Carolina is an award winning actor and writer based in New York and Milan. She grew up in Italy and lived in several cities such as Paris, Buenos Aires, Geneva and Harvey Bay (Australia).
She graduated with Honors at NYU Tisch School of the Arts, where she majored in Acting and Philosophy. She won 5 Best Actress Awards by various Film Festivals for her work in the shorts BARRACUDA and Getting A Scholarship. In December 2019 she also premiered Sýrma, a contemporary myth inspired by greek mythology, which she wrote, produced and starred in. The play has been selected to participate at The New York Theater Festival in June 2020.
She is primarily interested in exploring and understanding the human psychology and how it changes depending on culture and context.
When she is not acting, Carolina can be seen working on movie sets in Italy, practising yoga (she currently training to become a teacher) taking pictures with her film camera, cooking and inventing different pasta recipes, writing and reading reading reading