Carroll's SAG Short, JADED, inspired by a Dallas tragedy that made headlines, seeks to raise awareness about the growing epidemic of suicide by shining a light on the loved ones left behind.
A proud member of AEA, SAG-AFTRA, WIFD & WIFTI, Carroll is currently in pre-production for a documentary she will be directing/producing slated to shoot later this year, and is celebrating the completion of her first SAG Short Film, JADED, a project she wrote, produced, directed and acted in. A former news writer/associate producer/undercover investigator for both CBS and NBC News, show host for the QVC Shopping Channel, and community columnist for the Dallas Morning News, she now freelances providing copy and website content. She recently directed a production of "Love Letters" as a fundraiser for the Grace Loncar Foundation, completed the play, "Grandmère," that she plans to produce, played the role of Mrs. McGregor in the award-winning SAG short, "Red Dots," and is gearing up to direct a documentary next year. Having accumulated dozens of acting credits over the years including industrial films, commercials, and stage work, she values most her involvement as a board member and actor for the Contemporary Theatre of Dallas where she worked for over a decade. She studied with Broadway Director Terry Schreiber at his NYC studio, Beatrice Straight and Jim Boerlin at Michael Chekhov Acting Studio, and at the American Academy of Dramatic Art. She resides outside of Dallas.
JADED Screenplay: Semi-FInalist/LA International Screenplay Awards, 2020
JADED Screenplay: Semi-Finalist/Austin Screenplay Awards, 2020
JADED Screenplay: Semi-Finalist/Portland Screenplay Awards, 2020
JADED Screenplay: Quarter-Finalist/NYC International Screenplay Awards, 2020
Carroll's SAG Short, JADED, inspired by a Dallas tragedy that made headlines, seeks to raise awareness about the growing epidemic of suicide by shining a light on the loved ones left behind.
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