challenge too difficult for the small-town girl who transformed the world into her stage.
From singing without shoes on her front porch in her Tennessee Mountain Home to owning the spotlight in six-inch heels, Dolly Parton is a larger-than-life legend with a heart as immense as her dreams.
Dolly Parton Age
|77 years old