Bio

Caroline grew up in East Tennessee, studying dance and music from the age of four. Her father was a dance teacher who operated his own school in their home studio. After pursuing a degree in theater at Western Carolina University, she followed her passion to New York, graduating from The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (AMDA).

Caroline has performed extensively on stage in everything from musicals and original sketch and clown comedy to Shakespeare and American classics. Her credits include the Tony Award-nominated Largely New York with Bill Irwin, Letter to the World, No Song of An Ingenue, The Merry Wives of Windsor, The Miser, The Glass Menagerie and many other productions at City Center, Abingdon Theater, Atlantic Stage 2, and Brave New World Repertory Theatre among others. Currently, she can be seen in the web series Lords of the Bowery and the mini-series sitcom, Life Sucks. Caroline looks forward to upcoming international festivals starring in the short film, Now You See Us, and the indie feature, Mouse, a psychological thriller, which will be released at the end of 2019.

Caroline lives in Brooklyn with her husband, writer/editor, Nick Friedman. They are the proud parents of two wonderful and talented millennials, Dora and Julian. Caroline is an avid biker, who dreams of touring the world with her husband on two wheels!