kindhearted as she seems

a. Kindhearted as she seems in the public eye, you should see how kindhearted she is in private.
(meaning: She seems kindhearted in the public eye, but she is even more kindhearted in private.)

b. Kindhearted as she is as a public figure, you should see how kindhearted she is in private.
(meaning: She is kindhearted as a public figure, but she is more kindhearted in private.)

c. Amazing as the characters he plays on screen are, you should see how really amazing he is in real life.
(meaning: The characters he plays on screen are amazing, but he is even more amazing in real life.

Are (a), (b) and (c) grammatically correct?
Do they correspond to the given meanings?



Many thanks.

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