Vicki Lawrence is an American actress and singer.
She has received praise for her work on "Mama's Family" and "The Carole Burnett Show" during the course of a multi-decade career.
Vicki Lawrence first came to prominence as a comedy actress, performing from 1967 until 1978 on "The Carol Burnett Show."
She was employed as a result of sending the producers a letter with a picture that demonstrated how similar she and Carol Burnett appeared to one another.
When she released the song "The Night the Lights Went Out in Georgia" in 1972, she attained a greater level of recognition.
Over a million copies of the song were sold, earning it Gold certification
. Over the following ten years, she went on to release three more popular songs. She appeared on "Mama's Family" from 1983 to 1990 in addition to her eleven seasons on "The Carol Burnett Show" and her music career.
Since then, in addition to traveling with her own stage production, she has been in guest-starring or recurring parts on such television series as "Laverne & Shirley," "Major Dad," "Roseanne," and "Hannah Montana."
She appeared in 130 episodes of the comedy series "Mama's Family" between 1983 and 1990, which is probably the reason she is most well-known now. She started making appearances in the Fox comedy "The Cool Kids" in 2018.
Vicki Lawrence's net worth is currently estimated at $8 million.
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Vicki Lawrence was married to a singer Bobby Russell from 1972 to 1974.
Vicki Lawrence is married to Al Schultz since 1974. The couple has 2 kids.
Vicki Lawrence with her currently husband
Children: Vicki Lawrence has a son named Garrett Lawrence Schultz and a daughter named Courtney Allison Schultz.
Vicki Lawrence’s father is Howard Axelrad.
Vicki Lawrence’s mother is Anne Alene Axelrad.
Siblings: Vicki Lawrence has a sister named Joni Lawrence.
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"The fun part for me is to just really push that envelope."
"That's my opportunity to hide behind that old lady and say what I want to say."