Caroline has worked extensively on television in the UK, appearing in the Bafta award winning drama, Sherlock as well in the Bafta award winning children’s TV drama series Feather Boy, as the kooky storyteller Catherine Fenn. Caroline played the manipulative and eventually psychotic, house officer Dr. Liz Read in the acclaimed medical drama series Cardiac Arrest and she is also remembered as Katya Baletsky, the abandoned Russian immigrant taken in by the Elliot sisters, in the BBC classic 1920’s drama series The House of Elliot.
Hair: Dark Brown
Training: Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London.
Location: London/UK/New York
Green Card holder.
Up in the Woods, an apocalyptic short film, playing an American lead role, which was shown at various festivals.
Strange Bedfellows (short)
U.K and Europe:
Four O'clock Flowers, Shot through the Heart, Last Seduction II, The Discovery of Heaven ,Tamed (short)
Caroline has recently performed off-Broadway in a production of the new play, Strange Bedfellows by David Diaz.
Caroline has toured most theatre venues in various plays including Harold Pinter’s A Slight Ache / The Lovers, Jane Austen’s Sense and Sensibility, Tennessee William’s The Glass Menagerie and The Lady Vanishes. She has performed both the classics such as The Importance Of Being Earnest, Jane Austen’s Persuasion, Top Girls, J.M Barrie’s Peter Pan, Doctor Faustus as well as originating characters within new writing: Blown, Angels Rave On, White Rabbit and Keyboard Skills.
Commercials, Voice Overs, Radio, Industrial
Voice over and ADR on the upcoming Disney film Beauty and The Beast (2017) and Oliver Stone's Snowdon.
Crossbones for NBC. Quantico for ABC.
Recent commercials include Aegon, with John McEnroe, for U.K region. Also Cillit Bang, U.K and Europe.
Caroline appeared on the BBC 4 radio drama Daughters of the Britannia and on the live comedy sketch show, Big Al's 1FM BBC Radio 1 with Alan Davies.
Caroline is regularly used for industrial voice over including Victoza and Sanofi,
Caroline is represented by the bi-coastal agency CESD for commercial and voice work.