Actress - Singer - Writer - Producer

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Sketch Comedy

BURNT QUICHE

After training at both The Groundlings and Upright Citizens Brigade, Caroline founded the popular Burnt Quiche comedy channel, for which she writes, produces, and acts.  In the short time the group has been together, their videos have received enthusiastic feedback and accumulated a total of 50k+ views on their channel, solid engagement on social media, as well as a special feature on Digg.com. Their recent video, "If Vapes Could Talk", reached 11k view in its first 24 hours, and was featured on Digg.com (link here). Caroline and the sketch "Blind Study" were both featured on actress Elizabeth Bank's website, WhoHaha, which promotes up-and-coming female comedians in Hollywood (link here). Feel free to watch some sketches below:

DANCE MAJOR

LAW & ORDER: B TEAM

BLIND STUDY

WITCH

CHAD CHIGGINS

IF VAPES COULD TALK

YOGA-LATES

FAMILY DINNER

SERVICE DOG

APPLE SKETCH

On September 28th, 2017, comedian David Ebert tweeted the script for the worst sketch from his rejected 2017 SNL packet. By the end of the day, Twitter had found him a director, two executive producers, and a cast. Two weeks later they were filming. Many of the cast and crew had never met before, but everyone knew they were there for something important: making the stupidest sketch on the internet. Caroline was very happy to take part, along with actor Doug Brochu.

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