Carol Mennie's career as an entertainer includes stage and screen acting, singing in the Jazz genre and teaching literacy with original theatre & music through CDM (Can Do More) a Not-For-Profit organization founder with her husband, guitarist and composer Dom Minasi.

Her acting has spanned comedy to Shakespeare, touring Nationally and being the first woman to perform at Leavenworth Prison.

Over the years Carol has performed along side such stars as Ann Sothern, Robert Horton and Hans Conried. No stranger to television, Mennie appeared on NBC's "The Doctors" as Sally Nelson.

Find out more about Carol's career at the Biography page, Upcoming Performances or view video and audio at the Video page.

Bookings and management

Smack is a short film that shows addiction's UGLY head in plain view.

The story is based on real events and we hope to spread awareness as to how addiction kidnaps more than just the addict.

For more information please contact D.J. Higgins at

Mom will be screening at NYNewFilmmakers Festival Tuesday, May 9th at around 8:00pm.

Tickets are $7, and they only go on sale the day of and are distributed on a first come first serve basis, but apply for the full evening of films.

The box office opens at around 5:00pm, so the earlier you get there the better.

There will also be films screening before ours and after ours so please do come earlier if you can.

It will be screening at Anthology Film Archives, 32 2nd Ave, New York, NY 10003

"I'm Not A Sometime Thing" is Carol's debut CD, with 11 originals and standards featuring Valery Ponomarev, Patience Higgins, Dom Minasi and others. Listen to song samples or read more about the CD.

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