After attending LMU’s School for Film & Television, Caroline studied improv at The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade while acting in numerous independent films, including Jeffrey Grellman’s much-anticipated thriller, MERMAID DOWN. She recently played the lead in the new period romantic comedy THE LA DINER at The Beverly Hills Playhouse. She wrote, produced, and starred in the musical A SELF-HELP GUIDE TO KILLING YOUR BOSS, which sold out its Hollywood debut and subsequently ran at the prestigious Los Angeles Theatre Company in downtown LA to rave reviews. It then had its sold-out NYC premiere as a staged reading at The Alchemical in Manhattan.
Caroline played the lead in the premiere of the award-winning historical drama HOLD MY SPOT at the 2017 Planet Connections Festival, and Hermia, a ghost-obsessed grave robber, in the new gothic romance THE NECROMANTICS at the Hudson Guild Theatre. You can watch Caroline in David Ebert’s latest “Apple” sketch, from his Twitter-famous viral production campaign. She guest-stars in the latest season of MTV’s Greatest Party Story Ever, and is a founding member of the sketch comedy group, Burnt Quiche. Caroline's sketch writing placed her as a finalist in the 2018 Women In Comedy Festival (presided by Paul Feig). Her writing has also been featured by Elizabeth Banks’ site WhoHaha and Digg.com. Her commercial work includes spots for the new iPhone Animoji Phone App, Ommegang Brewery, Oribe Haircare, and Lookalu Children's Toys. Caroline was recently featured as "Artist of the Month" in the NYC Women's Arts Collective digital magazine. Feel free to read the full interview here.
Caroline is the Vice President of the NYC Women’s Arts Collective, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing safe, inspiring, and collaborative spaces for creatives in the city to explore, enjoy, and connect through. The collective holds networking events, performances, fundraisers, and more on a regular basis, and would love to connect if you’d like to say hi!