Caprice Crane is the engaging, sharp-witted new voice of a generation that no longer knows what to call itself – spoiled by the peacetime won on the battlefields of Europe and Asia by their great-grandparents at such great cost; spoiled, too, by the many fixed-rate-per-month, all-inclusive local and long-distance calling plans now available at such low cost.
Born in Hollywood, California, under the dual signs of Scorpio and "Construction Ahead – Expect Delays," Caprice shares a birthday with everyone's favorite mouthless feline, Hello Kitty. Her mother, renowned film, television and stage actress Tina Louise, is perhaps best known as Ginger Grant from the enduring sitcom "Gilligan’s Island." The beloved TV icon tells anyone who comes close enough that Caprice is her life’s greatest achievement. Her father is former talk show host and Grammy winner Les Crane, who conducted legendary TV interviews with Malcolm X, Bob Dylan (the singer/songwriter’s most famous and sought after appearance), and The Mamas and The Papas (who lacked a name until Les suggested the one that would eventually stick).