An advocate for storytelling and how it heals us from the inside, out.
Caroline Heinle is a bi-coastal actor, writer and producer. She began her training at The Papermill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ and earned her Bachelor's Degree in Journalism, graduating Magna Cum Laude, with minors in Political Science and Theater.
After studying in London, Heinle relocated to Los Angeles, where she worked in film, television and commercials, and wrote and performed live sketch comedy with the Strait Jacket Society Comedy Troupe. It is with the comedy troupe that she fell back in love with writing again.
In 2016, she relocated back to NYC to have spinal fusion surgery for idiopathic scoliosis. Throughout her treatment, she shared blogs and vlogs, which gained press in the NY Post and Daily Mail and later wrote and produced a short film, WHITE NOISE, which is based on her journey to spinal fusion surgery. It had a successful run winning several awards in the 2023 film festival circuit and is now being prepared for its public release.
Heinle has received 2 nominations and 2 wins for Best Actress, 1 nomination for Best Writer and 1 nomination for Best Dramatic Short Film for her work on WHITE NOISE. She has received 3 wins and 2 Best Actress nominations for her work in STILL, a psychological thriller about sleep paralysis, and 1 Best Actress in a Comedic Short win for her work in The Pinch Hitter.
She is passionate about telling stories and the quote, "Art is made to disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed."
Birth Date
March 24
Nickname
Care
Birth City
Maplewood
Current City
Los Angeles
Hometown
Warren
Height
5'5"
Gender
Female
Ethnicity
Caucasian
Eye Color
Green
Zodiac Sign
Aries
"Art is made to disturb the comfortable and comfort the disturbed."
An advocate for storytelling and how it heals us from the inside, out.
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