Caroline was born an actor on Long Island (seriously – she was a baby model), and remained a true theatre kid as she grew up, telling her parents she would be going to NYU to study acting when she was in fifth grade (because that’s where Idina Menzel went). She did it, graduating with a BFA with honors in Drama from NYU Tisch eleven years later. Caroline also trained in Shakespeare at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London.
Caroline earned her Equity card a few months after graduation, and made her Off-Broadway debut in the world premiere of Mourning the Living, directed by Alan Souza. She loves working with NYC’s young Shakespeare companies, most recently playing one of her bucket list roles: Celia in As You Like It with Hamlet Isn’t Dead. Caroline also stage managed an Equity production of Richard II with Shakespeare in the Square, and was their onstage cellist in Romeo and Juliet.
Caroline can be spotted in international holiday print ads for Coca-Cola, and on the web as your friendly neighborhood Lysol lady. An old soul with the heart of a ten year old, Caroline loves theme parties, Disney, and strong espresso. Deep inside she is still the theatre kid listening to Company on her walkman while sporting her Phantom of the Opera glow in the dark sweatshirt. She does it for that girl.